GHENGIS FIREWORKS LTD TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF BUSINESS
Section One: Insurance Cover
Ghengis Fireworks Ltd. (hereafter referred to as The Company) will have in place, at the time of the display, public and products liability insurance cover to a minimum value of £5,000,000. This may be increased in certain circumstances, for which an additional fee may be charged. Insurance cover indemnifies The Company against possible claims incurred as a result of faulty materials and/or negligence on behalf of the company’s operators. In the case of public events, the organiser is advised to arrange independent insurance for other risks not involving fireworks. Where possible losses may be incurred due to adverse weather conditions, pluvious abandonment insurance is recommended.
Section Two: Deposits
Unless otherwise agreed in writing, a deposit of £200 is required in order to secure a booking. The booking is deemed accepted on receipt of a booking form, or official order and subsequent written confirmation from The Company.
Section Three: Payment
Full settlement is required within thirty days from the date of invoice. Late payment may be subject to a cumulative interest charge of 5% per calendar month, or part thereof until full settlement is made. Should it be necessary to recover fees owing to The Company through court action or otherwise, the client will incur additional costs as necessary, including legal costs.
Section Four: Cancellation Fees
Penalties for cancellation of a confirmed booking are as follows: Up to 28 days prior to the display: deposit only, 28 days or less prior to the display: 50% of the total cost, If the display is cancelled by the client on the date of firing, for whatever reason, the total cost becomes payable.
Section Five: Suitability of site and Permissions
Unless otherwise agreed in writing, it is the responsibility of the client, in the first instance, to seek and gain the necessary permission for a display to be staged at the chosen venue. When permission has been obtained, The Company will undertake all necessary site surveys (as required) and subsequent negotiations on behalf of the client.
Section Six: Safety
A display in progress may, at the absolute discretion of the principal firer representing The Company, be aborted or modified should the safety of spectators and/or property be compromised. It is the responsibility of the client and/or the venue management to ensure the general safety of the spectators, particularly with regard to the provision of the appropriate number of stewards, safety barriers, etc.
Section Seven: Adverse Weather
Only in exceptional circumstances may a display be cancelled by the client due to adverse weather conditions (see notes 1 and 6 above). Cancellation charges may apply.
Section Eight: Complaints Procedure
Should the client be dissatisfied in any way with the service provided by The Company, a complaint should be submitted in writing to The Managing Director who will endeavour to resolve the matter to the client’s satisfaction.
Please Note: The Company reserves the right to change these terms and conditions at any time without prior notice, These Terms and Conditions do not affect your statutory legal rights.