Website terms and conditions
By using this website or becoming a member of the UK Registrars Group (UKRG) you agree to accept our Terms and Conditions outlined below. From time to time these terms and conditions may vary so you should review them regularly.
Privacy and data protection
When you register to become a member of the UKRG, or register for an event or conference, the UKRG will collect and hold the personal information which you have supplied on the registration form. We will keep your personal data to administer your membership and communicate with you about the event you have registered for, future events, news and developments, information from our corporate members and changes in our services.
By default, all your details will be hidden from other members on the ‘Membership List’ page of our website. If you would like to be visible to other individual and corporate members, you will need to change what is shared with other members by logging in to the ‘My Details’ page on our website, and check the tick-boxes on your profile. You can make amendments to your personal data at any time by updating the same page.
We will only keep your data for the length of your membership, and for two calendar years thereafter to allow you the opportunity to easily renew membership. After this period your personal details will be erased.
We will not sell or pass on your information without first obtaining your consent. The UKRG uses reasonable endeavours to comply with the UK Data Protection Act 1998 and EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
If you have any questions or concerns about the information we hold about you, if you wish to end your membership early or would like us to update or erase your data, please email us.
Copyright and reproductions
This website contains material that is both owned by or copyright of the UKRG and other parties. Reasonable efforts have been made to credit copyright owners and obtain permissions for reproductions, however in the event of any misattributions the UKRG will endeavour to rectify the position accordingly. Reproduction, circulation or distribution of content from this website is done at your own risk and it is your responsibility to check you have permission to do so and to acknowledge the appropriate party. Commercial reproduction of any material from this website is not allowed without written permission from the UKRG.
The UKRG website has links to other websites that are provided solely for the use and convenience of the visitor. A link does not represent any association, endorsement or recommendation by us. We are not responsible for the content of any linked websites, which may have different terms and conditions than ours.
While the UKRG makes every effort to ensure the accuracy of the information on this website, we cannot be held liable for any losses or damages arising from your use of the website, including reliance on information contained.
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You can change your browser settings to remove, block or withdraw your consent for cookies at any time. But in some cases this may impact on your ability to use our website. Browsers recognise different types of cookies and allow you to treat them differently.
There are two main types of cookies, first and third party: First Party Cookies are those set by the website you are viewing. Third party cookies are set by other sites; for example if a video has been embedded from YouTube, YouTube may set a cookie of its own.
Cookies can also last for different durations. Session cookies last until you leave the site, others may last for days or months so the site can recognise you and your preferences on subsequent visits.
We use a number of different cookies on this site, these are:
- necessary cookies that are essential in helping users to move around the website and use its features such as events bookings;
- and performance cookies, that collect information about how users use the site, such as which pages are the most visited. These cookies collect anonymous information only and only use any information to improve the site.