Terms & Conditions

  • Your access to and use of the XBP Refining Consultants Ltd. website (the “Website”), and/or any information it contains (the “Content”), constitutes your unconditional acceptance of the following terms of use (hereinafter “Terms of Use”).

    The Content of this Website is provided by XBP Refining Consultants Ltd. for your general information and reference only. In particular, the Content does not constitute any form of advice or recommendation and should not be relied on in making (or refraining from making) any specific personal or business decision. You and your clients should seek independent professional advice before making any such decisions. All arrangements made between you and any third party named on the Website are at your sole risk and responsibility.

    XBP Refining Consultants Ltd. makes no warranties or representations, whether express or implied, in relation to the Website, including but not limited to implied warranties or conditions of completeness, accuracy, satisfactory quality and fitness for a particular purpose.

    XBP Refining Consultants Ltd. does not represent that the Content shall be appropriate or available for use outside of the United Kingdom. If you access the Website from outside of the United Kingdom, it is your responsibility to ensure compliance with any foreign and local laws and requirements.

    XBP Refining Consultants Ltd. does not guarantee that the Website is free of errors or bugs, nor that these may be corrected or that the Website performs without interruptions or breakdowns. The Content may include technical inaccuracies or typographical errors. In addition, XBP Refining Consultants Ltd. excludes all liability of any kind for direct, indirect or incidental damages or loss of data or profit resulting from or associated with the use or operation of the present Website and its Content.

    These Terms of Use shall be governed by and construed in accordance with English law. By accessing the Website, you agree to submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts.