The Fish Track app: a product of BOSSS bv, with registered office at Doelweg 6, 2990 Loenhout, Belgium, registered under company number 0645.700.294.
User or ‘you’: any natural person (B2C) or legal entity (B2B) that is or will be in a relationship of any kind with the Fish Track app or website.
Act: art. 129 of the Act on electronic communication, as amended by W 2012-07- 10/04, art. 90, 017; (entry into force: 04-08-2012) (URL).
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The original agreement was written in Dutch. Where a translated version of the terms and conditions differs from the Dutch version, the Dutch version shall prevail.