The assurance of the relationship
County School is the trading name of County Business School Registered in England and Wales Registration number: 10221736
Terms applying to all our client agreements
- In consideration of the agreement made herein and for other good and valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which are hereby acknowledged, each party shall agree as follows:
For the purposes of these terms:
i. Headings; Number and Gender. The headings of sections and paragraphs are inserted for convenience only and shall not be deemed to constitute part of the agreement to affect the construction thereof. The use in the agreement of singular, plural, masculine, feminine and neuter pronouns shall include the others as the context may require
ii. ‘We’ and ‘us’ means County Business School who will provide the services to you.
iii ’You’ means the student receiving the services
iv. ‘Course’ means a course designed and developed by us including all revision and updates to such course as we may make from time to time.
v ‘Course Materials’ means the physical materials relating to any one course, together with all revisions and updates made by us
from time to time, which may be in any format and which are
required by the student to complete the course.
2. Responsibility for Course Materials
i We affirm that the course materials will meet a satisfactory level of quality – however, we do not affirm that they will be error free
ii You will be responsible for inspecting the course material as soon as is reasonably possible following delivery. Furthermore, you will be responsible for informing us about any oversights as soon as possible.
iii If you are intending to take leave from your course for a period of not less than 2 months you will be required to notify us in writing in order for us to honour our policy of “no time limits”, if you fail to notify us, continuation of your course will beat our discretion.
3. Transferring Course
i We retain the sole discretion concerning whether a course maybe transferred from you to a third party. Any such request must be made to us in writing by sending email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
We will treat all justifiable requests as compassionately as possible.
ii We retain the sole discretion concerning whether you may transfer to another course offered by us. Any such request must be made to us in writing at the address given above. We will treat all justifiable requests as compassionately as possible.
iii If we agree to allow you to transfer to another course, the total fees paid towards the discontinued course will be offset against the cost of the new course. However, we will require that if the new course is more expensive than the discontinued course, the balance should be paid in full and there will be a standard £100 transfer fee.
4. Disclaimer of warranties and Limitation of Liability
i We guarantee that we will carry out the service to you with a reasonable level of care and skill.
ii If you require any changes to these terms, please request such changes in writing by sending email to: email@example.com
iii Any liability under any agreement between you and us shall be limited to any monies paid by you to us.
iv As far as permitted by law, we shall not be liable to any person for losses or damages that were not reasonably foreseeable and that were not caused by any breach on our part.
v. We shall not be liable to any person for any direct or indirect loss or damages as a result from your course enrolment. Any liability that does arise will be limited to the course fee paid.
vi We are not qualified to provide you with advice regarding health problems. If you require any such advice, we recommend you seek the opinion of your doctor or any other medical practitioner. Any holistic health care advice we do provide should be treated as congruent to and not an alternative for accustomed health care.
i None of the conditions or provisions of this Agreement shall be held to have been waivered by either party, except by an instrument in writing signed by a duly authorised officer or representative of each party. The waiver by either party of any right hereunder or the failure to enforce at any time any of the provisions of the Agreement, or any rights with respect thereto, shall not be deemed to be a waiver of any other rights hereunder or any breach or failure of performance of the other party.
i All fees must be paid before an unconditional offer
is given and all outstanding debts to us must be made
before we will issue you with a certificate of completion.
ii We reserve the right to refuse enrolment on any of the courses we offer.
iii We do not accept instalment payments.
i All copyright and other intellectual property rights relating to the course materials are either owned by or licensed to us. Copying, adaptation or any other use of all or any part of it without our express permission is strictly prohibited.
8. Other Terms
i If at our discretion we afford you any relaxation of these terms, this shall in no way affect our rights under these terms and conditions.
ii This Agreement shall be interpreted in all respects in accordance with the law of England and Wales. The parties hereby submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of any question or dispute arising in connection with this Agreement.
iii. If the whole or any part of any clause(s) of this Agreement is or becomes invalid for any reason, that invalidity shall not affect the validity of any other provision
iv. You are required to notify us in writing by sending email to: firstname.lastname@example.org of any changes to your postal address.
9. Data Protection
i We are registered with the Data protection Office and are committed to protecting your privacy and keeping your personal information secure. We will not disclose your details to any person, unless you have given your consent or we are compelled to do so by law, or in response to a valid, legally complaint request by any law enforcement agency or government authority.