Terms & Conditions
Simon Weir, trading as Classical Media
General: In these terms & conditions “The Company” means Classical Media, “The Client” means the person, firm or company purchasing Goods; “The Goods” means the goods or services which shall be the subject of the contract between the Company and the Client.
Bookings: All bookings or orders for Goods accepted by the Company are subject to these terms & conditions. Bookings will only be accepted after written or emailed confirmation has been received from the Client by the Company.
Short Notice Cancellation: Any booking or order for Goods that has been confirmed in writing by the Client and accepted by the Company and that is subsequently cancelled verbally or in writing by the Client, will be subject to a short notice cancellation fee as follows, unless agreed otherwise in writing by the Company.
- 7 days notice or less 30% of agreed booking
- 24 hours notice or less 70% of agreed booking
- After arrival on-site or having left base 100% of agreed booking
Prices: Orders are accepted by the Company for execution at prices ruling at the date of confirmation. All prices quoted by the Company are subject to alteration without notice.
Delivery: Normally by courier on a next day service. If any other form of delivery is required, a quotation will be given on request.
VAT: VAT is added to the total invoice for UK Clients at the standard rate applying at the date of invoice.
Payment: Payment for the Goods shall be made in full at the time of booking or, at the Company’s discretion, at the time of collection by or delivery to the Client. Where the Company has agreed in writing to credit terms payment shall be made not later than 30 days after the invoice date. Failure by the Client to make payment for the Goods within said 30 days of invoice date shall entitle the Company to:
- 1. Require the Client to make immediate payment of all monies due to the Company.
- 2. Charge interest on the outstanding amount at a rate of five per centum per month commencing on the 31st day after the invoice data and continuing until such a time as full payment is made by the Client.
- 3. Cease supplies to and work for the Client until such a time as payment of all outstanding monies has been made by the Client.
Dishonoured Cheques: In cases where the Client’s cheque or electronic payment is not honoured when presented by the Company for payment, the following charges shall be made by the Company:
- Cheque returned marked “referred to drawer, please represent” £ 10.00
- Cheque returned marked “refer to drawer” £20.00
Legal Costs: In cases where the Company, after written notice to the Client, deems legal action to be necessary in order to obtain monies due to the Company from the Client, the Company shall be entitled to charge the Client for time and expenses incurred by such action in addition to any court, solicitors or other outside expenses incurred.
Property: The property in the Goods shall remain with the Company until payment in full has been made to the Company by the Client for the Goods and all other sums due to the Company at the date of delivery of the Goods. Where full payment has not been made to the Company and the Client uses the Goods, the property in the Goods shall be retained by the Company in so far as such Goods are identifiable.
Masters: It is assumed that all Clients material, not originated by the Company, is a copy of the original material such that the expense of replacing it if damaged or lost by the Company, is only that of making a new copy. Originals must be declared as such by the Client and are left with the Company at the Client’s risk. The Company is not liable for any other loss.
Retention: All recordings, audio and video, will be retained by The Company for a period of not less than 2 years from the recording date. After this time we cannot guarantee that the original recordings will still be available. Clients are advised to ensure that they have sufficient backups of all materials that they wish to retain after this period.
Licences: Copyright fees, royalties, permissions and etc. are the responsibility of the Client, as is obtaining of consents and the payment of such fees. For further information concerning Music Copyright, visit the MCPS/PRS website
Faults: All faults in work carried out, or Goods supplied, by the Company will be corrected at no charge to the Client. The Company’s liability extends only to work carried out, or Goods supplied, by the Company.
Law: These terms & conditions and the contract between the parties shall be constructed and applied in accordance with the Law of England and shall be subject only to the jurisdiction of the English courts.