Terms of use

These are the terms of use (“Terms of Use”) for the Clerens & Vennoten BV (operating under “Clerens Law Firm”) website www.clerens.be. Clerens & Vennoten BV is a Private limited company (“Besloten vennootschap”/“société à responsabilité limitée”) under Belgian law, whose registered office is located at Avenue du Congo 1, 1050 Brussels, Belgium and which is registered in the Crossroads Bank of Enterprises under number 0828.040.203 (“Clerens Law Firm”).

A. Scope

These Terms of Use apply to any visit to the Clerens Law Firm website and to all information or use thereof. Acceptance and modification of the Terms of Use. By accessing and using the Clerens Law Firm website, you are deemed to have read and accepted these Terms of Use. The website may only be used in accordance with these Terms of Use. The content of the Terms of Use may be adapted, modified or supplemented at any time without announcement or notice. We ask the user to regularly review the Terms of Use. This version of the Terms of Use was last modified on 31 August 2018.

B. Content of the website

The information provided on or via the website is of a general nature and is not adapted to personal or specific circumstances of a particular person, company or other entity. This information is by no means intended for legal, personal or professional advice or its equivalent. The use of the information on our website is at your own risk. If you would like legal advice, we invite you to contact one of our attorneys who will provide advice that is tailored to your personal situation. Although the content of the Clerens Law Firm website has been prepared with the utmost care, Clerens Law Firm cannot exclude the possibility that certain information is incomplete, incorrect or outdated. If you notice an error or a problem on our website, you can communicate this to us by e-mail to info@clerens.be. The content of the website may be adapted, modified, removed or supplemented at any time without announcement or notice.

C. Hyperlinks

Our website contains hyperlinks to other websites and social media. Clerens Law Firm has no technical or substantive control capabilities over these websites. If you wish to include a hyperlink to our website on your own website, you must obtain the prior written permission from Clerens Law Firm. This permission can be unilaterally withdrawn with immediate effect. The request must be sent by e-mail to info@clerens.be.

D. Intellectual property rights

Our website and its content, including the images, logos, texts, design, underlying software, etc. are protected by intellectual property rights of Clerens Law Firm or its licensors. You may visit the website and print or download a copy of one or more pages of our website for your personal and non-commercial use. In other cases, it is never permitted to copy, download, publish, use or reproduce our website, in whole or in part, without the prior written permission of Clerens Law Firm. A request for this must be sent by e-mail to info@clerens.be.

E. Liability

Neither Clerens Law Firm nor anyone who works at Clerens Law Firm is liable for any incorrect or incomplete information on the website. They are also not liable for any damage that might directly or indirectly arise or result from the use of our website or its content. Clerens Law Firm does not guarantee the proper functioning or constant accessibility of the website and cannot be held liable if this is not the case, regardless of its cause (for example, technical malfunctions, viruses). Clerens Law Firm disclaims all liability for the content, operation and functionality of third-party websites that may be accessible through our website. Clerens Law Firm is also not liable for damage caused by the failure of electronic communication via the website such as delays, interceptions or manipulations of third parties related to that communication.

F. Applicable law and competent court

By using the Clerens Law Firm website, you acknowledge that its content is governed solely by Belgian law and will be interpreted in accordance with Belgian law. In case of dispute, only the courts of the judicial district of Brussels are competent.

G. Questions

If you have further questions about the website or about these Terms of Use, please contact info@clerens.be.