Advertising terms of Health Marathi

Standard Terms and Conditions for Advertising :

  1. Terms
    1.1These Terms and Conditions are incorporated into each agreement entered into between the Publisher and the Advertiser, whether or not the advertising form, or any other document, which the customer signs make reference to these terms.1.2In these Terms and Conditions, the following expressions refer to the respective meanings unless otherwise stated:

    “Advertiser” refers to the person and / or health care company as identified on the Insertion Order.

    “Campaign” refers to the placement of adverts on the Website according to extent and duration specified on the Insertion Order.

    “Insertion Order” refers to the Advertising Order Form to which these terms and conditions apply.

    “Publisher” refers to Health Marathi, a trading name of Upalkar Web Services, Ajara. Upalkar Web Services is the owner of the Website.

    “Targeted” refers to adverts that are shown on specific pages e.g. those relating to a particular subject or on the home page of the Website or app.

    “Website” shall mean http://healthmarathi.com, or any other website detailed on the Insertion Order.

    2. License
    2.1 The Advertiser warrants that it has the right to publish the contents of the advertisement, without infringement of any rights of any third party including, without limitation, intellectual property rights.

    2.2 The Advertiser will be fully responsible for the terms of any contract for the sale of goods or services to customers who have seen the advertisement displayed on the Website and agrees to indemnify the Publisher against any expenses, damages and/or losses of any kind incurred by the Publisher in relation to any claim, action, demand or proceedings brought against the Publisher in relation to any such contracts entered into for the purchase of the advertised goods or services.

    2.3 The Advertiser also agrees to indemnify the Publisher against any and all expenses, damages and losses of any kind incurred by the Publisher, in connection with any claims of any kind, (including breach of contract, any claim of trademark or copyright infringement, libel, defamation, malicious falsehood, breach of confidentiality, false or misleading advertising or sales practices) arising from the advertisement.

    3. Provision of Advertising Materials
    3.1 The Advertiser will provide the Publisher with all the materials for the advertisement e.g. images or other media of suitable quality and size, in accordance with the Publisher’s requirements as discussed and set out in the Insertion Order. The Publisher will not be required to publish any advertisement that has not been received in accordance with such requirements. The Advertiser will ensure that the advertisements do not contain anything that is defamatory, obscene, false or misleading.

    4. Campaign Acceptance
    4.1 The acceptance of the Campaign is subject to available space and receipt of a signed Insertion Order by the Publisher. The Publisher will use every reasonable effort to comply with the Advertiser’s wishes. If a booked advertisement is not published at all, due to the fault of the Publisher, the Publisher will supply an alternative publication date. If the Advertiser chooses not to accept this alternative date, its original booking will be cancelled and if the Advertiser has paid for the Campaign in advance, the Publisher will refund to the Advertiser the amount already paid in full and final settlement of any claim by the Advertiser against the Publisher for such failure to publish.

    4.2 In the unlikely event that the Advertiser wishes to request a change to the positioning of advertisements, the Advertiser must provide the relevant images or other media of suitable quality and size and give at least 2 weeks written notice to the Publisher before the end of the Campaign. Such changes may incur an additional cost to the Advertiser if the Advertiser wishes to alter the advert page placement instructions supplied in the “targeting details” box of the Insertion Order. Failure to provide such prior notice will mean that the positions set out in the Insertion Order prevail. Any requested change to positioning of advertisements will, in any event, be decided at the Publisher’s sole discretion and subject to availability.

    4.3 The Publisher will notify the Advertiser by email when their advertisement has been made live on the App & Website and the Advertiser must inform the Publisher as soon as it is reasonable, of any inaccuracies with the delivery of the advertisement.

    4.4 Once the Insertion Order has been returned to the Advertiser and the Campaign has gone live, the Publisher will raise an invoice as per the Insertion Order.

    5. Terms of Payment
    5.1 New Advertisers will be required to pay for their first Campaign prior to the Campaign starting and will be issued an invoice to that effect.

    5.2 Existing customers will be invoiced as appropriate to their Campaign. The Advertiser must pay the invoiced amounts to the Publisher within thirty (30) days from the date of the invoice. If the invoice is not paid, the Campaign will be removed and the Advertiser will be invoiced for the Campaign value that has been served to date plus an additional administration cost (equivalent to 20% of the revised invoice amount).

    6. Cancellation Policy
    6.1 For those Advertisers that have a discounted Campaign (as indicated on the Insertion Order); if the Campaign is cancelled within the Campaign period then the full non-discounted monthly cost will become applicable.

    6.2 The Publisher shall not be bound by any request from the Advertiser to stop, cancel or suspend an Advertisement unless such request is in writing and confirmed in writing by the Publisher.

    6.3 Without prejudice to condition 6.2, the following costs remain due on cancellation, and the Advertiser acknowledges that these charges represent a genuine pre-estimate of the Publisher’s losses:

    Digital advertising
    a) Notice of cancellation received 28 days or more before first display, 25% of total fee due;
    b) Notice of cancellation received 8-27 days before first display, 50% of total fee due; or
    c) Notice of cancellation received 0-7 days before first display, 100% of total fee due,

    If the Advertiser has paid sums for advertisements in advance and is entitled to a refund, the Publisher shall use its reasonable endeavours to pay such refund to the Advertiser within 30 Working Days of receipt of the written notice of cancellation.

    6.4 Should the Advertiser, part way through wish to stop or cancel an advertisement that is being displayed on the Website for an agreed period of time in excess of 14 days then the Advertiser must give written notice to the Publisher of its request to stop or cancel the advertisement and all charges connected with the display of the advertisement shall, unless otherwise expressly agreed by the Publisher in writing, be non-refundable.

    7. Campaign Renewal
    Except as expressly set out in the Insertion Order, any renewal of the Campaign and acceptance of any further Campaigns will be at the Publisher’s sole discretion. The rates applicable to such renewal periods, if any, are subject to change by the Publisher from time to time.

    8. Limitation of Liability
    8.1 If the Publisher fails to publish any advertisement or fails to deliver the impressions specified in the Insertion Order within the agreed time period, the Publisher’s liability will be limited to either:

    8.1.1 as soon as reasonably practicable, publishing the advertisement (or a replacement advertisement if provided by the Advertiser) in positions agreed in the Insertion Order or in alternative positions agreed with the Advertiser for such time as is necessary to generate a number of substitute impressions of equivalent monetary value to the shortfall;

    8.2 In no event will the Publisher be responsible in contract, tort, and negligence or otherwise, for:

    8.2.1 loss of profits, business, contracts, revenues, goodwill, production and anticipated savings; or

    8.2.2 any indirect, consequential, special or economic loss of any kind;

    arising from any failure to publish in a timely manner or at all any advertisement in accordance with the Insertion Order.

    8.3 The Advertiser shall assume all liability for materials, features, or works provided to the Publisher, under the Insertion Order, that are subsequently downloaded by any visitor to the Publisher. The materials will not be obscene, nor will be in conflict with mainstream health promotion (e.g. no ads for alcohol, cigarettes, etc).