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PROPERTY LAUNCHPAD TERM & CONDTIONS

Thank you for choosing Property Launchpad from Talking Houses Nationwide Ltd (the “Company”), company number 15228806, for your property investment mentorship needs. To ensure clarity and accountability in our business relationship, the following terms and conditions govern the provision of our mentorship programme. These terms and conditions, referred to herein as the “Agreement,” are legally binding. By making a payment for our services, you, as the “Client,” acknowledge and agree to be bound by the terms of this Agreement in their entirety.

The Company, Property Launchpad, is dedicated to providing comprehensive support and guidance to help clients navigate the property investment landscape effectively. However, Clients must familiarise themselves with the terms and conditions outlined herein to understand their rights and responsibilities as participants in our mentorship programme.

For the purposes of this Agreement, the Company and the Client shall collectively be referred to as the “Parties,” and individually as a “Party.”

BACKGROUND

A. The Company Talking Houses Nationwide Ltd. operates an online mentorship programme known as Property Launchpad, designed to provide training and mentorship in property investment strategies.

B. The Client desires to participate in the Property Launchpad mentorship programme and to access the training materials, weekly training sessions, tools and resources, and mentorship opportunities provided by the Company.

C. The parties desire to enter into this Agreement to set forth the terms and conditions governing the Client’s access to and use of the Property Launchpad mentorship programme provided by the Company.

NOW THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual covenants and agreements set forth herein, and for other good and valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which are hereby acknowledged, the Parties agree as follows:

1. Platform Details:

1.1 The property investment e-learning platform is referred to as “Property Launchpad” as aforementioned in the section “Background” above. Property Launchpad is hosted on the Skool.com website (“Platform”).

1.2 Skool.com serves as a comprehensive online platform where businesses can host a variety of products, services, and business activities. Property Launchpad, specifically tailored for property investment education, is one such offering available on Skool.com.

2. Mentorship Content and Structure:

2.1 As part of the programme, the Company shall provide the Client with the following:

2.1.2 BRRR Training Programme: The Company shall provide the Client with exclusive access to an extensive 9-week training programme focused on the Buy, Refurb, Rent, Refinance (BRRR) property investment strategy. The BRRR training programme is meticulously designed to equip the Client with a comprehensive understanding of the BRRR strategy, covering fundamental principles, practical applications, and advanced techniques. Throughout the programme, the Client shall have access to a curated collection of 85+ classes comprising both theoretical and practical modules. These classes, collectively spanning over 24 hours of instructional content, are designed to cater to individuals at various stages of their property investment journey, from novice investors to seasoned professionals.

2.1.3 Weekly Coaching Sessions: Besides the BRRR training programme, the Client shall benefit from live group weekly coaching sessions facilitated by mentors Vijay Singh, Michael Massey, and Shaun Coad. These coaching sessions provide the Client with personalised guidance, mentorship, and support tailored to their individual needs and objectives in property investment. During the coaching sessions, the Client shall be able to engage directly with the mentors, seek advice, ask questions, and receive feedback on their investment strategies and decisions. The sessions shall be recorded for the Client’s convenience or if they cannot attend. The Client may utilise such recordings as necessary.

2.1.4 Community Access: The Client shall gain access to the Platform’s exclusive ‘community’ feature, which serves as a virtual hub for property investors to connect, collaborate, and share insights. Within the ‘community,’ the Client can participate in discussions, share experiences, exchange ideas, and network with like-minded individuals in the property investment community.

2.1.5 Quarterly In-Person Workshops: As part of the mentorship programme, the Client shall be invited to attend quarterly 1-day in-person workshops conducted by mentors Vijay Singh, Michael Massey, and Shaun Coad. These group workshops provide the Client valuable opportunities for in-depth learning, networking, and professional development.

2.1.6 Access to Templates and Resources: As a participant in the mentorship programme, the Client shall be granted access to a comprehensive library of templates and resources to support their property investment endeavours. The Client is authorised to utilise these templates and resources for personal use within the scope of their property investment activities.

 

3. Client Registration and Account Information:

3.1 The Client acknowledges and agrees that individuals accessing the Platform must complete a registration process to obtain access.

3.2 The Company shall request the following information from individuals seeking to register for access to the Platform: their first name, last name, email address, and creation of a secure password.

3.3 The Client acknowledges that by providing this information, individuals consent to the Company’s collection and processing of their personal data for registration and account management.

3.4 The Company shall implement measures to verify and secure user accounts within the Platform. Upon completion of the registration process, individuals shall receive an invitation from the Company granting them access to the Property Launchpad platform.

3.5 The Client understands and agrees that access to the Platform shall be restricted to registered users only. The Company shall maintain control over account authentication processes to safeguard the security and integrity of user accounts and the Platform.

3.6 The Client further acknowledges that users shall be required to comply with any additional security measures or authentication protocols implemented by the Company to protect against unauthorised access and ensure the confidentiality of user information.

4. Payment and Billing:

4.1 The Client agrees to pay the Company a one-time fee of £3995 (“Payment Amount”) to access the mentorship programme described in this Agreement.

4.2 Payment of the Payment Amount shall be made by the Client via credit/debit card, PayPal, bank transfer, Apple Pay, Google Pay, or Klarna (if applicable). The Client shall select their preferred payment method and ensure payment is made in full upon registration for the mentorship programme. The Company reserves the right to suspend or terminate the Client’s access to the mentorship programme in case of non-payment or delayed payment.

4.3 Upon receipt of the Payment Amount, the Company shall provide the Client with payment confirmation and access to the mentorship programme.

4.4 The Payment Amount includes the appropriate value-added tax (VAT) rate of 20%.

5. No Refunds:

5.1 The Company understands the importance of providing high-quality services to its clients and is committed to delivering valuable mentorship experiences through the mentorship programme. In line with this commitment, the Company does not issue refunds for payments made by the Client for access to the mentorship programme, as outlined in Clause 4 above.

5.2 Instead of refunds, the Company offers the Client a comprehensive guarantee, as Clause 6 of this Agreement stipulates. This guarantee is designed to assure the Client of quality, effectiveness, and satisfaction with the mentorship programme. The Company believes that the guarantee outlined in Clause 6 reflects its confidence in the mentorship programme’s ability to meet the needs and expectations of its clients.

5.3 In addition to the refund policy outlined above, both parties acknowledge that the Client may have statutory rights to a refund under UK law. According to the Consumer Rights Act 2015, consumers are entitled to a refund if the goods or services provided are not of satisfactory quality, not fit for purpose, or not as described. Furthermore, under the Consumer Contracts Regulations 2013, the Client may have a right to cancel this Agreement within a fourteen-day cooling-off period and receive a full refund. The Company agrees to comply with any statutory refund obligations imposed by UK law, provided that the Client fulfils the criteria outlined in the applicable legislation. Any claims for statutory refunds must be made under the procedures outlined in the relevant legislation.

6. Provision of Mentorship Services:

6.1 The Client acknowledges that the Company does not provide 1:1 access to the mentors, such as calls, emails, or training sessions. Mentorship under the programme consists of 85+ classes, group weekly training sessions, community support, and group one-day workshops, as stipulated in Clause 2 above. The Client understands and accepts this format, recognising the absence of individualised 1:1 mentorship.

7. Company Warranty and Guarantee:

7.1 The Company warrants that it will provide comprehensive support and guidance to the Client throughout the mentorship programme under the Property Launchpad platform. Specifically, the Company warrants that it will assist the Client in purchasing their first profitable property within the initial six months of the mentorship programme.

7.2 In the event that the Client does not acquire their first profitable property within the first six months of the mentorship programme, the Company offers the following guarantee:

7.2.1 The Company guarantees to provide the Client with an additional six months of participation in the mentorship programme free of charge.

7.2.2 During this extended period, the Company will continue to provide dedicated support and guidance to the Client, with the specific objective of assisting them in acquiring their first profitable property. The Client will also have access to all support and resources as stipulated in Clause 2.

8. Guarantee Eligibility:

8.1 The Company’s guarantee is contingent upon the Client’s strict adherence to the terms and conditions meticulously outlined in the mentorship programme. These terms and conditions encompass various aspects of the Client’s participation in the programme and include, but are not limited to, active engagement in the learning process, attendance of scheduled sessions, completion of assigned tasks, and adherence to programme guidelines and directives provided by the Company. Specifically, the Client must have completed 100% of the 9-week foundational training, attended at least 2 coaching sessions per month for the 6-month period, and participated in at least 1 quarterly 1-day in-person workshop.

8.2 Active participation and engagement in the learning process are fundamental requirements for the Client’s successful progression and attainment of the programme’s objectives. This entails the Client’s commitment to fully immerse themselves in the educational content, actively participate in discussions, seek clarification on concepts when necessary, and diligently apply the knowledge and skills acquired during the programme to their property investment endeavours.

8.3 It is imperative that the Client consistently demonstrates a proactive approach to their learning journey throughout the initial six-month period of the mentorship programme. Failure to fulfil these obligations, including but not limited to non-attendance of scheduled sessions, lack of engagement in discussions, failure to complete assigned tasks, or disregard for programme guidelines, may result in the Client being deemed ineligible for the guarantee specified in Clause 6.2.1 above.

8.4 The Company reserves the right to assess the Client’s compliance with the terms and conditions of the mentorship programme and determine eligibility for the guarantee on a case-by-case basis. Any determination of ineligibility shall be made at the Company’s sole discretion, considering the Client’s level of engagement, commitment, and overall contribution to the programme.

9. Intellectual Property Rights:

9.1 All course content, materials, and intellectual property provided through the mentorship programme are and shall remain the Company’s exclusive property. This includes, but is not limited to, written materials, presentations, audio recordings, video content, proprietary methodologies, and any other materials developed or provided by the Company in connection with the mentorship programme.

9.2 The Client acknowledges and agrees that they are not granted any usage rights, licences, or ownership interests in the course materials or intellectual property owned by the Company. The Client shall only have the limited right to access and use the training materials to participate in the mentorship programme under the terms and conditions of this Agreement.

9.3 The Client agrees not to share, distribute, reproduce, modify, adapt, translate, or create derivative works based on any training content or materials provided by the Company, in whole or in part, without the Company’s prior written consent. The Client further agrees not to disclose or make available any training materials to any third party without the express authorisation of the Company.

9.4 The Client acknowledges and agrees that the training materials provided by the Company may contain confidential and proprietary information. The Client shall maintain the confidentiality of such information and shall not disclose, disseminate, or use such information for any purpose other than participating in the mentorship programme.

9.5 The Company reserves the right to enforce its ownership rights and intellectual property protections to the fullest extent permitted by law. In the event of any unauthorised use or infringement of the Company’s intellectual property rights, the Company may pursue all available legal remedies, including but not limited to seeking injunctive relief, damages, and/or termination of the Client’s access to the mentorship programme.

10. Client Responsibilities and Conduct:

10.1 The Client acknowledges and agrees to fulfil the following responsibilities throughout their participation in the mentorship programme:

10.1.1 Active Participation: The Client shall actively engage in all aspects of the mentorship programme, including attending scheduled training sessions, completing assigned tasks and activities, and actively participating in discussions and learning activities.

10.1.2 Compliance with Programme Guidelines: The Client shall adhere to all the Company’s guidelines, instructions, and directives with the mentorship programme. This includes but is not limited to compliance with session schedules, submission deadlines, and programme requirements.

10.1.3 Professional Conduct: The Client shall professionally conduct themselves during their participation in the mentorship programme. This includes treating mentors, fellow participants, and Company staff with respect, courtesy, and professionalism and refraining from harassment, discrimination, or disruptive behaviour.

10.2 The Client agrees to refrain from engaging in the following prohibited activities during their participation in the mentorship programme:

10.2.1 Harassment: The Client shall not engage in any form of harassment, bullying, or intimidation towards mentors, fellow participants, or Company staff. This includes but is not limited to verbal, physical, or online harassment, discriminatory behaviour, or creating a hostile environment for others.

10.2.2 Copyright Infringement: The Client shall not infringe upon the intellectual property rights of the Company or any third party. This includes but is not limited to unauthorised copying, distribution, or reproduction of course materials, proprietary content, or copyrighted works.

10.2.3 Misuse of Resources: The Client shall not misuse or abuse any resources, tools, or facilities the Company provides for the mentorship programme. This includes but is not limited to unauthorised access to digital platforms, sharing login credentials, or using resources other than the Company’s intended purposes.

10.3 The Company reserves the right to take appropriate action in case of violating the Client’s responsibilities or prohibited activities outlined in this clause. Such actions may include but are not limited to warning the Client, suspending or terminating their participation in the mentorship programme, and pursuing legal remedies as necessary.

10.4 The Company shall exercise its discretion in determining the appropriate course of action based on the severity and nature of the violation, considering the best interests of all participants and the integrity of the mentorship programme.

11. Dispute Resolution:

11.1 In the event of any dispute, controversy, or claim arising out of or relating to this Agreement, the Parties shall first attempt to resolve the dispute amicably through good faith negotiations. Each Party shall appoint a designated representative to engage in such negotiations promptly upon written notice from the other Party.

11.2 If the Parties cannot resolve the dispute through good faith negotiations within thirty (30) days from the initiation of negotiations, the Parties shall submit the dispute to binding arbitration per the rules of the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA). The arbitration shall be conducted by a single arbitrator appointed by the LCIA rules. The arbitration will take place in London, United Kingdom. The arbitrator’s decision shall be final and binding upon the Parties and may be enforced in any court of competent jurisdiction. The Parties agree to abide by and comply with the arbitration award without delay.

11.3 The costs and expenses of the arbitration, including the arbitrator’s fees, shall be borne equally by the Parties unless otherwise determined by the arbitrator in the arbitration award.

11.4 The Parties may seek interim measures of protection from the arbitral tribunal, including injunctive relief or specific performance, to preserve their rights and interests pending dispute resolution.

11.5 All proceedings and documents related to the arbitration shall be treated as confidential. They shall not be disclosed to any third party without the Parties’ prior written consent, except to the extent necessary for the enforcement of the arbitration award or as required by law.

12. General

12.1 Governing Law: This Agreement and any dispute or claim arising out of or in connection with it shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of England and Wales.

12.2 Entire Agreement: This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement between the Parties with respect to the subject matter hereof and supersedes all prior agreements, understandings, and arrangements, whether oral or written, relating to such subject matter.

12.3 Severability: If any provision of this Agreement is held invalid or unenforceable, the remaining provisions shall remain in full force and effect to the fullest extent permitted by law.

12.4 Notices: Any notice or communication required or permitted under this Agreement shall be in writing and deemed to have been duly given if delivered personally, sent by registered post, or transmitted by email to the Parties at their respective addresses specified herein.

12.5 Force Majeure: Neither Party shall be liable for any failure or delay in performing its obligations under this Agreement to the extent that such failure or delay is caused by circumstances beyond its reasonable control, including but not limited to acts of God, war, terrorism, civil unrest, strikes, labour disputes, fire, flood, or natural disasters.

12.6 Amendments: No amendment, modification, or waiver of any provision of this Agreement shall be effective unless in writing and signed by both Parties.

12.7 Waiver: The failure of either Party to enforce any provision of this Agreement shall not constitute a waiver of such provision or any other provision, nor shall any waiver be deemed a waiver of any subsequent breach or default.

12.8 Third Parties: A person who is not a party to this Agreement shall have no rights under the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 to enforce any term of this Agreement.

12.9 Counterparts: This Agreement may be executed in counterparts, each of which shall be deemed an original, but all of which together shall constitute the same

12.10 Headings: The headings in this Agreement are for convenience only and shall not affect the interpretation of this Agreement.

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