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TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF USE

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* By choosing to order copies of the Irish Independent using this website, you will be providing us with some level of personal information relating to you and your school. This information will only be used by schools.independent.ie for :-

* the purposes for which it was provided by you;

* verification purposes and statistical analysis;

* To provide you with details of educational products or promotions being provided or run by the Irish Independent/Independent News & Media plc that contain material relevant to Education if you so choose to opt in to our marketing list.

Delivery - delivery of copies can be made directly to the school or to a nominated newsagent in your area.. All non deliveries/shortages must be communicated immediately to our customer care dept. on 023-886-3968 or schoolorders@independent.ie in order to arrange replacements/credit.

If delivery is directly to the school, you must provide Independent Newspapers with details of a secure, dry drop off point at the school that is accessible to our drivers pre 6am.. No responsibility will be held for missing newspapers following a confirmed delivery by a carrier. Payment must be made to Newspread Ltd. in the form of cheque, bank draft or postal order posted to: Newspread Ltd., 2023 Bianconi Avenue, Citywest Business Campus, Naas Road, Co. Dublin. Please reference school roll number, product and quantity ordered on back of cheque. Card payments are also accepted and details will be provided once order is processed.

Schools, who choose to nominate a local agent for delivery of papers must confirm and ensure agentholds an existing Newspread account. Ticking the newsagent confirmation box in the 'ordering section' is proof that consent has been granted by the newsagent to the school/teacher in question to act as a delivery agent. Payment must be made to Newspread Ltd.

Payment - must be made directly to Newspread Ltd.

Payment must be made to Newspread Ltd. (part of INM plc) in the form of cheque, bank draft or postal order made out to Newspread Ltd. and posted to Independent House, Att. Schools Section, 27-32 Talbot Street, Dublin 1. Please reference school roll number, product and quantity ordered on back of cheque.

Bank transfers/card payments are also accepted and details will be included on invoice received once your order has been processed.

Governing Law

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