Terms and Conditions
Last updated: 25.06.2018
1.1. Welcome to the IJC website ("Website" or "The Website") located at https://www.ijc.ro
1.2. The Website is managed and maintained by International Job Consulting SRL("IJC"), based in Cluj-Napoca, with the registered office at no. 140, 21 Decembrie 1989 Blvd., registered at the Trade Registered Office Cluj under no. J12/1837/2006, CUI: 18717599.
1.4. IJC cannot be held accountable for any loss, interruption or damage of your data or system, that can appear while you browse The Website.
1.5. The Website can contain links to external websites and resources, which are not the propriety of IJC. IJC has no control of these websites and resources and will not be liable for their content, advertising, goods, services information or any other material available on those websites, for the functionality or performance of these websites or for any copyright infringement or any other rights that appear within those websites. By accessing those websites and resources you acknowledge you understand those possible consequences.
1.6. These terms may be changes from time to time. You will be notified of these changes by any reasonable means, including by posting revised terms through the Website. After this any change will be applied immediately.
1.8. At any time we may, without any liability, modify or discontinue all or part of the website.
2. Electronic Communications
2.1. The services and operations performed through The Website require electronic communication. Any consent to receiving electronic notifications from IJC, by email or push-notification will always be subject to prior consent. However, it's implied that the User agrees to any advertisement posted on The Website.
3.1. IJC operates this website with respect towards all laws on personal information as well as the User's privacy. IJC will retain data allowing the identification of a person only when this data is sent by the user to the Website address.
4. Personal data
5. User communication
5.1. The User acknowledges to have all rights to the content he displays or transmits in any way to The Website.
5.2. The User undertakes not to cause any harm to any person or third party by displaying any content.
5.3. Users sending electronic communication on behalf of any natural or legal person, on behalf of any entity of employing fake email addresses will be sanctioned in accordance to the law.
5.4. Any User can comment on any content as long as that comment is not illegal, threatening or defamatory in any way, obscene or disturbing privacy, violating intelectual property, any form of promotional or advertising, any form of spam, any form of malware.
5.5. IJC assumes no responsibility for any content communicated by the user via The Website without having respected the rules above, and has the right to delete any such content.
5.1. IJC takes all reasonable measures to provide the security and confidentiality of the data hosted and transmitted through The Website.
5.2. In case of an unlikely security breach IJC will notify The Users of The Website within 24 hours of identifying the breach and resolving the problem.
6.1. All content of The Website is the property of IJC and / or it's partners and / or suppliers and is protected by law.
6.2. The Website is the exclusive property of IJC and is protected by law.
6.3. The Website enables any User to access the content for his personal use.
6.4. The User is not allow to copy, reproduce, download or modify the Website or any of the content on The Website without prior written consent from IJC.
7.1. The website together with any materials and services available therein are provided "as is" and "as long as they are available"
7.2. IJC cannot and will not be held liable for any direct, indirect or incidental damage of any kind.
8. Laws and Litigation
8.1. The laws that govern this Website as well as the Terms and Conditions above are the laws of Romania.
8.2. Any potential conflict between IJC and a User is required to be first resolved amicably. If resolving matters this way proves to be impossible, the conflict will be settled in court in accordance with the Romanian laws in force.