EATS will not divulge any personal details provided by people to this website to any third party without the express permission of the person concerned, except where the law demands otherwise. Users of this site are encouraged to participate in the “Have your say” sections of this site. EATS will moderate those comments to ensure that they are not unlawful or offensive to individuals or sections of the community and to ensure that they could not have the effect of misleading tenants as to their legal rights.

Information provided in the course of using this site, such as users’ full names, email or street addresses, or other personal information sought for specific purposes will be used by EATS only for those purposes indicated on the page and for the provision of material about tenants’ rights by EATS to the user. Such information will not be passed on by EATS to any other party except where the law demands otherwise.

Information logged

When you visit this site, information provided by your browser may be logged for statistical purposes only. No attempt will be made to identify users or their browsing activities, except in the unlikely event of an investigation where a law enforcement agency may exercise a warrant.


EATS is committed to protecting your privacy while using this website. However it should be noted that there is an inherent risk associated with the use of an insecure public network such as the World Wide Web. Though minor, the potential exists that a user’s transactions (including emails) may be viewed, intercepted or modified by a third party.

If you prefer an alternate delivery method, you can send communications via mail, phone or fax. The contact details are contained on this site.

EATS uses software provided by Google to analyse statistics, send emails and receive information by users of this site.

External sites that are linked to or from this site, or service providers or browsers are not under EATS control. You are advised to review their policy statement.