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Terms & Conditions

General conditions

The entitlement to a student discount can only be granted for individuals who meet the requirements.

Domaine de Boisbuchet reserves the right to make changes in the sequence and content of the workshop programme, as well as to replace the instructor in case of illness.

Should the course be cancelled by the organizer, the participation fees will be refunded. Additional costs in connection with travel arrangements will not be reimbursed.


Payment & cancellation

Participants are requested to pay their participation fee prior to their participation in the workshop.

50 € will be retained on every cancellation for management costs.
A penalty fee of 200 € is applied (in addition to the 50 € fee) for every cancellation done within one month prior to the starting date of the workshop.
No reimboursement will be done to participants not cancelling before 2 weeks prior to the starting date of the workshop.

The registered individual has the option of naming a substitute to attend in his/her place.

If the minimum number of participants is not reached, the course will be cancelled.

Those who have registered for the workshop will be notified two weeks prior to the starting date of the course.


Insurance

Each participant is responsible for arranging sufficient insurance coverage for the duration of the workshop: accident, liability and health insurance for travel abroad including evacuation, theft insurance for one’s personal effects.

The organizer is not liable for any costs or damages. For all its offered courses and undertaking, the organizer shall not be liable for any damages to people or property caused by sovereign acts of any government, acts of nature or by third parties.


Intellectual Property Rights

For all designs and works produced during the workshops at Boisbuchet C.I.R.E.C.A. reserves the right to retain these objects and use them without limitation for educational purposes.

If C.I.R.E.C.A. intends to use commercially a design the designer is entitled to the customary royalties.

Each designer is though the owner of his design and has the rights to proceed with any further development and production of the product.