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Our Terms and Conditions for this site

1. General. The owner of this website is Scothaus, a Scottish company No SC388165, located at 4 Grayshill Road, Westfield, Cumbernauld, G68 9HQ. By using this website you agree to be legally bound by these Scothaus Terms and Conditions and by all other applicable provisions. If you disagree with the Scothaus Terms and Conditions and/or with any other of the applicable provisions, you are not permitted to use the website.

2. Permitted Use. Permitted use of this website includes: (i) viewing this website; (ii) inputting your details; (iii) requesting quotes;(v) transferring to other websites through links provided on this website.

3. Intellectual Property. All materials presented on this website, including names, logos, prices, etc., as well as the colour scheme and the layout of the website, are subject to copyright, trademark and/or other intellectual property rights. You may only use these materials, the colour scheme and the layout for your personal, non-commercial purposes. Any other use and/or reproduction of the materials, of the colour scheme, or of the layout of the website, without prior written consent of Scothaus, will constitute breach of these intellectual property rights, and will be prosecuted without further notice.

4. Links to this Website. You may only establish and/or operate links to this website following prior written consent of Scothaus. Such consent may be withdrawn at any time at Scothaus's discretion.

5. Limited Liability. Scothaus will not be held liable for any losses and/or damages arising from the use of this website or of any other website to which this website provides a link, and/or from the use of information presented on this or any such other website.

6. Applicable Law and Jurisdiction. Disputes arising from the use of this website and the interpretation of these Scothaus Terms and Conditions are subject to the laws of the Great Britain. Disputes will be brought before the British courts. Scothaus reserves the right to institute proceedings in the country of your residence.