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Mechanic International makes every effort to ensure that the information provided is complete, correct, accurate and up to date. Despite these efforts, inaccuracies can be present in the information made available. If the information provided contains inaccuracies, or if specific information would be unavailable on or via the site, Mechanic Internationsl will make every effort to rectify this as quickly as possible.
Mechanic International, however, cannot be held liable for direct or indirect damages that result from the use of the information on this site.
If you note inaccuracies in the information made available via the site, you may contact the manager of the site.
The content of the site (including links) can be adapted, amended or supplemented at any time without announcement or notification. Mechanic International provides no guarantees for the proper performance of the website and can in no way be held liable for the poor performance or temporary (un)availability of the website or for any form of damages, direct or indirect, that might result from access to or use of the website.
Mechanic International may in no way be held liable to any party, direct or indirect, extraordinarily or in any other way, for damages due to the use of this site or of another, in particular as a result of links or hyperlinks, including, without limitation, all losses, work stoppages, damage to the programmes or other data on the computer system, to equipment, software or other property of the user.
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Mechanic international explicitly declares that it has no control over the content or over other characteristics of these websites, and can in no way be held liable for their content or characteristics, or for any other form of damages due to its use.
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In accordance with the Belgian Law of 08/12/1992 with regard to the Processing of Personal Information, the user is legally entitled to inspect and possibly correct its personal data. Subject to proof of identity (copy of identity card), you can submit a written, dated and signed request to Mechanic International, Meersstraat 27, 1730 Asse or via email@example.com for written communication of your personal data, free of charge. If necessary, you may also request corrections to incorrect, incomplete, or irrelevant information.
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