Process Automation (Pty) Ltd – Electronic Communications (e-mail) Disclaimer
In terms of Section 11 of the Electronic Communications and Transactions (“ECT”) Act 25 of 2002 this disclaimer is legally binding and enforceable on the recipients/addressees of all e-mail messages originating from the electronic communication systems of Process Automation (Pty) Ltd.
This message contains or may contain information which is private in nature and subject to legal privilege. If you are not the intended recipient, you may not peruse, use, disseminate, distribute or copy this message or any file attached to this message nor act on nor discuss any information contained in this message. Any such unauthorised use, is prohibited and may be unlawful and may result in civil and criminal liability.
If you have received this message in error, please notify the sender immediately by e-mail, facsimile or telephone and thereafter delete the original message from your machine and/or system.
Furthermore, the information contained in this message, and any attachments thereto, is for information purposes only and may contain the personal views and opinions of the author, which are not necessarily the views of Process Automation (Pty) Ltd, its associates, subsidiaries or associated companies.
Process Automation (Pty) Ltd therefore does not accept liability to any party for any direct, indirect, special or consequential damages, for any claims, loss (whether financially, loss of information or otherwise) of whichever nature, arising as a result of the reliance on the information contained in this message by anyone.
Process Automation shall not deem an e-mail to have been received (including an automatic reply) until it has formally responded thereto. All messages blocked by the company’s virus detection system shall also not be deemed to have been received.
All e-mail messages created/drafted, sent or received on the server/s of Process Automation shall become and remain the property of the company and Process Automation reserves the right to do whatever it deems necessary to intercept, block, filter, delete, copy or read such messages whether the message contains personal information or not.
It is strictly forbidden to use the address of the sender (whether by copying, selling disclosing or sharing it) for spamming and/or other online marketing practices.