The following terms of use apply to the use of this website (barsatie-enterprise.com). By using this website, you are deemed to have read and accepted the terms of use.

Article 1 – Use of information

Barsatie Enterprise strives to always provide correct and up-to-date information on this website. Although this information has been compiled with the greatest possible care, Barsatie Enterprise does not guarantee the completeness, correctness or topicality of the information. The legal information on the website is of a general nature and cannot be considered a substitute for legal advice.

No rights can be derived from the information. Barsatie Enterprise accepts no liability for damage resulting from the use of the information or the website, nor for the malfunctioning of the website. A relationship between Barsatie Enterprise and the user of the website cannot automatically arise on the basis of sending and receiving information via the website or via e-mail.

Article 2 – E-mail

Barsatie Enterprise does not guarantee that e-mails sent to Barsatie Enterprise will be received or processed (in time), because timely receipt of e-mails cannot be guaranteed. The security of e-mail traffic can also not be fully guaranteed due to the associated security risks. By corresponding with Barsatie Enterprise by e-mail without encryption or password protection, you accept this risk.

Article 3 – Hyperlinks

This website may contain hyperlinks to third party websites. Barsatie Enterprise has no influence on third party websites and is not responsible for their availability or content. Barsatie Enterprise therefore accepts no liability for damage resulting from the use of third-party websites.

Article 4 – Intellectual property rights

All publications and expressions of Barsatie Enterprise are protected by copyright and other intellectual property rights. Except for personal and non-commercial use, nothing from these publications and expressions may be reproduced, copied or otherwise made public in any way without Barsatie Enterprise’s prior written consent.