CONTENT & COPYRIGHT T&Cs
The mention or appearance or likeness of any person in
articles or advertising in DIVA magazine or on www.divamag.co.uk,
is not to be taken as any indication of sexual, social or political
orientationof such persons or organisations.
No responsibility can be taken for any unsaolicted materials and
submission is contrued as permission to publish without further
correspondence. No part of this publication or its website can be
reporduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form
without prior written permission from the publishers or without
payment ot its digital delivery partners.
When posting comments or sharing articles from DIVA with friends
and other groups remember to act responsibly, politely and
supportively. DIVA will not tolerate threatening and abuse
comments. When linking to other DIVA pages on social media sites
like Facebook and Twitter, remember to also abide by their terms
and conditions including posting of imagery as well as texts.
All business is conducted and orders are only accepted subject
to the Standard Terms & Conditions set out below. 'The
Publisher' refers to Millivres Prowler Ltd and 'The Advertiser'
refers to the party to whom the services are supplied.
1. These conditions shall apply to all advertisements accepted for
publication and shall supersede any previously published Terms and
Conditions of business. Any other condition stipulated,
incorporated, or referred to by the Advertiser in its Purchase
Order or negotiations shall be void unless incorporated clearly in
written instructions and specifically accepted by the
2. All advertisements are accepted subject to the Publisher's
approval of the copy and to the space being available.
3. The Publisher reserves the right to refuse, omit, amend or
suspend an advertisement at any time without explanation, in which
case no claim on the part of the Advertiser for damages or breach
of contract shall arise. Should omission or suspension of an
advertisement be due to the act or default of the Advertiser or his
servants or agents, then the space reserved shall be paid for in
full notwithstanding that the advertisement has not appeared.
4. Orders should be accompanied by an official Purchase Order or
written instructions signed by a duly authorised person. It is the
responsibility of the Advertiser to ensure that only authorised
persons place orders. Verbal instructions and orders are only
accepted on the understanding that the Publisher will not be
responsible for mistakes arising there from. The Publisher cannot
be held responsible for errors or omissions in advertisements that
have not been supplied to our print-ready specifications. The
Publisher cannot accept liability for any errors due to third
parties or sub-contractors.
5. The Advertiser will ensure that the advertisement does not
contravene any Act of Parliament and is in no way illegal or
defamatory, or an infringement of any other party's rights or an
infringement of the British Code of Advertising Practice. The
Advertiser will indemnify the Publisher fully in respect of any
claim made against the Publisher arising from the
6. Prices are as stated in the Media Pack or as agreed at the time
and date of the order, and are exclusive of VAT at the current
rate, which shall be charged in addition where applicable and
unless otherwise indicated. Advertisement rates are subject to
revision at any time, and orders are accepted on condition that the
price binds the Publisher only in respect of the next issue to go
to press. In the event of a rate increase the Advertiser will have
the option to cancel the order without surcharge or continue the
order at the revised cost.
7. All new orders must be prepaid unless an approved credit
account already exists. New credit accounts will only be opened
after obtaining two trade references or a credit reference
acceptable to the Publisher. Credit accounts will not be given to
Sole Traders, non Limited Partnerships or any non-UK
8. Approved credit accounts are subject to settlement in full in
accordance with terms noted on invoices. PPA or NPA recognised
advertising agencies will be allowed 10% commission on the quoted
rates as appropriate provided payment is made by the due date and
all other requirements are strictly complied with. The Publisher
reserves the right to charge interest monthly in accordance with
the Late Payment of Commercial Debts (Interest) Act 1998 for late
settlement of accounts from the due date up to the receipt of
payment. For avoidance of doubt, the Publisher reserves the right
to cancel any future Advertisements (irrespective of whether
applicable deposits have been paid) if any payment is
9. Any size, agency, or series discounts are given in
consideration of settlement being made within the Publisher's
credit terms set out in clause 8. Failure to pay within these terms
will result in full Rate Card being charged. If the Advertiser
cancels the balance of a contract he relinquishes any right to a
previously negotiated series discount and advertisements will be
paid for at the full rate, unless the contract has been suspended
by decision of the Publisher -see clauses 2,3, and 8.
10. Charges will be made to the Advertiser or his agent where the
printers are involved in extra production work owing to acts or
defaults of the Advertiser or his servants or agents. Additional
cost incurred if materials are found to be unsuitable during
production will be charged, except if the whole or any part of such
additional cost could have been avoided but for additional delay by
the Publisher or his servants in ascertaining the unsuitability of
materials so supplied.
11. All property supplied to the Publisher by or on behalf of the
Advertiser shall, while it is in the possession of the Publisher or
agents of the Publisher, or in transit to or from the Advertiser,
be deemed at the Advertiser's risk unless otherwise agreed, and the
Advertiser should insure accordingly. The Publisher shall be under
no liability if it shall be unable to carry out any provision of
the Contract for any reason beyond its control, including Act of
God, legislation, war, fire, flood, drought, failure of power
supply, lock-out, strike, or other dispute. The Publisher reserves
the right to destroy all artwork and associated materials which has
been in its custody for 12 months from the date of its last
12. At least four weeks' notice in writing prior to copy date is
required to stop or suspend an insertion.
13. Complaints regarding reproduction or placement of
advertisements must be made in writing and must be received within
four weeks of the on-sale date of the issue in question.
14. If copy instructions are not received by the relevant copy
date, no guarantees can be given that the proofs will be supplied
for corrections made, and the Publisher reserves the right to
repeat the most appropriate copy available.
15. These Terms and Conditions, together with the Media Pack,
constitute the entirety of the Contract between the Publisher and
the Advertiser. The Contract is deemed to take place at the offices
of the Publisher. No variation of or addition to the same shall be
of legal effect, and no employee or agent of the Publisher is
authorised to make any representation binding upon the Publisher,
unless such variation or addition is made in writing and signed by
a Director of the company, Millivres Prowler Limited.
16. These Terms and Conditions and all other express terms of the
Contract shall be governed and construed in accordance with the
laws of England.