Eligibility and Agreement
Participation in APT Services with domicile in Switzerland is open to all who want to support the development of APT Services or benefit from the applications provided by APT Services. APT hereby grants you a revocable, non-exclusive, non-transferable licence solely to access and use APT Services during the term of your participation in accordance with the provisions of these Rules.
You must ensure that you use and access APT Services only in your own name and for your own account.
If you are acting for a legal entity, you must ensure that you:
(a) use and access APT Services and the Information on behalf of the legal entity; and
(b) that you are authorised to enter into Transactions on behalf of the legal entity;
APT may, at any time and for any reason and without notice, terminate, suspend or change the username and/or password of any Authorised Person.
Changes to these Terms
The present Terms may change from time to time, including but not limited to cases of changes in our Services, in technology, in regulation and for any other case that APT deems as appropriate to take measures. In case of a change, we will provide you notice of such change by e-mail and by posting the updated Terms on our website. Any amended Terms shall become effective not earlier than 14 days after they are posted and shall apply prospectively to the use of the Services upon effectiveness of such changes. However, in case the changes address new functions of APT Services or they are made for any legal reasons, they shall be of immediate effect. Upon effectiveness of the change as described above, the change of Terms shall be considered as accepted by you in case you continue using the Services. Therefore, in case you do not agree to any amended Term, you must immediately cease using the Services.
Applicable Legislation and Jurisdiction
The relationship between APT and users shall be governed by substantive Swiss law excluding the conflict of law rules and the Laws in treaties. The courts of Zurich, Switzerland, shall have exclusive jurisdiction to settle any dispute which may arise out of or in connection with the relationship between APT and the users.