Website Privacy Statements
Grantham Law (2020) Limited (us, we, our) are committed to protecting the privacy of your personal information. We are required to comply with the Privacy Act 2020 (Privacy Act) in New Zealand.
What is personal information?
Personal information is information about an identifiable individual. It includes information that could be used to identify you, such as your name and contact details. If the information we collect personally identifies you, or you are reasonably identifiable from it, the information will be considered personal information.
If you choose to engage us to provide a service for you, then you agree to the collection and use ofb information in relation with this policy.
This Privacy Policy explains our approach to any personal information that we collect from you or which we have obtained about you from a third party and the purposes for which we process your personal information. It also sets out your rights in respect of our processing of your personal information. This Privacy Policy is intended to assist you in making informed decisions when using the site and our services and/or to understand how your personal information may be processed by us.
Collection of your personal information
We collect your personal information directly from you unless it is unreasonable or impracticable to do so. When collecting personal information from you, we may collect in various ways including:
• by telephone, letter, fax or email;
• during conversations between you and our representatives;
• via social platforms;
• by completing relevant forms;
• providing feedback or complaining to us.
In some circumstances information may also be collected from third parties where:
• you authorise the collection of information from a third party which may be your representatives such as lawyer, accountant, financial adviser or employer: and
• the information is already publicly available: and
• collection is necessary for your matter to enforce the law, or for court proceedings, or to protect public revenue
• Third Party ID confirmation service providers
If you provide us with personal information about a third party we collect it on the basis that, you have that person’s consent for us to collect and handle their personal information in accordance with this privacy policy.
Generally, if we are unable to collect the personal information we require, we may not be able to provide you with the service(s) you seek. If the information provided is incorrect or incomplete, this may also prevent, limit or otherwise affect our ability to provide services to you.
Terms of use
You can use the site including completing user research tasks without disclosing any personal information.
What is the legal basis to use or process your personal information

It is necessary for us to use your personal information;

• To perform our obligations in accordance with any terms of engagement that we may have with you;
• It is our legal obligation to use your personal information to comply with any legal requirements imposed upon us.

What purposes do we use your personal information?
We use your personal information to:.
• provide products and services to you and to send communications requested by you;
• answer enquiries and provide information or advice about existing and new services;
• to undertake administrative services;
• update our records and to keep your contact details up to date.

Your disclosure of personal information
Subject to legal privilege we may use and share your personal information with a range of organisations including:
• authorities such as regulators;
• government agencies;
• courts or the police;
• external dispute resolution schemes;
• professional advisors such as lawyers, accountants, financial advisers, bankers and other
consultants as it relates to the services provided to you;
• complying with laws and regulations, including any New Zealand or overseas laws, rules or
regulations; and
• people of organisations that you expressly give permission to share your personal information

Statistical information and cookies
We may collect statistical information about your visit to help us improve the site. This information is aggregated and doesn’t identify you personally. It includes:
• your IP address
• the search terms you used
• the pages you visited on our site and the links you clicked on
• the date and time you visited the site
• the referring site (if any) from which you clicked through to this site
• your operating system, for example Windows XP, Mac OS X
• the type of web browser you use, such as Internet Explorer, Chrome or Mozilla Firefox
• other things like your screen resolution and the language setting of your browser.
This site generates persistent session cookies (that is, they have an expiry date and are removed on that date) for the purpose of monitoring site usage. The cookies don’t collect personal information. You can disable them or clear them out of your web browser without affecting your ability to use the site.

Use of statistical information
The statistical information referred to above can be viewed by site administrators and certain other analysis personal contracted by us.

Storage of personal information

We may hold your personal information in electronic formats or in hard copy, at our offices or at premises outside our offices, including data storage facilities or online storage located within or outside New Zealand, which may be operated by independent service contractors.
Where your personal information is transferred outside New Zealand we will ensure the intended recipient has provided appropriate safeguards and that requisite rights and remedies in relation to the personal information remain available, or we will obtain your explicit consent for the transfer.

Management of personal information
We take reasonable steps to securely store your personal information to ensure it is protected from unauthorised access, modification and disclosure, and from other types of misuse, interference and loss. This includes electronic and physical security measures and procedures, staff training and use of password protection software.
We will take reasonable steps to destroy or permanently de-identify your personal information when we no longer require it for any purpose for which it was collected. We may retain your personal information for as long as necessary to comply with any applicable law, for legal, insurance and corporate governance purposes, for the prevention of fraud and to resolve disputes. Your personal information may also be retained in our IT system back-up records.
The transfer of data over the Internet is inherently insecure. We cannot guarantee the security, during transmission, of any personal information provided to us via our websites. Please bear this in mind when transmitting information by this means to us.

Correcting your personal information
Your rights
Under the Privacy Act 2020, you have the right to access and ask us to correct any of your personal information provided to us in connection with your use of this site.
Contact us if:
• you would like to see or change your personal information we have stored, or
• you have any concerns regarding your privacy
We may require proof of your identity before being able to provide you with any personal information. Under the Privacy Act 2020, we may be permitted to charge you a reasonable fee for providing access to your personal information. Please note that no fee will be incurred for requesting access, and if your request for access is accepted we will inform you of the fee (if any) that will be payable for providing access if you proceed with your request.

Contact the Privacy Officer at:
07 376 0014

If you have a privacy complaint
If you’re not satisfied with our response to any privacy-related concern you may have, you can contact
the Privacy Commissioner.
Contact details for the Office of the Privacy Commissioner are:
Phone; 0800 803909

Applicable law

This Privacy Policy is governed by New Zealand law. Your personal information will be collected, used,stored, shared and retained in accordance with this Privacy Policy and New Zealand law. The courts of New Zealand have non-exclusive jurisdiction.

We reserve the right to update this privacy statement at any time and for any reason, so we encourage you to make sure that you are familiar with the current version