CFE BPC Wallonie

Use of the website www.bpc.be (the “Website”) is subject to the terms of use set out below. Use of the Website implies acceptance of these conditions. These conditions may be modified: the applicable conditions are those in force at the time of any connection. The Website belongs to BATIMENTS ET PONTS S.A., having its registered office at 1170 Brussels, Chaussée de la Hulpe 116, and bearing the company number 0433 943 950 (hereafter the “Company”).

 

Use of the website

We take great care with our Website. Despite these efforts, we cannot guarantee that the information published on our Website is completely accurate, precise and up-to-date. This data can therefore only be used for general information purposes. We also disclaim any liability for (in)direct damage resulting from the use of the Website or the information made available through the Website. The Website may contain third-party files, hyperlinks or other references to third-party websites. The Company is in no way responsible for these. Furthermore, we reserve the right to adapt, modify or supplement the content of the Website at any time.

 

Intellectual property

The use of the Website does not grant the user any intellectual property rights. The content of the Website and the information made available are the exclusive intellectual property of the Company. The information that can be consulted on the Website, the design, texts, drawings, photographs, data, logos, trademarks and other elements that are published are protected by trademark law and/or copyright and/or other applicable regulations, and may not be reproduced in any form or by any means. Any infringement will be prosecuted.

 

Protection of personal data

The Company takes its privacy and data protection obligations seriously. For more information, you can read our data protection policy and our data breach policy here.

 

Cookies

The Website may use cookies, which store information to simplify the use of the Website. You can manage and/or deactivate the use of cookies in your browser. In the latter case, however, your visit may be less smooth. Acceptance of cookies through your browser may also be necessary to access parts of the Website that require user identification.

 

Belgian law

Your access to, visit to, or use of the Website and these Terms of Use are governed by Belgian law. In the event of a dispute, only the courts of the Company’s registered office shall have jurisdiction.