Legal information

1. Website presentation.

Under the article 6 of the Act 2004-575 of the 21st of June 2004 in regards to the Confidence in the Digital Economy, it is stated to the users of the website the identity of the different participants in the context of its creation and its tracking :

Owner: Le Tilleuil – SA – chemin du mas Llaro, 66000 Perpignan – France
Creator: Ligne-Claire
Publication manager: Francis Welinger – 00.33(0)6 19 82 62 16
The publication manager is a physical person or a moral person.
Webmaster: Sébastien Boureau – 00.33(0)6 25 73 51 55
Website host: LWS – 4, RUE GALVANI 75838 PARIS CEDEX 17 – France
Credits: legal notices have been generated and offered by Subdelirium legal notices

2. General terms of the web site use and the services provided.

The use of the website involves the full and unconditional acceptance of the general terms of use described as follow. These conditions of use may be amended of changes or filled in at any time. The users of the website are therefore invited to refer to them regularly.
This website is normally accessible to the users at any time. Nevertheless an interruption for some technical maintenance may be decided by the Tilleuil. In such situation, beforehand, the Tilleuil will do its best to inform the users in advance regarding the dates and hours of the intervention.
The website is regularly updated by Francis Welinger. In the same way, the legal notices can be modified at any time: nevertheless, they impose themselves to the user, that’s the reason why he is clearly invited to check them as much as he can in order to be aware of it.

3. Description of the services provided.

The purpose of the website is to provide information about the whole activities of the company.
The Tilleuil strives to provide on the website information as accurate as possible. However, he cannot be held responsible for omissions, inaccuracies and lacks in the updates, whether they are made by himself or by any third partner that provides the information.
All information mentioned on the website is given as indicative purpose only and are prone to change. Furthermore, the information on the web site is not exhaustive. It is subject to be changed since it started to be put on line.

4. Contractual limitations on the technical data.

The website uses the JavaCript technology.
The website won’t be able to be held accountable for material damages caused using the website. Furthermore, the website’s user agrees to access the web site using recent equipment, without virus and with a latest generation browser updated.

5. Intellectual property and counterfeits.

The Tilleuil owns the intellectual property rights or detains the rights of use on all accessible elements on the website, including texts, pictures, graphic designs, logotype, icons, sounds, softwares.
Any reproduction, representation, modification, publication, adaptation of whole or part of the website’s elements, whatever the mean or the process used, is just forbidden, unless a prior authorization written by: the Tilleuil.
Any exploitation of the web site, or any part of it, non-allowed will be considered as a being a counterfeit and will be pursue in accordance with the articles L.335-2 and the Intellectual Property Code.

6. Liability limitations.

The Tilleuil won’t be able to be held accountable for the direct and indirect damages caused to the user’s material while accessing the website; and resulting either by of the use of equipment which doesn’t complete the specifications mentioned in the point 4, or by a bug or a problem due to an incompatibility.
The Tilleuil won’t be able to be held accountable for the indirect damages (as for instance a loss of market or chance) consecutive to the use of the website
Interactive spaces (possibility to ask questions in the contact space) are at the users’ disposal. Without any prior formal notice, the Tilleuil reserves himself the right to delete any content that he will be found in this space which wound not suit the French legislation, in particular regarding the provisions relating to data’s protections. If so, the Tilleuil also reserves the possibility to involve the civil and/or criminal liability of the user, especially in case of racism messages, insulting, defaming, or pornographic; whatever the support used is (text, picture…).

7. Personal data management

In France, personal data shall be notably protected by the law n° 78-87 of the 6th January 1978, the law n° 2004-801 of the 6th August 2004, the act L. 226-13 of the Penal Code and the Directive European of the 24th October 1995.
By using the web site, personal data can be collected: the URL of the links through which ones the user did access to the website, the user’s internet provider, the Internet Protocol (IP) address of the user.
In any case, the Tilleuil collects this personal information belonging to the user, only for some services suggested by the website The user gives knowingly this data, especially when he does write them by himself. It is specified then to the user of the web site the obligation or not to give this information.
In accordance with the provisions of articles 38 and following the law 78-17 of the 6th January 1978 about computers, files and liberties, all user disposes the right to access, amend and object their personal data by doing a written and signed request, with a copy of an identity document with the signature of the document owner enclosed, indicating the address where he wants the response to be send.
Any personal data of the user of the web site won’t be used unbeknownst to the user, exchanged, transferred, given, or sold to any other support to a third. The only option would be the sale of the Tilleuil and his rights to its successor with the transmission of this data whom the new acquirer would have the same obligation to retain and modify this data towards the user of the website
The website is not declared to the CNIL (National Commission Computing and Liberties) because it does not collect personal data.
The databases are protected by the provisions of the Act 1st of July 1998 transposing the directive 96/9 of the 11th March 1996 relative to the legal protection of databases.

8. Hypertext links and cookies.

The web site contains quite a few hypertext links from other websites, implemented with the authorization of the Tilleuil. However, the Tilleuil does not have the possibility to check the content of these web sites visited; as a consequence he won’t assume any responsibility.
The navigation of the web site may cause some the setting of cookies on the user’s computer. A cooky is one little file that does not allow the identification of the user, but who register some information relative to the navigation of a computer on a web site. This information is meant to help the future navigation on that same website, having also the vocation to allow various measures of attendance.

To turn down the installation of a cookie can provoke the impossibility to access to some services. However the user can adjust his computer in the following way in order to refuse the cookies:

Under Internet Explorer: tool tab (a pictogram like a cog-wheel on the top right of the page) / internet option. Click on Confidentiality and select “block all cookies", then valid with OK.

Under Firefox: On the top of the browser’s window, click on the button Firefox, then go on the tab Options. Click on the tab Private life.
Configure the conservation rules on: use the custom setting for the historical. Then unmark it in order to deactivate the cookies.

Under Safari: Click on the top right of the browser on the menu pictogram (illustrated by a cog-wheel). Select Settings. Click on show Advanced settings. In the “Confidentiality" section, you have to click on Content settings. Then, in the “Cookies" section, you can block the cookies.

Under Chrome: Click on the top right of your browser on the menu pictogram (illustrated by three horizontal lines). Select Settings. Click on View the Advanced settings. In the “Confidentiality" section, you have to click on Preferences. On the tab “Confidentiality", you can block the cookies.

9. Applicable law and attribution of jurisdiction.

Any litigation related with the use of the web site is submitted to the French right. It is governed by the French Law and shall be referred exclusively to the competent courts of Paris.

10. The main laws concerned.

Law n° 78-17 of the 6th January 1978, which has been notably amended by the law n° 2004-801 of the 6th August 2004 relative to the computing, to the files and to the liberties.
Law n° 2004-575 of the 21st of June 2004 for the confidence in the digital economy.

11. Lexicon.

User: web user who connects using the website mentioned above.

Personal information: “the information that allows, whatever the way is, directly or not, the identification of the physical persons to whom it applies to" (article 4 of the law n° 78-17 of the 6th January 1978).