Terms and conditions of use
ARTICLE 1: Purpose
The purpose of these “general conditions of use” is to provide a legal framework for the use of the https://www.vignoble-evasion.fr/ website.
This contract is between :
The operator of the website, hereinafter referred to as the “Publisher”,
Any individual or legal entity wishing to access the site and its services, hereinafter referred to as the “User”.
The general conditions of use must be accepted by all Users, and access to the site implies acceptance of these conditions.
ARTICLE 2: Legal information
The https://www.vignoble-evasion.fr/ website is published by Vignoble Évasion SAS, a company with capital of €2,500, whose registered office is at 117 Quai de Bacalan, 33300 BORDEAUX, represented by Mrs Léa BRYCHE, in her capacity as President.
The http://www.vignoble-evasion.fr/ website is edited by Léa BRYCHE, 120 rue Prunier, 33300 BORDEAUX.
ARTICLE 3: Site access
Any User with access to the Internet can access https://www.vignoble-evasion.fr/ free of charge from anywhere. The Publisher shall not be liable for any costs incurred by the User in accessing the Site (Internet connection, computer equipment, etc.).
ARTICLE 4 : Responsibility of the User
Users assume full responsibility for their use of the information and content available on the https://www.vignoble-evasion.fr/ website.
ARTICLE 5 : Responsibility of the Publisher
The Publisher cannot be held responsible for any server or network malfunction.
Similarly, the site cannot be held liable in the event of force majeure or the unforeseeable and insurmountable act of a third party.
The https://www.vignoble-evasion.fr/ website undertakes to use all necessary means to guarantee the security and confidentiality of data. However, it does not provide a total guarantee of safety.
The Editor reserves the right not to guarantee the reliability of sources, although the information published on the site is deemed reliable.
ARTICLE 6: Intellectual property
The contents of the https://www.vignoble-evasion.fr/ website (logos, texts, graphics, videos, etc.) are protected by copyright under the French Intellectual Property Code.
The User must obtain permission from the Site Editor before reproducing, copying or publishing any of this content.
These can be used by users for private purposes; any commercial use is forbidden.
ARTICLE 7: Personal data
A contact form is available for the User to request a quote and/or information. The personal information collected is recorded in a file used by Vignoble Évasion to provide a response to the User. They are kept for two years and are intended for Vignoble Évasion. They are not stored on the site and are not transferred to third parties.
The https://www.vignoble-evasion.fr/ website guarantees respect for the User’s privacy, in accordance with the French Data Protection Act no. 78-17 of January 6, 1978.
In accordance with articles 39 and 40 of the French Data Protection Act of January 6, 1978, the User has the right to access, rectify, delete and object to his or her personal data. The User exercises this right via :
A contact form ;
By e-mail to email@example.com ;
By post to 117 Quai de Bacalan, 33300 BORDEAUX.
ARTICLE 8: Hypertext links
The publisher of https://www.vignoble-evasion.fr/ , who has no control over these links, is not responsible for the domains to which the hypertext links on the site lead.
It is possible for a third party to create a link to a page of the https://www.vignoble-evasion.fr/ website without the express authorization of the publisher.
ARTICLE 9: Changes to the general conditions of use
The https://www.vignoble-evasion.fr/ site reserves the right to modify the clauses of these general conditions of use at any time and without justification.
ARTICLE 10: Contract duration
The duration of this contract is indefinite. The contract is effective for the User from the first access to the site.
ARTICLE 11: Applicable law and jurisdiction
This contract is governed by French law. In the event of a dispute between the User and the Publisher that cannot be resolved amicably, the courts of Bordeaux shall have jurisdiction to settle the dispute.