Our terms and conditions of business Important notice: You must carefully read and agree to our terms and conditions of business should you wish to use any of our services. If you do not understand our terms and conditions, or do not wish to be bound by them, then you must cease using our services immediately. About us Local Reach is a limited company which is registered at Companies House under registration number 07633262. Our registered office is Pure Offices, Pastures Avenue, St Georgeâ€™s, Weston-Super-Mare. BS22 7SB Our terms and conditions Our terms and conditions of business govern your use of our services including (but not limited to) the publication of our magazines, their contents and any online services which we may use from time to time. We reserve the right to amend our terms and conditions of business from time to time and we therefore recommend that you check them periodically since the use of our services constitutes your agreement with them. How we work with you a) Should you wish to place an advertisement with us then you agree to be bound by our terms and conditions of business, together with any other terms which we may negotiate with you separately. Should you not agree to be bound by these terms then you should not use our services. b) All advertisements are placed subject to their being available space in our publication. Should the required space not be available then we will endeavour to offer the required space in our next publication. c) All orders must be placed in writing. Whilst we may (at our sole discretion) accept verbal instructions for advertisements these must be confirmed in writing prior to the copy deadline. d) By placing an advertisement with us you warrant that you have the relevant authority to do so and we will not be held liable for any claims arising out of your failure to obtain proper authority if acting in a commercial capacity. e) All advertisements are subject to our acceptance and we reserve the right to decline any advertisement at our sole discretion. This includes non-payment of invoices in full prior to the copy deadline. f) Once an advertisement has been placed with us any subsequent cancellation must be notified to us, in writing, no less than 2 weeksâ€™ before the copy deadline. The copy deadline will be confirmed to you at the time you place your order.
g) It is your sole responsibility to ensure that we receive your content for publication at the earliest opportunity and before the copy deadline. In the event that you fail to deliver the material to us prior to the specified deadline then the cost of the space remains payable in full. Your responsibilities By entering into an agreement with us you warrant to us that: a) You have the requisite authority to supply the content for publication; b) You shall use all reasonable endeavours to ensure that the material provided to us does not contain any material or factual inaccuracies and that the material does not infringe or violate any intellectual property rights of any third party or is capable of causing offence; c) You will be responsible for any costs or expenses incurred as a result of your failure to comply with these terms and conditions of business. Payment terms Unless agreed to the contrary, all payments must be made immediately upon receipt of the invoice. Should payment not be made once your order has been placed then we reserve the right to claim full payment, even if your material is not published due to non-payment. Should it become necessary to issue legal proceedings for recovery of any outstanding amount then we reserve the right to claim legal costs, court fees and associated interest from the date on which the invoice first became due. For individuals, interest will be claimed under s.69 of the County Courts Act 1984 and for businesses, will be claimed (together with requisite compensation) under the Late Payment of Commercial Debt (Interest) Act 1998. Errors Although every effort is made to avoid errors in any of our publications (or other online services), we will not be held liable for any errors, howsoever caused. Furthermore, we will not be held liable for any indirect or consequential loss for any errors including, but not limited to, loss of revenue, loss of business or loss of goodwill and/or reputation. Warranties Our services (including our magazine and any online services which we may offer from time to time) operate on as ‘as is’ and ‘as available’ basis. Consequently, we do not warrant that: -
Our publications or services will be available to you at all times;
Any website or domain that we use is free from viruses or defects;
Any material contained in our magazine or through any online services shall be true, accurate or complete in all respects.
Except for death or personal injury arising as a result of our negligence, we shall not be held liable for any direct, indirect or consequential loss or damage (including without prejudice to the foregoing generality, any lost business opportunities, loss of profit or goodwill) arising from or in any way connected to our services or site, or your inability to use our services or site. Intellectual property The design, images and content of our publications and website are, unless otherwise stated, our property and/or our licensorâ€™s property. We provide material solely for your personal use and the reproduction of the whole or any part of our publications or website for purposes other than private and personal use is strictly prohibited; as is distributing, displaying or copying our content unless it is for the personal use of a third party. Links to other sites Any websites to which you link through our site (or based on content contained within our publications) operate independently from us and we have no control over their content. We therefore accept no liability in respect of your use or inability to use them or any of the content of such websites. Furthermore, we accept no liability with respect to any of the products, information, material or services offered or provided by other organisations which we may from time to time list within our publications and/or on our website. Should you decide to contract with any of these organisations then the contract will be directly between you and the relevant organisation. We will have no contractual involvement and will not be held liable in contract, or otherwise, for any products, information, materials or services provided to you by any of these organisations. Disclaimers By engaging with us (whether through our publication or via any online services we may offer) you acknowledge that: -
The contributions are the statements and views of the contributors only and not of us, or any of our connected companies, directors, employees or shareholders;
It is your sole responsibility to check the accuracy of the facts and opinions given in our publications (and/or on our website) before entering into any commitment based upon them;
Any third parties advertising in our publication (and/or on our website) are not under our control and we are not responsible in any way for any of their contents or for any agreement you may enter into with them.
Data protection All our data is processed in accordance with the Data Protection Act 2018. Force Majeure
We will not be held responsible for any events which fall outside of our control including strikes, fire, flood, earthquake, lightning, storm or any acts of God. Jurisdiction These terms and conditions of business shall be governed by the laws of England and Wales. If any of our terms are determined to be illegal, invalid or otherwise unenforceable by any Court then, to the extent to which that term is illegal, invalid or unenforceable, it shall be severed and deleted from these terms and conditions and the remaining terms shall remain in full force and effect. Last update These terms and conditions of business were last updated on 7 th September 2018.