Terms & Conditions

TQ Law Limited – Website terms & conditions

  1. https://www.tqlaw.legal (Website) is owned and operated by TQ Law Limited whose registered office is at 54 Church Street Leigh Lancashire WN7 1AZ (Company, We, Us, Our).
  2. This agreement is made between any user of the Website (You, Your, Yourselves) and the Company. It applies to Your use of the Website. By accessing and using the Website, You agree to act in accordance with these terms and conditions (Terms). If You do not accept the Terms, do not use the Website.
  3. Your use of the Website is also governed by the Privacy Policy which can be found on the Website (Privacy Policy). The provisions of the Privacy Policy also form part of the Terms.
  4. The Terms may be updated by Us at any time without notice to You.
  5. The conveyancing services (Services) offered via the Website are suitable only for properties in England and Wales.
  6. It is Your responsibility to ensure the information about Your transaction and Yourselves (Information) which You provide to the Company and or the Website in order to obtain an estimate of costs and disbursements (Estimate) for Services is complete and accurate.
  7. The Estimate will not change except where the Information is incomplete, inaccurate or unforeseen or exceptional circumstances arise where the amount of work involved exceeds and or becomes more complicated than could have been known from the Instructions.
  8. You must not infect the Website with viruses, worms, Trojans, logic bombs or other material which could adversely affect operation of the Website.
  9. The Website and the content of the Website are provided on an ‘as is’ basis without any warranty as to merchantability, non-infringement of third parties’ rights, or fitness for particular purpose. Whilst the Company will use reasonable endeavours to provide access to the Website, update materials on the Website, and keep the Website free from bugs, errors and viruses, no warranties are given.
  10. We reserve the right to withdraw, restrict use of, amend access to, or change the content of the Website without notice to You.
  11. We do not warrant that access to the Website and the services it provides will be uninterrupted.
  12. We will not be liable for loss or damage of any kind arising from Your use of, or inability to access, the Website, inaccuracies or omissions in any content on the Website, or bugs, errors and viruses contained in the Website.
  13. We accept no responsibility for the data policies, or procedures, or content of any site to which hypertext links exist from the Website. The links are provided ‘as is’ with no warranty for the information provided within them.
  14. All intellectual property content in the Website (IPR), including but not by way of limitation, trademarks, product names, logos, designs, get-up, copyright and database content, is owned or licensed to Us. You may use the Website and IPR for personal use only to make enquiries about the services offered by the Company and its suppliers. You may not access or use the Website and IPR for commercial purposes. You may not copy, reproduce or republish the IPR except in relation to an enquiry about conveyancing services. You may not access or interact with the Website with automated or semi-automated software, or seek to reverse engineer or modify the Website in any way.
  15. The information provided on the Website in respect of conveyancing services is generic in nature and should not be relied upon as being legal advice or relevant or appropriate for Your specific circumstances.
  16. You agree to indemnify Us from all loss, damage or liability the Company may incur directly or indirectly arising from Your breach of the Terms, Your use of the Website, and the Information which You submit to the Website and or the Company.
  17. By accessing and using the Website, You agree that We may use the Information including personal data which You provide in accordance with the Privacy Policy.
  18. If any term of this Agreement is found to be invalid or unenforceable then it is to be regarded as severable from the Agreement so as not to affect the validity and enforceability of the remainder.
  19. This Agreement is governed by the laws of England and Wales.