Terms and conditions of use of website

The terms and conditions apply between you, the user of the website (including sub-domains, unless expressly excluded by their terms and conditions) and J&P Accountants. Please ensure that you read through the terms and conditions carefully, as it will affect your legal rights. Your agreement to comply with the terms and conditions is deemed upon your first visit of this website. However, if you do not agree to be bound by the terms and conditions set by J&P Accountants, then you should refrain from using this site immediately.

In these terms and conditions, the terminology for user or users means any third party that accesses the website which isn’t employed or acting on behalf of J&P Accountants, and neither are they engage as a consultant or otherwise providing services to and accessing the site in connection with the provision of such services.

Intellectual property and acceptable use

  1. Content featured on our website unless uploaded by users is the property of J&P Accountants, affiliates or other relevant third parties. Content can be anything from text, graphics, images, audio, video, software, data complications, page layout, underlying code, and any form of information that is capable of being stored on a computer and transferred over to the website, including any information that is uploaded by the user. By continuing to use the website, you accept that such content is preserved by copyright, trademark, database rights and other intellectual property rights. Nothing in this site shall be interpreted as granting by implication, estoppels, or otherwise any license or right to use any trademark, logo or service, mark displayed on the site without the owner’s prior written permission

  2.    You may use this content for personal use, store it electronically or print it.

  3. You must not reproduce, copy, modify, distribute or use for commercial purposes without   written consent.

Prohibited Use

  1. Users are not permitted to use the website for any of the following reasons:

a) In any way which causes, or potentially causes, damage to the website
b) In any way which may cause harmful, unlawful, illegal, abusive, harassing and threatening behaviour in breach of any applicable law, regulation, government order.

Availability to the website and disclaimers

  1. Any of the facilities on the site such as tools, services and information that is available through the site is provided ‘as is’ and on an “as available” basis, as we can’t guarantee that the service will be free from defects and faults. Furthermore, we can’t guarantee the accuracy of information since news and law regulations are always changing, and also the compatibility and satisfactory quality. We are also under no obligation to update the information on this site.

  2. Although we try our best to ensure that our site is secure and free from malware, we cannot guarantee that this won’t ever happen. So, our users must take responsibility for their security when visiting the site, personal details and their computers.

  3. We accept no liability for any disruption or if the website isn’t available.

  4. We also reserve the right to alter, suspend or remove parts of the website, including services and news at any given time. These terms and conditions will apply consistently throughout modified versions of the site unless stated otherwise.

Limitation of Liability

  1. We will not be held accountable for any losses that may arise from events beyond our reasonable control

  2. To the maximum extent permitted by law, accepts no liability for any of the following:

a) Any business losses, such as loss of profits, income, revenue, anticipated savings, business contracts, goodwill or commercial opportunities
b) Loss or corruption of any data, database or software
c) Any special, indirect or consequential loss or damage

Salvatorian clause

  1. Salvatorian clause
    Should one of the contract clauses become invalid, the validity of the remaining provisions as a whole shall not be affected. Instead of the invalid clause, what comes closest to the economical purpose of the clause is then agreed.

  2. Place of jurisdiction and fulfilment

           Place of jurisdiction and place of fulfilment, to the extent permitted by law, is Manchester, United Kingdom. Therefore, any document is subject of the jurisdiction of the United Kingdom.