Terms and Conditions:
CODE OF CONDUCT
Karate training is the development of spirit and character of a person; a student of Karate should develop patience and humility.
Smoking, chewing gum, obscene language, intimidating behavior WILL NOT be tolerated by this Academy or it’s instructors
Karate is an art of self-defence and should not be used indiscriminately. Provocation is not an excuse to use Karate. It should only be used as a defence against physical attack and even under such circumstances it should be used with restraint and without malice.
Karate is not for show and should not be trained with the intention of showing-off. It should only be exhibited for competition, education, charitable purposes and with approval of Traditional Karate Academy.
Karate students should develop good manners and respect to The Academy their elders, instructors and peers at all times, inside and out side The Academy
Students involved in criminal behaviour or bad character will not be permitted to continue training with Traditional Karate Academy.
Students who use Karate to bully or for brawls, will be expelled from Traditional Karate Academy.
The Academy reserves the right to terminate the membership of any members whose behavior is deemed to be contrary to the benefit or beliefs of the Academy. Any such termination may be effected without refund.
DOJO PARTICIPATION CONDITIONS:
- In these conditions: the “Association “ shall mean and include the Traditional Karate Academy, It’s Officers, Instructors or Agents. “Trainee” shall mean any person receiving tuition. “Opponent” shall mean any person training / competing against another trainee or the competitor.
- In consideration of the Association accepting my application for tuition or to compete in any tournament and in further consideration of my opponent competing against me, I hereby agree to abide by the conditions of my entry, the rules by-laws and regulations of the Association.
- The Association enters into these contracts as the Association and as agents for the competitors’.
- I acknowledge and agree that my participation carries a real risk of personal injury.
- I acknowledge and agree that the Association shall not be liable whether in tort or contract or otherwise for any loss or damage or injury whatsoever to my person or property whilst participating in or otherwise attending at the tournaments, howsoever caused or including without limiting the forgoing, the negligence, breach of contract, wilful act or as default of the Association and whether or not such loss or damage or injury to me occurs within or adjacent to any property occupied by the Association.
- I authorise the Association to contract on my behalf to exclude my liability as an opponent whether such arises in tort or contract or otherwise for any loss or damage or injury to another competitor howsoever caused or occurring including but without limiting the foregoing, the negligence, breach of contract, wilful act or default of myself.
- The Association shall not be responsible for any accidents or injuries or any loss or damage of the trainee / competitor which may occur before, during or after training which they join at their own risk in any Association related activity.
- I expressly agree to and do hereby waive any rights that I may have which are in any inconsistent with the foregoing.
Terms and Conditions: Website
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