Terms of use


The trademarks appearing on this website are protected by the laws of England and by international trademark laws.


The information placed on this website has been prepared solely for the purpose of providing selected information about Smart Oxford and organisations with which it is associated.

Smart Oxford does not make any warranty that information contained on this website , or on any site linked to this website, is complete, accurate or up-to-date; and Smart Oxford is not responsible for the results of reliance on any such information.

Smart Oxford does not make any warranty that use of the website will be uninterrupted, virus-free or error-free; or that use of the website will not affect other software or operating systems used to access the website . Any warranties provided under the general law are expressly excluded to the fullest extent possible. In particular, Smart Oxford does not warrant that use of the website will not infringe the rights of any other person or organisation; nor that the website is of reasonable quality or fit for any particular purpose, even if Smart Oxford has received notice of an intention to use the website for that purpose.

Unless expressly stated otherwise, opinions given on this website are those of the individuals making them, and not those of Smart Oxford: Smart Oxford is not responsible for such opinions or any claims resulting from them.

To the extent permitted in law, Smart Oxford accepts no liability for any loss or damage which may be suffered by other parties as a direct or indirect result of using this website (including loss of profit, loss of opportunity, loss of business, and consequential loss).

Smart Oxford reserves the right to modify these terms and conditions at any time. Changes will be posted to this page, so users should review it frequently.

These terms are governed by English law, and the Courts of England have exclusive jurisdiction in relation to them.

If any of these terms is found to be illegal or unenforceable by a court of competent jurisdiction, the term(s) in question will be severed; but the remaining terms will continue in force.