Terms and Conditions and Website Disclaimer for the keystonepg.ie website for Keystone Procurement Limited
Keystone Procurement Ltd is a private company owned by Ross McCarthy, Donnacha Phelan and Tanya Thompson. Within this document, the keystonepg.ie website will be referred to as “Site”.
General information on this Site
Responsible for the Site: Keystone Procurement Limited
Design and implementation: Pixelpod
Purpose and extent of the information we collect
Any details you give us will be at your own discretion. We will not pass your details to a third party without your consent. Should you fill out the contact form, the information collected with be used to liaise with you in the future.
While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of all material and information on this Site, Keystone Procurement Limited makes no representation or warranty, express or implied, concerning material, content and information on this Site, which are provided “as is”. Keystone Procurement Limited excludes all express or implied terms, conditions, warranties, representations or endorsements whatsoever in relation to the viewing, use or performance of this Site or any information provided through this Site.
Omissions & Errors
1.This Site including all its contents has been prepared to the best of our knowledge and is subject to change. This Site is intended as a general guide to Keystone Procurement Limited, our people, our practice areas and careers opportunities and does not give legal to any of its users. No liability can be taken for any omissions or errors.
- Liability for Loss
Keystone Procurement Limited and its affiliates, agents, directors, employees or suppliers will not be liable for any indirect or consequential loss, or for any direct or indirect loss of profit, data, opportunity or reputation, or any other incidental, punitive, special, exemplary loss or damage howsoever arising from the use of (or failure to use) or reliance on the Site.
- Liability not unlawfully excluded
This limit does not apply to any liability we may have for death, personal injury or resulting from any negligent or fraudulent misrepresentation.
- Irish Law
The disclaimer in this section shall not operate to exclude any term, warranty or liability that may not be excluded under Irish law.
This lists the conditions and regulates your use of the keystonepg.ie website and its contents.
Accessibility: The Site and the services provided on it are usually available 7 days a week and 24 hours a day. Due to technical or editorial work, availability might be interrupted on a short term basis. Keystone Procurement Limited is neither responsible for the interruption of access mentioned above nor for the possible consequences such an interruption might have for users or any third party.
Limitation of liability: There is a blog on the Site which are the thoughts and opinions of Keystone Procurement Ltd. It is neither responsible for any damage or breakdown that may be caused by using the Site or downloading files. Furthermore, Keystone Procurement Limited cannot be held responsible for any damage caused due to unauthorised interruption to the administrative system of the Site.
Exclusion of responsibility for third party Sites: Keystone Procurement Limited does not hold any responsibility for the content, materials, data or accuracy of third parties’ Sites that can be reached via hypertext links from this Site.
Intellectual property: All contents, designs and formatting on this Site are protected by the laws on royalties and associated rights. By using the Site, users recognise these rights. Names of products, companies or organisations may appear on this Site. They remain the property of the respective party and are not to be copied, distributed, published or sold by the user without their prior agreement.
Should you wish to discuss any matters or concerns relating to the processing of personal data on our Site or any aspect of the Site it self please contact us by email or post.
Keystone Procurement Limited
Ardenagh Great, Taghmon, Co. Wexford, Y35 RY91, Ireland
Phone: (01) 485 1280