Terms of Service
Please read the following terms carefully as use of the www.wallacelegal.co.uk site means that you agree to them.
1. USE OF THIS SITE
The rights in the designs, pictures, logos, photographs and content of this site are owned by or licensed to Wallace Lega. They are protected by copyright, trademarks and other intellectual property rights. You may not copy, reproduce, modify, distribute, republish, display, post or transmit any part of this site without the written permission of Wallace Legal. You may view or print individual pages only for your own personal use.
We try to ensure the accuracy of all of the content. However, we do not accept any liability for the use made by you of the content. The content of this site should only be used for information purposes and you should not rely on it to make (or refrain from making) any decision or take (or refrain from taking) any action. The site is for your personal use and is not to be used for any commercial purpose. As a result, Wallace Legal will not be responsible in any circumstances for your loss of profits. Wallace Legal will also not be responsible for any loss including wasted expenditure, corruption or destruction of data unless the loss results from something Wallace Legal has done wrong. Wallace Legal is not liable for any damages or losses resulting from your inability to use this site. Wallace Legal cannot promise that the site will be uninterrupted or entirely error free. Because of the nature of the internet, the site is provided on an “as available” basis. Wallace Legal will not be responsible to you if we are unable to provide the site for any reason beyond our control.
3. DATA PROTECTION AND PRIVACY
4. CHANGES TO THE TERMS
Wallace Legal may change the site or these terms at any time. If you use the site after Wallace Legal has changed the terms you will be bound by the new terms.
5. GOVERNING LAW AND JURISDICTION
These terms and your use of this site are governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of England and Wales and any disputes will be decided only by the Courts of England and Wales.