General terms and conditions of use of the lcntr.com website
ARTICLE 1: object
The purpose of these "general terms and conditions of use" is to provide a legal framework for the use of the lcntr.com site 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 site and its services, hereinafter called "the User".
The general conditions of use must be accepted by any User, and his access to the site constitutes acceptance of these conditions.
ARTICLE 2: Legal notices
The lcntr.com site is published by LCNTR, SAS with a capital of €10,0000, whose head office is located at 37 bis rue Pasteur 18100 Vierzon, France.
The company is represented by Joël Pobeda.
ARTICLE 3: Access to the site and services
Any User with internet access can access the site free of charge and from anywhere. The costs incurred by the User to access it (internet connection, computer equipment, etc.) are not the responsibility of the Publisher.
The site and any services to which it may give access may be interrupted or suspended by the Publisher, in particular during maintenance, without obligation of notice or justification.
ARTICLE 4: Responsibility of the User
The User assumes full responsibility for the use he makes of the information and content present on the lcntr.com website. Any use of the service by the User resulting directly or indirectly in damage must be subject to compensation for the benefit of the site.
ARTICLE 5: Liability of the Publisher
Any malfunction of the server or the network cannot engage the responsibility of the Publisher.
Similarly, the site cannot be held liable in the event of force majeure or the unforeseeable and insurmountable act of a third party.
The lcntr.com site undertakes to implement all necessary means to guarantee the security and confidentiality of data. However, it does not provide a guarantee of total security.
The Publisher reserves the right to not guarantee the reliability of the sources, although the information disseminated on the site is deemed reliable.
ARTICLE 6: Intellectual property
The contents of the lcntr.com site (logos, texts, graphic elements, videos, etc.) are protected by copyright, under the Intellectual Property Code.
The User must obtain the authorization of the publisher of the site before any reproduction, copy or publication of these various contents.
These can be used by users for private purposes; any commercial use is prohibited.
ARTICLE 7: Personal data
The User must provide personal information to send a message via the Contact page. The electronic address (e-mail) of the user may in particular be used by the lcntr.com site for the communication of various information and the management of the account. lcntr.com guarantees the respect of the privacy of the user, in accordance with the law n°78-17 of January 6, 1978 relating to data processing, files and freedoms. Under articles 39 and 40 of the French law dated January 6, 1978, the User has a right of access, rectification, deletion and opposition of his personal data. The User exercises this right via:
- The contact form
- By email to hello [at] lcntr.com
ARTICLE 8: Hypertext links
The domains to which the hypertext links on the site lead do not engage the responsibility of the Publisher of lcntr.com, which has no control over these links.
It is possible for a third party to create a link to a page on the lcntr.com site without the express authorization of the publisher.
ARTICLE 9: Evolution of the general conditions of use
The lcntr.com site reserves the right to modify the clauses of these general conditions of use at any time and without justification.
ARTICLE 10: Duration of the contract
The duration of this contract is indefinite. The contract takes effect with respect to the User from the start of the use of the service.
ARTICLE 11: Applicable law and competent jurisdiction
This contract depends on French legislation.
In the event of a dispute not resolved amicably between the User and the Publisher, the courts of Bourges are competent to settle the dispute.