Terms and Conditions of Use
Formalis takes the utmost care with the texts and data published on its website, collecting information from the best informed and most reliable sources.
However, given the complexity and abundance of economic provisions applicable to companies, it cannot guarantee that these texts and data are always perfectly up to date, complete and correct.
Therefore, it may correct or complete the texts and data published on its website as soon as it becomes aware of information indicating that said texts and data are incorrect or incomplete.
Consequently, all the details provided on this website are for information purposes only and Formalis may not be held liable for their use, for any purpose whatsoever.
To correctly apply the rules of law to a specific case, it is strongly advised that users refer to a specialist to ensure the sound management of their company.
Formalis may not be held liable for any damage or any other inconvenience resulting from logging in to or using this site.
When you fill in a form, Formalis adds your details to a file so as to respond to your request. Pursuant to the Act of 8 December 1992 on the protection of privacy with regard to the processing of personal data, you may ask for your data to be sent to you and make any corrections. Formalis may disclose this information to third parties with which it has a contract.
The information provided on this website, as well as all components of the site, including its design, are protected by copyright.
Neither the figures or the text may be adapted, translated, reproduced and/or disseminated in whole or in part, free of charge or for a fee, in any form whatsoever, without the prior written consent of Formalis.
However, Formalis agrees that users may refer to this information for their own use provided that they do not use it for commercial purposes.
Formalis name and logo
The Formalis name and logo used on this website are the property of Formalis and may not be used without its prior written consent.
Applicable law and territorial jurisdiction
These Terms and Conditions of Use are governed by Belgian law.
Any dispute arising from or related to the use of this site shall be subject to the jurisdiction of the courts of Brussels (Belgium).
By consulting the information on this site, users agree to these Terms and Conditions of Use.
Pursuant to the Act of 8 December 1992 on the protection of privacy with regard to the processing of personal data, you are entitled to consult and rectify these data after proving your identity and paying the legal contribution (€2.48).
Please pass on your request and contact details to our privacy and medical data protection service and we will advise you on the procedure you need to follow.