Fairmead Hunting Lodge
You’ll feel right at home...
Neighbours? Not likely
Enjoy some stunning scenery...
Terms & Conditions of the agreement between:
The Fairmead Hunting Experience Ltd and its clients
The Fairmead Hunting Experience Ltd (The Company) will perform its services in accordance with accepted industry standards.
The Company will comply with all relevant laws applicable to the conduct of these services and the operation of equipment used in the performance of the services.
Clients acknowledge that in the course of The Company its Directors, Guides and Subcontractors, performing the services of Hunting and related activities for the Clients, they may be at risk of suffering personal injury, accident or death and that the Clients expressly waive any right to sue or otherwise bring a claim against The Company in respect of any such injury, accident or death and whether there be loss directly or indirectly caused by the same. This provision shall also be binding on the Client’s personal representatives. The Clients also waive any right to bring action against the agents, employees or other personal representatives of The Company and accepts that if they should insure against such risks then the insurer shall have no right to take action against The Company, or their agents, employees or personal representatives, by subrogation or otherwise.
This agreement will terminate on completion of the services performed by The Company.
This agreement shall be governed solely by the laws of New Zealand whose courts shall have exclusive jurisdiction in any dispute arising under or relevant to this agreement or the relationship between The Company and Clients.
All disputes and differences between the parties in respect of the interpretation of this agreement shall be referred first to mediation by a mediator agreed upon by both parties.
All Clients agree to comply with all reasonable and lawful directions given by The Company or its agents, guides or subcontractors in performing the services offered by The Company.
Force Majeure. If due to an act of God, accident, fire, lockout, strike or other labour dispute, riot or civil commotion, enactment, rule or act of Government, failure of technical facilities, failure or delay of transportation facilities, act of war or terrorism, epidemics, earthquakes or other disasters, or other cause beyond the reasonable control of The Company, The Company is unable to perform its services, The Company shall be under no liability for its failure to perform the services as a result of the above. However The Company will use its best endeavors to overcome the event and minimise the loss to the Client and will continue to perform its obligations as far as practicable.
All trophies hunted and taken by the clients of the Company, remain the property of the Company until the total safari is paid for in full.
Clients acknowledge that they have read and fully understood the terms of this agreement and enter into it of their own free will and acknowledge that they are not under any duress or incapacity of any sort and have had the opportunity to take legal advice.
Clients who book with The Company shall be deemed to have accepted the terms and conditions of this agreement.