1.1 This website is operated by Miller Samuel Hill Brown LLP, a limited liability partnership having its Registered Office at 5 Renfield Street, Glasgow G2 5EZ (“Miller Samuel Hill Brown”). Please note that the term “partner” when used on this website denotes a member of Miller Samuel Hill Brown and should not be construed as indicating that the members of Miller Samuel Hill Brown are carrying on business in partnership for the purposes of the Partnership Act 1980.
1.2 Your continued use of this website is subject to the terms and conditions, which can be amended by Miller Samuel Hill Brown from time to time, set out below (“the Terms”). By using this website or any part thereof you agree to be bound by the Terms.
2.1 The material, information and content on this website (“the Content”) is provided for general information purposes only and is not intended to constitute legal or other professional advice. Miller Samuel Hill Brown make no representations or warranties in connection with the accuracy or reliability of the Content and exclude to the fullest extent permitted by law all liability whatsoever in connection with this website or any use of the information provided on this website.
2.2 This website may contain links to other websites. Miller Samuel Hill Brown is not responsible for the management or control of these other websites. Miller Samuel Hill Brown does not endorse or assume any responsibility for the content or use of such sites and excludes all liability whatsoever in connection with such sites or links.
2.3 Nothing on this website constitutes a binding offer to provide services.
3.1 The copyright in the Content is owned by Miller Samuel Hill Brown. You are entitled to view, download and print extracts for personal use and may also copy extracts to third parties for their personal use provided Miller Samuel Hill Brown is acknowledged as the source, the extracts are not altered in any way and the Terms are brought to the attention of the recipient. All other use or reproduction of the contents of this website, including by way of a hypertext link to the website, is prohibited without the prior written consent of Miller Samuel Hill Brown.
3.2 Any unauthorised downloading, use, copying, modification or distribution of the Content may be in breach of statutory or common law rights which could be the subject of legal action.
3.3 All rights not expressly granted are reserved by Miller Samuel Hill Brown.
4.1 Miller Samuel Hill Brown will use reasonable endeavours to ensure that neither this website nor the Content contain any computer viruses. However, it is recommended that you should check for viruses on any of the Content you download from this website.
4.2 Miller Samuel Hill Brown exclude to the fullest extent permitted by law all liability whatsoever in connection with any loss or damage caused by a computer virus originating from or arising in connection with your use of this website.
5.1 Miller Samuel Hill Brown takes the privacy of your information very seriously. This policy explains how and for what purposes we use the information collected about you via this website. If you have any queries or comments relating to the policy please contact us.
5.4 A cookie is a small file that can be placed on your hard drive or on the website server. Cookies do not retrieve information about you and do not corrupt or damage your computer, but if you wish you can choose to modify your browser so that it does not accept cookies.
5.5 Miller Samuel Hill Brown may use your information:
5.6 We will only share your information with third parties where necessary to provide you with services or with your prior written consent unless compelled by law or some other regulatory agency to do so.
5.7 If you wish to update or amend or to request a copy of the information we hold about you please contact us online, or write to us at Website Manager, Miller Samuel Hill Brown LLP, RWF House, 5 Renfield Street, Glasgow G2 5EZ. Please note that we may be entitled to charge a small fee for the production of information requested in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998.
6.1 The Terms are governed by Scots law and the Scottish courts will have exclusive jurisdiction to resolve any dispute or claim of whatsoever nature arising or otherwise relating to the Terms. If any provision of the Terms is found to be illegal and invalid then the remaining provisions shall remain in full force and effect.