Mark I’Anson Property is not a regulated or licensed investment or financial advisor. Whilst we endeavour to provide accurate, up to date and complete information, we make no warranties or representations as to the accuracy, eliability or completeness or otherwise of the information and assume no responsibility or liability for any omissions or errors. As such, all information provided by Mark I’Anson Property should be only be regarded as an indicator and a general guide and should not be relied on as a statement, recommendation or representation of fact. Any interested parties are advised to satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of any infomation they receive by carrying out independent assessments or otherwise before making any commitment to participate. Mark I’Anson Property have no control over the Banks or financial institutions that arrange lending and terms and conditions can change at any time. Mark I’Anson Property cannot be held responsible for any such changes.|
Terms & Conditions
Mark I’Anson Property Ltd Terms and Conditions Policy
a) The following definitions will apply to terms used throughout this document unless the context in which a term is used implies a meaning that is different to the definition provided.
Mark I’Anson Property Ltd, affiliates, officers, employees, agents, contractors, successors and assigns.
Reservation Request - An application made by or on behalf of a company, entity, group or individual by electronic, verbal or written communication
Reservation - A prior right of purchase granted to a company, entity, group or individual
Purchaser - The company, entity, group or individual being introduced to a property vendor, vendor's agent or solicitor
Administration Fee - A fee payable by the Purchaser due in respect of the introduction of the vendor or vendor's solicitor or agent
Reservation Fee - A fee payable immediately by the Purchaser in order to secure a reservation of introduction
Assessment Period - A period of five full working days from the date a reservation fee has been paid by the purchaser
2 General Terms and Conditions
a) The Purchaser must have read and understood the Reservation Form and read, understood and agreed to both the disclaimer and the terms and conditions of the reservation form before conducting any business with Mark I’Anson Property Ltd. If you are unsure about any terms, please e-mail Mark I’Anson Property Ltd for further clarification.
b) By completing a reservation request and/or paying a reservation deposit, it will be implied that you are agreeing to the terms and conditions outlined in the reservation agreement.
c) Most of the introductions offered by Mark I’Anson Property Ltd are subject to adherence with a strict payment and contractual schedule. Failure to comply with the terms of the stipulated schedule will invalidate the introduction and lead to loss of monies paid. Therefore, please do not proceed with any introduction or pay any monies out unless you are in a position to comply with the stipulated schedule.
d) Mark I’Anson Property Ltd can accept payment via bank transfer, credit card, debit card or cheque. Mark I’Anson Property Ltd is unable to accept payment by cash or bankers draft.
3 Reservation Procedure
a) Reservation of an introduction grants to the purchaser a prior right of purchase. To reserve an introduction, the purchaser must pay a reservation fee, which consists of two elements. The amount is stated on all marketing details and is variable by vendor. The first element is non refundable but is credited towards the introduction. The second element is refundable should the vendor withdraw from the sale.
b) The purchaser must be ready to complete within 28 days of the reservation being confirmed unless stated or agreed otherwise. A reservation is not confirmed until the purchaser has been notified in writing by Mark I’Anson Property Ltd and the agreed reservation and administration fees have been paid by the purchaser.
c) The Purchaser will be notified of the full address of the vendor only when the agreed reservation and administration fees have been received by Mark I’Anson Property Ltd. Upon receipt of the agreed reservation and administration Fees the Purchaser will be granted an assessment period of five working days during which time the purchaser may complete any due diligence and must be satisfied that the introduction is sufficient and appropriate for purpose. If the purchaser wishes to withdraw from the purchase during the assessment period, the purchaser must notify Mark I’Anson Property Ltd in writing immediately. The agreed reservation and administration Fees (less the secondary element of the reservation fee of £500) will be refunded in this event.
Following the assessment period, if the purchaser chooses to withdraw from the purchase no refund will be given.
The administration fee is non refundable except where the vendor withdraws from the sale.
No interest shall accrue to the purchaser in the event of a refund of the administration fee.
d) Mark I’Anson Property Ltd does not accept responsibility for any expenses or losses incurred by the purchaser in any event including if the introduction fails to achieve a valuation sufficient to that given in the promotion.
Expenses and losses include but are not limited to valuation fees, broker fees, legal fees and research fees.
e) The purchaser is responsible for performing his/her own due diligence in order to determine the introductions value and suitability before accepting the terms and is given five working days for this purpose. Should a vendor withdraw from the sale during this period, a suitable replacement introduction will be presented.
f) Unless stated or agreed otherwise, it is a condition of the reservation that the purchaser completes the purchase using a solicitor and/or a mortgage advisor nominated or approved by Mark I’Anson Property Ltd. If a situation occurs where more than one applicant requests to reserve the same property, the introduction will be allocated to a single purchaser at the discretion of Mark I’Anson Property Ltd.
The decision to allocate an introduction to a particular purchaser will be based on the merit of each applicant’s request and perceived likelihood that the purchase will continue to completion. Mark I’Anson Property Ltd will notify unsuccessful applicants either in writing (electronic or otherwise) or by telephone. The decision of Mark I’Anson Property Ltd is final.
4 Disclosure of Information
a) Each party acknowledges and agrees that any information relating to the other party's business which is not generally known to the public is confidential and proprietary information.
b) The purchaser agrees not to disclose the details of the vendor without prior written agreement from Mark I’Anson Property Ltd.
c) The purchaser agrees not to disclose the details of the sourcing company to third parties without prior written agreement from Mark I’Anson Property Ltd, or to use the services of the sourcing company again without the engagement of Mark I’Anson Property Ltd.
a) Mark I’Anson Property Ltd is neither a licensed investment advisor nor a licensed estate agent. Mark I’Anson Property Ltd is not authorised by the Financial Services Authority to provide investment or financial advice.
b) The information on the website an in any other materials presented by Mark I’Anson Property Ltd is neither intended to be, nor should be construed as, an invitation or inducement (direct or indirect) to any person to engage in investment activities.
c) Every reasonable effort has been made by Mark I’Anson Property Ltd to ensure the accuracy of the information displayed on the website and in any other materials presented by Mark I’Anson Property Ltd. whilst believed to be accurate, the information provided is for guidance only. Mark I’Anson Property Ltd makes no representation and gives no warranties as to the accuracy of the information provided and accepts no liability for any errors, misprints or omissions (whether negligent or otherwise).
d) The Purchaser should not rely on the information or representations of fact, but must satisfy himself through his solicitor and by physical inspection in question or otherwise as to their accuracy.
e) No person in the employ of Mark I’Anson Property Ltd has the authority to make or give any representation or warranty in relation to the introductions. Mark I’Anson Property Ltd shall not be liable for any loss or damage whatsoever arising as a result of any person acting or failing to act upon information provided.
f) Mark I’Anson Property Ltd displays information about introductions on behalf of third-parties for whom Mark I’Anson Property Ltd is either an agent or representative, and is therefore not responsible for the validity of the details relating to introductions shown.
g) Any areas, measurements or distances are approximate only. Any text, photographs and plans are for guidance only and are not necessarily comprehensive.
h) It should not be assumed that each introduction has all necessary planning, building regulations or other consents.
i) For all introductions, it should not be assumed that Mark I’Anson Property Ltd has tested any services, equipment or facilities, and the purchaser must satisfy himself by inspection or otherwise.
j) All off-plan particulars are prepared from preliminary plans and specifications before the completion of each introduction and are intended only as a guide. These may be changed during construction and final finishes could vary. The purchaser should not rely on this information and wherever possible, should instruct a solicitor to check the plans and specifications before exchanging contracts.
k) Mark I’Anson Property Ltd is not responsible for future changes in the market or market conditions. Past performance is not a guide to future performance. The value can go up as well as down.
l) Mortgage applications are subject to individual status. Guarantees cannot be made that any particular applicant will obtain a mortgage on the investments or the value of the mortgage they will be able to obtain.
m) Guarantees cannot be made on the resale.
6 Governing Law
a) This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the substantive laws of the UK and the European Union.