Terms and Conditionsoothadmin2023-04-05T16:53:51+01:00
Terms and Conditions
Whilst Every Care is taken by CLS Entertainments to ensure the safety of Children during the party, CLS Entertainments cannot be held responsible for accidents, injuries or Damage to Property, however caused, unless it is through the Gross Negligence of CLS Entertainments. This includes damage to property in the Venue, damage to the venue itself, or injuries to children or their supervising adults or parents.
CLS Entertainments is only responsible for the Entertainment of the Children during the party. Whilst CLS Entertainments will take its best endeavours to assist with the running of the party, CLS Entertainments accepts no responsibility for the Children present at the party. It is the sole responsibility of the Party Organiser to ensure sufficient Adult to Children Ratios are achieved, and CLS Entertainments staff cannot be included in these Ratios.
In most cases, the Snow Machine should not cause any damage to clothing, property or the venue. If any restrictions are in place by the Venue, it is the responsibility of the Party Organiser to ensure CLS Entertainments is fully aware of these restrictions prior to booking CLS Entertainments. Any damage to caused to the Venue, or penalties imposed upon CLS Entertainments by the venue for unauthorised use of the snow machine will be passed on to the Party Organiser in full.
CLS Entertainments requires payment to terms. Deposits are non-refundable. Payment must be made on time, in full, and without any deduction, set off or counterclaim. In the event that an account is outstanding, CLS Entertainments will refer the matter to our debt collection agents, Daniels Silverman Limited, which will incur costs any costs incurred to collect the debt will be added to the debt, plus VAT at the prevailing rate. You agree that you will be legally liable to pay us that surcharge, and that payment of the same can be enforced against you in court. You also agree to pay interest at the relevant reference rate provided for under the Late Payment of Commercial Debts (Interest) Act 1998, which interest is payable both after and before any judgment of the court and continues to accrue.”