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- provide the best service to you
- to identify you before disclosing confidential information
- to pass details to professionals for the purpose of obtaining professional advice
- to comply with contractual obligations
- for internal record keeping
- to combat fraud/crime with particular reference to money laundering
- to carry out credit checks
Information for the above purposes may also include publically available information from the electoral roll, Enforcement of Judgements Office, Bankruptcy Office and repossession records.
For the protection of clients, our Property Lawyers operate a money laundering reporting procedure.
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If your personal data changes please let us know. This data protection notice may change and therefore you should review it regularly. Property Lawyer NI will notify you of any changes where we are obliged to do so.