Event Cancellation Policy

This policy applies to events organised by IPAF (International Powered Access Federation, Moss End Business Village, Crooklands, Cumbria LA7 7NU, UK) and where registration is processed by IPAF and when there is a charge for participation. For example, but not limited to Europlatform, IPAF Asia Conference, IPAF Middle East Convention, IPAF Professional Development Seminars (PDS). For the IPAF Summit and IAPAs cancellation policy, please visit the event website.

Change of Participants
Organisations/companies may change the names of individuals on their booking until 3 days prior to the event start date, at no charge.

Cancellation by the Participant
Participants can cancel their registrations until 1 month prior to the event start date. Until that date, payments already received will be refunded (limited to the amount paid by the participants). However, a fee of £50/USD$50/€50 (in the currency the registration was originally made) will be charged to cover administration and banking costs. Refunds will be handled after the event.

In case of cancellation after 1 month prior to the event start date, a 25% refund will be made.
In case of cancellation after 1 week prior to the event start date, or in case of no-show, no refund will be made.

Cancellation by the Organiser
If the organiser cancels the event for any reason other than force majeure, registration fees are refunded to registered participants. However, refunds are limited to the amount paid by the participants. The organiser is not liable for any other loss or expenses incurred by participants as a consequence of the cancellation.

In the event that the event would be cancelled, postponed or relocated on account of fire, flood, riot, earthquake, civil commotion, decisions taken by the national and/or local authorities, weather conditions, strike, lock-out, labour disturbances, explosions, sabotage, accident, terrorism, war acts of God or any other causes or casualties beyond the control of the organiser, no refund shall be made. Participants waive all claims for damage in this case.