I Fought The Law - The Clash - 1977
Here you will find all the legal stuff about Rock and Roll Bingo from music licences to copyright and more.
Protection - Massive Attack - 1994
Owdoo Ltd is the creator and sole supplier/distributor of Rock and Roll Bingo worldwide. Rock and Roll Bingo is a trademarked and copyright protected product of Owdoo Ltd. Owdoo Ltd also owns all intellectual property rights and is fully licensed by the following governing bodies:
Please make sure your venue/event has the appropriate licences from PPL/PRS. If you don't know what's needed please visit www.ppluk.com/I-Play-Music for more details.
Copy Of A - Nine Inch Nails - 2013
The materials used and displayed on this website, including but not limited to all text, software, images, photographs, graphics, illustrations, artwork, creative materials, advertisements, commercials, film clips, video, music, sound, names, logos, trademarks, concept and storylines (”Proprietary Materials”) are, unless otherwise indicated, the property of Owdoo Ltd (the “Company”) and are protected by copyright, trademark, and other intellectual property laws.
Any use of the Proprietary Materials, except as expressly set forth herein, including but not limited to; reproduction, modification, distribution, broadcasting, republication, exhibiting, hiring, lending, renting, reprinting or reposting, without the prior written permission of the Company, is strictly prohibited. Any unauthorized use of the aforementioned may lead to civil action and/or criminal prosecution under applicable law.
Bingo Was His Name-O - various artists - 1780
Ahh how cute! Well cuteness aside Rock and Roll Bingo is “Bingo” by brand name only and is not bound but the same legislation as traditional Cash bingo set out by The Gambling Commission, and therefore no additional licences are needed to run the game.
Rock and Roll Bingo is however licensed as a quiz and you should always follow the best practices and legislation regarding appropriate prizes; e.g. no alcohol as prizes for minors!
Coming to Terms - Carolina Liar - 2008
General & Product Terms and Conditions
In using our website and/or product and services you are here by obligated to uphold the policies set in this terms and conditions document.
1. Contract Process
a. Where You submit Your Order to Us on our Websites or by e-mailing Your Order direct to Us at email@example.com : i. You will receive an electronic confirmation of receipt of your Order and of the details of Your Order as soon as is reasonably practicable. You will be notified separately if the Goods are unavailable or if Your Order cannot be fulfilled for any other reason. ii. If at any time you wish to alter the details of your Order, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org . You will not be able to alter the details of the Order once the Order has been placed in our order processing system (This does not affect the rights of Consumers set out in clause 9 below). iii. No binding contract is formed until we have placed the Order in our order processing system.
b. Where you submit Your Order to us by telephone or by post: i. You will be notified if the Goods are unavailable or if your Order cannot be fulfilled for any other reason. ii. No binding contract is formed until we have placed the Order in our order processing system.
c. We will retain a copy of the Contract for one year in the case of all orders other than Standing Orders, the Contracts for which will be kept for 5-6 years. We strongly advise you to keep a copy for your own records.
2. Obligation to Supply
a. We are only liable to supply you with those Goods which: i. You describe accurately in your Order; and ii. Are in stock at the time of receipt of Your Order.
b. Where you do not accurately describe the Goods, We will use our reasonable endeavors to supply the correct Goods but you shall not rely on our skill and judgment in selecting the Goods. We will accept the return of the Goods to Us and issue you a credit invoice if the Goods delivered do not match the description given in Your Order.
a. We will dispatch the Goods to an address in the United Kingdom during normal business hours within 5 days of receipt of your Order.
b. Where the delivery address is outside the United Kingdom we will dispatch the Goods within 14 days of receiving Your Order.
c. In either case, we will, unless otherwise agreed, dispatch the Goods by standard 2nd class post and will be free of charge. If you request delivery by any other method we will advise you of our handling charge at the time of ordering.
d. Where we cannot deliver, whether due to a Force Majeure Event or otherwise, in accordance with the timescales envisaged at 3(a) and 3(b) above, we will advise you and give you the option to cancel your order or to accept a revised delivery date. We may make a partial delivery of your Order where not all items are available.
e. We will arrange the return of the Goods and issue you a credit invoice where we are responsible, and you have been charged, for a duplicated delivery.
f. We may refuse to accept the return of any duplicate Order or to issue you a credit invoice where, in our reasonable opinion, the Goods were delivered in accordance with a valid Order. In those circumstances, unless we agree otherwise, you will remain liable to pay us the price together with the delivery fee and any other applicable taxes or duties in accordance with clause 7.
g. Where we do accept the return of duplicated goods delivered in accordance with a valid order. We reserve the right to apply an administration charge of 5% of the total value of the Order or £10, whichever is the greater.
h. Nothing in this clause 3 affects the rights of Consumers as set out in Clause 9 below.
4. Damage or Loss in Transit
a. We will replace at no extra cost to you any goods (including Goods dispatched under a Standing Order or a Subscription) damaged on or before delivery, provided that you notify us of the damage by telephone or in writing as soon as is reasonably possible after receipt of the Goods.
b. Subject to clause 4(a) above, we will replace at no extra cost to you, any goods which in our reasonable opinion have been lost in transit provided that you notify us by telephone or in writing if the goods fail to arrive within 28 days after the anticipated delivery date.
5. Ownership of the Goods
a. Ownership of the Goods will not pass to you until we have received full payment for them.
b. Until ownership of the Goods has passed to You: i. You are responsible for taking all necessary steps to prevent damage, loss or harm to the goods and you shall insure the goods at Your expense and for our benefit; and ii. You will hold the goods and resell them on our behalf as our agent only if we instruct you to do so.
c. The goods are protected by copyright law and we are entitled to an injunction against any infringement against our product.
d. The production of the CD and Tickets are licensed by PPL. Resale, copy or hire is strictly prohibited.
e. PPL and MCPS terms and conditions also apply.
a. Subject to clause 6(b), we warrant that the Goods are of a satisfactory quality fit for their normal purpose. We do not give any other warranties in respect of the goods, their condition or delivery, and any warranties implied by statute are excluded to the fullest extent permissible under law.
b. We do not offer any warranties as to the accuracy or completeness of the information contained in any of the goods.
c. These Terms and Conditions do not affect any statutory rights you may have.
d. If you believe that the goods are not of a satisfactory quality, you may, within 30 days of delivery, notify us in writing stating the reason for your dissatisfaction. If we authorise return of the goods and they are returned to us in their original condition and at your expense, we will promptly replace them or refund the price of such goods.
a. You shall pay our invoice for the price of the goods within 30 days of the date of our invoice, unless our Head of Sales or Credit Controller has agreed otherwise in writing.
b. If you do not pay any sums due hereunder by the due date for payment, we may charge interest on any outstanding amount at the rate of 2% per month above the base rate of the Bank of Scotland from the due date for payment to the date payment is made.
c. All payments shall be made in £ sterling. You are responsible for paying any bank or transmission charge in addition to the Price.
8. Intellectual Property Rights
You will not do, or permit to be done, anything that may detrimentally affect our copyright, trademarks or any other intellectual property rights in the Goods.
9. Cancellation of Subscription
a. Where you are a consumer, you may cancel your order without giving any reason by notifying us in writing (or by e-mail – email@example.com ) 1 calendar month prior to the next dispatch and after the minimum 6 month commitment period to the subscription has been completed.
b. In the event that you are a consumer and you choose to cancel your order and return the goods to us in accordance with this clause, we will refund the price, including the delivery fee, to you. You will be responsible for the cost of returning the goods to us.
c. However: i. Your rights in relation to Subscriptions are as set out in clause 10 below; and
d. Where you are not a Consumer: i. You may cancel your Order at any stage before the Goods have been placed in our order processing system. ii. If you wish to cancel a Subscription or Standing Order after we have entered the order into our processing system but before the effective start date, we reserve the right to charge you an administration charge of 5% of the total value of the Order or £10, whichever is the greater.
10. Subscription or Standing Order
a. Subscriptions may be renewed prior to expiry of the initial Term. Standing Orders will be renewed automatically at the end of the Initial Term (and at the end of any subsequent Term) unless you notify us in writing, not less than 14 days before the expiry of the Term, that you wish to terminate the Standing Order.
b. Subject to this clause you may terminate a Subscription or a Standing Order at any time after the minimum 6 month commitment period to the subscription has been completed.
c. If you cancel a Subscription after the Effective Start Date, you will not be entitled to receive a refund.
d. In the case of cancellation of a Standing Order, unless provided otherwise in these Terms and Conditions, You will be liable to pay for all goods dispatched pursuant to the order during the period of 3 working days after we receive your notification to cancel.
11. Waiver & Severability
a. Our failure to exercise or delay in exercising any of our rights or remedies under these Terms and Conditions does not constitute a waiver of such rights or remedies.
b. If any provision of these Terms and Conditions is found by a court or administrative body of competent jurisdiction to be invalid or unenforceable, it shall not affect the other provisions of these Terms and Conditions which shall remain in full force and effect.
a. Apart from orders placed pursuant to clause 1 above, any notices, request or other communication required under these Terms and Conditions shall be in writing, and may be delivered by post or facsimile.
b. Notices will be deemed to be delivered within 48 hours of posting where they are delivered by ordinary first class mail to an address within the UK and within five working days of posting where there are delivered by air mail to an address outside of the UK or, where they are sent by fax, on receipt of a successful facsimile transmission report.
c. Notices shall be delivered to us at the address set out in these Terms and Conditions and to you at the address to which the invoice is sent or such other address as either party notifies from time to time.
These Terms and Conditions are the only terms which apply to this Contract. Any variation to these Terms and Conditions is valid only if it is agreed in writing by Our Head of Sales or Our Credit Controller.
The headings used in these Terms and Conditions are for guidance only and shall not affect the interpretation of these Terms and Conditions.
15. Endorsements: Any representation of artists/bands either alive or dead on this website is purely for editorial purposes and is in no way to be taken as an endorsement.
16. Governing Law and Language
a. These Terms and Conditions shall be governed by English Law and shall be subject to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.
b. These Terms and Conditions are written in the English language and all notices and communications shall be in the English language. In the event that these Terms and Conditions are translated into another language, the English language text shall prevail.
17. Disclaimer of consequential damages. In no event shall either party be liable for any consequential, incidental, indirect, exemplary, punitive, special or other damages whatsoever (including, but not limited to, damages resulting from delay, loss of profits or loss of goodwill) resulting from the failure of Owdoo Ltd products under this agreement or the furnishing, performance or use of any goods sold pursuant hereto, whether due to breach of contract, breach of warranty, strict liability, product liability, the negligence of Owdoo Ltd or otherwise.
In these and any other terms and conditions included in the Contract, the expressions listed below shall have the following meanings:
"Agency Publishers" means any publisher producing any of the Goods on Our behalf. "Contract" means the agreement between us and you, which includes these Terms and Conditions, made by our acceptance of your Order. "Customer, (You, Your)" means whoever places the Order for the Goods with Us. "Consumer" means any Customer who is a natural person acting for purposes which are outside his business. "Effective Start Date" means the date of delivery of the first item of the Goods under a Subscription or Standing Order. "Force Majeure Event" means any circumstances beyond our reasonable control, including (but not limited to) accidents, flood, fire, natural disasters, industrial disputes, as a result of which the Goods are unavailable. "Goods" means any items offered for sale by us and requested by You in the Order. "Order" means your request to purchase any Goods. This includes Standing Orders and/or Subscriptions. "Price" means that amount quoted in our current price list from time to time plus delivery costs and any applicable Value Added Tax or other taxes or duties. "Seller (We, Us, Our)" means Owdoo Ltd a company registered in England under number 06419424 and whose registered office is at 55 FOUNTAIN STREET, MORLEY LEEDS WEST YORKSHIRE LS27 0AA, and its authorised representatives and assignees. Our VAT registration number is GB 993 5253 84 and our email address is firstname.lastname@example.org "Standing Order" means Your Order for any Goods published during the Term and fitting the description submitted to us by you in the Order. "Subscription" means Your Order for specific Goods to be published periodically during the Term chosen and agreed by you and us. "Term" means the period of 6 or 12 calendar months commencing on the date of the first delivery of the whole or any part of the Goods or any subsequent anniversary thereof. "Website" means our website to be found at www.rockandrollbingo.co.uk.
Online/subscription/recurring payment system terms and conditions
This page (together with any documents referred to on it) explains the terms and conditions on which we agree you can make payments to us for products and/or related fees. Please read these terms and conditions carefully and make sure that you understand them, before making a payment. You should understand that by making a payment you agree to be bound by these terms and conditions.
Please note that these terms and conditions only relate to your use of our online payment system and do not govern any wider relationship that you may have with us.
You should print a copy of these terms and conditions for future reference.
2. Access to our site:
Whilst we intend that our site is available at all times, it is possible that our site may be unavailable for short periods of time so that we can carry out upgrades and maintenance.
3. Your status:
3.1 By making a payment on our site, you warrant that:
3.1.1 You are legally capable of entering into binding contracts;
3.1.2 You are at least 16 years old;
3.1.3 That you are authorised to use the card and to make the relevant payments to us;
3.1.4 That you are not resident in a country where making a payment to our site, in line with these terms and conditions would breach any laws in that country or ours.
4. How the contract is formed between parties:
After making a payment via our site, you will receive an email from us acknowledging that we have received your payment. Please note that this does not mean that your payment has been accepted. Receipt of a payment from you does not oblige us to provide you, or the relevant individual, with any products or services that you pay for on our site. If we do not provide you (or the individual concerned) with the products or services that you have paid for on our site our sole obligation to you is to refund the sum paid in accordance with our Refunds Policy.
5.1 Payments may be made in certain foreign currencies, however, a currency conversion cost will be payable if a payment is made in currency other than Pounds Sterling. Any currency conversion costs or other charges incurred in making a payment shall be borne by you the payer, and shall not be deductible from the amounts due to us.
5.2 Payments are made on our site by entering relevant personal and card details. Please ensure that these are entered correctly as we are not always able to correct any errors that are made by you resulting in payment not being received to the correct account.
6. Paying by instalments - Recurring Payments:
6.1 Certain payments made on our site can be paid in instalments by setting up what is known as a recurring payment plan. If this is appropriate, then this will be offered to you on the payment page. If you select this option then you will be required to enter credit or debit card details for the account that is to be debited. In these terms and conditions, we use the term “the Card” to refer to the credit or debit card you use to make payment. By selecting the recurring payment option you authorise us to collect recurring payments from the Card for the sums due under your recurring payment plan and any other applicable fees as detailed in this paragraph 6, subject to the terms and conditions set out below.
6.2 You may change the Card used for the recurring payments by contacting the Head of Sales or Credit Controller by telephone on 0113 259 7013 or by email to email@example.com to arrange for us to call you back – For security reasons please do not send card details by email.
6.3 Setting up a recurring payment plan is a concession offered for the payment of certain invoices at our discretion as an alternative to paying all monies in advance. The recurring payment plan allows the payer to pay (or arrange payment) for goods/services and all related fees by instalments. If these instalment payments are not made on the due dates then the agreement that the fees may be paid by instalments is withdrawn and all fees not then paid under the recurring payment plan on which you have defaulted become immediately due and payable by you (whether they were then due for payment under the recurring payment plan or not). If you believe that a payment on your Card under the recurring payment plan will (or may be) declined, then please contact us immediately. If your Card will expire whilst payments have still to be made under the recurring payment plan then it is your responsibility to notify us in advance to make acceptable alternative arrangements for payment. Please see paragraph 6.6.
6.4 If you are paying on behalf of another, you agree that we may inform the relevant party that a recurring payment plan has been set up, providing details of the plan (excluding any card information) and informing said party if any payments are or are likely to be unpaid, due to the Card being declined, cancelled, expiring or for any other reason.
6.5 How to cancel your recurrent payment plan:
You may cancel your recurring payment plan by giving us notice in writing by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org at least 30 days in advance of the end of the minimum contractual commitment period, to setup a call with us to provide us with another valid form of payment for all outstanding sums.
For security reasons please do not send card details by email.
If notice of cancellation is not received at least 30 days in advance of the end of the contractual commitment period then we may still take that next instalment pursuant to the recurring payment plan even though we have received your notice of cancellation beforehand.
6.6 If your card expires or if your Card is due to expire during the term of the recurring payment plan then you must give us notice of this in writing by emailing us at email@example.com at least 30 days in advance of the next instalment date to set up a call with us to provide us with either updated card details for the recurring payment plan or to provide us with another valid form of payment for all outstanding sums.
For security reasons please do not send card details by email.
Setting up a recurring payment plan is an alternative to paying the full monies in advance. As such, if no alternative payment method is set up within 5 business days of the expiry date of the Card then all fees payable under the recurring payment plan on which you have defaulted shall become due and payable immediately.
6.7 Any funds outstanding will have further action taken if not reconciled within an agreed time period, this includes (but not limited to): Details being passed to dept recovery agents and/or legal action.
7. Overpayments and Refunds:
7.1 Your cancellation rights and your right to a refund vary depending on the goods/services that you are paying for. These are set out in our company terms and conditions.
7.2 In the case that we agree that an overpayment is made by you to us, then we will aim to refund the amounts owed within 30 days.
7.3 If we are due to provide you with a refund then this will be made to the Card used to carry out the original transaction (when available) in accordance with our Policy.
8. Our liability to a business:
8.1 This paragraph applies where you are making payment in the course of a business. It does not apply where you are a consumer.
8.2 Subject to paragraph 8.4, if we fail to comply with these terms and conditions, we shall only be liable to you for the fees and, subject to paragraph 8.3, any losses that you suffer as a result of our failure to comply (whether arising in contract, delict (including negligence), breach of statutory duty or otherwise).
8.3 Subject to paragraph 8.4, we will not be liable for losses that result from our failure to comply with these terms and conditions that fall into the following categories even if such losses were in our contemplation as at the date that the contract constituted by these terms and conditions was formed between us or being a foreseeable consequence of our breach:
(a) Loss of income or revenue;
(b) Loss of business;
(c) Loss of profits;
(d) Loss of anticipated savings;
(e) Loss of data; or
(f) Waste of management or office time.
8.4 We do not in any way exclude or limit our liability for:
(a) Death or personal injury caused by our negligence;
(b) Fraud or fraudulent misrepresentation;
(d) Defective products under the Consumer Protection Act 1987; or
(e) Any other matter for which liability cannot be limited or excluded by law.
9. Written communications:
Applicable laws require that some of the information or communications we send to you should be in writing. When using our site, you accept that communication by us to you will be electronic. We will contact you by email or provide you with information by posting notices on our site. For contractual purposes you agree to this electronic means of communication and you acknowledge that all contracts, notices, information and other communications that we provide to you electronically comply with any legal requirement that such communications be in writing. This condition does not affect your statutory rights
11.1 Any notice to be sent by you or by us in connection with these terms and condition can be sent by letter or by email. Notices to us should be sent to one of the following addresses:
11.1.1 Post: Accounts, Owdoo Ltd, Suite 1, Peel Mills, Commercial St, Leeds, LS27 8AG
11.1.2 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
11.2 We will send notices to you by email to the email address that you supplied at the time of making a payment.
11.3 Either of us can change the address for notices by telling the other in writing the new address, but the previous address will continue to remain valid for 7 days after the change is notified.
11.4 If sent to the correct address, a notice will be treated as received 3 working days after sending if a letter or 24 hours if sent by email even if it is not actually received.
The failure of either party to exercise or enforce any right conferred on that party under these terms and conditions shall not be deemed to be a waiver of any such right or operate to bar the exercise or enforcement thereof at any time or times thereafter. No waiver by us of any of these terms and conditions will be effective unless it is expressly stated to be a waiver and is communicated to you in writing in accordance with paragraph 9 above
If any court or competent authority decides that any of the provisions of these terms and conditions or any provisions of a Contract are invalid, unlawful or unenforceable to any extent, the term will, to that extent only, be severed from the remaining terms, which will continue to be valid to the fullest extent permitted by law.
13. Law and jurisdiction:
These terms and conditions and any dispute or claim arising out of or in connection with them or their subject matter or formation (including non-contractual disputes or claims) will be governed by English law.
Any dispute or claim arising out of or in connection with these terms and conditions or their formation (including non-contractual disputes or claims) will be subject to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England.