The Terms of Service below is a legal web page that serves as our Terms of Service and it governs the legal terms of our website,https://shouther.com/, sub-domains, and any associated web-based and mobile applications (collectively, “Website”), as owned and operated by https://shouther.com/.
These Terms of Service (“Terms”) govern your relationship with Shouther.co.uk, the owner of the website located at https://shouther.com/, regarding your use of the services, features, content and tools available on the website (collectively referred to as the “Service”).
This site is protected by the international copyright laws. Copying, redistribution, usage for commercial purposes or publication is strictly prohibited. The trademarks and service marks of our site are owned by us. You are not allowed to use any trademark without prior written permission from us.
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Links to other websites are provided solely as a convenience to you. By accessing other websites through links within our website, we do not create or have an affiliation with, or sponsor such third party websites. The inclusion of links within our website does not constitute any endorsement, guarantee, warranty, or recommendation of such third party websites. shouther.com has no control over the legal documents and privacy practices of third party websites; as such, you access any such third party websites at your own risk
This website is financed and managed from advertising. No money is used for our guests on this site. All articles and guides published on this website have been thoroughly researched and checked. However, no responsibility is taken for damages done to your devices based on instructions published on this website. We do not promote any illegal actions.
Our Legal Terms Content Disclaimer The content on our Website is provided as general information only. It should not be construed to be formal legal advice nor the formation of a lawyer/client relationship. Visitors to our Website are encouraged to seek independent counsel for advice on specific matters, and should always consult with an attorney regarding their specific legal rights and obligations.