Use of the website
The Flemish authorities pay much attention and care to their websites and try to maintain all information as complete, correct, comprehensible, accurate and up to date as possible. Despite all efforts, it may happen that the information is no longer complete, accurate or up to date.
If the information displayed on this website contains shortcomings, the Flemish authorities will do their utmost to rectify these as soon as possible. If you find any inaccuracies, please contact the website administrator. Click on the 'Contact' button in the navigation bar. We try to deal with your report as soon as possible and will send an answer within two working days. The Flemish authorities also make their best endeavours to avoid technical malfunctions at all times. However, the Flemish authorities cannot guarantee that the website is entirely free of malfunctions and other technical problems.
All information on the websites of the Flemish authorities and on the websites of Flemish public services or public institutions to which is referred, is of a general nature, unless explicitly stated otherwise. The information has not been tailored to suit the circumstances of a specific person or entity. Please do not regard this information as personal, professional or legal advice or any equivalent thereof. In order to receive specific or personal advice, you should always contact the competent services of the Flemish authorities. The Vlaamse Infolijn (Flemish Info Line) can help you find the competent service or person within the Flemish authorities.
The information and documents made available by the websites may not be considered as an authentic reproduction of officially adopted texts. Only the official texts published in the Belgian Official Gazette are authentic.
Hyperlinks and Referrals
This site contains hyperlinks to websites of other authorities, bodies and organisations, and to information sources managed by third parties. The Flemish authorities do not have any technical or content-related control or authority whatsoever over these sites and therefore cannot guarantee the completeness or correctness of the content, nor the availability of these websites and information sources.
Protection of personal data
The Flemish authorities attach great importance to protecting your personal privacy. You can access most information on or through the websites without having to provide any personal data. In specific cases, however, personal information may be requested. Your data shall be treated in accordance with the 8 December 1992 Act on the protection of private life with respect to the processing of personal data.