Website Terms of Use:


Nature and use of the website
This website is the property of, and is published on the Internet by Pres Les (Pty) Ltd (“Pres Les”). This site is intended to provide an overview of the products and the businesses of “Pres Les”. Access and use of this site together with any information therein contained is subject to the terms as set out in this notice. By accepting these terms you indicated that you have full legal capacity to agree and be bound by them, and access to this site by you will be given on that basis. Should you be unwilling to agree to the terms of this site, or you do not have capacity to do so, you are prohibited from accessing this site or to view any information.

Use of information and copyright (for website)
The material contained in the Pres Les (Pty) Limited site is made available solely for information purposes and may not be used for any purpose whatsoever or incorporated into anyone else’s material, whether published or not. Reproduction in any form is prohibited without the prior written consent of Pres Les (Pty) Limited. Likewise the contents of this site are subject to copyright protection and other intellectual property protection. Any graphics or otherwise may not be copied for commercial use or distribution, nor may these graphics be modified or posted to other sites. Where written material or otherwise is submitted to Pres Les (Pty) Limited for their use in whatever manner they deem fit, ownership of such material shall vest in Pres Les (Pty) Ltd, the author expressly disclaiming any rights of ownership thereto.

Risk of using the site
Access to and use of the site is entirely at your own risk. Without in any way limiting the scope or generality of that term Pres Les makes no representation and gives no warranty that access, use, including but not limited to copying or downloading anything from the site or otherwise interacting.

Dispute resolution
By accepting these terms and conditions you are thereby accepting the law of contract as applied in the Republic of South Africa. Furthermore by your acceptance you are irrevocably submitting to the jurisdiction of the High Court (Cape of Good Hope Division) Cape Town.

Using any of our material for commercial purposes without written consent violates our copyright and other proprietary rights. This website is provided “as is” and without express or implied warranties of any kind. We do not represent or warrant that our website will be available on a timely basis, uninterrupted, or error-free. In no event will we be liable for any damage or cause of any kind based upon or resulting from any use or inability to use this website.