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While this site is constantly monitored and updated, QEF accepts no responsibility for the accuracy of the information.
The content of the site is provided for general information only and is not intended as specific advice. Users who rely on the information contained within this website do so at their own risk. The information is made available for public use solely on the basis that QEF excludes to the extent lawfully permitted any and all liability for any loss or damage to data or computer systems which result from use of this site. Whilst every care is taken in compiling the information on the website we do not make any warranties or representations as to its accuracy or reliability.
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This policy was last updated in March 2017.