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Commercial agreements between the New Statesman Limited and its subsidiaries (the Publisher) and individuals or organisations whether as principle or agent (collectively called the Client) will be governed by the terms and conditions set out below.
This text is written so as to be clear and meaningful. In the event of any doubt or misunderstanding advice should be sought.
The commercial agreements (the Order) covered by these terms and conditions include but are not limited to advertising, sponsorships, event organisation, project management, design, digital publishing and brand promotion (the Work).
The Client may give the Order to the Publisher verbally, electronically or in writing. The Publisher will act in good faith on receipt of the Order and will consider the Order to be a binding agreement. For the sake of clarity a signed agreement document should be presented to the Publisher prior to the commencement of any work undertaken by the Publisher on behalf of the Client. Changes to the contract can only be made in writing. The client must obtain written acknowledgement of the change.
The Publisher will act in good faith at all times and will keep the Client informed with regard the Work. The Client will also act in good faith and similarly keep the Publisher informed.
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The permissions section is also out of date. The contact should now be :email@example.com
In the event of any dispute with us, these terms and conditions will be governed by English law. If any one of these terms are considered unlawful then they shall be deemed severable and shall not affect the validity and enforcement of the remaining terms or conditions.
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