The contents of all websites of Synspec BV have been written with the greatest possible care. However, Synspec BV cannot guarantee the accuracy or completeness of the information. The content of the Synspec website therefore is not legally binding. Synspec BV accepts no liability, which might arise from the content of its websites.
1. Copyright and intellectual property
Texts, photos, graphics, audio material, video sequences and animated files, including their design, are subject to copyright law and other laws protecting intellectual property. The complete or partial reproduction, dissemination, transmission, modification or use of the website (electronically, digitally or in any other way) for public and/or commercial purposes, including their incorporation in other websites, requires the prior consent of Synspec BV. In addition, some of the pictures on our website may be subject to intellectual property rights of third parties.
2. References and hyperlinks to external sites
Third party owned websites and their content that may be accessible by hyperlink from our website are not within our control and influence, and by placing a link on its website, Synspec BV does not take on any responsibility for such third party websites and their content.
3. Links to the website of Synspec
Referring to the webpage of Synspec BV is permitted provided that the good name of the organisation is not affected. Mentioning of permission given by Synspec BV whereas that's not the case is not allowed.
4. Legal jurisdiction
Dutch law is applicable to this website. All information on this website is provided without any obligation whatsoever and Synspec BV does not give any assurances or warranties, explicitly or implicitly, of any kind. Synspec BV rejects any liability, unless acceptance of such a liability is obligatory due to malicious intent or gross negligence, or is founded in law.
Any dispute from the entrance or use of the website of Synspec BV and/or the use of information derived from these websites shall exclusively be submitted to and finally be resolved by the competent court in the Netherlands, with exclusion of any kind of other court in any other country.