Terms & Conditions
Terms of Business
Please read these terms of business as they will apply to any services provided to you by
Re: Legal Consulting Ltd trading as “CEST Training.”
Version: 18-01-2021 v.2
These are the terms of business of the CEST Training website. If you use the website then you are agreeing to these terms of business. If you do not agree with these terms, do not use the website.
- CEST Explained
1.1 This book is sold as a .pdf download. You will be entitled to download the book up to 5 times and within a 30 day limit. After such time, the download will expire.
1.2 This book is a printable version but, you cannot take extracts from the book itself.
1.3 You may print the book for your own purposes only.
- Payment terms
2.1 CEST Explained is paid for through the Stripe payment mechanism for a one-off fee – there is no VAT on e-books.
2.2 The payment entitles the user to one download copy
3.1 The copyright in the original material belongs to Re Legal Consulting Ltd. All rights are reserved.
3.3 You may not reproduce, distribute, sell, disseminate this material other than for your own purposes without written permission from Re Legal Consulting Ltd.
3.4 Selling any copyright material to a third party is strictly prohibited.
3.5 In some instances the material is covered by Crown copyright under the Open Government Licence v.3.0 https://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/doc/open-government-licence/version/3/
4.1 CEST Explained is published by Re Legal Consulting Ltd (the ‘Publisher’).
4.2 As the Publisher, Re Legal Consulting Ltd makes reasonable efforts to ensure that the contents have been well researched and are accurate.
5.1 The published material is provided as a guide and is for information only and cannot be relied upon as legal advice. You should seek independent legal advice where necessary. The Publisher will not accept any liability for any loss or damage howsoever caused including direct, indirect or consequential damage.
- Governing law and jurisdiction
6.1 This Agreement is governed by English Law and the parties hereby submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts.