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    Because we gather certain types of information about our users, we feel you should fully understand the terms and conditions surrounding the capture and use of that information. This privacy statement discloses what information we gather and how we use it.
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    Crownhill Associates takes every care to ensure your transations with us are safe and secure.
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    In order for us to keep accurate records of who we have exchanged information with, regardless of whether a supply of goods or services takes place, we require certain information from you, before we enter into discussion or execute a financial transaction. We adhere to a policy of transparency, central to that policy is a belief that neither individuals or organisations should hide themselves from potential suppliers, and should provide information to potential suppliers to enable the supplier to verify that the client is bonefide and genuine in their approach. Equally we aim to be open and honest with our clients.
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    • Our aim is to deliver the highest possible quality products and services.
    • It is our intention to meet or exceed our
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    Crownhill Associates operates a quality system compliant with ISO9001:2000 covering all aspects of its operations. Crownhill are also able to manufacture products with full component level traceability where required by its clients. Our quality system and documentation are open to review by our clients at our discretion. The provision of high quality, consistent, safe and reliable products is of paramount importance to Crownhill Associates.

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    Our contribution (WEEE)

    Through our efforts we are contributing to the re-use, recycling and other forms of recovery of WEEE under thes regulations.

    If you have purchased from us, something that could be described as 'E.E.E.'('Electrical and Electronic Equipment') , then when you dispose of it, it becomes 'W.E.E.E.' (the 'W' stands for 'waste') and it therefore needs to be disposed of correctly. You may do this yourself, but if you'd rather not, then contact us, we will dispose of it for you, in the correct way. Which we will do, and we won't charge you for it.
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    Our specialist advising lawyers deliver innovative legal solutions, ideas and insights which create value for our business and our clients.
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    INTRODUCTION

    The Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 and Money Laundering Regulations 2003 have broadened the definition of money laundering and increased the range of activities covered by the law.
    Our policy on money laundering can found here:

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    Microchip Trademarks and Patents
    The Microchip name and logo are registered trademarks of Microchip Technology Inc.
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