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The Stowe Family Law website is operated by Stowe Family Law LLP, a Limited Liability Partnership registered in England. Stowe Family Law LLP is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority, and has the SRA reference number 469401. Stowe Family Law LLP is registered with Companies House, under Company Number 331570. Stowe Family Law LLP’s VAT Number is 918572204. A list of Members is available for inspection at Stowe Family Law LLP’s Harrogate Office at:

Stowe Family Law LLP
Old Court House, Raglan Street
Harrogate
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You can contact Stowe Family Law LLP in writing to the above address, or by e-mail via our contact form or by telephoning our office.

Acceptance of Terms of Use

These Terms of Use govern your use of the Stowe Family Law website, as provided by Stowe Family Law LLP. We may amend or add to these Terms of Use without notice to you, so you are advised to consult them periodically.

Copyright

The Stowe Family Law website and its contents are copyright of Stowe Family Law LLP. No part of this website may be distributed or copied for any commercial purposes without express approval.

Using the Stowe Family Law website

You may view and listen to the content available on the Stowe Family Law website for personal non-commercial use. You may print individual webpages on the Site for your private non-commercial use.

No part of the Stowe Family Law website may be distributed or copied for any commercial purposes without express approval.

The information contained on this site is for information purposes only and does not constitute advice. You should check any information on the website and use your own judgement before doing or not doing anything on the basis of what you read or see. We give no warranties of any kind in relation to the Stowe Family Law website or its contents.

Except for liability for fraudulent misrepresentation, Stowe Family Law LLP is not liable for:

  • any action you may take as a result of relying on any information provided on the Stowe Family Law website or for any loss or damage suffered by you as a result of you taking this action;
  • any dealings you have with third parties (e.g. other users) that take place using or facilitated by the Stowe Family Law website;
  • any liability for losses which are not a foreseeable or likely consequence of (i) your use of the Stowe Family Law website, or (ii) a breach of these Terms.

 

Submissions to the Stowe Family Law website:

You may post or submit text and comments (“User Content”) to appear on the website. Stowe Family Law LLP has the right to publish, check, edit or reject any User Content submitted via email, via the site or in writing via post for any purpose whatsoever, commercial or otherwise, without payment unless a payment has been agreed by Stowe Family Law LLP in writing prior to submission.

By submitting User Content to the Stowe Family Law website, simultaneously with such posting you automatically grant to Stowe Family Law LLP a royalty-free, perpetual, irrevocable, non-exclusive worldwide licence to use, copy, edit, adapt, publish, translate, create derivative works from, make available, communicate and distribute your User Content (in whole or part) and/or to incorporate it in other works in any form, media, or technology now known or later developed. By submitting your User Content, you warrant that you have the right to grant this licence.

Subject to the rights and license you grant to Stowe Family Law LLP under these Terms of Use, you retain all your rights, title and interest in your User Content submissions. This means that copyright in your User Content will remain with you and that you can continue to use the material in any way, including allowing others to use it.

You agree that you will not submit any User Content protected by copyright, trademark, patent, trade secret, moral right, or other intellectual property, personal, contractual, proprietary or other right owned by a third party without the express permission of the owner of the respective right. You are solely liable for any damage resulting from your failure to obtain such permission or from any other harm resulting from User Content that you submit.

Stowe Family Law LLP is not liable or responsible for third-party content placed on the Stowe Family Law website. Third party content includes User Content such as comments submitted by users.

The opinions expressed on this blog do not necessarily reflect those of Stowe Family Law LLP. The entire contents of this blog, including reader comments, are of a general nature only and for the purposes of general discussion. They should not be relied upon by individual readers. The law is constantly changing and evolving and may not necessarily be updated on this blog. No liability is accepted for any loss caused to persons relying on the information contained here or the views expressed on this blog. Readers seeking legal advice on which they intend to rely must always create their own retainer with their own lawyers and rely only upon the advice they receive from their retained lawyer.

You represent, warrant, and covenant that you will not submit any User Content that:

  • violates or infringes in any way upon the rights of others, including, but not limited to, any copyright, trademark, moral right, or other third party right of any person or entity;
  • impersonates another or is unlawful, threatening, abusive, libellous, defamatory, a breach of confidentiality or someone’s privacy, indecent, obscene, harassing or otherwise objectionable;
  • could prejudice any active legal proceedings of which you are aware;
  • contains a formula, instruction, or advice that could cause harm or injury;
  • encourage violence or racial or religious hatred;
  • the licensed use by Stowe Family Law LLP here under would result in Stowe Family Law LLP having any obligation or liability to any party.

Stowe Family Law LLP relies on you to present the Stowe Family Law website with User Content that contains accurate and factual material. Stowe Family Law LLP assumes no responsibility for the accuracy of information provided on the Stowe Family Law website.

Notwithstanding the foregoing, you waive any and all claims you may now or later have in any jurisdiction to so-called “moral rights” or rights of “droit moral” with respect to the User Content.

If you see content which you reasonably believe breaches these Terms of Use, please use the Report facility attached to each comment published on the Stowe Family Law website. If this facility is not functioning, please contact Stowe Family Law LLP via the contact page.

Stowe Family Law LLP reserves the right to edit or delete any comments submitted to the Blog without notice due to:-

  1. comments deemed to be spam or potential spam
  2. comments which contain swearing and/or language or concepts which could be deemed offensive
  3. comments which could be construed as an attack on a personal individual

Limitation of Liability

Neither Stowe Family Law LLP nor any of its partners, employees or other representatives will be liable for loss or damage arising out of or in connection with your use of this site or any information contained in it. This is a comprehensive limitation of liability that applies to all damages of any kind, including (without limitation) compensatory, direct, indirect or consequential damages, loss of data, income or profit, loss of or damage to property and claims of third parties.

You agree to indemnify and hold Stowe Family Law LLP and its partners, employees and other representatives harmless from any claim or demand, including reasonable solicitors’ fees, made by any third party due to or arising from your use of the Stowe Family Law website and Marilyn Stowe Family Law & Divorce Blog, the violation of these Terms of Use by you, or the infringement by you of any intellectual property or other right of any other person or entity.

Any failure or delay by Stowe Family Law LLP to enforce any of the Terms of Use or to exercise any right under the Terms of Use will not be construed as a waiver to any extent of Stowe Family Law LLP’s rights.

These Terms of Use, including the Privacy Policy, constitute the entire understanding between you and Stowe Family Law LLP as to your use of the Marilyn Stowe Family Law & Divorce Blog and supersede all prior agreements and understandings between Stowe Family Law LLP and you.

Validity of these Terms of Use

If any part or provision of these Terms of Use is found to be unlawful or unenforceable, this shall not affect the validity of any other part or provision. These Terms of Use are governed by English Law. The English Courts shall have exclusive jurisdiction over any dispute relating to these Terms.

Comment Moderation Policy

We welcome comment and debate on the Blog and have done so ever since we first went online in 2007. A dedicated community of readers return regularly to share their thoughts on the topics we discuss.

Our posting policy is liberal and we do not moderate comments because we disagree with them but of course it is sometimes necessary for us to do so for other reasons.

Some of our house rules are there for legal reasons, and some because we believe it is important to maintain a civil atmosphere in which our readers feel free to express their views without coming under personal attack.

Therefore comments which contain any of the following will be moderated:

  • Libel and defamation
  • Ad hominem remarks, personal abuse, threats
  • Contempt of court – for example, attempting to identify the parties in an anonymised family court case
  • Comments of an unnecessarily personal, inappropriate or intrusive nature, including comments on people’s sexuality
  • Racism and intolerance
  • Commercial messages or advertisements – i.e. spam
  • Wholly irrelevant comments posted purely to try and generate links to other sites
  • Lengthy extracts of articles or material on other sites
  • Links to other websites (except for official and government sites)
  • Readers who repeatedly refuse to abide by these rules will be banned.

Sometimes, in the heat of the moment, people make potentially libellous comments about ex-spouses or other members of their family under their own name. In most such cases we anonymise the comment.

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