This website is managed by the Erasmus House & Beguinage municipal museums of Anderlecht, which are headquartered at 31 Rue de Formanoir, 1070 Brussels, and represented by Mr Fabrice Cumps in his capacity as burgomaster of Anderlecht. The Erasmus House & Beguinage municipal museums of Anderlecht are hereinafter referred to as “the Museums”. The following conditions apply to use of the site www.erasmushouse.museum (hereinafter referred to as “the Website”) and to transactions executed via the site (product and service purchases, registration for events, and guided tour bookings). In accessing and using the Website you commit to accepting and to abiding by these conditions. The Museums reserve the right to change these conditions of use at any time. Any change will go into effect immediately. We thus urge you to consult this page regularly. The last update was on 31/01/2021.
Generally speaking, the Museums may not be held liable for technical problems affecting the dissemination of information on their Website. The Museums reserve the possibility of modifying and suspending temporarily or permanently all or part of the Website without prior notice or compensation of any kind.
In no event may the Museums be held liable vis-à-vis the User or a third party for any modifications, interruptions, suspensions, or removal of the Website. If the Museums create links with other sites, the Museums may not be held liable for the content or existence of these other sites.
Subject to applicable legal or regulatory provisions, the Museums may not be held liable for any direct or indirect infury, including but not limited to losses of profits, clientele, data, or intangible goods, that may occur as a result of the use of or impossibility of using the Website and, in particular, due to any event linked to the Website and/or any third-party site. In particular, the Museums may not be held liable for the total or partial hacking of their Website, if this should occur, or for the injury that the User or a third party might sustain as a consequence of this hacking.
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These conditions are governed by Belgian law. Disputes concerning the use of this Website are under the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of Brussels.