Terms and conditions
1. Applicability and definitions
1.1. These general terms and conditions apply to every offer and every agreement that is concluded between ‘Stichting Justitia’ (hereafter referred to as: “Justitia”) and the person who orders/buys an admission ticket for an event organised by Justitia (hereafter referred to as: the “Visitor”).
1.2. For the purposes of these general terms and conditions, ‘Event’ means: (musical) performances and/or other events in the broadest sense of the word. This at least includes the events organised by Justitia on 7 October to 10 October May 2020, including the A’DAM Tower and het Sieraad in Amsterdam.
1.3. For the purposes of these general terms and conditions, ‘Location’ means: any place where the Event is held as well as all the grounds, spaces, fields, etc. surrounding it, which form part of the complex in which the Event takes place.
1.4. For the purposes of these general terms and conditions, ‘Admission Ticket’ means: the ticket put into circulation by Justitia or a third party engaged by Justitia, giving access to an Event organised by Justitia.
2. Conclusion of the agreement/access tickets
2.1. The agreement between Justitia and the Visitor concerning the visit to an Event is concluded when the Visitor orders an admission ticket for the Event from Justitia, i.e. after completing and sending the application form.
2.2. The Admission Ticket may consist of a document provided by or on behalf of Justitia or a barcode provided by or on behalf of Justitia. The barcode is a unique code.
2.3. The Admission Ticket is issued once and gives access to one person. Justitia reserves the right to set a maximum number of tickets to be ordered, and the Visitor is then obliged to comply with the maximum set by Justitia.
2.4. The Visitor is not permitted to resell the Admission Ticket for an Event to third parties in any way and/or to provide it to third parties for commercial purposes.
2.5. Entrance tickets cannot be returned. The provisions of Article 6:230p(e) of the Dutch Civil Code apply to Admission Tickets.
3. Other obligations of the visitor
3.1. The Visitor is obliged to cooperate with a search prior to (insofar as the Visitor is at the venue of the Event) and during the visit to the Event if requested to do so.
3.2. The Visitor must be in possession of a valid and undamaged Admission Ticket. If, after entering the venue where the Event is taking place, the Visitor leaves this venue, the Admission Ticket will lose its validity.
3.3. It is forbidden to bring glassware, plastic bottles, cans, fireworks, (fire)-weapons and/or dangerous objects and/or alcoholic beverages and/or narcotics to the Location where the Event takes place. If Justitia takes such objects into custody for the duration of the event, it accepts no liability whatsoever in this respect. Legally prohibited items will be confiscated and will not be returned.
3.4. The Visitor must refrain from inflicting any damage on the Location where the Event is being held, as well as any goods and/or persons present there, in the broadest sense of the word.
3.5. The Visitor is obligated to comply with the regulations (including house rules) and/or instructions issued by Justitia, the proprietors of the venue where the Event is being held, the security staff (security), the fire brigade and other authorised persons.
3.6. The Visitor is prohibited from smoking (including electronic smoking) indoors at any of Justitia’s Events. Any fines imposed on Justitia in connection with violation of the smoking ban will be recovered from the offending Visitor.
4. Rights of Justitia
4.1. In the event of a Visitor violating one or more of the provisions of these general terms and Conditions, Justitia will be entitled to invalidate the Admission Ticket or deny the cisitor (further) access to the Event without the Visitor being entitled to a refund of the amount paid to Justitia for the Admission Ticket. Holders of invalidated Admission Tickets are not entitled to a refund or compensation otherwise.
4.2. Justitia reserves the right to deny the Visitor (further) access to the Event or to remove him/her from the Location where the Event takes place if Justitia deems this reasonably necessary to maintain peace and order during the Event.
4.3. Any damage within the meaning of Article 3.4 of these general terms and conditions will be recovered from the Visitor. The Visitor shall indemnify Justitia against claims from third parties for any damage caused by the Visitor as described in Article 3.4 of the General Terms and Conditions.
4.4. The artists performing at the Event and Justitia are entitled to make image and/or sound recordings of the Event (or have them made) and to use these images for promotional purposes for themselves or for the benefit of their partners or sponsors. Persons appearing in the recordings are not entitled to any compensation.
5. Liability of Justitia
5.1. Entering the Location where the Event takes place and attending the Event is done by the Visitor at his/her own risk, in the sense that Justitia accepts no liability whatsoever for damage caused by entering or attending the Event, such as hearing, sight and other physical disorders.
5.2. Justitia is only liable for direct damage suffered by the Visitor that are the direct and exclusive result of a shortcoming attributable to Justitia. However, only damage for which Justitia is insured and which is compensated by the insurer is eligible for compensation. Not eligible for reimbursement are:
a) consequential damage;
b) non-material damage;
c) damage caused by intent or deliberate recklessness on the part of assistants of Justitia;
d) damage to or loss of property left by a Visitor in a cloakroom.
6. Personal data
6.1. Justitia processes visitors’ personal data in accordance with its privacy statement and in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation. The aforementioned privacy statement is available via https://stichtingjustitia.nl/en/privacy-statement/.
7. Final provisions
7.1. These general terms and conditions and any agreement that exists between the Visitor and Justitia, as well as any other legal relationship between Justitia and the Visitor resulting therefrom, shall be governed by Dutch law.
7.2. All disputes that may arise as a result of the agreement between Justitia and the Visitor, or any agreement or legal relationship that may result therefrom, shall be settled exclusively by the competent court in Amsterdam. Justitia shall at all times be authorised to designate another legally competent court.