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By accessing and using the website, you expressly agree to the following terms and conditions.
Intellectual property rights
The contents of this site, including trademarks, logos, drawings, data, product or company names, texts, images, etc. are protected by intellectual rights and belong to Aloe Vera Products bvba or entitled third parties.
Limitation of liability
The information on the website is of a general nature. The information is not tailored to personal or specific circumstances, and thus cannot be considered personal, professional or legal advice to the user.
Aloe Vera Products bvba makes great efforts so that the information made available is complete, correct, accurate and updated. Despite these efforts, inaccuracies may occur in the information made available. If the information provided should contain inaccuracies or if certain information on or through the site should be unavailable, the greatest possible effort will be made to rectify this as soon as possible.
However, Aloe Vera Products bvba cannot be held liable for direct or indirect damage resulting from the use of the information on this site. If you should find inaccuracies in the information made available through the site, please contact the site administrator.
Site content (including links) may be updated, modified or supplemented at any time without notice or notification. Aloe Vera Products bvba gives no guarantees for the proper functioning of the website and can in no way be held liable for any malfunctioning or temporary (un)availability of the website or for any form of damage, direct or indirect, which would result from access to or use of the website.
Under no circumstances can Aloe Vera Products bvba be held liable to anyone, directly or indirectly, specifically or otherwise, for damages due to the use of this site or any other, particularly as a result of links or hyperlinks, including, without limitation, all losses, work interruptions, damage to programs or other data on the computer system, equipment, software or other of the user.
The website may contain hyperlinks to third-party websites or pages, or refer to them indirectly. The posting of links to these websites or pages in no way implies an implicit approval of their content.
Aloe Vera Products bvba expressly declares that it has no control over the content or other characteristics of these websites and can in no case be held liable for their content or characteristics or for any other form of damage caused by their use.
Applicable law and competent courts
Belgian law applies to this site. In case of a dispute, only the courts of the district of Hasselt have jurisdiction.
Aloe Vera Products bvba values your privacy. Although most of the information on this site is available without the need to provide personal information, it is possible that the user may be asked for personal information. This information will only be used in the context of registration and a newsletter. The user can always oppose, free of charge and upon request, the use of his data for direct marketing. To this end, he will address himself to Aloe Vera Products bvba. Your personal data will never be passed on to third parties.
In accordance with the Personal Data Processing Act of 08/12/1992, the user has a legal right to access and possibly correct his personal data. If you have proof of identity (copy identity card), you can obtain the written communication of your personal data free of charge via a written, dated and signed request to Aloe Vera Products bvba, address, email address. If necessary, you can also ask to correct the data that would be incorrect, incomplete or not pertinent.
Aloe Vera Products bvba may collect anonymous or aggregated data of a non-personal nature, such as browser type or IP address, the operating system you use or the domain name of the website through which you arrived at the Aloe Vera Products bvba website, or through which you leave it. This allows us to permanently optimize the Aloe Vera Products bvba website for users.
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