Terms and Conditions
These terms and conditions for use govern all use of brabantia.com (‘the Website’), being a website of Brabantia Branding B.V. (‘Brabantia’). One part of the Website is the Brabantia Webshop (‘the Webshop’) of Brabantia S&L Belgium N.V. Brabantia is not responsible for this Webshop.
The Website does not contain any offer or advice from Brabantia implying any contractual obligation.
The products shown in the catalogue may not be available in every country.
Brabantia is entitled to change or remove any part of the Website and to sever any link between its Website and other websites.
Brabantia excludes any liability for failure of the Website to function properly or at all (e.g. as a result of restrictions or breakdowns). Brabantia shall endeavour to resolve any such breakdowns or restrictions as quickly as possible and to limit any inconvenience to users of the Website to a minimum.
Brabantia is not liable for the (loss resulting from) the following:
- use of the Website, failure to deliver electronic messages on time or at all, the interception or manipulation of electronic messages by, for example, third parties, viruses or other harmful software, or - information from third parties on the Website.
No visitor to the Website may initiate or continue with any processes that he/she ought reasonably to suspect will, or might, inconvenience other users of the Website.
Website visitors are required to indemnify Brabantia for any third-party claims resulting from the use of the Website by the visitor.
Links to other Websites
The Website may contain links to the internet pages of third parties, and vice versa. Brabantia is not liable for the use or content of these internet pages, or any processing or storing of personal data via these internet pages.
Intellectual Property Rights
All intellectual property rights, such as copyright, pertaining to the Website (including the text and images on the Website) belong to Brabantia unless specifically stated otherwise. Visitors are free to consult the Website and the information provided thereon and to make copies thereof for their own personal, non-commercial use by, for example, printing out or downloading the pages. The copying or reproduction of (any part of) the Website on any third-party internet page or the creation of links, hyperlinks or deep links between the Website and a third-party internet page is not permitted without the prior written consent of Brabantia.
Cookies are small text files sent by the Website’s internet server to the visitor’s internet browser, whereupon the visitor’s internet browser places the text file on the hard drive of the visitor’s computer.
When the Website is visited, Brabantia may store the following data:
- the IP address of the visitor by using cookies;
- all information supplied by the visitor to Brabantia (e.g. name and address).
The following additional data (not related to an IP address) can be stored by Brabantia in its webstats:
- the domain name of third parties’ internet pages visited by the visitor in order to reach the Website;
- information relating to sub-pages of the Website visited by the visitor.
Information stored by Brabantia shall not be supplied to any third party organisation not affiliated to Brabantia. Brabantia has not entered into any partnership or special relationship with any third party on the internet.
If Brabantia supplies or receives data on the Website, it always uses the coding technology recognised as current standards within the IT sector.
Brabantia has also adopted the necessary security measures to prevent the loss, unlawful use or alteration of data received via the Website.
A visitor who supplies his/her postal or email address to Brabantia via the Website may receive via such address, in addition to the information requested, periodic mail shots informing them about the products and services of Brabantia where the visitor has checked the box regarding this option. If a visitor does not wish to receive such mail shots, or wishes to stop receiving such mail shots, he/she should notify Brabantia accordingly.
A visitor who supplies his/her telephone number to Brabantia via the Website will only be telephoned by Brabantia if this is necessary for resolving a complaint made by the visitor.
Visitors to the Website will be given access on request to data about them stored by Brabantia. Such a request for this data (e.g. to correct any inaccurate data) can be made via the address given by Brabantia.
In the event that any part of these terms and conditions proves to be invalid, then the remaining part shall remain fully binding. The invalid part shall be replaced by provisions that are valid and that produce legal consequences that, in terms of content and scope, are as close as possible to the invalid part.
The use of the Website is governed by Dutch law. Any dispute arising from the use of the Website pertaining to these terms and conditions shall be brought before the competent court for the court district of 's-Hertogenbosch.