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1. Which parties are there?

In this Cookie Statement ("Cookie Statement") the following definitions apply:
“Wanted Law”: the law firm Wanted Law, an unincorporated association without legal personality, with registered office at 8000 Brugge, Gulden-Vlieslaan 28, and registered with the KBO under number 0757.639.482. Wanted Law is a group of lawyers within the meaning of Article 170.3. of the Codex of Deontology for lawyers. The term "group of lawyers" means: an association of which the members have only contractually determined how they organize common services to support the professional practice of its members and how they share the costs thereof." Wanted Law groups the following law firms, each of which is separately are responsible for the files they handle at their location:

1. Wanted Law Sint-Niklaas BV, with registered office at 9100 Sint-Niklaas, Van Havermaetstraat 36, and registered with the KBO under number 0446.143.184. The following person was appointed as contact person within Wanted Law Sint-Niklaas:

2. Wanted Law Brugge BV, with registered office at 8000 Brugge, Gulden-Vlieslaan 28, and registered with the KBO under number 0589.943.409. The following person was appointed as contact person within Wanted Law Bruges:

3. Paul Verhaeghe (Wanted Law Tax), with registered office at 1083 Ganshoren, De Villegaslaan 6, and registered with the KBO under number 0817.146.212, with the following contact person:

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"Law": art. 129 Electronic Communications Act, as amended by W 2012-07-10/04, art. 90, 017; (entry into force: 04-08-2012) (URL).

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The Belgian Telecommunications Act contains some provisions regarding cookies and their use on websites. The Belgian implementation is derived from the European e-Privacy Directive, which implies that cookie use and cookie legislation are regulated differently in each European country.

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Wanted Law wants to inform you as well as possible about this new legislation, and about which cookies it uses. Cookies help Wanted Law to optimize your visit to the website, to remember technical choices (for example, a choice of language, a newsletter, etc.), and to show you more relevant services and offers.

If you want to consult the Wanted Law website, it is recommended that you have cookies enabled. However, if you prefer not to do this, you are free to disable the cookies (see also the title "How can I manage my cookies?").

We use cookies to improve your visit to our website. The cookies we use are safe. The information we collect using cookies helps us identify any errors or show you specific services that we think may be of interest to you. We store information that is directly related to you. We may also use cookies from carefully selected partners with whom we work and who advertise our services on their website.

4. What kind of cookies does Wanted Law use?

To consult the Wanted Law website, it is advisable to activate cookies on your computer, tablet or mobile phone. Without cookies enabled, we may not be able to guarantee you a trouble-free visit to our website.

If you nevertheless prefer to restrict, block or delete cookies from Wanted Law, you can manage your browser settings as described under title 5.

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At browser - Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0, 7.0, 8.0

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  • Click on "OK".

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  • Click on "OK".

By browser - Google Chrome

  • Click on "Tools" at the top of your browser window and choose "Options".
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  • Now select "Allow local data to be set".

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If you still have questions or comments about cookies after reading this Cookie Statement ("Cookie Statement"), you can always contact us via info@wanted.law.