Terms & Conditions
Glazer Delmar is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority. Further information is avalable at www.sra.org.uk (Membership number 00070939)
Our Professional Indemnity Insurance is with QBE. Details as follows:-
- Qualifying Insurer - QBE (Europe) Ltd
- Contact Details - Plantation Place, 30 Fenchurch Street, London EC3M 3BD
- Territorial Coverage - Worldwide
- Policy Number - PISRQM013928
VAT number 547 7950 95
Any dispute arising with regard to this website will be determined by the laws of England and Wales only.
The materials contained on this website are provided for general information purposes only and do not constitute legal or other professional advice. Before taking any action on a specific legal problem you should obtain guidance from a professional advisor. Glazer Delmar accepts no liability for loss which may arise from reliance on information contained in this site, or any other site linked to this site.
Ownership of material on the website
Glazer Delmar owns or licences the copyright of all the material published on this website.
You may print one hard copy of any page from our website for your own personal reference or for use by others within your organisation. You may also download any page to a local hard disk provided it is for your own personal reference or is only accessible by others within your organisation. In all cases Glazer Delmar must be acknowledged as the source of the material on the copy you have made. Other than has already been stated you may not republish, retransmit, redistribute or otherwise make this material available to any other party without our express prior written consent.
Glazer Delmar provides the information on this website for general guidance only about legal matters in England and Wales. We reserve the right to improve, amend or suspend the website at any time without notice to you.
Our website should not be used to conduct legal proceedings and you should be aware that Glazer Delmar will not accept service of legal papers via this website or more generally by e-mail.
On our website there are hypertext links to various other websites. We do not provide any guarantees nor do we accept any liability regarding the content on those websites.
Glazer Delmar is committed to ensuring that your privacy is protected.
Please read the following paragraphs to understand how we handle personal data and the other information we process.
The information we collect is of essentially of two sorts (i) the information you submit to us by completing, for example, a form on our website and (ii) other information that assists us to monitor the use of the Glazer Delmar website.
Information that you submit to us via this website
We shall collect and process the data which you have provided to us by completing and filing a form on our website. The details you provide will be held by us so that we can implement any requests you have made to us and also so that we can send you our newsletters, information on legal developments and events that may be of interest to you.
By using this website and by submitting your personal details to us via this website you give your consent that all that personal data may be processed by us for the purposes set out above. If you do not agree, please do not submit your personal details.
Information for the purposes of monitoring and developing this website
We may use certain information for the purposes of monitoring and developing our website and services. It involves the following technologies:-
IP addresses: Computers connected to the internet use 'Internet Protocol' to communicate. IP addresses are used by computers so that they can locate or find one another over the internet. When you visit our website your IP address has to be recognised by our server. We do not identify your personal address from the IP address.
Cookies: A Cookie is a very small text file placed on your hard drive by a web page server when you visit a particular website. It is your unique identification card and can only be read by the server that gave it to you. Its purpose is to tell the server that you have returned to that web page. It may assist you by saving you time, for example if you personalise web pages then next time you visit you will return to that personalised information without having to reintroduce yourself.
We will use IP addresses and, on occasion, Cookies in order to understand the numbers and usage patterns of visitors (for example, which pages visitors most frequently access). This information will enable us to improve the service we offer on our website.