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In these Conditions:
Carrier” means Nyanza Evergreen Waterways (NEW)
“Employees, agents and independent contractors of the Carrier” includes the owners, charterers and operators of any vessel or transport facility who may at the request of or by agreement with the Carrier (whether express or implied) perform the whole of any part of the carriage of passengers which the Carrier has agreed to undertake and also includes the employees, agents and independent contractors of such owners, charterers or operators.
“Government Authority” means any federal, republic, central, regional, provincial, local, state, county or municipal governmental authority or regulatory body, commission or agency, including all executive, legislative, judicial and administrative bodies thereof, including zoning, permitting, environmental or other similar agencies, entities, persons or companies that have the ability to affect the regulations applicable to this contract of carriage.
“Master” means a person having command of the vessel.
“Passenger” means the person to whom the ticket is issued and shall include all persons travelling under the ticket.
“Ticket” means the passenger ticket and baggage and vehicle check.
– Your use of Site is your acknowledgement and acceptance of terms.
– We reserve the right to change, modify or amend these Terms and user is solely responsible for reviewing and familiarizing yourself with any changes.
– None of our employees, representatives or agents have the right to modify terms orally or otherwise.
– We reserve the right, for any reason whatsoever and in our sole discretion, to terminate, change, suspend or discontinue any of our Site offerings or other features of the Site, including, but not limited to, content, feature, schedules, fares and availability of products and services without liability thereto.
Nyanza Evergreen Waterways products, including but not limited to tickets and vouchers, are NOT for RESALE and are NON-TRANSFERABLE. Nyanza Evergreen Waterways, along with its respective affiliates, officers, managers, directors, members, stockholders, agents, employees, successors and assigns, and its affiliates’ officers, managers, directors, members, stockholders, agents, employees, successors and assigns (collectively “Related Parties”), is not responsible or liable for the loss, misuse or misrepresentation of tickets or vouchers over the internet, electronic communication or any other means or methods.
The user of the Site and Purchaser assumes all responsibility of the transaction and agrees to indemnify and hold harmless, Nyanza Evergreen Waterways and its Related Parties from and against all claims, damages and losses, including but not limited to, incidental, consequential, exemplary and punitive damages, and all attorneys’ fees and costs (at trial and all appellate levels), arising out of, or in connection with the transaction.
We make certain services and information available to guests of the site. The linked sites and content contained therein are available as a guest convenience, and are not under the control of Nyanza Evergreen Waterways. Guests acknowledge and accept that all links, activities, and services associated with such sites are provided by independent contractors that are not agents or representatives of Nyanza Evergreen Waterways and that Nyanza Evergreen Waterways and its Related Parties are not and shall not be responsible or liable for any activity or service provided by such independent contractors nor for the content or privacy practices of those sites. The guest expressly assumes the full risk of utilizing such sites and agrees to hold harmless Nyanza Evergreen Waterways and its Related Parties from any claims arising from or out of the use of such sites.
YOU SHOULD READ THIS NOTICE AND THE CONDITIONS OF CARRIAGE OF THE COMPANY PRIOR TO THE PURCHASE OF ANY TICKET FROM OR THE ENTRY INTO ANY CONTRACT WITH THE COMPANY.
1) Passenger Contract
The Carrier reserves the right to cancel or vary the services in any manner whatsoever without incurring any liability to the Passenger. Fares & schedule of services are subject to change without prior notice at the sole and absolute discretion of the Carrier.
The terms and conditions contained in this contract of carriage shall apply to Tickets procured by Passengers for travel or charter of any vessels owned or/and operated by the Carrier
2) Fares and Prices
Fares quoted exclude administrative fees, service charges and other charges and are subject to change without prior notice. – Adult fare applies Passengers aged 9 years old and above. Child fare applies to Passengers between 3 to 9 years old infants below 3 years do not attract any charges.
The Carrier will not accept to transport minors (children below the age of 18 years) who are not accompanied by their parents or guardians or without the express authority of the parents or guardians, which authority must be provided in a form satisfactory to the Carrier.
4) Tickets and voyage
a) Where a Ticket is issued in respect of a number of passengers, the Passenger to whom the ticket is issued contracts as agent for all the passengers in respect of whom the Ticket is issued so that all such passengers are bound by these Conditions.
b) Where tickets are issued solely on behalf of, or combined with other attractions, the Carrier is acting as a disclosed agent in all cases.
c) The Carrier shall bear no responsibility for folders and other advertising materials which were published under the authority of third parties.
d) The Ticket is good for carriage for dates of confirmed voyage or charter, except as otherwise amended by the Carrier.
e) The Carrier undertakes to use its best efforts to carry the Passenger and baggage and/or vehicle within reasonable time. Times shown in Tickets, timetables or elsewhere shall not be guaranteed and form no part of the contract of carriage. The Carrier may without notice substitute alternate carriers or vessel, and may alter or omit stopping places shown on the Ticket in case of necessity. Schedules are subject to change without notice.
f) If the performance of the proposed voyage is hindered or prevented (or in the opinion of the Carrier is likely to be hindered or prevented) by war, hostilities, blockade, weather condition, ice, labor conflicts, breakdown of the vessel, congestion, docking difficulties or any other cause whatsoever or if the Carrier considers that for any reason whatsoever, proceeding to, attempting to enter, or entering or remaining at the place of disembarkation may expose the vessel to risk of loss or damage or to be likely to delay her, the Passenger and his property may be landed at the place of embarkation or at any place which the Carrier or Master in his or her discretion may reasonably decide and the responsibility of the Carrier shall cease and this contract shall be deemed to have been fully performed. If the Passenger has not embarked, the Carrier may cancel the proposed voyage and shall refund Passengers money or fares paid in advance.
g) The Carrier shall have liberty to comply with any orders, recommendations or directions whatsoever given by any Government Authority in relation to the vessel and if by reason of and compliance with any such orders, recommendations anything is done or not done the same shall not be deemed deviation or a breach of this contract. Disembarkation of a Passenger or discharge of his property in accordance with any such orders, recommendations or directions shall constitute due and proper fulfillment of the obligations of the Carrier under this contract.
5) Bookings & Availability
a) Bookings may be done through Nyanza Evergreen Waterways Website, through accredited travel agents up to 1 day before departure and is on a first-come-first-serve basis, subject to availability. Passengers are required to have their Booking Confirmation printed or an electronic version and present it check-in. Walk-in and same day bookings may be made ‘through the counter’ on arrival on a first-come-first-serve basis, subject to availability.
b) A Passenger is obliged to make known before booking, any personal circumstances which can affect their trip (illness/handicap, allergy etc.). This obligation also applies to co-passengers, should Passenger conclude a contract on behalf of one or more co-passengers.
6) Cancellation of or alterations to services
a) The Carrier reserves the right to cancel, interrupt, vary or divert the scheduled sailing of any vessel when in its opinion or in the opinion of the Master it may be expedient owing to the weather or any other cause.
b) Booking Amendments
– 3 days or more before departure: No charge
– 2 days up to 30 minutes before departure: Amendment fee of US$ 10,- (35.000,- UGX)
* Amendment refers to change of departure date or time. A change in a Passengers name is not considered as an amendment but a cancellation. Amendments to bookings may be allowed subject to availability of seats.
For the avoidance of doubt, no amendments are allowed for No-Show Passengers (as further explained in clause 9 below).
7) Cancellation Policy and Refunds
a) Cancellation of a Ticket or partial cancellation of return Tickets by a Passenger does not entitle such Passenger to any refund.
b) Tickets for Activities or Attractions or Services are non-refundable
c) Booking and other handling fees incurred will not be refunded upon cancellation of a Ticket.
d) Cancellation and Change of Schedule; At any time after a booking has been made, we may change our schedules and/or cancel, terminate, divert, postpone, reschedule any trip where we reasonable consider to be justified by circumstances beyond our control or for reasons of safety or security. In the event of such trip cancellation, we shall at our option, either: a) Rebook you on the next available ferry departure without additional charge; or b) Offer to refund your ticket; the foregoing constitutes your sole remedy against the Carrier for such circumstances.
8) No Shows and Refunds
Passengers who fail to check-in for the collection of boarding pass before 40 minutes to departures from check in point will be classified as “No Show”.
– For “No Show” cases, the unutilized Ticket automatically lapses and is void. No refund, amendment or re-issuance of Ticket will be allowed.
9) Check-in & Boarding
For Passengers who are travelling from/to Entebbe or Kalangala: Passengers are advised to check-in, and collect boarding passes at the departure terminal ‘Check Point / Ticketing Counter’ at least 1 hour and 30 minutes and not later than 20 minutes before departure time. On check-in, present your booking confirmation for boarding.
– Even if you hold a confirmed reservation, you may be denied boarding and your seat may be given to other passengers if you do not check-in latest 20 minutes before departure time.
– Passengers who check-in after the cut-off time will be classified as “No Show”. Thereafter, company reserves the rights to cancel all confirmed seats.
– Passengers who miss their intended departure will have to purchase new Tickets on the next departure time (subject to seat availability).
– We are strictly a point-to-point carrier and shall not be responsible for any connecting flight, tour or travel arrangements which you may choose to make.
10) Legal Travel Documents
– The Passenger shall comply with all travel and immigration requirements necessary in Uganda and shall, have all necessary visas or documents whether for health, immigration, customs or other purposes.
– Fares will not be refunded where the Passenger is refused embarkation onto the vessel or entry into country of destination by reason of his failure to obtain and/or possess a valid passport or other necessary documents.
– Access to the boat as well as the sailing trip and the catering services may be denied to a Passenger by any staff member employed by Nyanza Evergreen Waterways should this prove necessary for reasons of capacity, safety, public order, threatened damage or nuisance, or in the case of outstanding claims from the past, without prejudice to the further provisions of these terms including the exclusion of liability on the part of the Company.
12) Baggage and Personal Items
a) For the security of your personal belongings, we advise you to lock your baggage to secure its contents. We, will not be liable for loss or damage to any items in your checked and carry-on baggage..
b) Scratches, nicks may appear despite careful handling by us. We do not assume any liability for normal wear and tear to baggage, which includes damage to or loss of protruding parts of the baggage, including, by way of example, strap, pockets, pull handles, zippers, wheels or items attached to the baggage.
c) No cargo except personal effects/belongings is allowed on-board the vessel.
d) Other property of the Passenger apart from baggage, including but not limited to bicycles and oversize items are subject to a carriage fee and will only be allowed on board the vessel subject to availability of space.
e) No foul-smelling items are allowed onboard the Vessel.
f) The Carrier will not accept dangerous goods for carriage on any vessel. Inflammable materials, explosives, corrosives, firearms, and all such articles, which may involve undue risk, must not be packed in luggage and are not allowed on board the vessel.
e) The luggage, easy to carry, portable or manually wheeled goods is packed solely by the passenger who checks it in for the trip and the owner is responsible for it’s’ contents.
13) Travel Agents
Where the Passenger books or reserves the journey or otherwise deals with the Carrier through a sales agent, travel agent, tour operator or other intermediary (hereinafter referred to as a (“Travel Agent”), the Passenger agrees and acknowledges that:- the Travel Agent acts solely as the Passenger’s agent and is fully authorized to act for and on his behalf in any matter whatsoever including but not limited to entering into a Contract of Carriage with the Carrier, collecting any Ticket issued by the Carrier making, amending or canceling any reservation, signing any document whatsoever and paying and receiving any funds. All the terms and conditions herein shall form part of any Contract of Carriage concluded by the Travel Agent for and on the Passenger’s behalf. The Carrier shall not be liable for any act, neglect or default of the Travel Agent nor to refund any monies paid by the Passenger to the Travel Agent for onward transmission to the Carrier or for other purposes which the Travel Agent failed to do or to re-issue any ticket which has already been issued and delivered to the Travel Agent. In the event the Travel Agent fails to remit to the Carrier any monies paid to it by the Passenger for whatever reason, the Passenger shall be and will remain liable for the sums due to the Carrier. The Passenger shall reimburse and fully indemnify the Carrier and hold the Carrier harmless against all or any liabilities, losses, claims, damages, costs, expenses and/or delay of whatever nature, sustained or incurred by, or made upon the Carrier whether directly or indirectly by reason of the Passenger’s negligence, breach of duty or failure to comply with these terms and conditions.
14) Exclusion/Limitation of Liability
14.1 Extent of liability of the Carrier
All liability of the Carrier to the Passenger under this contract (whether or not involving negligence) shall be subject to the following provisions of this Condition.
– The Carrier does not accept any liability, howsoever caused, for any loss or damage to the Passenger’s property arising out of a voyage on the Carrier’s vessels unless:
in the case of material damage to property (to be determined at the sole discretion of the Carrier), notice of the claim has been given to the Carrier before or at the time of disembarkation of the Passenger or not later than 7 days thereafter;
– The Carrier’s liability shall be limited to $200 in respect of any one Passenger in respect to any loss or damage to property.
– The Carrier shall have no liability for any indirect, special, consequential or economic loss.
14.2 Liability of employees, agents and independent contractors of the Carrier
The Carrier in making these conditions does so for itself and for and on behalf of each and every one of its employees, agents and independent contractors. The acceptance of a Ticket by the Passenger shall be conclusive evidence of his agreement that all rights, exemptions from and limitations of liability afforded to the Carrier by these conditions shall extend to each employee, agent and independent contractor of the Carrier acting within the scope of his employment or other contract and all such persons shall be deemed to be parties to the contract of which these Conditions form part. The performance or prospective performance by such persons of any duties or services in any way related to such contract shall be deemed to be good consideration moving from such persons to the Passenger.
14.3 Liability for loss of life.
a) The Carrier shall only be liable for loss of life of or injury to a Passenger if the loss or injury (as the case may be) was caused by the negligence or default of the Carrier, its servants or agents acting within the scope of their employment.
b) The liability (if any) of the Carrier for damage suffered as a result of the loss of life of or personal injury to the passenger shall be determined in accordance with the relevant terms and provisions of the laws of Uganda. .
14.4 Strikes, lock outs, force majeure
The Carrier shall not be liable for delay or inability to perform this Passenger Contract or any part thereof caused by or arising out of strikes, lockout or labor difficulties, or shortages and whether or not the Carrier be party thereto, or explosion, fire, collision, stranding or foundering of the vessel or breakdown or failure of or damage to the vessel or its hull or machinery or fittings howsoever and whosesoever any of the same may arise or be caused, or civil commotion, riot, insurrection, war, acts of terrorism, government restraint or requisition, political disturbance, inability to secure or failure of supplies including fuel, acts of God, or other circumstances beyond the carriers control.
14.5 Compliance with directives or orders of the Government
The Carrier shall have liberty to comply with any orders, recommendations or directions whatsoever given by the Government or any Government Authority in relation to the vessel and if by reason of and compliance with any such orders, recommendations anything is done or not done the same shall not be deemed deviation or a breach of this contract. Disembarkation of a Passenger or discharge of his property in accordance with any such orders, recommendations or directions shall constitute due and proper fulfillment of the obligations of the Carrier under this contract and shall not attract any liability on the part of the Carrier towards the Passenger.
14.6 Rejection of Boarding
The Carrier may, at its sole discretion, refuse to allow any Passenger to embark and may cancel the contract with such Passenger at any time before sailing and shall in that case return the money paid by the Passenger and such Passenger shall have no other claim whatsoever against the Carrier in respect of such refusal or cancellation.
14.7 Travel of Minors
All minors traveling with their parents, guardians or other adults remain the responsibility of their accompanying parents, guardians or other adults who should take steps to supervise the minors in their care and make sure that their behavior does not endanger their own safety or the safety of other Passengers. Subject to clause 14.3(a) above, the Carrier shall not be liable for any injury or loss of life that may occur to such minors while aboard the vessel.
15) Damage Caused By Passengers
The Passenger shall be liable to reimburse the Carrier for all damage to the vessel and its furnishing and equipment or any property of the Carrier caused by directly or indirectly in whole or in part by any willful or negligent act or omission on the part of the Passenger and the Passenger shall further indemnify the Carrier and each and all of its agents and servants against all liability whatsoever which the Carrier or such agents or servants may incur towards any person or company or Government for any personal injury or death, loss or damage to property caused directly or indirectly in whole or in part by any willful or negligent act or omission on the part of the Passenger.
16) The s Carriers’ Right to Lien over Luggage
The Carrier shall have a general lien on all property whatsoever accompanying the Passenger and the right to sell the same by public auction or otherwise for all liabilities whatsoever of the Passenger under this contract or otherwise and for the costs and expenses of enforcing such a lien of such a sale.
For the comfort and safety of all Passengers, the Carrier requires all Passengers to take note of all safety notices, instructions and advice made available aboard the vessel, whether issued verbally by any servant of the Carrier, broadcast over the public address system or disseminated on posters and other signs. The Carrier shall be entitled to any limitation of liability for any accident, injury or loss where such may be due under any applicable law or Statute, where such may be due to disregard on the part of the Passenger of such safety notice, instruction or advice.
Passengers shall be bound by and shall comply with all regulations and orders made or given from time to time by the Carrier or the Master with respect to Passengers and their luggage.
18) No Alcohol and Substance policy
Under no circumstances shall any Passenger bring any alcohol, drugs, illegal substances or dangerous goods aboard the vessel.
In the event of any one or more of the provisions of this contract of carriage being held for any reason to be invalid, illegal or unenforceable in any respect by a court of competent jurisdiction or by operation of law, such invalidity, illegality or unenforceability shall be omitted and shall not affect any other provision of this Agreement and the invalidity, illegality or unenforceability of such provision shall be construed as if not a part of this contract of carriage.
20) Governing Law
This contract shall be governed by Ugandan law and any disputes there under shall by determined by Courts in Uganda to the exclusion of the jurisdiction of any other country.
21) Dispute Resolution
a) If any dispute arises between the parties in connection with this contract of carriage or its subject matter and which cannot be resolved amicably by the parties, the parties and their legal representatives will promptly meet to resolve the dispute.
b) If the dispute referred to in section 21.1 cannot be resolved within thirty (30) days of the date of a party’s written notice to the other party of the disputed matter, the parties shall promptly refer the dispute to the Centre for Arbitration and Dispute Resolution (“CADER”) for final resolution of the matter. The decision of the arbitrator shall be binding on the Parties.
The charter company, Nyanza Evergreen Waterways, is liable to provide the vessel at the agreed location on the agreed date in a sail-ready condition for the charterer. If, for some unforeseen reasons like a damage made during the previous charter, the charter company cannot provide the vessel at the location, the company must provide the charterer with an alternative mode of transportation, a vessel of similar length and berth size for charter, or refund fees to the charterer completely. The foregoing are the exclusive remedies available to the charterer.
1) Charter Territory
The agreed charter sailing boundaries are within Lake Victoria. Sailing outside these waters is prohibited unless the written permission of the charter company is obtained.
2) Sailing Conditions
By signing the charter contract, the charterer confirms that they possess all the required knowledge of seamanship and navigation to sail a vessel on the lake. In the event they lack such skills, they must appoint a captain for the vessel, who should sign the charter contract too. By signing the contract the charterer affirms that he is in possess of a sailing certificate and has the required level of seamanship skills. The charterer will be held responsible for making any false declarations. The charterer and vessel captain are completely subject to the terms of this contract.
3) Specific Obligations and Liabilities of the Charterer
The charterer is liable to maintain the vessel and fittings, and to abide by maritime regulations with good seamanship and sail only during safe weather conditions. The charterer must never:
– Run a commercial passenger transport service on the boat.
– Hire out the vessel
– Tow another craft using the vessel, except in emergency.
– Sail at night except in good visibility and under good weather conditions.
The charterer must regularly check the boat during the trip (engine, oil etcetera.)
The keeping of pets (dogs, cats, birds and similar) on the vessel is not allowed. The charterer is liable to keep the log-book in a simple form and register all defects, incidents and damages. After any accident he must make a precise detailed report as proof for the harbor master, doctor or experienced authority. Moreover, the charter company should immediately be informed in detail about any incident. The same applies to maneuvering capability, losses or seizure or obstruction by the authorities. If costs are incurred because of lack of respect for regulations, they will be borne by the charterer. The charter company must be informed in case the vessel should run aground in order to inspect a damage. In case of damage or injury, repair costs and medical expenses will be debited from the deposit. The costs of damage to the vessel caused the deliberate, negligent or other actions of the charterer, shall be met by the charterer.
4) Hand-over of the Vessel
a) The vessel is delivered to the charterer with the full tank of fuel.
b) The condition of the vessel, equipment and full inventory are verified by the charterer from the check-list and confirmed by his signature. The boat shall be made available at the start of the trip clean and with a complete inventory. No later than the day of disembarkation the (co-)Passenger shall leave the boat in the same condition in which he found it upon embarkation, that is, clean and with a complete inventory unless agreed otherwise.
5) Returning of the Vessel
After termination of the charter trip the charterer must return the vessel with the full tank of fuel with equipment in order as stated on the checklist. Every loss or damage will be paid in base on the check out.
6) Late Return
The charterer shall return the vessel in time, except in cases of adverse weather conditions. The trip timetable must be planned so that the vessel can reach the home port on time. However, if the vessel is not delivered in time, the charter company must be informed as soon as possible. Any additional costs must be borne by the charterer. For each full day overdue the charter company can claim double price for one day. The charterer will be held responsible for the late arrival. For each full hour over the charter period dead-line the charterer must pay 5% of the corresponding daily charter rate.
Where a delay in return is occasioned by adverse weather conditions, the charter company may waive payment of the extra fees.
The charterer shall indemnify and hold the charter company harmless against any claim of liability or loss for personal injury or property damage resulting from or arising out of the use of the vessel. The charterer, to the fullest extent permitted by law, shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless the charter company, its directors, officers, employees, agents and assigns from and against any and all claims, damages, losses, judgments, liens, demands, liabilities and expenses of every nature and kind, including without limitation, claims for personal injury or death (including injury or death to person aboard the chartered vessel), property damage, adverse effects on the environment and attorneys’ fees, expert witness fees and court costs, arising out of, related to or resulting from (a) use of the vessel, (b) the acts or omissions of charterer, or anyone directly or indirectly employed by them or any party for whose acts or omissions they may be liable, (c) the breach of any of the provisions of this charter by the charterer, or anyone directly or indirectly employed by them or anyone for whose acts or omissions the charterer may be liable. Such indemnity obligations shall be in addition to any other rights available to the charter company. The charter company shall be given notice of the institution of any legal proceedings, claim or demand within a reasonable time after an officer of the charter company acquires actual knowledge thereof, and shall defend the same with counsel satisfactory to the charter company and without cost to the charter company (saving that the charter company shall pay its own counsel fee if it wishes to have separate representatives in any such legal proceedings). The charter company will cooperate with the charterer and give reasonable access to information. The charterer shall reimburse the charter company for expenses incurred by the charter company in giving such information and cooperation.
8) Method of Payment
Full payment (100%) required when making the contract with the charter company. In case of cancellation, the cancellation fees in clause 9 (below) apply.
9) Charter Cancellation
– Should the charterer to cancel the contract more than 2 weeks before the charter period, a cancellation fee of 30% of the charter price will apply.
– If the charterer cancel the contract less than 2 weeks before the charter period, a cancellation fee of 50% of the charter price will apply.
– If the charterer cancels the contract less than 3 days before the charter period, the charterer will forfeit 100% of the charter price, unless the charter company is able to procure a replacement charter
All payments are free of additional charges. All other liabilities to the charter company are than cancelled
This charter shall be governed by Ugandan law and any disputes there under shall by determined by Courts in Uganda to the exclusion of the jurisdiction of any other country. No variation of this charter shall be valid unless it is in writing and signed by or on behalf of each of the Parties.
No waiver by any of the parties of any of the requirements hereof or of any of its rights hereunder shall have effect unless given in writing.
This charter may be executed in any number of counterparts and by each Party on separate counterparts, each of which when executed and delivered shall constitute an original but all the counterparts together shall constitute one and the same instrument.
Entry to or use of the parking lot at Entebbe Waterfront Club is subject to these terms and conditions of use (as varied, updated or amended from time to time). These conditions contain limited exemption clauses affecting all persons who enter or use the car parks.
a) Entry to and use of this car park is entirely at your own risk.
b) Entry to and egress from the parking lot should be obtained only through the designated entrances and exits and along designated routes.
c) Customers should park vehicles only within designated bays, within authorized areas and so as not to cause obstruction.
d) Please ensure that before you leave the car:
– Your vehicle is fully and securely locked
– That all windows and the sunroof of your vehicle are securely closed
– If your vehicle is fitted with a steering lock or similar device that it is engaged.
– Wherever possible please take your possessions with you when you leave your vehicle. If you have to leave possessions in your vehicle, do not leave them where they are visible and ensure that they are as secure as possible.
e) Should you damage another customer’s vehicle you are requested to report the matter immediately to a member of the Company’s staff at the Entebbe Waterfront Club and give them the registration number of both vehicles.
f) The Company reserves the right, where it is lawful for the Company to do so, to move any vehicle within the car park by driving or otherwise to such extent as the Company, its employees, servants or agents, may in the exercise of its reasonable discretion think necessary to avoid obstruction or for the more efficient arrangement of its parking facilities at the car parks and it will not be liable for any damage caused to any such vehicle or property other than that which is attributable to negligence or willful misconduct on its part.
g) The Company additionally reserves the right, where it is lawful for the Company to do so, where the car parks have to be closed either permanently or temporarily in whole or in part or have to be evacuated in cases of emergency, to remove any vehicle at any time to any other reasonably convenient car park within the control of the Company and it will not be liable for any damage caused to any such vehicle or property other than that which
i) h is attributable to negligence or willful misconduct on its part.
j) The Company reserves the right for it or its employees, agents or the relevant Police Authority to move or remove any vehicle to safeguard any person or property against injury or damage or in the event of an actual or perceived threat to security and to remove vehicles which are, or appear to be, stolen or abandoned.