GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF USE OF THE SITE
Publication date: 04 September 2019.
The website https://www.valorex.com/ is published by SAS VALOREX, a company with share capital of €679,503 whose registered office is located at Combourtillé 35210 La Messayais, registered in the RENNES Trade and Companies Register under number 389 863 986.
Tel.: +33 (0) 2 99 97 63 33.
Stéphane Deleau, Managing Director of SAS VALOREX
Web and Cow Website developer based in Rennes
RENNES TRADE AND COMPANIES REGISTER (RCS) 752 205 880
4 bis allée du Bâtiment
Tél. : +33 (0) 6 47 52 18 78
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GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF USE OF THE SITE
These General Terms and Conditions of Use (hereinafter “T&Cs“) govern the terms and conditions of use of the site accessible at https://www.valorex.com/ (hereinafter the “ Site ” or the “Website”) published by VALOREX (hereinafter the “Company“).
Any person browsing the Website is a User.
ARTICLE 1 – ACCEPTANCE AND AMENDMENT OF THE GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF USE
Use of the Website is subject to compliance with these T&Cs. All Users acknowledge that they accept the T&Cs, without reservation, solely based on their use of the Website.
The T&Cs may be amended by the Company at any time to reflect changes in the Site and changes in applicable regulations. The new version of the T&Cs will be made available on the Site.
The User may regularly consult them.
ARTICLE 2 – CONTENT – INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
All trademarks, photographs, texts, comments, illustrations, animated or non-animated images, video sequences, sounds, as well as all computer applications that could be used to operate the Site and more generally all elements reproduced or used on the Site are protected by the laws in force under intellectual property law.
They are the full and complete property of the Company or its partners. Any reproduction, representation, use or adaptation, in any form whatsoever, of all or part of these elements, including computer applications, without the prior written consent of the Company, is strictly prohibited. Failure by the Company to initiate proceedings as soon as it becomes aware of such unauthorised uses does not constitute acceptance of such uses and a waiver of legal prosecution.
ARTICLE 3 – HYPERLINKS
Sites linked directly or indirectly to this Site are not under the control of the Company, therefore the Company assumes no responsibility for the information published on these sites. Links to external sites are provided for convenience only and do not imply any guarantee as to their content
ARTICLE 4 – SECURITY NOTICE
In order to ensure security and to ensure access to all, the Site uses software to control access to the Site, to identify unauthorised attempts to connect or change information, or any other action that may cause damage. Unauthorised attempts to load information, alter information, cause damage and in general any damage to the availability and integrity of this Site are strictly prohibited and punishable.
ARTICLE 5 – PROTECTION OF PERSONAL DATA AND COOKIES
The User is invited to consult the personal data protection policy.
ARTICLE 6 – COMMITMENTS
6.1. User Commitments
The User undertakes to use the Site in accordance with these T&Cs.
The User acknowledges having the necessary skills and resources to access and use the Website, and acknowledges having checked that the computer configuration used does not contain any viruses and that it is in perfect working order.
The user undertakes to put in place all necessary measures to protect his/her computer system against contamination by potential viruses and against any attempted intrusion by third parties.
The User is liable for any loss or damage, whether tangible or intangible, that results from the use of the Site. He/she uses the information available on the Site under his/her sole responsibility. He/she must, if required, carry out the necessary checks.
The User undertakes not to infringe upon the rights of third parties or the image of the Company and to respect the integrity of the Site. He/she shall refrain from impeding or forcing the operation of the Site, fraudulently modifying, altering or deleting content accessible via the Site and fraudulently entering data on the Site.
6.2. The Company’s Commitments
The Company makes its best efforts to ensure that the Site is accessible. The unavailability of the Site, regardless of the cause, does not entitle the User to compensation.
The Company may not be held liable in the event of force majeure, a malfunction of the network and/or servers, or breakdowns and maintenance interventions necessary for the proper functioning of the Site or any other event beyond its control. The Company may not be held liable for any material or immaterial damage that may result in any way from connection to the Site.
The content of the Site may include errors or inaccuracies despite the Company’s best efforts. The Company undertakes to correct them as soon as possible, but the Site User must carry out all necessary checks and is solely responsible for the use he/she makes of the information provided.
ARTICLE 7 – SITE MANAGEMENT
For the proper management of the Site, the Company may at any time:
- Suspend, interrupt and limit access to all or part of the Website, reserve access to the Website, or to certain parts of the Website, for a specific category of users
- Delete any information that may disrupt the Website’s operation or that is in contradiction with national or international law(s);
- Temporarily shut down the site in order to carry out updates.
ARTICLE 8 – MISCELLANEOUS
If any of the clauses is declared null and void, it shall be deemed unwritten but shall not invalidate the other clauses of these T&Cs .
Failure by the Company to exercise any of the rights arising from these T&Cs does not constitute a waiver of its rights.
ARTICLE 9 – APPLICABLE LAW – JURISDICTION
These T&Cs are subject to French law.
Any dispute that may arise from the application of these T&Cs and that cannot be resolved amicably is submitted, (notwithstanding multiple defendants and/or third-party appeals, even for emergency procedures or protective procedures in summary proceedings or by petition):
- for disputes with one or more individuals, to the jurisdiction of the competent French courts;
- for disputes between professionals, to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of the jurisdiction in which the Company has its registered office.