Booking Terms and Conditions
1. Terms of Payment: 30 days from the date of invoice
i. Total Cancellation of a conference or meeting.
ii. Total cancellation will incur charges in line with the following:
iii. Less than 30 clear days before the first date of the function: 50% charge
iv. Less than 14 days: 75% charge
v. Less than 7 days: 90% charge
3. JQCC reserves the right to cancel/change any booking forthwith and without liability on its part in the event of any damage or destruction of its venue by fire or other cause, any shortage of labour or food supplies, strikes, lock-outs or industrial action, or any other cause beyond the control of the JQCC which shall prevent it from performing its obligations in connection with any booking.
4. The customer shall at all times maintain good order during the function and shall ensure that nothing shall be done which will constitute a breach of the law.
5. JQCC reserves and will usually exercise the right up to 8 days before the function to request payment of a deposit equivalent to 50% of the total estimated Hire Charges. Should the customer fail to pay such a deposit within 7 days of being requested to do so, JQCC may treat the booking as having been cancelled by the customer.
6. Any complaint arising out of the function must be made in writing to JQCC within 7 days of the function. JQCC will not give consideration to such complaints unless received in such a manner and within such time limit and shall thereafter be entitled to claim the full sum due from the customer in respect of the function.
7. The customer shall indemnify JQCC against and shall insure against any claim for injury to any person or damage to any property occurring during or in consequence of the Hiring.
8. The customer shall ensure that no cars or any other vehicles are parked on the premises except by prior agreement with the Agent or the JQCC.
9. The customer shall ensure that no food or refreshments are consumed at the accommodation except such food or refreshments as may be supplied by JQCC.
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