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Definition: “Bankside Chambers” means Bankside Chambers Ltd.

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  • The purpose of this Website is to provide general information on Bankside Chambers and its members.
  • This Website is not an offer to represent you and the act of sending electronic mail to Bankside Chambers or any of its members will not create a lawyer-client relationship nor will it impose any obligation on Bankside Chambers or any of its members. Any unsolicited electronic communication between us may not be privileged, secure or private.
  • The Website contains legal information of a general nature. Bankside Chambers and its members are not responsible for reliance on any information contained in or accessed through this Website.
  • Bankside Chambers and its members are not responsible for any third-party content that may be accessed through this Website.
  • The laws governing the Website and its use are the laws of New Zealand, and users submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the Courts of New Zealand.

Copyright Notice

  • Bankside Chambers owns all copyright in the text and graphics on this Website and its overall design.
  • You may download and print out any part of this Website for your own use. Any other copying, distribution or use of the information or materials on this site (including use for commercial purposes), without the prior written permission of Bankside Chambers, is strictly prohibited.

Privacy Statement

  • When you visit the public area of Bankside Chambers’ Website, you remain anonymous. If you use e-mail links via the Website to communicate with Bankside Chambers or otherwise provide us with personally identifiable information you will not remain anonymous.
  • Bankside Chambers’ Website uses “cookies”. Cookies are small text files placed on your computer’s hard drive to allow Bankside Chambers and/or the host of its Website to record how many times a user or computers within a user’s network of computers visit the Website, the number of times various pages of the Website have been accessed and other such information. You may disable receipt of cookies using features of your Web browser that disable or turn off cookies. Bankside Chambers does not use cookies to retrieve information that is unrelated to your visit or your interaction with Bankside Chambers’ site.
  • Bankside Chambers collects your Internet Protocol (IP) address. An IP address is a number that is assigned to your computer when you use the Internet. The IP address data that we collect does not contain any personally identifiable information about you and is used to administer our site, to determine the numbers of different visitors to the site and to gather broad demographic data.
  • Bankside Chambers does not provide any personal information collected via its public Website or the non-public areas maintained on its Website to other companies, firms or individuals without the permission of those who provided the information.

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