Term & Condition
The Agreement on Accommodation aboard the Flying Doctors India shall enter into force once the fee for the accommodation aboard the Flying Doctors India is paid in full. Everything published in our programme represents a legal obligation for both us and you, and constitutes an integral part of the Agreement. These Terms and Conditions shall be the sole basis for the resolution of any disputes that arise between us. Therefore we ask you to read them carefully.
BOOKING AND PAYMENT
You can book the Flying Doctors India by e-mail, phone, fax or directly. Chartered Flying Doctors Indias with control equipment may be used only once the payment has been duly effected (50 % when booking, and the rest no later than four weeks prior to the commencement of the charter period). The Charterer shall submit to the Owner the list of the names and addresses of the crew members four weeks prior to the commencement of the charter period. If the entire amount is not paid within the deadline set out in the Agreement, the Agreement shall be terminated, and the Owner shall reserve the right to keep the amount already paid. In case of impossibility of signing the contract, by advance payment made by a lessee this contract shall be considered concluded and both parties to the contract accept by it the contractual provisions as well as general charter conditions. In case if a lessee is not also the user of a charter, he will be under obligation to inform the end user on general charter conditions, otherwise he will be liable for any and all claims of the ship owner towards the end user which will not be collectible. When a lessee is not also the end user of a charter, rights and obligations of a lessee referred to below refer to the end user of a charter.
The charter fee includes the fee for a Flying Doctors India equipped according to the official price list and inventory list of Flying Doctor India. The charter fee does not include other costs, such as food, fuel or berthing charges. The Flying Doctors India shall be handed over to the Charterer with full water and fuel tanks, in working condition and clean; it must be redelivered in the same condition.
If the Charterer is unable to commence with the Flying Doctors India charter for any reason, he shall be free to find a person to take over his rights and obligations with the owner’s consent. If the Charterer fails to find a replacement, the Owner shall keep the following: 30 % of the charter fee if the charter is cancelled at least two months prior to the commencement of the charter period; 50 % of the charter fee if the charter is cancelled no later than four weeks prior to the commencement of the charter period; 100 % of the charter fee if the charter is cancelled less than four weeks prior to the commencement of the charter period. Deviations equipment of Flying Doctors Indias of the list of equipment or inventory does not give the tenant the right to a price reduction, if the Flying Doctors India are all for safety and navigation are essential parts of the equipment.
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Your material, whether public or private, will not be sold, switched, transferred, or given to any other business for any reason whatever, without your consent, other than for the prompt purpose of transporting the purchased product or service requested by the customer.
The security deposit shall be paid (the amount is set out in the price list for each Flying Doctors India) in cash or by credit card upon the delivery of the Flying Doctors India. The entire amount of the security deposit shall be redelivered following the Flying Doctors India check-out at the agreed place and time, with the accompanying equipment, and if the Flying Doctors India is undamaged. In case of loss of or damage to the equipment, individual parts of the Flying Doctors India or theft of the Flying Doctors India itself, the Owner shall keep a certain portion or the entire security deposit corresponding to the amount for the procurement of the lost or damaged equipment or for the repair of that individual part of the Flying Doctors India. The Charterer shall check the oil level in the engine daily. Any damage caused by insufficient oil in the engine shall not be covered by the insurance. The lessee may insure the paid caution money and the lessor recommends to conclude such a type of insurance.
Each Flying Doctors India has casco and compulsory insurance for passengers. The Flying Doctors India insurance is defined in the terms and conditions laid down by the insurer that insures the Flying Doctors India. Any damage normally covered by the insurance policy, but not notified to the insurer immediately, shall not be recognised. In that case, the Charterer shall be personally responsible for the damage due to failure to notify the damage. If the Flying Doctors India is damaged, the Charterer shall bear the costs incurred for its repair, not exceeding the amount of the security deposit. The costs of repairs exceeding the amount of the security deposit shall be borne by the insurance company. In case of gross negligence or failure to notify damage, the Charterer shall bear all costs. The personal property of the skipper and crew members is not insured, therefore insurance is recommended in a personal arrangement. Personal property is not insured.
Claims, if any, resulting from the charter of a Flying Doctors India should be sent in writing to the lessor 14 days upon end of charter at the latest. The Owner shall recognise only those complaints which are submitted in writing during the redelivery of the Flying Doctors India, and signed by the Charterer and Owner. Compensation claims are limited to the maximum amount of the contracted charter price. All other claims are excluded.
The parties shall endeavour to resolve any misunderstanding or dispute amicably. If they are unable to resolve it amicably, the court with territorial jurisdiction where the Owner has his registered office shall have jurisdiction, subject to the laws of the Republic of Croatia. Any special annexes shall be done in writing. If any of the provisions of the Agreement on Accommodation aboard the Flying Doctors India is invalid or controversial, that shall not affect the validity of the other provisions of the Agreement. In such a case, instead of the invalid or controversial provision, the parties shall mutually agree on a provision as they would have done had the invalidity, unenforceability or controversial nature of the provision been known to them at the moment of the conclusion of the Agreement.