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Reproduction

Permission is granted for the printing and making of photocopies of single articles or pages from our web site by individuals for colleagues within their own organisation or company provided that this notice and the following disclaimer is reproduced on each copy. Permission is given to extract and quote from articles or pages on our web site, without copying entire articles or pages, provided that acknowledgement of source is made: “Winckworth Sherwood” with the title of the article or the Unique Resource Locator of the page.

HTTP Internet Linking

Provided that no charge is made for access to the web site or web page containing the relevant link, and that an acknowledgement of source is made, as above, the inclusion of a link to our web site is permitted. We reserve the right to withdraw this web linking permission in any instance, in our complete discretion.

Disclaimer

All material on our web site is for general guidance only and relates to the law of the country or jurisdiction in which the named author is qualified to act or, if not named, the law of England and Wales and European law as applicable. Our web site is not offered as professional advice. Only specific professional advice should be relied upon where specific facts can be taken into account. Winckworth Sherwood, its partners and staff exclude all liability for actions taken, or not taken, in reliance on material on our web site. Professional advice, guidance and support are available from Winckworth Sherwood.

Copyright Notice

The contents of each page on this web site www.wslaw.co.uk (“our web site”) are © Copyrighted to Winckworth Sherwood, from 2000 through to this current year. Reproduction of any part of the material (“our material”) contained in any page in any form is prohibited other than in accordance with the following permissions:

Excepting the limited permissions for personal use set out below, no part of our web site may be republished, held in a retrieval system or reproduced in any manner for distribution or made available for consultation by means of a computer system or network without the prior written consent of Winckworth Sherwood (excepting only caching of pages for individual users’ browser software that are copies of the then current pages on our web site).