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Landlord Law and Tessa Shepperson comply with the principles of the Data Protection Act 1998 when dealing with all data received from visitors to the site.
We only hold the data necessary to administer the membership scheme and to offer services provided on the site. The information collected is information given during application for membership or services or when ordering products or documents. We also retain all feedback forms and emails sent to us generally.
All information is collected lawfully and in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998
Data is only used for the purposes described in the TJ Shepperson entry on the Data Protection Register.
We only hold data as long as is necessary. Once data is no longer needed it is deleted from our files.
We do not store credit card details (although card details are stored securely by our e commerce service Infusionsoft) nor do we share customer details with any 3rd parties.
Members and customers of Landlord-Law and clients of Tessa Shepperson can check the information we hold by emailing email@example.com. We reserve the right to charge up to £10 for administration. If you find any inaccuracies we will delete or correct it promptly.
We regularly email members, with a newsletter giving site news, and information and legal updates, and may send members other emails from time to time on matters we think will be of interest to them. We also send out by email a free newsletter to people who subscribe using our online application form. Recipients can subscribe from this however at any time by clicking the unsubscribe links in the newsletters.
From time to time we may also send out postal mailings to customers on our database with information which we think may be of interest to them.
We do use "cookies" which would be stored on your browser. These are essential for the site to function property, ie to hold a member as 'logged in', and for ordering procedures. If you "log out" the cookie will be deleted. >> See also our Cookies Page
We also work with third parties such as twitter, facebook and Google to collect conversion tracking data and data for remarketing via those systems for advertising purposes, and use services such as Google Analytics and Clicky Stats to monitor the use of our website and services.
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