Our cookies policy

Please carefully read the following policy about the cookies. Your continued use of this website means that you agree with our use of cookies.

The below information explains how Aramm Legal Solicitors use the cookies and also provides you with the information required to modify your browser setting to control your browsers use of cookies. Aramm Legal Solicitors believes that its use of cookies is necessary for the smooth functioning of the website.

Aramm Legal Solicitors never will use cookies to identify individuals and will not store personal information in cookies.

What are browser cookies?

They are simply small text files which help you to navigate a website, identify preferences and perform specific functions dealing with enhancing the usability of the website.

How Aramm Legal Solicitors use Browser Cookies?

Aramm Legal Solicitors is using the cookies for statistical purposes, which help us to improve our services. Aramm Legal Solicitors use Google Analytics to provide us with information about the use of the website and improving security on the website to prevent fraudulent activity and protect your personal information. Another reason for Aramm Legal Solicitors using the browser cookies is storing an anonymous reference to information you enter into the website e.g to track popular search terms.

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Should you wish to view Aramm Legal Solicitors website terms and conditions please see our Terms page.

What Happens If You Opt-Out

If you decide to disable cookies we record this so you don’t get asked the question again. You will find that most of the website works as expected although functions that rely on cookies are obviously disabled. These functions include using online forms (e.g. our enquiry form) or any feature that requires a login. We use a cookie to remember your cookie preferences, which has a couple of consequences:

If you delete all your cookies you will have to tell us your preference again

If you use a different device, computer profile or browser you will have to tell us your preference again. For this reason, Aramm Legal Solicitors will advise you to use the browser cookies.

Is this GDPR or PECR?

The original EU legislation that became known as the “E-Privacy Directive“ was published in 2003 and implemented as European Directive – 2002/58/EC then amended by Directive 2009/136/EC that included a requirement to seek consent for cookies and similar technologies. The EU Directive entered UK law on 26th May 2011 as “The Privacy and Electronic Communications (EC Directive) (Amendment) Regulations 2011” often referred to as PECR – and this is still in force today. PECR sits alongside the more widely known legislation GDPR – both are regulated by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) www.ico.gov.uk.

We Provide Comprehensive Legal Consultations

Our firm is therefore constantly developing and is prepared at all times to step up and meet any legal challenge.