The use of the website is tied to compliance with the general terms and conditions set out below. By browsing the BLACKREIT website, you declare that you have read these general terms and conditions and accept them without reservation.
BLACKREIT pays a great deal of attention to the development and updating of this website. BLACKREIT cannot, however, guarantee, that the information on the website is correct. Inaccuracies and omissions cannot, therefore, be entirely ruled out. The visitor must always bear this in mind, along with the possibility that the content of the website has not been updated.
The content of BLACKREIT’s website is provided for information purposes only. All presented information is so without obligation. The information provided does not constitute recommendation or advice. Descriptions are purely informative and not contractually binding. Likewise all images on BLACKREIT’s website are provided solely for information purposes and are not contractually binding.
The user knows that the information may be modified without prior notification and is always provided in the form of raw, non-individualised data. These data may therefore only be used for general information purposes.
If links are provided to other websites, BLACKREIT cannot under any circumstances be held liable for the content or the existence of these websites.
BLACKREIT declines any responsibility as regards the content of the website and the use made of it.
Using the website does not grant the user any intellectual property rights in respect of the content of the website. This remains exclusively BLACKREIT’s property.
The information that can be consulted on the website, the graphic design, the texts, drawings, photos, data, logos, brands and other elements displayed on the website are reserved and protected by trademark law and/or copyright and/or other valid regulations which may be applicable in the field of intellectual property.
Copying, adapting, translating, processing, publicly disclosing, circulating or modifying the entire website or part thereof, or similar elements, in whatever form and in whatever way, is strictly prohibited, except with the prior, written consent of BLACKREIT.
By way of an exception, and in accordance with the provisions of the law of 30 June 1994 on copyright and relating rights, you have the right to download the information on this website and to copy it for strictly personal use.
Unlawful use of the entire website or part thereof may give rise to legal proceedings in accordance with pertaining laws. BLACKREIT guarantees that your personal data will not be collected, stored or manipulated without your knowledge when downloading a page from its website.
However, if such data come to our knowledge through a voluntary contact from you, BLACKREIT undertakes to treat them as strictly confidential, not to sell them or make them available in another way to third parties and even not to reveal the existence thereof in its registers.
The data will only be used to keep you informed of the new elements and the offers on our website if you have given your express consent to this.
You have the right, simply upon request, to have personal details deleted from our registers or to have them modified. The requested processing will be confirmed within five days of the request.
Cookies are used on the BLACKREIT website. These are small text files that are prepared by a software program on the server of this website, but stored on (the hard disk of) your computer. Cookies are at least partially technically necessary for smooth communication between your computer and the website. Cookies can, however, also be useful (e.g. to store preferred settings) and certain data may be sent through to this website to assess and improve its working. If you accept the cookie – through your browser settings – BLACKREIT assumes that if you continue browsing you consent to the resultant data processing.
BLACKREIT’s website also uses Google Analytics, a web-analysis service offered by Google Inc. (‘Google’). Google Analytics uses ‘cookies’, text files that are stored on computers and that make it possible to analyse your use of the website.
The data generated by this cookie on your use of this website are usually transferred to a Google server in the USA. They can be stored there. So-called IP anonymisation is activated so that your IP address in the European Union and other members of the European Economic Area is first abbreviated by Google. Only in exceptional cases is the full IP address sent to a Google server in the USA and abbreviated there.
On our behalf, Google uses these data to assess your use of the website, draw up reports on the website activity and offer us services related to the use of the website and internet-related services.