The terms and conditions of use of the https://BRANDION.EU (hereinafter referred to as “Terms and Conditions”) site determine the conditions under which any person may visit or access the https://BRANDION.EU website “BRANDION”), or may in any way use the BRANDION.EU service offered through the Site (hereafter referred to as the “BRANDION.EU Service”) and has the value of an agreement concluded between SC CRIS DIGITAL BRANDING SRL (hereinafter referred to as “BRANDION”) as the owner and administrator of the Website and the BRANDION.EU Service Provider, and any person visiting or accessing the Site who wishes to use in any way or actually use the BRANDION.EU Service (hereinafter referred to as the “User”). Non-acceptance of these Terms and Conditions, or any provision thereof, entails the obligation of that person to cease immediately accessing the Site and accessing or further visiting the Site, any of its pages and / or the use of the BRANDION.EU Service, and any component thereof constitutes a wholly unconditional acceptance of the Terms and Conditions and any provision therein.
Materials and information accessible through the Site
The content and graphics of the Site, including but not limited to all text content, as well as the technical sources of all present and future services and facilities, unless expressly stated by another owner, the sources pages and any other material transmitted in any form to and to Users (through direct view on the site, through newsletters, etc.) belong to BRANDION.EU and its partners and represent the content of the Site.
The content of the Site, irrespective of where it is on the Site and the Site, may be used solely for personal purposes. Any use of content by third parties for purposes other than personal use may be done only with the express, prior written consent of BRANDION. It is forbidden to copy, retrieve, reproduce, publish, transmit, sell, partially, completely or partially distribute the content of this site or any part thereof made for purposes other than personal use, with the following exceptions:
- it is allowed to reproduce (on noncommercial sites, forums, press articles, etc.) small fragments of published articles (max. 2 paragraphs). Specification of the source of information taken is mandatory, in the following form: (Source: BRANDION – https://BRANDION.EU)
- links to the Site are allowed, and the specification of the source of information will be made after each link or at the end of the article as follows: “Information courtesy of BRANDION”.
BRANDION reserves the right to bring to court any person and / or entity that violates the above provisions in any way.
Requests for the use of the content of the site for any purpose other than personal use may be made at: Bdul. Constantin Brancusi street no. 91, Cluj-Napoca jud Cluj with the specification “In the attention of BRANDION, or by e-mail at office@BRANDION.EU.
Any person who delivers in any way information or material to the site assumes the obligation not to prejudice in any way the copyright that a third party may invoke in relation to the materials and information transmitted in any way to the site, persons who ship in any way information or materials understand and accept that the violation in any way of this obligation can not in any way engage the responsibility of BRANDION, but only the liability of those persons.
Limitation of liability
BRANDION does not assume the obligation and does not warrant implicitly or expressly for the content on the Site for the content provided by its partners or the Users of the Site. BRANDION will make every reasonable effort to ensure accuracy and trust in the Site and will attempt to correct errors and omissions as quickly as possible.
However, BRANDION is not responsible for inaccuracies, errors or omissions in the information provided by Users. Exclusively, Site Users agree to indemnify BRANDION for any judicial or extrajudicial action arising out of the use of the Site incorrectly or fraudulently.
For the case of force majeure, BRANDION and / or its operators, directors, employees, subsidiaries, subsidiaries and representatives, is totally exonerated from liability. Force majeure cases include, but are not limited to, malfunctions of BRANDION’s technical equipment, lack of Internet connectivity, lack of phone connections, computer viruses, unauthorized access to Site systems, operating errors, strike, and so on
Users agree to protect and secure BRANDION and / or its operators, directors, employees, subsidiaries, subsidiaries and representatives against and against any claims, claims, actions, charges, losses, damages, costs (including, without limitation, lawyers’ fees), expenses, judgments, decisions, fines, regularisations or other obligations resulting or related to any other action of the User in connection with the use of the BRANDION.EU service or any other aspect related to the BRANDION.EU Service.
Information note on the processing of personal data
By using the services provided by the site you expressly consent to BRANDION.EU to process, store and transmit personal data provided by you. More details here.
Changing The Terms and Conditions
BRANDION has the right to amend at any time and in any way any of the provisions of the Terms and Conditions or the Terms and Conditions in full, without any prior notice and without being obliged to perform any other formality towards the Users. Any modification is fully and unconditionally accepted by the Site Users by simply using or accessing any of the features offered by the Site, occurring at any time after the change operation, and the non-acceptance of any change results in the User’s obligation to cease accessing the Site immediately; and or the use of BRANDION.EU in any way.
Applicable law. Litigation
The rights and obligations of the Site and BRANDION Users, as provided in the Terms and Conditions, as well as all the legal effects that the Terms and Conditions will produce, shall be interpreted and governed in accordance with the applicable Romanian law. Any dispute arising out of or in connection with the Terms and Conditions will be settled amicably. In case of impossibility to reach an agreement, the litigation will be solved by the competent Romanian court located in the territorial area of Cluj-Napoca, Romania.