Terms and Conditions - General
In these Conditions, the following expressions will have the following meanings, unless inconsistent with the context:
The agreement between LSOL and the Client for the provision of Services formed by these Conditions and the Order Confirmation(s).
Any Software and/or Equipment.
In respect of either party, a subsidiary or holding company of that party or any subsidiary of such holding company and the terms "subsidiary" and "holding company" will have the meanings given to them by sections 736 and 736A Companies Act 1985.
You are a business customer if you are a commercial entity or an individual:
- registering, using or planning to use the Requested Domain as part of a business trade or profession;
- purchasing a Domain name during the a “Sunrise” or “Landrush” period as defined in the Domain Name Conditions for the Domain Name Registry
- at your sole discretion, purchasing a Domain Name for financial or Commercial gain, including, without limitation, for the sole purpose of placing advertisements on the Domain Name;
- purchased 10 or more Domains and purport to act as a business customer as defined.
A day which is not a Saturday or Sunday or public or bank holiday in England and Wales.
9am to 5pm on each Business Day.
Data, text, images, graphics, videos, logos and other content and material, hardware or equipment provided by the Client in connection with the Agreement for use by LSOL in providing the Services.
As identified on the Order Confirmation(s).
The Client's computer system upon which the Software is loaded or otherwise in connection with which the Services are provided.
These conditions (in four parts) to be read in conjunction with the Order Confirmation(s).
You are a consumer if you are an individual not:
- registering, using or planning to use the Requested Domain as part of a business trade or profession;
- purchasing a Domain Name during a "Sunrise" or "Landrush" period as defined in the Domain Name Conditions for the Domain Name Registry
- at Your sole discretion, purchasing a Domain Name for financial or commercial gain, including, without limitation, for the sole purpose of placing advertisements on the Domain Name. You shall not be treated as a consumer under the contract if you have purchased or are the registered holder of 10 or more Domain Names.
Any defect in systems having a material effect on the Client's use or operation of the Services or any failure by any Ancillary System to comply with any term of Part 2 of these Conditions.
Those domain registration and other related services (if any) provided to the Client by LSOL pursuant to the Agreement, as described on a relevant Order Confirmation.
Any hardware, cabling and/or other equipment provided to the Client by LSOL in connection with the Agreement.
The charges due to LSOL under the Agreement in relation to the Services, as set out on the Order Confirmation(s).
LightSpeed on Line, also known as Lightspeed.
Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers.
"Intellectual Property Rights"
Any and all patents, trade marks, service marks, copyright, moral rights, rights in design, know-how, confidential information and all or any other intellectual or industrial property rights whether or not registered or capable of registration and whether subsisting in the United Kingdom or any other part of the world together with all or any goodwill relating to the same.
Generally accepted standards and codes of practice for use of the internet including but not limited to sending bulk unsolicited email, mail bombing or impersonating another person, organisation or website.
The order confirmation form(s) submitted by LSOL to the Client by email or otherwise in writing for the provision of the Services, in response to the Client's order or request.
The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard.
Those development, implementation, consultancy, hosting and other services (if any) provided to the Client pursuant to the Agreement, as described on a relevant Order Confirmation, together with any Support Services and Domain Services.
Service Level Agreement - the level of performance to be provided by LSOL to the Client in respect of the Services, as set out on the Order Confirmation(s).
Any communications or other software provided to or made available to the Client by LSOL in connection with the Agreement, but excluding Third Party Software.
Those support and maintenance services provided to the Client pursuant to the Agreement, as described on a relevant Order Confirmation.
The hours during which LSOL will provide the Support Services, as set out on a relevant Order Confirmation.
"Third Party Software"
Any software identified as third party software (if any) to be provided to the Client pursuant to the Agreement, as set out in a relevant Order Confirmation.
"Use the Software"
To load the Software onto and store and run it on the Client System and/or Equipment in accordance with the terms of the Agreement.
The headings used in the Agreement are inserted for convenience only and are not intended to be part of nor to affect the meaning or interpretation of any of the Agreement.
In the Agreement the masculine includes the feminine and the neuter, and the singular includes the plural and vice versa as the context shall admit or require.
The expression "person" means any individual, firm, body corporate, unincorporated association, partnership, government, state or agency of a state or joint venture.
In the event of a conflict between any of these Conditions and any Order Confirmation, the conflict will be resolved according to the following order of priority: these Conditions then the Order Confirmation.
The words "include", "includes", "including" and "included" will be construed without limitation unless inconsistent with the context.
The Agreement (as varied in accordance with its terms) forms the entire understanding of the parties in respect of the matters dealt within it and supersedes all previous agreements, understandings and negotiations between the parties.
The parties do not intend that any of the terms of the Agreement will be enforceable by virtue of the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 by any person not party to it.
References in these Conditions to clauses means clauses of these Conditions. References in these Conditions to the provisions of statutes or statutory instruments are deemed to include those provisions as amended or substituted
The Services are described or referred to on the Order Confirmation(s). LSOL agrees to supply the Services to the Client on the following conditions, these conditions are not an offer to provide service but a statement of the terms on which we will provide them.
LSOL will use its reasonable endeavours to provide the Services in accordance with any timescale set out on the Order Confirmation(s), but will not be liable to the Client where, based on those reasonable endeavours, it fails to meet any timescale.
LSOL will not be liable for any failure to provide the Services resulting from any breach by the Client or its employees, agents or subcontractors of the Agreement.
LSOL will not be obliged to provide any services not referred to on the Order Confirmation(s). Furthermore, LSOL cannot provide the Services where the Client makes use of incompatible communication systems.
The terms of the Agreement form the entire agreement between LSOL and the Client in relation to the Services and all other understandings, agreements, warranties, conditions, terms or representations, whether express or implied, statutory or otherwise, are excluded to the fullest extent permitted by law. The Client may not rely upon any representation made or given by any employee of LSOL prior to the Agreement being entered into unless confirmed in the Agreement.
LSOL reserves the right at any time and from time to time improve, correct or otherwise modify all or any of the Services (including substituting Software and/or Equipment). LSOL will endeavour to give the Client reasonable notice of any such modification, where this is reasonably practicable.
LSOL will, upon arrangement and provided that no Fees are due and payable, allow the Client reasonable access to any co-located server hosted by LSOL as part of the Services during Business Hours. Access will only be granted to the Client if LSOL is given at least 3 Business Days' notice in writing that access is required and acceptance of that request has been confirmed in writing to the Client by LSOL.
Without prejudice to its other rights and remedies, LSOL may at its sole discretion suspend the provision of the whole or any part of the Services (temporarily or permanently) and will have no liability to provide the Services on the occurrence of any of the following events:
- notified or unscheduled upgrade or maintenance of LSOL's IT systems;
- issue by any competent authority of an order which is binding on LSOL which affects the Services;
- if the Client fails to pay any Fees or any other sums owing to LSOL by the Client when they fall due;
- if an event occurs and LSOL deem it to be appropriate to terminate the Agreement;
- if the bandwidth or computer memory used by the Client in relation to the Services exceeds any agreed or stipulated level and LSOL determines in its sole discretion that suspension is necessary to protect all and any internet solutions provided by LSOL from time to time;
- if the size of an email, mailing list or cron job used by the Client exceeds any agreed or stipulated size, level or frequency and LSOL determines in its sole discretion that suspension is necessary to protect all and any internet solutions provided by LSOL from time to time; or
- failure or deficiencies in the Client System referring but not limited to hardware, server corruption and security breaches.
- failure by the Client to adhere to any of the provisions outlined in LSOL's acceptable usage policy.
Where LSOL suspends provision of the Services in accordance with the clause above, it will only be obliged to recommence provision during Business Hours and once the Client has paid all relevant outstanding sums in clear funds together with any relevant reinstatement fee (as published from time to time by LSOL) and has accepted any revised payment terms requested by LSOL (such as payment by direct debit).
The Client will provide to LSOL those Client Materials identified on the Order Confirmation(s) within a reasonable time period taking account of the obligations of LSOL under the Agreement.
The Client warrants that the Client Materials will be accurate in all material respects and will not knowingly include material which is illegal, the accessing holding transmitting or supplying of which would be a criminal offence or which is otherwise unlawful or in breach of any applicable law or code of practice applying to such materials. In particular, the Client warrants that all necessary licences, consents and waivers (including those from rights owners, performers and other contributors) are obtained and paid for by the Client. Without prejudice to the foregoing, LSOL may decline to use any Client Materials on any reasonable grounds.
The Client will supply in a timely manner all information, instructions, review and feedback reasonably required by LSOL in connection with the performance of its obligations under the Agreement and will appoint a representative who is fully empowered and authorised to provide the same.
The Client acknowledges that, given the nature of such services, LSOL cannot guarantee that the Services, when delivered via the internet, will be uninterrupted or error free.
To the fullest extent permitted by law and save as provided elsewhere in the Agreement, the Services and any Client Systems and Ancillary Systems are provided by LSOL to the Client on an "as is" and "as available" basis and no warranty or representation (express or implied) of any kind are given in connection with the Agreement including as to satisfactory quality and fitness for a particular purpose. In particular, LSOL gives no warranty or representation that:
- the Services will meet the Client's requirements;
- the Services will be provided on an uninterrupted, timely, secure or error-free basis; or
- any results obtained from use of the Services will be accurate, complete or current.
LSOL warrants that it will provide the Services with reasonable care and skill and in accordance with any SLA. LSOL will not be liable for a breach of such warranty unless the Client notifies LSOL in writing of such failure within 14 days of the Client becoming aware of the failure.
If the Client makes a valid claim against LSOL based on a failure by LSOL to comply with the warranty set out in clause above LSOL may, at its option, take such steps as it deems necessary to remedy such failure or refund such part of the Fees as relates to such Services, provided that the liability of LSOL under such warranty will in no event exceed one and a quarter times the amount of the Fees paid to LSOL by the Client (excluding VAT and expenses) in the 12 month period prior to the date on which the Client makes the claim. If LSOL complies with this clause, it will have no further liability for a breach of the said warranty.
The Client agrees that it shall:
- save as provided in any Order Confirmation, be responsible for keeping regular and full back ups of all material and data hosted by LSOL on any web site or other system operated by the Client on a daily basis (or more frequent basis if required by best computing practice) including the Client System and/or Ancillary Systems. For the avoidance of any doubt LSOL will not attempt to restore any lost material or data of the Client's except where such loss occurred as a direct result of a LSOL server crash;
- immediately notify LSOL on becoming aware of any unauthorised use of all or any of the Services and/or relevant part of the Client System;
- remove or prevent access to any material hosted on any of the Equipment and/or Client System which causes or is likely to cause the Client to be in breach of the Agreement;
- ensure that it has all necessary consents, permissions and licences to make use of the Services including registration and appropriate consents and approvals under the Data Protection Act 1998;
- ensure that all material or data hosted by LSOL on any web site operated by the Client from time to time or communicated through such site or using the Client System is checked for viruses and other harmful code and has appropriate security patches applied;
- independently monitor its bandwidth in relation to the use of Services and report to LSOL any use of bandwidth over and above those agreed or stipulated levels set out in the Order Confirmation;
- be entirely liable for all activities conducted and charges incurred under its passwords and user names whether authorised by it or not and the Client acknowledges that LSOL shall not be liable for any loss of confidentiality or for any damages arising from the Client's inability to comply with these Conditions;
- comply with any security policy notified to it from time to time by LSOL and, in particular, ensure that all passwords and user names provided to it by LSOL are at all times kept confidential, used properly and not disclosed to unauthorised people. If the Client has any reason to believe that any password or user name has become known to someone not authorised to use it or is being or is likely to be used in an unauthorised way or of any other breach of security then the Client will inform LSOL immediately;
- ensure that all communication details which it provides to LSOL are at all times true, current, accurate and complete. The Client will promptly notify LSOL of any change to such details and acknowledges that LSOL will not be liable for any loss suffered or incurred by the Client as a result of its failure to notify such changes to LSOL. Clients are advised that a failure to at all times have true, accurate and complete communication details may result in the temporary suspension of a Client's account; and
- ensure that its systems (including the Client System) meet any minimum system specifications notified to the Client from time to time.
- promptly provide to LSOL and/or its consultants, employees and agents such information and assistance as they may reasonably require in order to be able to carry out the Services and, where relevant, deliver and install any Ancillary Systems.
- will procure all necessary rights from third parties (including intellectual property licences of computer software and website content including ringtones and music) which are from time to time required in order for LSOL to be able legally to provide the Services to the Client.
- obtain and maintain insurance over all parts of the Client System which are located on the premises of LSOL or any of its Associated Companies and to provide evidence that such insurance is in place, upon LSOL's demand;
- complete its own checks to ensure that any registration or renewal has been made successfully.
The Client agrees that it shall not:
- use the Services, Ancillary Systems and/or Client System or allow them to be used for any unlawful purpose or for the publication, linking to, issue or display of any unlawful material (including any pirated software or any material which is obscene, pornographic, threatening, malicious, harmful, abusive, defamatory or which breaches the rights including Intellectual Property Rights of any third party or which is or encourages criminal acts or contains any virus, worm, trojan horse or other harmful code) whether under English law or regulation, the laws or regulations of the Client's country or any other place where the results of such purpose or the material in question can be accessed;
- use the Services, Ancillary Systems and/or Client System or allow them to be used for the publication, linking to, issue or display of any material which in the absolute discretion of LSOL may harm LSOL or any of its Associated Companies or clients or bring LSOL into disrepute or which calls into question any action taken by LSOL on the Client's behalf;
- use the Services, Ancillary Systems and/or Client System or allow them to be used in breach of good Netiquette practices;
- provide any technical or other information obtained from LSOL and/or relating to the Services to any person which the Client is aware or ought reasonably be aware may directly or indirectly lead to a breach of any law or regulation;
- in breach of good Netiquette practices, use any service provided by any third party (including an internet web site and/or email) for the publication, linking to, issue or display of any material which refers to an internet web site hosted by LSOL or any other products or services offered by LSOL from time to time without LSOL's prior written consent;
- use any part of the LSOL premises except as is reasonably necessary to inspect and maintain any co-located server hosted as part of the Services and the Client shall ensure that such server is kept in good condition and is in its original condition upon the termination of such hosting;
- whilst present at any LSOL premises, do anything which may be dangerous or a nuisance or inconvenience or to disturb, threaten or abuse any LSOL personnel or other LSOL clients and the Client shall abide by all health and safety and other policies as LSOL may notify to the Client from time to time in relation to any such premises.
The Client acknowledges that it has appropriate knowledge of how the internet functions, the systems and products provided to it in connection with the Agreement and what types of use and content are and are not acceptable. The Client acknowledges that LSOL shall have no obligation to:
- train the Client on its use of the Services or any Ancillary System;
- manipulate any material which the Client wishes to and/or does post on any web site or other system it operates (including any Client System) or any communication which it issues or sends in connection with any Services; or
- validate or vet such material for usability, legality, content or correctness.
The Client also acknowledges that the services and products provided by LSOL are standard packages which are not tailored to specific requirements of the Client, unless confirmed in writing by LSOL to the contrary.
If, in LSOL's opinion, the Client is in breach of any of the provisions contained in clauses above then LSOL may without prejudice to its other rights and remedies immediately by written notice to the Client:
- suspend provision of the Services;
- terminate the Agreement; or
- amend or remove any Client Materials and/or content appearing on any website or other system hosted by LSOL on behalf of the Client (including any Client System or Ancillary System).
LSOL may also notify appropriate public authorities (governmental or otherwise including the police or other enforcement authority) of any such breach, where it deems necessary.
Where as part of the Services the Client is entitled (having obtained LSOL's prior written consent) to resell the whole or any part of the Services to a third party then the Client will:
- procure such third party's compliance with and acceptance of these Conditions;
- be fully responsible for the acts and omissions of any such third party; and
- indemnify LSOL for any losses it suffers as a result of such acts or omissions.
The Client acknowledges and understands that it is required to comply with PCI DSS. The Client is responsible to encrypt sensitive data using appropriate methods. For further details on PCI DSS Compliance and the Client's responsibilities in upholding the standard they need to contact the PCI Security Standards Council.
The Fees are payable to LSOL subject to the following conditions:
- Fees payable monthly, quarterly or yearly will be paid in advance and will not be refundable in whole or part if the Agreement or any relevant part is terminated during the period to which the payment relates. Clients will automatically be charged again at the end of their prepay period unless the Client has given LSOL 30 days written notice of their wish to terminate the service;
- any set up fee will (unless stated to be included within later payments) be payable immediately;
- additional Fees will become payable if the Client exceeds agreed or stipulated bandwidth use levels. In the event that the Client exceeds the agreed or stipulated bandwidth levels an additional invoice will be produced and sent to the client which must be paid within thirty (30) days. Additional Fees are charged at the rate of £0.005 per every Mega Byte the Client exceeds over their agreed or stipulated bandwidth level.
- Other fees are due immediatly upon submission of an invoice
Any total sum for the fees set out in an Order Confirmation is (unless stated in the Order Confirmation to be a fixed and firm amount) an estimate of the fees only and not a fixed price quotation.
Any sums payable by the Client to LSOL under the Agreement are exclusive of value added tax or any similar taxes, levies or duties, which will be added to such sums and be payable by the Client at the appropriate rate.
The Client agrees to pay LSOL's invoices immediatly upon submission.
If invoices are not settled in full by then, the Client will without prejudice to its other rights and remedies (including the right to suspend the Services under the clause above) be liable to pay interest on any sum outstanding from the due date for payment at the annual rate of 6% above the base lending rate from time to time of Barclays Bank plc accruing on a daily basis until payment is made whether before or after any judgment.
All Accounts that have any unsettled invoices 20 days after their due date will be suspended. If a further invoice falls due during the suspension of the Client's account then this will be added to outstanding balance owed by the Client.
All accounts that have any unsettled invoices 20 days after the due date will be passed onto a Debt Recovery Agency, where additional recovery charges and court cost may accrue.
All sums payable to LSOL under the Agreement must be paid in full with no set off or deduction.
LSOL has a general and particular lien over the Client System until all claims and money payable by the Client to LSOL on any account whatsoever have been received in full clear funds. If the Client fails to discharge any lien within a reasonable time from the date of notice of exercise then the Client System may be sold in or towards satisfaction of that lien and LSOL will account to the Client for any excess.
LSOL may make a search in relation to the Client with a credit reference agency (and make other credit enquiries from time to time), keep a record of that search and enquiries, and share that information with third parties. LSOL may also make enquiries about the principle directors/proprietors of the Client with a credit reference agency.
Where the Client authorises payment of any of the Fees by credit and or debit card (including those associated to a PayPal account) then LSOL may deduct other amounts becoming payable to it under the Agreement from that credit or debit card without obtaining additional authorisation from the Client.
Without prejudice to any other of its rights and remedies, LSOL will be entitled to remove the Client's data from its systems and any Equipment and/or put the Equipment to any use other than the Client's if any amount due under the Agreement is not paid within 21 days of its due date for payment. LSOL is not required to back up such data or return the same to the Client prior to any such removal or following termination of the Agreement.
Credit and Vouchers
Credit and/or vouchers may be provided to Customers as an alternative resolution to a matter or for any other reason, at the discretion of LSOL.
Credit and vouchers are non-refundable and may not be exchanged for cash or redeemed against the purchase of another voucher.
LSOL will not accept liability if the credit or voucher has been lost, stolen, destroyed or used without the Customer's consent. LSOL will not replace the credit or voucher or any remaining balance outstanding on the credit or voucher.
Resale, trade, sale or reproduction of a LSOL credit or voucher is prohibited. Any attempt to carry out this act may potentially void the credit or voucher at LSOL's discretion.
If the full amount of the credit or voucher is not redeemed in one transaction, the remaining balance will be credited to the Customer in a further creditor voucher.
LSOL credit or vouchers may be used to purchase goods or services of a higher price than the face value of the credit or voucher upon payment of the difference in value.
LSOL credit or vouchers will remain valid for a period of 12 months only from the date of issue. Any unused credit or voucher will be void upon the expiry of the validity period.
Each party will (unless contrary to law):
- keep confidential all information obtained from the other under or in connection with the Agreement ("Information");
- not disclose any Information to any third party without the prior written consent of the other except to such persons and to such extent as may be strictly necessary for the performance of the Agreement;
- not use any Information otherwise than for the purposes of the Agreement.
The provisions of clause above do not apply to Information which:
- is or becomes public knowledge (otherwise than by breach of this clause); or
- was in the possession of the party concerned without restriction as to its disclosure before receiving it from the disclosing party; or
- is received from a third party who lawfully acquired it and who is under no obligation restricting its disclosure;
and nothing in this clause prevents either party from disclosing any Information for a proper purpose to a public authority or any regulatory body, or to a court of law in the United Kingdom or elsewhere in legal proceedings, or to its senior management, its auditors, bankers, lawyers or other professional advisers.
The provisions of this clause will continue to apply notwithstanding termination of the Agreement.
The Client, by entering into the Agreement, consents to LSOL sending to the Client by whatever means the Company deems appropriate (whether by email or otherwise) information concerning new products and other services that LSOL and its Associated Companies may from time to time offer.
The Client acknowledges and agrees that it will not own or acquire any rights under this Agreement in any Intellectual Property in or relating to the Services or created in performing the Services and that it will have no other rights in or to the Services other than the rights expressly granted by the Agreement.
The Client will indemnify and keep LSOL indemnified from and against all costs (including the costs of enforcement), expenses, liabilities (including any tax liability), injuries, losses, damages, claims, demands, legal costs (on a full indemnity basis) and judgements which LSOL incurs or suffers as a consequence of infringement of any Intellectual Property Right of any third party arising directly or indirectly from:
- the provision by LSOL of Services making use of information or specifications supplied by the Client;
- the Client's failure to procure all necessary rights from third parties which are from time to time required in order for LSOL to be able legally to provide the Services; or
- the use by LSOL in connection with the Agreement of the Client System and the Client Materials.
No Intellectual Property Rights created or acquired by LSOL will transfer or be assigned to the Client unless LSOL and the Client have signed a written assignment document to that effect.
The Client shall keep the Ancillary Systems in good condition during the continuance of the Agreement and free of all charges, liens and encumbrances and protect it from any and all judicial process.
The provisions of this clause and the provisions of the Service Delivery clause above and the Software Performance clause below set out the entire liability of LSOL (including any liability for the acts or omissions of its consultants, employees, agents and authorised representatives) to the Client in respect of:
- any breach of the Agreement; and
- any representation, statement or tortious act or omission including negligence arising under or in connection with the Agreement.
Nothing in the Agreement excludes or limits the liability of LSOL for death or personal injury caused by the negligence of LSOL, fraud or a breach of section 12 of the Sale of Goods Act 1979.
Subject to clauses above the total liability of LSOL in contract, tort (including negligence or breach of statutory duty), misrepresentation or otherwise, arising in connection with the performance or contemplated performance of the Agreement is limited to:
- £500 per breach for loss of or damage to tangible property; and
- for any other kind of loss, one and a quarter times the amount of sums paid by the Client to LSOL pursuant to the Agreement (excluding VAT and expenses) during the preceding 12 month period.
LSOL will not be liable to the Client in contract, tort, misrepresentation or otherwise (including negligence), for any indirect or consequential loss or damage, costs, expenses or other claims for consequential compensation whatsoever, or for any loss of profit, loss of business, loss of revenue, loss of contract, loss of goodwill or otherwise (whether direct or indirect), and whether or not caused by the negligence of LSOL or its employees, agents or authorised representatives, which arises out of or in connection with the Agreement.
The Client acknowledges that the allocation of risk in the Agreement reflects the price paid for the Services and that it is not within the control of LSOL how or for what purposes they are used.
Where the Client accesses LSOL's services from locations outside the UK, the Client does so, on the Client's own initiative and is responsible for compliance with local laws.
The Client will fully indemnify and keep LSOL, sister companies, subsidiaries and affiliates, officers, partners, directors employees and agents fully indemnified from and against all actions, demands, costs (on a full indemnity basis), losses, penalties, damages, liability, claims and expenses (including legal fees) whatsoever incurred by it and arising from any of the following:
- the Client's breach of the Agreement, negligence or other default;
- the operation or break down of any IT systems owned or used by the Client including the Client System but not the Equipment; or
- the Client's use or misuse of the Services.
Neither party is under any liability to the other party in respect of anything which, apart from this provision, may constitute a breach of the Agreement arising by reason of force majeure which means, in relation to either party, circumstances beyond the reasonable control of that party including acts of God, acts of any governmental or supra-national authority, war or national emergency, riots, civil commotion, fire, network failure, systems fault, unauthorised use or access to the IT systems of LSOL or the Client, explosion, flood, epidemic, lock outs (whether or not by that party), strikes and other industrial disputes (in each case, whether or not relating to that party's workforce), restraints or delays affecting shipping or carriers, inability or delay in obtaining supplies of adequate or suitable materials and currency restrictions, to the extent outside of its reasonable control.
Term and Termination
Without prejudice to the remaining provisions of this clause and any other rights and remedies available to LSOL:
- LSOL will provide the Services for the period of 12 months from the date of the relevant Order Confirmation or, where different, any other period of supply stated on the Order Confirmation (such period being termed the "Initial Period") and will continue beyond that period, subject to termination by:
- the Client upon serving 30 days' written notice on LSOL following completion of LSOL's prescribed template procedures for terminating the whole or any part of the Agreement (details of which can be obtained from LSOL's Customer Services Team); or
- LSOL serving 30 days' written notice on the Client to expire at any time after the Initial Period
LSOL may immediately terminate the Agreement (or at its option, any part of it) by notice in writing to the Client if the Client fails to pay to LSOL any sum due under the Agreement after the due date for payment.
Either party may terminate the Agreement (or, at its option, any part of it) forthwith by notice in writing to the other if the other party:
- is in material breach of the Agreement and fails (where the breach is capable of remedy) to remedy the breach within 30 days of the receipt of a request in writing to remedy the breach, such request setting out the breach and indicating that failure to remedy the breach may result in termination of the Agreement;
- becomes the subject of a voluntary arrangement under section 1 of the Insolvency Act 1986;
- is unable to pay its debts within the meaning of section 123 of the Insolvency Act 1986;
- has a receiver, manager, administrator or administrative receiver appointed over all or any parts of its undertaking, assets or income, has passed a resolution for its winding-up, or has a petition presented to any court for its winding-up or for an administration order; or
- has ceased or threatened to cease to trade.
Clients that have purchased the Services as Consumers have the right to cancel the Agreement within 7 working days at no additional cost from either (a) the date the contract is formed; or (b) the date that the Client receives confirmation that the contract is formed from LSOL or whichever is the later. For the purposes of this clause, the date the contract is formed shall be the date that the Client presses the "Order" button or emails confirmation of acceptance (whichever is earlier) thereby granting consent that the Service commences.
The Client can exercise its right to cancel by contacting LSOL via the on-line form.
The Client will no longer have the right detailed in this clause when, LSOL has commenced the Service with the Client's consent. For the purposes of this clause the Client's consent will be deemed to be given upon the Client pressing the "Order" button or emails confirmation of acceptance (whichever is earlier).
If you do not wish to waive these rights, then LSOL will be unable to commence the Service until the end of the relevant cooling off period which is 7 working days.
Consequences of Termination
Termination of the Agreement is without prejudice to the rights and duties of either party accrued prior to termination.
The clauses of the Agreement which expressly or impliedly have effect after termination will continue to be enforceable notwithstanding termination.
LSOL will without notice remove the Client's data from its systems and any Equipment following termination. For the purposes of this clause, the date of termination will be either the date that LSOL receives signed authorisation from the Client instructing cancellation of account or the date of expiry of notice of termination served in accordance with these Conditions.
Upon termination of the Agreement, the Client will forthwith:
- cease to use the Software, Equipment and Services;
- erase the Software from the Client System and certify to LSOL that this has been done;
- return to LSOL any hardware or other equipment loaned to the Client in connection with the Services or any other materials and equipment owned by LSOL; and
- pay all outstanding invoices raised by LSOL pursuant to the Agreement.
In the event of termination of the Agreement by the Client part way through the Initial Period, the Client remains obliged to pay for Services comprising the provision of dedicated server hosting for the remainder of that period.
Where following termination, LSOL is unable to cancel any registration of a domain name registered on behalf of the Client, it may levy a minimum charge to cover the cost of the domain registration fee.
Where the Client services include the purchase of licensing for software by LSOL on behalf of the client, in the event of termination of the agreement by the client, LSOL are unable to refund any proportion of the software and/or licensing fees incurred.
The illegality, invalidity or unenforceability of any provision of the Agreement will not affect the legality, validity or enforceability of the remainder. If any such provision is found by any court or competent authority to be illegal, invalid or unenforceable, the parties agree that they will substitute provisions in a form as similar to the offending provisions as is possible without thereby rendering them illegal, invalid or unenforceable.
The failure or delay by either party in exercising any right, power or remedy of that party under the Agreement will not in any circumstances impair such right, power or remedy nor operate as a waiver of it. The single or partial exercise by either party of any right, power or remedy under the Agreement will not in any circumstances preclude any other or further exercise of it or the exercise of any other right, power or remedy.
Any waiver by either party of a breach of or default under any of the terms of the Agreement by the other party is not deemed a waiver of any subsequent breach or default and in no way affects the other terms of the Agreement.
Assignment and Subcontracting
The Client may not assign the benefit or delegate the burden of the Agreement nor sub-license any of its rights under the Agreement (including to its Associated Company) without the prior written consent of LSOL. Any consent provided by LSOL under this clause is given on condition that the assignee or licensee, as the case may be, agrees to comply with the terms of the Agreement as if they were the Client. LSOL may sub-contract or assign any or all of its rights and obligations under the Agreement.
No variation or amendment to the Agreement (including any Order Confirmation) is effective unless agreed in writing and signed by an authorised representative of LSOL.
Any notice to be given or made by either party under or in connection with the Agreement must be in writing and given or made to the other party at its address stated in the Order Form or to such other address as either party may from time to time notify to the other. Every notice, if so addressed, is deemed to have been duly given or made, if delivered by hand, upon delivery at the address of the relevant party, if sent by prepaid first class post, two Business Days after the date of posting and if transmitted by facsimile, at the time of transmission (provided a confirmatory letter is sent by prepaid first class post) provided that, where, in accordance with the above provisions, any notice would otherwise be deemed to be given or made on a day which is not a Business Day or after 4.00 p.m. on a Business Day, such notice shall be deemed to be given or made at 9.00 a.m. on the next Business Day. LSOL may additionally serve notice on the Client under or in connection with the Agreement by email to the Client by sending an email to the contact email address stated on the Order Confirmation(s) or, in the case of a Client for whom LSOL has registered a domain name, to webmaster@[registered domain name], and in such a case the email will be deemed sent once transmitted from LSOL's email server.
Applicable Law and Jurisdiction
The construction, performance and validity of the Agreement will be governed by English law and the English courts have jurisdiction to settle any disputes which may arise out of or in connection with it.