This website is managed by WIELS, a nonprofit organization, with registered offices at Avenue Van Volxemlaan 354, 1190 Brussels, entered in Brussels Register of Legal Entities under company number 0478 422 608
These terms and conditions apply to www.wiels.org (the ‘website’). By accessing and using the website, you undertake to accept and abide by these terms and conditions.
2. Access to and use of the website
Each time you access and use the website, you undertake not to use the website illegally, for example for the transmission or posting of viruses or illegal or unlawful or inappropriate material, and also not to use the website or parts thereof in a way that infringes rights, including, but not limited to, the rights of WIELS and of third parties in the area of intellectual property.
3. Intellectual property rights
All software, databases, texts, photos, films, images, data, names, trade names, domain names, brands, designs, models, logos and other information on the website (‘Information’) are protected by intellectual rights belonging to WIELS or third parties. The Information may not be reproduced (except for temporary reproduction of a transitory or incidental nature with a view to lawful use with no independent economic value), amended, published, distributed or sent out, sold, made available or otherwise transferred, nor may any rights to the Information be granted to third parties, without the prior written consent of WIELS.
4. User liability
If any right of WIELS or third parties (including the partners of the WIELS, the authors and beneficiaries of Information displayed on the website) is infringed through the use of this website or parts thereof, you shall compensate the Centre for Fine Arts and all third parties and indemnify them in respect of any claim, loss or liability of any kind, including consequential loss, that may arise.
5. Information on the website and via messaging
Information offered via the website or via messaging may be incorrect or incomplete. WIELS does its best to operate as accurately as possible, but is not responsible for the correctness, reliability, timeliness, accuracy or other property of the information. The information is provided without any form of guarantee. WIELS is not liable for viruses or other information that could cause damage to the user or third parties and dismisses any liability for damage this may cause.
6. Links to other websites
The website may contain links to websites or web pages of third parties or refer to these in some other way. WIELS has no say over the content of these websites or web pages and is not liable for the content or features thereof. The placing of links by the Centre for Fine Arts in no way implies approval of the content thereof.
8. Purchase-sale & Ticketing
See our terms and conditions of sale.
9. Applicable law and jurisdiction
The website is governed by Belgian law, with the exception of contrary provisions of mandatory law. In the event of a dispute, the courts of the district of Brussels shall have sole jurisdiction.
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