IDCC BUILDING MAINTENANCE & USAGE POLICY
Our facility is cooperatively owned and shared by the member Churches of IDCC. The policy for management of this facility is intended to ensure orderly access by first, the church program of ministries; second, members of the church; third, regular attenders and finally, the broader Indian Christian community when you use the building, two simple rules of thumb should guide you: This building is a gift of God, and it represents the sacrificial giving of a lot of people. Use it joyfully for His glory, but do your best to take care of it. When you are done using the building, remember that others will follow who also want to use it to minister to people. Leave it in great shape, like you would want to find it if you were coming in to do a ministry!
GENERAL FACILITY POLICY
The facility is for Worship Purpose only, Facility usage must be coordinated with the church calendar and scheduled in advance with IDCC Administration by filling out a “Schedule of Worships” form. Upon receipt of a completed Building Usage Request form, a tentative “hold” will be placed. Notification will follow. Arrangements for obtaining permission from local authorities. Members and regular attenders are asked to do set-up, take down and cleanup of special event items. (See Maintenance Supervisor or IDCC Admin for instruction.) Operating and Maintaining Existing Facilities; The IDCC Chief Coordinator and those called to assist him as Council of Coordinators, Executive Committees, Technical Cell, Safety & Security Committees, Maintenance Committees and the member churches management are responsible for the use and care of existing facilities maintenance. Maintenance Coordination Committee helps advice each member church operate and maintain existing facilities. The Maintenance contractors are assigned to perform major repairs and routine building maintenance. The Maintenance Adviser also ensures that equipment and supplies are available for the contractors to use as they perform routine cleaning, repair and maintenance tasks. In consideration for the permission granted by State of Qatar to IDCC (the “Property Owner”) to use the IDCC property for worship, All the Property User (member churches and their faithful) assumes and accepts, to the fullest extent permitted by law, all risks of injury to itself and its guests, invitees, and licensees, whether to person or property, including but not limited to any injuries caused by the condition of the property, the use of the property by the Property User, or the ordinary negligence of the Property Owner. The Property User shall use the property for the above-described uses and for no other purposes, unless the Property Owner gives its prior written consent to another use.
The Property User shall promptly repair any damage to the property or the Property Owner’s improvements located thereon that are caused by the use of or entry onto the property by the Property User or its guests, invitees, or licensees. The Property User further agrees, to the fullest extent permitted by law, to indemnify, hold harmless, and defend the Property Owner, its affiliates, members, agents, servants, employees, officers, and representatives (the “Indemnities”) from any and all claims for injury or damage, whether to person or property, including damage or injury caused by the ordinary negligence of the Indemnities, arising or alleged to have arisen out of the condition of the property or the use of the property by the Property User, its guests, invitees, or licensees. The Property Owner makes no representations as to the fitness of the property for any particular purpose. The Property User accepts the property as is. The member churches represents and warrants that the Property User has currently in effect and will maintain the liability insurance described above, with the Property Owner named as an additional insured, and that the member churches is duly authorized to execute and deliver this agreement and thereby bind the Property User. This agreement shall be governed by the laws of the State of Qatar, without reference to conflict-of-laws principles. Should any provision of this agreement be deemed unenforceable, the remaining provisions shall continue in force. In any action to enforce this agreement, the prevailing party shall be entitled to its reasonable costs, including attorney’s fees.