Use of the website www.moore.be is subject to the following general terms and conditions. You are deemed to have taken note of these general terms and conditions and accepted them without reservation.
Purpose of the site
The website www.moore.be contains information on the general organisation and the range of services provided by the Moore offices in Belgium. Our website also offers case-based content to inform visitors to its website. The site aims to provide simple, fast and improved access to the information available in this domain. The website also refers to the websites of other organisations, government agencies or institutions that provide information. The respective organisations and government agencies or institutions are themselves responsible for the information that they make available via their own websites.
All information on our website is of a general nature, unless explicitly stated otherwise. The information is not adapted to circumstances that are specific to a person or entity, and you must not consider this information as personal, professional or legal advice or equivalent. In order to obtain specific or personal advice, you should always consult the competent departments within the competent authorities or seek professional advice from specialist professional categories or companies. Information, documents and/or legal texts made available on or through the website may not be regarded as an authentic reproduction of officially adopted texts. Only the official text published in the Belgian Official Gazette or the Official Journal of the European Union is authentic and takes precedence.
The content of this website (including hyperlinks) may be adapted, modified, supplemented or deleted at any time without prior notice or notification, in order to adapt it to the current situation and the applicable regulations.
Use and accessibility of the website
Moore diligently maintains the website www.moore.be and strives to ensure that all information is as complete, correct, understandable, accurate and up-to-date as possible. Despite all continuous efforts, the world is constantly changing and Moore cannot guarantee that the information provided is complete, accurate or up-to-date at all times. If the information provided on (or via) the website is erroneous, Moore will make every effort to correct this as soon as possible. If you find any inaccuracies, you can notify us in an e-mail at email@example.com.
Moore makes every effort to avoid interruptions of a technical nature. However, Moore cannot guarantee that the website www.moore.be will be completely free of interruptions and is not affected by technical problems.
Moore cannot be held liable for direct or indirect damage arising from the use of the website or of information made available on or via the site, including, without limitation, all losses, work interruptions, damage to your programmes or other data on the computer system, or to your equipment or programmes.
Protection of personal data
To the extent that personal information is requested, Moore undertakes to handle the personal data in accordance with Directive 95/46/EC (GDPR). In any case, Moore undertakes to only use such data for the purpose for which they were requested and not to disclose them to third parties. In this regard, Moore envisages the best possible protection measures to prevent third parties from misusing your personal data.
Hyperlinks & referrals
On or via the website, you will be referred to other websites of governments, agencies or organisations via (hyper) links, and you will be referred to information sources that are managed by third parties. Moore does not have any technical or content-related control or authority, and can therefore not provide any guarantee regarding the completeness or accuracy of the content, nor regarding the availability of these websites and sources of information. Hyperlinks to other sites on this site do not imply any endorsement of the external site or the contents thereof. The links are provided for your information and ease of use. Moore therefore declines all liability for direct or indirect damage resulting from the consultation or use of such external websites and the content thereof.
Intellectual property rights
You have the right to consult, download and reproduce the information on this website for your personal use, provided that you indicate the source, in accordance with the provisions contained in Book XI "Intellectual Property" of the Code of Economic Law. However, this permission does not apply to texts for which restrictions on use are explicitly stated. Moore retains all intellectual property rights on the website itself and on the information provided.
If you wish to make commercial use of information displayed on this website, or if you wish to share this information with the public, you must ask our permission. Permission can be requested by e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org), by letter or by fax. The request must state which information you wish to use and the purpose for which you wish to use this information. If you are granted permission, it is always free of charge.
All comments or material that you voluntarily provide to Moore without being requested, including the data or reactions concerning the content of this site, shall be considered as non-confidential. Moore rejects any obligation regarding the follow-up to be given to these general reactions and data. Moore Stephens may use these reactions and data as it sees fit, subject to restrictions determined in accordance with Directive 95/46/EC (GDPR).
You agree that Moore may use the ideas, concepts, knowledge and techniques contained in your reactions for any purpose whatsoever, including, among other things, developing and designing new services.
We take all appropriate measures to ensure the physical and logical security of our website, although we cannot guarantee perfect security. By consulting our website, you acknowledge that no system or procedure can completely rule out such risks and you accept the inherently associated risks.
You are responsible for protecting your own systems and interests regarding any form of electronic communication and/or internet traffic. We shall not be liable in any manner or form, whether contractual, criminal (including negligence) or otherwise, for any loss, error or omission arising out of or in connection with the use of our website.
This online agreement and all disputes and claims arising from the use of this site or any information contained therein are subject to Belgian law. Consultation of this website implies that you submit to the jurisdiction of the Belgian courts and that you agree to bring all proceedings only before those courts.
All disputes shall fall under the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts and tribunals of the judicial district of Antwerp, subsection Antwerp.