Terms & Conditions

 

 Terms and Conditions of Trade for IQ Legal Training Limited

 

WEBINARS:

By booking a webinar and using the invitation to attend provided by IQ Legal Training Limited any delegate agrees to be bound by these terms and conditions.

PAYMENT:

Payment of the webinar fee is due by bank transfer (unless otherwise agreed) 14 days from the date of the invoice or before the date of the webinar if sooner. The delegate and firm and/or organisation named on the booking form or placing the booking by any other means shall be jointly and severally liable for payment of the webinar fee.


CANCELLATIONS & REFUNDS:

Cancellation by delegates
Cancellations must be in writing. For bookings cancelled at least 14 days (by 5.00pm) prior to the webinar date the webinar fee will be refunded. For bookings cancelled at least 24 hours prior to the webinar date 50% of the webinar fee shall be payable.
Where a booking is cancelled and 50% of the webinar fee is paid credit will be given for the payment and will be used as a credit for another course or webinar.

Cancellation by IQ Legal Training Limited
Should it be necessary to cancel a webinar IQ Legal Training Limited does not accept responsibility for travel, accommodation or other costs which may have been incurred by any delegate.

 

SUBSTITUTIONS:

Delegates may be substituted at any time at no additional cost.


COPYRIGHT AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY:

Copyright and all intellectual property rights in webinar materials remains vested in IQ Legal Training Limited or (where appropriate) the speaker.


DISCLAIMER:

Webinar materials (notes, slides and any other materials) and the content of the webinar delivered by the presenter and provided to delegates are prepared solely for training purposes only and do not and cannot substitute legal advice.
Speakers, authors, and IQ Legal Training Limited cannot accept responsibility for loss occasioned to delegates or any other person or organisation arising from any reliance; including reliance on any content for the purposes of giving advice to third parties.


RELEVANT LAW:

These conditions shall be subject to English Law and disputes and/or differences arising shall be determined by proceedings in the English courts.
A person who is not a party to this agreement shall have no rights under the Contract (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 to enforce any of its terms.
IQ Legal Training Limited reserves the right to alter the webinar content, speaker or venue where necessary.