Ownership and editorial responsibility
This Website (“the website”) is owned by OSMO Partners LLP, a limited liability partnership registered in England and Wales under registration number OC395308 (“OSMO”) with its registered office at 80-83 Long Lane, London, EC1A 9ET. If you have any questions, comments or complaints about OSMO or the website you may contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
The website, its general structure, as well as texts, images animated or not, know-how, drawings, graphics and any other component of the website are the property of either OSMO or Web Design of Ipswich, whom OSMO have engaged to design and develop the website. It is not permitted to reproduce any partial or total reproduction of the website by any means whatsoever without the express permission of OSMO. Deterioration, and, without authorization, any reproduction, downloading, copying, modification, commercial use, all or part of the various elements of the website are prohibited and exposes its author to prosecution.
Operation and use of the website
OSMO is bound only by an obligation of means regarding the operation and continuity of the website. OSMO will in no event be liable for speeds including access to the website from other web sites, speeds of openness and consultation pages of the website, external delays, suspension or inaccessibility of the website, misuse by third of all information provided on the website. For acts due to force majeure as defined by case law, especially those below, breakdowns and technical problems regarding equipment, programs, software, Internet can if necessary, result in suspension or termination of service. If the service offered by the website is incompatible or malfunction with some software, configurations, operating systems, navigation and equipment you use, you are solely responsible for the use of the service and the site and cannot hold OSMO liable for any claim. OSMO reserves the right, without notice or compensation, either temporarily or permanently stopping a service or all services provided on the website.
The website may contain hypertext links to other websites. OSMO makes no commitment regarding any other website which you may access through the website and is in no way responsible for the content, operation and access to these sites.
Illegal content and morality
Any action on your part which would aim to restrict or prevent another person from using or enjoying the website is strictly prohibited. You can use the website only for lawful purposes and you are prohibited from posting or transmitting through the website any unlawful, harmful, defamatory, pornographic, hateful, racist or otherwise detrimental to the human dignity. If OSMO is informed or made aware of the presence of illegal content on the website OSMO would be entitled to immediately remove the content. OSMO also reserves the option of taking all necessary steps to enforce its rights. OSMO is entitled to carry out electronic monitoring of material posted and public areas of the website for compliance with the requirements above.
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Cookies on our website
Osmo Partners uses the following cookies on this website, for the following purposes:
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