Data protection policy
CC Property is regarded as the data controller under the current data protection legislation. To follow are all necessary contact details:
CC Property A/S
Østergade 4, 3. sal
DK-1100 København K
Tel: + 45 70 70 72 42
CBR-no.: 35 48 73 44
CC Property uses the following types of data on customers.
We use the personal data supplied by the customer for contractual purposes. That includes data to comply with money laundering legislation.
We only process the personal data deemed necessary.
We collect, process and store only the personal data needed to fulfil a given contract. Specifically, sources are: Personbogen (register of births, deaths, marriages etc.) Tinglysningsbogen (land registry), Erhvervsstyrelsen (Danish Business Authority), CVR-registret (Central Busines Register), SKAT (Danish tax authority) and Ejerregisteret (register of ownership).
Which type of data are necessary to collect and store for our business can also be governed by other legislation. For example, the Money Laundering Act.
We delete personal data when they are no longer necessary
We delete personal data when they are no longer necessary for the purpose for which they were collected. We usually delete when a customer relationship ends. But we always store customer data used for property transactions for at least five years, as we are compelled to do under the Money Laundering Act.
Disclosure and transfer of personal data
We only disclose or transfer personal data to our associates or others if necessary to fulfil a customer contract.
We sometimes opt to use data processors, including vendors of software, web hosting, backup, security and storage. When using such data processors, we only do so for a specific purpose and we remain responsible for ensuring that data are processed in accordance with the law and our own data protection policy.
We never disclose personal data for purposes not stipulated in the contract, such as disclosure to others for use in their marketing, unless we have agreed to do so with the customer when collecting data, or we obtain consent from the customer having informed what such data will be used for. A customer can ask us to stop disclosure of personal data at any time, regardless of whether it was agreed or the customer consented in some other manner.
We do not obtain consent from the customer if we are legally obliged to disclose personal data, e.g. as part of mandatory reporting to the authorities.
Customers have the right of access to their personal data.
They have the right to be told what data we process on them, where they comes from and what we use them for. The customer can also ask for details of how long we store personal data and who receives data on them.
However, access can be limited for the protection of personal data belonging to others, business secrets and intellectual property rights. Customers can exercise their rights by contacting us.
Customers have the right to have incorrect personal data on themselves corrected or erased.
If a customer believes that the personal data we process on them is inaccurate or incorrect, they can simply contact us to have them corrected.
In some instances, we will be obliged to erase personal data. For example if a customer withdraws consent. If such a customer believes that their data is no longer necessary for the purpose they were collected for, they can be deleted upon request. Customers can also contact us if they believe that their personal data have been processed in contravention of the law or other legal obligations.
Customers can object to us processing their personal data
Customers can object to us processing their personal data. They can also object to us disclosing personal data for marketing purposes. If an objection is justified, we will stop processing and erase that customer's data, unless we are legally obliged to retain them.
If a customer wants to exercise the right to data portability, we will provide their personal data in a commonly used format
Customers have the right to receive the personal data they have provided to us and those we have collected on the customer from other bodies on the basis of the customer's consent.
General information on exercising rights
If a customer wants access to his/her personal data, have them corrected or erased or object to us processing them, we will check whether it is possible to respond to the request as soon as possible and always within one month of the request.
The right of complaint to the Data Protection Authority
Customers are entitled to complain to the Data Protection Authority (DPA) if they believe that CC Property's processing of their personal data does not comply with the law.
The Money Laundering Act
CC Property is subject to the Act on Measures to Prevent Money Laundering and Financing of Terrorism (the Money Laundering Act), as enacted by the Consolidated Act no. 651 of 8 June 2017, and in pursuance of that act, is obliged to do the following:
- obtain details for checking identity along with a copy of legitimation documents presented by new customers,
- obtain proof and registration of transactions conducted in the course of a business relationship or from an individual transaction,
- obtain documents and records concerning investigations performed in the event of a suspicion of the customer money laundering or financing terrorism,
- inform that the information obtained on the customer will only be used to fulfil an auditor's obligations according to the Money Laundering Act, and not for such purposes as marketing,
- inform that the data can be disclosed to the SØIK (State Prosecutor for Serious Economic and International Crime) in the event of any suspicion of the customer being involved in money laundering and financing terrorism.
- inform that customers have the right of access to their own data in our keeping,
- inform that the data will be kept for five years, and will normally be erased five years after the end of any contract with the customer, and
- inform that customers have the right to have any incorrect data on them in our keeping corrected.
CC Property does not receive any amount in cash from acting as an estate agent of letting properties, or other forms of consultancy on real estate.
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