Terms & Conditions
You agree that your order from infillproject.com (the Site) is an offer to buy, under these Terms, all products and services listed in your order. All orders must be accepted by Urban Infill Project (UIP, we or us) or we will not be obligated to sell the products or services to you. We may choose not to accept orders at our sole discretion, even after we send you a confirmation email with your order number and details of the items you have ordered.
Please ensure that the UIP Plan you have selected meets your requirements, as all Plan purchase are FINAL. Refunds or exchanges are not available. Not all jurisdictions allow additional dwelling units (ADUs). By purchasing a UIP Plan, you acknowledge that Urban Infill is not responsible if your jurisdiction ultimately does not allow an ADU on your property, for whatever reason. You agree, by purchasing a UIP Plan, that all subsequent permitting is your responsibility.
Further, each county and town has its own building and code regulations. It is possible that your plan may require modifications to adhere to these local requirements. In certain cases, a licensed structural engineer may be necessary to perform specific calculations and provide additional drawings. By using our plans, you are obligated to strictly comply with all local building codes, ordinances, regulations, and requirements, including obtaining permits and undergoing inspections during construction. We recommend contacting your local building department for the most up-to-date requirements.
You will need to draw or purchase a site plan, conduct a zoning review, and obtain a zoning approval. The pre-drawn plans from us do not bear the stamp of a licensed architect. If your local building department mandates this requirement, you will need to engage an architect or engineer to review and stamp the plans.
UIP retains ownership of all plans. As the licensee, the designer grants you the right to utilize these plans for the construction of a single structure. All our plans are protected under the Federal Copyright Act, Title XVII of the U.S. Code, and Chapter 37 of the Code of Federal Regulations. The licensed plans cannot be used or resold to another individual. Unauthorized copying or reproduction of these plans is strictly prohibited.
When you use purchase UIP Plans or send electronic communications such as emails, text messages, and other forms of communication from your desktop or mobile device to us, you are communicating with us electronically. By doing so, you consent to receive communications from us electronically, including marketing communications (unless you have opted out, where applicable), such as emails, texts, mobile push notifications, notices, and messages on this website or through other AD services. You agree that all notices, disclosures, agreements, and other communications provided to you electronically satisfy any legal requirement that such communication be in writing.
UIP Plans will be delivered in a digital format (PDF) via email as an attachment or link to download.
This Site is operated from the US. All matters arising out of or relating to these Terms are governed by and construed in accordance with the internal laws of the State of Arizona without giving effect to any choice or conflict of law provision or rule (whether of the State of Arizona or any other jurisdiction) that would cause the application of the laws of any jurisdiction other than those of the State of Arizona.
Any controversy or dispute arising out of or related to a purchase from our Site shall be determined by final, binding, non-appealable arbitration to occur in Pima County, Arizona. Each party to such dispute shall select one (1) arbitrator. Within five (5) days, including weekends and holidays, after the party demanding arbitration notifies, by mail, fax, or email, the opposing party of the dispute, the opposing party shall select an arbitrator and notify the party demanding arbitration of the selected arbitrator. If the opposing party does not timely select an arbitrator, the party demanding arbitration shall request that a Pima County Superior Court Judge make the selection of the second arbitrator. The opposing party shall not have the right to make that selection after a request is filed with a Pima County Superior Court Judge. The two (2) selected arbitrators shall select one (1) other arbitrator, who shall act as chairperson. If the two (2) arbitrators selected by the parties cannot agree on the third arbitrator within ten (10) days, either party may request that a Pima County Superior Court Judge make the selection of the third arbitrator. Alternatively, the parties to a dispute may unanimously agree upon a single arbitrator to resolve the dispute pursuant to the terms hereof or pursuant to other terms and/or procedures agreed upon in writing by the parties to the dispute. The dispute shall be decided by hearing in Pima County within thirty (30) days of receipt of a written request for arbitration. The arbitrators shall decide the dispute by written award within five (5) days of the hearing. The arbitration panel is authorized and shall award the prevailing party all costs and attorney’s fees.
We may provide any notice to you under these Terms by: (i) sending a message to the email address you provide or (ii) by posting to the Site. Notices sent by email will be effective when we send the email and notices we provide by posting will be effective upon posting. It is your responsibility to keep your email address current. To give us notice under these Terms, you must contact us by personal delivery, overnight courier, or registered or certified mail to The Urban Infill Project, 130 E Congress St, Suite 200- 133, Tucson, Arizona 85701.