Not Legal Advice
The materials and informaiton on this website are made available by Mosher Chedore for informational purposes only and should not be considered legal advice. Persons receiving the information on this web site should not act upon the information provided without seeking profession legal counsel.
No Solicitor-Client Relationship
The transmission and receipt of information on or through this web site does not form or constitute a solicitor-client relationship.
Because the law can change at a rapid pace, Mosher Chedore does not warrant or assume any legal liability or responsibility for the accuracy, completeness or usefulness of any information on this website.
This website may link to other Internet websites for the convenience of users. Mosher Chedore does not endorse these external websites and is not responsible for their content.
At Mosher Chedore we respect your privacy. We are committed to keeping your personal information confidential.
The only personal information we collect through this website is supplied by you if you choose to contact us by sending us an email or completing and submitting one of the forms on this website. We will store and use this information for purposes of contacting you and for responding to your inquiries. If you send us an email or contact us by using one of the forms on this website, you are consenting to our use of email for future correspondence with you.
We do not disclose your personal information to third parties except as required or permitted by law.
Your personal information is treated as private and confidential by Mosher Chedore. We take reasonable precautions to keep the information that we collect through this website secure. However, no communication over the Internet is completely secure. Consequently, Mosher Chedore cannot guarantee the security or confidentiality of information that you transmit via email or the forms on this website.
Jurisdiction and Governing Law
This agreement is governed by the laws of New Brunswick, Canada, and you hereby consent to the exclusive jurisdiction and venue of courts at Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada.