Moore Allen & Innocent LLP (“MAI”) is a Limited Liability Partnership, registered in England and Wales (registration no. OC311820).
Data controllers decide what personal data is collected and how it is used. For the purposes of the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), MAI is the designated data controller. This means that MAI are responsible for the personal information you provide us and the personal information we collect about you in relation to services we provide to you.
We only collect information which is necessary and this is stored safely and securely and we do not hold this for longer than is necessary.
You can inspect our registration details on the Register of Data Controllers held at the Information Commissioner’s Office at https://ico.org.uk/about-the-ico/what-we-do/register-of-data-controllers/.
Personal Data for the purposes of the GDPR can be defined as information which can be used to identify living individual(s), such as name, address, e-mail address, and phone number. It can also include “sensitive personal data”, such as information appertaining to your health, racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious beliefs, trade union activities or details of criminal offences.
MAI securely stores personal data both electronically and in paper form
MAI does not sell your personal data. We may, on occasion, share some of this with other organisations, such as credit reference agencies in the case of residential lettings tenants, who may both operate within and outside the European Economic Area. This may mean that your personal information may be accessed from these locations, but will be protected by the relevant General Data Protection regulations.
The definition of Processing for the purposes of the GDPR can be interpreted to include the collection, recording, utilisation, holding, maintenance, erasure and deletion of personal data. For the purposes of GDPR, MAI is the designated Data Processor of your personal data.
Under GDPR there are now specific bases for the processing of personal data: Legitimate Interest; Contract; Consent; Legal Obligation; Vital Interest and Public Tasks. More information is available from the Information Commissioner’s Office at: https://ico.org.uk/for-organisations/guide-to-the-general-data-protection-regulation-gdpr/
When you contact us, either verbally or by letter or by e-mail, to request publications, register interest or instruct us to provide a product or service for you, we need to know your name, postal and e-mail addresses and telephone number.
If you apply to work for MAI, we may need to collect other personal and sensitive information from you, such as existing employment history and salary, educational history, professional qualifications and training.
We gather this information to allow us to process your application, registration, enquiry, or any orders for products/services you may make and any offers you make for a property. The relevant information is then used by us, our agents and sub-contractors to provide any services requested by you and to communicate with you on any matter relating to the provision of the service(s) in general.
We may also use aggregate information and statistics for the purpose of monitoring website usage to help us develop the website and our services and may provide such aggregate information to third parties. These statistics will not include information that can be used to identify any individual.
From time to time we may provide your information to our customer service agencies for research and analysis purposes so that we can monitor and improve the services we provide. We or our agents and sub-contractors may contact you by post, email or telephone to ask you for your feedback and comments on our services.
Your personal information may be used by us and other businesses carefully selected by us to contact you in writing, by telephone or by email to offer you content, advertisements, products and services that we believe may be of interest to you. You can opt out of receiving any contact for marketing purposes at the point of registering with us, or at any other time by sending an email to email@example.com .
We may also, on occasion, wish to provide you with related information from third parties we think may be of interest to you. In addition we may wish to provide your information to carefully selected third parties whose products or services we believe may be of interest to you. You can opt out of receiving any contact for marketing purposes at the point of registering with us, or at any other time by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org .
In summary, MAI will use the information collected and provided by you:
MAI may also be asked on occasion to share specific information with law enforcement, government agencies or public bodies – this is a legal requirement. Examples of this may include:
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GDPR provides the individual with a number of rights relating to your personal data such as the right to:
If any of the information that you have provided to Moore Allen & Innocent changes, such as changing your email address, name or contact details or if you wish to cancel your registration, instruction or subscription to newsletters etc, or you wish to see a copy of the personal details held, please let us know by sending details of your request/changes to personal data by letter to our registered office at 33 Castle Street, Cirencester, Glos GL7 1QD or by e-mailing us at email@example.com.
On occasion you may have been furnished with a password, enabling you access to certain restricted parts of the website (such as the Dataroom). You are responsible for keeping this password secure and confidential. Your password should not be shared.
The transmission of information over the internet is not totally secure as evidenced by regular reports in the press.
Although MAI will do its best to protect your personal data, we cannot obviously guarantee the security of your data sent electronically to our website – any data sent in this fashion is at the risk of the sender. Once the data has been received by MAI we will take all necessary steps to ensure that this is held securely to avoid any unwarranted access or usage of your personal data.
There is no standard timescale for the retention of data. The new regulations mirror the previous Data Protection Act in recommending that personal data shall be kept for no longer than is necessary for the purposes for which it is being processed. GDPR emphasises the approach of “data minimisation” both in terms of the volume of data stored on individuals and how long it is retained for.
MAI therefore operates an ongoing review of the retention of data and ensures that personal data is securely disposed of when no longer needed, reducing the risk that personal data becomes inaccurate or out of date.