Terms & Conditions

USE OF WEBSITE

Use of the website is provided by SOS Children’s Villages UK subject to the following Terms and Conditions:

1. You are bound by the terms and conditions on any of SOS Children’s Villages UK websites.

2. You agree to use any of SOS Children’s Villages UK websites accordingly to the law.

3. We reserve the right to update or amend the terms and conditions at any time. You are bound to new terms and conditions if you continue to use any of SOS Children’s Villages UK websites after the change.

4. We do not guarantee that any of SOS Children’s Villages UK websites will be always available and fully functional, accurate, reliable, error or bugs free.

5. We do not take any responsibility for any damage that may be caused by usage of any of SOS Children’s Villages UK websites.

6. If Terms and Conditions are in any conflict with rules and/or specific terms of use appearing on any of SOS Children’s Villages UK websites relating to specific material then the latter shall prevail.

7. If for any reason these terms are not acceptable by the visitor, the use of any of SOS Children’s Villages UK websites must be terminated immediately.

COPYRIGHT

1. Commercial use or publication of all or any item/image displayed is strictly prohibited without prior authorisation from SOS Children’s Villages UK.

2. Documents may be copied for personal use only on the condition that copyright and source indications are also copied, no modifications are made and the document is copied entirely.

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