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Personal data at HOMEstate

Introduction – What are personal data? In contact with HOMEstate, in some cases, personal data may be transmitted. “Personal Data” means any kind of information that can directly or indirectly identify a living person. HOMEstate is personally responsible for the information provided and is available at Below is a description of the guidelines that HOMEstate applies for personal data processing and more. Additional guidelines may apply in specific cases. These guidelines do not limit the rights provided by law or other legally binding provision

HOMEstate’s general rules on personal data

The general rules mean that HOMEstate always processes personal data in accordance with applicable privacy laws, respecting personal privacy and all personal data processing rests on a legal basis.

Collection of personal data

Usually, can be visited without collecting your personal information or similar data. On those types of visits we only collect information that is used for statistical purposes and the visitor remains anonymous. Examples of such information are the duration of the visit, how long the visit lasts and which pages are visited. On the other hand, so-called cookies are used when are visited, read more about our cookie-policy below. When visitin can personal information voluntary be given to HOMEstate via the website. In addition, HOMEstate may access personal data when, for example, someone sends their information to HOMEstate by letter, e-mail, telephone or by receiving HOMEstate data from public records


HOMEstate only collects personal information for certain specific purposes. The general purpose is usually to perform a service (or similar) that the requested person / company has requested. HOMEstate does not process personal data for purposes that are incompatible with the original purpose. Further information on the purpose for which the personal data is used is in connection with the disclosure of personal data, for example, in connection with the e-mail form or in the terms of the contract.


HOMEstate strives to process personal data with the consent of the person concerned. A given consent can always be revoked. If a consent is revoked, HOMEstate will not process the personal information further or update previously submitted information. For cases where a consent is revoked, treatment is terminated immediately. However, it should be noted that in spite of withdrawn consent, some processing may be necessary to comply with law or agreement.

Transmission of personal data

Personal data may be handed over to partners, for example to complete the request.


HOMEstate takes technical and organizational measures to protect the personal data being processed so that the data is not lost, destroyed, manipulated or becomes available to unauthorized persons. The measures aim at achieving a level of security that is sufficiently high in view of the technical possibilities available.


HOMEstate does not keep personal data longer than necessary. When personal data is no longer required, they are deleted. This applies, for example, when a question has been answered or when a contractual relationship has been terminated and the parties’ transactions are finalized. In some cases, however, the data may need to be saved even afterwards, for example for accounting purposes.

Right to receive information and corrections

Everyone is entitled to, upon request, find out to what extent information about their own person is treated by HOMEstate. If such personal data are available at HOMEstate, the requested person receives the information, upon request, information about which personal data are processed, where they were collected, for which purpose the treatment is being conducted and to whom the information is disclosed. The request for information regarding personal data processing is available at Everyone has the right to request correction, blocking or deletion of personal information that is incorrect or processed in violation of applicable law. HOMEstate is then obliged to take such action.


The information on this page applies to HOMEstate and to the website, unless otherwise stated. In cases where this website contains links to other websites, the information does not apply to such websites. HOMEstate also does not respond to the content of such websites.

Changes to personal data processing

If there are changes in how HOMEstate handles personal information, it will be announced on this page. For example, procedures for treatment may change if the legislation changes.

Contact – Personnel Information

Questions regarding HOMEstate personal data processing can be addressed to our personal information representative, which can be obtained from


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