1. Legal information

- This website belongs to:

Le Hil Aquitaine
37 rue des Menuts
33000 Bordeaux
FRANCE

Tél. : + 33 (0)5 56  92 37 87

- This website was produced by:

EENOV // www.eenov.com
SARL with share capital of €5000
25, rue Marcel Issartier
33 700 MERIGNAC
FRANCE

Tél. : 05 57 53 02 31
Email : contact@eenov.com

RCS Bordeaux B 479 022 386
SIRET 47 902 238 600 029

 

2. Limitation of Liability

The user acknowledges that he or she has read the present conditions of use and undertakes to comply with them. Users of the website www.le-hil-aquitaine.com acknowledge that they have the necessary skills to access this  site.
Users of the website www.le-hil-aquitaine.com acknowledge that they have checked that the computer configuration used does not contain any viruses and is in perfect working order.
Le Hil Aquitaine strives to offer users information and/or tools that are readily available and verified, but may not be held responsible for errors, unavailability of features and/or the presence of viruses on its site.
The information provided by Le Hil Aquitaine is given indicatively and does not dispense the user from further personalised analysis.
Consequently, the user acknowledges that he or she uses this information under his or her sole responsibility.

3. Cookies

Users are informed that when they visit the site, a cookie may automatically be installed on their web browser.
A cookie is a piece of data that cannot be used to identify users but serves to save information about users’ browsing on the site.
The web browser can be configured to inform users of the presence of cookies and to refuse them. Users have full rights regarding private data transmitted via cookies under the conditions set forth above.
Users of the web site www.le-hil-aquitaine.com are obliged to comply with the provisions of  amended French law n°78-17 of 6 January 1978 on computer files and freedoms, violation of which may make users liable for criminal sanctions.
In particular, users shall not collect or illegally use private information to which they may have access or more generally perform any act likely to harm the privacy or reputation of persons.

4. Intellectual Property

The site’s general structure and the software, texts, images, whether animated or otherwise, expertise and all other elements comprising the site are the exclusive property of Le Hil Aquitaine.
Any total or partial representation of this site or its content by any person whomsoever without express written authorisation from  Le Hil Aquitaine is prohibited and shall constitute a counterfeit as sanctioned by  articles L. 335-2 et seq. of the French Intellectual Property Code, which defines counterfeit as a misdemeanour and which stipulates punishment of up to three years’ imprisonment and a fine of up to 300,000 euros.

The same is true of any databases which appear in the website, which are protected by the provisions of the French law of  1st July 1998 transposing the Directive of 11 March 1996 on legal protection of databases, and which are produced by Le Hil Aquitaine.
Le Hil Aquitaine may not be held responsible for access by users via hypertext links pointing to the website from other internet resources.
Any dispute relating to the use of the site www.le-hil-aquitaine.com shall be governed by French law. Users acknowledge that the Bordeaux courts shall have sole competence.

5. Our Confidentiality Policy as Regards Private Data

Given the development of new communication tools, particular attention needs to be brought to the protection of privacy. This is why we undertake to respect the confidentiality of the private information we collect.

The private information we collect is gathered via the form and thanks to the interactivity established between you and our website. In application of the computer files and freedoms law of 6 January 1978, we undertake to offer you the right to oppose and withdraw your private data. The right to oppose means the possibility for users to refuse the use of their private data for certain purposes mentioned during the data collection process. The right to withdraw means the possibility for users to request that their private data does not feature, for example, in a mailing list. We undertake to acknowledge the right to oppose and to withdraw by persons wishing to consult, amend, or delete information concerning them.

The private data that we collect are stored in a secure environment. The people who work for us are bound to respect the confidentiality of your data. We undertake to maintain a high degree of confidentiality by using the latest technological innovations guaranteeing the confidentiality of your transactions. However, as no mechanism offers total security, there is always a certain amount of risk when using the internet to transmit private data.