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Director of Publication: François Sabatino
Address: 14 RUE CAMBACERES 75008 PARIS FRANCE.
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Eclairion.com disclaims any express or implied liability for the completeness, accuracy, or suitability of the information and does not represent, warrant, or make any commitment of any kind with respect to any product or service.
Every effort has been made by eclairion.com to ensure the accuracy of the material available on its website. However, we in no way guarantee that this information is accurate, complete and up to date.
Regarding the entirety or any portion of its website, eclairion.com makes no express or implied warranties. In no event shall eclairion.com be liable for any direct or indirect loss or damage of any kind coming from the use of its website.
The establishment of hypertext links to other sites or resources available on the Internet network does not result in eclairion.com or its host assuming responsibility for the content offered by the designated sites.
ECLAIRION is not responsible for the content of sites linked to the eclairion.com website.
eclairion.com declines all responsibility for the accuracy of the information provided and the use that an Internet user is likely to make of it.
eclairion.com reserves the right to modify or correct, at any time and without notice, the contents of its website, whatever their nature.
Contact form and reservation:
The information collected from Internet users through a contact form complies with data protection law. We inform you that your responses are optional and that failure to respond does not have any particular consequences. However, in some circumstances, your information must be sufficient for us to respond to you and/or handle your requests.
The forms clearly state the general terms and conditions of sale and cancellation associated to the online reservation or reservation request. The user can request a copy of the general terms and conditions of sale. Online booking solutions require you to check the box “acceptance of the general terms conditions of sale” before making a purchase. The amount of any applicable tourist taxes will be noted on the establishment’s invoice; they are not included in the prices shown at the time of booking. The fixing of these fees is beyond the control of eclairion.com.
Intellectual and industrial property rights:
The Intellectual Property Code’s legislative component, Book I, Titles I and II, guarantee protection for the eclairion.com website and its copyrights.
Therefore, any use of the products, including full or partial access to an eclairion.com website, requires prior written consent.
According to common law provisions, eclairion.com will be authorised to enforce its contractual obligations to its visitors or take any other actions in unfair or parasitic competition against those who violate the terms under consideration.
Internet users are not permitted to give away any of the products, including the entirety of the eclairion.com website, to third parties, even if they are legally separate from them, for free or for a fee, either directly by giving them the original data or indirectly by combining the original data with other data.
The internet user is not permitted modify, reproduce or adapt any product, including all or part of the eclairion.com website, and the data they contain (including photos).
Any data available or housed on the eclairion.com site may not be copied by the Internet user using any method, downloaded, sold, distributed, retransmitted, published or performed via automatic download, or otherwise exploited in any way.
The regulatory and statutory rules relating to copyright and producers’ rights set forth in the intellectual property code will penalise the unauthorised use of broadcasting rights.
Without ECLAIRION’s written approval, it is forbidden and illegal to reproduce, represent, or utilise content in any way, even in part. Failure to comply with this prohibition constitutes an infringement that may result in the civil and criminal liability of the infringing party.
In addition, whomever owns the infringing content has the right to file legal action against the infringers, regardless of the nature of the infringing content. This provision also applies to any casual internet users.