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The website (hereinafter the “Website”) is published by COLOUR INVASION TECNOLOGIAS DE INFORMAÇÃO LDA, private limited company, registered under the tax identification number 513339590, whose registered office is located at Rua do Astrolábio Lt. 22, 1ºA, 2645-266 Alcabideche, Bicesse PORTUGAL – telephone number (+351) 964 879 233- e-mail address:

The director of the publication is Mrs Dorothée de Bernis.

The Website is hosted by Almouroltec Servicos De Informatica E Internet LDA, private limited company, registered under the tax identification number 502665636 whose registered office is located at Estrada Nacional, 3 Constancia 2250, PORTUGAL- telephone (+351) 249 739 099.

General terms and conditions of use of the Website

Purpose of the Website

The purpose of the Website is to present the activities of MARCALLIANCE, « association internationale à but non lucratif » (« Internationale Vereniging Zonder Winstoomerk ») or « AISBL » (« IVZW »), created by the Royal Decree of Recognition of the association dated July 11, 2013 and registered on August 2, 2013 in the BCE under the number 0537262808 whose registered office is located at 11 Boulevard Saint Michel 1140 Bruxelles, represented by CARBONNIER LAMAZE RASLE, represented by Dorothée DE BERNIS in its position of President.

MARCALLIANCE is an alliance of independent law firms. The Website connects individuals and professionals with a wide range of legal and tax services, in all areas of business law and around the world. The Site also provides information on its members and their associates.

The name “MARCALLIANCE” has been registered as a mark and the domain names « » have been reserved.


MARCALLIANCE undertakes to use its best efforts to ensure that the Website is accessible to users at all times. However, it shall not be held liable in the event of the Site being unavailable for any reason whatsoever.
The user of the Website acknowledges having read this legal notice and undertakes to respect it.

MARCALLIANCE makes every effort to provide users with available and verified information and tools, but cannot be held liable for errors, lack of availability of information and/or the presence of viruses or other infections on its Website.

The user acknowledges that he/she uses the information and tools available on the Website under his/her sole responsibility.

Intellectual property

The user acknowledges that the entire Website and all of its content, including, but not limited to, the architecture of the Website, as well as all texts, articles, information, photographs, videos, images, illustrations (including or not personal data), software, trademarks and logos contained on the Website (hereinafter the “Content”) are protected by intellectual property law and are the full and complete property of MARCALLIANCE.
In particular, data relating to MARCALLIANCE’s members (in particular photographs and professional data) which are made accessible via the Website may not be collected or processed without the prior written consent of the person concerned. In particular, the user is prohibited from collecting and using, either manually or automatically, such data to send messages or make advertising calls or of any other nature.

Any representation or reproduction not expressly authorized, in whole or in part and by any means whatsoever, would be illegal and would constitute a punishable counterfeit.

Protection of personal data

The processing of personal data carried out within the framework of the website is based on the association’s legitimate interest in carrying out such activities and is included in the list of processing operations drawn up by the Data Protection Officer of MARCALLIANCE.

The data is kept:
• only for as long as it is strictly necessary, i.e. the period during which you are in contact with the Alliance or when you are a member of it, until you leave or are removed from the Alliance;
• audience measurement statistics and your raw Website traffic data are not kept for more than thirteen (13) months.

In accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation, you have the right to access, query, limit, portability, delete, modify and rectify information concerning you. You also have the right to object to the processing of your personal data, as well as the right to object to this data being used for commercial prospecting purposes. Finally, you have the right to define general and specific directives defining the way in which you wish these rights to be exercised after your death. This right may be exercised by contacting the Data Protection Officer by e-mail at the following address: or by post at the following address: Carbonnier Lamaze Rasle – 8 rue Bayard – 75008 Paris, together with a copy of a signed identity document.

1. Data collected

The Alliance takes care to collect and process only data that is strictly necessary for the purpose for which it is processed (data minimisation).

2. Purposes of collection

The processing carried out by the Alliance meets an explicit, legitimate and specific purpose.

In the context of the use of the website, your data is processed mainly for the following purposes:
• to improve your browsing on the Website;
• optimising the Website’s functions;

3. User information

In accordance with the Belgian law of 8 December 1992 on the protection of privacy with regard to the processing of personal data until 25 May 2018 and in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and any other law applicable after 25 May 2018 the Alliance informs you about the processing of personal data that it implements.

Thus, the Alliance informs you, in a clear manner, at the time of each collection of personal data, in particular:
• the identity and contact details of the data controller;
• the contact details of the Data Protection Officer;
• the purposes of the processing for which the personal data are intended and the legal basis for the processing;
• where applicable, the legitimate interests pursued by the Alliance;
• the recipients of the personal data;
• where applicable, the fact that the Alliance intends to transfer personal data to a third country;
• the duration of the storage of personal data;
• the existence of the right to ask the association for access to personal data, rectification or deletion of personal data, or a restriction on processing, or the right to object to processing and the right to data portability, as well as the possibility of determining the fate of one’s data after death;
• the existence of the right to withdraw consent at any time, without prejudice to the lawfulness of processing based on consent given prior to its withdrawal;
• the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority (ADP – Service des Plaintes – 35 Rue de la Presse, 1000 Bruxelles, BELGIQUE).

4. Cookies

By browsing the Website, users accept the use of cookies under the conditions described below.


Cookies are data stored in the terminal equipment of an Internet user and used by the website that users visit to send information to the browser, and allowing this browser to send information back to the original website. They usually contain the name of the server that deposited it, an identifier in the form of a unique number and an expiry date.

During the period of validity of the cookie, cookies can be used to store status information when a browser accesses different pages of a website or when the browser later returns to that website.
The reading or modification of the information contained in a cookie is the sole responsibility of its issuer.


In order to offer services adapted to the user’s terminal (computer, mobile or tablet), the cookies used by the Association are intended to:
• the collection of information relating to user browsing;
• to analyse the number of visits to and use of the Site.

Use of cookies by the Association’s Site

The cookies used on the Website are as follows:

• Strictly necessary cookies: These cookies are essential for you to browse the website and use its features, such as accessing secure areas of the site. Cookies that allow web shops to hold your items in your cart while you are shopping online are an example of strictly necessary cookies.

• Google Analytics audience measurement cookies: these cookies are used to collect information, in an anonymous way, about the users of the websites. These cookies make it possible to count visitors and identify the way they use the Site. These cookies are deposited and read on the user’s equipment as soon as the user accesses a website using the “Google Analytics” service.

You can consult the confidentiality policy of Google via this link:

5. Recipients of the data

The Association shall communicate your personal data only to authorised and specified recipients.
The recipients of your personal data are the relevant departments of the Association.

6. Retention of data

The Association shall only keep your data for the period necessary for the operations for which they were collected and in compliance with the legislation in force.

7. Security

The Association ensures the security of your personal data by implementing enhanced data protection through the use of physical and logical security measures.

Applicable law

This site is governed by Belgian law and any dispute or litigation that could arise from the interpretation or execution of these will be the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts on which the association is registered.


MARCALLIANCE reserves the right to modify the content of these Terms and Conditions of Use at any time and without notice.
The user is therefore invited to consult them regularly.

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