General Terms and Conditions for Use of the Website

Article 1: General

Any access to the “WINNIPEG” website ( and to the information it contains is entirely subject to compliance with the general terms and conditions below.

WINNIPEG, hereafter referred to as “the site” or “the website”, is a website hosted by PRODUWEB SA, a company established at Rue de Lantin 149, 4000 Liège.

The WINNIPEG website is administered by Mrs Fabienne Frère, hereafter referred to as “the manager”, whose registered office is established at Route de Genval 18, 1380 Lasne and who is registered with the Crossroads Bank for Enterprises under the number 0598.993.509.

In case of non-acceptance of these general terms and conditions of use, users are requested to leave the website immediately and not to use it in any way. For any questions, users may contact the manager by sending an email to the following address:

Article 2: Intellectual property

This website and the texts, drawings, designs, photos, illustrations, films, data, databases, software, domain names, logos, and any other element that appears on it are protected by intellectual property rights. Any copying, adaptation, translation, arrangement or modification of all or part of this site, in any form and by any means whatsoever – electronic, mechanical or other – is strictly prohibited without the prior written authorisation of the manager. Any infringement is liable to result in civil or criminal proceedings against the offender.

 Article 3: Contents of the website

The website is updated regularly, and great care is taken to check the relevance of the information contained therein. However, the manager cannot guarantee the accuracy, reliability, integrity, timeliness, precision and completeness of all the information contained therein. Likewise, the manager cannot be held responsible for the quality of the products sold by the advertisers.

Article 4: Website management

Without the present list being in any way restrictive, any user of the website undertakes among other things:

not to use the information illegally;

not to use this site in such a way that it is damaged, transformed, interrupted, stopped or made less effective by any means whatsoever;

not to use this site for the transmission or sending of computer viruses or for the transmission or sending of illegal, unlawful or inappropriate content (in particular, but not exclusively, information of an obscene nature or harmful to public order);

not to use this website with the aim of infringing the rights of a natural or legal person or organisation in any way whatsoever, such as – for example, but not exclusively – infringing their right to privacy and intellectual property rights;

not to use this website for the sending or transmission of content for promotional or publicity purposes without having obtained prior authorisation to do so from the manager.

The website manager is not responsible for the possible spread of viruses in the event that, despite the precautionary measures taken, this should occur, and declines all responsibility for any damage caused by these viruses.

Article 6: Use of cookies

The cookies used on this website are intended to record the user’s browsing preferences and to improve user comfort. None of them records any personal data likely to make it possible to contact the user by telephone, by email or by post. The user can modify the settings of his or her web browser to prevent the creation of cookies, with the risk that certain parts of the site may no longer function optimally.

Article: 7. Hypertext links

The present website may contain hypertext links. These refer to other websites for information purposes only. Users are strongly advised, when consulting these websites, to read their privacy policy. The manager declines all responsibility for the practices and information on websites to which the user may have access through the use of any hypertext links that appear on the present website.  

Article 8: Protection of privacy – Privacy Charter

With regard to the protection of your personal data, we invite you to consult our Privacy Charter.

Article 9: Applicable law

These general terms and conditions of use of the website and the use of the website are governed by Belgian Law. Only the civil or commercial courts of the judicial district of Walloon Brabant are competent to hear any dispute relating to or concerning these general terms and conditions of use of the website or use of the website.