Paul Mason Consulting Ltd is a retail systems expert that provides retailers with IT services and solutions that enable them to exceed customer requirements and expectations. We have offices in the UK and India and our registered address is 30/32 Blacklands Way, Abingdon Business Park, Abingdon, Oxon, OX14 1DY. We may use your personal information to send you information about our services, including legal updates and relevant third-party products and services, either when we have your express or implied consent or when we are legally permitted to do so. We may contact you for these purposes in a variety of ways, including by post, email, SMS, phone or social media campaigns. If you have consented to receive these communications from us, that consent will remain in effect until you tell us otherwise. However, you can unsubscribe at any time by: Post Office: 11 Cairo Street,South Coogee, NSW, 2034, AustraliaEmail: Phone: 02 8556 7560 In the course of providing legal services, we collect personal information in a variety of ways, including: When you use our website, we may also indirectly collect your Internet Protocol (IP) address, Device identifiers, browser type, operating system, Internet service provider, location, mobile phone information, pages viewed, timestamps, and your online transaction history. “Personal Data” means any information that can identify you or that reasonably allows you to determine your identity. This information may include your name, postal or email address, date of birth or financial details. The personal data we collect may include your name, home or business address, email address, IP address, and information about which pages are viewed and when. As we are a business-to-business company, we will not knowingly store your home address or phone number.

We will also not knowingly collect special categories of data. We may disclose your personal data to our group companies, holding companies or companies in India or to third parties in connection with a corporate reorganisation or restructuring, or if we are under a duty to disclose or share your personal data in order to comply with a legal obligation. However, we will take steps to ensure that your privacy rights continue to be protected. In general, we collect, store, use and disclose personal information for purposes related to the provision or potential of services to customers. More broadly, we use personal data to manage the legal services provided by clients, but also for related purposes, for example: You can help us keep your data up to date by notifying us of changes to your data such as your address, email address or telephone number. See section 9 below for more information. Full Name of Legal Entity: Paul Mason Consulting Limited Articles published in these journals are in the public domain and may be used and reproduced without special permission. However, anyone using the material is requested to properly cite and credit the source.

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Interest or penalties on royalties cannot be reduced. To request access, please contact us and we will respond within a reasonable time after the request. If you do not provide us with the contact details and other information we request, we (or others) may not be able to have or retain you as a customer or provide services to you. The type of personal data we collect about you depends on the type of business you have with us. For example, if you: We store personal information in a variety of ways, including in paper documents, electronic databases, email contact lists, and paper files in drawers and cabinets. We take reasonable steps to: You have the right to lodge a complaint at any time with the Information Commissioner`s Office (“ICO”), the UK supervisory authority for data protection matters ( However, we would appreciate the opportunity to address your concerns before contacting the ICO, so please contact us in the first instance. Further general information on data protection is available on the OAIC website at or by calling the OAIC reference number 1300 363 992. In addition to tax licensing requirements for transaction privileges, all Arizona counties require residential real estate to be registered with the county appraiser. There may be penalties and fines for properties that are not properly identified or registered with the county assessor as rental property.

PMC ensures the long-term preservation of the author`s manuscripts and makes them freely available for reading, writing and other purposes in accordance with the principles of fair use. If you do not consent to our collection, use and/or disclosure of your personal information for any other purpose, it may affect our ability to provide and improve our services or to do business with you. We also use personal data for other reasons, such as: We are committed to ensuring the security of personal data. We have a set of physical and technological access policies and procedures in place that provide a robust security environment. Please note that the laws governing the processing of personal data in other countries may be less stringent than in Australia. If we disclose your personal data overseas, we will take reasonable steps to ensure that your data is stored, managed and accessed in accordance with applicable Australian standards, including applications. It is important that you read this policy in conjunction with any other privacy policy or fair processing policy that we provide on certain occasions when we collect or process personal data about you so that you are fully aware of how and why we use your data. This policy supplements and is not intended to replace other privacy notices and policies. We will generally communicate with you by email.

Emails may not be secure. We may facilitate communication – for example, Virtual Meetings – monitor or record for training, registration or security purposes. If we do, we will notify you at that time, unless the relevant website or application does so automatically. The accuracy of your information is important to us. You have the right to request a copy of the information PMC holds about you by contacting or writing to 30/32 Blacklands Way, Abingdon Business Park, Abingdon, Oxon, OX14 1DY. However, we may charge a fee to cover our reasonable costs of locating information and providing it to you. This is subject to exceptions permitted by law, such as: where granting access would pose a serious threat to the life, health or security of a person or to public health or safety, or where granting access would have an unreasonable impact on the privacy of others.