T&Cs

Terms & Conditions

R and R For You General Trading Terms and Conditions

1.Definitions
1.1 The Company – R and R For You registered in England and Wales No. 8191214
1.2 The Client – An individual, Corporate body, firm or organisation
1.3 The Normal Working Hours – The normal working hours of The Company being 09-00am to 17-00, Monday to Friday (national bank holidays excluded)
1.4 Out of Hours – any time outside of The Normal Working Hours
1.5 The Fees – The hourly, or part thereof charge out rates
1.6 Payment – Payment of The Fees
1.7 Services – Any reasonable and lawful acts, services, deeds, works or purchases carried out by The Company at the request of or on behalf of The Client
1.8 Obligation – The Company’s right to refuse
1.9 Disbursements – Any costs The Company incurs as a direct result of its obligation to carry out The Services for The Client

2. Agreement
2.1 The Company agrees with The Client to provide The Services for The Fees upon the following Terms and Conditions
2.2 The Company has no Obligation to carry out The Services
2.3 The Company will use its best endeavours to carry out The Services within a reasonable timescale during The Normal Working Hours
2.4 The Services carried out by The Company Out of Hours will be subject to supplemental fees as detailed in The Fees
2.5 The Company reserves the right to make additional and supplemental charges other than The Fees

3. Reasonableness and Timescale
3.1 The Company only agrees to carry out The Services which in its sole discretion are reasonable and are capable of being carried out and are capable of being carried out within a reasonable timescale
3.2 The Company will use its best endeavours to carry out The Services within a reasonable timescale

4. Payment
4.1 Payment of The Fees and The Disbursements is due without demand upon production of The Company’s invoice
4.2 Payments for The Services may be agreed with The Client from time to time and may be Payment in full in advance or by weekly or monthly invoice or as further detailed on The Company’s invoice
4.3 Interest at a rate of 2.5% per month (apportionable by the day) will accrue on all overdue payments

5. Suspension or Termination of The Services
5.1 The Company reserves the right without penalty to suspend or terminate The Services if in its sole discretion it has due cause
5.2 The Company reserves the right to suspend or terminate The Services with immediate effect if payments for The Services have not been made within the agreed terms or if The Client commits a serious breach of these conditions
5.3 Should The Company wish to suspend or terminate The Services it will post a letter to the last known address of The Client giving notice of suspension or termination of The Services and give its reasons for the suspension or termination
5.4 Should The Client within seven days after the date of postage of the notice (as evidenced by the proof of postage) fail to remedy The Company’s reasons for suspension or termination any sums due or un-invoiced will fall due with immediate effect.
5.5 The Client or the Company may cancel, suspend or terminate the services by either party giving to the other a minimum of 30 days notice of suspension or termination

6. Interpretation
6.1 The Company offers no guarantees or warrantees for The Services but will use its best endeavours to:
6.1.1 Interpret and understand the reasonable requests of The Client
6.1.2 Inform the Client of The Company’s interpretation of the request
6.1.3 Carry out The Companies interpretation in a reasonable timescale

7. Failure to Supply
7.1 The Company shall not be liable for any breach of any duty to The Client under the contract where the same is wholly or mainly due to circumstances outside the reasonable control of The Company
7.2 The Company shall not be liable for any consequential loss arising as a result of any breach of any duty to the Client

8. Confidentiality
8.1 Both the Company and the client agree with each other to hold as confidential any confidential information, which comes into their position, as a direct result of their relationship with the other and such information is not in the public domain.
8.2 The Company agrees that in order to carry out The Services, the nature of the relationship between the Company and the Client is one of special trust, and The Company agrees it will hold and treat such disclosures made by The Client as confidential.

9. English law is the proper law of the contract and all disputes arising in connection with it are subject to the jurisdiction of the English Courts

10. These Terms and Conditions are subject to change at any time

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