1.2 “Client” shall mean the party ordering the Services from LLT.
1.3 “Order” shall mean the LLT Request Quote Form sent to us by the Client after after completion from our website and making of an agreed payment including any other correspondence and instructions received from the Client.
1.4 “Services” shall mean the services specified on the Invoice that the Client will be sent once they have completed the Order which LLT has agreed to supply to the Client in accordance with these terms and conditions.
 CONTRACT FORMATION
2.1 No binding contract shall be deemed to have come into existence unless the Client has submitted an Offer to LLT and LLT has communicated its acceptance.
2.2 LLT provides all of its services subject to the availability of its Tutors/Writers. For pre-paid writing services, if LLT cannot find a writer within 72 hours of receipt of payment then it will refund the Client’s payment in full.
2.3 Where any tutoring services have been agreed between LLT and the Client, the Client must provide LLT 24 hours notice of cancellation to avoid incurring charges unless agreed otherwise.
2.4 Where any writing services require completion in a deadline smaller than 72 hours, if LLT cannot find a writer within 18 hours of receipt of payment it will refund the Client’s payment.
3.1 Normally LLT requires full payment in advance before commencing any work for the Client but where it has agreed that the Client may pay by instalments the Client is obliged to make the payments on the agreed due dates. In case the Client fails to pay the full amount due on the due dates; LLT shall be entitled to suspend the carrying out of the Services until such payment is made without incurring any liability whatsoever to the Client for non-performance or otherwise.
3.2 The client agrees to be bound by LLT’s strict no refund policy due to the highly individual and customised nature of the services provided by us. The client also agrees that refunds will only be given in exceptional circumstances — for example the complete failure to deliver a project. Thus; all refunds are at the complete discretion of LLT.
3.3 Where the Contract for the supply of Services requires the performance of the Contract before the expiry of seven working days beginning with the day after the day on which the Contract is concluded the Client will not have the right to cancel the Contract. The Client may cancel an order for the supply of services within seven working days from the day the Contract was concluded provided LLT may make a charge for any direct costs incurred as a result of the Client’s order for the Services. The Client confirms that such requirements as need to be met by LLT under The Consumer Protection (Distance Selling) Regulations 2000 as amended have been met. If the Client is entitled to cancel the order then LLT will refund the Client the amount the Client originally paid for the supply of the Services less any direct costs incurred within 14 working days from the date LLT received notice of the cancellation.
 SERVICES PROVIDED
4.1 LLT hereby warrants that: -
4.1.1 the Services are plagiarism-free and the work which forms part of the Services is subject to analysis by its highly qualified team that ensures high quality of the work provided to clients.
4.1.2 LLT will not re-sell, re-publish, or re-distribute, either for sale or otherwise, any written material supplied to the Client as part of the Services.
4.2 These warranties contained in clause 4 are conditional upon the Client’s agreement to the following: -
4.2.0 that any tutoring sessions scheduled will be charged in full in case the Client does not provide a 48 hour prior written notice of cancellation or change to the schedule.
4.2.1 that any writing service sold to them by LLT is sold and intended solely for the purpose of inspiring that client’s own work through giving an example of model research, writing, expression and structuring of ideas. The client must never submit it as their own work, either in part or total, to their university, school or any other institute of education.
4.2.2 not to re-sell, re-publish, re-distribute or in any other way violate the copyright of any written material sold to them by LLT.
4.2.3 that LLT has the right to refuse to continue the preparation or sale of any written material, either in part or in full, which LLT suspects of being used in breach of any of these terms and conditions.
4.2.4 that the Client has to thoroughly examine, before ordering any service from LLT, the particular rules, regulations and provisions of their University or School governing the preparation and submission of academic work, and to check whether these provisions permit the employment of services such as those offered by LLT.
4.2.5 the Client will check their written material to satisfy themselves that their work is of the standard they requested and paid for. If the Client believes their work to be below the standard they requested then they may request within 7 working days following the delivery of that written material that the work be altered free of charge so as to conform to any specifications of standard stated by the client in their original specifications. The Client agrees that alterations will only be valid if the client requests them within 7 working days following the receipt of their written material and that alterations requested after this 7 day period will not be carried-out without extra payment and may be refused by LLT in its sole discretion. The Client agrees that alteration requests not included on the Order will not be completed free of charge and that LLT may in its sole discretion refuse to undertake these.
4.2.6 All written materials supplied by LLT to the Client are meant only to be used as model examples of what the Client’s own work might be like. For the Client to hand-in any written material written by LLT as if it were that Client’s own is strictly prohibited by LLT and represents a breach of its copyright.
4.2.7 that if the Client is satisfied that the use of the Services is permitted by their University or School, then the Client must also investigate whether it is necessary for them to reference in their work the use of the Services and the Client acknowledges that LLT has not given the Client any advice whatsoever on this question, and leaves the decision solely to the prudence and judgement of the Client.
4.2.8 that the services are rendered purely and solely as academic assistance and do not constitute in any form of professional advice.
4.3 LLT explicitly and unambiguously condemns plagiarism in all its forms and maintains the right to deny the provision of Services to any person for whom LLT has evidence to suggest that the person has committed the act of plagiarism.
All services provided by LLT remain the copyright of LLT. No materials of any kind supplied by LLT may be reproduced, redistributed or displayed without the express agreement of LLT. The Client shall indemnify and keep LLT indemnified against all liability in respect of any infringement of copyright or any other similar right or claim resulting from a breach of this condition.
 FORCE MAJEURE
LLT will not be held responsible for any delay or failure to comply with its obligations under these terms and conditions if the delay or failure arises from any cause which is beyond its reasonable control.
8.1 LLT may terminate the Contract immediately by notice in the event of the Client’s failure to make the due payments under the Contract without rebate or allowance on the due date.
8.2 In the event of LLT terminating the Contract during the Client being in breach of any of its terms and conditions the Client shall immediately pay to LLT all sums due under the Contract without rebate or allowance.
 ALTERATIONS AND AMENDMENTS
LLT reserves the right to make changes to these terms and conditions. The Client’s contract with LLT will be subject to the terms and conditions at the time the Client confirms the Order and makes payment unless any change to these terms and conditions is required to be made by law or government authority. If any of these conditions is deemed invalid, void or for any reason unenforceable that condition will be deemed severable and will not affect the validity and enforceability of any remaining conditions.
 GOVERNING LAW
The interpretation and performance of any contract between LLT and its Clients including any of these terms and conditions shall be governed in accordance with Law of England & Wales exclusively.