Terms and Conditions – Services form

TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR MAKING A NEW BOOKING

At Nude Maid Cleaning, we are committed to providing confidential, high-quality clothes-free cleaning services. We make customer satisfaction our top priority. The confidentiality of our customers is of the utmost importance to us. Our cleaners are very professional, and the cleaner will leave your house clean and tidy so that you don’t have to do that yourself.

RECITAL

A.      The provider is a company registered to provide nude cleaning services to clients utilising independent contractors (“hereinafter referred to as Bodysuit Cleaners, Nude Cleaners or simply Cleaners”).

B.      Client wishes to engage the Provider to supply such services at the Client’s premises on the terms of this agreement and those of the Client Safeguarding Policies and Procedures to be provided to the Client.

This agreement for nude cleaning services between the Client and AMANDA'S CLEANING LIMITED, a limited liability company number 11364103/16.05.2018, registered under the laws of England and Wales, and of address 11 Crescent Road N153LJ, London, United Kingdom (“Provider”) is made and entered into upon the booking’s day. 

Client’s property, (“Property”) will be cleaned by Provider’s Contractors in accordance with the following terms.

 

SCOPE OF SERVICE

The cleaning services to be provided to the Client will be varied as the client may require from time to time and will be communicated to the Client at the time of booking the services.

Notwithstanding the provisions of the paragraph above, the Cleaners are allowed to carry out the following exclusive light cleaning duties: dusting, general tidying, vacuuming, watering plants, making beds, washing, drying up, using washing machines, ironing, polishing, sweeping floors, cooking.

Cleaners shall not carry out the following duties or any other duties not specifically listed above: cleaning windows, unblocking drains, cleaning ovens, emptying bins, cleaning toilets,  leaning of any areas that pose a risk to health and safety, services that require the use of strong chemicals, end of tenancy cleaning services, excessive lifting of heavy items and any other heavy or risky tasks that may be considered so by the Provider at Provider’s sole discretion.

This agreement does not cover any extra services, either of a cleansing nature, sexual or any other nature. Soliciting of Cleaners by the Client for extra services will be considered material breach and will lead to immediate termination of this agreement among other legal remedies that may accrue.

 

TERM

This agreement shall renew automatically from year to year unless terminated by either party by giving the other 30 days’ termination notice. The provider may terminate the agreement at any time and without notice for material breach by the Client.

 

PAYMENT

 

The Bodysuit Cleaning service is provided by one of our maids and the rate is £55 per hour with £45 per additional hour.

 

The Nude Cleaning service is provided by one of our nude maids and the rate is £65 per hour with £55 per additional hour.

The Client will pay an advance 30% booking fee to the Provider by PayPal, which will be paid at the moment you confirm the booking.

CLIENT CONDITIONS AND CONDUCT 

This nude cleaning service is available only to clients over the age of 21 years old and who possess adequate legal proof of age. The Provider reserves the right to refuse or withdraw the services where Provider reasonably believes the Client to be underage.  

The Client must be physically present on the premises when the requested cleaning services are being performed. The Provider strictly prohibits the presence of additional guests other than the occupant of the premises when the cleaner is present. During the booking for services, the Client should inform the Provider if more than one person resides in the premises and the Provider reserves the right to decline approval of Services in certain circumstances. 

During the cleaning process, the Client reserves the right to either wear clothes or be nude, always provided that the Client is under a strict obligation not to make any physical and/or sexual contact with the Cleaner. A breach of this condition will be treated as the material breach, upon which the Cleaner will be entitled to leave immediately. The Provider will also be entitled to terminate this Agreement without prejudice to any other additional legal remedies that may occur therein either to the Cleaner or the Provider. 

The use of drugs and alcohol by the Client prior or during the cleaning period is specifically prohibited. The Client shall also not offer drugs or alcohol to the Cleaners. 

Any form of photography or recording during cleaning services is prohibited. 

The Client hereby acknowledges that any breach of the conditions in clause above is a criminal offence that will be reported to the police and law enforcement authorities immediately. For the avoidance of doubt, any defence of Consent by the Client in such circumstances is specifically waived. 

 

PRODUCTS   

A contractor will use Client’s own products and supplies. Should Client require the use of special products, Client must notify Provider before cleaning begins.  

Cleaning products must be supplied in original packaging 

 

ACCESS REQUIREMENT 

The Client will allow Provider’s Contractors access to the Property, and to all areas of the Property scheduled to be cleaned as noted under Scope of Service, at the scheduled upon a time. Failure to do so allows Provider to treat the failure as a material breach subject to which the Client will be liable for the full amount as billed, and additionally, the Provider reserves the right to terminate the contract. 

 

DISCRIMINATION AND DIVERSITY 

The Provider maintains a diverse workforce and will make necessary attempts to retain and widen the diversity. The Recruitment and Selection procedures have been formulated in accordance with current legislation and this policy. Provider aims to recruit the most suitable person for the job based on their skills and complies withal relevant legislation with respect to diversity and discrimination. Although the  Client retains the right to choose a Contractor, he may not reject a Contractor based on any grounds that may be considered discriminatory under the current legislation. 

The Provider aims to create a culture in which all Contractors are treated with dignity and respect. Contractors and staff are encouraged to report situations where they feel they have been bullied, harassed or victimized at work and the Provider actively promotes its commitment to challenging inappropriate or discriminatory behaviour. The Client shall be bound by these principles of dignity at work. 

 

ABUSE 

Abuse is a violation of an individual’s human and civil rights by any other person or persons and may result in significant harm to, or exploitation of, the person subjected to the abuse.  

The following list is an example of the types of abuse or harms the Contractors may encounter at the Client’s premises and which are hereby prohibited. This is not an exhaustive list: 

physical abuse or violence, including hitting, shaking, throwing, slapping, pushing, kicking, poisoning or the giving or supply of illegal drugs, misuse of medication, burning, scalding, drowning, suffocating, restraint or otherwise causing physical harm, or inappropriate sanctions; 

sexual abuse, rape and sexual assault or sexual acts to which the Vulnerable Adult has not consented, or could not consent or was pressured into consenting; the activities may be physical or non-physical for example involving Vulnerable Adults in looking at, or in the production of, sexual images.  

 psychological abuse, including emotional abuse, threats of harm or abandonment, deprivation of contact, humiliation, blaming, controlling, intimidation, coercion, harassment, verbal abuse, isolation or withdrawal from services or supportive networks; 

Financial abuse, including theft, fraud, non-payment for services, exploitation, or the misuse or misappropriation of property, possessions or benefits; 

physical or emotional neglect and acts of omission, including ignoring medical or physical care needs, failure to protect a Vulnerable Adult from physical or emotional danger or to ensure adequate supervision, failure to provide access to social services if needed, the withholding of necessities such as medication,  heating, and other benefits. 

discriminatory abuse, including racist, sexist, ageist abuse based on a person’s disability, and other forms of harassment, slurs or similar treatment. 

internet/electronic abuse, the use of modern communication technologies (e.g. Internet, text or video messaging, e-mail, chat rooms, social media networking sites) to embarrass, humiliate, threaten, intimidate or bully an individual in an attempt to gain power and control over them. 

The Provider’s policy on abuse is a strict one and any violation of the same will be deemed a legal offence which will be immediately reported to the law enforcement agencies. The Client in such circumstances hereby agrees to indemnify and hold the Provider harmless in relation to any claims, loss or damage owing to the Client’s breach of this policy. 

  

PROTECTING CHILDREN 

The provider is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. As a consequence Provider has taken the view that clothes free cleaning services will not be provided to clients under the age of 21 years old. In addition, no other persons (except the client) whether over 21 years old or not can't be present during clothes free cleaning. The Client recognises that the Client has an exclusive duty to avoid situations where indecent exposure, abuse or neglect might be alleged. 

The client will ensure that the work area for clothes free cleaning is cordoned off and or controlled in such a way to ensure that no other persons can access the area whether they are over 21 years old or not. 

The Client acknowledges that allowing children to access the area during clothes free cleaning services may be committing a criminal offence.  Where this occurs the Contractor and the Provider will report the incident to the police. And any other relevant authorities.  

 

DISCLOSURE AND USE OF INFORMATION 

The Client hereby consents to any disclosure of information held by the Provider to law enforcement authorities for any of the breaches of duty outlined in the attached Contract in accordance with the Police Act 1997 and the Data Protection Act 1998.

 

GENERAL PROHIBITED CLIENT CONDUCT

Not to encourage or participate in an intimate and/or sexual relationship with the Contractors 

Not to engage in inappropriate physical or sexually provocative behaviour with vulnerable with the Cleaners. 

Not to make sexually suggestive or lewd comments to a Contractor, even in fun. 

Not to develop relationships with a Contractor which could in any way be deemed exploitive or abusive. 

Not to act in ways that may be deemed abusive or may place Contractor at a risk of abuse. 

Not to physically hit a Contractor, reduce them to tears as a form of control, or intentionally shame, humiliate, belittle or degrade them. 

Not to allow Contractors to engage in unacceptable behaviour or use offensive or discriminatory language without being challenged. 

Not to expose Contractors to environments or circumstances or allow them to engage in activities that compromise their health or personal safety. 

Not to condone or participate in the behaviour of Contractors, which is illegal, abusive or exposes anyone to any degree of danger or risk (that may or may not lead to injury, distress or illness). 

Not to create or access any form of pornography, including via the internet, which may be accessed by Contractors during the performance of their services. 

Not to be intoxicated, use or offer alcohol or any form of drugs to the Contractor whilst in the promises. 

 

SAFETY PROVISIONS 

It is the Client’s responsibility to ensure maximum safety and safeguarding of the cleaners whilst inside Client’s premises. The Client shall be entirely responsible and shall indemnify and hold harmless the Provider for any safety-related claims, including harassment claims. 

The Cleaners will be required to call the Provider’s head office from the Client’s house 5 minutes after arrival, 30 minutes after arrival and when the cleaning services have been concluded. The Client shall allow the Cleaner use of, and an opportunity to make the calls as a mandatory practice. 

Client shall brief the Cleaners in a clear manner of any Safety procedures and conditions that the client should observe in the carrying out of the assigned duties. 

The Client is responsible for the provision of all cleaning materials, products, and equipment.  Any cleaning products must be supplied in their original packaging.  The Contractor will not use harsh cleaning products such as bleach or oven cleaners. 

The client is responsible for ensuring the safety of any equipment which must be maintained and appropriately. 

The Client is responsible for the safety of the premises and has a legal liabilities and duties under the common law (duty of care) and the Occupiers Liability Act.  

The client will not ask the Contractor to move heavy items or to work at height. 

 

CANCELLATION POLICY 

In the event Client needs to cancel a scheduled cleaning appointment twenty-four (24) hour notice is required. Notice may be given via phone or email. The client will be given a free choice to rearrange booking to another date. The booking fee is nonrefundable.  

Cancelling more than three (3) consecutive cleanings, or more will be deemed a material breach and allow Provider to cancel the contract. 

In the event Provider needs to cancel a scheduled cleaning appointment, Provider shall apply the best endeavour to give at least twenty-four (24) hour notice to Client. In the event the Provider is not able to provide cleaning service, the booking fee will be refunded in full. 

 

CONFIDENTIALITY 

The Client will keep the identity and any confidential information relating to the Cleaners in confidence and shall not disclose such information to any third party. 

The Provider will keep the identity and any confidential information relating to the Client in confidence and shall not disclose it to a third party without prior approval, other than for purposes of law enforcement. 

 

 APPLICABLE LAW AND JURISDICTION 

The terms of this agreement will be governed by the laws of England and Wales. Due to the sensitivity of this agreement, an independent arbitrator appointed by the agreement of the parties, being a lawyer, will have first jurisdiction over any case or controversy arising from or relating to this agreement, Provider or any services provided by Provider, other than claims of a criminal nature which will lie directly with the courts. The arbitration award will be binding and enforceable upon the parties. Appeals on the arbitration award will lie to the Court. 

Each Client consents irrevocably to personal jurisdiction by the arbitrator with respect to any matters and waives the right to seek a court remedy. 

 

ASSIGNMENT  

The rights and obligations created for Client under this agreement may not be assigned to any other party. 

 

INDEMNIFICATION  

Client agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the Provider and its Contractors, employees, members, successors, and assigns, from any claims, liabilities, losses, damages, and expenses asserted against Client and arising out of the indemnifying party’s negligence, willful misconduct, and negligent performance of, or failure to perform, any of its duties or obligations under this Agreement.  

 

FORCE MAJEURE 

PROVIDER and any of its Contractors shall not be deemed to be in breach of this agreement for any delay or failure in performance caused by reasons out of its reasonable control, including acts of God or a public enemy; natural calamities; failure of a third party to perform; changes in the laws or regulations; actions of any civil, military or regulatory authority; power outage or other disruptions of communication methods or any other cause which would be out of the reasonable control of PROVIDER. 

 

SEVERANCE 

In the event that one or more of the provisions of this agreement shall be found unenforceable, illegal or invalid, it shall not affect any other provisions of this agreement, and this agreement shall be construed as if the provision found to be unenforceable, illegal or invalid had never been contained in the agreement, or the unenforceable, illegal or invalid provision shall be construed, amended and/or reformed to be made enforceable, legal and valid. 

 

WAIVER OF CONTRACTUAL RIGHT 

The failure of either party to enforce any provision of this Contract shall not be construed as a waiver or limitation of that party’s right to subsequently enforce and compel strict compliance with every provision of this Contract. 

 

ENTIRE AGREEMENT 

This Contract forms the entire agreement between the parties, and there are no other promises or conditions in any other agreement whether oral or written concerning the subject matter of this Contract. This Contract supersedes any prior written or oral agreements between the parties. 

 

DECLARATION: THE CLIENT DECLARES HAVING READ AND UNDERSTOOD THE TERMS OF THIS POLICY AND ACCEPTS TO BE LEGALLY BOUND BY THE SAME 

For any further information regarding the rules and conditions, you can visit our FAQ page. Also, you can either call us or email us if you have any other questions. You will also be given all the details when you book our services.