The purpose of this notice is to explain how we collect, process and retain personal data when providing notarial services and to gain your consent to do so.
I am registered with the Information Commissioner´ Office (ICO) with the registration number Z5566424. Further information may be requested from the Data Protection Compliance Officer – Stephen Gisby – by telephone: 0117 915 4562 or email: email@example.com or by post to Park House, 10 Park Street, Bristol BS1 5HX.
How we collect personal data
We collect information and data: –
(a) directly from you at the point of your initial enquiry or instructions;
(b) directly from the documents that you provide us for notarisation or from third parties with a relevant and legitimate interest in the transaction;
(c) as a result of any additional due diligence enquiries necessary to complete the notarisation process;
How we use your personal data
We will only process personal data in accordance with the 8 principles of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), for the following purposes:
(a) responding to your queries, requests and other communications;
(b) providing notarial services, including the translation and legalisation of documents;
(c) enabling suppliers and service providers to carry out certain functions on our behalf in the provision of notarial services including, but not limited to, web hosting, data storage, identity verification, technical, logistical and courier services;
(d) in the resolution of any complaints.
Who we share your personal information with
Your personal data may need to be shared with third parties if: –
(a) further processing is required, for example arranging a translation;
(b) documents need to be legalised at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office or at an Embassy / Consulate;
(c) we have a statutory duty to disclose it for legal and regulatory reasons.
Where personal data is shared with third parties, we put in place a third party processing agreement or request that third parties comply with all current data protection legislation. Where such third parties are located outside of England and Wales, for example your personal data is be transferred to foreign Embassies located in the UK or abroad, such organisations will process personal data in accordance with the laws to which they are subject and any international treaties which may apply.
How long we keep your personal information
Basic data regarding our client, and the nature of the notarial transaction, is kept in perpetuity as required by our regulator, the Faculty Office of the Archbishop of Canterbury. Further details of the nature of data retained is provided to clients when instructing us to act.
We have in place a range of physical and electronic security safeguards to protect your personal information against loss or theft, as well as unauthorised access, disclosure, copying, use, or modification. Note that from time to time data is transferred across the Internet and we do not always have control over the processes involved.
Data subject rights
Your data is processed in accordance with Principle 6 of the GDPR; that personal data is processed in accordance with the individuals´ rights.
We do not use personal data for direct marketing.
No decisions are made by automated means.
More information may be found at https://ico.org.uk/for-organisations/guide-to-the-general-data-protection-regulation-gdpr/
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