We treat your privacy seriously

Lindley Mortimer – Privacy Policy May 2018

1  By entering into an agreement with Lindley Mortimer LLP (company number OC322791) and Lindley Mortimer Associates Ltd (company number 05704887), 1 Sheffield Road, Southborough, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN4 0PD, trading from 14 Cork Street, London W1S 3NS to market your property or acquire a property, you or your employees may provide to us various pieces of personal information.

2  We may also provide you with personal information relating to a buyer/seller.

3  Where you (our client) are a business you must comply with GDPR and as such by entering into an agreement with us you confirm that you –

i. Do comply with GDPR; and

ii. Have a data protection policy; and

iii. Do not share any data provided with any third party without the individuals consent.

4  The information required by us will vary depending on circumstances. In most cases it will include, but may not be limited to –

• Names and addresses

• Contact telephone numbers

• Email addresses

• Personal identification information and documentation

5  In all cases we will hold your personal information securely, either in hard copy on our property files or digital.

6  We may provide it to others only where it is required and as outlined below, or in accordance with your stipulated wishes.

7  Your information will not be passed to a third party without obtaining your consent.

8  We will retain the personal information we hold for up to 6 years, because the time limit for any party to initiate civil action against us should they believe they have a claim is 6 years.

9  If you would like to contact us regarding any data issue, please contact: james@lindleymortimer.com or bruce@lindleymortimer.com.

10  You have the following rights relating to the information we hold on you –

i. The right to make a Subject Access Request (SAR) to find out more about the data we hold about you;

ii. The right to be informed;

iii. The right of access;

iv. The right to rectification;

v. The right to erasure (also known as the ‘right to be forgotten’);

vi. The right to restrict processing;

vii. The right to data portability;

viii. The right to object.

11  More information on your rights is available at www.ico.org.uk

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