Last Updated on March 23, 2018
The Severability Guidelines
Situations could arise where arbitrators or courts of competent jurisdiction find some provisions of this agreement to be invalid, illegal or unenforceable. In this scenario, the authorities would sever the provisions found to be so from this agreement. Thereafter, all other provisions specified in this agreement would continue to remain in full force and effect.
This agreement will ensure to the benefit of, and remain binding upon, the successors and any permitted assigns of the Commission and of the account holder. This does not apply to access rights to the Record of Employment (ROE) Web that are personal to the users and thus, are not transferable. It is worth mentioning that these access rights are strictly for the use of the Record of Employment (ROE) Web. In other words, they are not for personal use.
It is worth highlighting that the provisions concerning indemnity, liability and dispute resolution shall survive notwithstanding the termination of this agreement.
This agreement, as amended from time to time in accordance with its provisions, constitutes the entire and sole agreement between the parties with regards to the Record of Employment (ROE) Web. As such, it supersedes all previous negotiations, communications and other agreements, whether oral or written, hat relate to it. This applies unless the authorities have incorporated the previous negotiations, communications and other agreements in this agreement. Therefore, the parties would need to remember that there are no terms, covenants, representations, statements or conditions binding on the parties concerned, other than those that find mention within this agreement.
By accessing or using the Record of Employment (ROE) Web service, the account holder agrees that this agreement and all matters relating to the access to, or the use of, the Record of Employment (ROE) Web service will remain governed by the laws of:
The province in which the account holder’s main business address is located or,
The province of Ontario if the account holder’s main business address is located outside Canada