These terms of service create a legally binding agreement between us when you browse our website as a visitor or use our toolkits as a registered user.
If you’re just visiting our website, then by browsing our website you’ll be treated as having agreed to these terms as relevant to you. If you don’t agree with any of these terms, you should stop browsing our website immediately.
If you’ve signed up to use our toolkits as a registered user, then you’ll be asked to confirm that you agree to these terms when signing up. If you don’t agree with any of these terms, you shouldn’t proceed.
Got questions? Then feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
You should read these terms in full because they’re super important. However here’s a summary of some key points you should note:
We’re Stephenson Law Limited, a company registered in England and Wales under company number 09386665. Our registered office address is at Desklodge House, Redcliffe Way, Bristol BS1 6NL, United Kingdom.
a. If you sign up to our toolkits, you’ll be confirming that:
b. If you sign up to our toolkits, you’ll be required to create an account. Your account is for your own use and your account details shouldn’t be shared with anyone. If you think your account has been accessed by someone else or otherwise compromised, you should email us at email@example.com immediately.
a. In addition to your other obligations under these terms, you must not access or use our website or toolkits:
Any breach of this term will be treated by us as a serious breach.
b. When you generate any documents using our toolkits, you acknowledge that:
a. When you sign up to our toolkits, we grant you a right to access and use our toolkits subject to your ongoing compliance with these terms.
b. We also grant you a licence to copy, modify and use documents downloaded from or generated through our toolkits on condition that you:
c. We’re the owner or licensor of all intellectual property rights in and to our toolkits and the content published on our toolkits in any form or media. All such rights are reserved. Except as set out in these terms, no other rights or licences are granted by us to you.
d. The Stephenson Law name and logo are UK-registered trade marks of Stephenson Law Limited. Except as reproduced in the footer on the first page of any document downloaded from or generated through our toolkits, you must not use or reproduce our name or logo without our prior written permission.
a. In this paragraph the terms controller, processor, personal data, process/processing, data subject, personal data breach and technical and organisational measures have the meanings given to them under data protection law in the United Kingdom.
b. You may disclose personal data to us when generating documents through our toolkits. In these circumstances, you will be a controller and we will be a processor . Each of us agrees to comply with our obligations under data protection law.
c. In relation to any personal data processed by us when providing our services, we’ll:
a. We may suspend access to your account if:
b. We’ll let you know if we have suspended access to your account and our reasons for doing so. We may restore access to your account and extend your subscription by the period of any suspension if we suspended your account without justification but will not be liable to you for any losses incurred as a result of such suspension.
c. We may terminate access to your account (and the agreement between us) with immediate effect in the case of any serious breach of these terms by you. We’re not obliged to suspend access to your account before terminating your access.
d. Upon expiry or termination of your account, any documents stored on our toolkits will be deleted. You should therefore download any documents prior to the expiry of your subscription.<
a. We don’t make any statements or promises that our website or platform (and any content made available through them) will:
b. Our website and platform may contain links to other websites or materials . Such links are provided for your convenience only and don’t mean that we endorse any other website or materials. We don’t accept any liability for the content or materials contained in them.
c. We don’t accept any liability for loss of profits, loss of business, loss of contracts, loss of anticipated savings, loss of or damage to goodwill or reputation or indirect or consequential loss.
d. Subject to the above terms, our total liability to you won’t exceed the sum of £100. You agree that, having regard to the nature of our platform, the fact that content is provided to you free of charge and the terms of this agreement, this limit on our liability is a reasonable commercial position for us to take.
e. Unless you notify us that you intend to bring any claim against us within a period of 12 months from the date on which you became aware, or should reasonably have become aware, of any breach having occurred, we will have no liability for such claim. Any claims must be notified to us in writing identifying the breach and the grounds for your claim in reasonable detail.
a. Amendments to our website and platform: We may make changes to our website and platform (and any content made available through them) at any time without notice to you. We don’t guarantee that any content, including documents, will remain available for any period of time.
b. Assignment and transfer: We may assign or transfer our rights and obligations under these terms without your agreement. We’ll notify you if this happens. You may not assign or transfer any of your rights and obligations under these terms.
c. Events beyond our control: We won’t be liable to you for any failure or delay by us in providing our services because of circumstances beyond our reasonable control.
d. Law and jurisdiction: Our agreement with you as set out in these terms is governed by English law and subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.
e. Rights of third parties: We’re only liable to you, the person that has subscribed to our services. The Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 is excluded and we don’t accept liability for any losses incurred by any other person.
f. Separate terms: Each paragraph of these terms operates separately. If any court or relevant authority decides that any of them are unlawful, the remaining paragraphs will remain fully effective.
g. Waiver: No failure or delay by us to exercise any right or remedy (in whole or in part) provided under these terms or by law will be a waiver of that or any other right or remedy, nor will it prevent or restrict the further exercise of that or any other right or remedy by us.