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TerMs of Use

By accessing or using our website you are agreeing to our terms of use and our privacy and cookie policies. Should you do not agree with these terms of use you should immediately leave this website and you should not revisit it. Please ensure to check for updated terms each time you visit our site or services.


The Privacy Policy contained on this website forms part of and is hereby incorporated into these terms of use.


Information, documentation and downloads available on this website are intended for general guidance only. They are not, and cannot be relied upon as if they were, legal or professional advice.  If you use any information, documentation or downloads available on this website you do so entirely at your own risk.  If you require legal advice on any issue or in relation to any matter touched upon alluded to on our website please contact us on (+353) (01)2939955, e-mail us at or call to arrange an appointment. We are not responsible for and all liability for all or any loss or damage howsoever arising out of the use of our website or our e-mail subscription messages or any information, documentation or downloads provided via any of these sources or reliance on the contents of any of them.


Submission of an enquiry via our website or by e-mail or subscription to our e-mail database or accessing information, documentation or downloads from this website shall not give rise to any solicitor client relationship between you and us at any stage. Please be clear that unless we enter into a separate formal written and signed letter of engagement with you in relation to a specified matter we are not acting for you as solicitors in relation to any matter.


From time to time our website may include links to other websites. These links are provided for your convenience only. The existence of a link does not signify that we endorse either the third party, their website, or its content (or any of them), and we shall have no responsibility for any of them. Sheena Townley and Townley Kingston Solicitors is the owner of the copyright in the content of our site and any unauthorized copying or reproduction of any aspect of our website or any part of it is strictly prohibited.


Legal content on our website and our services and their use is governed by the laws of Ireland. The Irish courts shall have exclusive jurisdiction over any disputes or disagreements.


We may change our terms at our discretion and without notice. By continuing to use our website you accept our terms as displayed on our website from time to time and you acknowledge your obligation to revisit these terms of use periodically to apprise yourself of any changes.  If you do not agree with our terms, please discontinue the use of our site immediately, unsubscribe from our e-mail database and delete any information, documentation or downloads from your system that you may have accessed from either of these sources.

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