The latest version of this website was put online on 01/08/2019. Updates are ad hoc. The following legal notices define the rules of operation and use (hereinafter “the Conditions”) of the website (hereinafter “the Site”). Accessing the Site and browsing the Site constitute the unreserved acceptance of these Conditions. These Conditions can be modified at any time.

    When BBR Belgique makes substantial changes to the Conditions, it will post a notice on the Site or send an email to users who have provided their contact information, as appropriate given the circumstances.

    In any case, it is the responsibility of users to ensure that they carefully read all such notices and to refer to the latest version of these Conditions before use.

    Continued use of the Site after the changes have been made will constitute acceptance of these changes.



    BBR Belgique private limited company is registered at the address 1060 Bruxelles, Rue Faider, 15 (Belgium) (hereafter “BBR Belgique”) and registered at the Banque Carrefour des Entreprises under business registration number 0876 914 246.

    Email address:



    Director of Publication: Stéphane Benaym

    Managing Editor: Stéphane Benaym

    Editor-in-chief: Ségolène Vuillaume

    Editorial: Laura Cneuvels

    Address: Rue Faider 15, 1060 Bruxelles (Belgium)



    The presentation and content of the Site, including, but not limited to, the name and logos of BBR Belgique, the images, databases, products and slogans, together or separately constitute a work protected by the laws in force on intellectual property. No reproduction and/or representation, in whole or in part, by any means, on any medium, or in any form whatsoever, of these elements may be made without the prior written consent of BBR Belgique. Private copying of the Site content is authorised provided that BBR Belgique is indicated as being the source of this copy. In addition, in accordance with Articles XI.305 and following of the Code of Economic Law, any extraction by any means and in any form whatsoever or re-use, by making available to the public, of a substantial part of any database accessible on the Site is prohibited. Likewise, the repeated or systematic extraction or reuse of qualitatively or quantitatively insubstantial parts of the content of a database accessible on the Site is prohibited, when these operations clearly exceed the conditions of normal use of this database.

    BBR Belgique wishes to respect the intellectual property rights of third parties at all times. Rights holders may inform BBR Belgique at any time if they believe that BBR Belgique or a user of BBR Belgique’s services has ignored his or her rights. These notices can be sent by email to the following address:

    In this regard, please clearly mention the content that would be protected by an intellectual property right and the URL of the information on the Website that would constitute an offence, as well as sufficient contact information allowing us to contact you (address, email address, phone number).



    The prices displayed on the Site are not definitive and may be revised at any time by BBR Belgique. The site is only updated on an ad hoc basis and it is possible that the prices communicated by our agents may differ from the prices displayed on the Site. For more information, call +32 (0)2 218 14 64. Cost of a local call from a landline (Belgium).



    Where necessary, BBR Belgique provides hypertext links to other websites. BBR Belgique, however, does not check the lawfulness of the content of these sites and cannot, except in the event of grave or intentional error on its part, be held responsible for the services or information provided on these sites. BBR Belgique will withdraw within a reasonable time, and as quickly as possible, any link to illicit content from the moment when it was notified of this unlawfulness and when it seems reasonable to consider that content to be unlawful.

    Access to third party websites is at the user’s risk, the latter being well aware that these internet sites may be subject to other conditions of use, other provisions for the protection of privacy and/or generally to other rules than those applicable to BBR Belgique’s website. The latter is not responsible for the respect by these websites of the laws and regulations in force or any damage they may cause.

    Furthermore, except in the event of grave or intentional error on its part, BBR Belgique cannot be held responsible for the hypertext links that are created from third party internet sites towards its internet site, nor for the content of these sites. Any creation of a hypertext link to the home page or secondary pages, files or applications of BBR Belgique’s website, for commercial or non-commercial purposes, must be the subject of a prior express authorisation from BBR Belgique. Framing of all or part of BBR Belgique’s website is strictly prohibited without the prior written permission of BBR Belgique.



    BBR Belgique’s protection of personal data policy can be accessed by clicking here.

    BBR Belgique’s cookies policy can be accessed by clicking here.



    None of the stipulations of the Conditions can have the effect of excluding or limiting BBR Belgique’s liability for serious or intentional error.

    Notwithstanding the first paragraph, BBR Belgique cannot be held responsible for any direct or indirect damages of any kind whatsoever arising from use of the Site. This disclaimer also applies to technical disturbances and/or defects related to the hardware and software used, which could make all or part of the use of the site temporarily impossible or very difficult, or even interrupt it.

    Nor can BBR Belgique be held responsible for any risks arising from the use of the internet or email and, in particular, will not be liable for any damage incurred by users’ computer equipment.

    Nor can BBR Belgique be held liable for any loss of use, data, activity or profit (directly or indirectly) in any case resulting from the use of or inability to use the Site, third-party applications or the content of third-party applications.

    Given the electronic communication method used by BBR Belgique, it is up to users to take the necessary steps to ensure that their mailbox settings will not reject BBR Begique’s messages and to regularly check, where appropriate, their “junk” folder (or “spam”, or any other equivalent denomination), some programmes storing unknown emails in this folder by default. BBR Belgique will in no way be held responsible if, after sending an email message, this message, for reasons beyond the control of BBR Belgique, does not reach its intended recipient.



    BBR Belgique does not undertake to provide continuous, uninterrupted and secure access to its Site. BBR Belgique also reserves the right to interrupt, at any time and without prior notice, access to its Site, particularly in case of risk of abuse or fraud or in order to carry out maintenance operations or to make improvements or modifications. BBR Belgique will do all that is reasonably possible to limit the duration of such interruptions and to inform users of the duration of such interruptions. Without prejudice to additional damages, BBR Belgique also reserves the right to prohibit, at any time and without prior notice, access to any part of the Site to persons covered by the following reasons: non-compliance with these Conditions, use of the Site for any purpose that is unlawful or contrary to morality or to the integrity, security or reputation of the Site and BBR Belgique.



    These Conditions and any dispute between the parties are exclusively governed and interpreted by Belgian law.

    In case of dispute, only the francophone courts of Brussels will have jurisdiction.



    The parties expressly agree that if one or more of the provisions of these Conditions are declared null and void, the said Conditions and its commitments will remain valid in their entirety, excluding the litigious provision(s).

    The parties also agree that any provisions that may be declared null and void shall remain valid by operation of law to the extent of what is permissible according to the regulations in force, including the jurisprudence of the courts. In consequence, in the event of dispute, they will be reduced by right to the level admitted by said regulation by the judge.

    Where a reduction proves impossible, for example because the provision concerned is invalid in its essence, the parties undertake to replace it with an effective clause as close as possible to the annulled clause.