The General Terms and Conditions herein are provided for the purpose of setting forth the set of conditions for website access and use.
Accessing and using the website implies the User’s tacit agreement, without reservation, of these terms and Conditions, in their most recent version displayed on-line.
1 – Abreviated legal notices
LGB Scop is registered with the Trade and Companies Register of LYON, under number 818 250 862 000 13, with registered offices in 45, Allée du Mens 69100 Villeurbanne – Tel. : 04 72 04 69 70.
Executive editor: Fred Angénieux.
Design by : iOnweb.
Host: OVH, sise 2 rue Kellermann – 59100 Roubaix, www.ovh.com.
2 – Site access and availability
Access to the www.lgbscop.com website is open to everyone wishing to receive information on the activities of LGB Scop.
Access to the website is ensured on a continuous and permanent basis, with the exception of force majeure or events outside the control of LGB Scop, and is subject to possible failures and maintenance activities that are compulsory for site operation.
Furthermore, due to the very nature of the internet, LGB Scop is not able to guarantee 24/7 website operation.
3 – Liability
LGB Scop is committed to offering its users the most reliable and quality-rich information possible.
LGB Scop, however, does not guarantee that the information contained on the website is exact or complete. LGB Scop will not be held responsible for any direct or indirect damage to users or third parties caused by information disclosed on the website, and more generally, by consulting and using the website.
LGB Scop does not monitor the sites linked to its website through hypertext links, and declines all responsibility in connection to these sites and their content.
4- Confidentiality and personal data
All personal details, of any nature whatsoever, are the object of a declaration made by the Commission Nationale Informatique et Libertés (CNIL), in accordance with the provisions of law 78-17 of January 6, 1978, concerning information technology, the files and the liberties that are either presented or collected on the website. As the user of the website, you authorise LGB Scop to use your personal details.
As the user of this website, you have the right to access, change, correct and delete your own personal data (Law on IT and Liberties of January 6, 1978 as amended).
For any requests to delete or correct your data, send a letter to LGB Scop, n°45, Allée du Mens 69100 Villeurbanne.
5 – Cookies
LGB Scop may implement « cookies ».
Cookies are not able to identify you by name. They do, however, record information on navigation on our website from your computer (which pages you open, the date and time they are viewed, etc.).
This tells us which parts of our site you are most interested in.
For users who have provided their identification data (email, password…) dedicated specifically to use the website (personal account…), these « cookies » will allow you to avoid having to enter this identification information again each time, as these cookies recognise the user.
You are able to detect these « cookies » and disable them, as needed.
You can refuse to enable cookies by disabling this function on your browser preference settings.
6 – Intellectual property
All text, photos, videos, data, notices, logos, brands and other elements displayed on the site are reserved and protected by intellectual property rights, namely copyright, neighbouring rights, trademark rights and by laws on database protection.
Subsequently, any exploitation, disclosure, reproduction, or any other operation carried out on these documents, including partial, cannot be made without the express authorisation of the author, in compliance with articles L. 111-1, L. 122-1 and L. 122-4 of the Intellectual property Code.
Only the legal exceptions established by article L. 122-5 of the Intellectual Property Code are authorised, namely performances carried out exclusively within the family circle, private copies or the right to quote (unless the author’s name and source are clearly identified).
Failure to observe these provisions is a violation and will be pursued by law, namely through criminal prosecution.
7 – Miscellaneous
LGB Scop reserves the right to unilaterally change the terms of these Conditions.
Any new clauses will apply to all future relations between the parties, and only the new version will be considered as the official version.
These Conditions are governed by French law.