Disclaimer of the website(s) Holosophic Society International
1.1. This is the disclaimer of the website(s) of the Holosophic Society International, a non-profit organisation which consists of Holosophic Society International, seated in The Netherlands (Jodenstraat 13, 6211 ER Maastricht), and its affiliates in Europe hereafter: Holosophic Society International. Please read the following terms of this disclaimer carefully. By accessing, using or downloading (any content of) this website, you agree to adhere to these terms. If you do not agree with this disclaimer, please do not use this website.
2.1. Although Holosophic Society International exercises great care with respect to the reliability and relevance of this website, it is possible that it may be insufficient, incomplete or incorrect.
2.2. This website, including but not limited to texts, documents, databases, products, logos, designs, graphics, sounds, footages, images, other objects, and services is provided “AS IS”. This website is intended for consumer use only and for viewing general information only.
2.3. Holosophic Society International hereby disclaims all representations, warranties, guaranties, and conditions, expressed or implied, with respect to this website, including, but not limited to any implied representations, warranties or conditions of merchantibility, fitness, soundness or aptitude for a particular purpose, title and non-infringement, except to the extent that such disclaimers are held to be legally invalid.
2.4. Content provided by a third party has not been independently reviewed, tested, certified, or authenticated in whole or in part by Holosophic Society International and as such it makes no warranty with respect to such content.
2.5. Holosophic Society International may alter, moderate or remove (parts of) the website from the internet at all times and without a prior notice. Holosophic Society International is not liable for any consequence(s) due to the alteration, moderation or removal of this website.
Links to third party websites
3.1. This website may contain (hyper)links to websites controlled by parties other than Holosophic Society International. However, this does not mean that Holosophic Society International encompasses (the contents of) those websites. Holosophic Society International is not responsible for, does not endorse, nor accept any responsibility for the contents, or the use of those websites. Holosophic Society International provides such links solely for your convenience.
3.2. Please consult the Terms and Conditions of Use, Privacy Statement(s) and other legal notices of those third party websites before you use them. It is your responsibility to take the necessary precautions to ensure that what you access for your personal use, is virus free and free of any other issues which are, or could be detrimental.
Limitation of Liability
Holosophic Society International shall not be (held) liable for any damage including but not limited to direct or indirect damage of any nature, i.e. loss of data, business, acquired income, profit or any other economical disadvantage incurred as a result of using, modifying, contributing to, copying, distributing, disseminating or downloading (parts of) this website or the inability to do so, or as a result of any inadequacies or incompleteness of the website. Under no circumstances shall Holosophic Society International be (held) liable for any damage, however it may arise, whether as an action in contract, a result of negligence or other action(s) in tort, as a result of, or in connection with the use of this website, or its performance, even where Holosophic Society International has been previously advised of the possibility of such damage.
5.1. Holosophic Society International has the right to revise this disclaimer at any time without notice, by updating this legal notice. You must consult the most recent version of these terms each time you visit the website.
5.2. This disclaimer is governed solely and exclusively by Dutch law with the court of Maastricht (the Netherlands) as competent authority. The right to choose legal jurisdiction or legislation is explicitly excluded.