Terms of use

The information presented by INOTEC S.R.L., on this website is designed exclusively to the information of its customers.

INOTEC S.R.L., with the office in Florești commune, 19 Tăutului Street, Cluj county, fiscal code 14554367, registered in Registrar of Companies under no. J12/631/2002, as owner of this website, submits substantial efforts to update it.

All the materials on this website are the property of INOTEC S.R.L., the reproduction, storage or transmission of parts of or the whole content of the materials without the prior written consent of the owner are prohibited.

INOTEC S.R.L., reserves the right to add, change or delete in whole or in part the information through this website without a prior notice. Also, the owner reserves the right to temporarily or permanently close in whole or in part this website, without any prior notice obligation.

In the event of accessing other websites, whether they belong to the company INOTEC S.R.L. or to third parties, please access and check their legal mentions, so that you do not expose yourself to violations of copyright or other related rights.

The personal data of visitors of this website will be processed with the observance of the technical and organizational measures imposed by the legislation in force, including the observance of the provisions of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of European Parliament and Council of 27 April 2016 for protection of natural persons regarding the processing of personal data and free movement of these data and repealing the Directive 95/46 / EC. To learn more about how the personal data collected by this website are processed, please consult the section regarding the Processing of personal data on the website.

By accessing this website, you give your consent to the full acceptance of conditions set out in these legal mentions, the use of this website is on the risk of the user.

Any conflict appeared between the website inotec.ro and the users, regarding the access or its use will be amicably settled and if this is not possible, the dispute will be settled by the competent courts of law, the applicable law is Romanian.

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