Terms and conditions of Entry
|THE COMPETITION PROPERTY WON:||All that freehold property known as 19 Vinny Avenue, Bristol, BS16 6UP.|
- You may purchase up to 1000 (One Thousand) £2.00 (two pound) ticket Entries into the Competition as you wish, subject to complying with the terms of this Agreement in respect of each Entry.
- You may submit 1 (one) free entry by sending a first class stamped envelope with the completed PDF Free Entry form to We Are Houses.
- You may not have any contact with the occupants of the Competition Property and if such is established your entry ticket will be nullified and forfeited.
- You must be aged 18 or over.
- You must not be connected with or related to Us, the Seller or anyone else connected with this Competition.
- Overseas entries are permitted. We will pay stamp duty, UK legal fees, 3 months building insurance and 3 months council tax. Any fees or taxes due by non UK citizens or Residents other than stated above will be paid on their onus.
- We will not accept any Entries once the Competition has Closed as defined in Clause 1.6 below. We do not accept responsibility for late, lost, damaged, incomplete or illegible entries. Proof of sending is not proof of receipt.
- The Competition will be Closed once either:
- the number of Entries reaches the Limit of 188,000 £2.00 rickets (the Competition has “Sold Out”); or
- the Competition Period expires (the Competition has “Timed Out”) on the 02/02/2019.
- Within 7 days of the Competition having Closed, We will select a Winner from among the eligible Entries.
- We will notify the Winner immediately, together with details of the Prize.
- If You are the Winner, You will comply with all of the Winner’s obligations as set out in this Agreement.
- The Winner will be awarded the Prize, which will consist of either:
- if the Competition has Sold Out, the Option to have the Property transferred to the Winner in accordance with this Agreement; or
- if the Competition has Timed Out, either a Cash Sum equivalent to 80% of the total Entry Fees or the Property, such decision to be made by Us at our absolute discretion..
- The Winner must both:
- acknowledge this notification in writing to Us within 30 days of receipt of notification; and
- where the Prize consists of the Property, the Winner must additionally state to Us in writing within 30 days of receipt of notification that they have been declared the Winner and that they would like to exercise their Option or
- where the Prize consists of the Cash Sum, the Winner must additionally state to Us in writing within 30 days of receipt of notification that they have been declared the Winner and that they would like to receive the Cash Sum and
- The Winner may communicate this confirmation in writing by verifiable email in respect of which We will seek telephonic confirmation and conduct a fully identity check.
- If the Winner fails to make contact with Us as set out above, the Winner’s Entry will be declared void and We will select an alternative Winner and repeat the process set out at clauses 1.8 to 1.11 until there is a valid Winner.
- Where the Winner exercises the Option, he must provide us with all information necessary for the transfer of the Property to proceed and must co-operate with Us to proceed to completion of such transfer as quickly as possible.
- There is no cash or any other alternative in whole or in part in exchange for the Property. However, in the event of the whole or any part of the Property being unavailable for reasons beyond Our control, We reserve the right to substitute an alternative prize of the same or higher value.
- The Winner agrees to co-operate with Us in our request for reasonable publicity. This will include having their photograph taken receiving the keys to the Property, or receiving a cheque in respect of the Cash Sum. Should there be exceptional reasons why such publicity cannot or should not go ahead We shall be sympathetic to such requests for anonymity but will treat each case on its merits.
- Details (name and county) of the Winner can be obtained by sending a stamped self-addressed envelope to Us.
- Transfer of Property
- The Property is to be transferred subject to the Incumbrances on the Property and the Winner will raise no requisitions on them. The Winner’s reasonable legal fees shall be paid for by Us, such fees not to exceed £2000 (two thousand pounds).
- The Winner is responsible for arranging such searches, surveys and enquiries relating to the Property as he may deem appropriate and We shall not be held responsible or in any way liable for any error or negligence on the part of the Winner’s solicitor. On completion of the transfer of the Property to the Winner We will pay the legal fees and stamp duty associated with, and arising from, the transfer of the Property, subject to our approval (not to be unreasonably withheld) of the Winner’s selected legal representative, who must be a practising solicitor or licensed conveyancer or other person qualified to conduct conveyancing for a fee.
- Subject to the terms of this Agreement and to the Standard Conditions of Sale, the Seller is to transfer the Property with full title guarantee.
- The only chattels on the Property which are to be included in the transfer are those notified to Us by the Seller in writing before the exercise of the Option in accordance with clause 1.12.1 and 1.12.2
- The Property is to be transferred with vacant possession on completion.
- The Winner agrees that the covenant set out in Section 3(1) of the Law of Property (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1994 does not extend to any charge incumbrance or other right which the Seller does not know about.
- Where the Winner is allowed access to or occupation of the Property prior to completion in order to carry out works or installations, the provisions of Standard Condition 5.2 shall apply and in addition:
- the Winner shall have no claim against the Seller for and shall indemnify the Seller in respect of all liabilities costs and expenses arising from the death of or injury to any person at the property or the loss of or damage to any property real or personal; and
- the Winner shall upon rescission of this Agreement if and to the extent required in writing by the Seller remove any installations made by the Winner and reinstate the property to as good a state of repair and condition as it was in immediately before the Winner took occupation or access.
- Force Majeure
- We shall be under no liability to You in respect of anything which, apart from this provision, may constitute breach of this Agreement arising by reason of circumstances beyond Our reasonable control which shall include (but shall not be limited to) acts of God, perils of the sea or air, fire, flood, drought, explosion, sabotage, terrorism, war, accident, embargo, labour disputes, riot, civil commotion, acts of local government and parliamentary authority.
- The definitions set out in Schedule A shall apply in this Agreement.
- In this Agreement words denoting persons shall include corporations, companies, firms or other bodies as the case may be and vice versa; references to one gender shall include all genders and references to the singular shall include the plural and vice versa.
- This Agreement incorporates the Standard Conditions of Sale. Where there is a conflict between those Conditions and this Agreement, this Agreement prevails. In this Agreement the Standard Conditions of Sale shall be amended and construed as set out in Schedule A.
- References to the “Buyer” in the Standard Conditions of Sale shall mean the Winner of the Competition who has exercised the Option.
- Terms used or defined in this Agreement have the same meaning when used in the Conditions.
- We may assign this Agreement (in whole or in part) to a third party. You shall not (and shall not purport to) assign or charge your rights or obligations, in whole or in part, under this Agreement, including any Entry You have made, to any third party.
- No relaxation forbearance delay or indulgence by either party in enforcing any of the terms and conditions of this Agreement, or the granting of time by either party, shall prejudice affect or restrict the rights and powers of that party under this Agreement nor shall any waiver by either party of any breach of this Agreement operate as a waiver of or in relation to any subsequent or any continuing breach of this Agreement.
- In the event that any of the terms, conditions or provisions contained in this Agreement shall be determined by any competent authority to be invalid, unlawful or unenforceable to any extent, such term, condition or provision shall to that extent be severed from the remaining terms, conditions and provisions which shall continue to be valid to the fullest extent permitted by law.
- Any notice to a party under this Agreement shall be in writing signed by or on behalf of the party giving it and shall be deemed served on a party if given personally, left at or sent by prepaid recorded delivery or faxed or emailed to that party at the addresses or numbers set out in the Proposal, or such others as may be notified from time to time.
- No term of this Agreement is enforceable pursuant to the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 by any person who is not a party to it.
- The Competition and this Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with English law and the parties hereby submit for to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England.
The following words shall have the following meanings:
|Agreement||this Agreement (including the Entry Form and the Standard Conditions of Sale);|
|Competition||the competition, organised by We Are Houses in accordance with this Agreement, to win the Property;|
|Competition Period||the period until the date specified on the Entry;|
|Entry/Entries||A completed Entry Form or Free Entry Form accompanied by appropriate Entry Fee submitted to We Are Houses.|
|Entry Fee||the amount paid for Entry into the Competition;|
|Incumbrances on the Property||(i) If the title to the Property is registered, all matters (other than financial charges referred to in the Register) stipulated on the property, proprietorship and charges register of any registered title to be sold/and or any matters contained or referred to in such registers or referred to in any document which has been disclosed prior to the date hereof;
(ii) If the title to the Property is unregistered, all matters in or referred to in the Epitome of Title (other than outstanding financial charges in or referred to in the Epitome) and all documents disclosed to the Winner’s solicitors prior to the date hereof and all entries in the Land Charges Department affecting the property;
(iii) All latent easements and latent liabilities affecting the Property including any right of way and water, rights of common and other rights, easements, quasi easements, liabilities and public rights and including rights obtained over the Property under the Access to Neighbouring Land Act 1992;
(iv) Matters registrable upon a public register as well as matters registered;
(v) Entries on registers maintained at H M Land Registry and its Land Charges Department;
(vi) All matters revealed or which would have been revealed by searches, enquiries and inspection which the Buyer made or which a prudent Buyer should have made;
(vii) Whether or not the title to the property is registered, overriding interests;
(viii) All incumbrances referred to in Clause 3.1.2 of the Standard Conditions.
|Property||The Property described on the www.2poundhome.com website and to which the Entry relates.|
|We/Us etc||We Are Houses, 57 Wells Rd, Radstock, Somerset BA3 3SB|
|Standard Conditions of Sale||The Law Society’s Standard Conditions of Sale (Fourth Edition)|
Amendments to the Standard Conditions of Sale
In this Agreement the Standard Conditions of Sale shall be amended and construed as follows:
- In Standard Condition 2.2.1 if the Buyer shall pay to the Seller a sum less than the full 10% then upon the service of a completion notice, the Buyer shall pay to the Seller any difference between 10% of the purchase price and the amount actually paid (if less)
- In Standard Clause 6.1.2 “1.00 p.m.” shall be substituted for “2.00 p.m.”.
(iii) In Standard Condition 3.1.2 (e) “public requirement” shall include a notice or proposal.
- Standard Clause 4.3.2 shall be deleted.
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