General Terms and
Conditions of Brecht Publishers (Netherlands)
The information on this internet site may be used freely and without any
payment or other similar obligation, yet with due observance of all (intellectual
property) rights of Brecht Publishers and third persons. It is not allowed
to reproduce or publish (parts of) the content of this website or to use
the provided English translations for other than personal use. Where translations
have been made from Dutch into English, these are made by or on behalf
of Brecht Publishers and are no official translations. By accessing this
website or by using its information the reader/user automatically accepts
all conditions of Brecht Publishers. Brecht Publishers is not liable in
any way for (damage resulting from) the use of (information on or made
available through) this website. Disputes in respect thereof are governed
by Dutch law and will be decided only by a Dutch court with the exclusion
of any other court or way of settling (legal) disputes.
Conditions regarding the use of this website
These conditions apply to the use of the websites of European Civil Law
(ECL) and Dutch Civil Law (DCL), as provided by Brecht Publishers,
a protected brand name and registered trade mark of the Dutch corporation
'Uitgeverij Althea B.V.'. By accessing this website or by using
the information on this website the user automatically accepts these Conditions.
This websites is intended to serve general information purposes only.
The information provided on this website is not intended as an advice
in any way. The information on this website is composed and maintained
with care and attention by Brecht Publishers. However, Brecht Publishers
cannot give any warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of the information
on this website. Therefore no rights can be derived from the information
on this website. Brecht Publishers is under no circumstances liable for
damages of whatever nature, in anyway resulting from the use of this website
or resulting from or related to the use of information presented on or
made available through this website or damages resulting from the non-availability
of this website.
The websites of Brecht Publishers, European Civil Law (ECL) and Dutch
Civil Law (DCL), include references and/or hyperlinks to third party websites.
These references and hyperlinks are included for information purposes
only and are selected by Brecht Publishers in good faith. In no event
Brecht Publishers gives any guarantee or accepts any liability in relation
to the content, use and availability of such websites.
Brecht Publishers cannot give any warranty as to the timely receipt or
processing of emails or other electronic messages sent to or from Brecht
Publishers (including European Civil Law (ECL) and Dutch Civil Law (DCL)),
and is under no circumstances liable for damages of whatever nature, in
anyway resulting from the non timely receipt or processing of emails or
other electronic messages sent to or from Brecht Publishers.
All intellectual property rights, including but not limited to, copyrights,
trademark rights, rights regarding translation and database rights related
to the information, text, images, logos, photographs and illustrations
on this website and regarding the lay-out and design thereof are the property
of Brecht Publishers and/or have been licensed to Brecht Publishers by
the owner(s) of those rights. The information on this website is only
meant for personal, non commercial use. The reproduction and publishing
of (parts of) the content of this website for non personal and/or for
commercial use, in whatever form, or in whatever way, is prohibited without
the prior written consent of Brecht Publishers.
The use of hyperlinks to (any page of) the website of Brecht Publishers
is only allowed with prior written consent of Brecht Publishers, unless
it is indicated clearly in the hyperlink itself that it concerns a page
or content of Brecht Publishers, by referring to the name 'European Civil
Law (ECL)'or, respectively, 'Dutch Civil Law (DCL)'. Brecht Publishers
will not allow any hyperlink to (any page of) its website if the content,
image or reputation of the host website is irreconcilable with the name,
reputation, services or products of Brecht Publishers or the content of
the involved website, in the opinion of Brecht Publishers.
Brecht Publishers respects the privacy of all users of this website and
ensures that personal information provided to Brecht Publishers by email
and/or by another contact form, will be treated confidentially and in
conformity with the Dutch Privacy Laws.
Personal information provided to Brecht Publishers via the website of
Brecht Publishers or by email, shall be used solely for the purpose for
which the personal data is provided to Brecht Publishers, for instance
the respons to a request for information. If you have any question with
respect to the processing of your personal data by Brecht Publishers,
please contact us by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applicable law and jurisdiction
The entrance and use of this website and these General Terms and Conditions
are solely governed by Dutch law. Any dispute from the entrance or use
of the websites of Brecht Publishers and/or the use of information derived
from these websites shall exclusively be submitted to and finally be resolved
by the competent court in the Netherlands, with exclusion of any kind
of other court in any other country.
All rights reserved by Brecht Publishers and/or Uitgeverij Althea BV,
seated in the Netherlands.