ARTICLE 1: OBJECTThe purpose of the present "general conditions of use" is to provide a legal framework for the use of the www.himesama.fr website and its services. This contract is concluded between :
The manager of the website, hereinafter referred to as "the Publisher",
Any natural or legal person wishing to access the website and its services, hereinafter referred to as "the User".
The general terms and conditions of use must be accepted by every User, and access to the website implies acceptance of these terms.
ARTICLE 2: ACCESS TO SERVICE
The user of the site www.himesama.fr access to the following services:
- Connection to the site
- Creating a customer account
- Purchase of articles
- Contact form
Any user with internet access can access for free and from anywhere at the site. The costs supported by the user to access it (Internet connection, computer hardware, etc.) are not the responsibility of the publisher. The site and its various services may be interrupted or suspended by the publisher, in particular on the occasion of maintenance, without obligation of notice or justification.
ARTICLE 3: RESPONSABILITY OF THE USER
The user is responsible for the risks associated with the use of his login identifier and password. The user's password must remain secret. In case of password disclosure, the publisher declines any responsibility. The user assumes full responsibility for the use he makes information and content on the site www.himesama.fr.
Any use of the user by the user who directly or indirectly for the consequence of the damage must be compensated for the site.
ARTICLE 4: LIABILITY OF THE PUBLISHER
Any malfunction of the server or network can not engage the liability of the publisher. Similarly, the responsibility of the site can not be engaged in case of force majeure or the unpredictable and insurmountable fact of a third party.
The site www.himesama.fr undertakes to implement all the means necessary to guarantee the security and confidentiality of the data. However, it does not provide a total security guarantee.
The publisher reserves the faculty of a non-guarantee of the reliability of the sources, although the information disseminated on the site are deemed reliable.
ARTICLE 5: INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
The contents of the site www.himesama.fr (logos, texts, graphic elements, videos, etc.) are protected by copyright, under the Intellectual Property Code.
The user will have to obtain the authorization of the publisher of the site before reproduction, copy or publication of these different contents.
These can be used by users for private purposes; Any commercial use is prohibited.
The user is fully responsible for any content he puts online and he undertakes not to infringe a third party.
The site publisher reserves the right to moderate or delete freely and at any time the contents put online by users, without justification.
ARTICLE 6: PERSONAL DATA
The company Loïc Artieri undertakes to preserve the confidentiality of the information provided by the user, that it would be required to transmit for the use of certain services. Any information concerning it is subject to the provisions of Law No. 78-17 of 6 January 1978. As such, the user has a right of access, modification and removal of information. He can request it at any time by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
ARTICLE 7: HYPERTEXT LINKS
The areas to which the hypertext links are conducted on the site do not engage the liability of the publisher of www.himesama.fr, which does not control these links.
It is possible for one third to create a link to a site page www.himesama.fr without express permission of the publisher.
ARTICLE 8: EVOLUTION OF THE CONDITIONS OF USE
The site www.himesama.fr reserves the right to modify the clauses of these terms and conditions of use at any time and without justification.
ARTICLE 9: DURATION OF THE CONTRACT
The duration of this contract is indeterminate. The contract produces its effects with respect to the user from the beginning of the use of the service.
ARTICLE 10: APPLICABLE LAW AND COMPETENT JURISDICTION
This contract depends on French legislation. In case of unresolved dispute between the user and the publisher, the courts of Nice (France) are competent to settle the litigation.