TREND 2000 Ltd
Terms and Conditions
- TREND 2000’s charges for the Review process are provided on the Trend 2000 Ltd website. These charges may vary from time to time but remain valid for the completion of works accepted for Review.
- VAT invoices for work commissioned and accepted shall be submitted by TREND 2000 prior to commencement of the Review.
- No Reviews will be started without receipt of payment unless agreed in writing by a Director of Trend 2000. If the Client fails to make payment as required in such agreement or if the client shall go into liquidation or has a Receiver or Administrator appointed then TREND 2000 shall have a right to cancel any contract and discontinue any work and all sums owing at that time shall become immediately payable as a debt to TREND 2000.
- All conclusions, recommendations and forecasts in the Review and any subsequent report, letter or communication, both verbal and written, are made in good faith and on the basis of the information available to TREND 2000 at the time whether from the Client or information which is in the public domain and the validity thereof will depend, among other factors, on the effective co-operation of the Client, and the Client’s staff. Hence, no condition, warranty or representation, expressed or implied, is given as to the results or performance obtained or to be obtained from the services provided by TREND 2000 and the Client shall be responsible for the proper adaption of TREND 2000’s recommendations to the Client’s own circumstances. TREND 2000 cannot warrant that the work will be outside the scope of any patent or registered design, and will not be liable to the client for any loss or claim which is not reasonably foreseeable on acceptance of the Proposal.
- TREND 2000 shall not be liable for any consequential or indirect loss suffered by the Client whether this loss arises from a breech of duty in contract or tort or in any other way (including loss arising from TREND 2000’s negligence).
- In order to protect the interest of Clients, all TREND 2000 Staff are employed under a Service Contract which specifically forbids the unauthorised disclosure of confidential information. TREND 2000 will use its best endeavours to keep confidential all information supplied by the Client related to the proposal under review. Trend 2000 will also destroy any paper copies made and erase any files containing the proposal or material therefrom on completion of the Review.
- Reports submitted and advice given by TREND 2000 are for the use of the Client concerned only and are not to be reproduced or disclosed to third parties without prior consent confirmed in writing by a Director of TREND 2000.
- For the avoidance of doubt, subject to Clause 10 time shall not be of the essence, and TREND 2000 shall incur no liability to the Client in respect of any failure to complete the work or any part thereof by any date specified whether in the website or otherwise.
- If the client fails to provide the necessary documentation to enable Trend 2000 to undertake the Review once the Review has been commissioned and paid for by the client the payment will be returned less an administration charge of 25%.
- Unless otherwise agreed in writing by the client if any Review is not completed within 1 day of the relevant proposal submission deadline as stated on the proposal-checker web site due to any failing of TREND 2000 the fee paid will be refunded in full.
- Work done or services undertaken are subject to the above Terms and Conditions and all other conditions, warranties and representations, expressed in writing by a Director of TREND 2000.
- This contract is governed in all respects by English Law and the Parties submit to the jurisdiction of the English courts.
- Any dispute, controversy, or claim arising out of or relating to this transaction which can not be settled amicably shall be referred to the Arbitration of a person to be mutually agreed upon or failing agreement within fourteen days of receipt of such notice of some person appointed by the President of the Law Society for the time being. The Submission to Arbitration shall be within the meaning of the Arbitration Acts 1950 or any statutory modification or re-enactment thereof.
- The parties hereby agree that if any part of these Conditions be found to be unreasonable, invalid, or unlawful under any enactment or Rule of Law pertaining thereto the Arbitrator, court or other competent Tribunal shall have power to strike out, over-ride or amend the unreasonable, invalid or unlawful part or parts aforesaid. In such an event the relevant provision or provisions shall be replaced with an enforceable or legally valid provision or provisions such as to give effect as nearly as possible to the original intentions. Such replacement clause(s) shall be deemed to have been originally written in its (their) form as so varied.