Please read these terms and conditions carefully as they govern your use of our Services. We provide the Services only on these terms and if you do not agree to be bound by them you may not use the Services. By ordering the Services you will be deemed to accept these terms.
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1. Contract Terms
1.1 We agree to provide the Services to you on the following terms and conditions. These constitute a contract between us and you and must be read together with any other documents explicitly agreed to be part of this contract. Any other terms and conditions contained in any other document are excluded unless their inclusion is expressly agreed in writing.
1.2 In these terms:
1.2.1 "we" and "us" means The Brussels Watch Ltd. a company registered in England under number 7162285 with registered office at The Brussels Watch ltd, 20-22 Wenlock Road, London, England N17GU.
the “Materials” means the information provided as part of the “Services”;
1.2.3 the "Services" means the provision of news related commercial information.
2. The Services
2.1 For operational and/or regulatory reasons we may vary the form of the Services from time to time.
2.2 The Materials are protected by copyright which belongs either to us or our licensors.
2.3 We have used our best efforts in collecting and preparing the Materials. However, we do not represent or warrant that the information contained in the Materials is complete or free from error and we do not assume and expressly disclaim any liability to any persons for any loss or damage caused by errors or omissions in the Materials. Opinions are given in good faith by their author but are not statements of fact.
Payment by you for the Services is annually in advance in a currency accepted by us.
4. Your Obligations
You agree that you will:
neither copy nor reproduce the Materials;
4.2 indemnify us against all and any losses we may incur as a result of any breach by you of the terms of this contract.
5.1 Either you or we can terminate this contract at any time by giving three months’ written notice to the other, such notice to expire on an anniversary of its start.
5.2 In addition to the termination rights set out earlier, we may, at any time and at our sole option, either suspend your access to the Services under this contract until you give suitable undertakings or terminate this contract immediately if:
5.2.1 you breach any term of this contract; or
5.2.2 any fee or charge remains unpaid by you for more than 14 days after it is due.
6. Right to cancel
This clause only applies if you are a consumer
6.1 When you order the Services from us you have the right to cancel your contract with us in respect of the Services, without charge, by notice in writing to us within seven working days of the start of the Services.
6.2 In such circumstances we will reimburse to you, within 30 days of notification of cancellation, the charges you paid for the Services.
7.1 We warrant to you that we will seek to supply the Services with reasonable skill and care. We accept liability for our own negligence, but only to the extent stated in this clause.
7.2 Nothing in this contract shall be construed as restricting or excluding our liability for death or personal injury resulting from our negligence or for fraud or, to the extent that such rights may not be contracted out of, as affecting the statutory rights of any person dealing as a consumer.
7.3 Our liability to you under this contract shall not exceed the amount paid by you for the Services over the previous 12 months.
7.4 Subject to the immediately preceding sub-clause, we shall be liable to you in respect of all direct loss or damage caused by our acts or omissions other than Excluded Loss. In this clause the expression "Excluded Loss" means all special loss (whether or not the possibility of such loss arising on a particular breach of contract or duty has been brought to our attention at the time of making this contract) and loss, corruption or destruction of data or loss of profits, business or anticipated savings, whether incurred directly or indirectly, either in contract, tort (including negligence) or otherwise.
7.5 For the avoidance of doubt, in no event shall either party be liable to the other for any indirect or consequential loss of any nature and howsoever caused.
8. Force Majeure
We are not liable for any breach of this contract caused by matters beyond our reasonable control, including, but not limited to, Acts of God, fire, lightning, explosion, war, disorder, flood, industrial disputes, failures or interruptions of electricity supplies, weather of exceptional severity or acts of local or central Government or other authorities.
9.1 You are not entitled to transfer or assign this contract without our prior written consent. We may assign or sub-contract this contract or any part of it.
9.2 Any notice required or permitted to be given by you to us shall be at our registered office or principal place of business and any notice required or permitted to be given by us to you shall be at the address notified to us during your registration for the Services.
9.3 No waiver or any amendment to these terms shall be effective unless in writing and signed by both you and us.
9.4 A person who is not a party to these terms may not enforce any of them under the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999.
9.5 If any dispute arises out of these terms the parties will attempt in good faith to negotiate a settlement. If the matter is not resolved by negotiation we will both attempt to settle it by mediation in accordance with the Centre for Dispute Resolution (CEDR) Model Mediation Procedure (see www.cedr.co.uk). Unless otherwise agreed, the mediator shall be appointed by CEDR. If the parties fail to agree terms of settlement within 42 days of the start of the first meeting held under such procedure, the dispute may be referred to litigation by either party.
9.6 This contract shall be governed by the laws of England and we both agree to submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts.