General Competition Terms and Conditions and Entry Rules

Creativity Australia
General Competition Terms and Conditions and Entry Rules

Mamma Mia 2 Double Pass Competition Special Rules.

a) Prize only includes two passes to see the Mamma Mia 2 movie at a local cinema.

b) Prize does not include transport to and from venue, meals or snacks.

c) It is the responsibility of the entrant to check the classification of the movie is suitable.

All further rules apply as our standard competition rules stated below.

These General Competition Entry Rules apply to all of Creativity Australia’s competitions. They may be amended or varied from time to time by Creativity Australia. Special Competition Rules may apply to particular competitions, in which case an addendum to these rules will be made for that competition.

1. Who May Enter

The competition is not open to:

(a) a person who is an employee, officer, servant, volunteer or contractor of Creativity Australia or its related bodies corporate or associates or any of its agencies involved with this competition;

(b) the spouse, de facto spouse, parent, natural or adopted child, and sibling (whether natural or adopted by a parent), of a person referred to in paragraph (a) above;

(c) a person who has used or attempted to use any more than one name in order to qualify to win any contest run by Creativity Australia;

(d) a person who refuses to comply with or breaches any terms of these General Competition Entry Rules. All contestants acknowledge that Creativity Australia can rely on this clause at any time, even if Creativity Australia only learns of a person’s ineligibility after Creativity Australia has nominated the person as the winner or awarded the prize. Return of the prize or payment of its value to Creativity Australia can be required by Creativity Australia if this occurs.

2. Prizes

Notwithstanding anything else in these Rules, Creativity Australia has absolute discretion in awarding prizes in a competition.

In order to claim a prize in a competition, the winner must:

(a) be eligible to enter under these General Competition Entry Rules and any Special Competition Rules;

(b) be announced by Creativity Australia as the winner of that prize by means determined by Creativity Australia;

(c) not be prohibited by any rule of law from using or otherwise enjoying the prize for which he or she has been announced as the winner;

(d) demonstrate to Creativity Australia’s satisfaction that he or she is the winner of the prize, and if necessary prove that he or she is not prohibited from using or otherwise enjoying the prize (for example, by producing photo-identification, such as a driver’s licence or passport, or signing a declaration to that effect); and

(e) comply with any request made by Creativity Australia under the General Competition Entry Rules or any Special Competition Rules that apply to that competition; and

(f) only one (1) qualifier or winner per family per competition unless otherwise stipulated.

Where the winner of a prize is below the lawful age to use or otherwise enjoy the relevant prize, LightMelbourne may, in its absolute discretion, award the prize to the winner’s lawful parent or guardian or require the parent or guardian to sign an indemnity and consent for the winner to receive or participate in the prize.

Prizes will only be awarded following winner validation and verification.

Should a prize winner choose not to accept the prize allocated by Creativity Australia, the prize will not be substituted with another prize.

All prize items are valued inclusive of GST and Creativity Australia takes no responsibility for any variation in item values. Any taxes which may be payable as a consequence of a winner receiving the prize are the sole responsibility of that winner.

Prizes are non-transferable and may not be redeemed for cash. If the specified prize becomes unavailable, Creativity Australia may substitute a prize of like or equal value.

No prohibited prizes will be awarded.

Winners will be notified by mail, telephone, email or by any other contact details provided by the winner..

If prizes are sent by post, they are generally sent via Australia Post or private courier.

Any loss of prizes by a courier company or Australia Post is not the responsibility of Creativity Australia. In that event, Creativity Australia may or may not, in its discretion, replace the prize.

Upon request by Creativity Australia a copy of the General Competition Entry Rules and/or a signed receipt and acknowledgment must be signed and endorsed by any winner to indicate his/her understanding and acceptance of these terms. All unclaimed prizes after ninety days (90) days of being won will be forfeited, and a redraw may take place, all at Creativity Australia’s discretion.

In the event a winner chooses not to accept a prize, they forfeit any and all claims to the prize which can then be awarded to a competition runner up at the time at the discretion of Creativity Australia.

The judges’ decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.

3. Exclusion of Liability

Creativity Australia takes no responsibility for the loss of prizes due to incorrect or imprecise delivery details provided by an entrant. Creativity Australia makes no representations or warranties as to the quality/suitability/merchantability of any of the goods/services offered as prizes.

Creativity Australia shall not be liable for any loss or damage suffered or sustained (including but not limited to consequential loss), including for personal injury or property damage suffered or sustained, as a result of accepting any prize or participation in any competition or prize, except for any liability which cannot be excluded by law.

A person who enters a competition releases from and indemnifies Creativity Australia from and against all liability, cost, loss or expense arising out of acceptance of any prize or participation in any competition including (but not limited to) personal injury and damage to property and whether direct, indirect, consequential, foreseeable, due to some negligent act or omission, or otherwise.

A winner (or his or her parent or guardian as appropriate) may be required to sign and return any liability release and provided by Creativity Australia and/or its contractors as a condition of the prize being awarded. Failure to return the signed releases and indemnities will result in the entitlement to the prize being forfeited and a selection of another winner.

4. Disqualification

Creativity Australia assumes no responsibility for any error, defect, delay, theft or unauthorised access to or alternation of entries. Subject to any written directions given under the applicable law, if for any reason, the competition is not capable of operating as planned, including infection by computer viruses, tampering, unauthorised intervention, fraud or any other causes beyond the control of Creativity Australia which corrupts or affects the administration, security, fairness, or proper conduct of the competition, then Creativity Australia reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to cancel, terminate, modify or suspend this competition.

Creativity Australia reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to disqualify any individual for:

(a) tampering with the entry process, including exceeding any limitation on the numbers of entries, or any other process as determined by Creativity Australia that in any way affects the fairness of the promotion;

(b) tampering with the operation of the competition or web site;

(c) acting in an unsportsmanlike or disruptive manner; or

(d) if an entrant selected as winner is found to be in breach of any term of these General Competition Entry Rules, a new winner may be selected and, in the event that the entrant in breach has been awarded a prize, the entrant may be required to return the prize or reimburse the value of the prize to Creativity Australia.

5. Participation

Participation in the competition constitutes the entrant’s unconditional agreement to and acceptance of these General Competition Entry Rules and any Special Competition Rules in relation to a particular competition. These Rules may change from time to time including by extending the time for, varying or terminating any competition.

The Entrant is responsible for insuring his or her familiarity with the General Competition Entry Rules and any Special Competition Rules at the time of participation. Creativity Australia’s decision not to enforce a specific restriction does not constitute a waiver of that restriction or of the General Competition Entry Rules or Special Competition Rules. Creativity Australia may enforce these Rules in its absolute discretion.

Where Creativity Australia has Special Competition Rules in relation to a particular contest, then they will prevail to the extent of any inconsistency with these General Competition Entry Rules or Special Competition Rules. Creativity Australia may enforce these Rules in its absolute discretion.

The General Competition Entry Rules and any Special Competition Rules are to be construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Victoria. Creativity Australia may terminate any contest at any time at its absolute discretion. In the event of such termination, Creativity Australia may at its absolute discretion elect not to award any prize in respect of the terminated contest.

6. Ownership of Entries

Competition entries and material submitted in connection with any competition (whether written, audio, electronic or visual form, or a combination of those) or any photographs, video and/or film footage and/or audio recording taken of competitors are assigned to Creativity Australia upon submission and become the property of Creativity Australia which may use the material in any medium in any reasonable manner it sees fit. Copyright in any such material remains the sole property of Creativity Australia.

All such entries and material remain the property of Creativity Australia (subject to the limits contained in the Privacy Statement). Each entrant warrants that he or she owns the copyright and any other intellectual property rights in any such material submitted in connection with any competition and has full power and authority to agree to and grant the above assignment, consents and other rights to Creativity Australia.

All contestants acknowledge, as a condition of entry, that Creativity Australia has the right to publicise his/her name, or all matters incidental herein.

7. Privacy and Publicity

A who person enters a competition may be required to submit personal or confidential information about himself or herself (including without limitation his or her name, address, telephone number, e-mail address, marital status, occupation, spending preferences or any other such information) (“Personal Information”) to Creativity Australia. Creativity Australia will treat any Personal Information obtained from a person who enters a competition in accordance with the Creativity Australia Privacy Policy.

Creativity Australia may:

(a) refuse to accept an entry which does not contain all or any other of the Personal Information requested by Creativity Australia; or

(b) record and use the Personal Information for its own marketing, planning, product development, promotional, broadcasting and research purposes, including but not limited to using the winner’s name and suburb of residence for advertising and promotional purposes

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