Terms and Conditions

This site is owned by the lawyer Hussein Al-Daadi’s office, which will be referred to later as “Al-Safwa Law Firm and Legal Consultations” and/or the office, which is the entity that manages it.

The user is any  person who uses this website. You must read and agree to these terms and conditions, as they are the terms of use of this website that Al Safwa Advocates and Legal Consultants have set. Any reference to the words: we – us – in this agreement refers to the office of attorney Hussein Hasen Hassan Al-Daadi and any reference to the words – user – you – your means the user of this site.

1- Obligations of the site user

1.1 By using and/or visiting (www.hd-lawfirm.com.sa) “This Website”, you acknowledge your acceptance of these terms and conditions and any other terms and conditions that Al Safwa Law Firm may add later in connection with the use of this website. The office reserves all rights to amend these terms at any time without prior notice and you are solely responsible for reviewing and complying with these terms once you access and/or use the website.  In the event that you do not agree to the terms that will be mentioned, you must exit the website immediately.

1.2 Your use of this Website means that you assume full responsibility for the possibility that articles and pages on our Website may be incorrect, incomplete, out of date or inappropriate for your case. We assume no responsibility to update the articles on our site.

2. Intellectual property

2.1 All logos, designs, names, articles, etc. are considered the intellectual property of Hussein Hassin Hassan Al-Daadi’s attorney’s office. Any information on this website is the sole and exclusive property of us. The user undertakes not to use, publish or otherwise deal with this intellectual property without our prior written consent.

2.2 The user is not permitted in any way to reproduce, reformat, copy or store in any way whatsoever as texts or images any of the contents of this website that have been published without our prior written consent.

2.3 All copyrights, trademarks and other intellectual property rights in this website and all content provided and that will be presented later on this website belong to the office and when you enter this office website, you undertake that your use will be on a personal level only as permitted and you undertake that your use will not be the site commercially. You also undertake after copying the contents to any other site, except with the authorization of Al Safwa Law Firm and Legal Consultations.

3. Limitation of Liability

3.1 You agree that your use of this website is at your sole risk.

3.2 The Office makes no representation or warranty of any kind including, but not limited to, warranties of satisfactory quality and suitability for your needs.

3.3 The Office shall not be liable for any damages or errors of any kind arising from your use of the Office’s website.

4.3 Al Safwa Law Firm has the right to terminate, change, suspend and/or discontinue any page of this website at any time without prior notice.

3.5 The Bureau makes no warranties of any kind that the contents of this website are virus-free. It is your sole responsibility to take all precautions in this regard.

3.6 This website contains links to external websites operated by third parties. We are not responsible in any way for your use of these links and make no warranty with respect to such links.

4- The ability to accept the terms of service

You warrant under these terms and conditions that you are over 18 years of age or have the legal consent of your parents and that you are able and qualified to enter into and enter into these terms and obligations

5- Compensation

You shall be liable to indemnify Al Safwa Law Firm for any loss, damage, claim and/or expenses including but not limited to fees and legal fees arising from your failure to comply with these Terms and Conditions.

6- Law and Jurisdiction

Interpretation of these terms and conditions in accordance with the laws of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The settlement of any dispute that may arise shall be within the jurisdiction of the courts of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

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