The purpose of this document is to define the terms and conditions under which DIATEX (“DIATEX”) makes its website available https://www.diatex.com and the conditions under which visitors (“Users”) access and use the Site.
After reading this legal notice, the User’s access and use of the Site constitutes acceptance of these provisions by the User.
Any access to the Site is subject to compliance with these terms and conditions, which DIATEX reserves the right to modify or update at any time in line with any changes to the Site and/or its operation.
This Site is the property of DIATEX, S.A.S. (Simplified joint stock company) with a capital of 224 880€.
RCS LYON: B 339 998 825 – APE code: 1320Z
Registered Office: Z.I. La Mouche – 58 rue des Sources – 69230 Saint-Genis-Laval
Phone: 04 78 86 85 00 – Contact Form
Intracommunity VAT number: FR68 339 998 825
Publication Director: Bernard de MULATIER
Host: ACTI – 289, rue Garibaldi – 69007 LYON – FRANCE +33 (0)4 37 37 37 25 10 – email@example.com
SEO monitoring: ACTI – 289, rue Garibaldi – 69007 LYON – FRANCE +33 (0)4 37 37 37 25 10
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF USE
DIATEX pays great attention to the creation and maintenance of this Site and ensures that its content is accurate and up-to-date. Nevertheless, the content of this Site may change frequently without notice.
DIATEX therefore cannot guarantee that the content of the Site is accurate and up to date and the information presented on the Site is made available to Users without any guarantee of any kind and may not give rise to any right to compensation.
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS
The content of the Site (data, information, trademarks, illustrations, logos, videos, 3D animations) is protected by copyright and other intellectual property rights.
Any copy, translation, presentation, modification or full or partial disclosure of the site’s content is illegal, with the exception of a single copy which is reserved exclusively for private use by the copyist.
The Site may contain links to third party sites. DIATEX has no control over these sites and cannot under any circumstances be held responsible for the content found on them, nor for any changes or updates made to them, their accessibility or any collection of personal data, installation of cookies or any other process for the same purpose, performed by these sites.
DIATEX only authorises hyperlinks to the first page of this site. Any hyperlinks to other pages of the site require prior written consent from DIATEX. Unless specifically authorized, the link must appear in a new window and the pages of the Site must under no circumstances be embedded on the pages of another site.
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
DIATEX reserves the right to update, modify or correct the content of its Site at any time without notice. DIATEX gives no explicit or implicit guarantee and assumes no responsibility for the use of the information and content of the Site. Only the User is responsible for the use of such content and information.
Under no circumstances can DIATEX or the third parties mentioned on its site be held liable, in the event of any legal action regarding a breach of contract or intentional tort or any other claim, for any direct or indirect damages of any kind whatsoever, or for any loss, including any financial or commercial loss arising from the use of its Site or any information obtained on its Site.
DIATEX does not guarantee that the Site’s infrastructure or publication, information, online applications, or other services provided via the Site are error-free, nor that their operation will be uninterrupted.
DIATEX cannot be held responsible should Internet users’ IT equipment become infected by a virus or other malicious software. It is the responsibility of the User of this Site to take all appropriate measures to protect his/her own data and/or software from viruses.
JURISDICTION AND APPLICABLE LAW
Any dispute initiated or to follow shall be brought before the French courts and will be governed and reviewed in accordance with the standard rules of French law. If any provision of this document is found to be unlawful, void or unenforceable for any reason, it shall not affect the validity or application of the other provisions.