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For example, a website may require you to impute a language preference during your first visit, if recorded in a persistent cookie setting, that website would deliver its content in your preferred language during your next visit to the site. A cookie remains on your browser based on how long it has been programmed to last by the website.
Cookies can be classified as either non-essential or essential
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However, they allow us improve your customer experience, they also enhance the functionality of our website. Cookies such as (‘analytical’ or ‘experience and insight’ cookie) help us understand how you access and use our site, whilst the (‘advertising’ or ‘marketing’ cookies) customizes your ad experience and help us decide which products, service and offers might be of interest to you.
We use first-party cookies and third-party cookies. Any of these cookies may be persistent or session cookies.
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There are a number of ways to manage cookies on your browser. Using a proper guide, you are able to clear cookies, prevent cookies, delete cookies and enable cookies at your will and for different reasons. The choices available in managing cookies may vary from browser to browser.
Below are browser links which gives you information and guidance on how to clear or prevent cookies from being created on your browser.
Please contact us by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or write to the following address:
The Practice Manager
Tope Adebayo LLP (TALLP)
25C, Ladoke Akintola Street
Or call us at: +234 906 523 3664