Terms of website use
Altmore Business Law Limited is a UK based firm of solicitors specialising in company and commercial law. See regulatory for further details about the firm.
This site is protected by copyright and database right, both of which are owned by Altmore Business Law Limited, solicitors. You shall not publish, transmit or reproduce or otherwise use any image featured on this website otherwise than for personal use.
"Altmore Business Law" is an established trademark.
Subject to any local laws that cannot be excluded, the law applicable to use of the material and information contained on this website and to disputes arising out of such material and information is the law of England and Wales.
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If you submit information to us by email or otherwise before the engagement has commenced (as described in the next paragraph), you acknowledge that it will not be considered to be confidential. We reserve the right to decline instructions if it would create a conflict of interest with any of our current or former clients or for any other reason.
No client-lawyer relationship between you and Altmore Business Law Limited is or may be created by your access to or use of the website or any information contained there or by submitting any information to us. The only way to become our client is through a mutual agreement in writing after we have completed our standard new business intake review process.
Please bear in mind that electronic communications through non-secure web platforms may not be secure, virus-free or successfully delivered. If you communicate with us using a non-secure web platform, you assume the risks that such communications between us are intercepted, not received, delayed, corrupted or are received by persons other than the intended recipient
Your use of website
You may only access and download the contents of the pages on our websites on a temporary basis and for the sole purpose of viewing such information. You may not permanently copy or reproduce any part of the contents of the pages on our websites without our prior written permission.
Our responsibility and limits
To the extent permitted by law, we do not accept responsibility for any loss which may arise from reliance on information contained in our website pages. Furthermore, we do not endorse or accept responsibility for the material of any website referred to or accessed through our website.
Subject to any applicable law to the contrary which cannot be excluded, any liability incurred in relation to the information on this website is limited to the resupply of the information or the reasonable cost of having the information resupplied.
Under no circumstances will Altmore Business Law Limited or its members, officers or solicitors be liable for any incidental, special or consequential damages, including damages for loss of business or other profits arising in relation to the information on this website.
Scams and frauds
Please be aware that criminals may pose as someone from Altmore Business Law in order to carry out scams or frauds. These scams will often originate by email and may take a number of forms, including offering money, bequests under a will, threatening legal action if the victim does not respond, malicious attachments made to look innocuous such as an industry update, requests for password or bank account details and links to helpful or relevant websites.
Key to the scam is the entering into any form of communication with the victim, or making the victim take some action such as clicking a link. If you receive an email of this nature claiming to be from Altmore Business Law do not correspond or engage with the sender. It is highly unlikely that it originates from us.
If you are asked for money or bank account details please contact us using the title “risk” when we will report the scam to the Solicitors’ Regulation Authority. The SRA maintains a website which you may find to be of assistance listing scams that it is aware of involving UK law firms at http://www.sra.org.uk/alerts/.
It is a requirement of AML regulations that we identify and verify the identity of our clients before establishing a business relationship and obtain assurances about the transactions which we are asked to carry out. If we are not able to obtain all the necessary documentation within a reasonable timeframe, we may not be able to act for you.