Enterama Terms and Conditions of Trading
(updated 1st June 2016)

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Terms & Conditions.

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This document relates specifically to events provided by Enterama and we accept no responsibility for compatibility with other operators’ requirements or systems. The phrasing of the clauses contained within these Terms and Conditions are the Copyright and Intellectual Property of Enterama and no part      may  be reproduced, copied or disseminated in any form of print or electronic media without our express permission.

General Information

1. Condition of Acceptance: When your booking is confirmed your contract with us comes into existence and you agree to be bound by our Terms and Conditions, which set out our joint responsibilities when you make a booking and we accept it. Our acceptance of a booking is conditional upon you accepting all of these terms and conditions. You are not required to pay a deposit or sign your agreement to this effect.
2. Authorised Representation: It is implicit that you are willing and able to enter into this contract and authorised to do so, and aware that you are engaging services which are to be paid for.
3. Unauthorised Representations: If it transpires that you are not authorised to enter into this contract, and a cancellation occurs, you agree to be personally liable to reimburse to us for all costs and losses incurred. Neither are any of our operatives authorised to agree any terms, or make arrangements, statements or representations, either in person, verbally, or in writing, that are contrary or are inconsistent with any of our Terms and Conditions. If such representations are made, they may not be relied upon as being authorised.
4. Making a booking: 
(a) Confirmed Bookings: Bookings may be confirmed in person, or by telephone or fax, or in writing, text, or by e-mail, or any other convenient means. Confirmed bookings take precedence over provisional bookings, irrespective of when the provisional booking was made.
(b) Provisional Bookings: We will hold provisional dates open pending your confirmed instructions to proceed. If we receive a confirmed booking for that same date, it will take precedence and will be accepted by us without further reference to you, irrespective of any arrangements you may have already made and we shall not be responsible for any costs incurred by you. We may, subject to resources, accept your booking for the originally requested date, but this is not guaranteed.  
5: Changing Your Mind:  If you wish to cancel or defer your booking you may do so without charge (save for the reimbursement of all non-recoverable costs) as long as this occurs outside the terms of our cancellation or deferment periods as stated in the relevant clauses in our Terms and Conditions
6. Estimations of Proceeds: Discussions about proceeds or comparisons of proceeds generated from similar events are suggestions only. We cannot guarantee what the final proceeds of your event will be.
7. Passing of Proceeds: All proceeds generated from our elements of the event shall remain under our control until the contract is completed. This shall be on receipt of full payment of the total amount due to us, or on completion of the agreed programme of the event, whichever occurs later.
8. Ownership of Proceeds: Proceeds from fundraising events belong to the beneficiaries of the event and not to any third party promoter or sponsor of the event or to the owners or management of the venue where the event is held. We take it in good faith that such proceeds are forwarded to the beneficiaries in due course.. 
9. Invoicing arrangements: Unless alternative arrangements are agreed with us in advance, we will present our invoice, in the name of the person who, acting individually or on behalf of others, confirmed the booking.
10. Responsibility for payment: It shall be the responsibility of the person who confirmed the booking to ensure that payment is made according to the agreed payment arrangements. We do not accept payment of our fees as a deduction from the proceeds unless the beneficiaries have agreed that such a deduction can be made
11. Guarantee of payment: Our operatives are not authorised to accept an amount in full and final settlement that is less than the agreed total fee for the event. In the event of lack of funds, payment of our total fee (or the remainder thereof where part payment has been made) shall take precedence over payments or disbursements that may be due to others, and it will be the liability of the person who confirmed the booking to immediately make good any payment shortfall to us in cash, or agree with us a satisfactory alternative arrangement for completing payment at the venue or at the earliest opportunity thereafter.   
12. How to pay: Unless an alternative arrangement is agreed by us in writing, you must pay us in cash full prior to commencement of the event. Payment details will be provided on your invoice. We will accept payment:
  1.  IN CASH: We will require you to pay in cash at the venue before we start the event.  
  2.  BY CHEQUE: Cheques payable to Enterama must be posted to us at least 5 banking days prior to the event so that your cheque is cleared in our business ccount at least one day before the event.
  3.  BY BACS: Payment must be credited into our account at least one day before the event.
  4.  BY CREDIT/DEBIT CARDS: Full payment to our PayPal account at least one day before the event, or on the day with our mobile card reader. Note that all card paymnts will incur a transaction and processing fee, according to the type of payment made and the amount.

 

and now, the 'Small Print'.....

1: Definitions: 'You' or 'Your' or 'The Customer' or 'The Client', shall mean the person, organisation or company who contracts for the services of the Enterama. 'Me', ' I', 'We' or 'Us' or 'The Company' shall mean Raymond Andrew Currier, trading as Enterama, or any staff, operatives, affiliated companies, contracted performers, or subcontractors operating on behalf of the company. The 'Contract' shall mean all entertainments or services provided to the customer from the company, including all goods, equipment, and personnel provided or supplied and all pre-contract activities and administration specifically pursuant to the fulfillment of the event. The 'Event' shall mean the dates, times, duration, type, size, and scope of each event as agreed with the customer, to take place at the agreed venue or venues. The 'Venue' shall mean the places agreed between the customer and the company for one or more events to take place under the terms of this contract. 
2: General: All quotations offered and all contracts hereafter made between the customer and us shall be deemed to be made subject to these terms and conditions, which are: 
(a) accepted only on these terms which shall supersede, override and exclude any other terms stipulated or referred to by you, whether referred to or implied during negotiations or in any course of dealings, and whether in writing or not. 
(b) acknowledged not to contain or imply any representations or conditions outside these terms which have induced you to enter into this contract. No modification of these terms shall be effective unless made by an express written agreement between both parties. The signing by us of any of the customers' documentation shall not constitute or imply any modification of these terms. 
3: Quotations and Proposals: Quotations and proposals shall specifically exclude us from liability for errors or omissions in composition or calculation, or for changes in legislation, or changes in your requirements, notwithstanding the receipt of an unqualified order from you. Quotations shall remain valid for 30 days from the issue date, unless otherwise confirmed or updated by us. 
4: Value Added Tax: Quotations exclude VAT. Whenever applicable we will charge VAT, to be payable by the customer at the rate ruling on the date that any goods are supplied or an event completed. 
5: Event Packages and Fees:  We reserve the right to revise the content of our event packages, adjust our fees and issue updated price lists from time to time but shall not be bound to do so. Notwithstanding such revisions, any event or contract agreed under a previous price structure will be adhered to, unless we are subsequently obliged to impose further statutory costs, fees or taxes.
6: Personalised printed matter, media or items specially provided for events: Any personalised printed matter, media, or additional items provided for events, and which are not included in the usual event packages as stated on our price list, shall, whether such items are charged for or not, be provided as optional extras and not included within the contractual content of the event. We will endeavour to provide such items in good time according to your requirements and specifications, but cannot guarantee this. Where the information or specification provided by you is incorrect or amended, we reserve the right to charge for replacements, whether or not the original items were charged for. If your event is cancelled or deferred you agree to reimburse us for all costs incurred.
7: Details for personalised events:  You must provide us with final confirmation of all personalised details at least 3 days before the event date, and we will assume that the details provided by you are correct. We will endeavour to correctly format your requirements but we cannot guarantee to be able to use all, or any, names, images or logos provided, nor can we be held responsible for errors in spelling, dates or content provided by you. Where we make an error we will endeavour to correct and reprint your details, at no cost to you, but it shall be our decision as to whether this option is practical and cost-effective.
8: Goods provided as prizes: Descriptions and illustrations are intended to present a general idea of the goods available and we may vary the goods on offer or substitute alternatives at our discretion according to market availability or other commercial considerations. 
9: Charges for goods provided as prizes: Where we are providing prizes on the customers' behalf, we reserve the right to charge the customer or include an allowance for the supply of all goods awarded as prizes that may be, or have been used, during the event. 
10: Title to goods: We will retain title to all goods, prizes and other items provided as until such time as full payment is received from the customer. Upon receipt of full payment the title to the goods will pass to the customer. 
11: Passing of title: The customer shall act only as bailee when awarding prizes until such time as full payment is received, at which time the customer shall be deemed to have passed title to the recipient. 
12: Unused or returned goods. Unused items supplied by us, may, subject to your title to the goods, and with our prior agreement, be returned to us at the end of an event. Acceptance of returns, and application of a variable handling charge, shall be at our sole discretion, subject to the returned goods being in re-usable condition, and subject to your acceptance of our offer of the amount of refund or credit allowed for returned goods. 
13: Specially supplied or produced goods: Goods that have been specially supplied or produced to your specifications are not eligible for return under this contract. We may, at our sole discretion, consider the return of items that may be re-usable for other purposes but shall be under no obligation to do so, and we may apply whatever handling or re-stocking charges we think appropriate.
14: Risk: Under no circumstances shall we be liable for any loss of any kind to the customer or any recipient of a prize, or any third party, for any damages or losses however caused, whether direct or consequential, arising from the use of the prize.
15: Special needs:  You must advise us at least seven days in advance if you are aware of any persons likely to attend the event, who have special needs relating to mobility, vision, or hearing, that may affect their participation in the event. We will endeavour to meet reasonable requirements to facilitate participation in the event, but the noting of a special request is not a guarantee that it can be met. 
16: Insurance and Licencing: It is the customer's responsibility to ensure that suitable licensing arrangements and adequate insurance cover are obtained to cover for all activities and eventualities connected with the event. We will accept no liability for delay, cancellation, or detriment to the event or any person or organisation caused by non- insurance or non-compliance with licencing requirements. 
17: Compliance: It is the customer's responsibility to comply with any local regulations, covenants, and restrictions of use, and/or local by-laws that may affect any aspect of their event, and advise us accordingly. Where events are subject to such requirements we shall endeavour, as far as we are able, and if we have been so advised, to comply insofar as delivery of our events is concerned. We will not accept liability for delay, cancellation, or detriment to the event caused by non-compliance with local regulations. 
18: On-Site parking and access for unloading / reloading after the event: 
(a) Parking on-site at venue: Where parking is provided at the venue, the customer shall arrange secure parking at no cost to us, for the whole of our time at the venue. We will provide whatever security information is required.
(b) Unloading at venue: Where this facility is provided, the client shall arrange, at no cost to us, secure on-site facilities to unload our equipment at the venue. If we are then required to remove our vehicle ‘off-site’ to public parking we will not do so until our equipment has been unloaded and moved to an agreed secure area, and arrangements made for access and secure reloading after the event.
(c) Parking off-site: If we are required to park off-site after unloading the client shall reimburse our parking costs in full at the event. Parking restrictions and costs vary in different locations and the availability of parking cannot be guaranteed. Finding suitable off-site parking may take some time and could delay the start of your event. We will not park illegally under any circumstances.
19: Off-site parking and unloading /reloading:
(a) Parking off-site: If we are required to park and unload off-site the client shall reimburse our parking costs in full at the event. Parking restrictions and costs vary in different locations and the availability of parking cannot be guaranteed. We will allow a maximum of 30 minutes, from our agreed arrival time at the venue, to find suitable off-site parking within the designated parking area as stated below. We will not park illegally under any circumstances
(b) Designated area for parking/unloading, and reloading equipment after the event:. The designated parking area shall be a maximum walking distance of 2 minutes or 100 metres (whichever is the greater) via the most convenient walking route from the parking location to the venue. If we cannot secure legal parking within the designated area at a location that we consider suitable for practical unloading, or we perceive that the security of our equipment will be at risk, or that in our judgement we are not able to unload and set up the event in a timely manner, we will advise the client and seek instructions as to whether we should seek suitable parking outside the designated area. If we are so instructed, the client will be required to send people to assist in moving our equipment to the required location, and to ensure that arrangements are made to assist in returning equipment to our vehicle in the same manner.
(c) Adjustment to timings or content, delays or abandonment of event:  If we are unable to secure legal parking in the designated area, or if the client declines to provide assistance where required, this shall constitute hindrance or prevention under the terms of clause 25. We reserve the right to delay the start of an event, or adjust the timings or content of an event, or to abandon an event entirely, and we cannot be held responsible for or any losses thereby incurred.
20: Access requirements:  A maximum of one hour is allowed, subject to the provisions in clause 18 & 19, for parking, unloading, and moving our equipment to the required venue area. This does not include setting up or testing equipment prior to the event.
21: Event finishing:  All events, unless otherwise agreed, shall take place in one visit, and finish at 11:00pm.latest. Later finishing times are subject to agreement and may incur an additional fee, according to the content and requirements of the event. A further hour is then required after the event for packing down and reloading equipment, subject to the provisions in clause 18 & 19.
22: Event timings:  All events, unless otherwise agreed, are subject to a time limit of five hours at the venue. This time limit includes the time to unload and reload equipment thus giving approximately three hours to complete the event. Note that, unless otherwise agreed, five hours is the maximum time limit at the venue, and not an entitlement to a five hour event. Additional event time can be arranged and may incur additional fees.
23: Substitution and Replacement: We reserve the right to distribute our workload as we see fit according to operational requirements of our business and may allocate our personnel, or subcontract events to providers nominated by us, or provide alternative entertainment to the same or better value at any time prior to, or during the course of, any event.    
24: Venue & facilities. We will accept no liability in respect of the condition or suitability of venues provided or chosen by clients, or for the availability, condition, or suitability of staff, facilities, furniture or other electronic equipment or sensors that may be present or installed at the venue, or for any delay, difficulty, or detriment to the event or cancellation caused by such non-availability or non-suitability. 
25: Hindrance, Prevention, Standing Down, and Force Majeure: If we are hindered or prevented from commencing or delivering any part of the event by reason of war, riot, fire, explosion, flood, earthquake, strike or labour dispute, dispute with third parties, lock outs, violence, threat, abuse, casualty or accident, lack of or failure of power supply or power cut-offs caused by noise limiting equipment, non-attendance of your staff, guests or customers, non-payment of fees according to terms, prevented or obstructed from access to the venue in a timely manner to enable us to set up our equipment, lack of parking and unloading facilities at the venue, inability to secure legal and safe parking within the designated parking area, inability to access to the venue within reasonable practical unloading distance, failure of customer to provide unloading assistance when required, or for any other cause beyond our control, the timing and content of the event shall be adjusted from such time as the cause has been resolved, removed, or has ceased, until the agreed finishing time as stated in the contract, subject to at least one hour of event time remaining. If you instruct us to stand down from the event for any reason, or when the cause ceases, less than one hour of the event time remains we shall be deemed to have been prevented from delivering the event, and shall not be liable for any loss incurred by you, or by any third party, whether direct or consequential, and you shall be liable to pay for the whole event according to the terms of the original contract as if the event took place. 
26: Summary Termination of an Event:  You must ensure that your participants, patrons and staff behave appropriately. We reserve the right to summarily terminate an event where there are serious grounds for doing so, which shall include, but are not limited to:
(a) Damage or Interference to our Equipment:  If any of our equipment is tampered with or damaged, whether intentionally or accidentally, due to unauthorised contact or unruly behaviour, or by unexpected power cut-offs caused by faulty equipment or by noise limiting equipment that we are not aware of, you will be liable for the full costs of repairing or replacing all items of damaged equipment, regardless of any insurance cover that we may have in place.
(b) Equipment theft or attempted theft of our equipment whilst in any part of your premises or your chosen venue: If any of our equipment is stolen, or damaged due to attempted theft, hilst on your premises or in any part of your venue (including external areas and/or car parks) you will be liable for the full costs of repairing or replacing all items of stolen or damaged equipment, regardless of any insurance cover that we may have in place.
(c) Threats, abuse or assault on our personnel: Notwithstanding the provisions in Clause 25, we reserve the right to summarily terminate any event where the personal safety or integrity of any of our operatives is compromised and cannot be guaranteed by you.
27: Change of venue, content, or entertainment: If you change the venue, the content of your event, or request an alternative entertainment, this must be of equal or better value to that of the original booking. We reserve the right to charge for any additional costs incurred, plus costs relating to the reprinting or reworking of printed matter or presentation media. 
28: Changing Your Mind:  If you change your mind and cancel your booking you may do so without charge (save for the reimbursement of all non-recoverable costs) as long as your cancellation occurs outside the terms of our cancellation periods as stated in clause 33.
29: Non-attendance at events: It is the customer’s responsibility to ensure that events are properly organised, and promoted and we will not indemnify or accept claims or offset any losses incurred by the customer in respect of lack of interest and attendance at events, nor will this be accepted as a reason for non-payment for the event in full.
30: Cancellation or deferment of events:  Where an event is deferred or cancelled for whatever reason, the terms of clauses 28 to 35 shall apply.   
31: Deferment of event:  You may defer an event to a later date, up to 14 calendar days prior to the booked date (not including the date of the event). Events within this period are not eligible for deferment, and will be deemed to be summarily cancelled, and will incur cancellation fees according to the terms in clause 33. All deferment requests must be confirmed in writing, and we accept only one deferment per event. The maximum deferment period is 12 weeks (to the last day of that calendar month) from the date the event was originally scheduled. We endeavour to meet requests for deferred dates, but this cannot be guaranteed. The event must take place at the original, or other suitable and agreed venue, and within the time scale stated. If the event does not take place within the maximum deferment period, the original booking will be deemed to have been summarily cancelled and subject to full and immediate payment of the full basic event fee.
32: Pre-booked accommodation and/orparking: If your event is deferred or cancelled you agree to reimburse our non-recoverable costs in full, irrespective of when your event was deferred or cancelled.
33: Cancellation fees: If your event is cancelled for whatever reason we reserve the right to charge you for all costs incurred, plus a cancellation fee according to the date that we receive your written confirmation. 

Cancellation after setting out or after arrival at venue                   =               100% of total fee inc all travel costs + all other costs incurred.
Cancellation on the day of event prior to setting out                      =               100% of basic event fee + all costs incurred
Cancellation within the 7days prior to the event date                     =              100% of basic event fee + all costs incurred. 
Failure to hold a deferred event within the deferment period         =               100% of basic event fee + all costs incurred.
Cancellation within 14 calendar days prior to the event date         =               50% of basic event fee + all costs incurred.
Cancellation within 28 calendar days prior to the event date         =                25% of basic event fee + all costs incurred. 
Cancellation at least 28 days prior to the event date                      =                No cancellation fee, but reimbursement of costs already incurred
                                  
34: Calculation of deferment or cancellation date:   To avoid doubt and for the purposes of calculating cancellation or deferment fees the time periods stated in clauses 28, 30, 31 & 33 do not include the date of the event.
35: Effective date of deferment or cancellation:   All deferments and cancellations, including verbal instructions for same, must be confirmed in writing by any means as described in clauses 49 & 50. Notwithstanding that verbal instructions may be acted upon, the effective date, for the purposes of calculating whether cancellation fees are to be applied will be the date on which the written instruction or confirmation is deemed to have been first received by us.  
36: Currency: We accept payment in English Pounds Sterling. Payments made with Scottish or other sterling bank notes will be accepted only by prior arrangement, notwithstanding that they may be legal tender. Payments in Euros or other currencies will be accepted only by cheque to be cleared into our business account in advance of the event, and with prior agreement to the exchange rate, and reimbursement of any transaction costs to achieve the required net amount of Sterling funds.   
37: Payment: Unless specifically agreed by us in writing, payments made by cheque, BACS, or Credit/Debit cards must clear into our account at least one day before the event, otherwise payment must be in cash in English Pounds Sterling before the event commences. We reserve the right to delay the start of any event for reason of non-payment.  Non-payment by the time one hour of event time remains will be deemed as prevention and subject to clause 25. 
38: Credit terms: We will not offer credit terms under any circumstances. If a client requires deferred credit terms the option of payment by credit card to our Paypal account, although this may incur additional transaction and processing fees for the client.  
39: Complaints and difficulties with our service: Complaints about any aspect of our service at an event must be promptly reported to our compere or event manager at the time so that issues within our remit can be resolved effectively. If the matter cannot be resolved the matter must be reported to our office at the earliest opportunity and we will investigate accordingly. We undertake to deal with complaints promptly and fairly.  
40: Complaints and difficulties with third party service providers. We will only attempt to resolve issues with third parties or other service providers insofar as the issue may affect our ability to deliver our elements of the event. We will not undertake to resolve, or act as arbiters in disputes between customers and third party service providers not engaged by us. We shall not be liable for any loss incurred by you, or by any third party, whether direct or consequential, caused by such difficulty or dispute. If the dispute or difficulty constitutes hindrance or prevention as described in clause 25, you shall be liable to pay for the whole event in accordance with the terms of the original contract as if the event took place.                                                                                                                                 41: Reputational management:  If you, or anyone associated with you, denegrates or undermines our reputation, or shares adverse comments or publicity with regard to our business methods and/or operational capabilities, or the fulfilment of an event, either verbally, in person, in writing or electronic media, or in any public press or media publication or broadcast, personal or business network, or shared social media or messaging platform, we will reserve the right to seek advice as to the content and effect of such statements with the option of redress and/or compensation as we feel appropriate and commensurate.
42: Non payment: If you fail to pay your debts to us for any reason, we reserve the right not to proceed with any further events or work in progress for you, and we shall be entitled to full and immediate payment, in addition to your existing debt, for all work already in progress and work completed, and for all materials, goods, or services purchased on your behalf, and for any cancellation costs incurred.  
43: Costs of collection and interest: If you fail to pay your debts to us for any reason, we shall apply interest on the total debt at the interest rate applicable to the appropriate Court of jurisdiction, and such interest shall be accrued and compounded on a daily basis from the date the debt was due until the date full payment is cleared to our account. We reserve the right to assign all or part of your debt to a third party for collection at any time, or we may at our discretion, without warning, and without prejudice to other remedies, take collection proceedings as we think fit, and you shall be additionally liable for reimbursing our administration time in preparation of our claim, plus any attendance and travel time if we are summoned to attend a debt recovery or Court hearings, according to the scale below. If we are summoned to a hearing less than 2 hours or 100 miles from our base the lower 'Day Rate' will apply. If a hearing is more than 2 hours or 100 miles from our base the higher ‘Day Rate' shall apply, plus the additional accomodation and 'PerDiem' rate for subsistence.
Administration time for preparation and management of claim @ £ 70.00 per claim.
Attendance and travel time (up to 2 hours or 100 miles) @ £150.00 per day or part.                                                                                                           Management and travel time (over 2 hours or 100 miles)  @  £200.00 per day or part
Additional travel costs for accommodation (over 2 hours or 100 miles) @ £60.00 per day.                                                                                                         Additional PerDiem expenses for subsistence (over 2 hours or 100 miles)  @ £30.00 per day                                                                                                      44: Offsets and negotiated settlements. We may, at our sole discretion, negotiate payment discounts, or agree offsets where you have a legitimate claim against us. Any such settlements must be confirmed by us in writing, and be subject to your immediate payment. We will not accept any non-cash item in lieu of full and final settlement of any debt due to us.  
45: Intellectual property: All graphics, ideas, formats, media, and intellectual property used in connection with events are either our copyright, or are licenced for use by us. Entering into this contract does not grant the customer, or any participant in an event, or any other person working at or attending the venue at the time of the event, except those duly authorised by us to act on our behalf, any rights whatsoever to license, use, duplicate or reproduce our formats, media or materials for their own use or for use by others, for any purpose whatsoever, either at the venue, whilst the event is taking place, or at any time thereafter. Any copying, use, or dissemination, with respect to any of the foregoing whether in person, or in writing, or by electronic or any other means is strictly prohibited.
46: Website and e-mail security: You shall be responsible for maintaining adequate security protection to protect your systems and networks when accessing our website, to prevent the transfer of unwanted or malicious programming onto our systems. You shall not attempt to breach the security of our website or e-mail service, and we reserve the right to pursue civil or criminal liability. Without limiting the foregoing, you shall not:  
(a) Access data or materials not intended for you, or Log into a server or account which you are not authorised to access. 
(b) Use or access the company's website in a way that may cause the website be interrupted, damaged or impaired.
(c) Attempt to probe, scan or test the vulnerability of our system or network or to attempt to breach security measures. 
(d) Transfer, or upload viruses, malicious software and similar data logging, gathering and extraction tools.                                                                                   47: Consumer Contracts Regulations:  Our services are provided to you on a specific date and at a time and place specified by you, and as such are outside the remit of the Consumer Contracts Regulations. However we view these regulations as Best Practice and endeavour to comply with them, notwithstanding the fact that we are not legally obliged to do so.   
48: Law: This contract shall be governed by and interpreted in accordance with English law, notwithstanding that we reserve the right to enforce this contract in any Court of competent jurisdiction.  
49: Assignment: The customer shall not assign any benefit under the contract without our consent in writing, which may, if given, be on such terms as to guarantee or indemnify us as we think fit.  
50: Verbal Notices:  Any verbal notice given under or pursuant to this contract must be transmitted directly to us in person, or by telephone, recorded message, radio, or Internet Voice Protocol, or by such other means or devices of verbal communication yet to be invented, and shall be deemed to have been validly and effectively given on the day on which in the normal course of business such verbal notice would have been first received by us. Notices given outside our normal business hours, or sent through third parties or via external instant messaging services shall not be deemed to have been effectively given, and will not be valid until such time as notice is communicated directly to us in the manners previously described.
51: Written Notices:  Any written notice given under or pursuant to this contract must be delivered to us by hand, by post or recorded delivery, or transmitted directly to us by fax, text or email, and when so sent shall be deemed to have been validly and effectively given on the day on which in the normal course of business such written notice would have been first received by us. Notices given outside our normal business hours, or sent through third parties or via external instant messaging or social media platforms or services shall not be deemed to have been effectively given, and will not be valid until such time as notice is communicated directly to us in the manners previously described.
52: Severability: Each provision of these terms and conditions of trading is severable and distinct from the others. If any provision is or becomes to any extent invalid, illegal or unenforceable, the other provisions of these terms and conditions of trading shall be unaffected and will continue in full force and effect. 
                                                                                                                                                                 
                                               
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