THE SALE OF ALCOHOL IS FORBIDDEN TO MINORS
Abuse of alcohol is dangerous for your health, drink responsibly.
1. Presentation of Site
In pursuance of Articles 6-III and 19 of the Trust in Digital Economy Act (LCEN) No. 2004-575 21 June 2004, we bring the following information to the attention of users and visitors of the www.islesaintpierre.fr website:
Owner: Julien HENRY – Domaine Isle Saint Pierre – 13104 Mas Thibert (France)
Development and Web Design Manager: Agence Bleu Tomate
Web Host: OVH – 2 Rue Kellermann – BP 80157 – 59053 Roubaix Cedex 1 (France) – Tel. +33 (0)5 2226 0086
Pictures: Isle Saint Pierre
2. Terms and Conditions for Site Use and Services Offered
Use of the site implies full and complete acceptance of the terms and conditions described below. These conditions of use may be modified or supplemented at any time without prior notice; site users should therefore read them regularly.
The site is normally accessible to users 24/7, except during interruptions—scheduled or not—for maintenance or in cases of force majeure. Where the service cannot be accessed, the site undertakes to do its utmost to restore access to the service and endeavour to inform users in advance of interruption dates and times. Being subject only to an obligation of means, the site cannot be held responsible for any damage of whatever nature resulting from the unavailability of the service.
The site is regularly updated by the site owner. Similarly, legal disclaimers can be modified at any time without notice and are binding on users without reserve. Users are deemed to accept them without reserve and should refer to them regularly to take note of any changes.
3. Description of Services Provided
The purpose of the site is to provide information concerning all of Domaine Isle Saint Pierre’s activities.
The site owner endeavours to provide the most accurate information possible on the site. However, he cannot be held responsible for omissions, inaccuracies and shortcomings in updating, whether caused by himself or by third party partners who provide him with such information.
All details given on the site are for information only, not exhaustive, and subject to change. They are valid subject to the latest changes made after they were put online.
4. Limitation of Liability
The site uses java script technology.
The site cannot be held responsible for any typographical errors or inaccuracies appearing on it, or for any damage suffered as a result of its use. Users remain responsible for their own equipment and use of same, as well as for any direct or indirect Internet connection costs.
Site users undertake to access the site using recent, virus-free equipment and a latest-generation, updated browser.
Users release the site from any liability for any prejudice they may suffer or cause to suffer, arising out of or in connection with services offered. Only the user’s liability shall be engaged by the use of the proposed service and the user expressly releases the site from any liability towards third parties.
Interactive spaces (where questions can be asked in the contact area) are available to users. The site reserves the right to delete without prior notice any content put in this space that contravenes the law applicable in France, in particular provisions relating to data protection. If necessary, the site owner also reserves the right to question the user’s civil and/or criminal liability, in particular in the event of racist, insulting, defamatory or pornographic message, regardless of the medium used (text, photograph, etc.).
It is stressed here that site developers keep track of users’ e-mail and IP addresses. Users must therefore be aware that they can be found and prosecuted in case of an injunction from judicial authorities.
5. Intellectual Property and Counterfeiting
The site owner is the owner of the intellectual property rights or holds the rights to use all elements accessible on the site, including, but not limited to, texts, images, graphics, logo, icons, sounds, software.
Any reproduction, representation, modification, publication, total or partial adaptation of the elements of the site, regardless of the means or process used, is prohibited, except with prior written permission to be requested on: email@example.com.
Any unauthorised use of the site or any of the elements it contains will be considered an infringement and will be prosecuted under Articles L.335-2 et seq. of the Intellectual Property Code.
6. Hypertext Links and Cookies
The site contains a number of hypertext links to other sites (partners, information, and more) set up and authorised by the site owner. However, the site owner has no possibility to check the content of the sites visited and therefore declines all liability for possible illicit content risks.
Users are informed that while they are browsing the site, one or more cookies may be automatically installed on their computer. A cookie is a small file that does not allow the user’s identification but records information on the navigation of a computer on a site. The data obtained in this way are intended to facilitate subsequent site browsing and provide site traffic measurement.
Browsing software may be configured so as to warn the user that a cookie is present and possibly to refuse it as described on: www.cnil.fr.
Refusal to install a cookie may result in the inability to access certain services. However, users can configure their computer as follows to block cookies:
In Internet Explorer: tool tab (gear icon in the top right corner) / internet options.
Click on “Privacy” and choose “Block all Cookies”.
Validate on “OK”.
In Firefox: at the top of the browser window, click on the Firefox button, then go to “Options” tab.
Click on “Privacy” tab.
Set “Retention” rules to “Use custom settings for history”.
Then uncheck to disable cookies.
In Safari: Click on the Pictogram menu (symbolized by a cog) at top right of browser.
Click on “Show Advanced Settings”.
In the “Privacy” section, click on “Content Settings”.
Cookies can be blocked in the “Cookies” section.
In Chrome: Click on the menu icon (symbolized by three horizontal lines) at top right of browser.
Click on “Show Advanced Settings”.
In the “Privacy” section, click on “Preferences”.
Cookies can be blocked on the “Privacy” tab.
7. Applicable Law and Jurisdiction
Any dispute in connection with the use of the site shall be governed by French law. Both user and site agree to refer exclusively to French courts in the event of a dispute.
8. Protection of Property and Persons – Management of Personal Data
A “user” is an Internet user connecting to or using the abovementioned site: www.islesaintpierre.fr.
In France, personal data are protected by—among other instruments—Act No. 78-17 6 January 1978, Act No. 2004-801 6 August 2004, Article L. 226-13 of the Criminal Code and European Directive dated 24 October 1995.
The site owner collects personal information about users on the site only to meet the needs of certain services offered by same. Users should remember that they provide such information knowingly, especially when they enter it themselves. When they do so, site users are informed whether such or such information is mandatory or not.
Under Articles 38 et seq. of the Computer Data & Freedom Act No. 78-17 6 January 1978, any user has a right to access, rectify and oppose the disclosure of personal information concerning themselves. To exercise such right, send your request by e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org or send a written request by post together with a copy of your identity document. The letter must be signed by the identity document holder and specify the address to which the reply should be sent.
No personal information on site users is published, exchanged, transferred, ceded or sold through any medium whatsoever to third parties without the users’ knowledge. Only in the event that the site and its rights were bought could the said personal information be transmitted to the buyer, who should then, in turn, be bound under the same obligation to keep and modify data if required by a user of the website.
The site is not registered with CNIL [French National Data Protection Commission] because it does not collect personal data.
Databases are protected under Act 1st July 1998 transposing [EU] Directive 96/9 dated 11 March 1996 on the legal protection of databases.