The use of the site is subject to compliance with these GTUs, which each user acknowledges accepting without reservation by the mere fact of accessing the site. Any user who does not wish to be bound by these GTUs must immediately renounce his or her connection to the Site and cease using it immediately.
The Site is published by the ACTIA Group, a public limited company with a capital of 15,074,955 euros, whose registered office is located at 5 rue Jorge Semprun, BP 74215, 31432 Toulouse, and identified under the number 542 080 791 in the Toulouse Trade and Companies Register, and which can be contacted on 05 61 17 61 61 (hereinafter “ACTIA”).
The director of the publication is Mr Jean-Louis PECH.
The site is hosted by the ACTIA Group, located at 5 rue Jorge Semprun, BP 74215, 31432 Toulouse, which can be contacted on 05 61 17 61 61.
2-Intellectual property rights
The ACTIA brand is registered internationally and covers all the functions of our products. The Site and any software necessarily used in connection with it may contain confidential information protected by current intellectual property law or any other law. Thus, unless otherwise stated, the intellectual property rights on the documents contained in the Site and each of the elements created for this site are the exclusive property of ACTIA, which does not grant any licence or any right other than that of consulting the Site.
The reproduction of any documents published on the Site is authorised solely for the purposes of information for personal and private use, and any reproduction of the content of this site (in whole or in part) and any use of copies made for other purposes is expressly prohibited. It is also forbidden to copy, modify, translate, create a derivative work, adapt, reverse engineer or assemble or in any other way attempt to find the source code (except as provided for by law), sell, assign, sub-license or transfer in any way whatsoever any right relating to the software. Similarly, it is also forbidden to modify the software or to use modified versions of it, in particular (without this list being exhaustive) with a view to obtaining unauthorised access to the service and to accessing the Site by any means other than the interface provided by ACTIA for this purpose. ACTIA reserves the right to claim damages in the event of infringement and more generally of its intellectual property rights.
3-Limitation of liability
ACTIA declines all responsibility :
- for any interruption of the site and its services ;
- for any virus that may cause damage to, infect or destroy your computer system or any other installation when you access this website, download a document or use any other feature of the site;
- for any occurrence of bugs;
- for any inaccuracies or omissions in the information available on this website;
- for any damage resulting from fraudulent intrusion by a third party leading to a modification of the information made available on the site;
- and more generally for any direct or indirect damage, whatever the cause, origin, nature or consequences.
The use of the elements of the site and any information included therein, as well as access to this site, are the sole responsibility of the user.
In addition, the Site may include links to other websites. ACTIA accepts no responsibility for the content, advertising, products, services or any other material available on or from these sites. Access to these sites is the sole responsibility of the user.
5-Changes and applicable law
As owner of the Site, ACTIA reserves the right to modify, add to or delete the content of the information on this site at any time without notice. These changes will apply as soon as they are published on the site. Consultation of the site once these changes have been made automatically implies acceptance of them. Any message sent to ACTIA through or via the site does not entail any obligation on the part of ACTIA.
These GTC are governed by French law to the exclusion of all others. Any dispute to which this site or these GTUs may give rise shall be submitted to the exclusive jurisdiction of the French courts.