Gold Coast Event Services requires a 50% deposit to confirm the date. Deposits are non-refundable. Unforeseen Occurrences: This agreement is contingent upon the absence of, accidents, acts of God, terrorist attacks and/or pandemics, or any other cause beyond our control, Deposits will not be returned and if you have made final payment and something happens this will be non-refundable also.  If there is a storm, Gold Coast has a responsibility to its staff to keep everyone safe. If we choose not to go out, we will reschedule a date that is suitable for both parties. Please get yourself wedsafe.com. This protects you from

cancellations.

Cancellation, Rescheduling and No-Shows

Cancellation, Rescheduling of Services or No-Show Client. If Client desires to cancel Services, reschedule Services, or if it becomes impossible for Provider to render Services due to the fault of the Client or parties related to Client, such as failure of the  to occur or failure of one or more essential parties to the  to show up in a timely manner, Client shall  provide notice to Provider as soon as possible via the Notice provisions detailed in this Agreement. Provider has no obligation to attempt to re-book further Services to fill the void created by Client’s cancellation, rescheduling, no-show or if it becomes impossible for Provider to provide the Services due to the fault of Client (or parties related to Client), and Provider will not be obligated to refund any monies Client has previously paid towards the Total Cost.  Client is not relieved of any payment obligations for cancelled Services, rescheduled Services, failing to show up for the , or should it become impossible for Provider  to provide the services due to the fault of Client (or parties related to Client) unless the Parties otherwise agree in writing.   For instance, if Provider is able to secure another, unrelated client for , then Provider may choose, at its sole discretion, to excuse all (or a portion of) Client's outstanding balance of the Total Cost. 

Impossibility

Force Majeure. Notwithstanding the above, either party may choose to be excused of any further performance obligations in the event of a disastrous occurrence outside the control of either party, such as, but not limited to:

  1. A natural disaster (fires, explosions, earthquakes, hurricane, flooding, storms or infestation); or

  2. War, Invasion, Act of Foreign Enemies, Embargo, or other Hostility (whether declared or not); or

  3. Any hazardous situation created outside the control of either party such as a riot, disorder, nuclear leak or explosion, or act or threat of terrorism.

Failure to Perform Services. In the event Provider cannot or will not perform its obligations in any or all parts of this Agreement, it (or a responsible party) will:

  1. Immediately give Notice to Client via the Notice provisions detailed in this Agreement; and

  2. Issue a refund or credit based on a reasonably accurate percentage of Services rendered; and

  3. Excuse Client of any further performance and/or payment obligations in this Agreement.