Basic Policy for Internet

Our homepage is only a homepage for corporate public relations, not a sales advertisement.

On the net, artificial writings that induce reputation or writings that are unfounded content constitute civil unlawful acts (Articles 709 and 710 of the Civil Code) as defamation, resulting in damages, Above all, it falls under penalty of defamation (Article 230 of the Penal Code), credit and business obstruction (Article 233 of the Criminal Code), and disruption of business such as computer damage (Article 234 of the Penal Code).

Regarding writings similar to reputational damage and writings that are unfounded about the Orient Building Group and properties, we will consult with specialists and lawyers, identify the address etc., and make a strict legal decision. You.

We have a lawyer at Arcien, a professional internet law firm, who is consistently in charge of Internet response.