1. Policy Statement
Castle Hayes Pursey LLP / CHP International LLP [CHP] is legally obliged to operate in accordance with the Data Protection Act (2018) – which makes provision for the General Data Protection Regulation (2016/679). CHP takes the privacy of website user data seriously. This Privacy Statement is incorporated within and subject to CHP’s business terms and conditions.
2. Data Security, Collection and Use
CHP collects data which might include personal data when website users make enquiries or directly contact customer services personnel. CHP commits to the lawful, fair and transparent treatment of personal data in safeguarding the successful provision of its products and services.
Data used for the processing of enquiries may include identifier information such as name and contact details of the person making an enquiry. Personal data shall not be processed by CHP unless certain conditions are met. Data shall not be retained for longer than is legally necessary or specified.
A “cookie” is a small fragment of information that a website can store on a website user’s web browser and later retrieve. A cookie cannot be read by any other website other than the one that set up the cookie. Cookie information, like all information submitted through the CHP website is confidential.
4. Marketing Permissions
CHP does not undertake marketing activities.
5. Third Parties
CHP shall not sell, trade or share personal information with third parties, unless it is legally obliged to do so.
6. Changes and Updates to This Statement
It is the intention of CHP to review and update this Policy Statement from time-to-time. Continued use of the CHP website indicates the user’s agreement to this policy and subsequent amendments.