Location & Parking

Railway

Direct access to D‧PARK via MTR Tsuen Wan Station Exit A3

Bus (via D‧PARK)

A31, E31, N31, N260, N269, 30, 30X, 34M, 39M, 42M, 53, 57M, 58M, 59A, 59M, 59S, 60M, 61M, 66M, 67M, 68A, 68M, 69M, 230X, 234A, 234B, 243M, 251M, 259E, 260C, 263M, 265M, 269M, 868, 930

Public Light Bus (via D‧PARK)

D‧PARK Free Parking Privilege


Mon-Fri: HK$13 per hour; Sat, Sun & Public Holiday: HK$20 per hour

For the consumption at shops in D • PARK, you may take each eligible printed receipt of the day and the Octopus Card to exchange for free parking privilege at L1 Shroff Office and L1 Exploration Centre. The details are as follows:

Monday – Friday

One-hour free parking for electronic spending of HK$100

Two-hour free parking for electronic spending of HK$200

Exclusive offer for DP Club

Three-hour free parking for electronic spending of HK$300*


Saturday, Sunday & Public Holiday

One-hour free parking for electronic spending of HK$200

Two-hour free parking for electronic spending of HK$400

Exclusive offer for DP Club

Three-hour free parking for electronic spending of HK$500*

 

*Maximum two different merchants’ electronic sales receipt(s) in a single day
Redemption locations:L1 Shroff Office and L1 Exploration Centre
Enquiries: 2813 0060
For terms and conditions, please click here.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF {name of Tier 2}

The following terms and conditions shall apply in case you carry out any of the following activity:

Purchase of Training Courses

These Terms and Conditions constitute a legally binding agreement between Hong Kong Multiple Intelligence Education Company Limited (“MI”) and User for the registration of training courses from this Website (“Training Courses”). You should read these Terms and Conditions carefully before registering for any Training Courses from this Website. In these Terms and Conditions, “you”, “your”, “User” shall mean users of this Website, who browse and/or register for Training Courses. User acknowledges that by using this Website to browse and/or register for Training Courses, you are deemed to agree to these Terms and Conditions. If you do not agree to these Terms and Conditions, you should not proceed with the registration of the Training Courses.

 

 

 

  1. 1.      Types of Training Courses

MI provides various types of Training Courses of different nature in different modes of delivery, which are tailor-made for User. These Training Courses include but not limited to workshops, eLearning or online training, distance learning, other training courses to be delivered by an instructor.

 

  1. 2.      Registration of Training Courses

The registration of Training Courses are subject to the following:

 

 

  1. 3.      Cancellation and Refund Policy

 

User is not allowed to transfer the registration of one Training Course to another Training Course once online payment for the registered Training Course has been completed.

 

Cancellation of a registered Training Course must be made in writing at least 14 working days before the commencement of that Training Course. If a cancellation request is made in accordance with the provisions of these Terms and Conditions, MI will contact the registered User by email or other form of communication confirming the refund of the course fee to such User in the original mode of payment after deducting the relevant handling charges and administrative costs incurred by MI. No refund of course fee will be made if a User fails to cancel a registered Training Course in accordance with this clause.

 

No refund, make-up class or alternative compensation will be provided under any circumstances for the absences of a registered User or its delegatefrom the Training Course. This includes but not limited to illness, truancy or other personal / school / work commitments.

 

MI reserves the right to cancel a Training Course or modify/change any details of a Training Course including but not limited to the location, mode of delivery, course content, schedule, instructor and/or published course fees at any time without prior notice to the registered User. If a Training Course is cancelled due to a Force Majeure Event as hereinafter defined in Clause 9, including but not limited to bad weather or instructor’s sickness, MI will either reschedule the Training Course or offer a refund of the fee for the relevant cancelled course to the registered User in the original mode of payment.

 

  1. 4.        Intellectual Property Rights

 

User acknowledge that all intellectual property rights (including but not limited to copyrights, patent, trademarks, service marks, trade names, designs, whether registered or unregistered) in any training materials or documents used and distributed during the Training Courses shall remain MI’s property. These materials or documents are solely for the non-commercial personal use of User. Any copying, distributing, transmitting, posting, or otherwise modifying of such materials or documents whether wholly or in part for commercial purposes without the express permission of MI is strictly forbidden. Any violation of this clause may result in a copyright, trademark or other intellectual property right infringement. MI reserves the right to claim all loss and damage it has suffered as a result of such infringement.

 

  1. 5.      MI’s Liability

 

These Terms and Conditions set out the full extent of obligations and liabilities on the part of MI, its employee, affiliates, agents, suppliers, subcontractors, service providers and partner organizations in respect of the provision of Training Courses. Except those specifically stated in these Terms and Conditions, all other conditions, warranties, representations, liabilities or other terms and conditions, express or implied, are excluded to the fullest extent permitted by law.

 

In the event that any of the Training Courses are organized and provided by third party service providers, MI disclaims any liability in connection with the conduct and performance of the third party service providers arising from these Training Courses. User shall absolutely bear all such risk and shall only raise any issue with the third party service providers. No User shall make any complaint to MI in relation to the course contents, course materials, quality and fitness for purpose of such Training Courses.

 

  1. 6.      Terms of Payment

 

MI will only accept payment by credit card for the registration of Training Courses on this Website. User will be directed to the payment pages after clicking on the “Book” button and payment should be made through this Website only.

 

MI will take reasonable measures to ensure that this Website is a secure site. MI will take all necessary steps to ensure that information provided by User for the purposes of purchasing Training Courses and making payment will be kept confidential. Please refer to the terms of use of this Website [Please include hyperlink to the Website TnC].

 

If any of the information that the User has provided to MI are inaccurate, MI reserves the right to cancel the registration of the relevant Training Course. If because of provision of inaccurate information and/or because of a system failure and as a result the User is not charged the correct course fee for the Training Courses registered, User will be required to make payment of any shortfall of course fees or MI will, subject to its absolute discretion, refund the differences in the course fee (whichever situation is applicable).

 

  1. 7.      Termination and Cancellation of Provision of Training Courses

MI may cancel the registration of the Training Courses and deny User’s access to the Website at its sole discretion by written notice to the User if:

 

Upon the cancellation of the Training Courses:

 

  1. 8.      Transfer of Rights and Obligations

 

These Terms and Conditions are binding on User and MI and their respective successors and assigns. User may not transfer, assign, delegate, charge or otherwise dispose of these Terms and Conditions, or any of User’s rights and obligations arising thereunder, without MI’s prior written consent. MI shall have the right to transfer, assign, delegate, charge, and sub-contract or otherwise dispose of these Terms and Conditions, or any of its rights or obligations arising therefrom, at any time during the term of these Terms and Conditions.

 

  1. 9.        Force Majeure Event

 

MI shall not be responsible or liable for any failure to meet any obligation under these Terms and Conditions which is caused by a “Force Majeure Event”. A “Force Majeure Event” means an event or circumstance beyond the reasonable control of MI which they are unable to foresee, prevent or overcome and which results in it being unable to observe or perform an obligation under these Terms and Conditions. Such circumstances shall include but not be limited to (i) acts of God, floods, fires, explosions or other catastrophes, lightning strikes, earthquakes, storms, and any other natural disaster; (ii) expropriation or confiscation of facilities, war, hostilities, rebellion, terrorist activity, military or usurped power, civil commotion, revolution, invasion, acts of foreign enemies, insurrection, sabotage or riots; (iii) local or national emergency, or (iv) strike, lockout, labour unrest, power failures or communications line or network failures, abnormal transmission or transmission interruption, other industrial disturbances which are not the fault of MI.

 

 

  1. 10.    Waiver

 

If MI fails, at any time, to insist upon strict performance of any of User’s obligations under these Terms & Conditions, or if MI fails to exercise any of the rights or remedies to which MI is entitled, this shall not constitute a waiver of such rights or remedies and shall not relieve User from compliance with such obligations.

 

No waiver by MI of any default of User under these Terms and Conditions shall operate or be construed as a waiver by MI of any future defaults, whether of a similar or different nature. No granting of time or other forbearance or indulgence by MI to User shall in any way release, discharge or otherwise affect User’s liability under these Terms & Conditions.

 

No waiver by MI of any of these Terms and Conditions shall be effective unless it is expressly stated to be a waiver and is communicated to User in writing.

 

  1. 11.    Written Communications

 

Any notice required or permitted to be given by MI or User to the other party under these Terms and Conditions must be in writing.

 

  1. 12.    No Third Party Rights

 

For the purpose of the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Ordinance, Cap. 623, of the laws of Hong Kong, all provisions of these Terms and Conditions apply equally to and are for the benefit of MI, its employee, affiliates, agents, suppliers, subcontractors, service providers and partner organizations and each shall have the right to assert and enforce such provisions directly or on its own behalf (save that these Terms and Conditions may be varied or rescinded without the consent of those parties). Subject to the previous sentence, no provision of these Terms and Conditions is otherwise enforceable by any person who is not a party to it. This means that other than as set out in the first sentence above, User and MI are the only entity who can enforce the provisions of these Terms and Conditions.

 

  1. 13.  Severability

 

If any provision of these Terms and Conditions is held by any competent authority to be unlawful, invalid or unenforceable in whole or in part, the provision shall be deemed severed and the validity and enforceability of the other provisions of these Terms and Conditions and the remainder of such provision shall remain in force.

 

  1. 14.    Entire Agreement

These Terms and Conditions and any documents expressly referred to herein represent the entire agreement between MI and User in relation to the registration of Training Courses and shall supersede any prior agreement, understanding or arrangement between MI and User, whether oral or in writing.

 

User acknowledge that by using this Website to register Training Courses, you are deemed to agree to these Terms and Conditions and have not relied on any representation, undertaking or promise provided by MI.

 

  1. 15.    Right of Modification

MI reserves the right to update, amend or modify these Terms and Conditions from time to time. User should refer to the latest version of these Terms and Conditions on the Website before they purchase Training Courses.

 

DP TERMS OF USE  


1. ACCEPTANCE OF TERMS
This website (the “Website”) is operated by Discovery Park Commercial Services Limited (“DPCSL”). By accessing and using this Website, you agree to be bound by these Terms of Use. Additional terms and conditions (including any amendments thereof) applicable to a specific area of this Website or to a particular transaction, event or activity will be posted in particular areas of this Website from time to time by DPCSL.


2. UPDATE OF TERMS
DPCSL will update and amend these Terms of Use from time to time without prior notice.


3. NO UNLAWFUL USE
You may not use this Website or any of its contents referred to for any illegal or unauthorized purpose. You agree to comply with all applicable laws, rules and regulations in force from time to time.


4. THIRD PARTY WEBSITES
This Website contains certain hypertext links to other third party websites. DPCSL has not reviewed, is not responsible for, and accepts no liability in respect of any content, information or opinion contained in any such websites. No hypertext links to this Website is/are allowed without the prior written consent of DPCSL.


5. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND COPYRIGHT
All contents of the website, such as text, graphics, images, photos, logos, trademarks, button icons, hyperlinks, audio, video, datas and software (“Website Contents”) are protected by intellectual property laws and treaties in Hong Kong and elsewhere and may not be reproduced without prior written consent of DPCSL. You may only print and/or download a hard copy of individual pages of this Website for your own private use, provided that you do not remove any copyright notices (if any) or you clearly indicate DPCSL is the copyright owner on such copy. Any authorized third-party website(s) referred to or accessed by hypertext link through this Website belongs to and remains the property of the respective owners. DPCSL does not acknowledges, approves or endorses these third party websites.


6. DISCLAIMER
Whilst DPCSL endeavours to keep the information and content in this Website up-to-date, DPCSL accepts no liability for the accuracy or completeness or use of, nor any responsibility to update, the information and content (or any part hereof) on this Website. Nothing contained herein shall be construed as the giving of advice or the making of a recommendation to you and should not be relied upon by anyone as the basis for any decision or action. In particular, actual results and developments may be materially different from any forecast, opinion or expectation expressed in this Website. Nothing in this Website constitutes or forms any part of an invitation or offer to invest or deal in any debt or other securities of DPCSL or its related parties and nothing in this Website shall form the basis of or be relied upon for any contract or commitment.


7. ACCESS AND UPDATE
This Website is accessible by users authorized by DPCSL only. Authorized users shall update their account information regularly.


8. TERMINATION OR SUSPENSION OF ACCESS
DPCSL reserves the right to terminate or suspend your ability to access this Website (or any part thereof) for any reason without prior notice.


9. INDEMNIFICATION
You understand and agree that you are personally responsible for your behaviour on this Website. You agree to indemnify, defend and hold harmless DPCSL, its parent companies, subsidiaries, affiliated companies, licensors, directors, employees, agent and any third party information providers to this Website from and against all claims and losses as a result of or incidental to your use or misuse of this Website and any contents thereon.


10. PERSONAL DATA PRIVACY
DPCSL commits to protect the privacy of your personal data and information. In order to provide services to you and to facilitate the operation of the website, DPCSL gathers certain personal information that you provide to the website. Please refer to DPCSL’s Privacy Policy and Personal Information Collection Statement which set forth DPCSL’s policies for the collection, usage and disclosure of personal data obtained from the website.


11. NO WAIVER
No waiver of any of these Terms of Use by DPCSL shall be deemed a further or continuing waiver of such term or any other term or condition.


12. GOVERNING LAW AND JURISDICTION
These Terms of Use are governed by the laws of Hong Kong SAR and in case of disputes, the parties shall submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of Hong Kong SAR.


13. TRANSLATION
These Terms of Use are written in English. If there are other language versions of these Terms of Use and there are discrepancies between the versions, the English version shall prevail.

 

MI TERMS OF USE

1.      ACCEPTANCE OF TERMS

This website (the “Website”) is operated by Hong Kong Multiple Intelligence Education Company Limited (“MI”). By accessing and using this Website, you agree to be bound by these Terms of Use. Additional terms and conditions (including any amendments thereof) applicable to a specific area of this Website or to a particular transaction, event or activity will be posted in particular areas of this Website from time to time by MI.

2.      UPDATE OF TERMS

MI will update and amend these Terms of Use from time to time without prior notice.

3.      NO UNLAWFUL USE

You may not use this Website or any of its contents referred to for any illegal or unauthorized purpose. You agree to comply with all applicable laws, rules and regulations in force from time to time.

4.      THIRD PARTY WEBSITES

This Website contains certain hypertext links to other third party websites. MI has not reviewed, is not responsible for, and accepts no liability in respect of any content, information or opinion contained in any such websites. No hypertext links to this Website is/are allowed without the prior written consent of MI.

5.      INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND COPYRIGHT

All contents of the website, such as text, graphics, images, photos, logos, trademarks, button icons, hyperlinks, audio, video, datas and software (“Website Contents”) are protected by intellectual property laws and treaties in Hong Kong and elsewhere and may not be reproduced without prior written consent of MI. You may only print and/or download a hard copy of individual pages of this Website for your own private use, provided that you do not remove any copyright notices (if any) or you clearly indicate MI is the copyright owner on such copy. Any authorized third-party website(s) referred to or accessed by hypertext link through this Website belongs to and remains the property of the respective owners.  MI does not acknowledges, approves or endorses these third party websites.

6.      DISCLAIMER

Whilst MI endeavours to keep the information and content in this Website up-to-date, MI accepts no liability for the accuracy or completeness or use of, nor any responsibility to update, the information and content (or any part hereof) on this Website. Nothing contained herein shall be construed as the giving of advice or the making of a recommendation to you and should not be relied upon by anyone as the basis for any decision or action. In particular, actual results and developments may be materially different from any forecast, opinion or expectation expressed in this Website. Nothing in this Website constitutes or forms any part of an invitation or offer to invest or deal in any debt or other securities of MI or its related parties and nothing in this Website shall form the basis of or be relied upon for any contract or commitment.

7.      ACCESS AND UPDATE

This Website is accessible by users authorized by MI only.   Authorized users shall update their account information regularly.

8.      TERMINATION OR SUSPENSION OF ACCESS

MI reserves the right to terminate or suspend your ability to access this Website (or any part thereof) for any reason without prior notice.

9.      INDEMNIFICATION

You understand and agree that you are personally responsible for your behaviour on this Website. You agree to indemnify, defend and hold harmless MI, its parent companies, subsidiaries, affiliated companies, licensors, directors, employees, agent and any third party information providers to this Website from and against all claims and losses as a result of or incidental to your use or misuse of this Website and any contents thereon.

10.  PERSONAL DATA PRIVACY

MI commits to protect the privacy of your personal data and information.  In order to provide services to you and to facilitate the operation of the website, MI gathers certain personal information that you provide to the website.  Please refer to MI’s Privacy Policy and Personal Information Collection Statement which set forth MI’s policies for the collection, usage and disclosure of personal data obtained from the website.

11.  NO WAIVER

No waiver of any of these Terms of Use by MI shall be deemed a further or continuing waiver of such term or any other term or condition.

12.  GOVERNING LAW AND JURISDICTION

These Terms of Use are governed by the laws of Hong Kong SAR and in case of disputes, the parties shall submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of Hong Kong SAR.

13.  TRANSLATION

These Terms of Use are written in English. If there are other language versions of these Terms of Use and there are discrepancies between the versions, the English version shall prevail.


Privacy Policy Statement in relation to Customers' Personal Data

1. Pledge

Discovery Park Commercial Services Limited (“DPCSL”), which engages in major businesses of properties development and management and retail, pledges to comply with the requirements of the Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance (Cap. 486) of the Laws of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.

2. Collection of Information

You may be invited to provide to DPCSL your personal data on DPCSL’s website(s) or through other media on a voluntary basis for different purposes at different times. If you are under the age of 18, you shall obtain consent from your parent or guardian before you provide DPCSL with your personal data.

3. Log Files and Use of Cookies

When you browse the website(s) of DPCSL, cookies will be stored in your computers, mobile phones or other devices for internal navigation and programming only. You can edit your browser settings to disable cookies but to do so you may not be able to utilize certain functionality of the website(s) of DPCSL. In addition, the servers of DPCSL will collect data relating to your visits (including but not limited to your IP address, domain name, browser type and access time) and for the purpose of keeping log files, do not collect your personal data.

4. Kinds of Information Collected and Held

For the different purposes in the course of conducting DPCSL’s business, you may be required to provide to DPCSL your personal data, which include your name, gender, e-mail address, mailing address, contact number, membership number, age group, marital status, family status, educational level, occupation, identification document number, household income group, consumption pattern, credit card information, username and password, etc. These are the kinds of personal data held by DPCSL in respect of its customers.

5. Main Purposes of Use of Information Collected

DPCSL may use your personal data for purposes relating to its daily operation of your membership account (for DP Club only), administration of your membership accounts and records (for DP Club only), marketing analysis, research and development, advertising, marketing, public relations and direct marketing (including cross-marketing) in relation to charity (which includes solicitation of donation for the purposes of relief of poverty, advancement of education, advancement of religion and other charitable purposes) and provisions of goods, facilities and/or services in respect of properties development and management, department stores, consumer products, jewelries, hospitality and/or transportation (collectively, the “Classes of Marketing Items”), communicating news and information, identification for provision of goods, services, benefits, offers and promotions, processing of purchase orders, provision of goods, services and benefits, information and database administration, collection or recovery of any debt owned by you to DPCSL, matters relating to a transfer of the business of or any shares in DPCSL or a change in the shareholdings of DPCSL or an amalgamation of DPCSL with another body, complying with any statutory or regulatory requirements and other purposes directly related to the aforesaid. When DPCSL collects from you your personal data for certain specified purposes, such specified purposes will be set out in the respective Personal Information Collection Statement.

6. Accuracy of Information

You may be requested to provide to DPCSL certain personal data (particularly relating to your contact information) for specific services. If you fail to provide or update accurate information as requested for each specific service, the provision of such services by DPCSL may be affected. If you wish to correct or update your personal data held by DPCSL, please write to the Personal Data Privacy Officer of DPCSL at the address shown below.

7. Retention of Information

DPCSL will retain your personal data for a period no longer than necessary for the fulfillment of the purposes for which they are or are to be used. In general, personal data of subscriber or member will be retained for a period of not more than six years after termination of subscription or membership for verification, taxation and audit purposes.

8. Transfer and Disclosure of Information

For the purposes mentioned in clause 5 above, DPCSL may share your personal data with or transfer the same to: -

  1. K11 Concepts Limited, K11 Loyalty Program Limited, K11 Design Store Limited, K11 (China) Limited, K11 Select Limited, K11 Art Foundation Limited, Offline Selling Online Limited, K11 Group Limited, New World Development Company Limited, New World Loyalty Programme Limited, New World China Land Limited, New World Department Store China Limited, NWS Holdings Limited, Chow Tai Fook Jewellery Group Limited and their respective holding companies, associated companies, fellow subsidiaries and/or subsidiaries whose major businesses are the provision of such Classes of Marketing Items (collectively, “New World Group”);
  2. the business associates and partners of DPCSL whose major businesses are the provision of such Classes of Marketing Items (collectively, “DPCSL Business Partners”);
  3. agents, contractors, suppliers and service providers of engaged by DPCSL to assist with providing you DPCSL's services (including data processing service providers, mail processing service providers and information technology service providers) (collectively, "DPCSL Service Providers");
  4. the new owner of DPCSL’s business; and
  5. law enforcement agencies, regulatory authorities, government departments and related organizations, courts and tribunals,

within Hong Kong or in Mainland China.

9. Direct Marketing

  1. Classes of Marketing Items: DPCSL intends to use your contact details for direct marketing (including cross-marketing) in relation to such Classes of Marketing Items (mentioned in clause 5 above).
  2. Transferees: In addition, DPCSL intends to provide your contact details to the New World Group (mentioned in clause 8(a) above) and DPCSL Business Partners (mentioned in clause 8(b) above).
  3. No Unconsented Use for Direct Marketing: DPCSL may not so use or provide your contact details for direct marketing unless DPCSL has received your consent and/or indication of no objection for such use and such provision.
  4. Consent/Indication of No Objection: You may, without charge by DPCSL, communicate your consent to such use or provision by completing and sending the relevant Consent/Indication of No Objection Form to the Personal Data Privacy Officer of DPCSL at the address to be notified from time to time.

10. Opt-Out Direct Marketing

DPCSL respects your right to opt-out from direct marketing. If you do not wish to receive any marketing information from DPCSL or any of the company within New World Group or DPCSL Business Partners, or do not wish DPCSL to provide your contact details to any such company, please write to the Personal Data Privacy Officer of DPCSL at the address shown below. After receipt of your opt-out request, DPCSL will include you on DPCSL's opt-out list and notify any such company to cease to use your contact details in direct marketing.

11. Third Party Merchants

DPCSL may have on-line stores or some services and/or products which are hosted in the website(s) of DPCSL but are operated by third party merchants. If you provide your personal data to the third party merchants in order to use, order or receive any services and/or products from the third party merchants, please note that your personal data is beyond the control of DPCSL and thus is outside the scope of protection afforded by DPCSL. This Privacy Policy Statement only applies to the website(s) of DPCSL. You should read the respective privacy policies of other websites before you submit any personal data to the third parties.

12. Third Party Websites

The website(s) of DPCSL may from time to time contain linkages to other websites. DPCSL has no control over your personal data submitted by you, if any, to other websites. This Privacy Policy Statement only applies to the website(s) of DPCSL. You should read the respective privacy policies of other websites before you submit any personal data to the third parties.

13. DPCSL Business Partners and DPCSL Service Providers

In the event that DPCSL provides your personal data to DPCSL Business Partners and/or DPCSL Service Providers, DPCSL Business Partners and DPCSL Service Providers are under a duty of confidentiality to DPCSL and are required to use your personal data consistent with the agreements DPCSL enters into with them as well as this Privacy Policy Statement. In particular, they are required to ensure security of your personal data and not to keep your personal data longer than necessary.

14. Security of Information

The physical records of your personal data will be stored in secured places with restricted access. The electronic records of your personal data will be stored in the servers of DPCSL located in secured places and protected by adequate IT security measures. Only authorized personnel of DPCSL (who have been trained to handle your personal data properly and observe confidentiality) will have access to these records and servers on a "need-to-know" and "need-to-use" basis.

15. Matching

DPCSL may match your personal data with other databases of the New World Group for the specified purposes set out in the Personal Information Collection Statement. If any such matching may result in adverse action being taken against you, consent will be obtained from the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data in accordance with the Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance.

16. Exclusion

DPCSL may disclose your personal data as required by law, by any governmental departments, regulatory authorities, enforcement agencies and courts of competent jurisdiction where the disclosure is permitted under any applicable exemption provisions in the Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance. DPCSL excludes all liability for disclosure of your personal data in this manner.

17. Use in Legal Proceedings etc.

If it becomes necessary for DPCSL to take legal action against you for recovering from you the debt you owe to DPCSL, your personal data may be used by DPCSL in identifying and taking legal action against you.

18. Access and Correction of Information

You have the right to request either verbally or in writing:

  1. access to your personal data held by DPCSL (if any); and
  2. correction of your personal data that is inaccurate (if any).

All such requests will be handled by DPCSL's Personal Data Privacy Officer promptly in accordance with the requirements of the Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance. DPCSL may charge a fee, which will not be excessive, for processing your data access request.

19. Amendment to Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy Statement may from time to time be updated, revised and changed. Any change, update or modification will be effective immediately upon being posted on website(s) of DPCSL. You are advised to check it on a regular basis.

20. Change of Control

If the ownership of certain business of DPCSL changes, DPCSL may transfer your personal data to the new owner of such business so that the new owner may continue to operate the business subject to the condition that the new owner shall only make use of your personal data in accordance with this Privacy Policy Statement.

21. Enquiries and Requests

If you have any questions or wish to access or correct your personal data held by DPCSL or to make an opt-out request under clause 10, please contact the Personal Data Privacy Officer of DPCSL at:

Discovery Park Commercial Services Limited
Shop 1050, Level 1, D•PARK, 398 Castle Peak Road, Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong.

Attention:
Legal Department
Personal Data Privacy Officer
(Marked Confidential)

22. English Version

If there is any inconsistency or conflict between the English and Chinese version of this Privacy Policy Statement, the English version shall prevail.