Longmead Capital Limited – Terms and conditions relating to property introductions

Longmead Capital Limited (Longmead Capital) reserves the right to accept any introduction and/or appoint any introducer as its representative, in its absolute discretion. Your submission of an introduction of a property to Longmead Capital will constitute your agreement to and acceptance of this.

When an opportunity has been introduced to Longmead Capital, it reserves the right in its absolute discretion to select the most appropriate person or persons as its representative(s).

No communication (whether verbal or written) received or sent is capable of creating a binding agreement unless otherwise specifically agreed in writing by Longmead Capital.

Any acceptance of an introduction by Longmead Capital is expressly on the understanding and agreement that:

  • The introducer has no conflict of interest.
  • The introducer will only be representing Longmead Capital in relation to the acquisition of the property and the introducer specifically confirms that it will not be representing any other person in a competing bid for the relevant property.
  • The introducer’s fee is to be agreed by negotiation between the parties and will always be subject to Longmead Capital’s standard terms of engagement as displayed on this page.
  • In all instances Longmead Capital reserves the right to instruct additional parties. In situations when Longmead Capital instructs additional parties, that party’s fee will be allocated as part of the introducer’s fee.

Where Longmead Capital have rejected an introduction, it reserves the right to recognise a subsequent introduction of that relevant property by another party without being liable to the initial introducing party.

If a property has been introduced and rejected by Longmead Capital Limited, a re-submission of such property will be treated as a new introduction. This will need to be made on the same terms as the paragraphs above.

Any submission of an introduction of a property and/or opportunity will constitute your agreement to, and acceptance of, the above.