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Why are cookies important for the use of DPB Attorneys / Conveyancers Solicitors (England & Wales) websites?

1. Cookies enable an individually tailored use of the website(s). Some functions on our websites cannot be used without cookies, i.e. making use of our contact facility. Cookies need to be enabled for optimal use of the website.
2. We use cookies to monitor our website visitor numbers to safeguard our site.  Security and fraud risks increase without this information, which is something we wish to avoid.
3. Cookies allow us to check how users access and navigate our site, which is used to improve our site.

Please note that cookies can only read the identification number created by the random generator on your computer.  

None of the cookies we use can identify you as a person or retrieve information about your personal activities on other websites. None of the information used by us shall be disclosed to third parties.

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Controlling and deleting cookies

DPB Attorneys / Conveyancers Solicitors (England & Wales) does not use any cookies to collect personal user data. However, if you wish to restrict or block cookies from our or any other website, you can do this using the user settings for your browser.