Access to the www.vertigo-paris.com website (hereinafter the “Website”) and the use of its content is subject to the conditions of use set out below.
The fact that you have entered into and browsed in our Website constitutes your acceptance of the following points:
1. General information
Our institutional Website is published by VERTIGO paris with share capital of 400 000 euros, whose registered office is located at 66 avenue des Champs Elysées, registered with the Register of Companies of Paris as number 483 840 682, and whose VAT registration number is FR 483 840 682. Its Publications Director is Nicolas COHEN.
The Website is hosted by OHV , a SAS with share capital of 10 000 000 euros, whose registered office is located at 2 rue Kellermann – 59100 Roubaix registered with the Register of Companies of Roubaix as number 424 761 419 000 45.
2. Protection of privacy
We take every care to protect your private information.
When navigating in our Website, you may provide information of a personal nature. You will be informed that supplying that personal information is optional, and that it only allows us to know you better so we can better respond to your expectations and be able to send to you, if you so agree, information concerning the new VERTIGO Paris products, proposals, events, etc. …
This information may be sent to VERTIGO Paris and its eventual subsidiaries.
In accordance with Law No. 78-17 of 6 January 1978 on Computers and Information, as amended by the Law of 6 August 2004, you can access the personal information concerning yourself and have it corrected or removed, as appropriate.
You can also object, without any cost, to having your information collected and processed. In that case, you will not be informed about new VERTIGO Paris products, proposals, events, etc...
3. intellectual property
The VERTIGO Paris trademark, and all the brand and non-brand marks, and in general all other trademarks, illustrations, images and logotypes that appear on the VERTIGO Paris products, their accessories or their packaging, whether or not they are registered, are and shall remain the exclusive property of VERTIGO Paris.
Any reproduction in whole or in part, modification or use of these trademarks, illustrations, images and logotypes for any reason and by any means whatsoever is strictly prohibited.
This also applies to any combination or use in conjunction with any other trademark, symbol, logotype and more generally any distinctive sign that is intended to form a composite logo. These provisions also apply to all copyrights, designs and models and patents reproduced on the Website.
The use of all or part of our Online Boutique, in particular by means of downloading, reproducing, transmitting or representation for purposes other than for personal and private use for a non-commercial purpose is prohibited.
Hyperlinks to our Website may only be created with our written, prior consent. Such consent may be withdrawn at any moment. We cannot be held responsible for the content of any websites linked to our Website.
We try as much as possible to ensure that the information provided on our Website is accurate and up to date. We reserve the right to correct this information, at any time and without prior notice.
As provided by law, we cannot be held responsible:
for any imprecision, inaccuracy or omission, or for any damage resulting from the intrusion of a third party that has led to an alteration of the information that is made available on our Website;
in the event of damage caused because of the access of a non-authorised third party to our Website, or making it impossible to access the Website.
We can interrupt access to our Website at any time for reasons of maintenance, security or any other technical requirement.
5. Choise of law – Language – Disputes
These Terms and Conditions are governed by and subject to French law. They have been drafted in French. In the event that they are translated into one or more other languages, only the French text shall be binding in the event of a dispute.
Any disputes which may arise under these Terms and Conditions concerning either their validity, interpretation, performance, termination and various consequences will be brought before the French courts for adjudication.