Terms & Conditions

Use of this website is governed by the following terms: 

 

Data Protection

If you submit any personal data on or through this website then it will only be used for the purpose that you have given when submitting that data and we will only use it for any other purpose if you give your consent.

 

Copyright

Creighton & Partners own the Copyright in the content of this website and any articles and publications in this website.

 

Links

We have made every effort to ensure that the information on this website, including the internet links within it, is accurate. However, because of the nature of the medium and the risks of interruption and disruption, any and all liability which might arise from your use or reliance on the information or links contained within the website is excluded.

We do not endorse or accept any responsibility for any content on or information downloaded from any website linked from this website.

 

Publications

Publications available on this site provide general information only. They do not constitute legal advice or seek to be an exhaustive statement of the law. You should take legal advice on any particular matter which concerns you. If you do require advice, please contact Creighton & Partners here

 

Governing Law

This legal notice and all issues regarding this website are governed by English law.

 

Cookie Policy

Our Cookie policy for the website may be found here.

 

PII: Professional Indemnity Insurance

We are obliged to provide details of the provider of our professional indemnity insurer by Solicitors Regulation Authority Rules. These are as follows:

Name of Qualifying Insurer: International Insurance Company of Hanover Ltd

Contact Details of qualifying Insurer: Global Professional Risk Solutions, A division of Lockton Companies LLP

Policy number: P6036531 and P6136532

Period of insurance: 1 October 2016 to 28 February 2018

Territorial coverage of our policy: Worldwide

 
Solicitors Regulatory Authority

As a firm of solicitors, Creighton & Partners are authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulatory Authority. The Solicitors Regulatory Authority Rules may be found here.