Bargain books on the Middle Ages and all related subjects
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Contact You can contact medievalbookshop via the links at the top of this page. The business is part‑time, so email may not be checked every day, but any non‑spam email that is received will be replied to. No liability is accepted for any email not received, so you might wish to activate a "receipt request" if your email program allows it.
Complaints can be submitted via the links at the top of this page, and will be acknowledged as soon as possible. Any dispute will be treated in confidence, and every reasonable attempt will be made to resolve it within thirty working days.
Application of law medievalbookshop is based in the United Kingdom and is subject to English law, which in turn may be modified by European Community law in many matters including data protection. You can use the email link at the top of this page if you feel that that in any respect this site contravenes any local legal requirement, and every reasonable attempt will be made to find a remedy that does not conflict with English law.
Please note: the legal situation in the UK on data protection is likely to change significantly throughout 2019, both during and after departure from the European Union, but that's all that can be stated with any certainty.