AVRillo are specialist conveyancers and, as an essential part of our business, we obtain, store and process data for both our clients and non-clients. In doing this we observe the current UK data legislation as well as the EU General Data Protection Regulation. To help you understand how we operate we have developed this privacy notice that describes how your data is used at AVRillo. For more information regarding this notice or our use of your data then please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or write to The Privacy Officer, AVRillo LLP, Gor-Ray House, 758 Great Cambridge Road, Enfield, EN1 3GN.
What data do we collect and use?
Whether or not you become a customer of AV Rillo we may use your details for the reasons below. If you become a customer of AV Rillo then we will use your personal data to fulfil our contract with you. The type of information we will use will be:
The legal basis and purposes for using your data
|Purpose for processing data||Legal basis for processing data|
|To administer or relationship with you, respond to enquiries and provide services||Performance of a contract|
|For billing and obtaining payment for services||Performance of a contract|
|To deal with and respond to complaints||To meet a legal obligation|
|To send emails to associated business partners and contacts||Legitimate interest of the business|
|To provide customers with “Customer Satisfaction Survey” requests||Legitimate interest of the business|
We may share your details with certain regulatory, professional and other bodies and business partners which help us in the provision of our service to the standard we wish to deliver on, which may include:
How long will the data be stored for?
We will take all steps possible to delete any personal data that is no longer necessary for the purpose for which it was obtained and processed. We will retain personal data for the length of time required to:
What are your rights relating to the use of your personal information?
For all uses made of your personal information you have the right to be informed about how we use your personal information, and this notice discharges that obligation. However, further rights may apply in different circumstances, as set out below
In the event you wish to exercise any of these rights then please submit your request in writing to the address provided above.
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