Our professional indemnity insurance is arranged via Hiscox Underwriting Ltd of 1 Great St. Helen’s, London, EC3A 6HX . The territorial coverage is worldwide.
Complaints should be made by contacting the Managing Director, Mr Taheer Afzal on 0121 568 6551 or email@example.com.
Details of any other dispute resolution procedure applicable to an engagement will be contained in the relevant letter of engagement.
This site contains information about Darlaston Taxshop and general guidance and information concerning accounting practice for the personal use of users.
The site’s purpose is not to render any professional services or advice, and none of the information on the site is a substitute for professional advice concerning particular circumstances. In this context, inadvertent errors can occur on the site and applicable laws, rules and regulations etc often change.
This site is provided as is and without any warranties, expressed or implied.
No responsibility for loss occasioned to any person acting or refraining from action as a result of the material on this site can be accepted Darlaston Taxshop.
Links on this site may lead to sites maintained by individuals or organisations other than Darlaston Taxshop. These are provided as a convenience to users and Darlaston Taxshop neither monitors or endorses such sites.
In the event of dispute all matters will be subject to the jurisdiction of the United Kingdom Supreme Court and governed by the laws of England and Wales.
Legal and Regulatory Information
Legal form: Limited company operating as a firm of Accountants providing services in the name of Darlaston Taxshop Ltd. Head office and postal address 210a-212a Darlaston Road, Darlaston, Wednesbury, West Midlands, WS10 7TQ. Telephone: 0121 568 6551. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Company number: 05773174.
General Terms and Conditions: A letter of engagement detailing our terms and conditions will be provided at the commencement of any engagement to which they apply.
Applicable Law: Unless otherwise agreed, English law, with the English Courts having exclusive jurisdiction in relation to any claim, dispute or difference concerning the service and any matter arising from it.