Boskovitz Lawyers respects the privacy and security of our Internet users and are committed to keeping your personal information accurate, confidential, secure, and private. We have adopted the following Privacy Policy to ensure that Boskovitz Lawyers continues to meet its commitment to privacy.

“Personal Information” means information about an identifiable individual. This may include without limitation, the individual’s name, address, age, gender, income, employment status, credit history, debts and liabilities, income, personal preferences, and other information about his or her family. Personal information does not include the name, title, or business address or telephone number of an employee of an organization.

This Privacy Policy describes the ten principles that Boskovitz Lawyers follows to ensure that we protect your personal information when we collect, use, or disclose it in the course of carrying on commercial activities. All of our employees who have access to personal information must adhere to this Privacy Policy and related procedures. To this end, Boskovitz Lawyers has appointed a Privacy Officer who has the ultimate responsibility for ensuring compliance by all of Boskovitz Lawyers’ employees.

This introduction and the following sections, read as a whole, comprise Boskovitz Lawyers’ Privacy Policy:

  1. The Ten Principles of Privacy
  2. Application of the Ten Privacy Principles
  3. Questions, Concerns and Complaints



  • Principle 1 – Accountability
  • Principle 2 – Identifying Purposes
  • Principle 3 – Consent
  • Principle 4 – Limiting Collection
  • Principle 5 – Limiting Use, Disclosure and Retention
  • Principle 6 – Accuracy
  • Principle 7 – Safeguarding Personal Information
  • Principle 8 – Openness
  • Principle 9 – Individual Access
  • Principle 10 – Questions and Concerns

1.1 Principle 1 – Accountability
Boskovitz Lawyers is accountable for all personal information in our possession or custody, including personal information disclosed to third parties for purposes of providing services.

1.2 Principle 2 – Identifying Purposes
Boskovitz Lawyers will inform you of the purposes for which it is collecting any personal information, unless otherwise apparent, before or at the time the information is collected.

1.3 Principle 3 – Consent
Boskovitz Lawyers will obtain consent from individuals before or when we collect, use or disclose their personal information.

An individual’s consent can be express, implied, or given through an authorized representative.
An individual can withdraw consent at any time, with certain exceptions.
Boskovitz Lawyers, however, may collect, use or disclose personal information without the individual’s knowledge or consent in exceptional circumstances where such collection, use or disclosure is permitted or required by law.

1.4 Principle 4 – Limiting Collection
The information collected from an individual will be limited to those details necessary for the purposes identified to the individual. Information will be collected by fair and lawful means.

1.5 Principle 5 – Limiting Use, Disclosure, and Retention
Personal information will only be used or disclosed for the purpose for which it was collected unless the individual has otherwise consented, or when it is required or permitted by law.
Personal information may only be retained for the amount of time needed to fulfil the purpose for which it was collected.

In certain exceptional circumstances, Boskovitz Lawyers may have a legal duty or right to disclose personal information without individuals’ knowledge or consent in respect of matters that concern Boskovitz Lawyers’ or the public’s interest.

1.6 Principle 6 – Accuracy
Boskovitz Lawyers will keep personal information as accurate, complete and current as necessary to fulfil the identified purposes for which it was collected. Individuals may have this information amended where it is found to be inaccurate or incomplete.

1.7 Principle 7 – Safeguarding Personal Information
Personal information is safeguarded using measures appropriate to the sensitivity of the information.

1.8 Principle 8 – Openness
Boskovitz Lawyers will make information available to the individuals about the policies and procedures Boskovitz Lawyers uses to manage personal information. Individuals have access to this information through our website, or through alternate means if requested.

1.9 Principle 9 – Individual Access
Upon written request, an individual will be informed of the existence, use and disclosure of their personal information, and will be given access to it. Boskovitz Lawyers will respond to such requests as efficiently as possible. If Boskovitz Lawyers is prohibited from providing such access we will explain the reasons for the lack of access, except where prohibited by law.

1.10 Principle 10 – Questions and Concerns.
Boskovitz Lawyers has policies and procedures to receive, investigate and respond to individuals’ complaints and questions. Individuals may contact the Boskovitz Lawyers’ Privacy Officer to express any concerns or to request access to their personal information. The contact information for the Privacy Officer is provided below.



2.1 The kind of information we collect
Through its website, Boskovitz Lawyers gathers and uses personal information in order to provide you with the services you have requested or to offer additional services in which you may be interested. Providing us with your personal information is your choice, however, we may not be able to provide you with certain services if you do not provide us with certain information.

The nature of our relationship with you will determine the kind of personal information we might ask for.
Information that is typically required to provide you with our services may include:

  • Name,
  •  Residential and e-mail address, and
  •  Phone number(s)

Boskovitz Lawyers may keep a file with your contact history to be used for inquiry purposes so that we may ensure that you are satisfied with the services which we have provided to you.

If you visit a Boskovitz Lawyers website, we do not collect personally identifiable information about you unless you provide it. All information that you do provide us with is securely maintained and kept strictly confidential.

2.2 How we use your information
Generally speaking, Boskovitz Lawyers uses personal information to communicate with you in order to provide you with our services or information, and we will only use personal information for the purpose that we have disclosed to you.

Usernames and passwords provided by you will be collected solely for the purposes of administering the facilities management contract and delivering services.

If we want to use your information for a different purpose, we will notify you and ask for your consent first.

2.3 Accessing and amending your personal information
You have the right to access the personal information we keep in your file and you have the right to verify or amend the information if it is shown to be inaccurate. If you would like to view the personal information held in your file, please make a written request to the Privacy Officer at the address listed below, under “Questions and Concerns “. We will respond to your request as efficiently as possible.

To make a change, please make a similar request in writing to the Privacy Officer.


If you have any questions, concerns or complaints about your personal information, or about Boskovitz Lawyers’ Privacy Policy, please contact our Privacy Officer using the following contact information:

Suite 110, Level 1
203-233 New South Head Road
Tel: 02 8711 9044
Attention: Privacy Officer