To find out about our Terms and Conditions, please feel free to contact us and we can get them to you as soon as we can. They are in our contracts but if you wish to view them before going ahead with a hire, that’s
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(i) The Owner would normally use photographs of the installation lighting and any décor hired at your event for advertising with the Client’s consent.
(ii) The Owner usually creates a small blog about your event illustrating the work Enchanting Illuminations do for future potential clients. This blog relates to technical aspects of the installation only, again this happens with the Client’s consent.
(iii) The Owner would also like to use any images the Client would be willing to provide illustrating the service the Owner provides. (Faces could be blurred out and the Owner would leave individuals’ names out should the Client so wish.
(iv) Any images from the Client’s event would not be published online or in any marketing material the Owner may produce until at least two weeks after the
(v) A Consent form will be issued.
(vi) The Client will have editorial rights to amend or withhold the right to publish any image selected for marketing purposes.
(vii) The Owner will treat any personal information the Client provides in accordance with the provisions of the Data Protection Act (1998).
(viii) Images used will only be used for marketing purposes and the Owner will only use the information you supply via The Owners’s business website, email, and social media page.
(ix) The Owner does not sell, trade or rent your information to third parties.
(x) The Owner will only use your shipping and billing address along with other contact information the Client provides, (such as landline number, mobile number and e-mail address), for business purposes.
(xi) To fulfil the Client’s order, the Client must provide the Owner with all personal, contact and design information requested.
(xii) The Client may be asked for further information necessary to complete customised orders. Such information may be passed to the Owner directly. he product that you’re ordering. You may also choose to provide me with additional personal information (for a custom order), if you contact me directly.
(xiii) The Owner relies on various legal bases to collect, use, and share your information. All such information must be provided including:
(a) Information necessary to process your order.
(b) Information necessary to design your order.
(c) Information necessary to make and receive payments.
(d) Information required for legal purposes.
(e) Information required for a court order or in connection with a legal claim
(xiv) The Client may request the deletion of all personal information in the event of the cancellation of the lighting installation. when you have provided your affirmative consent, which you may revoke at any time.
(xv) Certain items of the Client’s personal information will be shared with third parties for logistical reasons. Only information critical to the logistical operations of the lighting installation will be shared with these Third Parties.
(xvi) Only Third Parties working on the Client’s lighting installation will receive any such information.
(xviii) Compliance with laws. The Owner may share The Client’s information if I have a good faith belief that it is reasonably necessary to:
(a) respond to legal processes and/or requests
(b) respond to government requests
(c) enforce the Owner’s agreements, terms and policies
(d) prevent fraud and any other illegal activity and/or co-operate with an official investigation, by police, HMRC or any other official body.
(e) Protect the rights, property and safety of all clients, venue staff and Enchanting Illuminations staff.
(f) prevent, investigate, and address fraud and other illegal activity, security, or technical issues; or
(g) protect the rights, property, and safety of my customers, or others.
(xix) The Owner retains the Client’s information only for as long as necessary to provide the Client with the Owner’s services as detailed at the point of order.
(xx) Certain information will be archived to comply with legal and regulatory obligations.
(xxi) If the Client resides in certain territories, including the EU, you have a number of rights in relation to your personal information. While some of these rights apply generally, certain rights apply only in certain limited cases. These rights are set out below:
(a) The Client may have the right to access and receive a copy of the Client’s personal information the Owner holds about you by contacting the Owner using the contact information below.
(b) Th client may have the right to change and/or restrict, and/or delete and/or withhold information requested by the Owner.
(c) The Client may also have rights to alter and/or restrict the Owner’s use of the Client’s personal information.
(d) The Client may also have rights to insist the Owner deletes the Client’s personal information.
(e) The Owner urges the Client to check their rights governed by their nationality.
(f) Unless the Owner is required to store data to satisfy UK and/or Scots Law the Owner will generally delete the Client’s personal information upon request.
(a) The Client can object to the following:
(1) The Owner processing some of the Client’s information based on the Owner’s legitimate interests
(2) Receiving marketing messages from the Owner after providing the Client expressed consent to receive them.
(3) In such cases, the Owner will delete your personal information and/or desist from contacting the Client unless the Owner has compelling and legitimate grounds to continue using this personal information.
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