Legal notices

Legal notices are a concept of law referring in particular to legal obligations on Internet in France.


Presentation

According to the law n° 2004-2005 of June 21st, 2004 relating to confidence in the digital economy, our website, created by the creation studio Les Animals, places information concerning our firm at public’s disposal. They are possibly modifiable, that is why we invite you to refer regularly to our legal notices, in order to read them.

The archi-graphi.fr website belongs to Archi Graphi – EURL whose head office is located at the following adress 31 rue Saint-Simon 69009 Lyon.

Benoit Buisson is responsible for publication and administration of the website. If you have got any questions, ask at agence@archi-graphi.fr.
The archi-graphi.fr website is host by OVH whose head office is located at 2 rue Kellermann – 59100 Roubaix – France.


Terms of service and provided services

By browsing the website archi-graphi.fr, you fully and completely accept General Terms of Use specified in our legal notices. The website is ccessible to all types of visitors, however it is important to note that an interruption for the maintenance of the website may be decided by Archi graphi.


Products and services

In accordance with its communication policy, the website archi-graphi.fr aims to inform users about the services offered by Archi graphi, which then endeavour to provide accurate information about its activity. Yet, inaccuracies or omissions may exist: the company shall not be held responsible under no circumstances for any errors on the archi-graphi.fr site.


Contractual limitations

Information transcribed on our website archi-graphi.fr is subject to qualitative steps, in order to ensure it reliability. However, we cannot incur liability for technical inaccuracies in our explanations.

If you notice an error regarding information that we may have omitted, please let us know by e-mail at agence@archi-graphi.fr.

Links directly or indirectly linked to our website archi-graphi.fr are not under the control of our company. Therefore, we cannot ensure that the information on these other websites is accurate.

Using JavaScript technology, the website archi-graphi.fr shall not be held responsible for property damage related to its use. Moreover, any other type of consequence related to the use of the website archi-graphi.fr, whether direct or indirect (bug, incompatibility, virus, loss of market, etc.).


Intellectual proprety

The editorial content of the website archi-graphi.fr belongs exclusively to Archi Graphi. Any infringement of copyright is punished by the article L.335-2 of the Intellectual Property Code with a incurred two-year prison sentence and a fine of 150,000 euros.

The website archi-graphi.fr cannot be implicated in case of offensive, racist, defaming or pornographic remarks exchanged on interactive spaces. The company also reserves the right to remove any content that is contrary to the company’s values or the applicable legislation in France.

By browsing the website archi-graphi.fr, the user also accepts the installation of any cookies on his computer.


Personal data

Any information collected on the website archi-graphi.fr is made within the context of needs linked to the use of our platform, such as order form or registration request to the Newsletter. Besides, the unsubscription to the Newsletter is effected thanks to the link located in the footer.

Archi Graphi undertakes not to sell information by no means concerning the website’s users, in any way (sell, exchange, loan, rent, donation).

According to the law « informatique et libertés » of January 6st, 1978 amended in 2004, the user has a right of access and rectification to information concerning him, which he can exercise at any time by sending an e-mail to agence@archi-graphi.fr or by making his request by post to the following adress : Archi Graphi, 31 rue Saint-Simon 69009 Lyon.


Applicable law

Subjected to French law, the website archi-graphi.fr is leaded by the law n° 2004-2005 of June 21st, 2004 relating to confidence in the digital economy, the article L.335-2 of the Intellectual Property Code and the law « informatique et libertés » of January 6st, 1978 amended in 2004.