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Advertising Ts & Cs

Advertising Ts & Cs

  1. No advertisement will be published unless an order form has been signed and filled in correctly.
  2. SAICE reserves the right to repeat previous artwork should artwork be late or overdue. The publication will not be held back under any circumstances.
  3. Artwork not received in time will still be charged for.
  4. No advertisement will breach the copyright, any other rights of, or shall be defamatory towards any person and/or entity. The full responsibility for the correctness and suitability of the advertising material and copy rests with the advertiser. Accordingly, SAICE shall not be liable to the advertiser or any third party for any errors, omissions, false or misleading statements, copyright infringements or other causes of liability whatsoever.
  5. Invoices are to be paid 30 days from the invoice date.
  6. Any legal costs incurred in the recovery of outstanding monies will be for the account of the advertiser or his/her advertising agency.
  7. Special positions are subject to a 25% surcharge.
  8. No cancellations will be accepted less than four weeks prior to the cover date of the respective issue of Civil Engineering. No cancellations or change of instructions will be accepted unless in writing.
  9. All editorial content submitted is subject to the approval and published at the discretion of the editor.
  10. SAICE accepts no responsibility for damage to material outside our premises.
  11. All new and duplicate material will be for the client’s account.
  12. Any multiple insertion contracts cancelled, irrespective of cancellation date, will incur a surcharge equal to the difference between the contract rate and the single insertion rate for each advertisement placed. The surcharge will be payable immediately.
  13. SAICE reserves the right to decline or suspend any advertisement for any reason whatsoever in its sole discretion, without liability or penalty to SAICE.
  14. The advertiser must pay all charges related to international payment transfers. These include their own bank, the beneficiary bank and intermediary bank/s charges.