The names, marks and logos appearing on this Web Site (the “Trademark”) are, unless otherwise noted, are registered and unregistered trademarks owned by or licensed to the Community Partnership Program (CPP). Your use of these marks, except as provided in Permissible Uses, is prohibited.
From time to time, American Community makes fair use in this Site of trademarks owned and used by third parties. American Community makes no claim to ownership of those marks. The contents of this Site, such as text, graphics, images and other content (the "Site Material") are protected by copyright under both United States and International laws. These Terms and Conditions do not grant You any license whatsoever to the Site Material.
The Community Partnership Program authorizes You to view and download a single copy of the Site Material for your non-commercial personal use. Unauthorized use of the Site Material violates copyright, trademark, and other laws. You agree to retain all copyright and other proprietary notices contained in the original Site Material on any copy of such material.
Except as expressly provided herein, You may not sell or modify our Site Material or reproduce, display, distribute, or otherwise use the Site Material in any way for any public or commercial purpose. Use of the Site Material on any other web site or in a networked environment is prohibited. American Community retains all intellectual property rights in the Site Material.
Trademarks, Logos & Imagery
CPP is the owner of the the Community Partnership Program family of trademarks. These trademarks symbolize CPP’s reputation and goodwill and serve to identify and distinguish its products, software and services from those of others. Consumers expect that products or services bearing a CPP trademark are manufactured or controlled by CPP and its authorized Affiliated Corporate Partner’s and are thus of consistently high quality.
To maintain the distinctiveness of CPP Trademarks, Logos & Imagery as representing CPP’s products, software and services, CPP must take steps to ensure that third parties do not use these assets in such a manner as to confuse consumers into believing there is an affiliation with CPP or endorsement by CPP, when in fact there is none.
Thus, use of CPP Trademarks, Logos & Imagery by third parties is not generally permitted except through express written CPP authorization, or license from CPP.
Public Use of ACH Trademarks
Without express written authorization by CPP, any use of CPP Trademarks in a manner that is inconsistent with these guidelines, including the use of trademarks, trade names or domain names that are confusingly similar to CPP Trademarks is prohibited
Permissible Uses of ACH Trademarks
In general, you may use CPP Trademarks to make factually accurate statements in reference to products or services of CPP, provided you do so in accordance with these guidelines. Subject to these guidelines, you also may use a CPP Trademark by reference to indicate that as an authorized Affiliated Corporate Partner your product or service is compatible with or may be used with CPP products or services, provided that the referential use of the CPP Trademark does not create a false sense of endorsement, sponsorship or association with CPP or its products and services.
Use of CPP Trademark’s for promotional and informational material of the Community Partnership Program by its Community Partnership Members for their membership is permitted.
Thus, use of CPP Trademarks, by third parties is not generally permitted except through express written CPP authorization, or license from CPP.
Prohibited Uses of ACH Trademarks
The use of CPP Trademarks in the name of your product,service,corporate name,or domain name is not permitted.You are not permitted to use any CPP Trademark, in whole or in part, or any alteration of any CPP Trademark, in the name of your products or services, in your company name or in your domain names or universal resource locator (URL). This includes any variation, abbreviation or takeoff of a CPP Trademark, or any other names that are confusingly similar to the CPP Trademarks.