General Legal Notice (GTCU)

The Information and Press Service of the Luxembourg Government (SIP) maintains this website so as to promote a correct application of the rules of the graphic charter of the logotype of the government.

The information published on the present website is that of the graphic charter of the logotype of the government as approved by the Government Council.

Limitation of liability

Access to this portal is via the Internet. You declare that you are aware of the inherent risks and accept them. You must take steps to counteract the effects of computer piracy by adopting a suitable and secure computer configuration, including the use of regularly updated software to detect and remove viruses. The SIP shall not be held liable for any damage that you may suffer, either directly or indirectly, in connection with your browsing on this website.

The SIP shall do its utmost to ensure maximum availability of the website. Its liability may not be invoked, however, in the event of momentary or total unavailability of this website. The SIP shall reserve the right to cease supplying the services at any time, either entirely or partly.

The SIP shall not be held liable for the use third parties may make of the information provided on the portal.

The SIP shall reserve the freedom to develop, amend or suspend the website without notice for reasons of maintenance, updating or for any other reason deemed necessary. More specifically, the SIP may at any time withdraw, add, supplement or give further details in respect of any or all of the information and services contained or offered on the portal. The SIP may not be held liable for any direct or indirect damage related to any such changes.

The SIP shall make every effort to minimise as much as possible any inconvenience caused by mistakes, for instance of a technical or material nature.

Intellectual property 

All the elements of the website (including the layout) are protected by the legislation on intellectual property, in particular the amended law of 18 April 2001 on copyright, neighbouring rights and databases, and the Benelux Convention on intellectual property.

Unless indicated otherwise, copyright in respect of the content and the other elements of the website is held by the SIP.

Unless indicated otherwise, the SIP does not grant any licence or authorisation regarding the intellectual property rights it holds in respect of the website or its elements. Furthermore, the contents may not be reproduced in full or in part, in any form whatsoever and using any means whatsoever, without first obtaining written authorisation from the SIP.

Applicable law and competent courts

All disputes concerning the use of the website shall be subject to Luxembourg law and the Luxembourg courts shall have exclusive jurisdiction.


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