TERMS AND CONDITIONS (The legal small print)
The opinions expressed on this web site do not necessarily represent the views of the publisher or the Leisure Owners Association. While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of information on this web site, no responsibility can be accepted by the Publisher or the Leisure Owners Association for omissions typographical or printing errors, inaccuracies or changes that may have taken place either before or after publication.
Please note specifically that:
- All the information and advice contained on this website is offered in good faith and reflects the experience and views of individual members. The Leisure Owners Association cannot, and does not, warrant the accuracy, safety or practicability of any of the material.
- The Site and its Content is provided for your general information only; be aware that the Content may not be accurate and complete. Therefore you should not propose to do, or refrain from doing, something in reliance upon Content you find on the Site, without first checking the accuracy of the relevant Content by some other means.
- This web page is a legal Agreement which sets out your rights and obligations and those of the Leisure Owners Association in relation to this web-site (the “Site”) and the material of all types that you gain access to on and through the Site (“Content”). You affirm your assent to the terms of this Agreement every time you access any part of the Site or make use of any of the Content.
The term “Content” includes, but is not limited to, all text, graphics and images which appear on the Site, and the design, look and feel of the Site itself. Each item of Content is protected by copyright and other intellectual property rights which are either owned by the Leisure Owners Association or licensed to it by a third party. The Site may contain proprietary notices (such as moral rights and trade mark notices) and copyright information, the terms of which must be observed and followed.
Use of Content
We permit you to use the Site and its Content for the purposes for which it is intended, that is as a general source of information about the activities of the Leisure Owners Association. You may download to a local hard disk and print extracts from the Site. You are not otherwise entitled to copy, distribute or transmit any of the Content or to incorporate any of it into any website (except by linking to the Site, see below) or other work whatsoever, nor may you broadcast, publish or facilitate any public performance of Content.
We encourage organisations and others to link their web sites to this Site. However, if you wish to establish a link to the Site or any of its Content, we require that the link is made to the Home Page of this Site and that it does not open within a frameset from another web site (i.e. that it should open in a new browser window).
Note: Notwithstanding that all the files available for download from this web site have been scanned for viruses prior to transmission to the Internet, the Leisure Owners Association will not be liable for direct, special, indirect or consequential damages arising as a result of any virus being passed on. The responsibility for effective virus protection remains at all times with the users of this web site.
Third Party Links
The Leisure Owners Association is not responsible for the content of third party sites linked to the Site.
Interaction with the Leisure Owners Association and other Users
In parts of the Site you may be enabled to interact with other users or with the Leisure Owners Association, through (for example) e-mail. You agree that any such interaction by you or through your e-mail address will not
(a) be capable of infringing the intellectual property or other rights of any person or entity,
(b) breach any applicable law, whether criminal, tortious or otherwise or
(c) be offensive, obscene, pornographic, insulting, false, unreliable or misleading.
You also agree that we may remove any material in our entire discretion.
The Site is provided from the United Kingdom for access and use by people both there and elsewhere. If you visit the Site from outside United Kingdom, you are, in effect, visiting the territory of the United Kingdom. Accordingly, you acknowledge that the laws of the United Kingdom apply to your use of the Content and govern this Agreement and that the Leisure Owners Association takes no responsibility to ensure the conformance of the Content or the Site to your country’s laws.
What are “Cookies”?
Cookies are small software files that are loaded automatically by many web sites onto your device when web pages are accessed. They are of two types: ‘long term’ and ‘session’.
Long term cookies remain active on your computer after a browser session has ended. They are often dated and expire after a set time has elapsed. They are, for example, often used to ‘remember’ log-in details; to save the user having to input usernames, etc. each time a web site is accessed.
Session cookies are short term; they only exist whilst you are browsing the site, are not used to collect information, do not ‘track’ your browsing and expire as soon as you leave the web site ‘session’. They are renewed each time you re-access a web site. Session cookies are used to manage authentication, navigation and other functions you need in order to enjoy modern web sites.
This site places only one long term cookie, which is used to ‘remember’ (for 30 days) that you have accepted cookies can be stored on your device. We also make some limited use of session cookies.
The cookies used by the Leisure Owners Association site are normally regarded as being harmless. We specifically do not track your usage of the Internet. However, our software can only provide a limited control over third party cookies.
There are a number of sites that provide tracking services and it may be considered worthwhile specifically blocking these. Various software cookie management tools and Internet security aids are available which can be used to control cookies and pop-up adverts.
To find out more about cookies, how they are used and the risks associated with them, visit the All About Cookies Web Site.
Cookie Management on the Association site
Please Note: If you have your browser set to clear cookies on exit or to deny cookies entirely, you will be asked to decide whether or not you wish to accept cookies each time you enter the site.