Here we provide details of the copyright information relating to our website and any materials associated with it.
This website is our pride and joy and in taking such a pride and passion over our hard-laboured efforts, we are also protective of it, in all aspects, including its copy, artwork, site design and site design features.
The materials contained in this website including copy, text, graphics / imaging, design features, and their selection and arrangement (look and feel), together with any underlying source code in any of the pages and documents supporting those pages belong to and are strictly the property and copyright © of Sanders Menswear, unless otherwise stated. All rights are reserved.
None of the material that constitutes this website may be reproduced, redistributed or modified in any way, in whole or in part, in print, electronically or otherwise, for commercial or non-commercial use without receiving express prior written permission from Sanders Menswear.
You may however download any page, or print one copy of any page for your own personal non-commercial offline viewing only. No part of this website and it's content may be used by anybody else on any other website without written consent from Sanders Menswear.
Logo's, names, images and trademarks on our website are proprietary rights of Sanders Menswear or are licensed to us or we have authorisation for their use. We do not grant or permit users the right to use any such logo, name, image or trademark without prior written permission. However, we do not make any warranty or representation in respect of any other trade mark and the trade marks of the brands featured on our website belong to their respective owners.
Sanders Menswear are authorised distributors of Peter Posh formal suit hire and the Cameron Ross Highland Wear Company of Scotland and as such we use images from their sales brochures, of which copyright belongs to their respective owners.
We check for internet copyright infringements on our content using specialist services, and will consider legal action to the fullest extent for any unauthorised publication, copying, hiring, lending or reproduction which we feel may constitute a breach of copyright to our detriment.