1. Identity and contact details of BRIDGERS
1.1. The website that can be accessed at the address [www.bridgers.be] (hereinafter referred to as: the “Website”) is operated and owned by Bridgers, with enterprise number [0887.042.828] and having its registered office at Rue de l’Association,38, 1000 Brussels (hereinafter also referred to as: “[●]”, “we” or “us”).
1.2. Information and data of BRIDGERS:
Legal form: [BVBA] (private company with limited liability)
Company name: [BRIDGERS]
Trade name: BRIDGERS
Registered office: [Rue de l’Association 38, 1000 Brussels]
VAT number: [0887.042.828]
Telephone number: 02/ 732 70 02
Hyperlink(s) Website: www.bridgers.be
2. Applicability of these Terms and Conditions of Use
2.1. These Terms and Conditions of Use shall exclusively apply to the use of the Website. The current terms and conditions do not in any way whatsoever cover the usage policies in effect at other service providers that you may make use of on or via the Website.
2.2. You are required to explicitly, fully and irrevocably agree to (the application of) these Terms and Conditions of Use by clicking on the OK button before you can use (the services linked to) the Website in any manner whatsoever. The text of these terms and conditions of use can be viewed at any time under ‘Terms and Conditions of Use – Disclaimer’ on the Website.
2.3. Any nullity or inapplicability of one or more provisions in these terms and conditions of use shall not result in the nullity of the whole of these terms and conditions.
2.4. BRIDGERS reserves the right to modify these Terms and Conditions of Use at any time. Changes shall be announced on the Website and/or via electronic means. Continued use of the Website shall be considered as acceptance of the new terms and conditions. These Terms and Conditions of Use were last amended on date.
2.5. These terms and conditions of use remain applicable without prejudice to any application of imperative legal provisions to protect consumers (specifically the relevant provisions in the Belgian Code of Economic Law (CEL)).
3. Terms and Conditions of Use
3.1. Information and content on the Website
3.1.1. BRIDGERS takes every effort to ensure that the entirety of the information contained on the Website, which includes the data and information in the widest sense of the term, including photos, video files, texts, etc., is accurate, complete and up-to-date. BRIDGERS however accepts no liability whatsoever for any errors or inaccuracies that may be present therein in spite of our best efforts.
3.1.2. BRIDGERS cannot rule out the possible occurrence of faults, interruptions or technical errors that may restrict or prevent access to the Website.
3.1.3. The Website contains information of a general and indicative nature, and is not tailor-made to personal or specific circumstances, and cannot under any circumstances be regarded as personal advice, or as imposing any contractual (result) obligations on BRIDGERS, and cannot constitute a ground for claiming damage compensation or for the termination of the agreement with BRIDGERS. The information on the Website is available in the condition in which it is viewed without any guarantees being made in this regard. The use of the Website and the information on the Website is therefore solely at the user’s own risk and responsibility. You acknowledge and accept that the obligations of BRIDGERS in relation to the operation and content of the Website are merely a best efforts obligation.
3.1.4. You may use the Website only for legitimate purposes.
3.2. Your obligations
3.2.1. You must have a sound, stable internet connection and operable hardware and software that is suited for the Website (and its services). You must also have sufficiently adequate and updated antivirus, antispyware, and firewall protection on your systems.
3.2.2. In case the systems of BRIDGERS, its employees and appointees, subcontractors, external suppliers or service providers and/or its other users suffer damage as a result of exchanging computer viruses or other harmful files, you shall be solely, fully and unrestrictedly liable towards BRIDGERS, and you shall indemnify BRIDGERS in full, without limitation, for the principal sum, interest and (lawyer's) costs arising in connection with any third-party claims (including claims by employees or appointees, subcontractors, external suppliers or service providers and users of BRIDGERS) who may suffer damage as a consequence.
4. Processing of personal data
5.1. BRIDGERS is in no way liable for:
- the quality, completeness, accuracy, suitability, availability, or form of the information on or generated by the Website or by other (external) websites or application to which the Website refers via (permitted) hyperlinks;
- any decisions made or actions taken by you based on the content or information on the Website;
- any disruptions, interruptions, technical errors, improper technical manoeuvres, unpermitted interventions (including hackers), viruses, etc. on the Website;
- (the functioning and/or availability of) software and/or applications belonging to third parties or the consequences thereof for downloading from and/or using the Website;
- indirect damage or consequential damage (including but not limited to lost time, lost opportunities, loss of profit, loss of income, emotional damage, etc.);
- cases of force majeure;
- a minor error occurring other than through intention or gross negligence that can be equated with intention.
5.2. Under no circumstances can BRIDGERS be held liable jointly and severally or in solidum with third parties, to pay compensation for any damage.
5.3. At the same time, nothing shall also preclude BRIDGERS from being held liable for intention or a gross negligence that can be equated with intention. However, the liability of BRIDGERS in respect of direct as well as indirect damage, shall in all cases be limited to the lowest of the following amounts: (i) the amount for which it is insured by its comprehensive third-party liability insurer subject to a maximum of € per claim, or (ii) the amount corresponding to the value of the services on which the complaint is based subject to a maximum of € . This same limitation applies if the liability exclusion(s) contained in the present Article 5 were ever to be considered as invalid or unopposable by a court of law or arbitrator.
6. Intellectual property
6.1. The Website, parts thereof and all information and/or content thereon, relating to and/or generated by the Website, including but not limited to all texts, images, logos, graphics, formulas, video files, sound files, HTML codes, software, databases, the design or any other creation, content or information on or related to the Website, shall be part of the exclusive intellectual property of BRIDGERS or its licensors, and may only be reproduced or disclosed to the public after obtaining the express, written and prior consent of BRIDGERS or its licensors.
In other words, you are prohibited at all times (even after termination of the agreement with BRIDGERS) from reproducing or disclosing to the public in any manner whatsoever, the Website (or parts thereof), including all information relating to or generated by the Website and/or the content of the Website, without the express, written and prior consent of BRIDGERS or of its licensors.
6.2. No part of these Terms and Conditions of Use may be interpreted as constituting a transfer, or the grant of a licence to you either of, or in connection with, the intellectual property rights of BRIDGERS.
6.3. You acknowledge and accept that the services provided on the Website may use specific open-source software or freeware under licences which could include provisions that take precedence over these conditions.
6.4. You acknowledge and accept that information or the content on the Website could be protected by the intellectual property rights of third parties. You declare that you shall honour the aforesaid rights and furthermore, that you shall indemnify BRIDGERS in full, in principal, interest as well as costs (judicial expenses and lawyers’ fees) incurred in relation to any infringements that you may have made of the intellectual property rights of third parties in this connection.
Complaints arising due to any use of the Website or the application of the current Terms and Conditions of Use may be notified to BRIDGERS by e-mail: email@example.com.
8. Applicable law and competent courts
Any disputes on the interpretation or application of these terms and conditions of use or which may arise from any use of the Website is solely governed by Belgian law and is the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of [Brussels], unless the law compellingly prescribes the jurisdiction of another court.
9. Contact details of BRIDGERS
For further information, comments or complaints, the user may contact BRIDGERS with the help of the following contact details:
Address: [Rue de l’Association 38, 1000 Brussels]
E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone number: 02 / 732 70 02