UK Rigging Terms and Conditions

UK Rigging Terms and Conditions

Effective date: April 08, 2015

For the purpose of these conditions, ”The Company” shall be deemed to refer to “Concert Lights (UK) Ltd.”  trading as UK Rigging and “The Customer” to any company, partnership or individual who shall enter into any hire agreement with Concert Lights (UK) Ltd which under the terms of English Law might be defined as a contract.

All equipment hired remains the property of the Company.

Hire charges are based on the period of the contract irrespective of whether or not the equipment is in use.

Hire commences upon delivery to or collection by the customer and ceases upon return to the company.

Equipment hired will be entirely at the customer’s risk during the hire period and the customer will be responsible for any loss or damage thereto howsoever arising. The Customer undertakes responsibility for insuring equipment against “all risks” to the full replacement value. Any loss or damage to the equipment is to be reimbursed to the Company by the Customer to the full replacement value thereof.

The Customer will be responsible for ensuring that any relevant regulations, rules, or statutory provisions governing, or relating to, the use of the hired equipment are complied with during the period of the hire and the Company in no way assumes liability for the consequences of any non-compliance with any such regulations, rules or statutory provisions.

Equipment will be supplied to the customer in normal working order, the Company’s liability for any defect, or failure of the equipment hired is limited to the rectification of any defect or failure arising from normal usage.

The customer undertakes to ensure that the Company’s equipment shall not be used for any purposes beyond its capacity or in any manner likely to result in undue deterioration of the equipment.

The company cannot be  responsible for any injuries to personnel or damage to property consequential to and arising from any improper use of equipment by the customer or by any other person, whether or not authorised by the Customer, during the period of hire.

Equipment must not be altered or modified in any way. Any damage to, or failure of, or defect in equipment must be notified to the Company within 24 hours of its occurrence, and confirmed in writing within three working days of initial notification. In the absence of such notification the Customer will be charged with the cost of repair or replacement.

The Customer will, at the Company’s request advise the location of the equipment during the period of hire. No equipment may be taken outside the Mainland of Great Britain, either to any offshore island or to any foreign country without the written permission of the Company.

It is the express condition of the hire that the Customer shall not offer for hire to any third party or parties any equipment, which is the property of the Company, without the written consent of the Company.

If the agreed hire charges are not paid on the due date then the Company will reserve the right to repossess the hired items and will not be liable for any damages or loss which may be suffered by the customer as a consequence of such repossession.

In the event of equipment ordered not being available for hire through circumstances beyond the control of the Company, the Company reserves the right to substitute equipment of a similar quality for all or part of the duration of the hire.

No information or data contained in any of the Company’s catalogues or price lists shall be deemed to constitute any part of a contract of hire, such information being for the purpose of general description only.

Before issuing any equipment the company may require a deposit from the customer which may be any sum up to the full replacement value of the equipment hired. Similarly, may, at its discretion require payment of the full hire charge in advance.

Property in the goods shall only pass to the purchaser from the date payment in full of all sums payable to the vendor in respect thereof until such goods remain the absolute property of the vendor.

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