Certification Agreement Leed

The online platform is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, unless GBCI is not available for maintenance work, but GBCI does not guarantee the availability of an online platform or that access to it is uninterrupted or error-free. GBCI reserves the right to interrupt, restrict or suspend the platform from time to time for maintenance, upgrades, modifications or other similar reasons. You understand and accept that GBCI may at any time update or modify the online platform at its own discretion and that GBCI is not liable or liable for damages resulting from an interruption, suspension or termination of the certification platform, regardless of the cause. Registration fees are calculated and paid as part of the online registration process; The receipt of payment determines the date of check-in. The certification fee depends on the evaluation system and the size of your project. it is calculated and paid for within LEED Online when the project team submits the documentation for verification. Project teams can pay the certification fee at any time in advance. LEED Online reflects Canadian prices (in Canadian dollars) and membership discounts. Registration and certification fees are not refunded and may change at any time. This service agreement (this « agreement ») is entered into by you (as defined below) and by Green Business Certification Inc. (« GBCI »), a District of Columbia non-profit company based at 2101 L Street, NW, Suite 500, Washington, DC 20037, and is a binding agreement between you and GBCI. As stated here, the terms « you, » « you, » « own » and « owner » refer to the natural entity (s) that holds all the legal rights to own and control personal and project-related property (see below) and who executes this agreement, as by a third party such as an architect, property manager or advisor, who has been given the power to act on your behalf (your agent). , can be implemented.

If this agreement is accepted by a third party as an agent acting on behalf of a project owner, the words « you, » « you » and « yourself, » as used here, refer to the project owner and not the agent, and that project owner is considered a party to that agreement, as if that organization had accepted on its own behalf.