Terms & Conditions
No information on this website shall be construed as legal advice and information is offered for information purposes only. You should always seek advice from an appropriately qualified solicitor on any specific legal enquiry.
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Terms & Conditions of Use
By using this website you agree that you have read these terms & conditions and that you agree to them. If you do not agree to these terms & conditions you are not authorised to use this website.
Information on the website
Whilst every effort is made to update the information contained on this website, neither DPP Law Ltd nor any third party or data or content provider make any representations or warranties, whether express, implied in law or residual, as to the sequence, accuracy, completeness or reliability of information, opinions, research information, data and/or content contained on the website (including but not limited to any information which may be provided by any third party or data or content providers) (“information”) and shall not be bound in any manner by any information contained on the website. DPP Law Ltd reserves the right at any time to change or discontinue without notice, any aspect or feature of this website. No information shall be deemed as legal advice and it should be noted that any content on the website is offered for information purposes only. You rely on the information contained on this website at your own risk. If you find an error or omission at this site, please let us know.
The trade marks, names and logos (collectively “trade marks”) displayed on this website are trade marks of DPP Law Ltd. Nothing contained on this website should be construed as granting any licence or right to use any trade mark without the prior written permission of DPP Law Ltd.
External links are included for your convenience, but we accept no responsibility and are beyond our control and no representation is made to their content. Therefore, any use or reliance on any external links and their content is at your own risk. When visiting external links you must refer to that external websites terms & conditions of use.
All aspects of this website – design, text, graphics, applications, software, underlying source code and all other aspects – are copyright of DPP Law Ltd.
In accessing these web pages, you agree that any downloading of content is for personal, non-commercial reference only. No part of this web site may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without prior permission of DPP Law Ltd unless expressly stated otherwise.
Public forums and user submissions
DPP Law Ltd is not responsible for any material submitted to the public areas by you (which include bulletin boards, hosted pages, chat rooms, or any other public area found on the website. Any material (whether submitted by you or any other user) is not endorsed, reviewed or approved by DPP Law Ltd. DPP Law Ltd reserves the right to remove any material submitted or posted by you in the public areas, without notice to you in its sole and absolute discretion.
You further agree not to use the website to send or post any message or material that is unlawful, harassing, defamatory, abusive, indecent, threatening, harmful, vulgar, obscene, sexually orientated, racially offensive, profane, pornographic or violates any applicable law and you hereby indemnify DPP Law Ltd against any loss, liability, damage or expense of whatever nature which DPP Law Ltd or any third party may suffer which is caused by or attributable to, whether directly or indirectly, your use of the website to send or post any such message or material.
DPP Law Ltd makes no warranties, representations, statements or guarantees (whether express or implied in law) regarding the website, the information contained on the website, your personal information or material and information transmitted over our system.
Disclaimer of liability
DPP Law Ltd exclude to the extent lawfully permitted all liability for loss or damage, whether direct, indirect or consequential arising out of your use of or inability to use this website, or from any information or omission contained in this website. DPP Law Ltd do not exclude liability for death or personal injury arising from our negligence, our liability for fraudulent misrepresentation or any other liability which cannot be excluded or limited by law.
DPP Law Ltd try to ensure that the website is available at all times, we cannot guarantee this and will not be liable if for any reason the website is unavailable at any time or for any period.
Except where specifically stated in respect of on-line products, nothing in these pages constitutes either an offer, or legal or other professional advice and by using this Website you confirm that you have not relied on any such content.
Please note that although reasonable care is taken to ensure that the website and the materials available from it are virus-free, DPP Law Ltd cannot accept responsibility for any viruses which may affect any material you download.
You may not misuse the website (including, without limitation, by hacking, attempting to gain unauthorised access to the website or any server on which the website is stored, or by knowingly introducing viruses, trojans, worms, logic bombs or other material which is malicious or technologically harmful). You may not attack the website via a denial of service attack or a distributed denial of service attack.
By breaching this provision you may commit a criminal offence under the Computer Misuse Act 1990. DPP Law Ltd will report any such breach to the relevant law enforcement authorities and we will co-operate with those authorities by disclosing your identity to them. In the event of such a breach, your right to use the website will cease immediately.
We will not be liable for any loss or damage caused by a distributed denial of service attack, viruses or other technologically harmful material that may infect your computer equipment, computer programs, data or other proprietary material due to your use of the Website.
Use of the website
DPP Law Ltd do not make any warranty or representation that information on the website is appropriate for use in any jurisdiction (other than England and Wales). By accessing the website, you warrant and represent to DPP Law Ltd that you are legally entitled to do so and to make use of information made available via the website.
1 Entire Agreement
These website terms & conditions constitute the sole record of the agreement between you and DPP Law Ltd in relation to your use of the website. Neither you nor DPP Law Ltd shall be bound by any express tacit or implied representation, warranty, promise or the like not recorded herein. Unless otherwise specifically stated these website terms & conditions supersede and replace all prior commitments, undertakings or representations, whether written or oral, between you and DPP Law Ltd in respect of your use of the website.
DPP Law Ltd may at any time modify any relevant terms & conditions, policies or notices. You acknowledge that by visiting the website from time to time, you shall become bound to the current version of the relevant terms & conditions (the “current version”) and, unless stated in the current version, all previous versions shall be superseded by the current version. You shall be responsible for reviewing the then current version each time you visit the website.
Where any conflict or contradiction appears between the provisions of these website terms & conditions and any other relevant terms & conditions, policies or notices, the other relevant terms & conditions, policies or notices which relate specifically to a particular section or module of the website shall prevail in respect of your use of the relevant section or module of the website
No indulgence or extension of time which either you or DPP Law Ltd may grant to the other will constitute a waiver of or, whether by estoppel or otherwise, limit any of the existing or future rights of the grantor in terms hereof, save in the event or to the extent that the grantor has signed a written document expressly waiving or limiting such rights.
DPP Law Ltd shall be entitled to cede, assign and delegate all or any of its rights and obligations in terms of any relevant terms & conditions, policies and notices to any third party.
All provisions of any relevant terms & conditions, policies and notices are, notwithstanding the manner in which they have been grouped together or linked grammatically, severable from each other. Any provision of any relevant terms & conditions, policies and notices, which is or becomes unenforceable in any jurisdiction, whether due to voidness, invalidity, illegality, unlawfulness or for any reason whatever, shall, in such jurisdiction only and only to the extent that it is so unenforceable, be treated as if they had not been written and the remaining provisions of any relevant terms & conditions, policies and notices shall remain in full force and effect.
7 Applicable laws
Any relevant terms & conditions, policies and notices shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of England and Wales without giving effect to any principles of conflict of law. You hereby consent to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Courts of England and Wales in respect of any disputes arising in connection with the website, or any relevant terms & conditions, policies and notices or any matter related to or in connection therewith.
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