By accessing this Website, the Browser shall be regarded as having had sufficient notice of the contents of these Terms and Conditions of Access, which may be updated from time to time by the Firm.
These terms and conditions constitute a legally binding Agreement between (1) LCF Residential Ltd (“the firm”) whose registered office is at One St James Business Park, New Augustus Street, Bradford BD1 5LL and (2) the Browser, as defined below. It is agreed as follows:
In these terms, except where a different interpretation is clear from or necessary in the context, the following terms shall have the following meanings:
Browser Shall mean any living individual accessing the Website and Content by whatever means;
Content Shall mean all content made available to the Browser through the Website;
Intellectual Property Rights shall mean all copyright and other intellectual property rights, howsoever arising and in whatever media, whether or not registered, including (without limitation) patents, trademarks, service marks, trade names, domain names, registered design and any applications for the protection or registration of these rights and all renewals and extensions thereof throughout the world;
Website Shall mean the website with the URL http://www.lcfresidential.co.uk, comprising and facilitating access to the Content.
2. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS
2.1. Unless otherwise acknowledged by the Firm, the Website and Content together with any and all Intellectual Property Rights therein, are owned by and shall vest at all times in the Firm.
2.2. The Firm grants to the Browser a non- exclusive, royalty free licence to access and utilise the Website and Content, subject to the restrictions contained in Clause 3 below.
3. USE OF THE CONTENT & RESTRICTIONS
3.1. For the avoidance of doubt, any Browser is forbidden to permanently copy or store or in any way redistributes the Content.
3.2. The Browser shall only be entitled to make copies of the Content as follows, and for non-commercial purposes only:
3.2.1. By temporarily displaying on a computer terminal any Content retrieved from the Website;
3.2.2. By downloading and storing by electronic means a single copy of the Content on its own equipment.
3.3. The Browser undertakes to ensure that any such copy (irrespective of whether or not it has been published) shall be accompanied by an acknowledgment in the following form: “Copyright “LCF Residential Ltd 2004-2014″.
3.4. The Browser acknowledges that it shall not:
3.4.1. Redistribute or resell the Content without the prior written consent of the Firm;
3.4.2. Make any attempt whatsoever to reverse compile copy or adapt any part of the Content;
3.4.3. Utilise the Website or Content other than in a manner, which is strictly in accordance with accepted Internet usage standards and protocols.
4. HYPERTEXT LINKS
4.1. The Content may contain hypertext links to websites operated by parties other than the Firm. Such hypertext links are provided for reference purposes only.
4.2. The Firm does not control any other websites other than its own, and shall not be responsible for their content, whatever that might be.
4.3. The inclusion of any hypertext link within the Website, does not under any circumstances, imply any such endorsement by the Firm of the material on any such websites being linked too.
4.4. Any implied licence to access this Website by way of hypertext link, deep- liking, tagging or framing (“Links”) is explicitly revoked.
4.5. No party, including the Browser, shall be entitled (nor shall they assist others) to set up Links from their own websites to this Website, unless the hypertext link is made directly to the Website home page.
5. DATA PROTECTION
Any data supplied to the Firm by a Browser which is also capable of identifying a living individual, shall be processed in accordance with its Data Protection Policy.
6. NOTIFICATION OF MONITORING
The Firm shall treat any communications received from the Browser as being entirely confidential in nature. However, through the application of monitoring software and other means of observation and recording, (and in accordance with the statutory regulations laid down in accordance with section 4(2) of the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000) the Firm reserves the right to monitor such communications without prior consent, or further notification.
7. AVAILABILITY AND QUALITY OF CONTENT
7.1. The Firm does not offer any warranty as to the availability of the Website or the Content.
7.2. The Firm reserves the right to remove or alter the structure or presentation of the Website and Content, either temporarily or permanently.
7.3. Whilst every care is taken to ensure that the information contained within the Content is correct, no warranty or representation is given as to its quality, accuracy or completeness.
7.4. The Browser acknowledges that it shall be responsible for the provision of the necessary software, hardware, telecommunication lines and any other equipment required, to enable it to access the Website and Content therein.
8. LIABILITY AND INDEMNITY
8.1. The Firm recommends that any Browser contacts the advisers who are named in the Content, for specific advice.
8.2. The Browser acknowledges that it is solely responsible for determining the suitability and adequacy of the Content for its requirements. Furthermore, that the Content does not constitute specific legal advice and should not be relied upon without specific reference to a suitably qualified professional.
8.3. Under no circumstances whatsoever shall the Firm, or any other party involved in the creation, production or distribution of the Website or the Content, be liable for any direct, indirect, consequential or incidental damages (including damages for loss of business profits, business interruption), loss of business information and the like, arising out of the use or inability to use the Website or Content.
8.4. The Firm does not seek to exclude liability for death or personal injury.
9. JURISDICTION AND CHOICE OF LAW
These terms shall be governed by the law of England & Wales, and the parties submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts