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1. Welcome to the ADR Chamber website, www.adrc.co.za (“the website”). The purpose of the website is to provide information about ADR Chambers. The website is owned by ADR Chambers and is located Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, Republic of South Africa.
2. By accessing and using the website, you, the user, agree to be bound by the terms and conditions that are set out in this notice. If you do not wish to be bound by these terms and conditions, then you may not access, display, use, download and/or otherwise copy or distribute any of the content of this website.
3. You agree that your use of this website is for lawful purposes only. You agree that you will not use this website for any unlawful purpose, including but not limited to: the commission of a criminal offence; to gain unauthorized access to other computer systems; or for the transmission of unlawful material.
4. You agree to access and use this site entirely at your own risk. Choice of law
5. This website is owned and operated within the Republic of South Africa. Therefore, these terms and conditions are governed by the laws of the Republic of South Africa, and the user consents to the jurisdiction of the KwaZulu-Natal Local Division of High Court in the event of any dispute.
6. While every effort is made to ensure that the information provided on the website is current and accurate, you should not assume that the information on the website is always current or accurate, and other sources of this information should be consulted before making any decision to act on the information displayed on this website.
7. We respect the privacy of all visitors to this site. You may use this site without providing any personal information, except for registering as a user. This information will assist us in providing a much better experience and so that we can continually assess the popularity of the site and improve it for our visitors, we collect information on the number of visits to the site, pages viewed etc.
8. ADR Chambers retains copyright in the website and all current and future content that is displayed on the website, which is not owned by third parties. In terms of a limited license, granted for general use, ADR Chambers grants you, the user, subject to these terms and conditions, a non-exclusive, non-transferable, limited and revocable right to access, display, use, download and otherwise copy the current and future content of the website for your personal, non-commercial and informational purposes only. The website owner grants the user the permission to copy and distribute the information from the website provided that it notifies ADR Chamber of such use and provided that the source of the information is acknowledged by reference to the source. The website and content may not be reproduced, duplicated, copied, resold or otherwise exploited for any commercial purpose without the express, prior written consent of ADR Chambers.
9. We value comments received from visitors to our site. However, you agree not to transmit any material that is unlawful or harmful, defamatory, abusive, threatening, vulgar or obscene. You remain liable to any third party for your comments, and ADR Chambers is not liable to any third party regarding the content of your comments.
10. This website provides links to other websites. The fact that we have such links must not be construed as constituting any relationship or endorsement of the linked third party, and reliance on all information and content provided by the external link is done so at your own risk. No endorsement of products, or services, is intended, nor is criticism implied of those not mentioned. Third-party advertising and promotional material may be displayed on the site from time to time, and the display of such material should not be construed as ADR Chamber endorsing or creating any relationship between ADR Chamber and that third party. Reliance on any such promotional or advertising material is entirely at your own risk.Linking
11. Any third party wishing to link the website to their website must obtain permission from ADR Chambers by directing such request to email@example.com, and permission may be granted on terms and conditions agreed.Exclusion of liability
12. It is a term and condition of the use of this site that you expressly agree that the use of the site is entirely at your own risk. The website and all content on the website is provided on an “as is” basis and ADR Chambers makes no representations or warranties of any kind whether express or implied to the accuracy of the contents on the website. ADR Chambers does not warrant that the functions provided by the site will be uninterrupted or error free, or that the site or the server is free from viruses or other harmful components.
13. ADR Chambers, its owners, directors, employees, officials, suppliers, agents and / or representatives shall not be liable for any loss or damage, whether direct, indirect or consequential, or any expense of any nature whatsoever, which may be suffered by you the user, which arises directly or indirectly upon reliance of the website and / or its content.
14. ADR Chambers, its agents or suppliers shall not be responsible for any direct or indirect special consequential or other damage of any kind whatsoever suffered or incurred by you related to your use of, or your inability to access or use the content or the website or any functionality of the website or of any linked website even where ADR Chambers is expressly advised thereof.
15. You will indemnify ADR Chambers, its owners, directors, employees, officials, agents, suppliers or representatives and keep them fully indemnified, from and against any loss or damage suffered or liability incurred in respect of any third party, which arises from your use of this website. Contact details for any purposes related to these terms and conditions.
This refers to the disclosure of information which, may cause financial prejudice to ADR Chambers, expose ADR Chambers to legal risks or damage ADR Chamber’s reputation. Such information pertains to confidential Information which is critical to ADR Chambers business operations.
Examples of Information classified as Confidential include, but is not limited to: marketing information, clients and suppliers of ADR Chambers, personnel & payroll files, and internal information which is for exclusive internal use and which, if lost, corrupted or disclosure without proper authorisation would result in business, financial or other loss.
Before such internal information may be disclosed or distributed to third parties, written authorisation or approval from the information owner must be obtained. Restricted for use within the company.
The said information excludes information which is in the public domain, such as but not limited to annual reports, press statements, corporate, public relations and marketing materials disclosed by ADR Chamber’s authorised individuals.
Links from ADR Chamber’s website to other websites if any, or references to services or publications other than those of ADR Chambers do not imply the endorsement or approval of such websites, services or publications by ADR Chambers.
(A) The ADR Chambers Service Provider Directory is an online Service Provider Directory which offers a paid advertising platform for natural persons only to advertise their services as Conciliators, Mediators and Arbitrators.
(B) These Advertising Terms and Conditions (Terms) are between you (Client) and ADR Chambers (Proprietary) Limited (Reg. No. 2016/181763/07) (Website Owner) and governs the publication of your advertising on our Website.
(C) Your request to publish your advertisement on the Website is conditional on your acceptance of and compliance with these Terms. By proceeding you agree to be bound by these Terms. You may use the Website only in compliance with these Terms and all applicable laws.
Agreement means – this agreement and the Annexures annexed to this agreement;
Confidential Information means – any information, whether oral, written, electronic or any other form:
(a) which relates to the business, services, techniques, intellectual property, standards, designs, methods of operation, research and information of the Website Owner or the Client;
(b) which is of a confidential or sensitive nature, which is marked or denoted as confidential or which a reasonable person to whom that information is disclosed or to whose knowledge the information comes would consider confidential; and
(c) which is disclosed by the Website Owner or the Client to the other, directly or indirectly, or otherwise comes to the knowledge of that party in relation to or in connection with this Agreement;
Fees means – the fees payable as published on the Chamber’s website from time to time;
Intellectual Property means – copyright, all rights conferred under statute, common law or equity in relation to inventions (including patents), registered and unregistered trademarks, registered and unregistered designs, look and feel, circuit layouts and all other rights resulting from intellectual activity in, but not limited to, the industrial, scientific, literary or artistic fields;
Intellectual Property Rights means – any and all intellectual and commercial property rights throughout the world and shall include, without limitation, copyright, trademarks, designs, patents, knowhow and trade secrets, whether or not now existing and whether or not registered or registrable and includes applications for and any right to apply for the registration of such rights and includes all renewals and extensions;
Advert means – an advertisement or promotion or other information, images and content provided by the Client to the Website Owner for Publication;
Minimum Term means – the minimum period of the term of this Agreement as specified in Annexure "A" ;
Publish or Publication means – the act of the Website Owner placing the advert on the Website, where it can be viewed publicly; and
Website means – the ADR Chambers “website” operated by the Website Owner served from the domain www.adrc.co.za
In this Agreement, except to the extent that the context otherwise requires:
(a) words expressed in the singular include the plural and vice versa;
(b) an agreement obligation, representation or warranty on the part of two or more persons binds then jointly and severally;
(c) words expressed in one gender include the other gender, as is appropriate in the context; and
(d) the reference to “person” means a natural person.
2.1 This Agreement will commence on the date when the advert is published on the Website Owner website and continue for the term specified in Annexure 1.
2.2 Either party may terminate this Agreement by providing 1 (one) calander month’s written notice (“Termination Notice”) to the other party.
2.3 If a party breaches its obligations under this Agreement, the other party may terminate the Agreement by sending a ten (10) days’ notice in writing. Upon receiving such notice, the defaulting party shall have ten (10) days from the date of such notice to cure any such default. If the default is not cured within the required ten (10) day period, the party providing notice shall have the right to terminate this Agreement.
2.4 Termination for breach will not alter or affect the terminating party’s right to exercise any other remedies for breach.
2.5 The Website Owner may terminate this agreement on providing five (5) days’ written notice to the Client if:
2.5.1 The Website Owner no longer intends to operate the Website; or
2.5.2 The Website Owner no longer intends to offer advertising of the type required by the Client on the Website.
3.1 As consideration for the publication of the advert, the Client must:
(a) pay the fees specified in Annexure 2 (Fees); and
(b) observe and be bound by the terms of this Agreement.
3.2 The Website Owner will not publish the content unless the fee has been paid by the Client. The Website Owner reserves the right to suspend the advert posted on the website in the event of non-payment of the fees.
3.3 The Fees must be paid in the manner specified in Annexure "C" .
3.4 Upon termination of this Agreement for any reason by either party, any outstanding Fees are immediately due and payable to the Website Owner.
4.1 In consideration of payment of the fees, the Website Owner will publish on the Website Owner’s specially designed Service Provider Directory.
4.2 The Website Owner may, in its absolute and sole discretion and for any reason, refuse to publish the advert. If it does so, the Website Owner will then liaise with the Client and attempt to rectify any issues.
4.3 The Client is responsible for providing to the Website Owner all relevant, accurate and complete information, images or other content relating to the advert prior to its publication. Any advert published by the Website Owner will be entirely based on the information provided by the Client.
4.4 All adverts must conform to any standards issued by the Website Owner from time to time. The Client acknowledges that Website Owner will not be responsible or liable for the quality of any portion of the Advertisement that does not meet the established mechanical criteria. If at any time Client desires to modify its content, it shall provide a written request to Owner specifying in detail the modification desired. Owner shall, within a reasonable time, effectuate the modifications to the content.
4.5 The Client warrants that the advert:
(a) is accurate and complete;
(b) is decent, honest and truthful;
(c) is not offensive or obscene;
(d) will not harm the reputation of the Website Owner or the Website;
(e) is not false or misleading;
(f) does not breach the statutory laws of the Republic of South Africa and/or any other applicable law;
(g) does not breach any third party Intellectual Property Rights; and
(h) does not breach any other contractual or proprietary rights of third parties.
4.6 The Client acknowledges that the Website Owner does not sponsor, endorse or make any representations about the content of the advert or the Client. The Client shall be fully responsible and liable for the content contained in the advertisement. The Website Owner is not responsible for, and in no way warrants, guarantees, or ratifies, the representations made or implied in the advert and its content.
4.7 If, in the reasonable opinion of the Website Owner, the Client is in breach of clause 4.5 , the Website Owner may delete or remove from the Website an advert or any part of an advert.
5.1 The Website Owner will make every reasonable endeavour to maintain access to the Website on a 24-hour basis but does not warrant that the Website will be operational, accessible, uninterrupted or error free at all times or that the Website is suitable for any particular purpose.
5.2 The Website may not be accessible when being maintained or updated and when the Website’s internet service provider is unable to provide access to the Website Owner.
6.1 Each party acknowledges that the other party’s Intellectual Property (including Intellectual Property which is licensed to either party) is extremely important and valuable and is the property of the owning party.
6.2 Each party acknowledges that it has no right, title or interest in or to the Intellectual Property of the other party.
6.3 Neither party shall use the Intellectual Property of the other party without prior written consent.
6.4 The Client grants the Website Owner a limited, non-transferable, non-exclusive license to copy, use, store, set up, publicly display, publicly perform and transmit the Client’s Advertisement (including any trade names, trademarks and service marks shown) during the term of this Agreement and solely in connection with this Agreement. Upon termination of this Agreement, the Website Owner will remove the Client’s advertisement, destroy all copies of it and cease further display of the Advertisement. The Client retains all right, title and interest including copyright and other proprietary or intellectual property rights in the content of the Advertisement, Client’s trade names, trademarks and service marks therein.
6.5 Nothing in this Agreement grants Client any right to use the name, trademark, or service mark of Website Owner in any advertisement, sales promotion, or press release without Website Owner’s prior written approval.
6.6 The Client acknowledges that the contents of the Website Owner website, including, without limitation, all trade names, trademarks, service marks, content, text, images, software, functionality, page and other design and layout, media and other materials therein, is proprietary to or licensed by Owner, protected under copyright, trademark and other intellectual property laws and such contents may not be reproduced without the consent of Website Owner.
7.1 Both parties agree to keep the Confidential Information of the other party confidential.
7.2 Both parties must:
(a) not disclose any Confidential Information to anyone else except as permitted under this Agreement;
(b) limit the disclosure of the Confidential Information within its own organisation or to those of its officers and employees to whom such disclosure is strictly necessary for the purposes of this Agreement; and
(c) not use the name of the other party in publicity releases, advertising or promotion of the party unless the other party has given its written consent (which shall not be unreasonably withheld).
7.3 The obligations of confidentiality in clause 7.2 will not apply to information which:
(a) is generally available in the public domain except where it is as a result of a breach of this Agreement by a party;
(b) was known prior to the disclosure of the information by the other party; or
(c) is required to be disclosed by an applicable law or court order.
7.4 The obligations imposed under this clause 7 will survive the termination of this Agreement.
7.5 The Client warrants that it has the right and authority to enter into and perform its obligations under this Agreement, that
(i) the Advertisement shall conform to the description and specifications set forth by Website Owner;
(ii) the Advertisement shall not constitute or be the subject of a notice or claim of any false designation of origin, false advertising or unfair competition under the law of any country;
(iii) the Advertisement does not and shall not contain or be alleged to contain any content, work, name, mark, designation, materials or link that actually or potentially violates any applicable law or regulation, or infringes any proprietary, intellectual property, contract or tort right of any person or misappropriates a person’s trade secret, name, likeness or identity.
7.6 The administrator reserves the right to amend your profile in accordance with the ADRC e-directory guidelines.
8.1 The Client will indemnify and keep the Website Owner indemnified from and against any damages, liabilities, claims, losses or expenses suffered or incurred, whether directly or indirectly, by the Website Owner as a result of:
(a) the Publication or non-publication of an advert or any part of an advert;
(b) any third party allegation of ownership in an Intellectual Property Right;
(c) any breach by the Client of the warranties contained in clause 4.5;
(d) any breach by the Client of this Agreement; and
(e) otherwise in connection with the publishing of the advert.
9.1 To the maximum extent permitted by applicable law, the Website Owner (and its subsidiaries, affiliates, officers, employees, agents, servants, and/or directors) will not be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, special, consequential or punitive damages, including without limitation, loss of profits, data, use, good-will, or other intangible losses, resulting from:
(a) the performance of the terms of this Agreement;
(b) the Publication or non-publication of an advert or any part of an advert;
(c) the Client’s access to or use of, or inability to access or use, the Website;
(d) any conduct or content of any third party, including without limitation, any defamatory, offensive or illegal conduct of third parties;
(e) any inaccuracy of any information on the Website; and
(f) the Client’s dealings with any other third party.
9.2 The Website Owner’s total liability under this Agreement with respect to the advert, regardless of cause of theory of recovery, will not exceed the total amount of fees paid by the Client to the Website Owner.
Any notices, invoices, or reports required by this Agreement shall be deemed received on –
(a) the day of delivery if delivered by hand during the receiving party’s normal business hours or by facsimile before or during the receiving party’s normal business hours; or
(b) on the seventh (7th) day (after the date of postage) if despatched by prepaid registered mail.
(a) Disputes or differences arising between the parties under or in connection with this Agreement must in the first instance be settled, if possible, by negotiation between the parties in good faith.
(b) If by negotiation the parties fail to reach agreement, then the parties shall, without prejudice to any other right or entitlement they may have pursuant to this Agreement or otherwise, explore whether the dispute can be resolved by agreement between them using informal dispute resolution techniques such as negotiation, mediation, independent expert appraisal or any other alternative dispute resolution technique.
(a) Nothing contained or implied in this Agreement constitutes a party, the directors, servants, agent or legal representative of the other party for any purpose, or creates any partnership, employment, agency or trust. Neither party has the authority to bind the other party in any way.
(b) Any variation to this Agreement must be in writing and signed by both parties.
(c) No waiver by either party of any provisions of this Agreement will amount to a continuing waiver of any other provision of this Agreement unless made in writing and signed by the party against whom the waiver would have been enforced.
(d) If any part of this Agreement is held to be invalid or unenforceable in any way, the remaining provisions will not be affected and remain in full force for the term of this Agreement.
(e) This Agreement, together with any attachments and/or annexures referred to herein, constitutes the entire agreement between the parties with respect to its subject matter, and supersedes all prior agreements, proposals, negotiations, representations or communications relating to the subject matter. Both parties acknowledge that they have not been induced to enter into this Agreement by any representations or promises not specifically stated herein.
(f) These terms will be governed by the laws of the Republic of South Africa and the parties consent to the jurisdiction of the local division of the KwaZulu-Natal High Court.
(g) The advertisements shall not contain:
(i) any content promoting the use of alcohol, tobacco or illegal substances; nudity, sex, pornography, or adult-oriented content;
(ii) any content which is explicative or inappropriate language;
(iii) content promoting illegal activity, racism, hate, “spam”, mail fraud, pyramid schemes, or investment opportunities or advice which is not permitted under law;
(iv) content that is libellous, defamatory, contrary to public policy or otherwise unlawful or any other content deemed inappropriate by the Website Owner in its sole discretion. Use of any such inappropriate content by the Client will result in the suspension, termination and removal of the Advertisement or any other action deemed necessary by the Owner in its sole discretion.
(h) The Website Owner reserves the right to review and approve the suitability of the advertisement submitted. Website Owner may reject or cancel any Advertisement for any reason which it believes in good-faith to be detrimental. If the Owner so rejects Client’s Advertisement or terminates its display, then this Agreement shall be terminated, and Website Owner will return any prepaid advertising fees to Client.
(i) The services and site are provided “as is” without warranty of any kind, express or implied and any use of the services or website are at Client’s sole risk. The Website Owner does not warrant that the services or website will be uninterrupted or error free, nor does Website Owner make any warranty as to the performance or any results that may be obtained by use of the services or Website. The Website Owner makes no other warranties, express or implied, including, without limitation, any implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, concerning the subject matter of this agreement.
(j) The Website Owner shall have the right to assign any of its rights under this Agreement, or delegate the performance of any of the obligations or duties hereunder, without the prior written consent of the Client.
Monthly in advance (No fixed term contract subject to 1 calendar month’s notice in the event of cancellation is required)
Service Provider Listing – Monthly Fee of R300.00 is applicable (exclusive of VAT).
Payment is on presentation of invoice and by direct transfer, or direct debit into the Chambers banking account –
In these terms and conditions, the singular shall include the plural.
"the Chamber" means the ADR CHAMBERS.
"Booking Party" means any party which books a room or other services or facilities from the Chamber.
"Non-Booking Party" means any other party by which, together with the Booking Party, the room or other services or facilities booked by the Booking Party are to be used.
“Client” means the Booking Party and the Non-Booking Party, together, once the Non-Booking Party has acknowledged to the Chamber the confirmation of a booking, in accordance with Clause 2.3.
"Premises" means the rooms available for at premises, or any other premises where the Chamber provides hearing and other such facilities and related services from time to time.
2.1 The Booking Party shall, when making a booking, advise the Chamber of the name and contact details of any Non-Booking Party.
2.2 Upon a booking being made by the Booking Party, whether for use by the Booking Party alone, or for use by the Booking Party and any Non-Booking Party, the Booking Party shall be solely liable for any and all charges payable in accordance with Clauses 3 and 4, below, unless and until any Non-Booking Party becomes jointly and severally liable with the Booking Party in accordance with Clause 2.3.
2.3 The Chamber will confirm, with a copy of these terms and conditions, such booking, in writing to the Booking Party and the Non- Booking Party, if any, and, upon acknowledgement by any Non-Booking Party, in writing to the Chamber, of such confirmation, the Booking Party and such Non-Booking Party shall become jointly and severally liable for any and all charges payable in accordance with Clauses 3 and 4, below.
3.1 The charges for the hire of rooms and the provision of additional services shall be in accordance with the Chamber’s published prices at the time a booking is made. Payment shall be made by bank transfer directly into the Chamber’s banking account.
3.2 A deposit of 50% of the charges for the hire of the room is payable by the Client or, prior to confirmation of the booking by any Non- Booking Party, the Booking Party, once the booking has been made.
4.1 The booking of a room and/or facilities may only be cancelled by the Client, or, prior to confirmation of the booking by any Non- Booking Party, the Booking Party.
4.2 In the event of a cancellation, the Client, or, prior to confirmation of the booking, by any Non-Booking Party, the Booking Party, will pay the following charges:
4.2.1 If the cancellation is notified to the Chamber 30 days or more prior to the first day of the period booked: a sum equivalent to 25% of the charge for the hire of the room for the period cancelled.
4.2.2. If the cancellation is notified to the Chamber less than 30 days, but more than 14 days, prior to the first day of the period booked: a sum equivalent to 75% of the charge for the hire of the room for the period cancelled.
4.2.3. If the cancellation is notified to the Centre less than 14 days prior to the first day of the period booked: 100% of the charge for the hire of the room for the period cancelled.
4.3 Cancellations must be notified to the Chamber in writing and will only be effective on the date such notice in writing is received by the Chamber (or the next working day if the notice is received on a day the Chamber is otherwise closed for business).
4.4 The Chamber may, without incurring any liability, refuse to accept a booking, and, up to a period of five days prior to the beginning of the hire period, and in its sole discretion, terminate the hire.
5.1 All accounts shall be settled in full upon presentation of invoice. Invoices shall be rendered by the Chamber at the end of the period of room hire. Payment shall be made by cash/cheque or bank transfer into the Chamber’s bank account.
6.1 The Client or Booking Party shall provide to the Chamber, in writing, and no later than seven days prior to the first day of the period booked, a full programme for the event taking place on the Premises during the hire period, and a complete list of individuals who will be attending the Premises in connection with the event.
7.1 The Client or the Booking Party shall be entitled to use the room hired by it between the hours of 08.00 and 17.00 on Mondays to Fridays during the period of hire. Any extension of these times shall be on terms to be agreed between the Client or the Booking Party and the Chamber.
8.1 The Chamber may be in a position to supply audio visual equipment for use by the Client or Booking Party on the Premises and for the duration of the hire period. The Client shall submit to the Chamber, in writing, any requirements for audio-visual equipment no less than seven days prior to the first day of the period booked. The hire of audio visual equipment is at the sole discretion of the Chamber, and may be subject to additional charges. Where the Chamber has agreed to supply audio-visual equipment and/or any projection equipment, such supply will not include the supply of services of staff. If the Chamber is not in a position to supply such equipment, the Client or Booking Party may bring with them to the Premises the required equipment, subject to written permission from the Chamber. The Client or Booking party shall ensure that no electrical equipment is used in such a way as to damage or otherwise interfere with electrical installations on the Premises.
9.1 Furniture and seating will be arranged by agreement between the Client or Booking Party and the Chamber. Details of seating and furniture layouts should be submitted to the Chamber no later than seven days prior to the first day of the period booked.
10.1. The hirer shall comply in all respects with the current Health and Safety regulations.
11.1 The Chamber accepts no responsibility for loss or damage to persons or property on the Premises for the purposes for which rooms have been hired from the Chamber by the Client or the Booking Party. The Client or the Booking Party is responsible for its own insurance for these purposes.
12.1 At the end of the period for which the Client or the Booking Party has hired a room, the Client or the Booking Party shall immediately vacate the Premises and remove all its property from the Premises.
12.2 The Chamber shall charge the Client or the Booking Party for any period that it or its property remains on the Premises after the period for which the Client or the Booking Party had hired a room.
12.3 The Chamber shall have the right to remove and discard anything left on the Premises after the hire period has ended.
13. Disruption of business
13.1 The Chamber shall take all reasonable steps to ensure that the use of the Premises as a hearing facility by the Client or by the Booking Party is not disrupted or interfered with by any other user of the Premises.
13.2 The Chamber reserves the right to terminate any room hire, without compensation or refund to the Client or the Booking Party, if the Client or the Booking Party or those invited onto the Premises by the Client or the Booking Party conduct themselves in a manner likely to cause a nuisance to, or to disrupt the business of, other users of the Premises.
13.3 The Chamber reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to require any person to leave the Premises and refuse to permit anything to be brought into, or require anything to be removed from the Premises.
14.1 The Client or Booking Party shall not permit more than the maximum number of people notified by the Chamber to be in any room at the one time. The Chamber shall have the right to require people in excess of the maximum permitted to leave the room.
15.1 The Client or the Booking Party shall treat the Premises, and the Chamber’s facilities and equipment with care. The Client or the Booking Party shall be responsible to the Chamber for any loss or damage caused to any of the Chamber’s property by the Client or the Booking Party or by any other person invited onto the premises by the Client or by the Booking Party. The Client or the Booking Party shall ensure that no person:
(i) fixes anything to the structure or contents of the room;
(ii) marks, soils, or damages the structure or contents of the room;
(iii) paints or constructs any object or structure inside the room;
(iv) leaves anything in, or in any way obstructs an emergency exit or any notice of any emergency exit.
15.2 The Client or Booking Party shall ensure that no hazardous substances, articles or equipment including but not limited to firearms are brought onto the Premises.
16.1 No films, photographs or videotapes of the Premises may be taken without prior written permission from the Chamber.
16.2 No smoking is permitted on the Premises. The Client or Booking Party shall not itself, nor permit any persons invited on the premised by the Client or by the Booking Party, to smoke on the Premises.
16.3 Any accident on the Premises must be reported immediately to a member of Chamber’s staff.
17.1 The Chamber reserves the right to substitute a room hired to a Client or the Booking Party but it will only do so where the conduct of the business of the Chamber reasonably requires. If the Chamber is prevented from conducting business at the whole or a part of the Premises as a result of any damage caused or threatened to the Premises or any other event or circumstance outside its control, it shall be entitled to cancel the whole or a part of any room hire and shall not be liable for any loss suffered by the Client or the Booking Party as a consequence.
18.1 The Client or the Booking Party hereby indemnifies and holds harmless the Chamber, its staff, directors, members and servants from any and all claims, liabilities, losses, charges, damages, expenses (including legal fees) of any kind whatsoever, which may be sustained by the Chamber as a result of a third party claim in connection with a breach by the Client or the Booking Party, or their employees and agents, of this agreement. The Client or Booking Party shall maintain adequate levels of insurance accordingly.
19.1 These terms and conditions shall be governed by and interpreted in accordance with South African law.
20.1 You acknowledge that ADR Chambers is not responsible for any damages of whatsoever nature that may occur, in the event of load shedding and/or any other interruption of electrical supply to the Premises during the period of hire.
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ADR Chambers provides a paid Service Provider Directory for CMA Practitioners to advertise their services on its website. The directory is for information purposes only.
The CMA Practitioners listed on the Chamber’s directory are independent third-party Service Providers and are in no way connected with the Chamber and listing of the CMA Practitioners name on the Chamber’s directory does not imply a partnership or association or any type of nexus legal or otherwise between the CMA Practitioners and the Chamber.
The information in the Directory is provided by the Service Providers, accordingly the Chamber does not warrant the accuracy or validity of the information, and hereby disclaims any liability to any person for any loss or damage caused by errors or omissions in this directory.
The Chamber in no way recommends or prefers any one CMA Practitioner over the other and users are cautioned that before acting on the information contained in this website or making a decision to engage the services of a CMA Practitioner listed on the Chamber’s directory, to make their own independent enquiries, assessments and seek advice before engaging a CMA Practitioner. In instances where the CMA Practitioner is a practising Advocate, Bar Council rules require that he/she must be briefed by an attorney.
The Chamber does not endorse the quality of services rendered by the CMA Practitioners listed and does not guarantee that all of the information on the directory is complete or accurate, or that the accuracy of every CMA Practitioner is verified.
The Chamber accepts no liability for any harm, damages or losses which any person(s) may suffer as a result of acting on or placing reliance in any information contained in the Chamber’s Service Provider Directory or elsewhere on the Chamber’s website.
By submitting this request to advertise your name as a Service Provider on the Chamber’s directory you confirm that the information provided by you is to the best of your knowledge true and correct.
The Chamber reserves the right to exclude or remove or withdraw any CMA Practitioner from its directory for any reason.
By viewing this Directory, you hereby accept and agree to be bound the terms and conditions.
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The on-line directory offers a comprehensive nationwide directory of services offered by Conciliators Mediators and Arbitrations
It is a cost effective way to promote and market your specialise service to a selected target market
On-line marketing increases your visibility, presence and exposure to a much greater audience
It gives you a digital footprint and creates brand awareness of your specific service within a target market
A professional appearance of your profile with your logo or photograph and other relevant information necessary to inform the user of your area of expertise
There is no fixed term contract. The ‘Pay as you Advertise policy’ gives you the flexibility to opt out – this means you are not locked into a fixed long term contract
You have access to Statistics report on the number of visitors to your site
A Star Rating scale on your profile measures user satisfactory of your services
The on-line "Talk to Me" feature affords the user to interact with you in real time
You can network with other services providers in your field and connect with each other to share information and ideas
The website is secure
A Star Rating scale on your profile measures user satisfactory of your services
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