Ownership, intellectual property rights and legal terms and conditions of viewing this website
1.0 Operational ownership
1.1 This content of this website is owned by MAAP Consultants Ltd (the Company) located at 44 Willow Way, Chriscturch, Dorset, BH23 1LA.
1.3 Correspondence concerning the content of this website should be sent to: MAAP Consultants Ltd at the address above.
1.4 Telephone inquiries concerning the content of this website can be made to telephone number +44(0)1202 474545 during normal office hours, Monday to Friday.
2.0 Acceptance of terms and conditions
2.1 By accessing and continuing to use any part of this website, visitors shall be deemed to have accepted and be bound by the following terms and conditions.
2.2 The terms shall be governed by, and enforced in accordance with English Law.
2.3 This agreement represents the complete agreement and understanding between the Company and any visitor to this site.
2.4 Any new features added to the site in the future, shall be subject to the same terms and conditions, unless otherwise stated.
3.1 The site was designed by Signatures Ltd, and all copyright and intellectual property rights to the design, underlying software, imagery and text content are reserved and non-transferable.
3.2 Visitors are permitted to print and download extracts from this site, provided:
(i). No documents or related graphics on this site are modified in any way.
(ii). The content of this site is for personal use of a non-commercial nature.
(iii). No attempt is made to derive income from the republishing of the content.
3.3 No part of this website can be reproduced or stored in any public or private retrieval system or service, including other third party websites without the express written permission of the Company.
3.4 Parts of this website are driven by code protected by third party ownership rights. Their individual trademarks, copyright and intellectual property rights are duly acknowledged. Visitors to this site must exercise all reasonable steps to protect those third party rights.
4.1 This notice applies to how we apply the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) in respect of any personal information you may supply us as a result of accessing this website.
4.3 You may choose to use our contact form to supply us with information that identifies you personally. This information may include individual or business names, address and contact information.
4.4 We will only use the information you provide us to deal with and if appropriate reply to your specific inquiry.
4.5 We will not continue to store your personal information beyond the point we have satisfactorily dealt with your inquiry unless you give your written permission for us to do so. The one exception is the retention of your business name, address and contact details recorded in any sales invoices and service agreements we may subsequently raise for providing you with our future services. Such invoices will be stored securely in both electronic and hard-copy formats within our administrative software systems and secure office filing systems for the time required by the terms agreements entered into and/or Statute, whereupon they will be responsibly erased or securely destroyed.
4.6 We will not knowingly share your personal information with any third party, unless you have given written permission for us to do so, or we are required by law to share that information with government or law-enforcing agencies.
4.7 To prevent unauthorised access, maintain data accuracy, and ensure the appropriate use of information, we have put in place appropriate physical, electronic, and managerial procedures reasonably designed to safeguard and secure the information you may have supplied us as a result of visiting this website. To maintain security, we do rely upon the integrity and security of third party software and Internet service providers over which neither party to this agreement exercises any control over. In providing information as a result using this website, you accept and indemnify the Company against any claims for the loss of privacy during the electronic transmission of that data across the Internet and the unavoidable storage of your personal data in a secure Online database where we have taken reasonable precautions to ensure its continuing security.
4.8 We use proprietary encryption methods are used to ensure that all data transmitted between your computer and our servers is encrypted.
4.9 We will never store or retain any debit or credit card information provided to us to allow us to take payments for the services our Company may provide you in the future as a result of visiting this website.
4.10 We retain the bank account details of suppliers and other agencies we are accustomed to making regular payments to in secure Online, third-party accounting and banking software. We regularly review our accounting and banking systems and delete redundant payment information.
4.11 For the purposes of the GDPR, the Company's data handling is processed by the Company, registered with the Information Commissioner's Office under the Data Protection Registration Reference ZA032689.
5.1 Information published on this website is intended to provide general guidance on matters of interest to visitors. The reader should independently verify the accuracy and relevance of any information provided here, before using it.
5.2 Any one that uses the information published in this site, does so entirely at their own risk. In relying upon the information, the user indemnifies this Company and the authors against any claims or legal proceedings that may arise from that use.
5.3 The interpretation of law, and the application of regulation is rarely straightforward. The general guidance given on this website may not be appropriate to the specific circumstances the reader may find themselves in.
5.4 For these reasons, the information provided here should not be used as a substitute for consultation with a professional adviser. It is only after all the facts pertaining to the reader's specific situation is considered, can the correct professional advice be given.
5.5 The information is provided on this site with the understanding that this Company and the authors are not herein engaged in rendering any professional advice or services. This Company will be pleased to render those services once the user has established direct contact with us, and all the facts have been disclosed to us.
5.6 This Company and the authors are not liable to the user of the information found on this site, either in contract, tort (including negligence) or otherwise for direct or indirect loss of profits, business or anticipated savings, nor for any indirect or consequential loss or damage arising from the reader relying upon information contained in this site.
5.7 Each provision of this disclaimer statement to exclude or limit liability, operates separately. If any part is held by a court to be unreasonable or inapplicable, the other parts shall continue to apply.
6.1 We make every reasonable attempt to make the content of this website accessible to all visitors.
6.6 If you experience difficulty accessing this website, or have a question that you wish to ask about our accessibility policy, then please call our accessibility officer, Ralph Elliott-King on 01202 474545 and we shall do our best to help you.
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