The London Central Mosque Trust & the
Islamic Cultural Centre (ICC) provides a web sites service
to its users subject to the following Conditions of Use,
which can be updated and amended by ICC at any time without
notifying the user.
Conditions of Use
Agreement between the User and ICC
The ICC Websites is offered as a free
service to you, the User. Your use of this Website and your
acceptance without modification of the terms, conditions,
and notices outlined constitutes your agreement to all such
terms, conditions, and notices. If you do not agree with
these terms and conditions then you are kindly asked to
exit this Website.
Limitation to Personal Use
These ICC Websites are for your personal
and non-commercial use. You may not modify copy, distribute,
display, transmit, publish, license, reproduce, transfer,
or sell any information or services obtained from these
The information provided in ICC web sites
should not be viewed as definitive legal, health or medical
advice. The ICC Websites provides general information only,
and should in no way be substituted for professional medical
care by a qualified doctor, other health practitioner, or
ICC strongly advises all its visitors who
have health problems to consult a qualified doctor. The
material presented within the ICC Websites cannot be used
as a source of diagnosis or choice of treatment. ICC cannot
be held responsible or liable, directly or indirectly, for
any damage or problem whatsoever, resulting from the use
or misuse of material contained in or implied by the contents
of these sites.
Links & Resources
ICC web sites have various links to established,
reputable organisations and institutions, which act as a
good source of additional information and resources. Not
all the Health , medical and other resources on the Internet
are current or accredited; hence users should avoid making
health-related inferences from Internet material alone.
ICC is not responsible for the availability of external
sites or resources, and does not endorse and is not responsible
or liable for any content, advertising, products, services
or other materials on or available from such sites or resources.
ICC shall not be responsible or liable directly or indirectly,
for any type of loss or damage caused by or in connection
with the use of content, services or goods available on
or through external sites or resources. All external links
contained within ICC were operational at the time of going
live, and ICC cannot be held responsible for any delays
or inconveniences caused by later changes. The London Centre
Mosque Trust & the Islamic Cultural Centre is not responsible
for the content of external internet sites.
Unlawful or Prohibited Use
As a condition of your use of the ICC
Websites, you accept that you will not use the Websites
for any purpose that is unlawful or prohibited by these
terms and conditions.
Providing us with this personal information
is completely optional. However, in some cases it may not
be possible for us to provide the service in question without
receiving specific information from you. ICC will use the
information received to provide ICC services and to improve
the content of this site. ICC may also use the information
to compile and study statistical results and produce summary
reports. Such reports may be shared with ICC’s affiliates,
but the reports will not disclose any personal information.
Except from that stated before, ICC will not disclose any
of your personal information without your express permission.
Any information collected by ICC will be treated with the
utmost confidentially, in accordance with ICC Data Protection
These Conditions constitute the agreement
between the user and ICC and govern the users use of the
Service. The Conditions and the relationship between the
user and ICC shall be governed by the laws of England. The
user and ICC agree to submit to the exclusive jurisdiction
of the English courts. Any failure by ICC to exercise or
enforce any right or provision of the Conditions shall not
constitute a waiver of such right or provision. If any provision
of the Conditions is found by a court of competent jurisdiction
to be invalid, the parties nevertheless agree that the court
should endeavour to give effect to the parties' intentions
as reflected in the provision, and the other provisions
of the Conditions remain in full force and effect.