Credit Card Authorization Form
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Section 1. Services
JV will provide services described on the Invoice/Estimate for Event.
Section 2. Pricing
(a) Client will pay the rates stated on the Invoice/Estimate.
(b) 10% rush fee will be assessed for staffing requests within 24 hours of the Event.
(c) 10% administrative fee (minimum of $75) is applied to all bookings.
(d) Payment can be made via check (payable to Julia Valler Inc) or Credit Card. A 3.5% Processing Fee will be charged for Credit Card payments.
(e) Client authorizes JV to charge any reasonable incidental costs incurred by JV in the service of Client for the Event that has heretofore been unaccounted for.
Section 3. Payment Terms
(a) A fifty percent (50%) non-refundable deposit is required at signing. The balance shall be due and payable 3 days before the event date. Client is billed for any additional expenses and time post event. Final balance is due upon the terms stated on Invoice/Estimate.
(b) Staff canceled one (1) day prior to the date of the event or less will incur a 100% cancellation fee.
(c) If the client cancels, and a deposit/full payment was not provided in a timely manner, then a cancellation balance is due to JV within five (5) days of cancellation.
(d) If payment is not remitted within the terms stated on Invoice/Estimate, a ten percent (10%) late fee will be assessed. Each continuing thirty (30) day period where payment is delinquent will result in a further ten percent (10%) late fee assessment. In the event of non-payment, Julia Valler retains the right to attempt collection through all legal and permissible means. Client will be responsible for all court fees, legal fees, and collection costs incurred by Julia Valler. It is further agreed to and understood that Client shall be charged $50 for each returned check plus a $10 service charge for each collection notice.
Section 4. Client Responsibilities
Client understands that they may not ask staff to drink alcohol, engage in illegal activities or perform tasks outside of the scope of JV services. Client may not request the staff to stay at the event after completion of their duties, the time when staff leaves the event is considered the out time. Client acknowledges and understands that they may, under no circumstances, approach JV staff with offers of employment. If Client would like to independently employ any JV staff, Client should notify JV. Client acknowledges and understands that it may not contact former office staff for 3 years of the date resigned and current office staff, unless approved by JV in writing, with offers of employment or requests for services competing with services provided by JV.
Section 5. Termination
In the event that either party breaches any of the terms or conditions of this Agreement and fails to remedy breach within fourteen (14) days after receipt of written notice thereof from the other party, the party giving notice may, at its option and in addition to any other remedies which it may have at law or in equity, terminate this Agreement by sending notice of termination in writing to the other party. Such termination shall be effective as of the date of the receipt of such notice. No termination of this Agreement, however effectuated, shall release the parties from their rights and obligations accrued prior to the effective date of termination.
Section 6. Limited Liability
(a) JV will strive to provide top-quality service for Client at the Event. If JV staff commit any errors or if any equipment fails, JV staff will take immediate corrective measures to rectify the situation. However, JV will not be liable to Client for any loss or damage incurred because of such errors or equipment failure.
(b) Client acknowledges and understands that Client has no claims against JV or its staff for any act or omission that occurs in the performance of this Agreement.
Section 7. Force Majeure
JV and Client are both excused from their contractual duties under extraordinary, unanticipated circumstances including but not limited to acts of God and severe family hardship. The down payment is not refundable in such cases.
Section 8. Notice
Any notices to be provided by either party shall be made in writing.
Section 9. Severability
If any provision of this Agreement is held to be invalid, void or unenforceable for any reason, the remaining provisions shall remain in full force without being impaired or invalidated in anyway.
Section 10. Governing Law
This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of New York.
Section 11. Forum Selection
Any dispute under this agreement resulting in litigation will be heard in the federal or state courts located in the State of New York.