Apartment Association of Greater Los Angeles (AAGLA) Event Registration, Cancellation, and Refund Policy


Once enrolled, there are no refunds, including for purchases of webinars, events, classes, and seminars (collectively, “Events”), either online or in-person.

In the event  AAGLA must cancel or postpone an Event, a full or partial refund will be offered.  Any decision to cancel or postpone an Event shall be at AAGLA's sole discretion and upon such occurrence, registrants shall not be entitled to any other compensation or to any other rights, remedies or damages resulting from such postponement or cancellation.

The above policies apply to members and non-members of AAGLA. Please thoroughly read all information provided or otherwise made available.


1.  Cancellation: Once enrolled and paid, there are no refunds, including on Admission, Green Fees, or Sponsorship of the Golf Tournament (Tournament)

2. General Rules & Conditions:

(i.) Only two riders and two golf bags per golf cart (unless otherwise allowed by the golf course). All participants must observe the safety rules printed in the golf cart or otherwise provided by AAGLA or the golf course, and must drive with caution as golf course conditions allow.

(ii.) Each participant must have a set of clubs or may rent clubs from the Golf Shop subject to availability. Despite any lack of availability of golf clubs for rent from the Golf Shop or otherwise, no refund will be given.

(iii.) Participants agree to utilize best efforts to keep up with the group playing in front of them.

(iv.) Participants are required to adhere to the Dress Code. Please ask the golf course representative for a copy of the dress code or review the dress code online at https://www.debellgolf.com/ . The course is a “soft spike” property.

(v.) All participants must be aged 21+.

3. Personal Property / Proper Conduct / Indemnity:

Neither AAGLA nor its agents guarantee the security of any personal property, and you and each person using the facilities is required to take precautions against theft and to properly secure all articles of personal property. You agree that AAGLA and its agents are not responsible for or liable for articles damaged, lost, or stolen in or around the golf facilities or in any way in connection with the Tournament.

You are responsible for the proper conduct and attire of all participants, use and care of the golf course, clubhouse facilities, equipment, and golf carts.  You are also responsible for any injuries to people, or damage to property, equipment and golf carts caused by you during the Tournament.

You agree to promptly pay for all injuries to persons and damage to property caused by your negligence or otherwise upon presentation of the applicable charges. You agree to indemnify, defend and hold harmless AAGLA, its partners, employees, agents, officers, directors, affiliates and independent contractors from and against any and all damages, losses, claims, costs, actions, liabilities, injuries, suits or allegations (collectively, “claims”), in whole or in part arising directly or indirectly from (i) your actions or the actions of any participant or guest of your event, or any of your employees or agents, or (ii) any breach of this Agreement by you, except to the extent such claims are caused by our sole gross negligence or willful misconduct. Except as stated in the preceding sentence, neither AAGLA nor you shall be liable to the other for any incidental, consequential, indirect, special, or punitive damages. 

AAGLA, its agents, and/or the management of the golf course reserve the right to remove anyone from the property who engages in disruptive, violent, profane, intoxicated or abusive behavior.

4.  Sponsorships and Sponsors:

 (i.) Sponsor Setup / Hours: The course and clubhouse will be available to the Sponsors at a time specified in the Sponsor Kit. All exhibits and furnishings must be confined to the limits of the areas designated by AAGLA. Sponsors will be notified not less than seven (7) days before the Tournament of specific dates and time for move-in and move-out.

(ii.) Special Utilities: Electrical, gas, water, internet, telephone, and other such services that may be required by Sponsor are provided only when the Sponsor orders and agrees to pay for such utilities specifically from the authorized service contractor to supply such services in conformity with city, insurance and other requirements. Upon written request, AAGLA will provide information about the authorized service contractor.

(iii.) Space Assignment: All spaces shall be assigned by AAGLA in consultation with the golf course management. Sponsors shall not assign, sublet, or apportion any part of the space assigned. The space location may be moved at the discretion of AAGLA and/or golf course management.

 (iv) Default of Occupancy: Should Sponsor fail to participate and/or remit payment as contracted, Sponsor shall not be relieved of its obligation to pay full Sponsorship fees. If the Sponsor fails to occupy the space by 8:00 a.m. on the day of the Tournament, such space may be rented, relocated and/or assigned to another Sponsor or used for other purposes within the sole discretion of either AAGLA or the golf course management.

(v.) Rescheduling the Tournament/Force Majeure: Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in this agreement, if for any reason beyond AAGLA’s reasonable control, including but not limited to strikes, lockouts, labor disputes, acts, regulations, orders of government authorities, civil disorder, disasters, acts of war, rebellion, riots, acts of terrorism, civil unrest, epidemics, quarantine, public health restrictions, public health advisories, acts of God, fires, earthquakes, storms, flood, power outages, emergency conditions, casualty, or any delay in necessary and essential repairs of Course facilities (collectively, “Force Majeure Event”), AAGLA is unable to perform our obligations in connection with the Tournament and/or the golf facilities are otherwise unavailable for use in connection with the Tournament, AAGLA shall have the right to suspend or cancel its obligations upon notice, and AAGLA shall not be liable for such non-performance due to the Force Majeure Event. 

A suspension pursuant to a Force Majeure Event per the terms of the previous paragraph shall give AAGLA the option to reschedule the Tournament, such option to be exercised, if at all, by notice to Sponsor within one month following the end of any such suspension.  In the event AAGLA cancels the Tournament and Sponsor requests a refund of monies paid, AAGLA reserves the right to retain such portion of the Admission and Sponsorship fees as shall be required to compensate AAGLA for expenses incurred up to the time such Force Majeure Event shall have occurred. If such Force Majeure Event occurs, any remaining deposits and/or payments will be applied to the next rescheduled Tournament.

 (vi.) Compliance with Local Laws: Sponsor and its agents, employees and representatives will, at all times, comply with all federal, state, city and local laws and ordinances. Sponsor shall be responsible for obtaining any and all licenses, permits or approvals required under the state or local law applicable to Sponsor’s particular activity at the show. Sponsor shall also be responsible for obtaining tax identification numbers all taxes, license fees or other charges that may become due to any government authority in connection with the Sponsor’s activity. Contractors are required to have a current California Contractors license. Sponsor’s handling food of any type are required to notify and seek approval from AAGLA and have an appropriate health permit.

(vii.) Collection: If suit is instituted to collect past due monies, Sponsor agrees to pay the actual cost and expenses of collection in addition to court costs and reasonable attorneys’ fees and costs together with interest on such amount at the maximum rate permitted by law.

 (viii.) No Representation: AAGLA and its agents make no representation or warranty regarding the success of the Tournament, including but not limited to the attendance, Sponsor participation, weather, or the success of Sponsor’s participation.

5. Applicable Law: This Agreement is governed by the laws of the State of California and any action brought hereunder shall be filed in the County of Los Angeles, California.


Check or electronic check payments returned for non-sufficient funds, stop payment requests, declined credit cards or a closed account will result in a $50.00 Returned Check Fee.


1.  Collection of Registration Information:

(i.)  AAGLA collects registration information from customers, clients, members, or participants for the purpose of organizing and managing events, programs, or activities.

(ii.) Registration information may include personal details such as name, contact information, job title, and company affiliation.

2.  Confidentiality and Security:

(i.)  All registration information collected by AAGLA shall be treated as confidential and stored securely.

(ii.)  Access to registration information shall be limited to authorized personnel who require it for the purpose of event management and communication.

3.  Use of Registration Information:

(i.)  AAGLA shall use registration information for the purpose of organizing and managing events, programs, or activities and marketing membership in AAGLA.

(ii.)  Registration information shall not be shared, sold, or used for any other commercial purpose, except with the explicit consent of the individual or as required by law.

4.  Consent and Opt-Out:

(i.)  AAGLA shall seek the explicit consent of individuals before using their registration information for any purpose other than event management or marketing membership in AAGLA.

(ii.)  Participants shall have the option to opt-out of any future communication or use of their registration information for marketing purposes.

5.  Compliance with Privacy Laws:

(i.) AAGLA shall comply with all applicable privacy laws and regulations regarding the collection, use, and protection of registration information.

(ii.) Any changes to this policy shall be made in accordance with the requirements of relevant privacy laws.

6.  Data Retention:

(i.) Registration information shall be retained by AAGLA for as long as necessary to fulfill the purpose for which it was collected, or as required by law.

(ii.) Upon request, individuals shall have the right to access, correct, or delete their registration information held by AAGLA.

6.  Violation of the Policy:

Any violation of this policy may result in disciplinary action, up to and including termination or legal consequences, as deemed appropriate by AAGLA. This policy shall be reviewed periodically to ensure its continued relevance and compliance with applicable laws and best practices. Any necessary revisions shall be approved by AAGLA.