By engaging our services, our clients agree to the following terms of service:

These terms shall apply in the absence of different terms being having been agreed to in writing with a Partner of WoodsAdvocates. WoodsAdvocates, or WA, reserves the right to vary these terms of service as it deems fit from time to time. Please review these terms regularly to ensure you are aware of any changes made by us.

Maltese law shall apply to our relationship; your relationship shall at all times be with WA and not with any of it’s members. The Maltese courts shall have exclusive jurisdiction over same.

Professional fees shall be established by WA and demands for payment on account shall remain at WA’s discretion. WA reserves the right to cease service should any invoice remain unsettled for a period exceeding thirty days. Estimates shall not be binding. You are responsible for any expense WA incurs on your behalf, whether you have been advised of same or otherwise – WA will endeavour to keep you, at all times informed of necessary expenses; you acknowledge however that certain expenses may be necessary and imminent in the following of a brief.

Our liability shall always be limited to: (i) gross negligence and/or willful misconduct; (ii) to the firm such that no claim can be made against any of the firm’s members, including partners; (iii) to the amount of fees paid to us by you on every brief.

Client files relating to concluded briefs shall at all times remain the property of WA and be retained by same for a period of ten years following conclusion of the brief. Any data your provide us with shall be processed solely for the purpose of providing our services.

You agree to adhere to our requests and accept our actions arising from our obligations as professionals, particularly those emanating from money laundering legislation and regulations.

These terms of service are non transferable.