October 2021 Revision to our Jurisdiction Specific Terms

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by: HubSpot Employee
HubSpot Employee

 

HubSpot recently updated the Jurisdiction Specific Terms which forms part of the HubSpot Customer Terms of Service, and we wanted to give you some information on what's changed.  

 

We are excited to announce that we are opening offices in Ontario in Canada and in London in the United Kingdom as we expand our global footprint in these two new locations.

 

We have amended our Jurisdiction Specific Terms to include our two new offices in Canada and the United Kingdom (UK).

 

You’ll see we’ve added Canada and the UK as two new contracting entities to our Jurisdiction Specific Terms. From October 1st, 2021 new HubSpot customers based in Canada or the UK will be contracting with either our Canadian or UK affiliate and their agreement with us will be governed by the laws of Ontario and England, respectively. 

We’ve amended our Customer Terms of Service for Canada as follows:

 

  • We’ve varied the ‘Compliance with Laws’ section for Canada.
  • We’ve also varied the ‘Contract for Services’ section to clarify that our contract is for the provision of services and not the sale of goods with reference to Ontario law. 
  • We’ve clarified that we’ve expressly required the agreement and any ancillary documents be in English.

We’ve also amended our Customer Terms of Service for the UK as follows: 

 

  • We’ve clarified that certain types of liability cannot be limited by law;
  • We’ve varied the ‘Compliance with Laws’ section for the UK;
  • We’ve also clarified that the agreement does not give any rights to third parties; and
  • We’ve also varied the ‘Contract for Services’ section to clarify that our contract is for the provision of services and not the sale of goods with reference to English law. 

We’ve also made minor drafting clean-ups and clarifications to the Jurisdiction Specific Terms and corrected some references.

 

Please remember that this is just an informal, high-level summary of the most recent changes to these documents, and that you should always make sure you’ve read and understood the complete Customer Terms of Service before you use our software or services.