WIN a 16GB iPad Mini with Will Claim Solicitors! (T&C)

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Terms and Conditions
1. Entry into this competition implies acceptance of these rules. The owners of Willclaim Solicitors reserve the right to amend these rules at any time.
2. No purchase is necessary to be entered into the competition.
3. The promoter of the competition is Willclaim Solicitors
4. The competition is open to any residents in the UK only.
5. The competition is not open to employees of Willclaim Solicitors or any associated company, their direct family members or any persons directly or indirectly connected with Willclaim Solicitors or running of the prize draw or the provision of any of the prizes.
6. To be eligible for entry into the competition, entrants must Follow @willclaim on Twitter and Retweet the competition post.
7. Winners will be selected at random by an independent person. The first valid entry drawn will be the winner. A winner selected under the age of 18 years old will be automatically disqualified and another winner will be drawn until a suitable winner has been found that meets the qualified criteria.
8. The judge‘s decision is final. No correspondence will be entered into.
9. The prize is for a 16GB iPad Mini
10. The prize may not be redeemed for a cash alternative, sold to any other person or is not transferable.
11. The winner will be contacted directly via Twitter on Tuesday 14th July 2015 after 6pm. If the winner cannot be contacted within a reasonable time, Willclaim Solicitors reserves the right to re-draw a winner and thereafter until a winner on these terms is found.
12. By entering the competition you are giving permission to be contacted by Willclaim Solicitors. Permission can be withdrawn at any time by giving notice in writing addressed to the Promoter.
13. The competition commences on Tuesday 16th June 2015 and closes at 6pm on Tuesday 14th July 2015 and the winner will be announced shortly afterwards.
14. The name of the winner will be promoted on the Twitter account of Willclaim Solicitors