Website Legal Notice
Editor & Host
The website's Publications Director (as defined below) is the company:
Trade Register of Grenoble No. B 383 433 117
Whose headquarters are at 2 Boulevard Formenteaux, 72510 MANSIGNE - FRANCE
The Publications Director is Marc Cikankowitz
The host for this website is:
2 rue Kellermann
Terms and conditions
By accessing the Cathild INDUSTRIE website whose homepage is at the address http://www.cathild.com and all of its tree structure (hereinafter called overall the "Website"), you accept this legal notice and in particular these terms and conditions of use. Therefore any browsing and/or use of on the Website confirms acceptance of these terms and conditions. If these terms and conditions are not accepted, any browsing and/or use of the Website must cease.
The Website and its content, including that relating to products is only provided for illustrative purposes and does not, in any case, constitute an offer. This information may be amended without notice and at any time at the sole discretion of Publications Director. Accordingly, and in any event, the Publications Director cannot be bound by any contractual obligation in respect of the information, particularly concerning the products presented. You are expressly reminded that the Publications Director cannot be held responsible for the use of content from independent websites whose links may appear on www.cathild.com
Intellectual property rights
The entire website is subject to the French and international copyright and intellectual property legislation. All rights of reproduction and dissemination are reserved, including downloadable documents, animations, photos and iconographic representations. The reproduction and/or whole or partial dissemination of the Website using networks or on any medium, electronic or not, is formally prohibited unless express permission is granted by the Publications Director.
Therefore, as a non-exhaustive example, the use of the Cathild INDUSTRIE name or Cathild INDUSTRIE logo especially as an Internet link either to the address http://www.cathild.com or to any other website is prohibited, without prior written permission from the Publications Director.
It is specified that:
- linking to the Website may not be performed without permission from the Publications Director,
- the use of the Website, in whole or in part, by means of framing is formally prohibited.
Informatics and data freedoms
You can contact the Publications Director on the Website by completing an electronic form.
The Publications Director may therefore ask you for personal, mandatory and/or optional information to complete forms, such as, your name, physical address and email address, etc.
Not completing the available fields will not have any consequences apart from giving the Publications Director the opportunity to reply to you. The Publications Director shall then use this information solely to reply to you by their chosen means, i.e., as a non-exhaustive example, by post, telephone or email.
In any event, The Publications Director undertakes to respect the confidentiality of the information provided by visitors to the Website. Similarly, the Publications Director shall not trade information from visitors to third parties. In order to respond to your requests the Publications Director may transfer your personal data to its local companies who will be bound to comply with the French "Informatics and Freedoms" act of 6 January 1978 and European directive 97/66/EC. Moreover, in accordance with Articles 27 and 34 of the "Informatics and Freedoms" act of 6 January 1978, you have the right to access, amend and correct any data relating to you by contacting the Publications Director .
Collecting statistical data
It is specified that the Publications Director may measure, by way of an illustrative and non-exhaustive example, the number of pages viewed, the number of visits and browsing by visitors on the Website with the aim of improving the Website's performance.
The Publications Director shall use the log files issued by and stored on its server to do this.
The log files - kept for one year - trace the IP address of the Internet user and their navigation path.
The Publications Director shall analyse visitors to the Website by using these connection data to find out their IP addresses. This information is not kept beyond a year.