E-mail content (including any attachments) as received, may not be the same as sent. If e-mail content is considered material (for contract formation or performance purposes), or to be relied upon for its accuracy, recipients should consider requesting facsimile or normal mail communications instead. Messages (and any identified file attachments) should be checked and any manifest transmission error, omission or corruption, notified to the sender immediately.
E-mail content is confidential and may be privileged. Unintended recipients should notify the sender immediately and delete the e-mail entirely. Copies should not be retained, distributed or disclosed to others.
RELA does not give, or endorse, any e-mail communicated opinions, conclusions or other information, that does not relate to its official business. All incoming / outgoing e-mail is intercepted and monitored. Therefore, it should neither be expected nor intended that any email is private in nature.
All e-mails are checked for viruses and other harmful components. However, no guarantee is given that any e-mail communication we send is virus-free prior to leaving our computer system. Recipients should satisfy themselves that any received e-mail is free from harmful components, as we do not accept responsibility for any loss or damage it may cause to a recipient’s computer system.