Privacy Policy

Serbian: Privacy Policy

This privacy policy (Privacy Policy) sets out the ways in which CA IMMO DOO BEOGRAD (NOVI BEOGRAD) can collect and process your personal data.

The words “we”, “us” and “our” in this Privacy Policy refer to the company CA IMMO DOO BEOGRAD, which you are interacting with. We will make it clear here which entity that is; “website/web location” refers to the web location that you are visiting or that you are dealing with; and “you” and “your” refer to you, the person working with us, doing business with us, registering for our events or services, or visiting our website. If you are visiting one of our websites, registering for one of our events, cooperating with us, or communicating with us in any other way, we may collect and process your personal data. We are strongly committed to protecting and preserving the privacy of such collected information, and we always adhere to the applicable laws.

Categories of personal data and purposes of processing

You can use our website anonymously, without providing any personal data. In that case, CA IMMO DOO BEOGRAD will only collect the following data based on your use:
The page you used to reach our website, the date and time of access, the quantity of transferred data, the status of the transfer, the type of web browser, the IP address, the operating system and interface, the language and the version of the browser software.
Your IP address will be used to provide you with access to our website.
Data, including the IP address, will be used for improving the quality and services on our website by analysing the needs and interests of our users.

Disclosing personal data

We can disclose your personal data to: affiliated companies, data processors, who will be processing your personal data on our behalf in accordance with the written instructions and for the above-stated purposes, and other recipients if we are obliged and in accordance with a court order or an order issued by a different state authority, or in accordance with the applicable law.

Transfer of data to third parties

We can transfer your personal data to recipients outside the EU/EEA (”third countries”), that is, to our affiliated companies and data processors. Such transfers will take place under the following protective measures:
- if the EU Commission decides that the third country in question provides an adequate level of protection;
- that the recipient from the USA is bound by the EU-USA Data Privacy Framework, whereby the EU Commission has decided that such companies provide an adequate level of protection;
- if the EU Commission has not decided that a third country provides an adequate level of protection, then due to the local legislation of that country or the international obligations concluded by that country, such a country provides an adequate level of protection.
In such cases, we will do everything to make sure that your personal data receives an adequate level of protection, which includes the use of the Standard Contractual Clauses approved by the European Commission for transfers to countries not designated as providing an adequate level of protection. Standard Contractual Clauses are available in different languages on the following link:
For more information related to the use of the Standard Contractual Clauses, you can contact us via telephone +381 (11) 6555555 or via email .
In other cases, we can transfer your personal data to third countries based on your explicit consent. .

Legal basis for processing

Processing your personal data can be based on the following legal bases: - You gave consent for processing your personal data for one or several specific purposes;
- To provide you with the information or services you requested from us. This information can include your name, address, e-mail, telephone number and other relevant information;
- To stay in touch with you as our business partners and to notify you about our business activities and events. This information can include your name, address, e-mail, telephone number and other relevant information;
- To fulfil our contractual obligations to you. This information can include your name, address, e-mail, telephone number, function, job position, company and type of cooperation with us;
- To improve our website. This information may include your IP address, geographical location, information about the device, type of browser, source of the recommendation, duration of the visit, operating system, number of page views, the pages you viewed and similar information. For more information on cookies, see below;
- Compliance with legal obligations or requirements;
- To send you promotional messages regarding our activities, including invitations to other events. This information can include your name, address, e-mail, telephone number and other relevant information;
- For recruiting new employees, this information can include your name, address, e-mail, telephone number, date of birth, information about your education and experience, CV, photograph and other relevant information.

Particularly sensitive information

Unless we explicitly request it, please do not submit or disclose any particularly sensitive personal data (e.g. data relating to racial or ethnic origin, political views, religion or any other beliefs, health, criminal history or trade union membership), either via the website or otherwise. If we ask you or invite you to submit particularly sensitive personal data, we shall do so with your explicit consent..

Your rights

AIf you gave your consent to certain forms of the collection, processing and use of your personal data, you may withdraw this consent at any time, making it effective for the future.
According to the applicable data protection regulations, you have the right to ask for access to your personal data, ask for the correction, deletion or limitation of your personal data, to ask for the transferability of your data, to ask not to be the subject of the decision based exclusively on automated processing, including profiling, which produces legal effects or that significantly affects you.
When processing your personal data is based on your consent, you have the right to withdraw your consent at any time, without affecting the lawfulness of processing based on consent before its withdrawal.
In order to exercise your rights, contact us by telephone +381 (11) 6555555 or email
In addition, you have the right to file a complaint to the competent supervisory authority for data protection. .

Personal data retention period

We will only retain your personal data for as long as it is necessary for the purposes for which it was collected or received, or in order to comply with any of the applicable legal requirements. When your consent is the legal basis for personal data processing, we will retain it until you withdraw the consent.

Cookies and other monitoring technologies

A “COOKIE” is a small textual file that can be used for collecting data about your activities on a web page, but it generally does not allow us to identify you in person. At the same time, “a cookie” is a small file that the web page can send to your browser and that can then be stored on your hard disk. The use of cookies is now the standard operating procedure for most web pages. Most web browsers can be configured in such a way as to enable cookies or to be notified before accepting cookies.
Our website does not use “cookies” for collecting data.
Also, we do not use Google analytics or any type of similar service for data collection. We suggest that you install in your web browsers Privacy Badger (a free extension created by the Electronic Frontier Foundation - EFF, an organization dealing with the protection of rights in a digitalized world), or other tool that protects you from being monitored while browsing the web.

Changes to the Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy is subject to changes. Your use of the Website after a change to the Privacy Policy means that you accept the changed text of the Privacy Policy.


For more information related to this Privacy Policy, you can contact us by telephone +381 (11) 6555555 or by email .