Terms and conditions

Broker Services – Conditions of Supply

These Terms and Conditions (‘Terms’) are the standard terms and conditions for the provision of energy

brokering services by Energy Made Simple Limited a limited company registered in England and Wales

under company number 10465738 whose registered address is Novus Business Centre, Judson Road, North

West Industrial Estate, Peterlee, SR8 2QJ (‘Us’, ‘We’ and ‘Our(s)’) These Terms govern Your use of Our

Broker Services (defined below). Please read these Terms carefully as You will be bound by them. We will

ask You to agree to and sign these Terms. The Terms will be legally binding.

1 Definitions and interpretation

‘Broker Services’

means the provision by Us of identifying, brokering, negotiating, switching, and securing competitive

commercial energy prices for You obtained from Energy Suppliers which is intended to result in an Energy

Contract. We may also provide general account management services for You upon request, please contact us

for more details;

‘CCL’

means the Climate Control Levy which is an environmental tax charged on the energy that businesses use;

‘CCL/VAT Service’

means the review and assessment by Us of the different levels of VAT & CCL for You to ensure You are

paying the correct level of VAT and CCL appropriate to Your business. We will complete the relevant

paperwork to ensure You are on the correct rate as part of the CCL/VAT Service;

‘CCL/VAT Service Fee’

means the fee payable by You for the CCL/VAT Service which will be []% of the rebate or discount applied

to your Contract Rate identified and obtained by Us in providing the CCL/VAT Service in relation to

either/or CCL or VAT or a fixed fee of £[ ] whichever is greater;

‘COO’

means a Change of Occupancy and includes but is not limited to circumstances where:

an outgoing owner sells freehold or leasehold in premises to another entity;

a business is sold to a totally different person/legal entity but the new management retains company

name and premises;

where a business is dissolved and one or more directors set up a new business which is engaged in the

same or similar business at the premises.

‘COT’

means a Change of Tenancy and includes but is not limited to circumstances where:

an outgoing tenant surrenders and landlord accepts surrender of a lease;

an outgoing tenant assigns a lease to another entity;

an outgoing tenant surrenders lease but the landlord refuses to accept the surrender;

there is a change of company name, including where company moves from sole trader to limited

company or vice versa;

an incorrect name has been recorded in an Energy Supplier’s systems;

a business changes its name but continues to do a similar type of business and some or all directors

remain unchanged.

‘Chosen Energy Contract Rates’

means the rate at which Your Chosen Energy Supplier wishes to provide energy services to You;

‘Chosen Energy Contract Term’

means the fixed period of time during which You will be contractually obliged to purchase Your energy

requirements from the Chosen Energy Supplier at the Chosen Energy Supplier Rate as described in Your

Energy Contract;

‘Chosen Energy Supplier’

means the specific energy supplier who wishes to provide the energy services to You at the rates set out in

either the applicable Energy Contract or the Comparison Spreadsheet;

‘Commencement Date’ as defined in clause 2.1;

‘Commission’

means any sums due to Us from the Energy Supplier as a result of the provision of Our Broker Services to

You, where such commission is paid directly to us by the Energy Supplier as described in clause 7;

‘Commission Acknowledgement’

means the document provided to You by Us which provides details of Our Commission;

‘Comparison Spreadsheet’

means the excel spreadsheet We provide to You which outlines details of the available Energy Supplier’s

Energy Contracts along with details of the Contract Rate and Our Commission;

“Contract Rate”

means the rate the Energy Supplier will charge You under the Energy Contract for the supply of energy,

consisting of a unit charge and a standing charge;

‘Data Protection Legislation’

means all applicable data protection and privacy legislation in force from time to time in the UK including

the General Data Protection Regulation ((EU) 2016/679); the Data Protection Act 2018; the Privacy and

Electronic Communications Directive 2002/58/EC (as updated by Directive 2009/136/EC) and the Privacy

and Electronic Communications Regulations 2003 (SI 2003/2426) as amended;

‘Energy Contract’

means the contract between You and the Chosen Energy Supplier for the supply of energy at the Chosen

Energy Supplier Rate which shall be governed by the terms and conditions made between You and the

Chosen Energy Supplier);

‘Energy Supplier’

means a supplier of meter operator service (‘MOP’) water, gas, and electricity energy services in the energy

supplier market;

‘Estimated Usage’

means the amount of energy that you are estimated to consume;

‘Law’

means any and all applicable statute, rule, regulation, directive or similar;

‘Letter of Authority One’

means the letter in which You give Us authority to contact the Energy Suppliers on Your behalf to request

and negotiate prices and, if described in the

letter, to negotiate and conclude an Energy Contract on Your behalf;

‘Letter of Authority Two’

means the letter in which You give Us authority to conclude Your Chosen Energy Contract on Your behalf;

‘Our Contract’

means the contract We enter into with You for provision of Our Broker Services;

“Pass Through Contract”

means the contract between You and the Chosen Energy Supplier includes charges You are liable to pay that

are separate from the Contract Rate. This is billed separately and the rates can fluctuate through the Term of

Your Energy Contract. These charges are referred to as non-energy costs and may include but are not limited

to: Feed in Tariff (FiT), Renewable Obligation (RO), Transmision Network Use of Systems (TNUoS),

Distribution Use of Systems (DUoS), Balancing Services Use of Systems (BSUoS), Assistance for Areas

with High Electricity Distribution Costs (AAHEDC), Climate Change Levy (CCL), Fossil Fuel Levy (FFL),

Elexon, Data Collector/Data Aggregator (DC/DA), Reactive Power, Meter Operator (MOP) or any other

pass-through charges notified to You by the Energy Supplier;

‘You’ and ‘Your’

means you, the person, company or other body using Our Broker Services.

‘VAT’

means value added tax or any equivalent tax chargeable in the UK.

 

2 Formation of Our Contract

 

2.1 2.1 Our Contract will come into existence when the Letter of Authority One is signed by You

(“Commencement Date”) which will be for the Broker Services and/or the CCL/VAT Service.

2.2 Our Contract will commence on the Commencement Date and shall continue for either (i) 12 months

subject to clause 10, or (ii) until the expiry of termination of the Energy Contract, whichever is longer(if

applicable).

2.3 2.3 The Broker Services and the CCL/VAT Service are supplied subject to these Terms and these Terms

shall be the sole terms and conditions applicable to Our Contract.

2.4 2.4 We may refuse the right to provide the Broker Services or the CCL/VAT Service to You at Our

discretion.

3 Performance of the Broker Services

3.1 We shall use reasonable endeavours to provide the Broker Services using reasonable skill and care.

Quotes and energy prices are obtained from Us searching the Energy Supplier market using information, data

and pricing provided by Energy Suppliers however, You accept that We may not be able to secure the best

available rates and, in some instances You may be able to secure a more favourable deal directly from the

Energy Supplier yourself. We are not responsible for advising You as to the correct or most appropriate or

opportune timing to negotiate or renew Your current energy deal.

3.2 Notwithstanding clause 3.1, You acknowledge and agree that You are required to check and validate the

details of any Energy Contracts provided by Us. You will be required to check Your Energy Contract and

agree it the terms of Your Chosen Energy Contract. Ultimately the responsibility for which Energy Contract

You choose rests with You. This may not be the cheapest deal.

4 Independent Energy Consultant

4.1 We are an independent energy consultant, and nothing in these Terms is intended to, or shall be deemed

to, establish any partnership between You and Us or Us and any Energy Supplier.

4.2 By signing up to the Broker Services in accordance with these Terms, You give us limited authority in

accordance with Letter of Authority One, which allows Us:

4.2.1 to review Your details and current energy contract and obtain quotations from other Energy Suppliers

which may be of benefit to You;

4.2.2 after obtaining prior confirmation from You to select an alternative Energy Contract or Energy

Supplier; and

4.2.3 to contact Your Chosen Energy Supplier and to provide Your details to Your Chosen Energy Supplier

(which may be your existing supplier in case of switching between different contracts of the same supplier);

and

4.3 One you have Chosen Your Energy Supplier and have signed Letter of Authority Two we will have

authority to complete the application or registration forms or application questionnaires in relation to the

Energy Contract with Your Chosen Energy Supplier, in order to arrange the switching of contracts or

suppliers on Your behalf.

5 Comparison Spreadsheet

5.1 The Comparison Spreadsheet will be valid for 24 hours only. The prices are only available for this time

due to the nature of price and rate fluctuations in the energy markets which can often be subject to increases

and decreases on an hourly basis.

5.2 The provision of the Comparison Spreadsheet does not constitute an offer to You to provide Energy

Services and each Energy Supplier will have their own terms and conditions which they will require You to

agree to as part of Your Energy Contract with them.

5.3 Energy prices upon which We base Our Comparison Spreadsheet and provide Broker Services fluctuate

on an hourly or daily basis and whilst We endeavour to secure the most competitive rates, We cannot

guarantee the deals set out in the Comparison Spreadsheet is the cheapest or the best available on the market.

We do not have access to each and every Energy Supplier. The prices presented may or may not be more or

less expensive than prices that can be negotiated from other energy brokers and/or consultants.

5.4 Your Chosen Energy Supplier shall be entitled at any time to refuse to enter into an Energy Contract with

You. This may be unlikely but is not Our responsibility and is outside of Our control.

5.5 Some charges may be excluded from the charges seen on your Energy Contract and may be charged

separately to your Contract Rate. You are responsible for the Pass Through Charges in addition to the

Contract Rate. It is Your responsibility to read what is and is not included within the Energy Contract. This

will not be Our responsibility. Please take the time to carefully understand the Energy Contract and if You do

have any questions, please let Us know.

5.6 There are Energy Suppliers that we do not work with or have access to prices from, so these will not be

included in any prices we negotiate. There is no set number of Energy Suppliers that we tender to and may

tender to as little as one supplier as part of our pricing process. We have access to both bespoke and prices

we are given from the Energy Suppliers we work with in the form of an Excel to generate prices.

5.7 Our Comparison Spreadsheet are on the basis of what information is available to us at the time. The sole

responsibility is on You in choosing the duration of Energy Contract that is most suitable for you. We are not

responsible for the commercial decision you make.

5.8 When you accept one of the Energy Contracts in the Comparison Spreadsheet we will provide you with

the Letter of Authority Two so we can conclude the Energy Contract on your behalf.

6 Energy Contract

6.1 When you chose an Energy Contract on the basis of the information we have sent to you which will either

be set out in Our Comparison Spreadsheet or the provision by Us of a draft Energy Contract You will be

required to execute a contract with Your Chosen Energy Supplier.

6.2 One the Energy Contract has been signed this will be legally binding agreement between You and Your

Chosen Energy Supplier. You will not be able to cancel, terminate or revoke the Energy Contract unless the

Energy Contract provides for this and You will be bound by its terms and conditions for the Chosen Energy

Contract Term at the Chosen Energy Contract Rate. You will not be able to change to a different Energy

Supplier during the period in which Your Energy Contract is in force.

6.3 You acknowledge and understand that:

6.3.1 You are not entering into an Energy Contract with Us;

6.3.2 We do not make any guarantees as to the quality of the energy service You receive from Your Chosen

Energy Supplier;

6.3.3 We are not responsible for any delays or failures caused by You or Your Chosen Energy Supplier

effecting either a transfer of supply or renewal of supply.

7 Our Commission

7.1 You acknowledge that We will receive a Commission payable by Your Chosen Energy Supplier for

providing the Broker Services.

7.2 We will only earn a commission if We are successful in brokering an Energy Contract with an Energy

Supplier on Your behalf. If We are not successful in brokering an Energy Contract on Your behalf with an

Energy Supplier, We will earn no commission.

7.3 Our commission:

7.3.1 is set out in our Commission Acknowledgement that We presents to You;

7.3.2 is an amount included within the energy unit rate (kWh) and/or the standing charge in the Energy

Contract;

7.3.3 is paid to Us directly by Your Chosen Energy Supplier; and

7.3.4 where included in the energy unit rate, is dependent on the volume of energy unit (kWh) consumed by

each meter or group of meters We have brokered on Your behalf with the Energy Supplier.

7.4 The timing and amount of the Commission will vary for each Energy Supplier. We will disclose the

Commission due to Us and payable by the Energy Supplier to you in Our Commission Acknowledgement.

7.5 How the Commission is calculated will vary for each Energy Supplier and will either be based on the

following or a combination of the following:-

7.5.1 Commission built into the Unit Rates

(a) Our Commission will be an amount charged to the Energy Supplier for every kWh of energy that you

consume over term of the Energy Contract.

(b) You consent to us receiving Commission from the Energy Supplier at a rate of up to [£0.03] per kWh.

(c) The total Commission received by us from the Energy Supplier will be the amount of the Commission

multiplied by your total energy usage over the term of the Energy Contract.

(d) The Energy Supplier will include the amount of the Commission in the unit rate that it charges to You.

(e) By way of illustration, if we secure an initial unit rate from the Energy Supplier for energy at [£0.15] per

kwh and charge a Commission of [£0.02] per kwh. The total unit rated charged by the Energy

Supplier would be [£0.17] per kWh. Our total Commission would be calculated as [£0.02] multiplied by

Your total energy consumption over the term of the entire Energy Contract.

7.5.2 Commission built into the Standing Charge

(a) Our Commission may be a fixed sum payable for each day in the term of the Energy Contract.

(b) Alternatively, our Commission will be calculated by applying a rate per kWh to the Estimated Usage for

the entire term of the Energy Contract and dividing that by the number of days in the term of the Energy

Contract.

(c) The Energy Supplier will include the amount of the Commission in its standing charge which will be

payable by You.

(d) By way of illustration, if we apply a Commission rate of £0.02 per kWh to an Estimated Usage of

100,000 kwh for an Energy Contract term, our Commission will be £0.547 per day and our total Commission

over an Energy Contract term will be £200.

(e) In the above illustration, where the Energy Supplier has proposed an initial standing charge of £0.10 per

day, this will be increased to a total standing charge of £0.647 per day.

(f) You consent to us receiving a Commission built into the standing charge and calculated on the above basis

by reference to a rate of up to £0.03 per kWh.

7.5.3 Fixed Fee

In some circumstances We will charge a fixed fee for the Broker Services. The amount payable will be in

accordance with our standard rates and will be set out in the Conparision Spreadsheet or the applicable

Energy Contract.

 

7.6 The estimated annual consumption you see on the Energy Contract may differ to the estimated annual

consumption provided to Us by You. All Commission will be reconciled according to your confirmed annual

consumption both during and/or at end of the Energy Contract. If you are unhappy with the estimated annual

consumption on the Energy Contract, please request the estimated annual consumption be amended, or please

do not sign the Energy Contract.

7.7 You will not pay any additional fees for the Broker Services other than the Commission for the Chosen

Energy Supplier.

7.8 When You have entered into an Energy Contract, irrespective of whether the Energy Contract has a “live”

status, You may not enter into another contract with another Energy Supplier or terminate, cancel, assign or

otherwise transfer the Energy Contract.

7.9 If you cancel, terminate, assign, transfer or do not proceed with the Energy Contract for any reason,

including but not limited to the agreeing of an alternative energy contract or submitting a COT or COO to the

Chosen Energy Supplier, We may receive no fee for Our Broker Services and will have incurred time and

loss. In these circumstances, We reserve the right to charge You the Commission We have lost as a result as

described in clause 7.5 which is a clear reflection and pre-estimate of Our loss. This is in addition to any

charges the Chosen Energy Supplier may also attempt to recover for the failed Energy Contract. It is

important that once You have entered into an Energy Contract with Your Chosen Energy Supplier that You

honour that Energy Contract and do not enter into duplicate contracts with other suppliers.

8 CCL/VAT Service

8.1 We shall use reasonable endeavours to provide the CCL/VAT Service using reasonable skill and care.

8.2 We will be entitled to a receive the CCL/VAT Service Fee for the CCL/VAT Service.

8.3 We will submit an invoice for the amount of the CCL/VAT Service Fee following the receipt of the

calculation of the rebate or discount applied to your Contract Rate from You or the Energy Supplier.

8.4 The amounts payable pursuant to clause 8.3 shall be due to Us within 28 days of the date of the invoice.

8.5 All sums payable for the CCL/VAT Service:

8.5.1 are exclusive of value added tax or other applicable sales tax, which shall be added to the sum in

question;

8.5.2 shall be paid in full without any deductions (including deductions in respect of items such as income,

corporation, or other taxes, Commission and/or duties) except where the payer is required by law to deduct

withholding tax from sums payable to the payee. If the payer is required by law to deduct withholding tax,

then the payer and the payee shall co-operate in all respects and take all reasonable steps necessary to:

8.5.3 lawfully avoid making any such deductions; or

8.5.4 enable the payee to obtain a tax credit in respect of the amount withheld.

8.6 If You fail to make any payment due to Us for the CCL/VAT Service by the due date for payment, You

shall pay interest on the overdue amount at the rate of 8% per annum above the Bank of England’s base rate

from time to time. Such interest shall accrue on a daily basis from the due date until actual payment of the

overdue amount, whether before or after judgment. The Customer shall pay the interest together with the

overdue amount.

8.7 Termination of this Contract, howsoever arising, shall not affect the continuation in force of this clause 8

and Your obligation to pay the CCL/VAT Service Fee to EMS in accordance with it.

9 Your obligations

9.1 You warrant, represent and undertake:

9.1.1 to co-operate with Us in all matters relating to the Broker Services and/or the CCL/VAT Service

including providing all relevant information in a timely manner as may be required. This will include Your

current and Estimated Usage of energy,current contract end dates and any other information We may

reasonably request from You if We consider that this may influence price We can secure for You;

9.1.2 to comply at all times with these Terms, as well as any applicable terms of any Energy Supplier,

relating to any Energy Contract;

9.1.3 to comply with the Law;

9.1.4 that You shall not (nor shall You authorise any third parties to) make any amendments to the Energy

Contracts without Our prior written consent;

9.1.5 that Your Chosen Energy Contract will commence (i.e., the supply of energy to You will start (“Go

Live”)), run their full course and will not be cancelled, terminated, assigned to a third party, or otherwise

transferred away from You or Your Chosen Energy Supplier without Our prior written consent; and

9.1.6 to immediately inform Us of any change in Your circumstances, or business; which may affect the

provision of the Broker Services, or the fulfilment of any Energy Supply Contract.

9.2 You acknowledge that We do not independently verify the information that You provide to Us and We

will rely on the information provided by You. It is Your responsibility to ensure that the information

provided to Us is accurate and up-to-date.

9.3 If Our performance of any of Our obligations under Our Contract is impacted, prevented or delayed by

any act or omission by You or failure by You to perform any relevant obligation (“Your Default”):

9.3.1 without limiting or affecting any other right or remedy available to it, We shall have the right to

suspend performance of the Broker Services and/or the CCL/VAT Service until You remedy Your Default,

and to rely on Your Default to relieve Us from the performance of any of Our obligations in each case to the

extent Your Default prevents or delays Us, or Your Chosen Energy Supplier’s performance of any of its

obligations;

9.3.2 We shall not be liable for any costs or losses sustained or incurred by You arising directly or indirectly

from Our, or the Energy Supplier’s failure or delay in performing any of Our or their obligations as a result of

Your Default; and

9.3.3 You shall reimburse Us on written demand for any costs or losses sustained or incurred by Us arising

directly or indirectly from Your Default.

9.4 You acknowledges that by entering into Your Chosen Energy Contract with Your Chosen Energy

Supplier, You are contracting directly with the Energy Supplier in this respect, and not with Us. As such,

You agree that We are not liable in relation to any transactions, dealings, or arrangements made between You

and the Energy Supplier, and that any such transactions, dealings, or arrangements (including any payment

obligations) are Your sole responsibility.

 

10 Our Liability

 

10.1 This clause 10 sets out Our entire financial liability (including any liability for the acts or omissions of

Our employees, agents and sub-contractors) to You in respect of any use made by You or any of Your

employees or agents of Our Broker Services and/or the CCL/VAT Service; in respect of any Energy Contract

agreed by You with Your Chosen Energy Supplier; and any representation, statement or tortious act or

omission (including negligence) arising under or in connection with Our Contract or Your Energy Contract.

 

10.2 Nothing in these Terms limits or excludes Our liability for death or personal injury resulting from Our

negligence; or for any damage or liability incurred by You as a result of Our fraud or fraudulent

misrepresentation; or for any liability which cannot be excluded as a matter of law.

 

10.3 Except as set out in these Terms all warranties, conditions and other terms implied by statute or common

law are, to the fullest extent permitted by law, excluded from Our Contract.

 

10.4 Subject to clause 10.2:

 

10.4.1 We shall not be liable for loss of profits; or loss of business; or depletion of goodwill and/or similar

losses; or loss of anticipated savings; or loss of goods; or loss of contract; or loss of use; or loss of corruption

of data or information; or any special, indirect, consequential or pure economic loss, costs, damages, charges

or expenses;

 

10.4.2 We shall not be liable for and have no liability to You whatsoever in respect of the Energy Contract in

place with Your Chosen Energy Supplier; and

 

10.4.3 Our total liability in contract, tort (including negligence or breach of statutory duty), equity,

misrepresentation or otherwise shall be limited to the Commission We actually receive or are due to receive

from Your Chosen Energy Supplier, whichever is the lesser.

 

10.4.4 10.4.4 Our total liability in contract, tort (including negligence or breach of statutory duty), equity,

misrepresentation or otherwise shall be limited in relation to the CCL/VAT Service to the CCL/VAT Service

Fee.

 

11 Termination

 

11.1 When You have entered into an Energy Contract You will not be able to enter into another contract with

another Energy Supplier or terminate Your Energy Contract. If You do this, irrespective if the Energy

Contract has a “live status”:

 

11.1.1 You acknowledge and agree that Your Chosen Energy Supplier may charge You termination fees in

accordance with the terms and conditions in Your Energy Contract; and

11.1.2 You agree that We may retain any Commission We have received from the Chosen Energy Supplier

as this relates to the work already carried out by Us as part of Our Broker Services. You will not be entitled

to recover this Commission from the Energy Supplier or Us; and

 

11.1.3 We may charge You the Commission as described in clause 7.5 if this has not been received by Us and

You shall pay to Us such amount within 30 days of the date of Our invoice.

 

11.2 You agree to indemnify, keep indemnified, defend, and hold Us and each of Our respective officers,

directors, employees, owners, agents, suppliers, contractors, partners, information providers, and licensors

harmless from and against any and all claims, damages, liability, demands, losses, costs, and expenses

(including legal fees) (whether or not foreseeable or avoidable) incurred or suffered by any of such parties

and any claims or legal proceedings which are brought or threatened arising out of or in connection with

Your use or conduct in relation to the Broker Services and/or the CCL/VAT Service, any transactions,

dealings, or arrangements made with any third party including any Energy Supplier as a result of using the

Broker Services and/or the CCL/VAT Service or any breach of any of the provisions of these Terms or of any

law or the rights of any third party.

 

11.3 On termination of Our Contract You shall immediately pay to Us any sums which are payable in

accordance with these Terms and outstanding at the date of termination.

 

12 Data Protection

 

12.1 Both parties will comply with all applicable requirements of the Data Protection Legislation. This clause 11 is in addition to, and does not relieve, remove or replace, a party’s obligations or rights under the Data Protection Legislation.

 

12.2 The parties acknowledge that for the purposes of the Data Protection Legislation, You are the controller

and We are the processor.

 

12.3 You acknowledge that any additional data relating to the Energy Contract may be accessed and

processed until three months after the Energy Contract has ended.

 

12.4 You acknowledge that We, once authorised to do so by You by signing the Letter of Authority One,

may:

12.4.1 gather Your data (both commercial and incidental personal data as the case may be) from You and

from third party suppliers, including but not limited to organisations such as Transco for gas usage or the D19

flows for electricity, subject to strict permissions and guidelines;

 

12.4.2 share the Your data (both commercial and incidental personal data) with the Energy Suppliers and,

more specifically, with Your Chosen Energy Supplier, which may require Us to share the right to process

Your data. You consent to such sharing of that data, as the case may be; and

 

12.4.3 process Your data for Our internal research and development purposes.

 

12.5 We will store Your data anonymised as necessary for the purposes set out in clause 12.4.

 

13 General provisions

 

13.1 We shall have no liability to You under the Contract if We are prevented from or delayed in performing

any of Our obligations under the Contract or from carrying on Our business by acts, events, omissions or

accidents beyond Our reasonable control, including without limitation failure of a utility service or transport

network, act of terrorism, civil commotion, malicious damage, compliance with any law or governmental

order, rule, regulation or direction, fire, flood, storm, extreme adverse weather conditions or any other act of

God.

 

13.2 Failure or delay of a party to exercise or enforce any right under Our Contract shall not be deemed to be

a waiver of that right or any other right, nor operate to bar exercise or enforcement of it or any other right at

any time or times thereafter.

13.3 Each party warrants to the other that Our Contract constitutes the entire agreement and understanding

between the parties and supersedes any previous agreement between them relating to the matters contained in

Our Contract. Further, in entering into Our Contract, it does not rely on any statement, representation,

assurance, promise or warranty of any person other than as expressly set out in these Terms. Neither party

excludes its liability for fraudulent misrepresentation.

13.4 Our Contract shall be governed by English law and the courts of England shall have exclusive

jurisdiction to settle any disputes which may arise out of or in connection with Our Contract.

13.5 If any court or competent authority finds that any provision of these Terms (or part of any provision) is

invalid, illegal or unenforceable, that provision or part-provision shall, to the extent required, be deemed to

be deleted, and the validity and enforceability of the other provisions of these Terms shall not be affected. If

any invalid, unenforceable or illegal provision of these Terms would be valid, enforceable and legal if some

part of it were deleted, the parties shall negotiate in good faith to amend such provision such that, as

amended, it is legal, valid and enforceable, and, to the greatest extent possible, achieves the parties’ original commercial intention.

13.6 If you are unhappy with any of the terms within these Terms, please do not sign.

13.7 If you are unhappy with the Energy Contract being presented, please do not sign the Energy Contract.

13.8 If you are unhappy with the Letter of Authorization, please do not sign the Letter of Authorization.

14 Questions

14.1 If You have any further questions or queries about these Terms please contact Lee Doyle, admin@energymadesimple.co.uk, 0191 389 7312.https://romaneascafarmacie24.com/