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Commanditaires

COMMANDITAIRES

  1. GENERAL RATE POLICY :
    1. Publisher reserves the right to change advertising rates upon 30 days notice and all contracts are subject to this reservation.
    2. All contracts are for a period of one year unless otherwise stated in the contract.
    3. A signed contract is required to earn any rate other than the “Open” rate. Cash or certified check may be requested with order until credit is approved.
    4. Rebates will be issued to advertiser at the end of contract period. Unfulfilled contracts will be short-rated to the rate earned.
    5. Cancellations will be accepted not later than 24 hours prior to insertion date, in writing.
    6. Credit for typographical errors will be allowed only for the first insertion.
    7. In the event of an error, liability will not be assumed for any claims exceeding the charge for the actual space occupied by the advertisement.
    8. All bills are due within 15 days of the billing date. suite »»» H-O General Rate Policy / H-O grille tarifaire

Nous afficherons bientôt une liste de commanditaires sur cette page. Veuillez contacter l’administration à l’adresse ci-bas, pour tout engagement publicitaire ou, pour toute commandite.


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