Terms and Conditions
The Veiled Eye and Gallereye (The Veiled Eye), agree to furnish services to you ("Client") subject to the following Terms of Service (TOS).
Use of The Veiled Eye services constitutes acceptance and agreement to The Veiled Eye's Terms of Service (TOS).
This Agreement shall be construed in all respects in accordance with the laws of the province of Ontario applicable to contracts enforceable in that province. Venue will be Ottawa, Ontario.
- General: Use of the information on the The Veiled Eye website is restricted to personal use only and is not to be resold, copied or redistributed without express written permission of The Veiled Eye.
- Privacy: Your communications with and The Veiled Eye will be held in strictest confidence. When reasonably practicable, The Veiled Eye will preserve the confidentiality of such communications in accordance with our Privacy Statement.
See the The Veiled Eye Privacy Statement.
- Service Rates: The Client acknowledges that the nature of the service furnished and the initial rates and charges may be changed from time to time.
- Payment: Dance instruction and performances must be paid for in advance. For all other services, a deposit is to be paid in advance with the balance due upon completion. Invoicing will be by email to the email address supplied by you and applies to all services provided by The Veiled Eye.
- Fees for Non-Payment: Credit cards that are declined for any reason are subject to a $25.00 declination fee. Likewise, a $50.00 fee will be applied where bank cheques are returned as non-negotiable. Accounts that are not collectable by The Veiled Eye may be turned over to an outside collection agency for collection. If your account is turned over for collection, you agree to pay The Veiled Eye a "Processing and Collection" fee of not less than 20% of the unpaid balance.
- Refunds and Disputes: All payments to The Veiled Eye are non-refundable. All disputes must be reported within 10 days of the time the dispute occurred. If you dispute a charge to your credit card issuer that, in The Veiled Eye's sole discretion is a valid charge under the provisions of the TOS, you agree to pay The Veiled Eye an "Administrative Fee" of not less than $50 and not more than $150.
- Cancellation: All requests to cancel an order must be made in writing with at least 10 days prior written notice and sent to The Veiled Eye via email.You must provide all account information to cancel your order.
- The Client acknowledges that dance lessons are of such a nature that if for any reason the client were to sustain an injury, The Veiled Eye is not to be held responsible. Therefore, the Client agrees that The Veiled Eye shall not be liable for any damages arising from such causes that are not under the direct control of The Veiled Eye. The Client further acknowledges that they are of the legal age of consent and that they bear sole responsibility their own actions. In no event shall The Veiled Eye be liable for any special or consequential damages, loss or injury. All dance students must complete and submit a "PARQ" form as provided by The Veiled Eye.
- Miscellaneous Provisions: You must provide us with, and keep current, correct contact information for you. Email, telephone and postal mail are used, in that order of preference.
- The Veiled Eye is not responsible for the content of any other Web sites linked to the The Veiled Eye website; links are provided as Internet navigation tools only. The Veiled Eye disclaims any responsibility for any such inappropriate use and any liability to any person or party for any other person or party's violation of this policy.
- The Veiled Eye does not make implied or written warranties for any services.
- Applicable Laws:
- This agreement shall be governed by and construed according to the laws in force in the Province of Ontario.
- The invalidity or unenforceability of any provision of this Services Agreement or any covenant herein contained shall not affect the validity or enforceability of any other provision or covenant herein contained and any such invalid or unenforceable provision or covenant shall be deemed to be severable.