General Terms and Conditions of Use for the FDS German Language Institute website
1. Scope of Application
These General Terms and Conditions of Use (hereinafter referred to as “GTC”) apply to the use of the website of the FDS German Language Institute (hereinafter referred to as “Institute”) located in Annaba, Algeria.
The user is any natural or legal person who accesses the Institute’s website.
3. Access to the Website
Access to the Institute’s website is free of charge. However, the Institute reserves the right to restrict access to certain areas of the website to registered users.
4. Content of the Website
The content of the Institute’s website is protected by copyright. The Institute grants the user a non-exclusive, non-transferable license to use the content of the website for personal, non-commercial purposes.
5. Prohibition of Use
The user is prohibited from using the Institute’s website for any purpose that is illegal, harmful, or violates the rights of others. In particular, the user is prohibited from:
Uploading or transmitting content that is illegal, harmful, or offensive;
Disrupting the operation of the Institute’s website;
Collecting or storing personal data of other users.
The Institute is not liable for any damages arising from the use of its website. This includes, but is not limited to, damages caused by:
Errors or omissions in the content of the website;
Disruption of the operation of the website;
Unauthorized access to the website by third parties.
7. Changes to the GTC
The Institute reserves the right to change the GTC at any time. The revised GTC will be published on the Institute’s website.
8. Applicable Law
The GTC are governed by the laws of Algeria.
Any disputes arising from the GTC will be settled by the competent courts in Annaba, Algeria.
For any questions or complaints, please contact the Institute at:
FDS German Language Institute
2, rue de Gambie
The GTC are available in French and English. In the event of any discrepancies between the French and English versions, the French version shall prevail.