standard terms bathroom collection Il granito
1. Scope of application
These Standard Terms apply to any and all agreements, quotes, offers, orders, invoices and credit notes applicable between IL GRANITO BV, with registered office at Toekomstlaan 2, 3600 Genk, and registered in the Crossroads Bank for Enterprises under No. 0456.837.253 (hereinafter referred to as ‘Seller’) and any natural person or legal entity (whether or not governed by public law) (hereinafter referred to as the ‘Client’), unless explicitly agreed otherwise in writing. These Standard Terms are an integral part of the agreement between the parties. By accepting any offer from or placing any order with the Seller, the Client acknowledges and confirms its prior perusal and acceptance of these Standard Terms
and relinquishes application of its own terms and conditions, however worded. The Seller reserves the right to change its Standard Terms, subject to prior notification to the Client. Deviations from these Standard Terms shall only be valid with the Seller’s express written consent.
2. Formation and modification of the agreement
All offers and quotes by the Seller, regardless of their form, are made without any obligation unless they include an acceptance term. An agreement shall be established by written (order) confirmation from the Seller (including by e-mail).
The Client acknowledges and accepts that natural stone products are always sold with their intrinsic natural characteristics. The following characteristics may occur with all types of natural stone proposed, without these being of inferior quality or being regarded as faulty: (1) finer and wider visible veins, fossil formation different from that normally occurring, (2) filling of natural pores, cavities or fault lines, (3) polyester fleece and a bonding agent on the back to reinforce the less solid natural stones. Natural stone products vary in colour and structure due to their geological composition. Examples or samples of the products give, at best, an approximate image of the product and are never binding. Furthermore, all indications in offers, quotations or agreements, as well as in the annexes thereto, such as images, drawings, weights, dimensions, capacities, colours and other data, are only approximate. The Client acknowledges being aware of the fact that natural stone may always contain natural organic impurities or other elements or substances which, in combination with other substances, may cause a reaction (oxidation, solution, etc.), even if all precautions are taken. Deviations in the product are consequently not at the Seller’s expense and risk. The Seller is not responsible for changes to (the construction of) the product made by the manufacturer, nor is the Seller liable for changes in the appearance or texture of the product due to the intrinsic characteristics of natural stone products. In accordance with the guidelines of the professional federation FEBENAT, the Seller states, for information purposes only, that for the maintenance of natural stone: (1) products suitable for natural stone must always be used; (2) products of the same brand must be used; (3) no products must be mixed; (4) the guidelines of the products on the packaging must be strictly adhered to; (5) products containing acid or descaling products must never be used.
Obvious errors or mistakes in the Seller’s offers or quotes release it from its performance obligation and/or any obligation to pay damages arising therefrom, even after formation of the agreement.
The Seller reserves the right to suspend the delivery of orders if the Client’s account with the Seller shows a negative balance and in case of the Client’s apparent state of financial distress or insolvency.
All agreements are entered into subject to sufficient stock. If fewer products are available, or if the products are of a lower quality at the time the contract is concluded than could reasonably be expected, the Seller shall be entitled to reduce the quantities it sells accordingly. By supplying the quantities thus reduced, the Seller shall fulfil its obligation to deliver.
Any request to modify or supplement the order (additional or less work) must be made in writing by the Client and must always be confirmed and accepted in writing by the Seller. The following are (non-exhaustive) cases of additional or less work: (1) in the event of modification of the design, specifications or specifications, (2) if the information provided by the Client does not correspond to reality (e.g. other dimensions)
Unless indicated otherwise, all prices are in euro and exclude VAT. Unless explicitly stated otherwise in writing, all prices exclude transport costs (as applicable) as well as insurance, packaging, installation and assembly costs. Any special additional costs in relation with the import and/or clearance of goods to be delivered by the Seller to the Client and any other government levies are excluded from the price and shall be borne by the Client.
The amounts presented by the Seller in the (order) confirmation are based on the prices, exchange rates, wages, taxes and other price-related factors that applied at the time of the (order) confirmation. If any of said price-related factors should change after the (order) confirmation has been issued, the Seller is entitled to adjust the agreed price accordingly. The Seller will inform the Client thereof without delay. If, pursuant to the present article, a price increase is implemented and such increase exceeds 10% of the total agreed amount, the Client is entitled to terminate the agreement in writing within eight calendar days after it is or could have been aware of said price increase.
Unless agreed otherwise all invoices issued by the Seller shall be payable to its registered office within ten (10) calendar days following the invoice date. Under no circumstances shall the Client be entitled to offset any amounts due by the Seller against any sum charged by the Seller. Likewise, early payment shall not give rise to any discount.
The Seller shall have the right, at all times, either to deliver and invoice the complete delivery or to invoice goods delivered in instalments per separate delivery. The Seller shall be entitled to invoice at any time, including by way of advance invoices. Unless otherwise agreed in writing between the parties, the Seller shall invoice as follows: 50% at the time the contract is concluded (in particular when the order is accepted) and 50% before delivery of the goods. If advance payment is refused, the Seller is entitled to cancel the Agreement, in which case the Client shall be liable for any damage resulting therefrom.
Invoices that have not been contested by registered mail within eight (8) calendar days following their transmission shall be deemed to have been accepted unreservedly.
Payment shall be made by transfer into the account number indicated on the invoice under mention of the reference number.
The Seller is entitled to suspend the delivery of any goods held by it for the Client in relation to the performance of the agreed works until all payments owed by the Client to the Seller have been made in full. In the event of non-payment on the due date (see article 4.1) all amounts owed by the Client become due and payable, regardless of any payment conditions agreed earlier. In the event of late payment, even partial payment, the Client shall automatically and without the need for a letter of formal notice owe interest on the outstanding invoice amount in accordance with the Law of 2 August 2002 on combating late payment in commercial transactions, as from the due date of the invoice. The interest is calculated from day to day.
In the event of late payment, the Client shall also owe a fixed compensation of 10% of the outstanding invoice amount, with a minimum of €250.00, to cover, among other things, the recovery costs incurred by the Seller.
Late payment, incomplete payment or non-payment of any single invoice due shall render any other invoice that is not yet due for payment, immediately due and payable.
5. Dissolution and termination
The Client’s failure to duly and/or punctually perform any of its obligations under this agreement shall entitle the Seller, without any obligation to pay compensation and without prejudice to any other rights it may have, to terminate the agreement in part or in full by means of written notification to the Client and/or to demand immediate payment in full of any outstanding amounts and/or to invoke its retention right.
The Seller is entitled to dissolve the agreement with immediate effect, without any obligation to pay compensation and without prejudice to any rights it may have, in the event that the Client applies for a moratorium or bankruptcy or has such application filed against it, as well as in the event that its assets are being seized in part or in full. In that case any and all invoiced amounts shall become due and payable immediately.
In the event of dissolution the Client shall also, by operation of law and without prior letter of formal notice, owe fixed damages amounting to 50% of the invoiced amount with a minimum of €75.00 and without prejudice to the Seller’s right to prove any actual higher damage incurred.
6. Force majeure
Except in the case of mandatory statutory provisions or provisions relating to public order or intent, the Seller shall not be liable for
any breach resulting from force majeure. The Seller’s obligations shall be suspended during the entire period of force majeure. If the period of force majeure and hence the Seller’s non-compliance continues for more than three months, both parties shall be entitled to terminate the agreement without judicial intervention and without any obligation to pay any damages.
The term ‘force majeure’ as referred to in this article shall in any case be understood to mean unforeseen circumstances, also of an economic nature, arising through no fault or action of the Seller or its suppliers or subcontractors, including, but not limited to, natural disasters, wars, hostilities, attacks, whether in Belgium or in any other country where any branches of the Seller or its subcontractors are established, illness, technical failure of machines or systems, lack of personnel, fire or flood, epidemic, pandemic, government order, serious business interruptions, cyber attacks, forced cuts in production, strikes and lockouts, both at the Seller’s premises and at its suppliers, delays in transport or delayed or incorrect delivery of goods or materials, such as energy, raw materials or parts, by third parties including the Seller’s suppliers.
If the Seller has already partially fulfilled its obligations when force majeure occurs, or can only partially fulfil its obligations, it shall be entitled to invoice the part already delivered or the part deliverable separately and the Client shall be obliged to pay this invoice as if it were a separate agreement.
7. Order cancellation
If the Client wishes to cancel an order, it must submit a written request to the Seller no later than thirty (30) days prior to the cancellation. The Seller may refuse the request for cancellation. Where applicable, the Client is obliged to accept the order and pay the price. If the Seller agrees in writing to the cancellation request, the Seller shall be entitled to compensation estimated at a minimum of 30% of the price (without deduction of any advance payments already made), without prejudice to the Seller’s right to prove any higher damage or to demand performance of the contract. From the date of the letter of formal notice until the payment of the damage, interest on arrears shall be due on the amount of the damages at a rate of 10%.
Any advances paid shall in any event remain vested in the Seller and shall not be refunded.
Delivery shall occur according to the applicable ICC INCOTERM (2020) ‘Ex works’. If the Client refuses to take receipt of the order at the agreed moment, makes such receipt impossible or unreasonably difficult or fails to provide information or instructions required for the delivery, the Seller is entitled to store the goods at the Client’s risk and expense, without prejudice to the Seller’s right to dissolve the agreement.
Goods shall be deemed to have been delivered from the moment the Seller has informed the Client that the goods – whether or not to be assembled in full or in part – are ready for collection from the Seller or a third party or for shipment at the order of the Client. From the moment of delivery, all risks associated with the delivered goods transfer to the Client.
If, notwithstanding Article 8.1, it is expressly agreed that the Seller shall arrange the transport of the goods, both the costs and the risk of loss or damage during transport shall be borne by the Client, unless explicitly stipulated otherwise. In that case, the Client is also responsible for unloading the goods, unless stated otherwise in writing.
If the parties agree that the Seller is responsible for unloading the goods or loading, then the Client will ensure that the place of delivery is easily accessible and that the necessary people are present during delivery to provide any information required or useful for the Seller to unload the goods. In any case, the Seller can be held only to deliver goods at ground level. Failure to meet this obligation entitles the Seller to refuse making the delivery. In such cases, the Seller will be entitled to compensation for all costs incurred, including shipping costs and labour, irrespective of Article 7.1.
In its offers, quotes, agreements or otherwise, the Seller shall provide delivery terms to the best of its ability and such terms will be adhered to as much as possible, taking into account the availability of the goods and/or services involved. The Client acknowledges that, unless explicitly agreed otherwise, the indicated delivery term for goods and/or services is purely indicative. Non-compliance on the part of the Seller with the indicative term shall under no circumstances give rise to the dissolution of the agreement or any right to damages. Partial deliveries shall be allowed at all times. The Client’s delay in payment of agreed advance payments to the sales price may result in corresponding delay of the delivery.
If the term or location of delivery or the circumstances for delivery change at the request of the Client, or if the Client provides incorrect information to that effect, the Seller shall, as the case may be, be entitled to payment of the corresponding additional costs and fees.
If the Seller (or the Seller’s supplier) provides a guarantee to the Client with regard to the work or goods delivered or to be delivered by it, it shall explicitly inform the Client of this in writing. In the absence of such explicit written notification the Client cannot invoke any guarantee, however without prejudice to its statutory rights resulting from mandatory statutory provisions.
In case of a valid guarantee claim by the Client, the Seller is entitled at its discretion to either repair or exchange the delivered goods, unless this has become demonstrably futile for the Client in the meantime. If the Seller notifies the Client that it will proceed to repair the goods, the Client shall, at its own cost and risk, put the delivered goods at the disposal of the Seller.
All guarantee obligations of the Seller shall cease to apply if the defects or imperfections in the supplied goods as put forward by the Client are the result of (i) any incorrect, careless or incompetent use (including dropping or hitting the product) or management of the goods by the Client, their representatives or third parties; (ii) a modification of the delivered goods to which the Seller did not agree by the Client, their representatives or third parties; or (iii) any external causes such as, but not limited to substances such as acid, fire or water damage.
The Seller undertakes to perform the contract to the best of its ability.
The Seller cannot be held liable for the consequences of the use and any consequences incurred by the user, a third party or their goods from the delivered, installed and/or shipped products. The sale is and remains made on the order and at the risk of the Client, who is liable for any accidents, infringements, correct storage, etc. The Client shall also be liable for and shall, as the case may be, indemnify the Seller against any damage (including fire) caused by the products.
The Seller does not guarantee the quality of its products in the event of abnormal or incorrect use, maintenance not carried out or carried out incorrectly, oxidation, dropping or hitting, modification of the goods, poor storage conditions, (dis)assembly or repair by the Client.
Except in cases of fraud or intentional error, the Seller is not responsible for incidental or consequential damage (including: injuries, damage to property, financial loss, loss of profit, staff costs, damage to third parties, loss of revenue). In this respect the Client waives any right of recourse vis-à-vis the Seller and/or its representatives. In the event of fraud or wilful misconduct on the part of the Seller, its maximum liability for incidental or consequential damage shall never exceed the purchase price of the product.
Under no circumstances shall the Seller be held liable for changes in appearance or texture due to the intrinsic characteristics of the natural stone.
The Client is obliged to inspect the products or have them inspected immediately upon delivery. This is understood to mean that the Buyer must thoroughly and accurately check (or have checked) whether the products comply with the agreement in all respects, in particular whether the correct products have been delivered, the quantity of the products is correct (quantity, number, weight), the (non-) conformity or the condition of the goods delivered. Under penalty of forfeiture, complaints about this must be reported to the Seller in writing immediately after this inspection, accurately stating the nature of the shortcoming.
Complaints regarding hidden defects (also those covered by the guarantee of the manufacturer or supplier, which guarantee was negotiated directly with the Client), which manifest themselves within six months after the delivery of the goods, must be reported to the Seller by means of a motivated registered letter at the latest eight (8) calendar days after discovery of the defect or after the defect should reasonably have been discovered. Any complaint after this period is in any case inadmissible. The use or possible resale of the goods shall cancel any liability the Seller may have. No complaints or disputes of any kind shall ever entitle the Client to suspend performance of its obligations towards the Seller or cancel the complete order or delivery. In the event of a valid complaint, the Seller’s maximum liability shall never exceed the price of the product.
12. Retention of title
All the goods delivered or to be delivered by the Seller shall remain the Seller’s property under all circumstances as long as the Client has not settled any claim brought by the Seller, such as, in any case, a claim to pay the price of the goods.
The Client has an obligation to store the goods delivered under retention of title with care as well as recognisable as property of the Seller.
So long as title has not transferred to it, the Client is not allowed to pledge to third parties, encumber otherwise or transfer in whole or in part the goods delivered under retention of title, except insofar as such transfer occurs in connection with Client’s regular operational activities.
Whenever circumstances so require, for instance when the Client is declared bankrupt or when a third party intends to seize or has seized the goods, the Client will inform such third parties (e.g. a receiver or creditors) by registered letter of the Seller’s right of ownership to the goods. The Client shall inform the Seller of any such instance by registered letter without delay.
If the Client fails to meet its payment obligations to the Seller or if the Seller has valid reason to fear that the Client will fail to meet such obligations, the Seller shall be entitled to take back the goods delivered under retention of title. The Client shall ensure that – if necessary on behalf of a third party (buyer) or custodian – at its first request, the Seller will be told where the goods are located and that at the Seller’s request the goods will be returned to the Seller at the Client’s cost and risk. Insofar as necessary, the Seller is hereby granted an irrevocable mandate to repossess the goods as well as a mandate to enter the necessary premises to that effect. After repossession, the Client will receive the market value of the goods as compensation, which will never exceed the original price agreed between the Client and the Seller and subject to deduction of any costs incurred by the Seller in connection with the repossession.
14. Applicable law and competent jurisdiction
All the agreements entered into with the Seller and any disputes associated therewith shall be governed exclusively by Belgian law under exclusion of the Vienna Convention.
Any disputes arising from the agreement or from these Standard Terms, which form an integral part thereof, shall be decided exclusively by the competent courts of the judicial district of Antwerp, section Hasselt.
Il granito BV's privacy statement
IL GRANITO BV, a company incorporated under Belgian law, with its registered office at Toekomstlaan 2, 3600 Genk, and enterprise number 0465.837.253 (‘Il Granito’), attaches great value and importance to your privacy and the secure processing of your personal data when using the website (www.ilgranito.be). We want to protect the data of our customers and visitors to our website (‘Customers/Visitors’)in the best possible way against loss, breaches, errors, unauthorised access and any other unlawful processing.
We therefore will process your personal data only in accordance with Regulation (EU) of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data (‘GDPR’) and the Belgian Act of 30 July 2018 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data.
With this Privacy Statement, Il Granito wishes to inform you as a data subject, within the meaning of the GDPR, about the processing operations and provide you with adequate information, including about your rights as a data subject.
Il Granito wishes to point out that providing certain mandatory personal data is a prerequisite for performing our services. In the absence of these personal data, we cannot offer our services or can only do so inadequately.
Where necessary, we will ask you as a data subject for your informed, free, unambiguous and specific consent to perform certain processing operations.
2. who processes the personal data?
Under this Privacy Statement, which deals with the use of the Il Granito website (www.ilgranito.be). Il Granito must be regarded as the controller. After all, Il Granito, either acting alone or in cooperation with others, determines the purpose and means of processing your personal data.
Il Granito acts as the processor of personal data for the purpose of its services. You can always reach us using these contact details:
Il Granito BV
Toekomstlaan 2, 3600 Genk (BE)
Enterprise number: 0465.837.253
We may need to provide personal data to third parties for the purpose of our services to you.
To allow you to make optimal use of the website’s functionalities, your personal data may be supplied to the providers of these functionalities. Providing personal data is strictly limited to what is necessary to offer these functionalities.
Other processors can always be communicated to you on request.
3. which personal data are processed?
When we process personal data, the general legal principles governing the processing of personal data will always be observed.
In particular, in applying the principle of minimum data processing, Il Granito will process only those data that are strictly necessary for the purposes as set out in this Privacy Statement. A list of categories of personal data that could be processed through your use can be found here:
Personal identification data
Electronic identification data
Financial identification data
4. for what purposes are your personal data processed?
Il Granito processes your personal data to correctly deliver the services you have requested or received, and to respond appropriately to your requests, where necessary.
Il Granito also processes your personal data to provide you, as a Visitor to the website, witha safe, optimal and personal user experience and to offer the website functionalities correctly and intuitively.
Processing the personal data of Customers/Visitors is primarily aimed at these specific purposes:
To be able to pursue a proper customer management policy;
To adapt the website to your specific use;
To prevent fraud and abuse;
To enable us to optimise and adapt our services to our other customers;
For marketing purposes and for after opting-in, sending newsletters;
To enable us to individualise our services according to the specific behaviour you display when you purchase our goods and/or services;
To enable us to provide a concrete, accurate and actual price offer after your request for one or more Il Granito Collection items via the Website.
The Visitor often provides us with their own personal data and can thus exercise certain control over their accuracy and minimisation. If certain data are incorrect or incomplete, we may decide to suspend certain functionalities pending their correction or completion.
5. transfer outside the european economic area?
Your personal data is stored exclusively within the European Economic Area.
6. your rights as a data subject
6.1. Ensuring compliance with the principles inherent to processing personal data
We process your personal data only:
In accordance with the purposes as determined here or in a manner compatible with this original purpose;
In a proper, lawful and transparent manner, with the processing based on these grounds, depending on the case: consent, legitimate interest, performing an agreement or a legal obligation;
In a manner proportionate to the intended purpose;
In a proper manner;
In principle, for a period of five (5) years after the last activity on the website or mobile application or for five (5) years after performing the agreement;
In the cases provided for by law, for a period equal to the statutory retention period;
In a manner providing sufficient safeguards against unauthorised access, unlawful processing and/or accidental loss or damage.
6.2. Right of access
Any Visitor who provides sufficient proof of their identity has a right to obtain confirmation about whether their personal data are being processed and, if so, to obtain access to the personal data.
You also have the right to be informed about the processing purposes, the categories of personal data being processed, the recipients of the personal data, the period during which your personal data will be stored and the criteria for determining that period, and the rights you can exercise under the GDPR.
If you wish to exercise your right of access, rectification or erasure, you will need to submit a request to the controller. The controller has one (1) month to respond to your request.Incomplete or inaccurate personal data can be rectified or erased at any time. You can exercise your right to rectification by submitting an additional statement to the controller. The controller will give effect to this additional statement within one (1) month of receiving it.
You also have the right to have your personal data erased without unreasonable delay. You may invoke this right only in these cases, which will be assessed by the controller:
If your personal data are no longer needed for the purposes for which they were collected or processed;
If you withdraw your consent and no other legal basis for the processing exists;
If you object to the processing and there are no overriding mandatory legitimate grounds for the processing;
If the personal data have been processed unlawfully;
If your data must be erased in accordance with a legal obligation.
6.3. Right to restriction of processing / Right to object
You have the right to obtain restriction of processing if one of these elements applies:
You dispute the accuracy of the personal data;
The processing appears to be unlawful, and you oppose erasing the personal data;
The controller no longer needs your personal data for the purposes of the processing, but still needs them to establish, exercise, or defend legal claims;
The controller must assess the existence of the grounds for erasing the personal data during this period.
You also have the right to object to the processing of your personal data at any time on grounds relating to your particular situation. The controller will then cease processing your personal data, unless it can demonstrate compelling legitimate grounds for processing your personal data that override your right to object.
You also have the right not to be subject to individualised and fully automated decision-making if it produces legal effects or if such decision could significantly affect you. However, you may always intervene in such decision-making yourself or request human intervention.
Lastly, you always have the right to object to the processing of personal data for direct marketing purposes.
If you wish to exercise your right to object or to restrict processing, you will need to submit a request to the controller. The controller has one (1) month to respond to your request.
6.4. Right to data portability
You have the right to obtain the personal data you have provided in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format. You also have the right to transmit these personal data to another controller if processing your personal data is based solely on your consent.
If you wish to exercise your right to data portability, you will need to submit a request to the controller. The controller has one (1) month to respond to your request.
6.5. Right to be forgotten
Whenever you have justifiably requested the rectification, erasure or restricted processing of data, the controller will notify each recipient of these personal data, unless this proves impossible or would involve a disproportionate effort. You can also always receive information on these recipients.
6.6. Right to withdraw your consent / Right to lodge a complaint
You always have the right to withdraw your consent. Withdrawing consent does not affect the lawfulness of processing based on consent before its withdrawal. You also have the right to complain about processing of your personal data to the competent supervisory authorities. If you wish to withdraw your consent or exercise your right to complain, you will need to submit a request to the controller. The controller has one (1) month to respond to your request.
6.7. Right to information and transparency
When you exercise your rights, the controller must always act in accordance with the GDPR and thus provide all information required by the GDPR in a concise, transparent, understandable and easily accessible format, which you will receive in plain language. The periods for responding to your requests may be extended in exceptional circumstances, including because of the complexity and number of your requests. The controller must notify you of this extension and the reasons for it within one (1) month of receiving your request.
7. secure processing
We recognise that personal data security is an essential part of data protection. We therefore implement appropriate technical and organisational measures to protect your personal data against unauthorised processing or unauthorised access to prevent abuse.
When you use the website, ‘cookies’ may be placed on your storage device to remember certain choices of the returning Visitor or to offer you certain functionalities. For more information, please refer to our statement on cookies, available on the website.
2. Services offered by thePlatform
The Platform can be accessed for several reasons, including consulting our contact details, find out about the products and services we offer, find out about our creations and realizations, obtain an Offer for the IL GRANITO COLLECTION items, and so on.
You do not need to register to access the Platform.
You obviously have to provide the equipment you need to use the Platform (laptop/PC and internet connection).
IL GRANITO wishes to point out that using certain configurations could result in a different experience.However, we try to keep these differences to a minimum.
3. protection of personal data
4. intellectual property
All intellectual property rights, including copyright and trademark rights, to all texts, images, films, sounds, software and other materials on this website belong either to us or to third parties exclusively. The unauthorised use of any provided information is strictly prohibited. You do not acquire any intellectual property rights to the information on the Platform.
The unauthorised use of any provided information is strictly prohibited. You do not acquire any intellectual property rights to the information on the Platform.
By using the Platform, you undertake certain things, including:
not to use the information in an unlawful or illegal manner;
not to use the information on the Platform for anything other than your internal purposes and therefore not to exploit it commercially (for example, by using photographs for your business);
not to use the Platform in such a way as to damage, distort, interrupt, stop or render the website or the Platform less efficient;
not to use the Platform for the purpose of introducing computer viruses or for transmitting or posting illegal or unlawful material or material that is in anyway inappropriate (including, but not limited to, defamatory, obscene or threatening material);
not to use the Platform in a way that infringes on the rights of any natural person, legal entity or association, including, but not limited to, privacy and intellectual property rights.
5. third-party links
The Platform might contain references to other websites, which are not our property. IL GRANITO therefore is not responsible for these other websites, including the information on them and the protection of privacy and personal data.
6. nature of our services
Although we try to keep the provided information as up to date as possible, we cannot warrant that the information is always correct, complete and accurate. If the information displayed is no longer correct, complete or accurate, we cannot beheld liable in any way for this purpose. The same applies to information from third parties. The information is provided ‘as is’ with no further warranty as to its correctness or usefulness.
Although we implement the necessary measures to limit any inconveniences caused by technical errors, we are not liable for failures, interruptions or errors in the electronic delivery of our services.We also implement all reasonable measures to protect IL GRANITO against computer viruses and other malware. Considering the nature of these dangers, you acknowledge that we cannot offer absolute protection.
7. limitation of liability
Insofar as permitted by the applicable legislation, we are not liable for damage of any kind, whether direct or indirect, in connection with using the Platform, unless we commit fraud or make a deliberate error. This also applies, for example, to damage that might have been caused by interruptions of the Platform, technical errors, viruses or other malfunctions.
9. applicable law and competent court
Belgian law governs the use of the Platform. Any dispute arising from the use of thePlatform comes under the jurisdiction of the courts competent for the area in which we have our registered office.