By browsing and using our website, you accept all our conditions of use. You can find these conditions on our website or at any other locations we’ve indicated. Do not use our website if you do not agree with our conditions of use.
Use of our website
We created this website’s contents with the greatest possible care. The information it contains is intended to be general. Use this information at your own risk and expense. We do our very best to make sure that this information is correct, complete and current. It may contain errors, however. We’re not liable for any damages you may incur by using our website.
Links to other websites
We link to other third-party websites from our own website. This doesn’t mean, however, that we recommend any of the products or services that these websites sell or promote. Use these links at your own risk. We’re not responsible or liable for the content, use or availability of these third-party websites, nor have we verified their accuracy, completeness, reasonableness, reliability or truthfulness.
Intellectual property rights
We own all the rights for all the information on our website or have permission from the relevant owners to use this information. ‘Rights’ include copyrights, trademarks and other intellectual property rights, and ‘information’ means text, logos, illustrations, photos, etc. You aren’t permitted to copy, reproduce, forward, disseminate, publish or sell any of the material on our website to any third parties, without prior written permission from Piano Biënnale or the relevant right holder, unless otherwise stated. You may print and/or download information from our website for your own personal use.
We can’t guarantee the security or timely delivery/processing of any emails or other electronic messages you send us. This is why we don’t accept any liability for the consequences of non-delivery or delayed receipt/processing.
Our website and these conditions of use are subject to Dutch law. The Dutch version of these conditions takes precedence over this English version if there are any discrepancies or differences in interpretation. Only a Dutch court has the jurisdiction to resolve any disputes relating to our website.
We reserve the right to alter the information on our website at any time without prior notice. This also applies to our conditions of use. For this reason, we recommend that you regularly check for any changes to our website’s information or our conditions of use.
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