Please read this website’s various terms and conditions of use carefully before browsing its pages. By accessing this site, you fully accept these terms and conditions. Also, in accordance with Article No. 6 of Law No. 2004-575 of 21 June 2004 for Confidence in the Digital Economy, the persons in charge of the www.adiutum.be website are:
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Terms and conditions of use:
Adiutum makes use of all available resources to ensure the information on its websites is reliable and up-to-date. However, errors or omissions may occur. Internet users should therefore verify that the information is accurate and report any changes they consider relevant to Adiutum. In no case is Adiutum liable for the use made of this information nor for any direct or indirect harm or loss that might arise therefrom.
Websites may offer links to other sites or resources available on the Internet. Adiutum has no means of controlling the sites linked to its websites. It is not responsible for and does not guarantee the availability of such external sites and sources. Adiutum may not be held liable for damage, of any nature whatsoever, arising from the content of these external sites or sources, particularly the information, products or services they offer, or from any use that may be made of these elements. The risks associated with the use of these sites and external sources are exclusively borne by the internet user, who should comply with their conditions of use.
Website users, subscribers and visitors may not put a hyperlink directing to this site in place without the prior express consent of the site publisher.
In the event that a user or visitor wishes to establish a hyperlink directing to one of the site publisher’s websites, he or she should send a site-accessible email requesting permission to do so. Adiutum reserves the right to accept or refuse a hyperlink without having to justify its decision.
All our company’s activities and information are presented on the www.adiutum.be website. Adiutum endeavours to provide the most accurate information possible on its site. The particulars shown on the www.adiutum.be website are not exhaustive and the photos are not contractually binding. They are subject to modifications that may have been made since their posting. Furthermore, all information on the www.adiutum.be website is given for informational purposes only and is liable to change or develop without notice.
Contractual limitations on data:
The site’s information is as accurate as possible, and the site is updated at different times of the year. It may, however, contain inaccuracies or omissions. If you note any shortcomings, errors or what appears to be a malfunction, kindly report it to email@example.com, describing the problem as accurately as possible (which page caused a problem, type of computer and browser used, etc.).
Content is downloaded at the user’s sole risk and liability. Consequently, Adiutum cannot and will not be held liable for any damage done to the user’s computer or any loss of data following a download. In addition, the site user agrees to access the website using the latest virus-free software and an up-to-date latest generation browser.
The website publisher may not be held liable for hypertext links (directing to other resources present on the internet) set up within the framework of this website.
All content present on the www.adiutum.be website, including but not limited to graphics, images, texts, videos, animations, sounds, logos, gifs and icons, as well as their formatting, is the exclusive property of the company with the exception of the trademarks, logos or content belonging to other partner companies or authors.
Any reproduction, distribution, modification, adaptation, re-transmission or publication, even partial, of these different elements is strictly prohibited without the prior written consent of the site publisher. Any such representation or reproduction, by any process whatsoever, constitutes an infringement punishable by Articles L. 3335-2 et seq. of the French Intellectual Property Code. The non-observance of this prohibition amounts to an offence that could incur the perpetrator’s civil and criminal liability. In addition, the owners of any copied content could take legal action against perpetrator.
In accordance with French Law No. 78-17 of 6 January 1978 (amended by Law No. 2004-801 of 6 August 2004 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data) relating to information technology, files and liberties, this site has been the subject of a declaration to CNIL, the French Data Protection Authority, www.cnil.fr.
The terms and conditions for the www.adiutum.be site are governed by French law and any disagreement or dispute that might arise over the interpretation or performance thereof will be under the exclusive competence of the courts having jurisdiction over the company’s registered office. The reference language for the settlement of any dispute is French.
However, there are certain exceptions to this rule. For some services proposed on our site, you may be required to disclose certain data such as your name, your job title, the name of your company, your e-mail address and your telephone number. This is the case if you fill in the online form available in the “contact/get in touch with us” section. In all cases, you may refuse to supply your personal data. However, you will not be able to use certain site services, particularly those allowing you to request company information or newsletters.
Finally, we may automatically collect some information about you when you are browsing our website. Such data may include information concerning the use of our site, such as the areas you visit and the services you access, your IP address, the type of browser you use and your access times. This information is exclusively used for internal statistical purposes, so we can improve the quality of the services we offer. Databases are protected by the provisions of the French Law of 1 July 1998, implementing Directive 96/9 of 11 March 1996, on the legal protection of databases.