RULES OF ENTRY APPLICABLE TO THE JUNK KOUTURE 2021 COMPETITION
*Current competition cycle runs from Sept 2020 – June 2021 with competition application entry open from Jan 25th – Apr 19th*
**Update as of 15/03 – competition registration extended until April 30 2021**
The following rules are designed to ensure that Junk Kouture is conducted as fairly and as efficiently as possible and are subject to change at any time at the sole discretion of Junk Kouture. Infringement of any of the rules listed below may lead to exclusion, at any time, of individuals or schools from present and/or future participation in Junk Kouture.
Junk Kouture will and requires that participants will always comply with Government Guidelines as may be issued from time to time during the Covid-19 pandemic and reserves the right to make changes at any time to the below rules as may be necessary to ensure such compliance. Junk Kouture is a digital competition for 2021.
1.1 The Junk Kouture Recycled Fashion Competition is organised by Junk Kouture Operations Ireland Ltd. by whose decision on all matters relating to the Competition will be final.
1.2 There is no fee for participating in Junk Kouture. Entries and all associated documentation must be submitted via the Junk Kouture app which is available to download from January 25th, 2021 on both Apple and Android devices. Please access the app store on your device to access this.
1.3 An application will not be considered for judging unless all parts of the application process are completed on the app.
1.4 The competition opens on 25th January 2021 and the closing date for receipt of entries is 6pm (GMT+1) on 19th April 2021 for all participants in the 2021 competition. Under no circumstances will late entries be accepted. Please note that Junk Kouture Operations Ireland Ltd. Reserves the right to extend the competition window if it deems a requirement. Should this occur, Junk Kouture will provide information across key channels – website, social channels and email communications with subscribers.
1.5 Participants must be in post-primary education and aged between 13-18 on 30 June 2021.
1.6 Participants can win the title of Junk Kouture Designer of the Year (also known as Overall Winner) on more than one occasion. Previous winners of the title are eligible to re–enter the competition in subsequent years if they remain in post-primary education.
1.7 Designs that have been entered in other competitions can be accepted as entries to the Junk Kouture Recycled Fashion Competition, provided that this information is stated in the application entry and provided there is no third–party restriction on entry. If you wish to declare additional information about this, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
1.8 Submission of an entry will not ensure the acceptance of a design as a finalist for the digital grand final event. In the first stage, a panel of screening judges will select the designs to go forward to the regional finals (5 regions, up to 50 finalists per region), followed by those entrants that are announced as grand finalists (10 from each of the 5 regions) and the judges’ decisions are final.
1.9 Students taking part will be entered into one overall competition, from which various award winners are selected.
1.10 Students attending Primary Schools or Third Level Colleges are NOT eligible to enter.
1.11 There will be no live events in 2021 due to COVID-19 restrictions.
2.1 Educators are invited to register as a Junk Kouture member on our app from January 25th, 2021 when the competition opens. Once a team is ready to submit an application, they will be required to assign a registered educator to their team via the app.
2.2 Should a design be selected as a grand finalist; we will require additional information/documentation from the educator to confirm status. The assigned educator is responsible for the design team when it comes to grand final filming days. Or any in person engagements. Further information around the requirements will be supplied to educators in advance of the digital grand final. Junk Kouture will communicate with the assigned educators. This is done so in the form of the Junk Kouture app/text/email.
2.3 Any adult can be an educator, if they have undergone the appropriate training to allow them to work with minors. If a design team is successful the educator will be requested to submit relevant documentation i.e., teaching council ID, garda vetting etc.
2.4 It is the responsibility of the educator to communicate any information relating to the competition to their students. Junk Kouture communicates directly with educators and does not communicate directly with the design teams.
2.5 It is the responsibility of the educator to communicate any changes relating to the design team to Junk Kouture. This can be done by contacting. email@example.com
Creator (participant) Registration
3.1 Current competition participant registration opens on 25 January 2021 and closes on 19 April 2021. Registration will be done on the Junk Kouture app.
3.2 All creators are required to create an account on the Junk Kouture app by providing the details below.
- Full name
- Country (this will indicate the competition you wish to participate in)
- Mobile Number (verification code will be sent to mobile to verify user)
3.3 Once the creator accounts have been created, and the design is complete, the team leader can proceed with the competition submission, details of which are outlined below:
- Design name
- Design description: this should include the idea and inspiration behind the creation, listing materials, how it was made, how it promotes sustainability, key messages. Up to 600 characters)
- Design materials: All materials used in the design are included here. Up to 450 characters.
- Video link:
- Design name, team member names (maximum of three team members – invite will be sent to users via app to join your team), contact number and school information (name of school and location in country).
- Team video: Attach a link to a video you have created and uploaded to YouTube or TikTok – max of 60 seconds long. Clip should show the fine detail of the design, show the materials used, tell us about the inspiration, show your performance – please ensure video is in portrait orientation. Should you reach the regional finals, clips of this video will be used for any digital regional shows.
- Music link: Add a link to the song of choice. This will complement the finished design and finalists will be requested to supply JK with the correct section starting/ending point within the link provided. The link should be from Spotify or Apple music.
- Photographs: clear images of the design must be included. One image must display the design in its entirety. Can upload up to 10 images. The first image uploaded will be displayed during any voting process.
Please do not start an application process until your design and accompanying content is fully ready.
3.3 All sections of the participant registration must be completed for your application to be successfully submitted and to be included in the initial judging stages.
3.4 Junk Kouture designs must be submitted as either an individual or team application via the Junk Kouture app. Junk Kouture will not accept any other form of applications.
3.5 A student can only enter one design into the competition, whether they are entering as an individual or as part of a team. If a designer has entered a design that does not qualify for the international grand finale, they cannot be added to a qualified design team.
3.6 Teams can consist of a maximum of 3 people. (this includes the person who is modelling the design)
3.7 Individual designs may be submitted in the competition and once submitted cannot be re–classified as a team submission (i.e., no further team members can be added).
3.8 To enter the competition all team members must be registered on the JK app. One member of each team will be responsible for submitting all the relevant information required for competition entry. The final application should reflect the co-ordinated efforts of all registered team members.
3.9 In exceptional circumstances, teams may wish to decrease or increase the number of people participating in their accepted design team (max 3 students). Any such proposed changes need to be requested to Junk Kouture before the 01 April 2021 via the Junk Kouture platform by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org detailing the proposed change(s) and the exceptional circumstances necessitating them. Failure to do so will lead to the proposed changes being rejected and the design being judged in the original grouping in which it was entered. Junk Kouture’s decision as to whether such changes are acceptable will be final.
3.10 It is expected that most of the work for a design will be conducted in school, home, or the outside environment (i.e., after–school club). Students should seek guidance and advice when creating their entry, however the final design must be created and completed only by the team members involved.
3.11 It is not a requirement for all team members to be from the same school. The school’s name is included in the application process.
3.12 Should a design team be selected as a grand finalist; we will require that the educator assigned to the team submit any requested documentation confirming their status – Further information around this to follow in advance of the event.
3.13 Participants are responsible for the promotion of their design.
3.14 Participants must refrain from making statements and claims in person or online that may bring Junk Kouture, the competition and relevant stakeholders, into disrepute. Failure to do so, will result in expulsion from the competition. If you wish to make a complaint, please refer to the complaints policy so this can be dealt with in an appropriate manner.
3.15 Junk Kouture will use participants’ personal information only as set out in its’ privacy notice which can be found here http://www.junkkouture.com/privacy. If a designer wishes to access their personal data, delete, or update information, they can do so by contacting Junk Kouture.
3.16 Junk Kouture communicates directly with the assigned educator. This is done so through the Junk Kouture app/text message/email. Should a student have any queries relating to the competition we request that they bring these to the attention of the educator, who then is responsible for contacting Junk Kouture. Please note that no response is guaranteed should you decided to contact us through one of our social media platforms.
3.17 By submitting and application into the competition, participants give consent to Junk Kouture to use the images and video content uploaded on to the app for any promotional activity relating to the current competition. Video/images may also be used on digital platforms for any event related activity for example, regional finalist selection.
4.1 All materials used by design teams must be recycled or repurposed. New materials are prohibited.
4.2 All materials used must be safe to model and exhibit, and must not contain any pyro, toxic or dangerous materials. Should a design team be unsure about the nature of their materials having initially consulted their assigned educator, they should consult Junk Kouture by email email@example.com
4.3 Participants are prohibited from using any alcohol, tobacco or drugs branding or packaging unless these are being used to promote the harmful effects of misuse.
4.4 Participants that have been entered into Junk Kouture in previous years will not be accepted unless the design has undergone significant further development and enhancement.
4.5 Models must wear appropriate undergarments under designs when modelling their design for the competition submission and performing at the filming day.
Grand Finalists – Junk Kouture Digital 2021
The below, are applicable only to designs qualifying for the digital grand final. Please note that due to the digital nature of the 2021 event, additional ‘Digital Event Rules’ must be accepted by qualifying designers before they can take part in the event. These will be provided on notification of qualification.
5.1 Upon being selected as a grand finalist, the assigned educator will be required to confirm acceptance of having their design team included in the digital event with Junk Kouture.
5.2 Design teams will be responsible for providing additional content to Junk Kouture about their design in advance of the show (where required). There will be specific guidelines to adhere to for show production.
5.3 Design teams will be responsible for their own hair and make-up and any design requirements in advance of the show i.e., alterations and fixings.
5.4 Junk Kouture will not accept responsibility for damage to, or loss of, design materials or personal belongings. Design teams are advised to remove all valuable items from the backstage area in advance of the filming shoot.
5.5 Design teams may be required to travel to a filming location/venue within their region in advance of the digital grand final. Details of this requirement will be provided to the assigned educator in advance of any arrangements.
5.6 It is the responsibility of the educator and team to facilitate and fund own travel to the filming location/venue.
5.7 Should a design team be unable to travel to the allocated filming on the day set out by Junk Kouture they forfeit their place in the grand final.
6.1 The judges are responsible for the selection of winners. These decisions are final.
6.2 The judges reserve the right to withhold awards in the event of designs not reaching satisfactory design standard and live performance.
6.3 The judges reserve the right to withhold awards and exclude designs if designers have not adhered to the rules and regulations of the Junk Kouture competition.
7.1 During the week of the grand final, voting takes place for the Audience Choice Award. This will be done so via the Junk Kouture app.
7.2 You must be registered on the app to vote. Further Information around this to follow in advance of the virtual grand finale.
8.1 Junk Kouture award winners will be announced at the end of the digital grand final and a list of these will be available via Junk Kouture platforms.
8.2 The Junk Kouture Designer of the Year (overall winner) may not represent any other organisation until the following year’s winners are announced. It is the responsibility of the winner to contact Junk Kouture via firstname.lastname@example.org should they need any clarification.
8.3 Award winners must consent for Junk Kouture to access their design for company purposes where required for up to 12 months post competition.
9.1 Junk Kouture will award prizes for the following categories:
- Junk Kouture Overall Winner
- Junk Kouture Regional Winners x 5
- Junk Kouture Best Performance
- Junk Kouture Glamour x2
- Junk Kouture Finishing Touches
- Junk Kouture Most Unusual Material
- Junk Kouture Enterprise
- Junk Kouture Creative for a Cause
- Junk Kouture Junior
- College Bursaries
The full list and details of prizes is available on the Junk Kouture website
€ 1000 Euro prize
Glamour Winner 2020
€ 300 prize
Overall Winning School
€ 2500 Euro prize
Junior Winner 2020
€ 300 prize
Teacher Hall of Fame Winner
5* Hotel Break
€ 300 prize
Best Performance Winner
€ 300 prize
Creative For a Cause Award
€ 300 prize
North Region Winner
€ 600 prize
JK Junior Award
€ 300 prize
East Region Winner
€ 600 prize
€ 300 prize
South East Region Winner
€ 600 prize
€ 300 prize
West Region Winner
€ 600 prize
Most Unusual Material Winner
€ 300 prize
South Region Winner
€ 600 prize
Finishing Touches Winner
€ 300 prize
8.2 All awards (trophies) will be sent to the winning design teams after the grand final event – these will be sent directly to the school for the attention of the assigned educator.
8.3 The prize fund for the Junk Kouture Designer of the Year (Overall Winner) and School of the Year will be paid by bank transfer to the individual account supplied. This will be done so within 90 days of announcement.
8.4 Junk Kouture will hold a presentation with the Designer of the Year – details to be confirmed post virtual grand final and subject to any current travel restrictions due to COVID-19.
8.5 Junk Kouture shall endeavour to send all prizes and pay all prize monies in accordance with and subject to these rules within 90 days of announcement. Junk Kouture shall have no liability for failure to pay monies on or before such time.
8.6 Please note that due to the current COVID-19 restrictions and travel restrictions, there will be no prizes that require any travel (outside of Ireland) for the 2021 competition. Prizes will be in the form of vouchers to the value identified above.
8.7 Should opportunity arise later in the year for Junk Kouture to attend/host an event, we will make sure to contact prize winners.
Photographs / Videos
9.1 Junk Kouture requires that participants give consent at time of application for use of design images. Junk Kouture retains the right to use any design photographs uploaded by participants on the app in the Junk Kouture competition in accordance with our privacy notice. Should designers wish to opt out of this, they should notify Junk Kouture by email by contacting email@example.com
9.2 Junk Kouture reserves the right to use images/videos from any Junk Kouture events for promotional and marketing purposes, both online and in print, in accordance with its’ privacy notice. Junk Kouture is under no obligation to make use of any photos taken at the events.
10.1 Design content and materials remains the property of the designers but must be made available for Junk Kouture for publication or exhibition purposes for up to 12 months post competition.
10.2 Design content and materials must be made available for use of Junk Kouture partners and sponsors, when required for up to 12 months post competition. In these cases, design teams will be issued no fewer than 14 days’ notice prior to the event. All partners must hold relevant insurances for use of designs.
Partners / Sponsors
11.1 Participants may be invited to take part in promotional activity from partners / sponsors. This activity must be approved by Junk Kouture beforehand, with designers and educators being informed of this prior.
11.2 Participants will not be subject to any unlawful promotions, or indeed, be required to partake in promotional activity deemed unsuitable by Junk Kouture. These cases will be examined on a case-by-case basis by Junk Kouture.
Respect for Junk Kouture Values
12.1 Junk Kouture expects all relevant stakeholders to respect the values and standards of Junk Kouture, as listed in the Junk Kouture Values.
Junk Kouture Operations Ireland Ltd. is committed to dealing effectively with any complaints you may have about our company. If we got something wrong, we will apologise and where possible we will try to put things right. We also aim to learn from our mistakes and use the information we gain to improve our services.
When you complain to us, we will usually respond in the way we explain below.
If possible, we believe it is best to deal with things as soon as possible and in the easiest and most direct way.
If you have a complaint relating to the Junk Kouture competition, you can make an informal complaint to us and we will investigate. If you are not satisfied, then you can approach your school and discuss with the assigned educator. He or she will then contact us formally to try to resolve it for you there and then. We will only accept form complaints from the school on your behalf. However, we may need time to investigate it (please allow up to 5 working days for this).
How to complain formally – applicable to schools (educators)
You can make a complaint in any of the ways below:
You can fill in our complaint form here.
You can email firstname.lastname@example.org
You can write a letter to us at the following address 102 Roadside, Buncrana, Co. Donegal.
WHAT SHOULD YOU INCLUDE IN YOUR COMPLAINT?
Remember to state your name, address, and telephone number (and email, if applicable) and whether you are acting on behalf of someone else.
Briefly describe what your complaint is about stating relevant dates and times, if applicable
List your specific concerns starting with the most important concern.
Be clear about what you are hoping to achieve (for example an apology, explanation, etc.)
State your preferred method of communication
DEALING WITH YOUR COMPLAINT
We will formally acknowledge your complaint within 5 working days and let you know how we intend to deal with it. We will ask you to tell us how you would like us to communicate with you and establish whether you have any requirements for example, if you have language difficulties. We will deal with your complaint in an open and honest way. We will make sure that your interactions with us in the future do not suffer just because you have made a complaint. If you are making a complaint on behalf of somebody else, we will need their agreement to you acting on their behalf.
We will tell you who we have asked to investigate your complaint. If your complaint is straightforward, we will usually ask somebody from the service to look into it and get back to you. In some cases, if the complaint is serious, we may ask someone from outside the organisation to investigate. We will set out to you our understanding of your complaint and ask you to confirm that we have got it right. We will also ask you to tell us what outcome you are hoping for. The person looking at your complaint will usually need to see the files we hold relevant to your complaint. If you don’t want this to happen, it is important that you tell us. If there is a simple solution to your problem, we may ask you if you are happy to accept this. We will aim to resolve concerns as quickly as possible and expect to deal with the vast majority within 30 working days.
When investigating your complaint, we will look at relevant evidence. This could include files, notes of conversations, letters, emails or whatever may be relevant to your complaint. If necessary, we will talk to the staff or others involved and look at our policies and any guidance.
If we formally investigate your complaint, we will let you know what we have found in keeping with your preferred form of communication. This could be by letter or email, for example. If necessary, we will produce a longer report. We will explain how and why we came to our conclusions. If we find that we got it wrong, we will tell you what and why it happened. If we find there is a fault in our systems or the way we do things, we will tell you what it is and how we plan to change things to stop it happening again. If we got it wrong, we would always apologise.
PUTTING THINGS RIGHT
If we did not do something well, we will aim to put it right. If you have lost out as a result of a mistake on our part, we will try to put you back in the position you would have been in if we had got it right.
We take your complaints seriously and try to learn from any mistakes we have made. Our senior management team considers a summary of all complaints on a regular basis as well as details of any serious complaints. Where there is a need for change, we will develop an action plan setting out what we will do, who will do it and when we plan to do it by. We will let you know when changes we have promised to have been made.
WHAT WE EXPECT FROM YOU
In times of trouble or distress, some people may act out of character. There may have been upsetting or distressing circumstances leading up to a complaint. We do not view behaviour as unacceptable just because someone is forceful or determined. We believe that all complainants have the right to be heard, understood, and respected. However, we also consider that our staff have the same rights. We, therefore, expect you to be polite and courteous in your dealings with us. We will not tolerate aggressive or abusive behaviour, unreasonable demands, or unreasonable persistence.
Springing into Summer Headpiece Challenge instagram COMPETITION TERMS AND CONDITIONS
These terms and conditions prevail in the event of any conflict or inconsistency with any other communications, including advertising or promotional materials. Entry/instructions are deemed to form part of the terms and conditions and by participating all claimants will be deemed to have accepted and be bound by the Terms and Conditions. Please retain a copy for your information.
1. Designers must be in post-primary education and aged between 13-18 at 30 June 2021
2. Pupils studying in Third Level Colleges are NOT eligible to enter.
3. All headpieces must be made entirely of junk and/or upcycled materials.
4. Entries must be emailed to email@example.com to be considered.
5. Designers can only enter once.
6. The closing date is 7th April at 6pm. Entries made after this time will not be considered.
7. Designs will be judged by an internal judging panel and two winners will be chosen.
8. Junk Kouture expects all participants to respect the values and standards of Junk Kouture, as listed in the Junk Kouture Values.
9. Junk Kouture requires that participants give consent at time of application for use of design images.
10. Junk Kouture reserves the right to use images/videos submitted to this competition for promotional and marketing purposes, both online and in print, in accordance with its’ privacy notice. –
12. These terms and conditions prevail in the event of any conflict or inconsistency with any other communications, including advertising or promotional materials. Entry/instructions are deemed to form part of the terms and conditions and by participating all claimants will be deemed to have accepted and be bound by the Terms and Conditions. Please retain a copy for your information.
13. Promoter: Junk Kouture Operations Ireland Limited., 102 Roadside, Buncrana, Co. Donegal
14. Competition will be posted on Junk Kouture Instagram page
15. Entrants can enter the competition from March 10th to April 7th.
16. Entry mechanic: Create a springtime themed hat or headpiece out of junk, snap a photo of it and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
17. Winner will be chosen by 6pm on the 8th April 2021 and announced on the Junk Kouture Instagram and Facebook pages at that time.
18. Moderation: The Promoter reserves the right to reject entries which, in the reasonable opinion of the Promoter:
19. -contain any material which: (i) is offensive and/or derogatory, (ii) is of an explicit and/or sexual nature, or (iii) is defamatory, libelous, obscene or disparages the promoter in any way, or (iv) is otherwise illegal;
20. Contain any material which violates any third party intellectual property rights (including, but not limited to, copyright, trade marks, or any other proprietary or personal right);
21. Contain any trade/brand logos or references other than incidental inclusion and/or relating to the Promoter’s products; and
22. Promotes any political agenda.
23. Maximum of one entry per person during the promotion period. Anyone found to be using multiple accounts to enter will be disqualified.
24. Prize: 2 prizes to be given away. Winner will receive a gift voucher to the value of €100 from a retailer of their choice.
25. Winner Selection and notification. Winners will be notified via direct message on Instagram on 8th April 2021. Please ensure that your Instagram privacy settings allow us to contact you directly. If a winner does not respond within 14 days, they will forfeit their prize and the Promoter shall select another winner from all valid entries received. Those not contactable via reasonable means (after reasonable efforts) may be disqualified and an alternative winning entrant may be awarded the prize on the same basis as described above.
26. For the avoidance of doubt, it is the responsibility of the participant to check their direct inbox to ensure they are in receipt of promotional communication. The Promoter is not responsible for an entrant making a late claim on their win if this communication is missed for any reason
27. If the winner is disqualified, the Promoter reserves the right to award the prize to a reserve winner selected in the same manner. Reserve winners may have less time to respond.
28. The Promoter’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
29. An entry must be made directly by the person entering the Promotion and in accordance with these Terms & Conditions. Third party, spam and bulk entries will not be accepted. The Promoter reserves the right to disqualify any individual who tampers with the entry process or does not comply with these Terms & Conditions, and may cancel, terminate, modify or suspend the Promotion or invalidate any affected entries. Entries which do not satisfy the requirements of these Terms & Conditions in full will be disqualified and will not be counted. If it becomes apparent that either a participant or household is using any means to circumvent this condition such as, and without limitation, using multiple identities, fraudulently falsifying data, acting fraudulently or dishonestly in the opinion of the Promoter or otherwise acting in violation of these terms, these participants will be disqualified, and any gift entitlement will be void.
30. The Promoter reserves the right at any time, in its absolute discretion, to verify the eligibility of any participant (including their age and place of residence); disqualify any participant found to be abusing or tampering with the operation of the Promotion or entering using fraudulent means, or who the Promoter believes to have acted in breach of these Terms and Conditions; disqualify participants who do not give correct contact details.
31. The Promoter accepts no responsibility for late, incomplete, incorrectly submitted, corrupted or misdirected entries, claims or correspondence whether due to error, omission, alteration, tampering, deletion, theft, destruction, transmission interruption, communications failure or otherwise. For the avoidance of doubt, it is the responsibility of the participant to check junk/spam to ensure they are in receipt of promotional communication. The Promoter is not responsible for an entrant making a late claim on their win if this email is missed for any reason.
32. The Prize is not transferable or exchangeable and cannot be substituted by the winner for any other form of compensation in whole or in part.
33. The Promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Instagram. You are providing your information to the Promoter, not to Instagram. The information you provide will only be used for the purpose of facilitating the Promotion unless you have agreed to its use for any other purpose. By entering the Promotion, all Participants agree to give Instagram a complete release from any and all legal liability in connection with the Promotion.
34. In the event for any reason the prize winners do not claim the prize at the time stipulated by the Promoter, then that prize will be forfeited by the winners and neither cash nor any other form of compensation will be supplied in lieu of that element of the prize. If for any reason a prize is not available, the Promoter reserves the right to substitute another prize for it, in its sole discretion, of equal or higher value.
35. By submitting your entry, you grant us a perpetual, worldwide, non-exclusive, royalty-free, sub-licensable and transferable license to use, reproduce, distribute, and make derivative works of your entry in any media and through any media channel.
36. If for any reason any aspect of this promotion is not capable of running as planned, including by reason of infection by computer virus, network failure, malware incident, bugs, tampering, unauthorised intervention, fraud, technical failures or any cause beyond the control of the Promoter which corrupts or affects the administration, security, fairness, integrity or proper conduct of this promotion, the Promoter may in its sole discretion cancel, terminate, modify or suspend the Promotion, or invalidate any affected entries.
37. The Promoter shall comply with all applicable requirements of the Data Protection Act 2018, The EU General Data Protection Regulation 2016 and any successor legislation or other applicable law. The personal information entrants provide will be used by the Promoter for the purpose of conducting this promotion and in accordance with the Promoters’ GDPR notice.
38. If any of these clauses should be determined to be illegal, invalid or otherwise unenforceable then it shall be severed and deleted from these Terms and Conditions and the remaining clauses shall survive and remain in full force and effect.
39. The Promoter shall not be liable for any loss, damage or consequential damage of any nature in contract, tort (including negligence) or otherwise caused by acceptance of the terms and conditions or in connection with the prize (to the extent permissible by law).
40. These Terms and Conditions are governed by Irish law and shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of the Republic of Ireland.