Article 1. Legal information

According to Article 6 of the Act no. 2004-575 of June 21, 2004 for the Confidence in the Digital Economy, it is specified in this article the identity of the various actors in the framework of its realization and its follow-up.

The domainejeannot.com website is published by ViniTIC SAS


Headquarters: 4 rue Botha – 71100 Chalon-Sur-Saône

SIREN: 821 238 128 RCS de Chalon-Sur-Saône

E-mail: contact@vinitic.com.

The editor of the site is: Mr. Quentin Jeannot.

The domainejeannot.com is hosted by:

OVH SAS, whose registered office is located at 2 rue Kellermann - 59100 Roubaix

Phone number : 1007

Article 2. Access and navigation

The publisher implements the technical solutions at his disposal to allow access to the website 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

However, for the right management of the website, the publisher can at any time:

The connection and the navigation on the domainejeannot.com website are subject to the unreserved acceptance of the present General Conditions of Use, whatever the technical means of access and the terminals used by the User.

These TCs apply, where necessary, to any offshoot or extension of the website on existing or future social and / or community networks.

Article 3. Liability

The editor is only responsible for the content he has edited himself.

The publisher is not responsible for:

Furthermore, the website can not guarantee the accuracy, completeness, and timeliness of the information disseminated.

The User is responsible for:

Article 4. Hypertext links

The website may contain hypertext links pointing to other websites on which domainejeannot.com does not exercise control. Despite the preliminary and regular checks carried out by the publisher, the publisher declines all responsibility for the content that can be found on these websites.

The publisher authorizes the creation of hypertext links to any page or document of his website provided that the establishment of these links is not carried out for commercial or advertising purposes.

In addition, the prior information of the publisher of the website is necessary before setting up any hyperlink.

This authorization does not include websites that disseminate information that is illegal, violent, polemical, pornographic, xenophobic, discriminatory or likely to affect the sensitivity of the majority and that does not comply with the laws and regulations in force.

Finally, domainejeannot.com reserves the right to have a hypertext link to its website removed at any time if the site deems that its not in conformity with its editorial policy.

Article 5. Data gathering

No personal data is collected on this website.

Article 6. Cookies

This website uses a single cookie for statistical purposes. It makes it possible to distinguish the various users browsing the site and to record the traffic in real time.

Article 7. Intellectual property

The structure of the website, as well as the texts, graphics, images, photographs, sounds, videos and computer applications that compose it, are the property of the publisher and are protected as such by the laws in force under intellectual property.

Any representation, reproduction, adaptation or partial or total exploitation of the contents, trademarks and services offered by the site, by any means whatsoever, without the express prior written permission of the publisher is strictly prohibited and is likely to constitute an infringement within the meaning of Articles L. 335-2 et seq. of the Intellectual Property Code. And this, with the exception of the elements expressly designated as free of rights on the site.

Access to the website does not constitute recognition of a right and, in general, does not confer any intellectual property rights relating to an element of the website, which remain the exclusive property of the publisher.

The User is prohibited from introducing any data on the website that modifies or is likely to modify its content or appearance.

Article 8. Applicable Law and Jurisdiction

These Terms and Conditions of Use are governed by French law. In the event of a dispute and in the absence of an amicable agreement, the dispute shall be brought before the French courts in accordance with the rules of jurisdiction in force.

The client is informed that he may in any event resort to a mediation agreement, in particular with the Commission of the consumer (article L.612-1 of the Consumer Code) or with the bodies of mediation Sectoral agreements, or any alternative means of dispute settlement.

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