Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

Your privacy and personal information is protected in accordance with this Privacy Policy (Privacy Policy) and the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth).

You acknowledge and agree that by using and/or accessing our website, content, social media pages and/or services, Van Rooyen Law may collect, hold, use and disclose your personal information. The personal information to be collected, held, used and/or disclosed includes but is not limited to:

  • Your name and contact details, including your address, telephone number and email address;
  • Your date of birth, occupation, company details if applicable, financial information and any other information required by Van Rooyen Law to conduct its services and comply with any legal obligations;
  • Your banking information and identity documents; and
  • Your family information.

Van Rooyen Law collects and holds your personal information and/or sensitive information for lawful and fair purposes and at times, we may collect this information from a third party or from sources that are publically available to us.

We reserve the right to use your personal information to the fullest extent permitted by law for the purpose of internal management, marketing (including direct marketing) and sales, business development and data management. You can opt out of receiving our direct marketing at any time by sending an email to formally requesting to unsubscribe from the direct email marketing.

By sending an enquiry, requesting an appointment or lodging a question/request through our website or social media pages, you acknowledge and agree that in so doing, you subscribed to our direct email marketing.

In using our website, social media pages and services, you acknowledge and agree that Van Rooyen Law may collect and/or process IP address, cookies, web browser, location information and the time/date of access. We encourage users to control your browser and privacy settings to limit these collections.

Van Rooyen Law may disclose your personal and/or sensitive information if authorised and/or required to do so under law, order or direction issued under statute, from courts and tribunals and regulatory authorities.

Van Rooyen Law will take all reasonable steps to protect your personal information.


Any content contained or viewed express on our website, social media pages and other online services is provided as general information and cannot be relied upon as legal advice. If you require legal advice, we encourage you to send an enquiry to our office for consideration.

Any email correspondence sent by Van Rooyen Law, including its attachments, is solely intended for the use and viewing of the person to whom it is intended and addressed to. If at any time you receive an email correspondence from Van Rooyen Law that is addressed to someone else, please notify us immediately of the mistake and delete all copies of the correspondence, including any attachments. You are prohibited from keeping, amending, using, distributing, disclosing, printing, copying, saving or otherwise using the mistaken correspondence for any purpose.

You acknowledge and agree that you will protect your own privacy and security by use of your own virus detection and protection processes and that Van Rooyen Law does not guarantee that their emails are error or virus free and cannot be held liable for any loss, damage, hurt or offense caused by the receipt of an email.

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