Terms & Conditions
By accessing and using the"bartonparkoxford.com" website ("this Website") you agree to observe and be bound by the following Terms and Conditions. If you do not agree to these Terms and Conditions, you should exit this Website immediately.
This website is designed for information purposes only and you acknowledge that you are solely responsible for the use of it. Whilst Barton Oxford LLP will take reasonable care to ensure that the content on this Website is accurate, complete and up-to-date Barton Oxford LLP does not guarantee or represent that the content and/or facilities available or accessible via this Website will always be accurate, complete or up-to-date, or that access to it will be uninterrupted. Barton Oxford LLP and its subsidiaries will not be liable for, or in connection with, any loss or damage arising from any inaccuracies, errors or omissions in information made available through this Website. Before you rely on information found on this Website, you must verify this information with the appropriate sources.
This Website and its contents are provided on an "as is" basis and without any representation, term, condition or warranty of any kind, either express or implied (and whether implied by law, custom or otherwise) as to the condition, quality, performance, accuracy, suitability, fitness for purpose, completeness of this Website or its content or that the Website or the content will be provided uninterrupted, error free or free from viruses, trojan horses or other harmful material.
To the fullest extent permitted by law, Barton Oxford LLP shall not be liable to any person or entity for any loss or damage including any consequential or indirect loss or damage or loss of profit which may arise in tort, contract or otherwise and arising out of or in relation to the use of any content on this Website or access to this Website or its unavailability.
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS
The intellectual property rights (including but not limited to copyright, design rights, trademarks and patents) in this Website and the content posted on this Website remain the property of Barton Oxford LLP or the rightful content owner as the case may be. All such rights are reserved. Except as permitted under applicable law you may not use, copy, adapt, modify, sell, license, distribute, transmit, display, publish or create derivative works derived from this Website or the content or any part thereof without the prior written permission of Barton Oxford LLP.
This Website may contain links to other websites solely for the convenience of users of this Website. If you use these links you will leave this Website. Barton Oxford LLP does not endorse any such linked sites and assumes no responsibility for the contents of any other website to which this Website offers links.
You may not link to any part of this website without prior written consent from Grosvenor Group Limited and we reserve the right to withdraw such consent at any time.
We process all personal data collected through this Website in accordance with our Privacy Statement. Please click here to view.
Barton Oxford LLP reserves the right at any time and without any notice to remove, amend or vary any of the content which appears on this Website, including these Terms and Conditions. You must check these Terms and Conditions regularly for any such changes.
If any part of these Terms and Conditions is unenforceable (including any provision in which we exclude our liability to you) the enforceability of any other part of these conditions will not be affected.
LAW AND JURISDICTION
You agree that these Terms and Conditions and any claim relating to the use of this Website and the content will be governed and construed in accordance with the laws of England and Wales and that the courts of England and Wales shall have exclusive jurisdiction in respect of any dispute arising from access to or use of this Website.
Barton Oxford LLP
Registered in England No. OC368330
Registered office: 70 Grosvenor Street, London W1K 3JP, United Kingdom
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7408 0988 and Fax: +44 (0) 20 7629 9115
WHAT IS A COOKIE?
Cookies are small text files that are sent by websites that you visit to recognise who you are when you return there. There files are stored on your computer’s hard drive, and are read by your web browser.
HOW ARE COOKIE USED?
A list of all the cookies used on this website by us, and our technology partners can be found in our cookies list.
Adobe uses a particular type of cookie called a ‘Local Shared Object’, which is typically collected if you watch a video for example that uses the Adobe Flash media player, i.e. an embedded YouTube video on a page that is being played via Flash. Please note that these types of cookie will not be found on iPads, which do not support Flash.
Have a look at Adobe's website if you want to control Flash cookies on your computer. If you’ve got a Firefox browser you can also get an add-on to detect and delete Flash cookies.
OPTING OUT OF COOKIES?
There are a number of options available so that you do not have to store any cookies at all. You can either set your browser so that it will not accept and store any cookie, or if you have a little more time and knowledge you are able to allow only certain ‘trusted’ sites to store cookies on your computer. These sites may include us (of course!), or the site where you carry out your online banking, or possibly your favourite news service.
It’s worth bearing in mind that if you decide to delete all of your cookies, then you will likely have to re-enter all of your usernames and passwords on all of the sites that you visit, which you previously didn’t even have to think about. As we mentioned before, cookies can be a real asset to your web surfing experience.
The Information Commissioner’s Office (http://www.ico.gov.uk/) provides some advice about cookies and their use, but it also provides a link to ‘About cookies’ (www.aboutcookies.org) which is run by the law firm Pinsent Masons. This website provides even more information about cookies if you feel that this page and the ICO is not enough information for you, but it also details how you might delete any cookies that you find, and it also shows you how to allow those trusted sites to store their cookies on your computer.
WHAT IS A WEB BEACON?
Web beacons are also sometimes referred to as ‘web bugs’ and are small single pixel transparent image files. They allow website owners to know when a visitor has reached their website, and are used in conjunction with cookies to allow further website tracking to be monitored. Again, these files are not viruses, but are useful in helping us to make your web surfing experience better.
They provide us with reporting statistics where required, and will serve cookies on our behalf to enable any site personalisation and log in functionality.