Brouxel & Rabia is an independent Luxembourg law-firm registered with the Luxembourg Bar (Barreau de Luxembourg).
The website www.brouxelrabia.lu is the exclusive legal property of Brouxel & Rabia Luxembourg Law Firm which holds all intellectual property rights and copyrights in relation thereto, and edited by it. Users may use and copy materials of this website for their own personal use and for information purposes only, without our prior consent, provided that such use does not alter the content of the materials, that its sources are clearly stated and that such use does not harm Brouxel & Rabia and remains lawful at all time. No other use of the materials contained on this website is permitted without Brouxel & Rabia prior express consent. Fraudulent use of this website and of Brouxel & Rabia name may lead to judicial proceedings against its author and be criminally prosecuted.
This website being accessible via Internet, users expressly agree, by navigating therein, to accept the risks inherent to such a navigation. It is not the responsibility of Brouxel & Rabia to prevent misuses or hacking of users’ computer or other equipment systems. Furthermore, Brouxel & Rabia shall not be held liable for technical issues such as viruses or the website becoming fully or partially unavailable for any period of time and cannot guarantee the full security of the website at all time.
To improve users’ browsing experience, www.brouxelrabia.lu allows direct access to external websites and vice versa. Brouxel & Rabia is not responsible for the content of such external websites nor for its authenticity.
Brouxel & Rabia is highly committed in ensuring and improving the accessibility of the contents of this website to all. Should you however experience any difficulty in accessing information, we invite you to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Brouxel & Rabia is also committed to ensure the highest level of accuracy of the information provided on this website. Users can however not hold Brouxel & Rabia responsible if such information is not up-to-date at all time. Information provided on this website, including legal monitoring and articles, is of a general nature and for general information purposes. In particular, it does not take into account personal or individual circumstances. As such, it shall not be regarded as being constitutive of legal advice or legal opinions from Brouxel & Rabia. Brouxel & Rabia shall bear no responsibility arising from damages suffered from the reliance on such information, which shall in no instance replace professional legal or tax advice or opinions from Brouxel & Rabia to clients.
The above terms and conditions may be updated from time to time and we invite users to consult them regularly.
These terms and conditions shall be governed by the laws of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and any dispute arising in relation to the use of this website and/or of its services shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg.
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