Under the Consumer Protection (Distance Selling) Regulations 2000 (hereinafter referred to as "the Distance Selling Regulations"), you as a consumer are entitled to cancel your contract with us within 14 days of agreeing its terms. These Terms and Conditions will form the basis of any such contract. By making a provisional booking, you are deemed to have agreed to these Terms and Conditions and therefore to the terms of the contract between you and us. Such contract will be deemed to have been concluded as at the time of you submitting your provisional booking. We will hold a provisional booking for 14 days without obligation. You are free to cancel the contract at any point during this 14 day period without incurring any charge. In order to confirm your booking payment in full for Anvil Hall wedding venue by you will constitute your agreement for our service under the contract to commence, and such payment will therefore bring to an end your right to cancel under the Distance Selling Regulations, in terms of Regulation 13(1)(a) thereof. If no payment is received by the end of the 14 day period, the booking will automatically be released.
Deposit for your hotel package must be paid to the hotel - other services you require (Car Hire, Scottish Piper, Flowers, Photographer etc) must be paid 6 weeks before the wedding date.
3 months before the wedding date, the wedding can be postponed to a later time to suit the couple and no money will be lost from Anvil Hall wedding venue. There is a no refund for cancellation of your wedding at Anvil Hall.
Anvil Hall are not responsible for Hotel Accommodation, Meals, Drink Complaints. Anvil Hall are not responsible for Car Hire, Scottish Piper, Flowers, Photographer and any other services booked for you for your wedding. You must make any complaints directly to the service provider.
These forms are legally required to be completed by the bride and groom and returned to The Registrar. In accordance with Section 6(4)(a)(i) of the Marriage (Scotland) Act 1977, The Registrar cannot issue a Marriage Schedule within 14 days of you submitting the Marriage Notice Forms (this is known as the 15 day notice period). We accept no responsibility for any failure by you to serve the 28 day notice period prior to your wedding day as a result of your failing to submit the Marriage Notice Forms to The Registrar in time.
This must be collected by you from The Registration Office no sooner than seven days prior to the wedding (so long as the legally required 28 day notice period has been served). This document must be presented to the Minister prior to the ceremony, failure to do so will result in postponement of your wedding. You will need to return the schedule to the Registration Office within three days of the wedding. Please ensure you check the opening times of the Registration Office for collection. The Registrar's Office is a government agency over which we have no control, with reference particularly but without limit to office opening hours. We accept no responsibility for your failure for any reason to collect the Marriage Schedule in time for your wedding ceremony.
This shall be issued by the Registrar at the time of your wedding ceremony. You do not need to collect this in person; however you must still assure the 28 day notice period is served. We accept no responsibility for your failure to do so.
Your Certificate of marriage shall be issued by the registrar. It is your responsibility to return the signed marriage schedule to The Registrar with three days of the ceremony. We accept no responsibility for your failure to do so.
These Terms and Conditions and any contract formed in terms hereof shall be read and interpreted under the Law of Scotland, and any dispute hereunder or thereunder shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Scottish Courts.
We reserve the right to change these Terms and Conditions from time to time. The Terms and Conditions applicable to your contract are those which are in force at the date on which you make your provisional booking. We would recommend that you print a copy of the Terms and Conditions on the date of making a provisional booking as a record of the terms of the contract formed.