We can sell or transfer our rights and obligations under the agreement at any time as long as this does not significantly affect your rights under the agreement. You cannot transfer your rights and obligations under the agreement without our permission in writing.
To find out how we will use any personal data you share with us, please read our privacy statement on the website.
We can share your personal information with our agents, associated organisations and contractors for legal, personnel, administrative, management and other purposes relating to membership and the agreement.
You must stop using the facilities, or not start using the facilities, when specified by us. We can refuse to let you use the facilities and order you to leave the club.
The agreement replaces all previous agreements, arrangements and commitments between you and us. You confirm that you have not entered into the agreement based on any assurance that is not stated in any of the documents making up the agreement.
We will have no liability to you under the agreement if we are prevented from, or delayed in, meeting our obligations under the agreement because of events beyond our reasonable control, including strikes, extreme weather conditions, equipment breaking down, the power supply failing and necessary repairs or health or safety concerns.
From time to time we may change the facilities or access to them, without giving notice, in order to meet any legal or regulatory requirements (as long as the changes do not affect the type of service provided).
We can change all or any of these conditions and the terms and conditions of membership, including introducing reasonable extra charges for services or facilities, if this is reasonably necessary to continue providing services or facilities. We do not need to give you notice of such changes.
If any condition of the agreement cannot be enforced, it will not apply. This will not affect the rest of the agreement.
Nobody other than you and us can enforce any rights under the agreement.
In connection with the agreement, you and we agree to keep to, and to each other keeping to, the Bribery Act 2010, the Modern Slavery Act 2015, the Equality Act 2010, the Counter-Terrorism and Security Act 2015 and the University’s Code of Practice on Freedom of Speech on Campus (as amended from time to time) and all related laws, regulations and codes.
Any disputes relating to the agreement must first be handled under the complaints policy and appeals policy set out in clause 15. After those procedures have been followed, you and we will try to settle any remaining dispute by mediation, in line with the Centre for Dispute Resolution Model Mediation Procedure. The mediation will take place in Birmingham. You can find out more about the Centre for Dispute Resolution Model Mediation Procedure from the website at www.cedr.com.
Any legal notices must be addressed to the Registrar and Secretary’s Office, University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 2TT.
The agreement will be governed by the laws of England.