These are the general terms and conditions of FMW Law Ltd for use of this website. Please read these terms and conditions carefully. Your use of the website will be subject to these terms and conditions.
In these terms and conditions, the following definitions apply:
“FMW Law” means FMW Law Ltd T/as Farrell Matthews & Weir whose registered office is 30-38 Hammersmith Broadway, Hammersmith, London, W6 7AB
“The website” means the website at www.fmwlaw.co.uk
“We” refers to FMW Law Ltd T/as Farrell Matthews & Weir
You must only use the website and anything available from the website for lawful purposes, and you must comply with all applicable laws, statutes and regulations. You are not allowed to copy, distribute or use any material or content from the website for any commercial purpose. You may not remove or change anything on the website. You are not allowed to remove or change any copyright, trade mark or other intellectual property right notices contained in any material copied or printed off from the website. Except to the extent expressly set out in these terms, you are not allowed to make any copies of any part of the website.
All intellectual property rights in any material (including text, photographs and other images and sound, trade marks and logos) contained in this website is either owned by FMW Law Ltd. or has been licensed to FMW Law Ltd. by the rights owner(s) so that we can use this material as part of its website. You are only allowed to use this website and the material contained in the website as set out in these terms.
The content of this website is of general interest and is not intended to apply to specific circumstances. The content of this website should not, therefore, be regarded as constituting legal advice and should not be relied upon as such. In relation to any particular problem which you may have, you are advised to seek specific advice. FMW Law Ltd. is not liable for any action you may take as a result of relying on any information provided in this website.
FMW Law Ltd. may change the format and content of the website from time to time. You should refresh your browser each time you visit the website to ensure that you download the most up to date version of the website. FMW Law Ltd. tries to make sure that all information contained on the website is correct, but it does not accept any liability for any error or omission.
The website includes links to external sites, to provide you with access to information and services that you may find useful or interesting. FMW Law Ltd. is not responsible for the content of these sites or for any information or advice provided within them.
FMW Law Ltd. may suspend the operation of the website for repair or maintenance work or in order to update or upgrade the contents or functionality of the website from time to time. Access to or use of the website or any sites or pages linked to it will be not necessarily be uninterrupted or error free.
If you have any enquiries or complaints about the website then please address them to:
FMW Law Ltd
30-38 Hammersmith Broadway
London W6 7AB
Tel. 020 3012 1482
FMW Law Ltd. may change these terms and conditions from time to time and will endeavour to notify you of any major changes by posting a message on the website. By browsing the website you are accepting that you are bound by the current terms and conditions. You should check these each time you revisit the website.
If we enter into a contract with you and/or you become our client of our firm by electronic means (such as by email or online) then, in addition to any rights of redress you may have through the Legal Ombudsman, you may be entitled to use an EU online dispute resolution platform to assist with any complaint or dispute you may have about our services. This online platform can be found at http://ec.europa.eu/odr. We do have an email address you may contact in this regard and that is firstname.lastname@example.org
These terms and conditions shall be governed and interpreted in accordance with English law, and you consent to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.