This privacy notice sets out the different areas where user privacy is concerned and outlines the obligations & requirements of the users, the website and website owners. This notice also details the way this website processes, stores and protects user data and information.
Charsley Harrison LLP (“the Practice”) will process your and third parties’ personal data, as further explained below, in the course of providing you with legal and notarial services including access to our website and online features (“Services”).
We will let you know, by posting on our website or otherwise, if we make any changes to this notice from time to time. Your continued use of the Services after the notification of such changes will amount to your acknowledgement of the amended notice.
This website and its owners take a proactive approach to user privacy and ensure the necessary steps are taken to protect the privacy of its users throughout their visiting experience. This website complies with all UK national laws for user privacy.
We collect information about our users in three ways: directly from the user, from our Web server logs and through cookies.
If you fill out the contact form on this website, we will ask you to provide some personal information (such as e-mail address, name, phone number). Information that you provide to us through the contact form will be used so that we may respond to your inquiry.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small files saved to the user’s computer’s hard drive that track, save and store information about the user’s interactions and usage of the website. This allows the website, through its server to provide the users with a tailored experience within this website.
For more information please visit www.allaboutcookies.org and http://www.youronlinechoices.com/uk/.
Web server logs
When you visit our website, we may track information about your visit and store that information in web server logs, which are records of the activities on our sites. The servers automatically capture and save the information electronically. Examples of the information we may collect include:
- your unique Internet protocol address;
- the name of your unique Internet service provider;
- the town/city, county and country from which you access our website;
- the kind of browser or computer you use;
- the number of links you click within the site;
- the web page from which you arrived on our site;
- the pages you viewed on the site; and
The information we collect in web server logs helps us administer the site, analyse its usage, protect the website and its content from inappropriate use and improve the user’s experience.
“Personal data” means any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person, known as ‘data subject’, who can be identified directly or indirectly; it may include name, address, email address, phone number, IP address, location data, cookies and similar information. It may also include “special categories of personal data” such as racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, or trade union membership, and the processing of genetic data, biometric data for the purpose of uniquely identifying a data subject, data concerning health or data concerning a natural person’s sex life.
The Practice may process personal data and special categories of personal data which you provide in connection with the Services about yourself and other data subjects, e.g. individuals whose details are included in any materials provided by you to the Practice. The Practice may obtain information about you and other data subjects from third party service providers, such as due diligence platforms. We will ensure that all personal information supplied is held securely in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998 and any subsequent enactment thereof.
The provision of certain personal data is mandatory in order for the Practice to comply with mandatory client due diligence requirements and consequently to provide the Services. You warrant on a continuous basis that such personal data is accurate, complete and up to date. Failure to comply may result in documents being rejected by the relevant certification authorities, held invalid in the destination country or other difficulty in successfully completing the Services.
In relation to personal data of other data subjects you warrant to the Practice on a continuous basis that:
- where applicable, you are authorised to share such personal data with the Practice in connection with the Services and that wherever another data subject is referred to, you have obtained the explicit and demonstrable consent from all relevant data subjects to the inclusion and use of any personal data concerning them;
- to the extent this is required in connection with the Services, such personal data is accurate, complete and up to date; and
- either you provide your explicit consent and warrant that each data subject has provided explicit consent for the transfer of personal data to foreign organisations in connection with the Services, or that an alternative legal gateway for such transfer (such as transfer necessary for the conclusion or performance of a contract concluded in the interest of the data subject) has been satisfied.