General Terms and Conditions for ITI/IMD online Dental Practice Management course

General Provisions

By completing the electronic (online) registration or registering by other means for a course (“Course”) organized and/or promoted by the ITI Foundation (“ITI”; a foundation under Swiss law), a contract (“Contract”) between the participant and the ITI/Course Organizer is concluded. Such contract is subject to the present General Terms and Conditions (“GTC”). By completing the electronic (online) registration or registering by other means, the participant confirms knowledge and acceptance of the GTC.

Liability Disclaimer

Alteration of Program

The course program is correct at the time of publication by the ITI. The ITI reserves the right to alter or delete items on the program, its schedule and other aspects of its organization at its sole discretion and without advance notice. Further, the ITI reserves the right to postpone or cancel the Course. The ITI, the management or organizers and third parties that may be involved in running the Course shall not be liable, whether in contract or in tort, for any direct, indirect, incidental or consequential damage, loss of profit or any inconvenience a participant may incur as a result of such alterations, deletions, postponement or cancellation.

Breach of Contract and Liability

Any liability, whether in contract or in tort, of the ITI, the management or organizers and third parties that may be involved in running the Course shall be excluded to the extent permitted by the applicable laws. In particular, any liability, whether in contract or in tort, shall be excluded in the case of minor or medium negligence. The ITI, the management or organizers and third parties that may be involved in running the Course shall in no way be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental or consequential damage, loss of profit or any inconvenience a participant may incur as a result of non-performance or improper performance of the Contract.

Data Collection

The ITI and/or the Course organizer handle all personal data according to prevailing laws. To register for the Course, it is necessary to collect, save and process your personal data. Information gathered at Course registration will only be used for the purposes of planning and conducting the Course and will only be passed on to third parties that are directly involved with the running of the Course and only if the organizational procedure makes it necessary (e.g. knowledge partner IMD). The ITI will provide information of other similar events and courses unless consent is withheld during registration.

Cancellation of Participation

  • The deposit of CHF 500 to be paid at registration is non-refundable.
  •  Cancellations must be sent in writing to the Course registration office (contacts to be found on the Course website).
  •  Refunds of the remaining amount (registration fee minus deposit) will be issued as follows:
  •  Cancellations received by

 > 90 days prior to the first course day:           50% refund (registration fee minus deposit)

< 90 days prior to the first course day:          No refund will be issued

 Registrations can be transferred to a different person until 30 days prior to the first course day. To do so, please contact the course registration office.  An administration fee of 15% of the registration fee will apply.

Miscellaneous

In the case of inconsistencies between different language versions of these GTC, the English version shall prevail.

 Should one or more of the above provisions be or become invalid, this shall not affect the validity of the remaining provisions. The parties shall replace the invalid provision by a valid provision that comes as close as possible to the intended economic purpose of the invalid provision. The same shall also apply to any contractual gaps.

Governing Law and Jurisdiction

The relationship between the participant and the ITI shall be governed exclusively by the substantive laws of Switzerland to the exclusion of conflict of law provisions. The applicability of the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods of April 11, 1980 (Vienna Sales Convention) is expressly excluded.

 The courts at the seat of the ITI Foundation in Basel-Stadt shall have exclusive jurisdiction in the case of any dispute between the participant and the ITI.

 Should one or more of the above provisions be or become invalid, this does not affect the validity of the remaining provisions. The parties will replace the invalid provision with a valid provision that comes as close as possible to the intended economic purpose of the invalid provision. The same also applies to any contractual gaps.

 

Status September 2020