Please read the following Terms & Conditions that govern the use of the website: www.charcuteries.fr. By accessing or viewing the website, you agree to have read and accepted these Terms.
In accordance with French law n° 2004-575 dated 21 June 2004, relating to confidence in the digital economy, the parties responsible for the website; www.charcuteries.fr website are listed below:
VAT registered (France): 78435772500059
9 Boulevard Malesherbes
Tel : +33 (0)1 75 00 09 30 – Fax : +33 (0)1 75 00 09 39
2 rue kellermann
BP 80157 59053 ROUBAIX Cedex 1
13-15 rue d’Uzès
Terms and Conditions of Use
While FICT makes every effort to provide accurate and up-to-date information, it is unable to guarantee the accuracy, precision, current validity or completeness of this information.
It is therefore the responsibility of website users to verify the content and inform us of any errors and modifications of note. FICT cannot be held responsible for any errors or omissions made, or for any direct or indirect damage as a result.
A “cookie” is a small text file which is sent from a site server and stored on the hard drive of your computer, tablet or phone when you visit a website. This way, we can remember your preferences when you visit our site.
The information contained within this website is as accurate as possible and updated throughout the course of the year, but may be subject to errors or omissions. If you are aware of any such inaccuracies or omissions, or an aspect of the website that is not functioning correctly, we welcome your feedback via email, to email@example.com, describing the problem as accurately as possible (website page/issue/type of computer/website browser). Any materials downloaded from the website are done so entirely at the risk of the website user. FICT cannot be held responsible for any damage or losses caused downloading materials. In addition, any hypertext links on this site may lead to websites published by third parties, over the content of which we have no control. The consultation of third party sites will be at your discretion and your exclusive responsibility.
Finally, website users are requested to only access the website with equipment that is virus-free and via an updated, latest generation web browser.
Intellectual Property Rights
All rights relating to the intellectual property and databases of the website www.lescharcuteries.fr and of the materials published within, including and without limitation: graphics, images, copy, videos, animations, audio, logos, gifs and symbols are the exclusive property of FICT, with the exception of brands and logos or content belonging to member companies or authors.
Any reproduction, distribution, modification, adaptation, retransmission or publication, either partial or total exploitation of the elements on the website, for any public, commercial, political or advertising use, by any means whatsoever, is strictly prohibited without prior authorisation and written permission from FICT. Acts of copyright infringement are punishable in France according to articles L 335-2 and following Intellectual Property Code. In addition, owners of any Content published on the website could also pursue a claim in this regard.
In accordance with French law No. 78-17 of 6 January, 1978, (amended by law 2004-801, 6 August, 2004 relating to the protection of personal data), relating to information technology, files and freedom, it has not been necessary to declare this website to the CNIL (www.cnil.fr).
These conditions of use and access to the website www.charcuteries.fr will be governed and interpreted in accordance with French law. In the event of a possible dispute, and after the failure of any attempt to find an amicable solution, you irrevocably accept the exclusive jurisdiction of the French court to hear this dispute.
In the event of any potential disputes, the French language will prevail.
While users are not normally required to provide personal information when visiting our website: www.lescharcuteries.fr there are however a number of exceptions. Information may be collected to manage requests submitted in the Contact section of the website (your name, company, role, email address and telephone number). While users are not obliged to provide this information, it will not be possible to use all website services, notably perform information requests or receive newsletters.
Personal data may also be collected indirectly and automatically when you visit the website, notably information relating to your browsing history, areas of the website visited, services accessed, IP address, type of navigator, and time spent on the website. Any information collected indirectly will only be used for internal purposes, and more generally to improve the quality of the service offered. Databases are protected by the Law of 1 July 1998 according to EU directive 96/9EC, 11 March 1996, on the legal protection of databases.