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Terms and Conditions of Leicestershire Collaborative Family Law:
Users of the Services offered by Leicestershire Collaborative Family law acknowledge and accept these terms and conditions.


Owner of Leicestershire Collaborative Family law and related Services website: Ray Counley:


Use of the online Services offered on Leicestershire Collaborative Family law:
Users are solely responsible for the use of online services offered on Leicestershire Collaborative Family law, the use of which is done at their own risk and falls entirely under their responsibility.


Any explanatory texts provided in correspondence of the available services by no means substitute a legal opinion nor replace the assistance or advice of a professional. Such texts are merely intended to facilitate use and understanding of the Service and are not exhaustive nor may they fit any specific case.


The Owner is merely a technical provider of the Services and may not in any way be held responsible for such use that the User makes of the same, nor shall the Owner be responsible for the User’s achieving its purposes of use of the Service.


Content provided by the User


Users are responsible for their own content and that of third parties that they share through Leicestershire Collaborative Family Law that they upload and post on or through Leicestershire Collaborative Family Law, or that they transfer by any other means. Users confirm that they have all the necessary consents from third parties whose data and/or content they share with the Owner and hereby indemnify the Owner for any liability or claim arising against the Owner in connection with illegal distribution of third-party content or unlawful use of the Service.
The Owner does not moderate the content provided by Users or by third parties but will act if complaints are received from Users or if orders are issued by the public authorities regarding content deemed offensive or illegal.



Rights over content provided by Users


The only rights granted to the Owner in relation to content provided by Users are those necessary to operate and maintain Leicestershire Collaborative Family Law.



Content provided by third parties


The Owner does not moderate the content or links provided by third parties before their publication on Leicestershire Collaborative Family law. The Owner is not responsible for the content provided by third parties or for its availability.


Services provided by third parties


Users may use third-party services or content included in Leicestershire Collaborative Family Law, but they must be aware of these third parties’ terms and conditions and have given consent to them. Under no circumstances will the Owner be deemed liable in relation to the proper functionality or availability, or both, of third-party services.





In order to use the Service or any part of it, Users must register in a truthful and complete manner by providing all the required data in the relevant registration form. The Users must also accept the Privacy Policy and these Terms and Conditions in full. Users are responsible for keeping their login credentials confidential.
It is understood that the Owner shall not be held responsible under any circumstances in case of loss, disclosure, theft or unauthorized use by third parties, for whatever reason, of the User’s access credentials.



Deleting User accounts and account termination


Registered Users can cancel their accounts and stop using the Service at any time, through the interface of Leicestershire Collaborative Family Law or by directly contacting the Owner.
The Owner, in case of breach of the Terms by the User, reserves the right to suspend or terminate the User’s account at any time and without notice.



Responsibilities and duties of the User


It remains the exclusive responsibility of the User to ensure their operations are in accordance with the applicable rules. The Service, in fact, should be understood as an instrument of mere support of the User and under no circumstances replace the advice given by an expert.


The Service is provided “as is”


The Service is provided by the Owner “as is”, with no express or implied warranty for accuracy or availability.


Service interruption


The Owner reserves the right to add and remove functionalities or features as well as suspend or even discontinue the Service, either temporarily or permanently. In case of final discontinuation, the Owner will do the utmost to allow Users to withdraw their information held by the Owner.


Service reselling


Users are not allowed to reproduce, duplicate, copy, sell, resell or exploit any portion of Leicestershire Collaborative Family Law and of its Service without the Owner’s express prior written permission, granted either directly or through a proper reselling program.




The User agrees to indemnify and hold the Owner and its subsidiaries, affiliates, officers, directors, agents, co-branders, partners and employees, as the case may be, harmless from and against any claim or demand, including without limitation, reasonable lawyer’s fees and costs, made by any third party due to or arising out of the User’s content, use of or connection to the Service, violation of these Terms, or violation of any third-party rights.


Forbidden use


The Service shall be used only in accordance with these Terms.
Users may not:


• reverse engineer, decompile, disassemble, modify or create derivative works based on Leicestershire Collaborative Family Law or any portion of it;


• circumvent any technology used by Leicestershire Collaborative Family Law or its licensors to protect content accessible via it;


• copy, store, edit, change, prepare any derivative work of or alter in any way any of the content provided through Leicestershire Collaborative Family Law;


• use any robot, spider, site search/retrieval application, or other automated device, process or means to access, retrieve, scrape, or index any portion of Leicestershire Collaborative Family Law or its content;


• rent, lease or sublicense Leicestershire Collaborative Family Law;


• defame, abuse, harass, use threatening practices, threaten or violate the legal rights of others in any other way (such as rights of privacy and publicity);


• disseminate or publish content that is unlawful, obscene, illegitimate, defamatory or inappropriate;


• use Leicestershire Collaborative Family Law in any other improper way that violates these Terms.



Privacy Policy


For information about the use of their personal data, Users must refer to the privacy policy of Leicestershire Collaborative Family Law which is hereby considered to be part of these Terms.


Intellectual property rights


All trademarks, nominal or figurative, and all other marks, trade names, service marks, word marks, illustrations, images, or logos that appear concerning Leicestershire Collaborative Family Law are, and remain, the exclusive property of the Owner or its licensors and are protected by the laws in force on trademarks and by related international treaties.


Age eligibility


Users declare themselves to be adult according to their applicable legislation. Under no circumstance may persons under the age of 13 use Leicestershire Collaborative Family Law.


Limitations of liability


Leicestershire Collaborative Family Law and all functions accessible through Leicestershire Collaborative Family Law are made available to the Users under the terms and conditions of the Agreement, without any warranty, express or implied, that is not required by law. In particular, there is no guarantee of suitability of the services offered for the User’s specific goals. Leicestershire Collaborative Family Law and functions accessible through Leicestershire Collaborative Family Law are used by the Users at their own risk and under their own responsibility.


The Owner, within the limits of applicable law, is liable for contractual and non-contractual damages to Users or third parties only by way of intent or gross negligence, when these are immediate and direct consequences of the activity of Leicestershire Collaborative Family Law. Therefore, the Owner shall not be liable for:


• Any losses that are a not direct consequence of the breach of the Agreement by the Owner;


• Any loss of business opportunities and any other loss, even indirect, that may be incurred by the User (such as, but not limited to, trading losses, loss of revenue, income, profits or anticipated savings, loss of contracts or business relationships, loss of reputation or goodwill, etc.);


• Damages or losses resulting from interruptions or malfunctions of Leicestershire Collaborative Family Law due to acts of force majeure, or at least to unforeseen and unforeseeable events and, in any case, independent of the will and extraneous to the Owner’s control, such as, by way of example but not limited to, failures or disruptions of telephone or electrical lines, the Internet and / or other means of transmission, unavailability of websites, strikes, natural disasters, viruses and cyber attacks, interruptions in the delivery of products, third party services or applications;


• Incorrect or unsuitable use of Leicestershire Collaborative Family Law by Users or third parties.


Changes to these Terms


The Owner reserves the right to modify these Terms at any time, informing Users by publishing a notice within Leicestershire Collaborative Family Law.
Users who continue to use Leicestershire Collaborative Family Law after the publication of the changes accept the new Terms in their entirety.


Assignment of contract


The Owner reserves the right to transfer, assign, dispose of by novation or subcontract all or any rights or obligations under these Terms, as long as the User’s rights under the Terms are not affected.
Users may not assign or transfer their rights or obligations under these Terms in any way without the written permission of the Owner.




All communications relating to Leicestershire Collaborative Family Law must be sent using the contacts stated in this document.




If any provision of these Terms is invalid or unenforceable, that clause will be removed and the remaining provisions shall not be affected and they will remain in force.


Governing law and jurisdiction


These Terms and any dispute concerning the implementation, interpretation and validity of this agreement are subject to the law, the jurisdiction of the state and to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts where the Owner has their registered offices. An exception to this rule applies in cases, where the law provides a sole place of jurisdiction for consumers.


Online dispute resolution for consumers


The consumer resident in Europe must be aware that the European Commission has established an online platform for alternative dispute resolutions that provides for an out-of-court method to solve any dispute related to and stemming from online sale and service contracts. As a consequence, if you are a European consumer, you can use such platform for resolving any dispute stemming from the online contract entered into with the Owner. The platform is available at the following link.
The Owner is available for any questions via the email address posted under the Owner’s information in this document.


Terms and Conditions (or Terms)


These Terms and Conditions, which constitute a legally binding agreement between the User and the Owner.


Order Processing Receipt


Indicates the email that the Owner sends upon receipt of the order.


Order Confirmation


Indicates the email that the Owner sends as shipping confirmation at the moment when the purchased products, or parts of them, are being dispatched.


Example Withdrawal Form


Addressed to the Owner [using their complete contact info]: I/We (*) hereby give notice that I/we (*) cancel my/our (*) contract of the sale of the following goods (*)/for the provision of the following service (*), Ordered on (*)/received on (*), Name of consumer(s), Address of consumer(s), Date




The services offered by the Owner to the User via Leicestershire Collaborative Family Law.




The natural or legal person who, as part of managing a website, makes use of the Products or Services provided by the Company.
Effective: 4th February, 2019.