1.1) The following words have the following meanings:-
“Cash Allocation Rules” the rules issued by the University, as outlined under clause 3.6 below
“Customer Services Manager” contact via Studentlivingemail@example.com
“Codes” the DSRL Code and the University Code;
“Deposit” the payment of £50 that you will make to the Licensor at the time you apply for your accommodation.
“DSRL Code” the Derbyshire Student Residences Limited (DSRL) Code of Conduct, a copy of which can be viewed via your official offer letter.it is advisable to read these before entering into the Licence Agreement.
“Duration” the period of your occupation of the Room starting and ending on the dates stated in the Offer of Accommodation.
“Flat” the self-contained area within the Residence comprising the Room together with other student bedrooms, shower rooms, WC, kitchen and communal areas.
“Hall Manager” the person from time to time responsible for managing the Residence for Derbyshire Student Residences Limited and who can be contacted at the manager’s office located at the Residence.
“Instalment” an Instalment of the Residence Fee payable in accordance with clause 3.2
“Instalment Dates” the Instalment dates specified in the Offer of Accommodation and “Instalment Date” means any one of such dates. The Licensor will aim to align the Instalment Dates with the payment dates specified in connection with your student loan payments and, by way of example, the Instalment Dates will usually be around 10 working days after the relevant student loan payment date. Full details of the total amount payable by you will be as detailed in your Offer of Accommodation.
“Inventory” means the list of Room Items which will be [provided to you upon arrival at the Residence].
“Licence Agreement” means the terms and conditions laid out in these Licence Agreement Terms and Conditions, the Offer of Accommodation and the Codes.
“Licensor” Derbyshire Student Residences Limited of DRSL House, 126 Nuns Street, Derby DE1 3LQ, also referred to as “us” and “we” Derbyshire Student Residences Limited is [a wholly-owned subsidiary of the University of Derby].
“Offer of Accommodation” the document forming part of this Licence Agreement containing the specific details of the Licensor’s offer of a Room to you, the Duration, Deposit and the Residence Fee.
“Operations Manager” the person with direct line management responsibility for the Hall Manager and who can be contacted at Studentlivingfirstname.lastname@example.org
“Residence” the halls of residence specified in the Offer of Accommodation or such alternative residence that you are allocated under the terms of the Licence Agreement.
“Residence Fee” the residence fee specified in the Offer of Accommodation payable by you in the way described in clause 3, less the Deposit.
“Room” the room specified in the Offer of Accommodation or such alternative room that you are allocated under the terms of the Licence Agreement.
“Room Items” the items of furniture fittings and equipment within the Room provided for use by you as occupier of the Room.
“Shared Areas” all areas of the Residence and Flats which are provided by the Licensor for shared use by the occupiers of the Residence.
“Shared Items” the items of furniture fittings and equipment within the Shared Areas provided for use by all occupiers of the Residence.
“Suitable Replacement Person” is a person who is eligible to replace you as an occupant of the Room in the event that the Licence Agreement is terminated before the end of the Duration. A person will only be eligible if they are a Derby University student and they are not currently living in University or Derbyshire Student Residences Limited owned or managed accommodation. Eligibility will be determined by the Licensor acting reasonably. For example, a male student will not be eligible to move into a Room in accommodation that has been allocated to females only. Please contact the Customer Services Manager if you have any questions about who will be a Suitable Replacement Person.
“UDO System” means the online payment facility operated by the University, and which is made available at www.derby.ac.uk/services/finance/students/online-payments/
“University” University of Derby.
“University Code” the University’s rules and regulations which will form part of your contract for study with the University, being:
If you are unable to access the links above, please contact Studentlivingemail@example.com before accepting the Offer of Accommodation and we will send you a copy of the Code so that you can read these before entering into the Licence Agreement.
“You” you, the resident named in the Offer of Accommodation.
“Last Date of Attendance” means the last date on which you are recorded as having student status at the University by reference to the “Effective Date” shown within the Peoplesoft Computer Administration System or such other system as the University uses from time to time.
“Term 1” has the meaning given to it in your Offer of Accommodation and references to the last day of Term 1 are to the last day of Term 1 as shown in your Offer of Accommodation;
“Term 2” has the meaning given to it in your Offer of Accommodation and references to the last day of Term 2 are to the last day of Term 2 as shown in your Offer of Accommodation;
“Term 3” has the meaning given to it in your Offer of Accommodation and references to the last day of Term 3 are to the last day of Term 3 as shown in your Offer of Accommodation;
“Term 4” (where applicable) has the meaning given to it in your Offer of Accommodation and references to the last day of Term 4 are to the last day of Term 4 as shown in your Offer of Accommodation;
1.3) You will be responsible for ensuring that each of your visitors to the Residence also complies with the obligations set out in the Licence Agreement. If your visitor breaches these obligations, we may exercise our rights and take the actions outlined in clause 6 against you.
1.4) Any reference to the Residence includes a reference to the Room and the Flat (as appropriate).
1.5) Any termination of the Licence Agreement will not affect any pre-existing claims of either party against the other under the Licence Agreement.
1.6) The headings and punctuation used in these Terms and Conditions are for convenience only and will not be considered when interpreting the Licence Agreement.
1.7) Variations to the Licence Agreement can only be made as described in clause 11 in writing and must be signed by you and an authorised officer of Derbyshire Student Residences Limited or its agent.
1.8) During the Duration, we may transfer our responsibilities and/or obligations under the Licence Agreement to an approved contractor and will communicate any such change to you.
1.9) Any notice under the Licence Agreement:
- 1.9.1) Must be in writing and must be delivered personally or sent by pre-paid first-class post or special delivery or recorded delivery to the recipient at the following address:
- 18.104.22.168) Notices to us – Derbyshire Student Residences Limited at Deputy Director of Operations, DSRL House 126 Nuns Street, Derby DE1 3LQ or such other address as shall be notified to you; and
- 22.214.171.124) Notices to you – the Room and also the current alternative contact address which you must provide to us and update as necessary from time to time
1.9.2) is deemed to have been duly received:
- 1.9.3) If delivered personally, when left at the relevant address under clause 1.9.1; or
- 1.9.4) If sent by pre-paid first-class post or special delivery or recorded delivery, at 12pm two working days after posting.
1.9.5) Cannot be validly given if sent by e-mail.