Website terms and conditions template: event organiser; tickets sold online
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About this agreement
This is website terms and conditions document is for a website marketing an event and selling tickets off the website.
Net Lawman offers two similar agreements for ticket sales:
- One is for the owner or organiser of the event (this document).
- The other is for a business selling tickets for many events managed by others. That is at TandC ticketing agency.
This is a simple legal framework for the ticket selling, including menus of alternative procedures and options so that you can “choose and use” without skills in legal matters.
The event you manage could be anything at all so long as attendance is by a ticket. It could be for example:
- an agricultural show;
- a music concert;
- a play;
- a sporting event;
- an exhibition.
As well as a basic legal framework, the terms cover a model set of rules of attendance, payment and cancellation provisions and strong disclaimers of liability.
Alternatives to this agreement
If you manage ticketing for other people, and multiple events, use the document we mentioned above at TandC ticketing agency.
If your site visitors can inter-act with you, or post reviews or messages, you should buy a document which gives greater protection, such as Website terms and conditions template: market place services: leisure events: buyer side.
Contents of this agreement
- Basis of contract - legal framework in simple language
- A menu of practical “rules” about aspects of attendance
- Price, payment and delivery of tickets
- Cancellation and returns
- Disclaimers and many matters to protect you.
- Various matters to protect you.
Over 400 words of helpful drafting notes.
This document was written by an attorney for Net Lawman. It complies with current South African law.
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