Terms of Use

Terms of Use 
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Upon accessing the Sorvive Technologies, Inc. (Sorvive) website, www.sorvive.com, you are acknowledging that you have read, understand and agree to abide by the following terms of use. If you do not agree with any of the following terms listed here, you should exit this site now.



Everything on this site is copyrighted. Copyrights are owned either by Sorvive or the original owner. Nothing on this website may be reproduced in any way without the prior written consent of Sorvive.


No Warranty

Material supplied on this website is provided "as-is" and neither expresses nor implies a warranty of any kind. While preventive measures are always taken to ensure all pages, links and files located on our site are free from all types of computer viruses, Sorvive does not warrant that all files are free from infection.


Information Accuracy

While Sorvive takes extensive measures to ensure all information found on our website is accurate, there is no warranty, express or implied, supporting that case.  The user assumes full responsibility in all uses of any information contained in any pages of www.sorvive.com.



Sorvive may, from time to time, post links to third party websites. At no time does Sorvive take any responsibility for the content of any third party site. Third party links are provided for the information and convenience of our visitors and subscribers and in no way represent an endorsement of the companies and content contained in those links.


Export Limitations

The United States regulates the exportation of goods and services to certain countries. Persons and or companies from countries not authorized by the United States may not download any content from this or any Sorvive site.


Governing Law

The agreement regarding these terms of use and any other legal matter arising out of the use of this website is subject to the jurisdiction of the state of Georgia. All legal actions directly or indirectly relating to this website must be brought to a Georgia state court within 90-days of the cause of the action.


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