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BHHB Trust
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The data provided by the user in the various forms of the site bhhb-trust.lu are intended for the internal use and the good functioning of the site. The user accepts that the personal data harvested by BHHB Trust within the framework of the website bhhb-trust.lu are subject to automated processing, be held in files used by the latter which may transmit them to another controller, who will process such data in full compliance with the law on the respect of the private life and on the processing of personal data. The user agrees that his data is used for the purposes of the website bhhb-trust.lu as well as for marketing purposes or commercial prospecting. The user agrees that his data is also transferred to third parties for marketing purposes. The user will be able freely and free to return on his agreement, to oppose at any time the treatment of his personal data, to access and rectify his data by means of a request addressed to BHHB Trust by mail or by e-mail to the address: administration@bhhb-trust.lu

The user can still obtain, under the same conditions, the communication of the data being processed. BHHB Trust undertakes to respect and enforce the applicable legal provisions regarding privacy and the processing of personal data by implementing all appropriate technical measures and organization to ensure the protection of personal data. data that it processes or causes to be processed against accidental or unlawful destruction, accidental loss, alteration, unauthorized dissemination or access, particularly when the processing includes data transmissions in a network, as well as any other form of unlawful treatment.

Terms of Service

The information on the bhhb-trust.lu website is for general information only and is subject to change without notice. BHHB Trust therefore gives no guarantee as to the veracity, completeness, reliability, relevance of the information on the site and related products and services and can not be held responsible for the consequences of information that would be incorrect, inaccurate or incomplete.
BHHB Trust can not be held responsible for any loss or damage, regardless of the extent, direct or indirect, resulting from the loss of data or profits, related to the use of our website. BHHB Trust is in no way responsible and can not be held responsible for the temporary unavailability of the website. It is expressly forbidden, except with the express written permission of BHHB Trust, to distribute or market the content of the bhhb-trust website. read. It is also strictly forbidden to transfer or save it on any other website or electronic support.
We reserve the right to modify these terms and conditions without notice. We invite you to regularly check this page to make sure that the changes made are right for you.
Net surfers expressly agree that the place of performance of their rights and obligations resulting from these general conditions of use of the contract and its consequences, whether substantial or incidental, is the registered office of BHHB Trust. Only Luxembourg law is applicable for the execution, interpretation and possible consequences of these general conditions of use.
All disputes relating to the interpretation, execution or termination of these general conditions of use and its consequences, whether substantial or incidental, fall under the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of Luxembourg-City. BHHB Trust may however waive this jurisdiction clause and assign the user before the judge jurisdiction territorially under common law.