NOTE : IN THE EVENT OF DISCREPANCIES, THE ORIGINAL FRENCH VERSION SHALL TAKE PRECEDENCE OVER THE MACHINE-TRANSLATED ENGLISH VERSION!
The website www.home-in.lu is hereafter referred to as the "Website".
The company HOME-IN Sàrl is hereafter referred to as the "Company”.
Tél. : (+352) 26 64 91 73
VAT : LU25859853
RCS N° : B 174297
Mat. N° : 2013 24 002 11
Account N° : IBAN : LU26 0019 4055 2204 7000 - BIC : BCEELULL
The purpose of this document is to comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR/RGPD) EU 2016/680, according to the Act of 1 August 2018 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data in criminal matters as well as in matters of national security.
All specific terms in this document, including "Controller", "Processor, Right to be forgotten, Data Portability", are defined in the EU Regulation EU 2016/680.
When using the website, the user is invited to fill in six types of forms:
In the case of a request by the user to contact a property advertisement, the Website collects the surname, first name, e-mail address, telephone number and the free message typed by the user. The Website also collects the computer reference of the real estate advertisement.
These data are transmitted by secure computer means to the Company, in order to enable it to contact the user again, to provide more detailed information on the property advert, and to possibly offer a visit to the property advert.
This data is stored in the Company's e-mail software and in the database of the Company's computer software, edited by the sub-contractor mentioned above and hosted by the sub-sub-contractor mentioned above. These two subcontractors are listed in the Subcontractors section. The data is hosted in France.
The Company reserves the right to send real estate advertisements similar to the one for which the User has requested contact. However, the user has the right to modify and delete these mailings.
In order to exercise his/her right to modify and delete these mailings, the user must send an e-mail to the Company.
In the case of a general contact request by the user, the Website collects the Name, First Name, e-mail address, telephone number, and free message entered by the user.
This data is transmitted by secure computer means to the Company, to enable it to contact the user again. This data is stored in the Company's e-mail software.
In the case of a request by the user to register for the e-mail alert service, the Website collects the user's e-mail address. This data is stored in the database of the Website, hosted by the sub-contractor mentioned above, whose details are detailed in the Sub-contractors section.
The user who has registered for the e-mail alert automatically receives property advertisement proposals from the Company. In each e-mail alert sent, a direct unsubscription link is provided at the end of the text, enabling the registered user to exercise his right to be forgotten. By clicking on the unsubscribe link, the user's e-mail address is permanently deleted from the Website's database.
In the case of a request by the user to subscribe to the Newsletter service, the Website collects the user's e-mail address. This data is stored in the website's database, hosted by the sub-contractor mentioned above, whose details are detailed in the Sub-contractors section.
The user who has registered for the Newsletter receives regular electronic messages sent by the Company, concerning information about the Company, real estate, and any related subject. In each newsletter sent, a direct unsubscribe link is provided at the end of the text, allowing the registered user to proceed to his right to be forgotten. By clicking on the unsubscribe link, the user's e-mail address is permanently deleted from the Website's database.
In the case of an application (unsolicited application or response directly to a job offer), the website collects the surname, first name, e-mail address, telephone number, CV, if applicable the covering letter and the free message entered by the user.
The user, who has filled in one of the two contact forms, has a Right to be forgotten, to request that the sending of real estate advertisement proposals corresponding to his or her searches be stopped. To do so, they must send an e-mail to the Company.
The user, who has filled in one of the two contact forms, has a Right to erasure, to request the pure and simple deletion of his/her personal data. Unless there is a current contract between the user and the Company (lease contract, sales mandate, rental mandate, management mandate, co-ownership syndic mandate, purchase offer, reservation contract, sales agreement) or unless there is an invoice issued by the Company to the user, following a service between the two parties, the Company will proceed with the deletion of the user's personal data as soon as possible, following the sending of this request by e-mail or from the general Contact form of the Website.
In accordance with the EU Regulation 2016/680, the user of the Website who has provided personal data through the use of one of the contact forms, is entitled to request the portability of his/her personal data from the Company.
This request must be made by e-mail or by filling in the general contact form on the Contact page of the Website.
The company is the Data Controller of the personal data. The personal data collected through the use of contact forms are stored by the subcontractors listed in the Subcontractors section. This data is stored on European territory and is destroyed at the end of its legal term.
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