Privacy Statement Weebers Vastgoed Advocaten N.V.

Weebers Vastgoed Advocaten N.V. (hereinafter to be called: ‘WVA’) respects your privacy and processes personal data in the capacity of Processor in compliance with the European General Data Protection Regulation EU 2016/679 (hereinafter to be called: the ‘GDPR’) and the Dutch General Data Protection Regulation Implementation Act (hereinafter to be called: the ‘DGDPR’).

This Privacy statement gives effect to the information obligation to the involved whose personal data is processed by WVA.

The Privacy statement was last updated on May 1, 2018. WVA reserves the right to unilaterally revise or supplement the Privacy statement without any prior notice by changing the Privacy statement. As such, you are recommended to frequently consult the Privacy statement as it is published on the website

The Privacy statement touches on the following topics:

  • Which personal data WVA collects and in which way;
  • For which objectives and for what reasons WVA processes personal data;
  • How long WVA stores personal data;
  • With whom WVA shares personal data;
  • How personal data is protected;
  • The rights of those involved;
  • Which cookies WVA uses on its website;
  • How you can contact WVA with regards to the Privacy statement.

Personal data

Personal data refers to all information on an identified or identifiable private individual. Identifiable refers to a private person that can be identified directly or indirectly. WVA may process the following personal data:

  • First and last name, infix, title, civil status, profession;
  • E-mail address, mail and/or home address, (mobile) phone and/or fax number;
  • Information regarding the device you use to visit our website, such as an IP address;
  • Personal data provided by you as part of participating in the Speed Classes or events or meetings, such as requirements and wishes with regards to accessibility and diet;
  • Personal data provided by you as part of a job interview, such as your first and last name, date of birth, address, telephone number, e-mail address, nationality, civil status and all other personal data listed in the job interview;
  • All other personal data that is provided to WVA or that is accessible to WVA with regards to the objectives and based on the principles listed below, but not exclusively about your employer(s), financial and/or economic data, medical and/or health data, data regarding criminal conviction and/or criminal offences.

The abovementioned personal data is processed by WVA because these have been provided by you as person involved at your own initiative, have been obtained as part of the service, have been announced to us by third parties, including opposing parties, or have been published via public resources, including but not limited to the Trade register, the Cadastre or (social) media.

Objectives and principles for processing personal data

WVA can use personal data for the following objectives:

  • In order to offer optimal legal services;
  • In order to meet legal and statutory obligations;
  • In order to inform on relevant development in laws and regulations;
  • For invitations to Speed Classes or other events that might be of import to you;
  • Recruitment and selection (job interviews);
  • For collecting declarations.

WVA processes personal data based on one or more of the following legal principles:

  • The execution of an agreement;
  • Meeting a statutory obligation;
  • Justified interest;
  • Obtained permission of the person(s) involved.

Storage period

WVA does not store processed personal data any longer than necessary for the objectives listed above or as is required based on laws and regulations.

Sharing with third parties

WVA exclusively shares personal data of clients with third parties after obtaining permission and only insofar it is necessary for providing services. Think of the performance of an expert judgement or communication with opposing parties, lawyers, courts and/or other government institutions.

WVA may provide personal data to third parties, such as a supervisory body or another instance with public authority, if a statutory obligation to do so exists and WVA is not entitled to an appeal to its duty of confidentiality and/or legal privilege.

As part of its operations with external suppliers, WVA may share personal data for the objectives described in the Privacy statement, such as IT suppliers, suppliers of communications services, or other supplies to which WVA outsources certain supportive services. WVA enters into a processor’s agreement with that third party that processed personal data in name of and on behalf of WVA in its capacity as processor.

Transfer of personal data to third parties only occurs for the objectives listed in the Privacy statement and exclusively on the basis of the principles listed in the Privacy statement.

Third parties to which WVA provides personal data carry the responsibility to comply with the applicable privacy regulations. WVA is not responsible nor liable for the processing of personal data by these third parties.

In order to provide services, it may be necessary that WVA transfers your personal data to a recipient in a country outside of the European Economic Area. In such a case, WVA will ensure that such a transfer of personal data is in compliance with the applicable law and regulations.


WVA has taken fitting technological and organisational measures to secure your personal data against unauthorised or unlawful processing and against loss, destruction, damage, revision or publication. Should you have any questions regarding the security of your personal data or if there is any indication of misuse, please contact WVA at

Rights of person(s) involved

The rights of the person(s) involved include the following:

  1. Right to information:
    This right is complied to by means of the Privacy statement.
  2. Right to access, with the exception of personal notes:
    You can submit a request to gain access to your personal data collected by WVA.
  3. Right to correction, supplementation, removal or blocking:
    this concerns factual data only;
  4. Right to object:
    This right regards the right to object against or to request limitation of the processing of your personal data.
  5. Right to data portability:
    This means that you have the right to receive your data in a structured, common and machine-readable form. You have the right to transfer this data to a third party.
  6. Right to deletion:
    You have the right to submit a request to delete your personal data.
  7. Right to limitation of the processing of personal data:
    If you wish to limit the processing of personal data by WVA (In anticipation of a requested rectification of personal data, if you objected against processing or because you wish to preserve data despite unlawful processing), you can submit a request to do so.
  8. Right to revoke earlier given permission:
    At all times, you can revoke any permission given at an earlier time to process personal data.
  9. Right to lodge a complaint at a supervisory body.

In case of an appeal to one of the abovementioned rights, you should take into account that circumstances may occur during which WVA is not authorised to comply to your request. Without being exhaustive, fulfilling the duty of confidentiality, legal privilege and being able to keep meeting (other) statutory obligations, such as statutory storage periods or justified interests of the clients of WVA may, in the given circumstances, weigh more than the interests of the person(s) involved who appeal to one of the abovementioned rights.

A request regarding the abovementioned rights can be sent to the contact information below. You will receive further information regarding your request within four weeks.


Weebers Vastgoed Advocaten N.V.
P.O. Box 480

Contact person regarding the Privacy statement;
Mrs. A. van Kersbergen
Tel: 040 – 21 20 400