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1. The Anglican Communion News Service website is designed for information purposes only.
2. All brand names publishing activities and trade marks used on these web pages are the trade marks, service marks or trade names of their respective holders.
3. Users must not reproduce, download, store in any medium, distribute, transmit or retransmit or manipulate any text, images or graphics except for the purposes of research, private study or as a part of the official communications efforts of Member Churches of the Anglican Communion. Reproduction for any other purpose is not permitted without written permission which must be obtained in advance from the
Director for Communications
Anglican Communion Office
St Andrew’s House
16 Tavistock Crescent
London W11 1AP
Tel: +44 (0)20 7313 3900
Fax: +44 (0)20 7313 3999
3. The Anglican Consultative Council make no warranties or representations about the accuracy of any information on this website or any other website to which it may be linked. The information contained in these pages is for general information only and the ACC shall not be liable for the accuracy, quality or completeness of any information contained in this website.
Our inclusion of links to such websites does not imply any endorsement of the material of such websites or any association with their operators. You are solely responsible for evaluating the accuracy and completeness of any information contained on the third party websites, and also the value and integrity of any resources, goods and services offered by such websites.
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Neither the ACC nor the ACO accept liability for any damages, including without limitation, indirect or consequential damages, or loss of profits, or any damage whatsoever arising out of or in connection with the use or loss of use of this site.
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The ACO reserves the right in their sole discretion to deny users access to this website or any part of this website without notice and to decline to provide the service to any user that is in breach of these terms and conditions.
Changes to the Terms and Conditions
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Unenforceability - The enforceability or otherwise of any provisions of these terms and conditions shall not affect the enforceability of the rest of these terms and conditions.
Anglican Communion Office ,
St Andrew’s House,
16 Tavistock Crescent,
London W11 1AP
Tel: +44 (0)20 7313 3900;
Fax: +44 (0)20 7313 3999