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May we ask you to take a moment to read these conditions carefully. These general terms and conditions apply to all services that are made available online, via any mobile device, by e-mail or by telephone. By going to our (mobile) website, viewing the pages and making use of them, you acknowledge and agree that you have read, understood and agreed to the following terms and conditions (including the privacy statement).
If you use certain additional services of this Site, we will inform you of the additional terms and conditions, which will also be in accordance with the Terms and Conditions.
Nayan may from time to time amend the terms and conditions by posting such change at the Site. Use after such change has been posted shall constitute acceptance of such changed terms.
The terms used in these General Terms and Conditions were defined, if necessary, in Article 16 of the General Terms and Conditions.
NAYAN NV is the owner of this website. NAYAN NVis a public limited company with registered office at 8800 Roeselare, Bruanestraat 8 and operating office at 8850 Ardooie, Pittemsestraat 58D, Belgium and registered in the RPR in Kortrijk under the number BE0806661106. Nayan is a commercial brand of NAYAN NV You can contact Nayan via:
Nayan shall not be liable for the use of the Site, including, without limitation, the content and any errors contained therein.
Use of the Site : Nayan is not responsible for any discontinued availability or access to the Site, malfunctions depending on the computer system, viruses or other inconveniences that may arise from the use of this Site (including but not limited to ‘loss of profit').
The reference to another website through our site is for informational purposes
only. Only with the explicit permission of Nayan may information on the Site be used
elsewhere. It is forbidden to modify, copy, reproduce, download, disseminate,
transfer or commercialize and/or distribute the services, Site pages, or the
information codes related to the Site.
Information and suggestions communicated to us through the Site may be used free of charge and without any compensation by Nayan.
Nayan has developed this site for your personal and non-commercial purposes. All
rights, and in particular all Intellectual Property Rights, associated with this
Site are governed by and are the exclusive property of Nayan. Based on these rights,
it is forbidden to modify, copy, disseminate, transmit, reproduce, publish
information or material contained on the Site or create derivative works. All of
this, except for the following:
You may download content and make one copy for purely personal, non-commercial use, provided that you maintain in its original state the content of the material on which the Intellectual Property Rights apply. Copying or storing any content outside of personal, non-commercial use is not allowed.
The technology is provided and managed by Nayan.
Nayan acknowledges the importance of privacy.
The User has the right of access and improvement for all data and is entitled to object free of charge the processing for direct marketing purposes. For more information, the User is invited to refer to the public register maintained by the Commission for the Protection of the Personal Life in Brussels.
Within the scope of these terms and conditions, the terms listed hereafter shall be deemed to have the following meaning, unless explicitly mentioned otherwise:
Disputes concerning the conclusion, validity, interpretation or performance of the
contract or of the current General Terms and Conditions are governed by Belgian law
and under the jurisdiction of the Brussels Courts without prejudice to the right of
the consumer to bring a dispute before the judge who is empowered by mandatory
legislation. All parties accept the electronic evidence within the framework of
their relationships (for example: email, backups, ...).
If any of the above conditions should be annulled, all other conditions will remain valid to the fullest extent permitted by the law.
In compliance with art. 14.1 of Regulation (EU) No 524/2013, you can appeal to the European Commission's alternative online dispute settlement. The Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) platform offers a single point of entry that allows EU consumers and traders to settle their disputes for both domestic and cross-border online purchases.
This agreement supersedes any prior agreement with the User.
For any questions, comments or technical issues regarding this Site you may contact us through the following information:
These Terms and Conditions were last updated on May 11th, 2020.