Website User Agreement
Article 1 : Object
This User Agreement contains the terms and conditions applicable to the use of the information and services offered by the site. The user of the site and of the services offered by the site is deemed to have agreed to the provisions of this User Agreement.
Article 2 : Liability
The content of www.TWERES.be may be adapted, modified or supplemented at any time without prior notice or notification. TWERES vzw cannot guarantee the proper functioning of the website or the inclusion or non-inclusion of information. Nor can TWERES vzw be held liable for a possible temporary unavailability of the website or for any form of damage, direct or indirect, which would result from the access to or the use of the website.
TWERES vzw cannot be held liable for the inaccuracy or shortcomings in the data on www.TWERES.be. This applies both to information that TWERES vzw itself places on the website and to information originating from third parties or users.
Incorrect data or shortcomings on this site do not entitle TWERES vzw to any financial or other compensation. TWERES vzw is not liable with regard to users and third parties for possible direct, indirect, incidental damage, loss of profit or any other damage caused by its negligence or forgetfulness in providing, compiling, writing and interpreting information.
The website TWERES.be contains hyperlinks to websites of third parties or of its partners. These references do not imply in any way an implicit approval of their content. Nor can TWERES vzw be held liable for their content or for any damage resulting from their use.
Article 3 : Intellectual property and copyright
The user expressly acknowledges that the information provided on the site is and remains the property of TWERES vzw. The data can only be taken over for personal or educational use, provided the source is mentioned. Nothing on the site may be used for commercial purposes without the prior written consent of TWERES. It is also forbidden to store this information electronically or to use it for illegal purposes.
Article 4 : Proof and applicable law
Belgian law shall apply. The parties accept that the electronic communication between them has the legal force of written proof. In the event of disputes or disputes, only the courts of the judicial district of West Flanders have jurisdiction.