These Terms and Conditions of Business are between Primley Design (the Company) and its clients (the Client) and are deemed to be accepted by the Client prior to commencement of any work.
- The company will register the domain in your name unless you requested otherwise in writing.
- The Company will produce a working demonstration version of the website to enable the Client to monitor and adjust during the design stage enabling it to be tailored to the exact requirements.
Written confirmation that the site is satisfactory together with balance of fees due must be received by the Company prior to the site being launched.
- The total cost of the package (domain registration, hosting and web design) will be given in writing at the start of the Project.
50% of the total amount is payable prior to commencement of the Project.
The remaining balance is due prior to launch.
- Cancellation during design stage is subject to 25% fee plus the cost of domain registration and hosting if already arranged.
Cancellation after the design is completed and ready for launch is subject to payment of the full fee.
- The Company will normally make a working demonstration available to the Client within 14 days from receipt of deposit.
Any variation to this will be discussed with the Client prior to commencement of the Project.
- The Company will not be liable under any circumstances for any loss, damage or expense suffered or incurred by the Client arising from any inability to access the site or loss of material on it.
- All material provided by the Client will be treated in strict confidence and under no circumstances will information be passed to a third party outside the frame of this Agreement.
- This Agreement shall be governed and construed in accordance with English Law and the parties submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts. If any part of this Agreement is declared by any judicial or other competent authority to be unenforceable or unlawful or if indications to that effect are received from any competent authority, such part shall be severed from the Agreement and the remaining parts of the Agreement shall remain in full force and effect.