1.Use of the site:

The content of the Site is for general guidance only and should not therefore be regarded as constituting legal or other advice or an offer to provide legal services and should not be relied on as such. Content relating to the law and legal developments featured on this Site are based upon the laws of England and Wales unless otherwise expressly stated. If you need legal advice on a specific matter please contact us.

Morrish Solicitors LLP makes no warranties, representations or undertakings about:-

  1. any of the content of this Site (including, without limitation, any as to the quality, accuracy, completeness or fitness for any particular purpose of such content); or
  2. any content of any other web site referred to or accessed by hypertext link through this Site (“3rd party site”).
    Morrish Solicitors LLP does not endorse or approve the content of any 3rd party site, nor will Morrish Solicitors LLP have any liability in connection with any of them (including, but not limited to, liability arising out of any allegation that the content of any 3rd party site infringes any law or the rights of any person or entity).

Reproduction of part or all of the contents in any form is prohibited, unless for non-commercial private use. None of the contents of this Site may be copied or otherwise incorporated into or stored in any other web site, electronic retrieval system, publication or other work in any form (whether hard copy, electronic or otherwise). For the avoidance of doubt; deep-linking to, or framing of this Site or any part of it is not permitted without express permission.

You may not create a link to this site from another website or document without Morrish Solicitors LLP prior written consent.
You may not adapt, alter, modify, rent, lease, sell, distribute or create derivative works of any content on the Site at any time for operational, regulatory, legal or other reasons. We may terminate your use of the Site with immediate effect if you breach any of these Terms.

2. Information you provide to us

Your privacy is important to us. By providing personal information such as your name and e-mail address via the forms on this website, you agree to us contacting you with regard to the information you request. In the event that you follow a link to a different website this Privacy Policy will not apply and you should refer to the relevant policy of any other website you visit.

Morrish Solicitors LLP recognise that your privacy is important and treat our obligations under the Data Protection Act 1988 seriously. We will treat any personal information we collect confidentially under the term of and in accordance with this Privacy Policy and also the Terms and Conditions of Use of the website.

Personal data that you provide to Morrish Solicitors LLP will be used to provide services you request from us and also to enable us to deal with your enquiry. Morrish Solicitors LLP are unable to guarantee that e-mails sent by you will be received by us or that any e-mails sent by us will be received by you. We are further unable to guarantee the security of e-mails passing between you and Morrish Solicitors LLP or between Morrish Solicitors LLP and you. In the event that you are concerned about the security of e-mail correspondence you can telephone or write to us.

Unless we are required to disclose personal information by law, under any regulatory process or in pursuit of delivering the product or service requested by you we will keep your personal information confidential.

3. Limitation of liability

Morrish Solicitors LLP does not accept any liability for loss or damage of any kind resulting from the use of the Site or any information, content, advertising or products provided or distributed through the Site. We do not exclude our 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.

4. Governing law

These Terms and the relationship between you and Morrish Solicitors LLP shall be governed by the laws of England and Wales and the English courts will have exclusive jurisdiction over any dispute.