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- Clayton Parish Council has taken every care in the preparation of the content of this website. The information and materials that this website contains are provided by Clayton Parish Council in good faith. Some information and materials are prepared on the basis of publicly available information and other sources which are believed to be reliable.
- All information and materials on this website are for your general information and use only and do not constitute any advice or recommendation (professional or otherwise). You should not rely upon any information or materials on this website in making or refraining from making any specific business decision or other decisions.
- Clayton Parish Council does not guarantee the accuracy or validity of the information and materials on this website.
- Access to this website (including use of any information or materials on it) is entirely at your own risk. Clayton Parish Council accepts no liability whatsoever. Particularly, the Parish Council accepts no liability for any direct, indirect, special or other consequential damages of whatever kind (including, without limitation, loss of profits, anticipated savings, revenues, data, goodwill or contracts), resulting from whatever cause, through the use of any information or material obtained either directly or indirectly from this website.
- Clayton Parish Council reserves the right to make changes and corrections to any part of the content of this website at any time without notice.
- This website may provide facilities including (without limitation) feedback forms or email, chat rooms and discussion forums (interactive or otherwise) which allow you to provide us with feedback on this website or on any other issues, and which allow you and other users to interact, exchange views and post, transmit or send information, data or other materials. You shall not use such facilities to store, reproduce, transmit, communicate or receive any offending material. It shall be irrelevant whether you are aware of such Offending Material. "Offending Material" means any material, data, images or information which (1) is in breach of any law, regulation, code of practice or acceptable use policy; or (2) is abusive, indecent, defamatory, obscene or menacing or otherwise offensive; or (3) is in breach of confidence, copyright or other intellectual property rights, privacy or any other right of any third party: or (4) relates to or constitute an advertisement for investment services or which offers to buy and/or sell investments. Clayton Parish Council shall not be held responsible for any offending material posted, transmitted, sent or communicated over this website. You also agree that Clayton Parish Council may use any information and materials posted, stored, transmitted or communicated via these facilities in any manner.
- You agree that Clayton Parish Council, at any time, may remove, delete or censor any information or materials on this website including those posted, transmitted, sent or communicated by you or any third party, particularly offending material.
- You agree that Clayton Parish Council may record and store information and materials you have posted, transmitted, sent or communicated on this website, and make available any such information and materials to any regulatory authority or the police upon request.
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- Clayton Parish Council excludes all warranties, express or implied, to the fullest extent permitted by law, relating to the information and materials on this website.
- These disclaimers shall be governed by and construed in accordance with English law. If any provision of these disclaimers shall be unlawful, void or for any reason unenforceable, then that provision shall be deemed severable and shall not affect the validity and enforceability of any remaining provisions.