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Site Terms of Service, an Enforceable Legal Agreement.
As of June 2, 2017
We are based in and you are contracting to use our Site. This Policy and all matters arising from your use of the Site are governed by and will be construed according to the laws of, without regard to any choice of laws rules of any jurisdiction. The federal courts and state courts that have geographical jurisdiction over disputes arising at our office location in will be the only permissible venues for any and all disputes arising out of or in connection with this Policy or the Site and Service.
Notwithstanding anything that may be contrary within the “Disputes” provisions above, all matters, and all claims within a multi-claim matter, that are arbitrable, including all claims for monetary damages, shall be decided by a single arbitrator to be selected by us, who shall hold hearings in or near , under the rules of the American Arbitration Association.
Prices and web store discounts are valid for online purchase only, showroom retail prices may differ from our web store sale prices. You may place an order through our web store and choose to pick up your order in store.
We reserve the right to change prices at any time. YAY CLAY! is not responsible for any grammatical or typing errors on our website that results in inaccurate pricing and we reserve the right not to sell the product at the listed price. If the price of the item is greater than the listed price we will contact you for your approval of the updated price before processing the order.
Kiln Firing Service:
YAY CLAY! is not responsible for any damages to your work while in our possession. However, if you bring in work and it melts down in our kiln and/or causes damage to our equipment, you the customer are responsible for all damages to our equipment and property. This may mean you will have to pay for kiln shelves or a repair to the soft brick. Over the last 10 years, we have an impeccable track record when firing customers work, which is why we load and fire the kilns ourselves. If you are unsure of the clay body or glaze, we reserve the right to not fire your work.