Terms of service
Version in force as of December 5, 2018 and applicable to the site accessible at the URL address www.leclaireur.com (hereinafter "the Site").
The purpose of these general conditions of use (hereinafter "T & Cs") is to set the conditions for accessing the Site and using the services offered on the Site. The T & Cs apply to any variation or extension of the Site on existing or future social and / or community networks.
Any adult with access to the Site, regardless of their status (private or professional), their location, the terms of connection to the Site, the object and purpose of their access to the Site and / or use services, is a user ("the User").
Article 1 - Acceptance of the T & Cs
The User is presumed to know and accept, without reservation, all the T & Cs by the sole fact of connecting to the Site, regardless of the digital reception terminals used.
If the User does not accept all or part of the documents referred to above, he must stop using the Site.
The Publisher can modify the terms of the T & Cs at any time. The User is expressly informed that the version in force is the one posted on the Site, which the User acknowledges and accepts without restriction, committing to refer to it systematically during each connection.
Article 2 - Intellectual property rights
2.1 Copyright and / or design rights
The models represented on the Site are protected by copyright and Articles L. 511.1 et seq. Of the Intellectual Property Code relating to the protection of registered models.
Reproductions, on paper or computer, of the said Site and of the works and models reproduced therein are authorized provided that they are strictly reserved for personal use excluding any use for advertising and / or commercial purposes and / or for information and / or that they comply with the provisions of Article L. 122-5 of the Intellectual Property Code.
With the exception of the above provisions, any reproduction, representation, use or modification, by any means whatsoever and on any medium whatsoever, of all or part of the Site, of all or part of the various works and models which composing it, without having obtained the prior authorization of Leclaireur, is strictly prohibited and constitutes an offense of forgery punishable by two years' imprisonment and a fine of 150,000 Euros.
2.2 Trademark law
The names and logos L’Eclaireur, LECLAIREUR, Leclaireur and Leclaireur.com, and the products and services associated with them, are protected trademarks.
Other brands are also mentioned. They are used by Leclaireur either with the authorization of their holder, or as a simple indication of the products or services offered.
The reproduction, imitation, use or affixing of these brands without having obtained the prior authorization of Leclaireur or their respective owners constitutes an offense of counterfeiting punishable by two years' imprisonment and a fine of 150,000 Euros. .
Article 3 - Newsletters
3.1 Leclaireur offers Users the option of subscribing to newsletters published by Leclaireur (hereinafter the "Newsletter").
3.2 The User can unsubscribe from these Newsletters at any time by using the unsubscribe link at the bottom of each newsletter sent.
Article 4 - Confidentiality policy
The User can visit the Site without revealing his identity or giving any information about him.
Leclaireur respects the privacy rights of visitors to the Site and recognizes the importance of protecting the data collected about them.
We do our best to maintain an appropriate security system to ensure the security, integrity and confidentiality of the information you provide to us. We also follow strict security procedures required by applicable law. These govern the storage, use and disclosure of all the information you have provided, as well as measures intended to prevent access to it or its unauthorized use.
The information concerning you thus collected is essential to respond to your requests and is intended exclusively for Leclaireur, its subsidiaries or members of its commercial network for the purposes of surveys, analyzes, institutional communications or, if you are one. okay, commercial proposals.
Leclaireur can in no way be held responsible for the provision of sites which are the subject of a hypertext link from the site www.leclaireur.com and can not bear any responsibility for the content, products, services, etc ... available on these sites or from these sites.
These links lead to other websites controlled by other organizations. These websites have their own privacy and cookie policies and we encourage you to read them carefully. Use of these third party websites is at your own risk.
Article 6 - Information on products and services
6.1 Leclaireur reserves the right to modify the information appearing on the Site, in particular relating to the technical characteristics and to the articles and models presented, at any time, without notice, taking into account the interactivity of the Site, without this incurring any liability. of Leclaireur or its employees.
6.2 The content of the Site is presented without any guarantee of any kind.
The information on the models and their characteristics correspond to a definition at the time of the putting on line or the updates of the various pages of the Site; they are given for information only and cannot be considered as constituting a contractual offer of products or services from Leclaireur, its subsidiaries or members of its network. Errors or omissions may occur.
6.3 Access to the products and services presented on the Site may be subject to restrictions. You must therefore ensure that the law of the country from which the connection is established authorizes you to access our site.
Article 7 - Limitations of liability
7.1 The User uses the Site at his own risk.
7.2 In no case may Leclaireur, its subsidiaries or the members of its network be held liable for direct or indirect damage, and in particular material damage, loss of data or program, financial loss, resulting from access or use of this Site or any sites linked to it.
Article 8 - Applicable law
The T & Cs are subject to French internal law and in the event of a dispute, the French courts will have sole jurisdiction.
Any disputes to which the T & Cs may give rise may be subject to an attempt at prior mediation with a mediator in accordance with the provisions of Articles L.611-1 et seq. Of the Consumer Code.