The purpose of the Nors Group, henceforth Nors, website is to provide general and informative content. This website should not be used as, or deemed to be, a substitute for information that is provided to you by Nors.
Nors makes every effort to ensure that the information contained on this website is correct and up to date. However, its accuracy cannot be assured, which is why Nors shall accept no liability whatsoever for the accuracy, completeness or authenticity of any information contained on this website.
Nors also reserves the right to make amendments, at any given time and without prior notice, regarding the products and services mentioned on this website.
The Nors website is governed by these Terms and Conditions and so by using our website, the visitor and/or user expressly accepts them.
As such, if you do not agree with the current Terms and Conditions you should not use this website.
The content of this website, including brands, designs, logos, text, images, and audio and video material is the property of Nors, unless otherwise indicated through a reference to its source, and is protected under the general terms of law and under Portuguese and international legislation with regard to the protection of intellectual property. Displaying, reproducing, distributing, modifying, transmitting or using the content of this website in any way whatsoever, for any public or commercial purpose, is not permitted without prior and express written consent from Nors.
You may only use the information, text, figures or graphics contained on this website for your personal use and never for commercial purposes, and you must not partially or fully reproduce, modify, transmit, authorise or publish such information, for any purpose, without prior written authorisation from the Nors group.
For any issues regarding the processing of your data, please contact us through the following means:
Address: Rua Manuel Pinto de Azevedo, 711, 1st floor, 4149-010 Porto – Portugal
The Nors group uses ‘cookies’ technology to help determine the website’s use, interest and number of visits, so that browsing may be quicker and more efficient, while also avoiding the need for the user to repeatedly input the same information.
Cookies are small text files that are stored on the devices used to access the Internet, through the browser, where only the information related to your preferences is retained and they do not, therefore, include your personal data.
All browsers allow the user to accept, block or delete cookies, namely by selecting the appropriate definitions in the respective browser.
On the Nors website you may find links to other websites external to the Group, no liability whatsoever being accepted for the content, accuracy, credibility and functionalities of third-party websites. Such links are provided in good faith and Nors cannot be held liable for any changes that may be made to third party websites.
Providing links to other websites external to Nors shall not imply the assumption of liabilities regarding such websites. We strongly recommend that you obtain information and carefully read the legal information and privacy policies of all websites that you visit.
Nors has technical and organisational procedures in place that aim to avoid any breach of security and undue access to personal data, as well as their illicit destruction or use.
Despite every endeavour, it is not possible for Nors to guarantee the full and absolute inviolability of the information received, taking into account the insecure nature of open networks, as is the case of the Internet.
Nors shall not be liable for any damages as a result of a virus or other elements that may equally threaten your computer.
Nors reserves the right to amend these Terms and Conditions at any given moment and without prior notice, and so we advise you to visit this page regularly to review the information contained on the website and any additional information.
The way you use this website and its content is entirely your responsibility and you do so at your own risk.
These Terms and Conditions are governed by Portuguese law.