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ESPE Activity Disclaimer

ESPE Activity Disclaimer:

Cancellation or Modification of an ESPE activity due to Force Majeure

In case of force majeure, the ESPE has the right to alter or cancel the ESPE activity without prior notice, however a notice of the occurrence shall be given by the ESPE as soon as reasonably possible. Force majeure shall mean any circumstance beyond the reasonable control of the ESPE which prevents or impedes the holding of the activity including, but not limited to, government action, war or hostilities, riot or civil commotion, plague or other epidemic such as SARS, bird flu, earthquake, flood, hurricane, cyclone, fire or other natural physical disaster, explosion, accident or breakdown, strike, lack of the usual means of transportation or terrorism. The ESPE shall not be liable for any direct or indirect, incidental or consequential damages, losses, expenditures or any other inconveniences or costs caused by such modification or cancellation of the activity.

Travel Disclaimer

ESPE members travelling to attend an event/meeting/congress on behalf of/or to represent ESPE should read this disclaimer before they travel.

ESPE cannot accept liability for injuries or losses of whatever nature incurred by the participant, nor loss of or damage to their luggage and/or personal belongings. Please check the validity of your own travel insurance.

Neither ESPE, nor its council, committees, representatives or agents, shall be held liable by any person as a result of the cancellation of the event or of any of the arrangements, programmes or plans connected therewith, or for any injury, damage or inconvenience which may be suffered by any person while travelling to or from the event, or during such person's presence in connection with this activity.

Participants are fully liable for damages caused to third parties and property.

Travel Insurance

A travel insurance policy to cover theft, loss and medical problems is recommended. ESPE will not be held liable for illness, accidents or thefts suffered by participants during an ESPE activity or their stay before, during or after a meeting.