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What you get with this Hourlie
When to use
Use this email disclaimer
to make sure you include legally required information about limited companies and limited liability partnerships in your business emails
to include a confidentiality, notice in your business emails
to include disclaimers in your business emails (optional)
What it covers
This email disclaimer covers
information required by law about limited companies and limited liability partnerships
What is an email disclaimer?
An email disclaimer is a notice, or warning added to an email which is designed to try to protect the outgoing sender from breaches of confidentiality, propagation of viruses, contractual claims and employee liability.
Why do I need an email footer and disclaimer?
The Companies Act 1985 requires all business emails from a private or public limited company to include the following information:
the company’s registered name (e.g. XYZ Ltd)
the company’s registration number
place of registration (e.g. Scotland or England & Wales)
and its registered office address.
How does an email disclaimer protect me?
Adding an email disclaimer can protect you from a range of issues. These include:
protecting the confidentiality of an emails contents
warning the receiver that emails may contain viruses and they are responsible for checking this
helping to avoid entering into unwanted contracts
protecting your business in case an employee gives negligent advice in an email
reducing the responsibility of your business if an employee sends offensive, obscene or defamatory statements within an email.
I provide disclaimers which are tailored to your business needs.
What the Seller needs to start the work
After purchasing the Hourlie, I will contact you to discuss your exact requirement in detail. Please note I work Mondays to Fridays and weekends / Bank Holidays are not classed as working days. Any Hourlies deliverable on a weekend, will be delivered the first working day thereafter.