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This is an agreement between R P Day & Co and you the site owner and relates to the provision of an Internet World Wide Web site and/or marketing/promotional services by R P Day & Co for the benefit of the site owner.

The price shall be subject to VAT unless otherwise stated. R P Day & Co may increase any price by giving 30 days notice in writing.

Payment may be made by credit card using the facilities on site or on receipt of our invoice. Invoices will be issued at monthly intervals. Payment shall be made within 28 days of the invoice. Each subsequent invoice will contain details of any variable or additional charges which have fallen due during the previous monthly period including services of a webmastering, marketing or similar nature and advertising. Payment shall be made in pounds sterling by cheque or bank transfer. Late payments shall be subject to the addition of interest in accordance with the Late Payment of Commercial Debt (Interest) Act formula, whether you are a qualifying company within the definition of that Act, or not.

Site Content
The site owner will be responsible for the content of the site and will supply all wordings in typed or printed form. Any photographs, logos or artwork should also be supplied unless agreed by R P Day & Co. R P Day & Co will retain copyright over the design, style and layout of the site and over any photographs, logos or artwork not provided by the site owner.

The site owner shall indemnify R P Day & Co in full (including solicitors costs and court fees) against all demands, loss or expenses including those of any other party in the event of any action or process arising out of any breach of this agreement or out of any information or other site content that it instructs R P Day & Co to include in the site.

The site owner or R P Day & Co may terminate this agreement by giving 30 days notice in writing and the agreement will then end on the expiry of the 30 day period or earlier with the agreement of both parties. R P Day & Co will retain copyrights over the design, style and layout of the site and over any photographs, logos or artwork not provided by the site owner for a period of 6 years from the termination of this agreement. Domains and hosting will not be transferred at the end of the contract period unless all outstanding invoices have been paid.

Failure by R P Day & Co to exercise or enforce any of its rights under this agreement shall not amount to a waiver of such rights nor shall it operate to bar the exercising of enforcement thereof at anytime thereafter.

Notices and Instructions
Any notice, message or instruction should be in written, typed or printed form and should be sent by post or otherwise delivered to ensure arrival. Additional methods such as facsimilie or email may be used but as an addition to hard copy of written, typed or printed form.

Force Majeure
R P Day & Co shall not be liable to the site owner for any loss or damage as a direct or indirect result of the supply of services being prevented, hindered, delayed or rendered uneconomic by reason of any act or thing beyond the reasonable control of R P Day & Co including but not limited to Act of God, war, riot, civil commotion, strike. lockout, trade dispute, labour disturbance, accident, illness, breakdown of plant, machinery or equipment, fire, flood, storm, difficulty or increased expense of obtaining workmen, services, supplies or transport or other circumstances affecting the supply of services.

This agreement shall be governed by English Law and the parties shall submit to the jurisdiction of the courts of England unless alternative jurisdiction is agreed by both parties. Any action or dispute should be decided in the city of Sheffield.