By accessing and browsing the CHR (Charles Henri Rouvroy) website, the visitor agrees to the provisions of this disclaimer. The provisions of this disclaimer may be modified at any time, in whole or in part.
The modification shall come into effect on the date of its posting on the website.
www.chrbelgium.com is a site owned by Charles Rouvroy, hereafter "CHR".
This site is hosted by Ligne Web Services, whose registered office is located at Rue de Penthièvre à 75008 Paris (France).
Content of the site
The information available on our website is intended to:
- present the executive search and recruitment activities of CHR;
- enable you to request information about CHR's services;
- contact CHR, as well as the possibility for the candidate to contact and send his/her CV.
Limitation of liability
The www.chrbelgium.com has been created with the greatest possible care. CHR makes every effort to keep the information on the site accurate.
However, the information contained therein is subject to change. It is therefore up to the visitors of the site to verify the information given on the site by other means, i.e. by contacting us. The site is secured with all reasonable and possible means to avoid, as far as possible, inconveniences caused by technical errors.
However, we cannot guarantee that the site will always be free from interruptions, viruses, technical problems or other computer crimes. CHR accepts no liability for any direct or indirect damage resulting from the consultation or use of the site and its contents.
Links to other sites
www.chrbelgium.com contains hyperlinks to third party sites or social networks over which we have no authority to exercise control (technical or content). CHR accepts no liability for direct or indirect damage resulting from the consultation or use of these websites and their contents.
Protection of intellectual property rights on the site
Applicable Law and Jurisdiction
In the event of a dispute, only Belgian law shall apply and only the courts of the judicial district of CHR's registered office shall be competent. CHR may however decide to resort to mediation, by involving a mediator approved by the Federal Mediation Commission in order to resolve the dispute by this means.