‘the Client’ means the company or person who contracts Artificial Art Ltd. to design and develop the Website and is identified as such on the Quotation and/ or the proposal.
‘the Content’ means any aspect of the on-screen appearance or presentation of the Website, including without limitation any visible reproduction in whole or in part of any Input Material, and any other features of the Website such as text, pictures, sound or moving images which are accessible to visitors to the Website.
‘the Contract’ means the agreement for provision of the Services to the Client comprising the Quotation/ Proposal, these Terms and Conditions, any Summary Sheet, any other document referred to in it. If the Contract is a verbal agreement, these Terms and Conditions are deemed to be part of it.
‘The Contractor’ means Artificial Art Ltd., registered in England and Wales under number 4067800.
‘Input Material’ means any material, data or information to be supplied by the Client in accordance with the Contract.
‘Intellectual Property Rights’ includes any original material, patent, copyright or trademark.
‘the Output Material’ means any material, data or information to be supplied by the Contractor in accordance with the Contract.
‘the Underlying Technology’ means any software (including source code) used to operate, host and maintain the Website on a computer server and to make the Content available via the Internet, or by which any Output Material is produced or which is necessary for its use, but not including the Content.
‘the Website’ means any Internet Website agreed to be developed by the Contractor for the Client pursuant to the Contract.
2. PROVISION OF THE SERVICES
2.1 The Contractor shall provide the Client with the Services, as set out in the proposal and any document or summary sheet referred to in it, or as otherwise agreed verbally between the Contractor and the Client.
2.2 The Client shall supply the Contractor in good time with all Input Material which is necessary for the Client to supply in order to enable the Contractor to provide the Services.
2.3 The Client must within 7 days of delivery of any Output Material notify the Contractor of any claim that the Output Material is unacceptable or that the work in question has not been carried out in accordance with the Contract, failing which it shall be deemed to have been accepted by the Client and to be in accordance with the Contract.
2.4 If the Client rejects any Output Material in accordance with paragraph 2.3, and the Contractor accepts that the Client is entitled to do so; the Contractor shall use its reasonable endeavours to correct it within a reasonable time.
3.1 Subject to any special terms agreed, the Client shall pay the Contractor’s standard charges and any additional sums which are agreed between the Contractor and the Client for the provision of the Services or which, in the Contractor’s reasonable opinion, are required as a result of the Client’s instructions or lack of instructions, the inaccuracy of any Input Material or any other cause attributable to the Client.
3.2 All charges quoted to the Client for the provision of the Services are exclusive of any Value Added Tax at the applicable rate from time to time, subject to receipt of a valid VAT invoice.