Terms and Conditions 1. These conditions shall apply to all advertisements accepted for publication. 2. All advertisements are accepted subject to the Publisher's approval of the copy and to space being available in the issue required. 3. The Publisher reserves the right to omit or suspend an advertisement at any time for good reason, in which case no claim on the part of any Advertiser for damages or breach of contract shall be accepted. Should an advertisement not appear due to the act or default of the Advertiser or his Servants or Agents, then the space reserved for the advertisement shall be paid for in full, notwithstanding that the advertisement has not appeared. 4. Every care is taken to avoid mistakes but the Publisher cannot accept liability for any errors due to third parties, subcontractors, or inaccurate or ambiguous copy instructions. 5. The Advertiser warrants that the advertisement does not contravene any Act of Parliament in the UK, or in any other country, nor is it in any other was illegal or defamatory, or an infringement of any other party's' rights, or an infringement of the British Code of Advertising Practice. 6. If any claim arises against the Publisher as a result of an advertisement, the Advertiser will be fully liable to indemnify the Publisher. 7. Advertisement rates may be revised at any time. Orders are accepted on the condition that the price binds the Publisher only in respect of the next issue to go to press. In the event of a rate increase, the Advertiser will have the option to cancel the remainder of the order without surcharge, or continue the order at the revised advertisement rates. 8. If the Advertiser cancels the balance of a contract, except in the circumstances set out in Clause 7 above, then the Publisher has the right to surcharge previous advertisements in the series where series discount had been applied. 9. Series discounts apply only to orders placed in advance and completed within one year of the date of the first insertion. The Publisher reserves the right to surcharge in the event of insertions not being completed within the contractual period. 10. Institute of Brewing & Distilling terms are strictly thirty days from date of invoice. The Publisher reserves the right to charge interest on monies outstanding after this date at 1% over Barclays Bank minimum lending rate, to be charged monthly. Unpaid accounts referred to a third party for recovery will incur collection costs. 11. Charges may be made to the Advertiser or his Agents where the Printers are involved in extra production working owing to acts or defaults of the Advertiser or his Agent. 12. The Advertiser in advance of insertion for the Publisher's approval must supply samples of inserts. If inserts are not delivered to the Printer in accordance with the Publisher's instructions, the Publisher reserves the right to charge the insertion rate agreed. 13. Cancellation or suspension of an advertisement must be received in writing to Wiley in accordance with the rate card cancellation terms. Cancellations received without sufficient notice will be charged in full. 14. The Advertiser or his Agent without application from the Publisher must supply copy to Wiley. If the copy instructions are not received by the agreed copy date the Publisher reserves the right to repeat the most appropriate copy. 15. Proofs will be supplied where copy is submitted for setting by the Publisher, providing it is received by the quoted copy date. Proofs will not be supplied for advertisement copy supplied as complete artwork or film unless specifically requested. 16. Advertisers' property, artwork, film etc. are held at owners' risk and should be insured by them against loss or damage from whatever cause. The Publisher reserves the right to destroy all artwork and film which has been in his custody for twelve months from the date of its last appearance. 17. For the purpose of these conditions, the term "Advertiser" shall refer to the Advertiser or his Agent, whichever is the principal. The term "Advertisement" shall refer to all paid communications, including on the page advertisements, and loose and bound inserts. 18. These conditions and all other express terms of the contract shall be governed and construed in accordance with the laws of England.