Disclaimer Coastal Division
The use of the website www.afdelingkust.be is free of charge but contains the acceptance (without reservation) by the user of the website ('User') of the following general terms and conditions.
Objective of the website
All information on this website is intended for informational and non-commercial purposes and of a general nature. Its use is at your own risk. The information is not adapted to personal or specific circumstances and the user may not use this information as a personal, professional or legal advice.
The information and documents made available on or via the website may not be considered authentic copies of the officially adopted text. Only the official texts published in the Belgian Official Gazette, are authentic and have priority.
Use of the website
The Coastal Division gives a lot of care and attention to its website and strives to ensure that all information is as complete, correct, understandable, precise and as up to date as possible. The information on the website is of a general nature.
Despite all the continuing efforts the Coastal Division cannot guarantee that the information provided is complete, correct, accurate or up to date. If the information provided on or via this website shows shortcomings, everything will be done as soon as possible to correct this. The Coastal Division declines any responsibility for the choices that the user makes and the associated consequences on the basis of information found on this website.
The content of the website (including hyperlinks) may always be adapted, changed, added or removed without notice or announcement. If the user notices errors, he can contact The Coastal Division via http://www.afdelingkust.be/nl/contact or email@example.com. The Coastal Division is dedicated to avoid interruptions of a technical nature as much as possible. The Coastal Division cannot guarantee that its website will be completely free from interruption and not by affected by other technical problems. The Coastal Division cannot be held liable for direct or indirect damages resulting from the use of this website or of the information made available on or through the site, including, without limitation, all losses, work interruptions, damage of programs or other data on the computer system or equipment or programs.
The content of our e-mails and their attached files are confidential and intended solely for the use of the consignee.
If you mistakenly receive e-mails, please destroy these and their attachments. Copy, distribution or other use, in whatever form of the contents and the attached files is strictly prohibited. The contents of the e-mails and the attached files originate from the author and do not necessarily involve the Coastal Division unless this is confirmed by means of a valid document signed by the Coastal Division.
The Flemish Government confirms that the e-mails and their attached files are checked for computer viruses what does not guarantee that they are completely free of computer viruses.
Hyperlinks and references
On or through our website you will be referred with (hyper)links to other websites of authorities, bodies or organisations, and you will be directed to sources of information that are managed by third parties. The Coastal Division then has no possibility to check the content or the used technics and therefore cannot offer any guarantee as to the completeness or accuracy of the content, nor the availability of these websites and sources of information.
The hyperlinks to other sites that our website contains don’t imply endorsement of the external websites or of the contents thereof. The links are offered for your information and convenience. The Coastal Division therefore accepts no responsibility for direct or indirect damages that result from the consultation or the use of such external websites and their content.
In function of the content of the site one or more of the following services can be 'embedded' on one or more pages of this website:
Intellectual property rights
You have the right to consult the information on this site, download and reproduce it for personal use, provided you mention the source, in accordance with the provisions of the law of 30 June 1994 on copyright and related rights, as amended. This allowance shall not apply, however, to the texts for which there is explicit restrictions on use.
For the reproduction or use of multimedia information (sound, images, software, etc.) prior authorisation is always required. About the reproduction of the information, you can contact the Coastal Division via http://www.afdelingkust.be/nl/contact or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Coastal Division retains itself all intellectual property rights in the website and on the information provided. If you ignore the intellectual property rights or other rights of the Coastal Division or third parties or fail to comply with the conditions set out above, you undertake to compensate the Coastal Division or third parties and indemnify it against any claims or prosecutions that that will be filed as a result of a violation.
All comments or material that you have sent unsolicited and on your own initiative to the Coastal Division, including the data or reactions regarding the content of this site, will be considered to be non-confidential. The Coastal Division disclaims any obligation on the action that should be given on those general comments. The Coastal Division may, at its sole discretion, use that feedback and data, subject to limitations laid down in the regulations regarding European, federal or regional legislation on the protection of personal data.
You agree that the Coastal Division can use the ideas, concepts, know-how and techniques contained in your comments, for any purpose, including, among other things, the development and the design of new services.
This online agreement and all disputes and claims resulting from the use of this site or any data on it, are subjected to the Belgian law. Consultation of this website implies that you submit to the jurisdiction of the courts in Belgium and that you accept to file all cases only in that court.
The last change has taken place 10/07/2018.