General Terms and Conditions of Use
The following general terms and conditions apply to the use of Bitai Law Firm’s website:
- The information used and presented on our website are only for information purposes and cannot – under any circumstances – be interpreted as legal advice. Visitors, for their own good, shall consult other sources in order to ascertain the pertinence of the read information and consult with a legal counsel before taking particular legal steps.
- Bitai Law Firm will make every reasonable effort to ensure the website’s professional maintenance, however, does not take any responsibility of the accuracy or timeliness of the materials disclosed on the website. We also do not take any liability for direct or indirect pecuniary and / or non-pecuniary damages resulting from the use or temporary non-usability of the website, as well as any inaccuracies, errors – whether clerical or other errors – and the deficiencies or obsolescence of the website.
- The visitor acknowledges that the information downloaded or obtained by the use of the website may be used only at your own risk. Bitai Law Firm cannot be held responsible if the visitor’s computer or any software used on the computer is damaged as a result of the use of the website.
- Bitai Law Firm is not responsible for the content of external websites accessed via links.
- The content appearing on the website bitapartners.com (articles, videos, and graphics of the website or any other content) is protected by copyright, the copyright owner is Bitai Law Firm. The reproduction of copyrighted content or its storing in electronic data store is prohibited. The authors’ consent is required to any kind of use, replication on any kind of media, adaption, distribution or communication to the public of the copyrighted works.
- The views and opinions expressed by authors’ writings published on this website reflect the author’s own views and opinions and do not necessarily reflect the views or opinions held by Bitai Law Firm on the subject.
- These general terms and conditions are governed by the Hungarian Civil Code and Act LXXVIII. of 2017. on Attorneys.
Bitai Law Firm