Terms and Conditions of The Village Communications Ltd.

Last updated: November 1, 2023

1. Acceptance of Terms: by accessing or using our services, you agree to be bound by these terms and conditions, as well as any additional terms and policies referenced herein.

2. Services Offered: The Village Communications Ltd. provides media consultancy, advertising, marketing, and related services to clients. The specific details of our services will be outlined in client agreements and proposals.

3. Client Responsibilities: clients are responsible for providing accurate and complete information required for our services. They must comply with all applicable laws and regulations and ensure the content and materials they provide do not infringe upon any rights or contain illegal or harmful content.

4. Payment Terms: clients shall pay The Village Communications Ltd. for the services as per the terms stated in the client agreement or proposal. Payment terms, including rates, invoicing details, and late payment penalties, will be specified in the agreement.

5. Intellectual Property: any intellectual property rights associated with work created by The Village Communications Ltd. for clients, including but not limited to designs, advertising campaigns, or marketing materials, will be transferred to the client upon receipt of full payment, unless otherwise agreed upon in writing.

6. Confidentiality: both parties shall maintain the confidentiality of any sensitive and proprietary information shared during the course of working together. Exceptions may include information already in the public domain or disclosure required by law.

7. Limitation of Liability: The Village Communications Ltd. shall not be liable for any indirect, incidental, or consequential damages arising from the use of our services. Our liability for any claim shall not exceed the total amount paid by the client for the specific service giving rise to the claim.

8. Termination: either party may terminate the agreement with written notice if the other party breaches any material provision. In such cases, any outstanding payments shall become immediately due and payable.