Thank you for visiting the website of Plantagenet Partners LLP (“Plantagenet”), which we hope you find useful. The following are the conditions that apply to all users of the site:
The site is designed with the laws of the United Kingdom in mind. We cannot comply at all times with the laws of all the other countries in the World, or even be aware of them, and users outside the United Kingdom should recognise this. These terms and conditions are governed by English law and you accept the jurisdiction of the Courts of England and Wales in the event of any dispute connected to the use of the site.
Nature of the Information
The content of the site is for general information only and should not be relied on as legal advice. No statement should be interpreted as an offer or solicitation to sell any product or service and while we make every effort to ensure information is accurate when posted, we do not give any assurance that it is accurate, current or complete at the time it is read.
Plantagenet asserts copyright in relation to all information and all images created by Plantagenet and its partners and employees and agents for use on the site (“site material”). Neither the name Plantagenet Partners LLP nor Plantagenet’s logo may be reproduced without permission. Site material may not be copied, downloaded or linked to, except with the permission of Plantagenet or for purely private and non-commercial purposes. You may not alter any site material or use it on another site without permission.
Plantagenet cannot accept liability for the suitability of any software or site material downloaded from the site for your software or hardware configuration and cannot be responsible for any damage to your system or any loss, damage or expense suffered by you as a result of incompatibility, interruptions to the site service, viruses or inaccuracies or incompleteness of any site material. Links to other websites may be provided from time to time as a service to users but we cannot guarantee that these links remain accurate and cannot accept any liability for damage or loss incurred by accessing or relying on sites maintained by third parties, which are outside Plantagenet’s control. We cannot be responsible for ensuring that emails are received by us or safely delivered to you.
Personal Data and “Cookies”
We treat any personal data we hold in relation to our clients in the strictest confidence and in accordance with data protection laws which apply to us in the United Kingdom and aim for the highest standards in encryption and storage of all confidential information. We will use contact details you provide us to contact you for purposes of our professional services and to give you information about developments that may be of interest to you. We will not, however, pass personal information to third parties for marketing purposes and if you request us by email we will stop storing and processing data relating to you. The site uses “cookies” – small files containing text information – to improve the usability of the site and avoid re-entering information. Cookies may contain information about you or your system. You can control this, however, through your browser settings. The IAB website www.allaboutcookies.orgexplains how you can block or delete cookies if you wish. Google Analytics collects information about users for statistical and marketing purposes in relation to this site, and many others, but identifies users by their IP address only and not by any personal identifying information. If you wish to prevent this, you can install Google’s “Opt-Out” tool on most browsers.
Relation to our General Terms and Conditions
If you instruct us and become a client of Plantagenet as a result of contacting us through the site, our General Terms and Conditions will apply. If there is any conflict between the Website Conditions and the General Terms and Conditions it is the General Terms and Conditions that govern the contract between us.