- Last updated:
- 09 May 2016
Please refer to the full Terms and Conditions below when using PD Online.
The information provided by PD Online is made available as a general reference source only. PD Online is not intended to be used, and must not be used, for formal purposes such as for the purposes of property transactions or settlements. Land and house sale and purchasing and similar commercial decisions should not rely upon the information on this website. Access to documents and information for formal purposes must be obtained through council's formal document search procedures, not through PD Online.
The council makes no representations and gives no warranties (express or implied) about the information (including accuracy, reliability, completeness, quality, merchantability, fitness or suitability) for any purpose nor that access to and use of this website or system is free from computer viruses or other infections or contaminations. No liability is accepted by the council (including without limitation, whether in action of contract, negligence or other tortious action) for any loss, damage or costs (including consequential, special or indirect damages) relating to access to, use of, or reliance upon:
- The information obtained using PD Online; or
- The PD Online system itself.
Except for the purpose expressly stated below and for purposes permitted by the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth), reproduction, publication, communication to the public, adaptation, selling, re-transmission, reframing, linking, commercial or other use (whether for compensation of any kind or not) of documents, content or information made available using PD Online by whatever means is prohibited unless the written consent of the Copyright owner is obtained.
PD Online users are expressly permitted to reproduce the contents of the PD Online website in their web browser (and in any cache file produced by their web browser) for the sole purpose of their personal non-commercial viewing of the content and printing of documentation.
Right to grant or refuse access
Access to PD Online is at the discretion of the council. The council reserves the right to refuse to allow access to any part of PD Online without prior notice, and without the need to give any reason for doing so.
All matters relating to this website are governed by the laws of the State of Queensland, Australia and users submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the Courts of that State and courts of appeal from them.
Some functionality, e.g. mapping, viewing of documents, may require additional software to be installed. Council is not in a position to provide help desk support. For more information, refer to PD Online technical information.