In this document, the following definitions apply:
“we” or “us” means Coursecheck Ltd, a company incorporated in England and Wales (No. 08324937) and having its registered office at Yew Tree House, Lewes Road, Forest Row RH18 5AA
“Web Site” means www.coursecheck.com and any other web sites owned by Coursecheck Ltd.
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Last updated: May 2014