Terms and Conditions

Powerscourt Limited is registered in England No. 5130824
Registered office: 1 Tudor Street, London, England, United Kingdom, EC4Y 0AH

Disclaimer

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Terms and Conditions

By accessing this site you agree to the following terms and conditions. Use of the web site is subject to English law. All information on this web site is provided only for illustrative purposes and does not constitute an offer for, or an invitation to make an offer for shares or other securities in Powerscourt Ltd. It is not intended to and does not create any business, contractual or employment relationship with Powerscourt. The contents of the pages on this web site are copyright Powerscourt Ltd. and the copying or incorporating into any other work of part or all of the material available on this web site in any form is prohibited save that you may download extracts of the material on the site for your personal use or for a third party's personal use, provided that the source of the material is acknowledged. Any trademark used or referred to in this web site remains at all times the property of its owner.

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