Lord's MCC Terms and Conditions

Lord's MCC Terms and Conditions

 

These terms and conditions, and the Booking Confirmation (which is usually sent by email), form the agreement between the Customer, and MCC for the provision of a Hospitality Package.

Any terms defined in the Booking Confirmation and used in these terms and conditions shall have the meanings attributed to them in the Booking Confirmation. References to the masculine shall include to the feminine, neuter and vice versa.

Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in these terms and conditions, unless and until otherwise advised in writing by MCC or Compass Contract Services Limited t/a Keith Prowse ("KP"), KP shall be entitled to collect all moneys due under this agreement and shall be responsible for the administration of the bookings with the Customer in respect of the Hospitality Packages on behalf of MCC.

1. Booking Confirmation

1.1 When the Customer places a booking, simultaneously, the Customer must indicate its willingness to accept these terms and conditions by clicking the "Acceptance of Terms and Conditions" button.

1.2 A deposit of forty per cent (40%) ("the Deposit") of the total package price is required to secure the Customer's booking and is, subject to Clause 3.1, non-refundable.

1.3 The Customer acknowledges that the availability of a Hospitality Package cannot be guaranteed and a booking will be subject to availability at the time the booking and the Deposit is received by MCC.

A booking shall only be considered confirmed and this contract shall only become effective upon the issue by MCC of a "Booking Confirmation" form. MCC (at its discretion) may issue the Booking Confirmation by email, post or facsimile.

2. Payment Terms

2.1 Subject to Clause 2.2 below the balance of the total Hospitality Package price ("Total Price") (including any VAT due) must be paid at least twelve (12) weeks prior to the Match Date.

2.2 If the booking is made within twelve (12) weeks of the Match Date, the Total Price (including VAT) must be paid by credit card or debit card at the time of booking.

2.3 MCC reserves the right not to release documents, passes or Hospitality Tickets unless payment has been received in full.

2.4 All prices are exclusive of VAT (unless otherwise stated) which is payable in addition by the Customer.

3. Cancellations by the Customer

3.1 The Customer must notify MCC in writing if he wishes to cancel his booking of the Hospitality Package and the Customer shall compensate MCC for any direct damage or loss suffered by it as a result of the cancellation. MCC shall use its reasonable endeavours to obtain a suitable replacement customer but, where it cannot do so, reserves the right to charge the following cancellation fees:
Cancellation Notice Fee
Cancellation more than twelve (12) 40% of the Total Price weeks before the Match Date
Cancellation less than twelve (12) weeks 100 % of the Total Price before the Match Date

3.2 In the event that the cancelled Hospitality Package is re-sold, MCC shall be entitled to retain a handling fee of ten per cent (10%) of the Total Price and the balance shall be refunded to the Customer.

4. Tickets and Passes

4.1 Subject to payment of the Total Price having been received by MCC, MCC shall send to the Customer at least two (2) weeks prior to the Match a Hospitality Ticket for each Guest, in accordance with the details as notified by the Customer (or shall retain such Hospitality Tickets for collection at Lord's Cricket Ground ("Lord's") on the Match Date, if requested).

4.2 The Customer shall be responsible for distributing the Hospitality Tickets to the Guests. No person will be admitted to the Hospitality Facility without a valid Hospitality Ticket. No liability is accepted by MCC in the event that a Guest is denied entry to the Hospitality Facility or any other part of Lord's as a result of the Customer's or any Guest's failure to comply with this Agreement.

4.3 The Customer shall be responsible for the acts and omissions of himself and his Guests while at Lord's and shall ensure that his Guests comply with the Hospitality Rules and Regulations at all times.

4.4 The Customer agrees to provide MCC with a dietary requirements list, including details of any food allergies, the name and contact number of the Customer's nominated "Host", the names of the Customer's Guests, and any other relevant information at least two (2) weeks prior to the Match Date.

4.5 MCC will pass on details of any dietary requirements to its caterer. However, MCC does not guarantee that any of the food or drink products served at Lord's are free from nuts, wheat, lactose or any other allergens.

4.6 The Customer acknowledges that MCC cannot guarantee:
(a) whether the Match or any play will take place on the Match Date;
(b) the length of play of the Match; or
(c) the identity of the players who will appear in the Match.
5. Cancellation on the Day and Alternative Arrangements

5.1 The Customer acknowledges that:
(a) the commencement and/or duration of any cricket played on the Match Date is dependent upon the weather and other factors that are outside the control of MCC; but
(b) the hospitality facilities at Lord's are not dependent upon the weather on the Match Date and, subject to Clause 5.3, will be available for use irrespective of whether a Match is interrupted, suspended or cancelled.

5.2 The Customer agrees that the liability of MCC relating to the cancellation or suspension of play of a Match shall be limited to a refund in respect of the Match ticket element of the Hospitality Package as further detailed in the Hospitality Rules and Regulations. The hospitality element of the Hospitality Package shall continue to be available to the Customer and the Guests for the day on which the Hospitality Package has been ordered and no refund shall be given in respect of it.

5.3 In the event that MCC is obliged to make any material change to the Hospitality Facility to be provided at Lord's or cancel them for any reason, MCC will use its reasonable endeavours to ensure that alternative arrangements are offered which are of at least equal or a superior standard.
5.4 For the purpose of this clause, factors outside of MCC's control shall include any event which MCC could not, even with all due care, foresee or avoid including (without limitation) war and threat of war, civil strife, terrorist activity, natural or nuclear disaster, fire, industrial dispute, epidemic, pestilence or adverse weather.

6. Cancellation on the Day and Alternative Arrangements continued

6.1 The Customer acknowledges that the commencement and/or duration of any cricket played on the Match Date is dependent upon the weather and other factors that are outside of MCC’s control, but that the hospitality facilities at Lord’s are not dependent upon the weather on the Match Date and, subject to Clause 6.3, will be available for use irrespective of whether there is no cricket played, or a match is interrupted, suspended or cancelled.

6.2 The Customer agrees that MCC shall have no liability relating to the interruption, suspension or cancellation of play save that insofar as suspension or cancellation is concerned, liability shall be limited to a refund in respect of the price of the Ground admission ticket only in accordance with the ICC CWC19 T&Cs. The hospitality element of the Hospitality Package shall continue to be available to the Customer and his guests for the day on which the Hospitality Package has been ordered and, subject to 6.3, no refund shall be given in respect of it.

6.3 In the event that MCC is obliged to relocate the Customer other than for reasons outside of MCC’s control, MCC will use its reasonable endeavours to provide alternative arrangements, subject always to availability. In the event that no alternative arrangement can be made, MCC will refund the Customer the Total Price less the value of the Ground admission ticket(s).

6.4 For the purpose of this clause, factors outside of MCC’s control shall include any event which MCC could not, even with all due care, foresee or avoid including (without limitation) war and threat of war.

 

 

7. Liability

7.1 Subject to the terms of this Contract, MCC shall not be liable to the Customer in contract, tort (including negligence) or otherwise arising out of or in connection with this Contract for (i) any loss of revenues, loss of profits, loss of business or anticipated savings, loss of goodwill and/ or reputation or loss arising out of business interruption (whether such losses are direct or indirect) or (ii) any indirect or consequential loss or damage.

7.2 Subject to Clause 7.5, MCC shall not be liable for any injury whatsoever to the Customer or his guests, nor for any loss or damage to or theft of their property howsoever such injury, loss or damage may be caused.

7.3 MCC’s total liability for any claim under this Contract, subject to the terms of this Contract, shall be to refund the Customer the Total Price.

7.4 The Customer shall be responsible and reimburse MCC for any loss, damage, costs and expenses (including, without limitation, loss of profits), that the Customer or his guests cause, whether within the Facility or elsewhere within Lord’s. In the event that the Customer causes such damage or loss, MCC shall be entitled to invoice the Customer and the Customer shall pay such invoice immediately.

7.5 Nothing within this Contract shall limit or exclude either party’s liability for death or personal injury caused by its negligence or for any loss, damage, costs and expenses caused by an act of fraud or which may not lawfully be excluded.

8. General

8.1 These Terms and Conditions, the Booking Confirmation, the Hospitality Rules and Regulations and the ICC CWC19 T&Cs shall be
incorporated into the Contract between MCC and the Customer.

8.2 The Customer shall not assign, transfer or sell the Hospitality Package(s) or Ground admission tickets or Facility passes to any third party.

8.3 This Contract (and any documents referred to in these Terms and Conditions) sets out the entire Contract and understanding between the parties in respect of the subject matter of this Contract. The Customer acknowledges that he has entered into this Contract in reliance only upon the representations, warranties and promises specifically contained or incorporated in this Contract and, save as expressly set out in this Contract, MCC shall have no liability in respect of any representation, warranty or promise made prior to the date of this Contract unless such representative, warranty or promise was made fraudulently.

8.4 Any notice required to be given under this Contract shall be in writing and shall be delivered personally, be left at, or sent by pre-paid first class post, or electronic communication to MCC’s Hospitality Office, details of which are given in the Booking Confirmation.

8.5 No purported variation of this Contract shall be effective unless it is in writing and signed by or on behalf of each of the parties.

8.6 No failure or delay by MCC to exercise any right or remedy provided under this Contract or by law shall constitute a waiver of that (or any other) remedy, nor preclude or restrict its further exercise. No single or partial exercise of such right or remedy shall preclude or restrict the further exercise or that (or any other) right or remedy.

8.7 No term of this Contract is enforceable pursuant to the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 by any person who is not a party to it.

8.8 MCC shall hold your personal information for the purposes of administering your booking for the Hospitality Package(s) and shall keep a copy of your personal information for no longer than is necessary to administer the booking for the Hospitality Package(s). You are entitled to receive a copy of your personal information held by MCC on request and to correct any inaccuracies in it. Please see MCC’s Privacy Notice on www.lords.org for more information.

8.9 This Contract shall be governed by the laws of England and Wales and each of the parties irrevocably submits to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Courts of England and Wales. As a consumer, the Customer will benefit from any mandatory provisions of the law of the country in which he or she is a resident. Nothing in these Terms and Conditions, including this Clause 8.9, affects the Customer’s rights as a consumer to rely on such mandatory provisions of local law.

MCC’s Hospitality Rules And Regulations

 
The Hospitality Rules and Regulations (“Rules and Regulations”) in force from time to time shall apply to any Customer or guest whilst at Lord’s Cricket Ground (“Lord’s” or “the Ground”). For the avoidance of doubt, such Rules and Regulations are subject to updates from time to time, the then current Rules and Regulations being available on MCC’s website at www.lords.org, or upon request, from MCC’s Hospitality Office.

 

All Customers and guests are also subject to MCC’s General Ground Regulations, copies of which are displayed near the entrances to the Ground and are available on MCC’s website and the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Ticket Terms and Conditions (“ICC CWC19 T&Cs”). In the event of any inconsistency, the ICC CWC19 T&Cs shall prevail.
The current Rules and Regulations are set out below.

1.1 Hospitality Package(s) (as defined in the 2019 Customer Terms and Conditions for the Sale of Hospitality Packages for ICC Cricket World Cup Matches (“Terms and Conditions”)) may only be purchased from MCC directly or through its authorised agents.

1.2 Hospitality Package(s) must not be re-sold or transferred and must not, under any circumstances, be auctioned, offered for sale or re-sale in any manner whatsoever or used in contravention of these Rules and Regulations and/or the ICC CWC19 T&Cs.

1.3 Hospitality Packages are personal to the Customer who purchased the Hospitality Package and may only be used by the individuals identified and named as guests for such a Hospitality Package.

1.4 A holder of a Hospitality Package shall not purvey, advertise, auction, or otherwise offer for sale, or use as a competition prize, the ticket or tickets allocated to that person without the prior written permission of MCC’s Chief Executive & Secretary and the International Cricket Council (“ICC”).

1.5 The Hospitality Packages may not be used in any manner that would constitute a breach of applicable laws, regulations, codes and sanctions relating to anti-bribery and anti-corruption including but not limited to the Bribery Act 2010. If MCC reasonably suspects such use the Hospitality Package(s) shall be null and void and MCC shall be entitled to refuse entry to the Customer and the Customer’s guests.

1.6 A duplicate Ground admission ticket or Facility pass, issued as a replacement for any Ground admission ticket or Facility pass which has been stolen, lost or temporarily mislaid, will be issued by MCC only on production of a written statement by the Customer who purchased the Hospitality Package. If stolen, it is imperative that the theft is reported to the Police in order that a crime number can be allocated. This number is to be quoted on the Customer’s written statement for duplicate Ground admission ticket or Facility pass.

1.7 Any Hospitality Package(s) acquired in breach of these Rules and Regulations and/or the ICC CWC19 T&Cs shall be null and void. MCC shall be entitled to confiscate or invalidate any Hospitality Package(s) or Ground admission tickets or Facility passes which are offered for sale or acquired in contravention of these Rules and Regulations and/or the ICC CWC19 T&Cs.

1.8 The Terms and Conditions constitute the terms under which Hospitality Package(s) are allocated to the Customer and all guests. Any person who fails to comply with these Terms and Conditions shall be refused admittance to or ejected from Lord’s.

1.9 The Customer shall be responsible at all times for the conduct of his guests.

1.10 Customers who purchase Hospitality Package(s) for an ICC 2019 Cricket World Cup Match may be eligible for a refund in respect of the Ground admission ticket element of the Hospitality Package in accordance with the Refund Policy as set out in the ICC CWC19 T&Cs.

1.11 In no other circumstances except as otherwise set out in the Terms and Conditions, and the ICC CWC19 T&Cs, and on no other occasion, will any money in respect of admission or hospitality be returned.

1.12 Subject to the Terms and Conditions, a Customer who purchases Hospitality Package(s) shall not be entitled to claim a refund in relation to any pre-ordered catering or any other additional services. Such services shall continue to be available to the Customer and the guests for the day on which the Hospitality Package has been ordered.

1.13 Any property left anywhere on MCC’s premises remains at the entire risk of the owner of the property or person leaving the same, and MCC accepts no liability for the theft or other loss or damage of such property.

1.14 The Facility (as defined in the Terms and Conditions) and other entertainment facilities are not transferable and are subject to conditions laid down by the MCC Committee.

1.15 Under no circumstances are Customers or guests permitted to bring their own food or drink into the Facility.

1.16 Customers and guests are expected to maintain an acceptable standard of dress while they are in the Facility, and admittance may be refused to anyone wearing dilapidated garments of any kind. The dress requirement for the Facility is as follows:

(a) Gentlemen: casual trousers or tailored shorts are acceptable, provided that they are reasonably smart. Jackets are not required, but neat shirts with collars, or polo shirts should be worn.
(b) Ladies: dresses; or skirts, trousers or shorts worn with blouses or smart tops which may be sleeveless. Bare feet, bare torsos or bare midriffs are not permitted under any circumstances.

1.17 The permission to use the Facility shall not include the provision of car parking facilities by MCC.

 

 

ICC CRICKET WORLD CU TICKET TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Definitions

1. All capitalised terms used in these Conditions and in the abbreviated form printed on a Ticket shall have the following meanings:

"Ambush Marketing" means the unauthorised use of a Ticket as a prize or in a lottery or competition or for any other promotional, advertising or commercial purpose and/or any other activity by a person not authorised by IBC which: (a) associates the person with the Tournament; or (b) exploits the publicity or goodwill of the Tournament; or (c) has the effect (in the reasonable opinion of IBC) of conferring the status of a Commercial Partner on a person who is not a Commercial Partner or otherwise diminishing the status of any Commercial Partner;

"Authorised Agents" means the official corporate hospitality agents and official travel agents appointed by or on behalf of IBC and which are legally and contractually entitled to sell Tickets as part of hospitality and travel packages respectively;

"Authorised Person"means collectively all Tournament management (being anybody acting on behalf of IBC) and all Venue management, and their respective staff, officials, representatives, officers and volunteers;

"Ballot" means the random computerised ballot carried out to determine which entrants are allocated Tickets, further details of which shall be notified to entrants during the entry process via the Website;

"Ballot Terms' means the information applicable to entry into the Ballot as set out on the Website;

"Commercial Partner" means any official sponsor, official supplier, broadcaster, licensee and/or any other party which has been granted  a commercial association with the ICC, IBC and/or the Tournament from time to time;

"Conditions"means these terms and conditions, the Venue Regulations and the Ticket Refund Policy which are incorporated into these terms and conditions by reference, together with any amendments  or  updates  to  the  same  issued  by  or on behalf of I BC from time to time;

"Guest" means any person for and on whose behalf the Ticket Purchaser bought a Ticket and who has obtained such Ticket from the Ticket Purchaser in
 
accordance with the terms of these Conditions, and/or any other person using a Ticket with the prior express authorisation of IBC and/or the Host;

"Host" means the England and Wales Cricket Board, which has been appointed by IBC to host the Tournament;

"ICC" means the International Cricket Council, the international governing body for the sport of cricket, having  its  administrative office  at  Street  69, Dubai Sports City, Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Road, P.O. Box 500070, Dubai, U.A.E.;

"/BC" means ICC Business Corporation FZ LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of the ICC incorporated to  exploit  the commercial rights to  ICCevents, being a company incorporated under the regulations of the Dubai Creative Clusters Authority with its registered address at Office No. 28, Second Floor, Building 2, Dubai Media City, United Arab Emirates, and having its administrative office at Street 69, Dubai Sports City, Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Road, PO Box 500070, Dubai, United Arab Emirates;

"Match" means a One Day International cricket match forming part of the Tournament or any other cricket match played as part of the official warm-up phase of the Tournament, the particulars of which are indicated on the Ticket;

"Official Ticketing Agents" means Ticket master Sport Limited, who have been appointed by the Host to operate the Ballot, together with any ticket box offices or other ticket distribution outlets appointed by the Host;

"Official Resale Platform" means the portal operated by the Host and available through the Website to enable Ticket Purchasers to resell Tickets in accordance with these Conditions;

"Original Sale Price" means the specified price of each Ticket plus any delivery or administration fee (or part thereof);

"person" shall include natural and juristic persons;

"Prohibited Item" means any of the items Listed as such in the applicable Venue Regulations and those items specified in paragraph 210) and/or paragraph 25 of these Conditions;

"Ticket" means a ticket giving right of entry to a Match at a particular Venue in accordance with the details indicated thereon;

"Ticket Holder" means any individual possessing, holding or using a Ticket, including (without Limitation} the Ticket Purchaser, Guest or any person to whom the Ticket was issued or transferred;

"Ticket Purchaser"means the individual with Legal capacity who has purchased a Ticket or Tickets in accordance with these Conditions from any Official Ticketing Agent and/or from any Authorised Agent;

"Ticket Refund Policy" means the policy adopted by or on behalf of IBC for the
 
refund of a Ticket as published on the  Website(s) or  otherwise  made available to the Ticket Purchaser;

"Tournament"means the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 England & Wales;

"Venue" means the entire premises of a ground or stadium where a Match is scheduled to take place and to which a Ticket is required to  gain access, including all entrance and exit gates as well as all other official installations and areas;

"Venue Regulations" means the regulations covering admission to each Venue hosting a Match, including as the same may be amended, supplemented or replaced from time to time, copies of which are prominently displayed at each Venue;and

"Website' means the website Located at tickets.cricketworldcup.com

General

2. These Conditions govern all Tickets issued for the Tournament and the subsequent admission to any Venue to attend any Match. ALL Tickets are issued by or on behalf of the Host. Each Ticket is and shall remain at all times the property of IBC.

3. These Conditions will be printed in abbreviated form on each Ticket. In the case of any conflict or ambiguity between these Conditions and the abbreviated form printed on a Ticket, these Conditions shall prevail.

Venue Regulations

4. These Conditions incorporate  the  Venue  Regulations  by  reference.  The Ticket Holder, in agreeing to  these  Conditions,  also  agrees to  comply  with and be bound  by the  applicable  Venue  Regulations.  If a  Ticket  Holder fails to comply with the applicable Venue  Regulations,  they may  be refused  entry  to or evicted from the Venue.  In  the  case of  any conflict  or  ambiguity between any term(s) of these Conditions and any term(s) of any of the Venue Regulations, the terms of these Conditions shall prevail.

Ticket Refund Policy

5. These Conditions incorporate the Ticket Refund Policy. The Ticket Holder, in agreeing to these Conditions, also agrees  to  comply  with  and  be  bound  by the Ticket Refund Policy. There shall be no Ticket Refund Policy  until such time as it is published on the Website or otherwise  made  available  to  the Ticket Purchaser. The Ticket Purchaser shall be deemed to have made any subsequent Ticket Holder expressly aware of the Ticket Refund Policy and is responsible for ensuring that any  subsequent  Ticket  Holder  complies fully with its terms.

Application of Conditions
 
6. By their use or attempted use of a Ticket, each and every Ticket Holder shall be deemed to have been made aware of these Conditions and to have accepted and agreed to comply with and be bound by these Conditions. In addition, the Ticket Purchaser  shall be deemed to  have made any subsequent Ticket Holder expressly aware of these Conditions and is responsible for ensuring that any subsequent  Ticket  Holder complies fully with these Conditions.

7. The Ticket Holder must read these Conditions carefully and may not purchase, hold, use or attempt to use a Ticket or enter or attempt to enter a Venue if they do not understand and agree to these Conditions. For the purposes of these Conditions, making use of or using a Ticket shall include, without Limitation, accepting the Ticket from any person, possessing the Ticket, presenting the Ticket to any Authorised Person outside a Venue, presenting the Ticket for entry to a Venue and/or utilising the Ticket in conjunction with or as part of a travel package or hospitality package.

8. In allowing the Ticket Holder entry to a Venue, IBC and the Host rely on the Ticket Holder's acceptance of and agreement to these Conditions. The Ticket and entry to a Venue are issued strictly subject to these Conditions, no matter how the Ticket is purchased, obtained or used.

9. Any Ticket offered for sale, sold, transferred, used or disposed of other than through the Official Resale Platform  may be cancelled  by IBC and/or  the Host without notice and any Ticket Holder seeking to use the Ticket may be refused admission to or evicted from a Venue by any Authorised Person without refund or compensation, and must deliver up any and all Tickets in their possession at the request of an Authorised Person. Further, IBC and/or the Host may pursue any other Legal remedies available to each of them in relation to the breach.

Ticket Purchase

10. Ticket Purchasers must be aged sixteen (16) years or above. Except for the permitted transfer from the Ticket Purchaser to their Guest(s) as set out in paragraph 14 of these Conditions, Tickets may only  be purchased  through the Official Ticketing Agents or the Authorised Agents or through any other sale or transfer mechanism authorised in writing by or on behalf of IBC. Updated Lists of the Official Ticketing Agents and the Authorised Agents can be found on the Website. No Ticket sold by any individual, organisation or other third party not named on such Lists shall be valid.

11. The sale or  other  issuance  of  any  Ticket  is final andnon-refundable except as may be outlined in the Ticket Refund Policy or as required by applicable Local Law. IBC and the Host reserve the right not to replace or accept any Ticket that has been Lost, stolen,  forgotten,  damaged  or  forged,  or  any Ticket which is unreadable or incomplete.

12. IBC and the Host reserve the right to Limit the number of tickets that may be purchased by any person. Limits may be set at the time of purchase and IBC and the Host reserve the right to adjust any such Limits from time to time in their sole discretion. Upon purchasing tickets, the Ticket Purchaser shall be deemed to have agreed to the ticket Limits advised at the time of
 
purchase. IBC and/or the Host further reserve the right to cancel all Tickets purchased through a Ticket Purchaser's account without notice and without refund or any compensation if a  Ticket  Purchaser  is found  to  be exceeding the ticket purchasing Limit for any Match.

13. These Conditions incorporate the Ballot Terms. Without prejudice to paragraphs 10 to 12 (inclusive) of these Conditions, the following conditions shall apply where a person applies to purchase Tickets through the Ballot:

(a) entry into the Ballot does not guarantee a Ticket;

(b) entries to the Ballot will only be accepted during the application windows (as set out on the Website);

(c) there is a Limit of Tickets that may be applied for per unique email address in respect of each Match, which  will be specified on the Website;

(d) persons who enter the Ballot shall be deemed to have been made aware of these Conditions and to have accepted and agreed to comply with and be bound by these Conditions;

(e) persons who enter the Ballot must provide details of a payment card registered to them at the time of entry and, if successful in the Ballot, must purchase all Tickets that are allocated to them according to their preferences indicated when entering  the Ballot and expressly agree that payment may be taken from the payment card provided in order to meet this requirement;

(f) entrants to the Ballot will be sent  an  email  notification  within thirty (30) days of the Ballot  closing  informing  them  of the success or failure of their entry to the Ballot and, if successful, of  the Tickets which they  have  been  allocated.  The  Official Ticketing Agent will take payment from successful  applicants within forty eight (48) hours of this email notification, using the payment card details provided. If payment  is  unable  to  be taken for whatever reason from any person, they  will  be contacted directly to  give  them  the  chance  to  make  an  alternative payment. The Ticket Purchaser's payment  card  will only  be charged the actual value of their Ticket application (including
the applicable delivery charges indicated in the Ballot Terms)
once the Ballot is complete and if Tickets have been allocated. Persons entering the Ballot are responsible for ensuring that sufficient funds are available to pay for the full amount of their Ticket application and that their payment card does not expire before the relevant Ballot payment dates notified to them; and

(g) decisions relating to the Ballot  shall  be entirely  at  the  discretion of I BC and the Host, whose decision in all matters relating to the Ballot shall be final. IBC and the  Host  reserve the  right  to suspend, cancel or modify the Ballot at any time (and for any reason) with or without notice.
 
Restrictions on Transfers and Resale

14. Tickets are non-transferable except as set out in these Conditions. A Ticket Purchaser may purchase Tickets only for  their own personal use and/or that of their Guest(s).  Each Ticket  Purchaser must retain at least one (1)  Ticket for their own personal use and may only transfer any remaining Ticket(s) to their Guest(s) for their personal use (provided always that the Guest is a natural person who is known to the Ticket Purchaser personally and who did not become known to the Ticket Purchaser through the sale, transfer or disposal of the Ticket), for  no greater than the  Original Sale  Price and  not for commercial gain. Any such transfer  by the Ticket  Purchaser  of  a Ticket to a Guest must be made strictly subject  to  these Conditions  (and the Guest's acceptance thereof)  which shall be binding upon the  Guest in full as if the Guest was the Ticket Purchaser, save only that the Guest shall have no right to transfer the Ticket under this Condition.

15. Notwithstanding paragraph 14 of these Conditions, it is an essential condition of the issue of each Ticket and the right of admission to a Venue that the Ticket must not be:

(a) offered publicly (other than through the Official Resale Platform), whether for sale or as a gift or donation or any other means of transfer;

(b) offered or transferred, used or otherwise disposed of in the course of any business or for the purpose of facilitating a third party's business or otherwise for commercial gain;

(c) offered or transferred, used or otherwise disposed of:

(i) in relation to any promotional or commercial purpose (including in connection with or in association with any competition, advertising, promotion, auction or as a prize in any competition, lottery or sweepstake, whether for a business or a charity or otherwise); or

(ii) to enhance the demand for any other good(s) or service(s);

(d) offered or transferred or otherwise disposed of to any person who agrees to buy any good(s) or service(s) in return for the Ticket;

(e) offered or transferred, used or incorporated in connection with, in association with or otherwise as part of any flight or other mode of travel, accommodation, hospitality, meal, beverage, merchandise or any form of entertainment; and/or

(f) otherwise bundled with any other good(s) or service(s) (including as part of any hospitality or travel package),

in each case without the prior express written authorisation of IBC.

16. Except for the permitted transfer from the Ticket Purchaser to  their Guest set out in paragraph 14 of these Conditions, a Ticket Purchaser may not
 
purchase any Ticket as agent for any other person and neither a Ticket Purchaser nor any Guest may sell, offer for sale, auction by any means (whether alone or with other items), re-sell or transfer a Ticket without the prior written approval of IBC. The benefit conferred by a Ticket is personal to the Ticket Purchaser or Guest and is not otherwise assignable or transferable, except as expressly permitted by these Conditions.

17. If requested by or on behalf of IBC, the Host and/or any Authorised Person, the Ticket Purchaser must provide details (including the names} of their Guest(s} and IBC, the Host and/or any Authorised Person may require photographic proof of the identity of the Ticket Holder as a  pre-condition  to the exercise by the Ticket Holder of any rights accorded by the Ticket. The Ticket Holder must, upon request  by or  on behalf of  IBC, the  Host and/or any Authorised Person, give a full explanation as to how, from whom (including full contact details} and from where their Ticket(s} have been obtained and at what price. If a Ticket Holder fails to provide a satisfactory explanation, IBC, the Host and/or any Authorised Person may, in its absolute discretion in each case, cancel the Ticket(s} immediately and the  Ticket Holder may be refused admission to and/or ejected from the Venue without refund or compensation.

Venue Entry & Requirements

18. Admission to a Venue will only be authorised upon presentation of a valid Ticket, in whole form and not defaced or damaged in any way.  One Ticket will berequired for each person entering the Venue aged two (2) years and above. Children below the age of two (2) years shall not require a Ticket provided they are seated on the Lap of a Ticket Holder and do not occupy a seat. Ticket Holders under the age of sixteen (16) years must be accompanied upon admission to and subsequently within the Venue by a Ticket Holder aged eighteen (18) years or above, who shall be responsible for them and their compliance with these Conditions.

19. A valid Ticket permits the Ticket Holder admission to the Venue and to view the Match to which it relates from the seat or area specified on the Ticket. IBC reserves the right at its reasonable discretion and with reasonable notice where practicable to make alterations to the time, date and/or venue of any Match and/or to substitute the seat or area indicated on the Ticket with another position. In the  event  of  a material alteration, the ticket holder may be entitled to a refund to be determined in accordance with the Ticket Refund Policy. The Ticket Holder is not guaranteed an uninterrupted and/or uninhibited view of any Match from the position provided, nor is any representation or warranty given as to the quality, content or duration of
any Match. IBC and the Host do not guarantee  protection from the elements or weather from any seat  within a Venue and the  Ticket  Holder acknowledges and accepts that they  are required  to  take appropriate  care for their sun protection and hydration.

20. The Ticket will bevalid until the Match has been completed or is reasonably deemed by IBC to have been completed. The Ticket may not  be exchanged or used for any Match other than as indicated thereon. If any Match is cancelled or curtailed for any reason (including due to adverse weather conditions}, there shall be no obligation on IBC to reschedule that Match or, except as otherwise expressly provided in the Ticket Refund Policy, to offer
 
any refund or other compensation.

Prohibited and Restricted Behaviour and Items

21. IBC, the  Host and/or any Authorised Person may refuse admission to, or eject from, a Venue at any time without refund any Ticket Holder who, in the reasonable opinion of IBC, the Host and/or any Authorised Person (as applicable}:

(a} does not produce a valid Ticket upon request; (b} is in breach of any of these Conditions;
(c) may unreasonably obstruct the viewing of other spectators;

(d) may be a source of danger, nuisance or annoyance or who may otherwise give rise to concerns in relation to the safety and security arrangements for a Match or who is behaving in any way that is or could reasonably be construed as provocative, discriminatory, offensive, indecent or  threatening  (whether  to  the Life or safety of himself/herself or any other person(s)), including but not Limited to:

(i} public nudity or indecency;

(ii) excessive noise or any interference with the conduct of a Match;

(iii) the wearing or other display of commercial, political or offensive signage or Logos;

(iv} the throwing of any object that might injure or cause damage to people or property;

(v} the obstruction of any gangway, access-way, exit, entrance or staircase;

(vi) climbing roofs, walls, fences, stands, Lighting masts or any other structures or constructions in a Venue or standing on seats;

(vii) defacing or obscuring any notice, advertisement, branding or signage;

(viii) smoking in any area where smoking is not permitted; and/or

(ix} engaging in any conduct (whether through the use of Language, gestures or otherwise) which is Likely to offend, insult, humiliate, intimidate, threaten, disparage or vilify any reasonable person (including, without Limitation, any player, umpire, referee, Authorised Person or other spectator} on the  basis of their race, sex, gender, sexual orientation, religion, culture, colour, descent, nationality or ethnic origin;

(e) fails to comply with instructions from any Authorised Person, police,
 
steward or other security officer;

(f) is noticeably under the influence of alcohol, illicit drugs or any behaviour-modifying substance;

(g} is suspected of committing, or having committed, or being Likely to commit, a criminal offence in or about a Venue;

(h} whilst within any Venue, enters any restricted access or prohibited area or other area where that person is not permitted, including but not Limited to:

(i} the playing field, any dressing rooms, practice areas or other players' or officials' areas; and/or

(ii} any area for which accreditation is required or which is designated as an area to which members of the public are not entitled access;

(i} damages, interferes with or tampers with any property of any third party; and/or

{j} is in possession of any Prohibited Items, including:

(i} any article that is offensive, dangerous, hazardous and/or illegal or that maybe used or that maybe expected to be used as a weapon or a missile or that maycompromise or otherwise interfere with the enjoyment, comfort or safety of (or pose a hazard to} any person or security at a Venue (including, without Limitation, knives, fireworks, firearms, explosives, flammable items (other than cigarette Lighters or matches for personal use}, compressed gas containers, maces, flares, Lasers, smoke bombs, illicit drugs (other than those prescribed by a registered medical practitioner} and/or flag sticks that arerigid or protrude more than a hand's breadth below the flag};

(ii} alcohol, other than where permitted under the applicable Venue Regulations;

(iii} metal cans and glass bottles, other than where permitted under the applicable Venue Regulations;

(iv} unless otherwise specified in the applicable Venue Regulations (and other than those purchased or provided in a Venue}, any food or non-alcoholic drink other than small amounts for personal consumption;

(v} animals (other than guide dogs/ service animals};

(vi} banners, placards, Leaflets, signs or other materials, items, objects or clothing displaying political, religious, offensive or race-related messages, slogans or images or promotional or commercial identification or messages in breach of paragraph 23 of these Conditions;

(vii} any tripods, monopods or commercial digital video camera equipment
 
whatsoever (whether or not for personal use);

(viii) any camera or other type of photographic or recording device (of any nature whatsoever and whether capable of capturing still or moving pictures) other than for personal non-commercial use;

(ix) any other items listed as prohibited on the applicable Venue Regulations; and/or

(x) any other items that IBC, the Host and/or any Authorised Person determine may in their opinion be a source of danger, nuisance or annoyance or which may otherwise give rise to concerns in relation to the safety and security arrangements for a Match.

22. IBC, the Host and/or any Authorised Person reserve the right to refuse entry to any person who attempts to re-enter a Venue without having correctly scanned their Ticket upon leaving the Venue, or without having followed such other process for monitoring re-entry to the Venue as may be determined at the sole discretion of IBC, the Host and/or any Authorised Person.

23. The Ticket Holder shall not engage in any form of Ambush Marketing and shall not conduct any activity that conflicts with, infringes upon or impairs the rights of any Commercial Partner.

24. The Ticket Holder shall not be entitled to conduct, carry out or cause to be conducted or carried out:

(a) any form of betting or gambling whatsoever within a Venue; or

(b) any promotions, advertising, marketing or other commercial activity in or around a Venue, unless the same has been expressly authorised in writing in advance by IBC (the Ticket Holder may be asked to deliver up a copy of any such authorisation upon entry to or at any time whilst within a Venue).

25. Except in each case with the prior written approval of IBC, the Ticket Holder shall not whilst in or around any Venue:

(a) offer any good(s) or service(s) for sale, including (without limitation) newspapers, periodicals, drinks, food, souvenirs, clothes or other merchandise; or

(b) distribute or give away or attempt to distribute or give away any free items or any political, religious, charitable, commercial, advertising or promotional material or other documents.

26. The Ticket Holder may be searched (including a search of the Ticket Holder's bags, clothes and other possessions) by or on behalf of IBC, the Host and/or any Authorised Person prior to entry into or at anytime within a Venue for the purpose of monitoring and enforcing compliance with the Conditions (including locating and removing any Prohibited Items). Should the Ticket
 
Holder refuse to be searched in accordance with this Condition, the Ticket Holder may be refused admission to and/or ejected from the Venue without refund or compensation. Prohibited Items may be removed, confiscated and/or destroyed at the discretion of IBC, the Host and/or any Authorised Person and without obligation to  return such items to  the  Ticket  Holder  or to compensate the Ticket Holder in respect thereof. Police may be informed where searches reveal Prohibited Items the possession of  which IBC, the Host and/or any Authorised Person  believe  may constitute  a criminal offence.

27. The purchase, possession and consumption of alcohol is subject to the Venue Regulations and is permitted only in authorised areas in a Venue during hours determined by Authorised Persons, who may close or restrict entry into anysuch bars or authorised areas at any time.

28. Should a Ticket Holder be refused entry to or ejected from a Venue pursuant to these Conditions, all further rights of entry or readmission to
the Venue may be refused and IBC (or, at the direction of IBC, the Host) shall be entitled, at its discretion, to cancel any other Tickets held by the Ticket Holder for any Match and to deny entry to the Ticket Holder to any other Venue, in each case without obligation to compensate the Ticket Holder in respect thereof.

29. No Ticket Holder shall be permitted to enter, attend or remain in attendance at any Venue where that person is banned by any competent authority and/or sports governing body from attending that Venue or a particular Match (or cricket matches or sports events more generally) and/or from receiving any Ticket (or tickets generally in respect of cricket matches or sports events).

30. The Ticket Holder acknowledges that they are individually responsible  for their own property brought to and into a Venue (including Prohibited Items) and that there is no storage available at a Venue for any such items.

Betting Prohibition

31. The Ticket Holder shall not, whilst in a Venue:

(a) use any electronic device to engage in any online betting activities in relation to the result, progress, conduct or any other aspect of any Match, including but not Limited to ball-by-ball spread betting and/or the use of betting exchanges;

(b) use any electronic device to relay information on the progress, conduct or any other aspect of any Match for betting activities, unlicensed commercial activities or any other purposes in contravention of these Conditions, unless authorised or permitted to do so by IBC; or

(c) offer to any third party any bribe or other reward to fix or to contrive in any way or otherwise improperly influence the result, progress, conduct or any other aspect of any Match.
 
Media & Recordings

32. Photographs and/or any other recordings of sound made or images taken within a Venue may be used for personal, private, non-commercial and nonĀ­ promotional purposes only. The Ticket Holder shall not, except  for personal, private non-commercial and non-promotional purposes only, and in any event not for commercial gain, make or use, broadcast, narrowcast, telecast, transmit, publish, disseminate, reproduce or circulate by any means (including, without Limitation, utilising television, radio, satellite, the internet, any wireless service or any other current or future means of format or media}, any broadcast, recording, audio, video, photograph, text, data, image, statistic, result, commentary, news report or any other information relating to any Match or the Tournament (in each case in whole or in part} or assist any other person(s} in the conduct of any of such activities.
33. Each Ticket Holder attending a Match irrevocably and unconditionally: (a} consents without compensation to the recording of their voice, image
and Likeness captured by any means (including, without Limitation, audio, visual
and audio-visual recordings by television cameras and photographers} whilst present at or about a Venue;

(b) agrees to the transmission and use in perpetuity by IBC, its Commercial Partners and any Licensee or assignee of IBC of their voice, image and Likeness captured whilst present at or about a Venue, free of charge, by means of Live or recorded video display, broadcast, transmission or other dissemination or recording, photographs  or  any other  current  and/or future media technologies to the fullest extent possible;

(c) acknowledges and agrees that IBC is the sole Legal and beneficial owner of the copyright and any other intellectual property rights of any nature whatsoever in and to any recordings of sound made or images taken within a Venue (including, without Limitation, any such recordings made by the Ticket Holder in breach of paragraph 32 of these Conditions), including future rights to such recordings or to any works derived from such recordings;

(d) hereby consents, on an irrevocable, worldwide and perpetual basis, to IBC using, disclosing, reproducing, transmitting, exhibiting, communicating, renting, adapting or publishing anywhere in the world any recordings of sound made or images taken within a Venue (including, without Limitation, any such recordings made by the Ticket Holder):

(i) in whatever form IBC thinks fit (including the making of any distortions, additions or alterations to  that work or subject matter or any adaptation  thereof, or to any part of that work or subject matter or of any such adaptation); and

(ii} without making any identification of the Ticket Holder in relation thereto; and

(iii} hereby unconditionally and irrevocably assigns to IBC all rights, including copyright and other intellectual property rights, in any recordings of sound made or images taken by the Ticket Holder within a Venue.
 
Waiver & Indemnity

34. EACH TICKET HOLDER ADMITTED TO A VENUE ACKNOWLEDGES THAT THEIR PRESENCE AND/OR MOVEMENT IN AND AROUND A VENUE IS AT THEIR OWN RISK AND THAT, TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LOCAL LAW, NEITHER IBC NOR THE ICC NOR ANY OF THE OFFICIAL TICKETING AGENTS NOR ANY OF THE  AUTHORISED  AGENTS NOR THE HOST NOR ANY AUTHORISED PERSONS ARE LIABLE FOR ANY LOSS, DAMAGE AND/OR  HARM,  INCLUDING  (WITHOUT  LIMITATION) BODILY OR MENTAL HARM, PERSONAL PROPERTY  DAMAGE  OR  ANY LOSS, LOSS OF PROFIT, BUSINESS OR OPPORTUNITY, INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL LOSS, SPECIAL DAMAGES  OR  ANY  OTHER  LOSS AND/OR HARM HOWSOEVER ARISING FROM ANY MATCH AND/OR THE TOURNAMENT (INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, ARISING  AS A RESULT OF THE CANCELLATION,  POSTPONEMENT  OR  RELOCATION  OF  THE SAME IN EACH CASE) AND/OR OCCURRING DURING THEIR  ATTENDANCE AT A VENUE AND, WITHOUT LIMITATION TO THE  FOREGOING,  EACH TICKET HOLDER AGREES THAT NO CLAIM, COMPLAINT OR PROCEEDING WILL BE BROUGHT IN RELATION TO THE FOREGOING.

35. EACH TICKET HOLDER SHALL INDEMNIFY AND HOLD IBC, THE ICC, THE OFFICIAL TICKETING AGENTS, THE AUTHORISED AGENTS, THE HOST AND ALL AUTHORISED PERSONS HARMLESS FROM AND AGAINST ALL LOSS, DAMAGES AND LIABILITIES, INCLUDING (WITHOUT LIMITATION) BODILY OR MENTAL HARM, PERSONAL PROPERTY DAMAGE OR LOSS, LOSS OF PROFIT, BUSINESS OR OPPORTUNITY, INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL LOSS, SPECIAL DAMAGES OR ANY OTHER LOSS AND/OR HARM HOWSOEVER ARISING (INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE COSTS OF ENFORCEMENT OR ATTEMPTED ENFORCEMENT OF THESE CONDITIONS), SUFFERED OR INCURRED BY ANY OF THEM IN CONNECTION WITH, RESULTING FROM, OR ARISING OUT OF, A BREACH BY THE TICKET HOLDER OF ANY OF THESE CONDITIONS.

Miscellaneous

36. These Conditions have been drafted in the English language. In the case of any conflict or ambiguity between the English version of these Conditions and any translation of them into any other language, the English version of these Conditions will prevail.

37. The Ticket Holder shall not use, alter, copy or otherwise deal with any of the symbols, trade marks, logos and/or intellectual property appearing on a Ticket.

38. IBC reserves the right to make amendments to these Conditions from time to time at IBC's sole discretion and without notice (including, without Limitation, by adopting the Ticket Refund Policy and/or by amending or supplementing the applicable Venue Regulations). A full copy of the latest version of the Conditions (as amended, if appropriate) will be available on the Website and, upon request, from IBC.

39. The Ticket Holder irrevocably and unconditionally consents to the collection, use and insertion into a database by or on behalf of IBC and/or
 
the Host of personal information provided by the Ticket Purchaser and any other Ticket Holder in accordance with applicable Law for the purposes of implementation of these Conditions, including for administration, communication, enforcement and access control purposes. IBC and/or the Host may share such personal information as may be generally and reasonably required for the proper and efficient staging of the Tournament and to give effect to any of its rights in terms of these Conditions. The Ticket Holder can access and/or correct their personal information by written request to IBC.

40. Each of the provisions set out in these Conditions shall be severally enforceable. Notwithstanding that the whole or any part of any provision(s) of these Conditions may be declared void, ineffective or unenforceable in any respect by any competent court in any jurisdiction, the provision(s) in question (or part thereof, as the case may be) shall be severed to the extent necessary and the other provision(s) of these Conditions and the remainder of the provision(s) in question (as applicable) shall continue in full force and effect.

41. No failure or delay by IBC (or by any third party which has rights under these Conditions pursuant to paragraph 42 hereof) to exercise any right (in whole or in part) under these Conditions shall constitute a waiver of that right, nor restrict any further exercise of that right. To the extent that IBC (or any third party which has rights under these Conditions pursuant to paragraph 42 hereof) is prevented or delayed by matters beyond its reasonable control from performing any of its obligation(s) under these Conditions, IBC (or such third party, as the case may be) shall be relieved of any Liability to any Ticket Holder for failure to perform or for delay in performing any such obligation(s).

42. Each of the following third parties shall have the right under the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 to enforce:

(a) in the case of the Host, paragraphs 9, 11, 12, 13(g), 16, 17, 21, 22, 24(b), 25, 26, 28, 34, 35, 39, 41, 42(a) and 43 of these Conditions;

(b) in the case of any Authorised Person,  paragraphs  9, 16, 17, 21, 22, 26, 27, 34, 35, 41, 42(b) and 43 of these Conditions;

(c) in the case of the ICC, paragraphs 34, 35, and 42(c) and 43 of these Conditions;

(d) in the case of each of the Official Ticketing  Agents, paragraphs  34, 35, 41, 42(d) and 43 of these Conditions;

(e) in the case of each of the Authorised Agents, paragraphs 34, 35, 41, 42(e) and 43 of these Conditions; and

(f) in the case of any Commercial Partner, paragraphs 33(b), 41, 42(f) and 43 of these Conditions.

43. These Conditions and any dispute or claim arising out of or in connection
 
with these Conditions (including, without Limitation, any dispute or claim relating to non-contractual obligations} shall be governed  by and interpreted in accordance with English Law and any dispute (including, without Limitation, any non-contractual dispute or claim} arising from or in connection with these Conditions or a Ticket Holder's attendance at a Match shall be submitted to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, IBC reserves the right to pursue any Legal proceedings in a competent court in the defendant's domicile, which proceedings shall be governed by and interpreted in accordance with English Law.