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Copyright

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Disclaimer

The Schipperke Club has made every effort to ensure the accuracy of  the information contained within its site.  The information is provided “as is” without warranty of any kind, expressed or implied.  In no event shall The Schipperke Club be liable for any incidental or consequential damages, loss of profits, or any indirect damages caused as a result of this information. Individuals are responsible for and encouraged to research all matters before making any decisions or purchases based on the content of The Schipperke Club web site.  The club does not endorse or accept responsibility for any information obtained following any links from the web site.


Privacy & Data Protection

The Schipperke Club has a firm commitment to privacy and the Data Protection Act.
When using this site your details may be retained by The Schipperke Club for the purposes of its records.
The Schipperke Club has ensured to the best of its ability that personal information is accurate and measures are in place to protect against loss, misuse and alteration of any information in our control.  Information relating to individuals may be published on this web-site as required by services provided by the club.  Individuals have the right of changing the details published and previously supplied to The Schipperke Club.  Any such requests together with Subject Access Requests must be requested in writing to the Secretary (Subject Access Requests may impose an administration charge).