Privacy statement of VDVS

VDVS respects the privacy of visitors to this website. No cookies are stored. Personal data, your IP address and/or data regarding your browser are not stored.

If you make use of the opportunity to request information via this website, then your data (name, (e-mail)address and/or Internet address) will be used for replies. Your privacy shall also be respected in that case. Your data shall not be stored or used for purposes other than to respond to your request.

If you make use of links on this website to other websites, VDVS bears no responsibility for the use and the registration of your personal data by other websites. The guarantees of VDVS are not applicable to such use.

If you share information on this website via social media, such as, amongst others, LinkedIn, Twitter and/or Facebook, VDVS equally bears no responsibility for your personal data being visible and the registration of your data by social media. The use of social media is exclusively subject to the terms and conditions and (privacy) safeguards of the relevant social media websites.

VDVS processes exclusively data of its clients for the purpose of the handling of matters which are to be handled upon the request of the client. It is required to verify the identity of clients in advance of taking matters in hand on the basis of the rules of the Netherlands Bar Association. Personal identity documents are only inspected; they are not stored. Business data, including administrative data, are stored for a minimum of seven (7) years after the file has been closed.

VDVS has taken technical and organisational measures to protect the personal data of clients against loss or unlawful processing. Data are treated with all due confidentiality and are securely stored.

Clients have the right to inspect, to correct or to request erasure of their stored personal data. The erasure of personal data shall not adversely affect the obligations of VDVS on the basis of the rules of the Netherlands Bar Association.

In the event a dispute should arise concerning the storage of personal data by VDVS, an interested party has the right to submit a complaint to the Personal Data Authority. For further information on this, please consult