Terms and Conditions

Platinum Discos Terms and Conditions

The Agreement

The Promoter engages the Service Provider to undertake the Services set out in the Booking
Form and the Service Provider agrees to provide the Services in return for the Service Fee in
accordance with the Booking Form

Fees & Payment

The Service Provider will indicate the preferred payment methods for any payments on the
Booking Form.

The nonrefundable Reservation Fee as specified on the Booking Form must be paid by
The Promoter, by the due date to secure any booking.

The Promoter hereby acknowledges that on booking the Services, the Service Provider reserves
the relevant hours/days, rejects all other works and embarks on preparation, etc. Therefore the
Promoter may cancel or amend this Agreement prior to the Commencement Date, such
cancellation or amendment shall be subject to giving written notice to the Service Provider and
the Promoter shall be liable to pay the following fees:

Cancellation Notice Period
On cancellation the Promoter shall pay the Service Provider

31 days or more prior to the Event Date
The Reservation Fee.
30 days or less prior to the Event Date
The full Service Fee.

The Service Fee will cover the Services as the number of hours performed. Any time over and
above the Services will be charged at the Service Provider’s overtime rate, which is detailed on
the Hire Agreement. If the performance has already started then this must be paid in cash to the
Service Provider prior to the start of the overtime period.

The Service Provider will provide receipts for all payments made.

The Balance Fee is due no later than the date shown on the Booking Form.

If the Promoter delays completion of the Services to a point where it becomes impossible
or unreasonable for the Service Provider to perform due to an act or omission, then the
Service Provider reserves the right to charge the full Service Fee.

Service Provider’s Obligations

In the unlikely event of the Service Provider being unable to appear for any reason, the Service
Provider reserves the right to fulfil it’s obligations by arranging for a suitable alternative to
appear in its place so that the function can proceed.

The Service Provider and his/her assistants will conduct themselves in a professional manner at
all times and will responder to the Promoter’s requests as to volume, placement of equipment
and any other reasonable matter.

The Service Provider will use reasonable endeavours to complete the Services in accordance
with the Booking Form and to observe all health and safety rules and regulations and other
reasonable security requirements that apply at the venue and that have been communicated.
The service provider reserves the right to alter or amend the service and equipment provided due to
operational reasons and especially in the case of poor access to the venue.

Promoter’s Obligations

The Promoter shall be liable to pay to the Service Provider, on demand, all reasonable costs,
charges or losses sustained or incurred by the Service Provider (including any direct, indirect or
consequential losses, loss of profit and loss of reputation, loss or damage to property and those
arising from injury to or death of any person and loss of opportunity to deploy resources
elsewhere) that arise directly or indirectly from the Promoter’s fraud, negligence, failure to
perform or delay in the performance of any of its obligations under this Agreement, subject to the
Service Provider confirming such costs, charges and losses to the Promoter in writing.

The Promoter will where practicable ensure that there is adequate access to the performance
area and parking nearby for the duration of the performance at no charge.

The Promoter must ensure that the Service Provider has access to two, safe and serviceable
13amp standard UK 230v sockets within 10 meters of the Service Provider’s working position or
performance area. If the Promoter cannot guarantee any of the above then they must immediately
notify the Service Provider.

The Promoter will allow the Service Provider sufficient time for any equipment to be set
up, dismantled and removed from the venue.

In cases where the Service Provider’s equipment has been left unattended for any period there is no
right for the Promoter, the Promoter’s guests or any other person to use such equipment.
The Promoter is responsible for the behaviour of all of their guests and for safeguarding the DJ and
all equipment against theft, damage or other risks from the moment of arrival to the moment of
final departure.
Any losses arising will be the liability of the promoter.

The Service Provider reserves the right to work in a non hostile environment. Abusive
behaviour towards the Service Provider and assistants will not be tolerated and will result in the
immediate termination of the performance. In such cases no refunds will be given.
The Promoter shall permit the Service Provider to display any marketing material at the venue.

The Promoter shall ensure that the Service Provider’s equipment can be properly set up as to not
obstruct any emergency exit route. In addition, the Promoter undertakes to be responsible for
ensuring that the venue is suitable and safe for the Services to be provided and that the Venue has a
suitable Public Liability Indemnity Insurance policy in place.

The Service Provider retains the right to terminate the Agreement and/or cancel any of the
Services provided in the event that the Promoter has failed to satisfy any of their obligations.

Limitation of Liability

The Services may contain loud music and/or strobe lighting. The Service Provider shall not be
liable for any injury resulting from the provision of the Services save that this clause shall not
exclude or limit the Service Provider’s liability for:

• Death or personal injury caused by the Service Provider’s negligence; or
• Fraud or fraudulent misrepresentation.

The Service Provider has obtained insurance cover in respect of its own public liability indemnity
for individual claims not exceeding £10,000,000 per claim. The Service Provider’s liability is
therefore limited to £10,000,000 and the Promoter is responsible for making its own
arrangements for the insurance of any excess loss.

Force Majeure

Neither the Service Provider nor the Promoter shall have any liability under or be deemed to be in
breach of this Agreement for any delays or failures in performance of this Agreement, which
result from circumstances beyond any reasonable control.

Intellectual Property and Data Protection

From time to time the Service Provider may take photographs or video at events. Unless expressly
forbidden by the Promoter, the Promoter is deemed to have agreed to such photographs and video
being taken and used to promote the business of the Service Provider.

Governing Law and Jurisdiction
This Agreement and any dispute or claim arising out of or in connection with it or its subject
matter or formation (including non contractual disputes or claims), shall be governed by, and
construed in accordance with, the law of Scotland, England, Wales or Northern Ireland.

The parties irrevocably agree that the courts of Scotland, England, Wales or Northern Ireland or any
other court with jurisdiction shall have exclusive jurisdiction to settle any dispute or claim that
arises out of or in connection with this Agreement or its subject matter or formation (including non
contractual disputes or claims).