Terms and conditions of use
ARTICLE 1: INTRODUCTION
The company Rcarré is involved in the field of IT.
ARTICLE 2 : DEFINITIONS
In order to guarantee the greatest transparency in the reading of the Terms and Conditions of the site, you will find below the precise definition of certain terms which will appear in the following articles.
Website : www.rsign.lu
CGU : General Conditions of Use
User: Any person who uses the website or any of the services offered on the website.
ARTICLE 3 : LEGAL NOTICES
The Site is owned and operated by :
Rcarré SA (“the Company”)
Trade and company register: B184996
ARTICLE 4 : OBJECT
The purpose of these Terms & Conditions is to define the terms and conditions for making the information on the Site available. Any access to or use of the site implies acceptance of and compliance with all the terms of these T&Cs and their unconditional acceptance. They therefore constitute a contract between the Company and the user. If the user does not wish to accept all or part of these T&Cs, he/she is requested to renounce any use of the Site.
ARTICLE 5: ACCESS TO THE SERVICE
The Company reserves the right to change, modify, interrupt or temporarily suspend access to all or part of the Site without prior notice, in order to ensure maintenance, updating or for any other reason deemed necessary, without the interruption giving rise to any obligation or compensation. The Company shall not be liable for any direct or indirect damage in connection with such changes.
ARTICLE 6: INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
The Site is owned by the Company. All elements of the Site, including the layout and content, are the intellectual property of the Company and are protected by intellectual property laws, in particular the amended law of 18 April 2001 on copyright, related rights and databases and the Benelux Convention on intellectual property. It is forbidden to reproduce, in whole or in part, the Site or its contents, without the express written permission of the Company.
ARTICLE 7: PROTECTION OF PRIVACY AND PERSONAL DATA
Any personal data of users collected via the Site will be included in its files and will only be used for purposes specific to the context defined by these T&C binding the Company and the users of its website. Any personal data provided by the user on the Site shall be processed in accordance with the amended Act of 2 August 2002 on the protection of persons with regard to the processing of personal data (the “Data Protection Act”). However, this data may also be transferred to other entities with the prior consent of the user or if the law or a competent authority makes the transfer mandatory. In accordance with the Data Protection Act, the user has the right to access, modify or object to any data processing concerning him/her. The user may exercise this right by contacting the Company directly by post or by e-mail at the following address firstname.lastname@example.org.
ARTICLE 8: LIMITS OF LIABILITY
The Site is an information website about the Company and its services. The information published on the Site comes from sources deemed reliable. However, the Company cannot guarantee the accuracy or relevance of such data. Furthermore, the information made available on this site is for information purposes only and does not constitute advice or a recommendation of any kind. Consequently, the use of the information and content available on the Site as a whole does not engage the responsibility of the Company in any way whatsoever. The user is solely responsible for the proper use, with discernment and spirit, of the information made available on the Company. Furthermore, the user undertakes to compensate the Company for any harmful consequences linked directly or indirectly to the use he/she makes of the Site. The user is informed that one or more cookies, containing no personal information, may be placed on his or her hard disk in order to ensure identification. The user acknowledges that he/she is aware of the limitations and constraints of the Internet network and, as such, recognises in particular the impossibility of a total guarantee of the security of data exchanges. The user must protect himself/herself against the effects of computer piracy by adopting a suitable and secure computer configuration, in particular by means of a firewall and regularly updated virus detection and inoculation software. The Company cannot guarantee that the Site is free of virus or other dangerous or malicious components. Under no circumstances, within the limits of applicable law, may it be held liable for any direct or indirect, material or immaterial damage or loss, or of any nature whatsoever, resulting from the unavailability of the Site or from any use of the Site. The term “use” is to be understood in a broad sense, i.e. any use of the Site whatsoever, whether lawful or not. The user undertakes, in general, to comply with all the regulations in force in Luxembourg.
ARTICLE 9: HYPERTEXT LINKS
The Site may provide hyperlinks to websites published and/or managed by third parties. As there is no control over the content of these websites, the user acknowledges that the Company assumes no responsibility for the availability of these resources and cannot be held liable for their legality or the accuracy of the information contained therein. Unless the Company specifically authorises it, the Site may not be integrated in any way, in whole or in part, into another website, for example by framing or linking.
ARTICLE 10 : FORCE MAJEURE
The Company shall not be liable in the event of force majeure or events beyond its control.
ARTICLE 11: EVOLUTION OF THE T&C
The company reserves the right to modify or supplement the terms, conditions and mentions of the present T&C at any time and without notice. Consequently, the user is advised to regularly consult the latest version of the T&C available on the Site. Only the version accessible online is regarded as valid.
ARTICLE 12: APPLICABLE LAW AND COMPETENT COURT
Any dispute between the Company and users of the Site shall be governed by Luxembourg law due to the fact that the Company’s registered office is located in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. In the event of a dispute, the parties shall endeavour to resolve the dispute amicably. In the absence of such an agreement, the courts of Luxembourg shall have exclusive jurisdiction. In the event of a dispute, a printed version of these T&Cs and any annexed notices issued in electronic form will be accepted in any judicial or administrative proceedings.