WHY DOES SCP PROCESS PERSONAL DATA?
SCP processes personal data to be able to offer certain services and to be able to communicate personally with you.
PURPOSE OF PROCESSING PROCESS PERSONAL DATA
SCP processes personal data exclusively for the purposes set out below:
- The provision of various real estate related services.
- For compliance and legal obligations.
- For marketing and business development activities.
- Recruitment (job application).
WHAT KIND OF PERSONAL DATA DOES ARE COLLECTED?
SCP processes the following types or categories of personal data to be able to provide its services. Most of these personal data are provided by the data subject on his or her own initiative: name, address, business address, date of birth, (mobile) telephone number, TIN number, bank account number, resume, diplomas and other documents from the personnel file, copy of ID certificate, civil status, e-mail address and nationality.
SCP processes your personal details because you, as the data subject, have provided them on your own initiative, SCP has obtained the personal data within the framework of the provision of services, as third parties have provided the personal data or the personal data have been made available via public sources.
SCP will process the personal data using on or more of the following legal grounds:
- The processing of data is necessary for the performance of an agreement.
- The data processing is necessary for the fulfilment of a legal obligation.
- The data processing is necessary to safeguard the legitimate interests of SCP; and/or
- The data processing is authorised by the data subject(s).
WITH WHOM WILL THE PERSONAL DATA BE SHARED?
SCP will only share your personal data with third parties to the extent necessary to provide services and with due observance of the aforementioned purposes. This includes engagement of a lawyer, civil law notary, auditor, tax advisor, real estate broker, business partner or another third party on behalf of and at the instruction of SCP.
In addition, SCP may provide personal data to a third party, such as a supervising authority or another institution with public authority, in so far as there is a statutory obligation to do so.
A processing agreement will be concluded with the third party that processes your personal data on behalf of SCP, as a result of which that third party will also be obliged to comply with the GDPR. Third parties engaged by SCP, which offer services as data controllers, are responsible for the (further) processing of your personal data themselves and for the compliance with the GDPR. This includes, for example, an accountant, civil-law notary, or any other third party engaged.
RIGHT OF ACCESS AND COPY OF THE REPORT
A request for access, correction, restriction, objection, transferability of data, deletion of your personal data or revocation of previously given consent, can be sent to SCP. You will receive further information within four weeks upon receipt of your request. Please note that there may be circumstances in which SCP is entitled to refuse your request for access to copies of personal data, for example based on contractual confidentiality or retention periods.
Your requests, as referred to above, can be addressed to:
SCP has taken technical and organizational measures to ensure an appropriate level of security to protect your personal data from unauthorized or unlawful processing and from loss, destruction, damage, alteration or disclosure. In the event that SCP makes use of services provided by third parties, such as an IT supplier, SCP will, in the context of the protection of personal data, lay down an agreement on adequate security measures in a processing agreement.
USE OF SOCIAL MEDIA
The SCP website includes buttons to link to or to share web pages on social (media) networks or websites of third parties, such as LinkedIn. SCP does not supervise these pages and is not responsible for the processing of your personal data by and through such third parties. The use of these media is therefore at your own risk. Before you use the services of third parties, please be advised to read the privacy statement of those third parties.
STATISTICS AND COOKIES
SCP keeps track of the usage data of its website for statistical purposes. The personal data collected in this way are in principle anonymous and will not be sold by SCP to third parties. To increase the ease of use of the SCP website, so-called ‘cookies’ are used. A cookie is a small text file that is placed on your computer, tablet or smartphone during your visit to the SCP website. You can refuse the use of these cookies at any time, although this may limit the functionality and ease of use of the website.
On the website of the Authority for Consumers and Markets you will find more information about cookies and how you can block or delete them (https://www.consuwijzer.nl/telecompost/internet/privacy/uitleg-cookies).
ENTRY INTO FORCE AND AMENDMENTS
This privacy statement entered into force on July 1, 2022. SCP has the right to amend the content of this privacy statement at any time without prior notice. Amendments to the privacy statement will be published on the SCP website. You should therefore consult the website regularly.
QUESTIONS AND CONTACT
If you object to the processing of certain personal data or if you have any questions about this, please
For more information about the processing of personal data, please contact the Dutch Data Protection