The website www.nectar-co.com, hereinafter referred to as “the website” belongs to the company Nectar and Co scrl, whose registered offices are at
Rue du Vicinal, 36 à 5380 Fernelmont
Tel.: +32/81 601 142
Company number: BE 0867.410.523
Webmaster: Xavier RENNOTTE
Site created by: WEB-Xperience - www.web-xperience.be - email@example.com
The graphics (logos, pictograms, buttons etc.) and source code used on the web pages are the intellectual property of WEB-Xperience. It is strictly prohibited to reproduce these elements in any way whatsoever.
The Webmaster does not accept any responsibility for any damage arising from the use of information on this website. As a result, the user has sole responsibility for the use they make of this information.
1. Content and hyperlinks
The Webmaster takes great care when creating a website. However, they cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information published. The user is also aware that this information may be changed without notice. The Webmaster therefore does not accept any responsibility for the content of the site or the way that anybody uses it.
The Webmaster does not accept any responsibility for the content of the sites linked to this website via hyperlinks. The risks associated with using these websites are the user’s sole responsibility. The user must comply with their terms and conditions.
As well as this, the Webmaster cannot be held responsible for mistakes in site addresses or domain names appearing on the website.
Despite the efforts made to minimise any interruption caused by technical problems, the Webmaster and WEB-Xperience do not accept any responsibility for service interruptions or other technical issues.
Would you like to create a hyperlink from your site to this website? Please get in touch with the owner of the website by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. You will receive a reply as quickly as possible.
2. Intellectual property rights
The text, layout, illustrations and other elements that make up the site are protected by copyright and databases are protected by specific rights. All of these elements belong to the Webmaster or, if applicable, a third party who has given the Webmaster the necessary authorisation.
In accordance with the provisions of the law of 30 June 1994 regarding copyright and related rights, the user has the right to download and reproduce the information appearing on this website for their personal use and as long as they mention the source. However, they must not be used for commercial or advertising purposes.
3. Protection of personal information
In principle, access to the information available on or via the website is available without the need to provide personal information such as names, postal addresses, email addresses etc.
In exceptional circumstances, in order to benefit from additional services (request for information, booking, member area, subscription to a newsletter etc.) it is possible that the user will be asked for personal information, mainly contact details. In this case, the user is warned in advance and the information is handled in accordance with the provisions of the law of 8 December 1992 regarding the handling of personal information. In practical terms, this means that:
Your personal details can only be collected and processed in accordance with the purpose indicated when they are requested.
You will have the right to view your personal details to make sure they are accurate and correct any errors in them. To this effect, you will be able to contact the person responsible for processing your information whose contact details are given above.
If you send us your email address (Newsletter), you agree to receive emails from us to send you information about upcoming products, promotions or events. If you would prefer not to receive emails, please contact us at the address given above.
The owner of the site gives users the option to subscribe to newsletters. You can unsubscribe at any time, via the newsletter itself. The website does not have any type or partnership or special relationship with online advertising agencies.
In accordance with the law of 8 December 1992 regarding data protection, Internet users have the right to view and correct information about them if necessary.
4. Use of browsing information for statistical purposes
When you access the site, the servers that are consulted automatically collect the following information:
the IP address assigned to you when you go online;
the date and time you access the site;
the pages viewed;
the type of browser used;
the platform and/or operating system installed on the PC;
the search engine and keywords used to find the site.
This information is only kept to measure the number of visitors on different parts of the site and to make improvements to it.
A 'cookie' is a small piece of information saved by a website within your computer’s web browser. This 'cookie' can be recovered at a later visit to the same site. The 'cookie' cannot be read by a website other than the one that created it. The site uses 'cookies' for administrative purposes so that, for example, you can avoid entering the same information every time you visit our site.
Most 'cookies' only work during a session or visit. They do not contain information that would allow you to be contacted by telephone, email or post. You can also configure your browser to inform you every time a ‘cookie’ is created or to disable them.