The present website www.ilios-sandals.com.com (hereinafter "the Site") is published by ilios (hereinafter "the Publisher"), a simplified joint stock company with a capital of €10,000, registered with the Créteil Trade and Companies Register under number 894 189 943, whose registered office is at 16 avenue du Nord 94100 Saint Maur des fossés.
APE code : 4791 B
VAT NUMBER : FR 18 894 189 943
Customer service: : firstname.lastname@example.org
Hosting : the Site is hosted by the company GoDaddy
14455 N. Hayden Rd. Ste 226 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 USA
Telephone: 09 75 18 70 39 Fax number: (480) 624 - 2546
Mail : HQ@godaddy.com
Report abuse: email@example.com
Director of the publication: Marie CHACHUAT
By accessing or using the Site, the Internet user acknowledges that he or she has read these Legal Notices and Conditions of Use and agrees to comply with them without reservation. Consequently, access to and use of the content of the Site automatically entails unreserved acceptance and application of these terms and conditions.
The Publisher endeavours to ensure, to the best of its ability, the accuracy and updating of the information published on this Site, the content of which it reserves the right to correct at any time and without notice. However, the Publisher cannot guarantee the accuracy, precision or exhaustiveness of the information made available on this Site.
Consequently, the Publisher declines all responsibility for :
- any interruption of the Site;
- any occurrence of errors or malfunctions during the use or consultation of the Site;
- any damage resulting from fraudulent intrusion by a third party leading to a modification of the information on the Site or making access impossible;
- and more generally for any damage, direct or indirect, whatever the cause, origin, nature or consequences, caused by anyone's access to the Site or resulting from the impossibility of accessing it, from the use of the Site and/or from the credit given to any information coming directly or indirectly from the latter.
In particular, the Publisher assumes no responsibility for any damage that may be caused to the computer hardware, software and data of the Internet user as a result of accessing this Site, using or downloading any of its elements (data, texts, images, videos, sounds, etc.).
All elements of the Site, whether visual or audio, including its structure and content, as well as the databases and technology (software) that make it up or allow its operation and/or use, are the exclusive property of the Publisher and are protected by the Intellectual Property Code.
Any reproduction of the Site, in whole or in part, for other purposes is expressly prohibited by Articles L. 342-1 and L. 342-2 of the Intellectual Property Code. The communication to the public of all or part of the content of the Site, in any form and to any audience whatsoever, is also prohibited.
In particular, the use of the content of the Site for commercial purposes is expressly prohibited.
Consequently, it is forbidden to copy, modify or create a derivative work from the Site or any of its elements, as well as to carry out reverse engineering operations in order to find and/or copy the source codes of the software (with the exception of the cases provided for by law); it is also forbidden to sell, assign, sub-license or transfer in any way whatsoever to third parties any right relating to the software making up the Site or allowing its operation and/or use.
Similarly, it is also forbidden to modify this software or to use modified versions of it, and in particular (without this list being exhaustive) with a view to obtaining unauthorised access to the service and to accessing the Site by any means other than through the interface provided to the Internet user by the Publisher for this purpose.
In the event of any difficulty in the interpretation or execution of the present contract, the Parties shall endeavour to resolve the dispute amicably.
Any dispute that may arise between the parties as a result of the formation, interpretation and/or execution of these terms and conditions shall, in the absence of an amicable settlement, fall within the exclusive jurisdiction of the French courts.