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The publisher of the website (the “Website”) is the law firm MOLITOR Avocats à la Cour (“MOLITOR”), established in Luxembourg-City (Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg), 8, rue Sainte-Zithe, and registered for VAT purposes under VAT registration number LU18968223.
MOLITOR’s partners are attorneys at law registered with the Luxembourg Bar and subject to the professional rules laid down by the law of 10 August 1991 on the legal profession, as amended, and the Internal Regulation of the Luxembourg Bar dated 12 September 2007,as amended. These texts are available on the website.
MOLITOR can be reached via email, phone or facsimile as indicated under the section “Contact” of the Website.
The present general conditions (the “Website General Conditions”) govern the use of the Website. By accessing the Website, any person so doing (the “Visitor”) agrees to be bound automatically by the Website General Conditions.
MOLITOR reserves the right to make any change to the Website General Conditions at any time without advance notice and without the Visitor’s consent. The Website General Conditions are intended to complete, but not replace, MOLITOR’s General Terms & Conditions which apply to the relations between MOLITOR and its clients.
3.1. The information published on the Website is provided for general information purposes only and should not be relied upon on as legal advice. The transmission and receipt of information via the Website is not intended to create a lawyer-client relationship between MOLITOR and the Visitor and does not constitute an offer or a solicitation to represent the Visitor. No rights whatsoever can be derived from the use of the Website.
3.2. MOLITOR makes no warranties regarding the information contained on the Website.
MOLITOR is not responsible for any inaccuracies or omissions in the content of the Website.
Publications on the Website are current as of their date of publication and so do not necessarily comply with the latest legal or case law developments.
4.1. Access and use of the Website are at the Visitor’s own risk. MOLITOR bears no liability in this regard.
4.2. Website.In particular, Visitors expressly accept the risks relating to the communication of information through the Website. In particular, Visitors acknowledge that e-mail transmission through the Website cannot be guaranteed to be secure or error free, as information could be intercepted, corrupted, lost, destroyed, arrive incomplete or contain viruses. MOLITOR therefore accepts no liability for any errors or omissions in the content of such communication.
4.3. MOLITOR is not responsible for damage to any Visitor’s computer equipment resulting from the access and use of the Website or from the performance of the Website.
5.1. MOLITOR owns all the rights pertaining to:
• the trade names, domain names, logos, pictures and texts
appearing on the Website;
• the overall design of the Website;
• the selection, arrangement and presentation of all contents on the Website.
Access to and use of the Website shall be considered neither as an assignment nor as a license of these intellectual property rights.
5.2. Visitors are allowed to view, copy and print the content of the Website only for informational and non-commercial purposes, provided that no modification of any kind is made to its content and that MOLITOR is duly mentioned as the copyright owner. Other use of the content of the Website is prohibited without MOLITOR’s prior written agreement.
6.1. MOLITOR does not collect personal data from Visitors other than that voluntarily provided by the Visitors, for example to subscribe to the automatic transmission system of newsletters and other publications or to enter into a contact with MOLITOR, and the data mentioned in article 6.3. below. MOLITOR guarantees the confidentiality of this information. MOLITOR complies with the Luxembourg law of 2 August 2002 on the protection of persons with regard to the processing of personal data, and the Luxembourg law of 30 May 2005 on the protection of persons with regard to the processing of personal data in the field of electronic means of communication, as amended. Visitors have a right to access their personal data and may ask for a correction where such data are inaccurate or incomplete. MOLITOR uses Visitors’ personal data for providing the services required by Visitors. Visitors may also receive notifications about events or information likely to interest them. Visitors can at any time inform MOLITOR that they no longer wish to receive such information. Visitors also have a right to request, at any time, to be removed from MOLITOR’s automatic newsletter and publication transmission system.
6.2. MOLITOR undertakes not to transfer a Visitor’s data to any third parties, except if required by law or authorised by the Visitor.
7.1. Hypertext links to third-party websites or resources do not imply any recommendation, approval, or endorsement of that website or resource by MOLITOR. MOLITOR is not responsible for the content of these third-party websites or resources.
7.2. No hypertext links to the Website shall be created without MOLITOR’s prior written agreement.
The Website General Conditions are governed by Luxembourg law only and exclusive competence is given to the courts of Luxembourg-City.