The Web Site http://www.chryso-group.com (the “Web Site”) is owned by CHRYSO SAS. CHRYSO SAS is a société par actions simplifiée (simplified limited liability company), a company duly incorporated under the laws of France, with its head office located at 19 place de la Résistance, 92450 Issy-les-Moulineaux, France and a capital of 403.665 euros, and registered with the Trade Registry of Nanterre under number B 964 200 497. Access to the Web Site and its contents is subject to the following conditions. The user confirms being aware of the terms of this disclaimer and undertakes to comply with such terms without any restriction.
Inov-Agency: 51-53 rue de l'Alcazar -59000 Lille. (www.inov-agency.com)is in charge of the permanent and direct hosting of the information available on the Web site.
Inov-Agency has realised the art work graphics and the internet portal of the Web Site.
Content of the Web Site – Responsibility Disclaimer
The purpose of this Web Site is to supply information about CHRYSO. CHRYSO is bound only by a best-efforts obligation concerning the information made available to its Web Site's visitors. Although CHRYSO has made every reasonable effort to ensure the reliability of the information contained on the Web Site, CHRYSO shall bear no liability whatsoever for any errors or omissions, or for any results that may be obtained by using such information. The Web Site may contain hypertext links, the use of which may involve the user to be transferred to some other servers, over which CHRYSO has no control. CHRYSO shall bear no liability whatsoever for any information displayed on such servers. Consequently, the user of this Web Site acknowledges that the any use of this information shall be under his own exclusive responsibility. This Web Site is not intended for e-business. Nothing on this Web Site should be construed as constituting an offer for sale or purchase. All products, processes and programs presented on the Web Site are not necessarily available in each country.
This Web Site and its content are protected according to the French Intellectual Property Code, mostly regarding software, texts, animated or static images, sounds, know-how, branding, copyrights, drawings, database and patterns. In general, all information displayed on this Web Site is exclusive property of CHRYSO. As per art. L335.2 of the French Intellectual Property Code, and more generally international treaties and agreements on the protection of copyright, the user is prohibited from reproducing - in any form - in full or part of the data, site presentation or organization, or the works protected by copyright shown on the Web Site without the specific prior written consent of the holder of the copyright attached to the work, site presentation or organization, or the data reproduced. Trademarks and logos displayed on the Web Site belong to CHRYSO or to third parties. Any reproduction in full or part of the trademarks and/or logos, from the Web Site without CHRYSO's or third parties' prior written consent is prohibited under article L713.2 of the French Intellectual Property Code.
The Web Site may contain links to some partner web sites, with hypertext links. Prior and explicit authorisations have been obtained for these hypertext links. No hypertext links to the Web Site shall be implemented without CHRYSO's prior written consent. CHRYSO reserves the right to stop these authorisations at any moment, without justifying its decision.
In compliance with the provisions of the law dated January 6, 1978 concerning computer processing and individual rights, the automatic processing of personal data on the Web Site has been declared to the CNIL (Commission Nationale de l'Informatique et des Libertés - National Commission for Computer Processing and Individual Rights) which has delivered receipt n°1218416 dated September 24th, 2004. The user is notified that, in compliance with art. 27 of the law dated January 6, 1978 concerning computer processing and individual rights, CHRYSO collects data regarding visitors to the Web Site using the contact questionnaires found on the Web Site. These data allow CHRYSO to respond to the user's requests for information, and may be used for administrative, sales and / or marketing purposes. CHRYSO and its partners never share personal data with any third party. CHRYSO uses all means to ensure secure confidentiality of the personal data collected on the Web Site. The user has the right of access to information concerning him/her and may have it updated or amended. If he/she wishes to rectify or erase certain data, he/she can write to CHRYSO (19, place de la Résistance, 92440 Issy-les-Moulineaux, France) or send an e-mail to: email@example.com. However, the user should be aware that there may be some breaches in confidentiality over the internet network. The Web Site users are bound to respect the provisions of the French law dated January 6, 1978 concerning computer processing and individual rights, which violation is liable to criminal sanctions. The users shall not collect any personal data or use them to undermine one's reputation or privacy.
Technical availability of the Web Site – No Warranty
The Web Site is normally accessible 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. In case of major difficulty related to CHRYSO's information system or to the structure of telecommunications networks or any other technical issue, for maintenance reasons or according to any decision of CHRYSO - this list is not exhaustive - the access to all or part of the Web Site may be suspended. The Web Site can be modified without notice of any kind. The user of the Web Site acknowledges that he/she has all skills and means necessary to access and use this site. The user of the Web Site shall ascertain that the computer system is free of virus and that it is in perfect working order.
Application law & jurisdiction
The contents of the Web Site and any dispute in relation hereto shall be governed by French law, to the exclusion of the rules applicable to conflicts of laws. The organization, presentation and content of the Web Site are subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the French Courts.