ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION LEGAL DISCLAIMER
The information transmitted in any e-mail communicated by Capricorn Trustees Ltd, including any attached files thereto, is intended solely for the individual or entity to whom it is addressed and where applicable, copied to. It is strictly confidential and legally privileged from disclosure and unauthorised use.
If you are not the named addresses or the person responsible for delivering the message to the named addressee and/or have received a message in error, you must (1) not disclose the contents of this e-mail to any other person; (2) not make any copies thereof; (3) delete/destroy any and all copies that may exist, whether in electronic or hard copy form; and (4) notify us immediately and provide with details about the said email received in error.
Note further that any form of unauthorized review, copying, disclosure, distribution and/or publication, dissemination, modification, reproduction, transmission of, or any unauthorised action taken in relation to such a message or its attachments, or the taking of any action in reliance upon any of the information contained in this e-mail by individuals or entities other than the intended recipient, is strictlyprohibited and may be unlawful and an infringement of copyright.
We remind you that by its very nature the Internet is not a secure medium. We cannot guarantee the privacy or confidentiality, or the integrity of any e-mail communication transmitted across the Internet and messages sent via this medium are potentially at risk. The recipient should scan any attached files for viruses. All messages sent to and from Capricorn Trustees may be monitored and/or recorded to ensure compliance with internal policies and procedures.
Capricorn Trustees disclaims all responsibility and liability whatsoever:
- arising from any damage or loss caused by any virus or other material which may cause harm to other systems which emanated from CTL.
- arising from any failure in communication as a result of the risks associated with this medium to transmit.
- in relation to any errors of omissions that may reveal themselves in any email communication and in relation to any damage that may result from any such errors or omissions.
- for any damage that may arise from the unauthorised acts of third parties and/or the corruption of any data contained in any email communication.
- arising from the content of e-mail messages, including but not limited to claims for defamation, slander, obscenity, pornography, profanity, or misrepresentation.