Section 1: Introduction – This introduction.
Section 2: Competition Conduct Conditions - The conditions that govern the relationship between Us and anyone who participates in any competition.
Section 3: Real Estate Conditions - The conditions that govern the agreement between each Host and Winner where a competition involves real estate property in England and Wales. They include Real Estate Conditions of sale and template forms of special conditions of sale.
Section 4: Glossary and Definitions - The glossary and definitions gives special meanings to certain words used in the Terms and Conditions.
The Terms and Conditions shall be governed by English law, and all parties are deemed to submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England and Wales.
Raffall reserves the right to alter these Terms and Conditions at any time. Where alterations constitute a material change, users will be notified through the e-mail associated with their account. What constitutes a material change shall be determined by Us at our sole discretion, in good faith, using common sense.
The Terms and Conditions assume that each Host, Entrant and Winner has acted like a prudent individual. If you choose to participate in a competition without taking normal precautions, you do so at your own risk.
If you enter a competition or otherwise participate in a competition it is on the basis that you accept these Terms and Conditions. They govern Raffall’s relationship with you, the Host, Entrant and the Winner.
Raffall does not offer any competitions in any jurisdiction where such an offer or solicitation is unlawful or would impose any unfulfilled registration, qualification, publication or approval requirements.
It is your responsibility to ensure that you are not located in a jurisdiction where it is not unlawful for you to enter in, participate or host such competitions.
Words in capitals or small capitals have the special meanings defined in the Glossary and Definitions. The Competition Conduct Conditions cannot be disapplied or varied without Raffall’s agreement.
|Accept / Accepting
||Accepting a Prize by pressing the “Accept” button on Our Platform.
||Means Users who participate in the Affiliate Programme to promote the competitions and causes
of other Host competition(s).
||Has the meaning assigned to it in paragraph 3.1 of the Affiliate Marketing Terms & Conditions.
|Affiliate Marketing Terms & Conditions
||Means the terms and conditions which apply to Affiliates which can be accessed at the following
||Means the service provided by Raffall to enable affiliate marketing to take place as governed
by the Affiliate Marketing Terms & Conditions.
||Means only the competition linked within the unique referral link received from Raffall.
|Competition Conduct Conditions
||The conditions so headed (as may be varied from time to time).
||Any day except (a) Saturday or Sunday or (b) a bank or public holiday in England
||The date on which any relevant competition ends as set out on the Particulars
or whenever last ticket is sold – whichever is sooner.
|Competition Entry Question
||The competition’s entry question and or puzzle as applicable to the relevant competition.
||An amount representing ninety percent of the Total Proceeds less the Purchase
||Unless the Host and the Winner otherwise agree, the occasion when they have
both complied with the obligations under the Property Contract that they are
obliged to comply with prior to Completion, and the amount payable on
Completion has been unconditionally received in the Host’s conveyancer’s
client account (or as otherwise required by the terms of the Property Contract).
||One of the Competition Conduct Conditions or Real Estate Conditions.
|Dispute / Disputing
||Disputing a Prize by pressing the “Dispute” button on Our Platform.
||The day on which the competition Winner is drawn and announced.
||A User of Raffall who enters into a Competition.
||A charge securing a loan or other financial indebtedness (but not including a
rent charge or local land charge).
|Force Majeure Event
||For the purposes of these Terms and Conditions a force majeure event is an
event which could not have been foreseen by Raffall and reasonably mitigated.
Such an event will include any natural disaster; act of God; impacts from the
UK’s withdrawals from the European Union; a local, nationwide and
international network outage; an epidemic or pandemic; a union strike such as
by the postal service.
||the publishing and Featured Fees set out in the Fees page on Our Platform.
||A user of Our Platform who hosts a competition and offers a Prize. (Where two
or more are jointly the Host their obligations can be enforced against them
jointly or against each of them separately)
||Total Proceeds less the Service Charges and Affiliate Commissions.
||The higher of 6% and 4% above the base rate from time to time of the Bank of
Englad. The Interest Rate will also apply to any judgment debt, unless the
statutory rate is higher.
||An individual registered with Our Platform.
||Arrears due under any of the Tenancies that are not “new Tenancies” as
defined by the Landlord and Tenant (Covenants) Act 1995.
||The date on which any competition begins as set out on the Particulars.
||Our website and any other application or platform that Raffall operates from
time to time.
||The section of the Our Platform relating to the relevant competition that
contains a description of the competition and each Prize.
||An entry made by way of postal application in accordance with paragraphs 5.6 and 5.7.
||An insolvency Practitioner for the purposes of the Insolvency Act 1986 (or, in
relation to jurisdictions outside the United Kingdom, a person undertaking a
||The price paid for the winning ticket by the Winner.
||The item(s) listed as a prize or prizes in the relevant competition offered by the
||The items referred to in paragraph 18 of the Competition Conduct Conditions
and which are set out on the Prohibited Items page on Our Platform.
||Each separate real estate property offered as a Prize by the Host and which is
described in a competition or (as the case may be) the property that the Host
has agreed to transfer (including chattels, if any) pursuant to a competition.
||In relation to a Property Prize the contract by which the Host agrees to transfer
and the Winner agrees to acquire the Property the terms and conditions of
which shall be the Real Estate Conditions and any Special Conditions.
|Property Contract Date
||The Draw Date or if a further contract is exchanged, the date of that exchange.
||Raffall Limited is a company incorporated in England and Wales with company
registration number 9930826 and registered address at 7 Bell Yard, London,
WC2A 2JR, United Kingdom.
||These are credits that purchased via Bank Transfer or via Credit/Debit card on
Our Platform Our Platform. Raffall Credits are strictly non-refundable.
|Real Estate Conditions
||The conditions headed ‘Real Estate Conditions’, including any Special
Conditions as the context may require.
||10 percent of Total Proceeds or as otherwise may be set out in the Fees page
on Our Platform.
||Those additional conditions so headed that relate to the Property and the
|Terms and Conditions
||The Introduction, Competition Conduct Conditions, Real Estate Conditions and
the Glossary and Definitions.
||Transfer includes a conveyance or assignment (and “to Transfer” includes “to
convey” or “to assign”).
||The total funds raised through the sale of tickets in relation to any competition.
||The Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006.
||Value Added Tax or other tax of a similar nature.
||An option to tax.
|We (and Us and Our)
||The person who wins the Prize.
|You (and your)
||You in your capacity as a user of Our Platform whether as a Host, Entrant or