Please review the following terms before making use of the website of the Abedi Law Office (“Office”). By making use of the Office site, you are accepting the terms set out herein. These terms may be updated at any time without notice to the user. If you do not accept these terms and conditions, do not use the Office.
Dr. Naser Abedi owns and operates, http://www.abedilaw.com.
The Office DOES NOT ACCEPT ANY LIABILITY FOR YOUR USE OF THIS WEBSITE, WHICH USE IS STRICTLY AT YOUR OWN RISK.
Content not meant as legal advice
The content of the Office site is not to be taken as legal advice at any time. For legal advice, a user must directly consult a licensed lawyer. The content on the Office site is meant to be descriptive only and to assist new visitors in being introduced to basic concepts. Users of this site are not to rely on the content of this site for any legal matter.
No privilege or confidentiality until execution of retainer agreement
Unsolicited information or materials sent to the Office or left on our voicemail will not be guaranteed confidentiality. Access to or use of this site or our firm’s voicemail does not create a solicitor-client relationship.
The Office accepts no responsibility whatsoever for any damages incurred by users of this site. The Office is offered free of charge on an “as is” basis and is not intended to provide users with specific information, tailored to their issues. It is general information provided for the public only. The Website does not guarantee the accuracy or completeness of the information provided on the Website.
Web content of the Office may not be copied without express permission. Personal use is excepted.
Email correspondence to and from the Office may not be completely secure. Users hereby acknowledge this risk when communicating with the Office by email. The Office accepts no liability for third party theft of data transmitted through email.
Links on this site to third party websites do not represent endorsements by the Office. The Office shall have no liability for users’ experience on linked sites.
Abedi Law Office does not disclose or use your personal information for purposes other than those for which it was collected, except with your consent or as required by law.
Any questions regarding privacy should be directed to the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (OPC).