Article 1 – definitions
- Publisher: CCCA-BTP (Comité de concertation et de coordination de l’apprentissage du bâtiment et des travaux publics), an association governed by the law of 1 July 1901, located at 19 rue du Père Corentin, 75014 Paris, duly represented by its secretary general, Mr Didier Bouvelle (tel.: 01 40 64 26 00 – email@example.com). The publisher provides the user with the information contained on the reforme.org website.
- User: any Internet user who, for whatever reason, navigates and takes note of the information contained on the renovup.eu website. The user is not allowed to make a commercial profit from this information.
- reforme.org: information website concerning the European project RenovUp, which aims to professionalise site managers and team leaders in the specific skills of building renovation sites, as well as about partners and participants of said project. It contains information in any form whatsoever, in particular in the form of text, sound, still or animated images, videos, databases, hypertext links, intended to be consulted by the user.
- General Conditions of Use: rights and obligations that the publisher and the user accept when using the website reforme.org
Article 2 – object
These general conditions of use hereinafter referred to as “GCU” are intended to govern the relationship between the publisher and the user in the access and use of the website reforme.org, hereinafter referred to as “the website”. These GCU are therefore applicable as soon as the user accesses this website.
Article 3 – responsibility of the publisher
The publisher declares that it will make its best efforts and take all possible precautions as to the reliability, accessibility, integrity and updating of all information – whatever its form, in particular in the form of texts, sounds, still or animated images, videos, databases, hypertext links, intended to be consulted by the user on the website.
However, the publisher expressly informs the user that this information:
- are not necessarily exhaustive, complete or updated in real time;
- is not intended to be advice in any field or on any subject;
- may contain typographical errors which the publisher undertakes to correct as soon as it becomes aware of them;
- may be subject to verification as to its accuracy, and the publisher undertakes to amend it as soon as it becomes aware of any inaccuracy;
- might be modified or updated at any time without prior notice.
In view of the above, the user acknowledges and accepts that the use of the information available on the website is at his/her own risk and under his/her sole and entire responsibility.
Consequently, the user is solely responsible for the interpretation and/or use of the information available on the website and therefore for the consequences and/or possible damage, of any nature whatsoever, to him or herself and/or to third parties, which may result, without the publisher being able to be held liable in this respect, and without recourse against the latter.
Article 4 – hypertext links
Hypertext links on the renovup.eu website
The website may contain hypertext links to other sites on the Internet. These links towards other resources have for consequences:
- to make the user leave the reforme.org website;
- and to send the user to other websites over which the publisher has no control or command, with the exception of websites directly administered and managed by the CCCA-BTP (www.ccca-btp.fr, www.apprentissage-btp.com, www.casques-jaunes.fr, www.renovup.eu).
In view of the above, the publisher is purely and simply unable to guarantee, implicitly or expressly, the reliability, accessibility, integrity, let alone the updating of the information in any form whatsoever, and in particular in the form of texts, sounds, still or animated images, videos, databases, hyperlinks, contained on the websites to which the user is referred via these hypertext links.
- the user acknowledges and accepts that the use of the information that can be consulted on the websites to which he/she is referred via these hyperlinks is at his/her own risk and under his/her sole and entire responsibility;
- the user is solely responsible for the interpretation and/or use of the information that can be consulted from the websites to which he/she is referred via these hyperlinks and, consequently, for the consequences and/or possible damage of any kind, for him/herself and/or for third parties, that may result from this, without the publisher being able to be sought in this respect, and without recourse against the latter.
Hyperlinks to the renovup.eu website
The publisher authorises any third party to establish a hypertext link to any of the web pages of its Internet site renovup.eu after simple information from its Marketing, Development and Strategic Innovation Department which can be contacted at the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nevertheless, if a hypertext link should create a prejudice to the publisher, for whatever reason, the publisher reserves the right to forbid it at any time, without prior notice and, if necessary, to ask for compensation.
Article 5 – availibility of the website
The publisher declares that it will make its best efforts and take all possible precautions to allow access to the website 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Nevertheless, due to the nature of the Internet network and in particular for reasons of maintenance, technical malfunction, cases of force majeure, events beyond the control of the publisher, the latter cannot guarantee the availability without interruption, 24 hours a day, of the said site nor the reliability of transmissions and performance in terms of response time or quality.
In addition, users are expressly advised that:
- for any reason whatsoever, the publisher may be required to interrupt access to the website, in whole or in part, at any time without prior notice, and without any right to compensation for himself or third parties;
- no technical assistance, in any form whatsoever, electronic or telephone, is offered by the publisher.
In view of the above, the user acknowledges that access to the website is at his/her own risk and under his/her sole and entire responsibility, which he/she accepts.
Consequently, the user is solely responsible for the consequences and/or damage, of whatever nature, to him or herself and/or third parties, which may result from the impossibility of accessing the website, without the publisher being able to be sought in this respect, and without recourse against the latter.
Article 6 – intellectual property
- Both the website and all of its components are subject to an intellectual property right or a right of exclusive use for the benefit of the publisher.
- In particular, the publisher expressly informs the user that: it has protected, as a trademark, a certain number of signs appearing on its Internet site and in particular its logo; the illustrations appearing on its website are its property.
- Consequently, it is expressly forbidden to reproduce, by copying or imitating, all or part of the website, by any process whatsoever and for any reason whatsoever, without prior written authorisation from the publisher.
- Similarly, it is forbidden to remove copyright or other intellectual property rights from the website or from any of its contents.
- The user is only allowed to make a single copy of the web pages of the website for his or her own private, personal and non-commercial use, provided that the copies of these web pages retain the copyright notices or other intellectual property rights.
Article 7 – litigation
- These GCU are originally written in French and prevail over any translations. They are subject to French law.
- In the event of any dispute arising from the validity, interpretation, performance or non-performance, interruption or termination of these GCU, the parties agree to meet in a place to be determined jointly and to make their best efforts to resolve the dispute amicably.
- The party claiming to have a right shall explain in writing to the other party the reasons for the dispute and shall provide any documents it deems useful.
- The parties shall endeavour to reach an agreement within 30 (thirty) days of receipt of the said letter.
- In the absence of an agreement under the aforementioned conditions, the parties agree to submit the dispute to the mediation procedure provided for by the mediation rules of the CMAP (Paris Mediation and Arbitration Centre at the Paris Île-de-France Chamber of Commerce and Industry), of which the parties have been informed and to which they declare that they adhere, with a view to seeking an amicable solution.
- The language of the mediation procedure will be French and the mediation meetings will be held in Paris (France).
- If the dispute has not been settled through CMAP mediation within 60 (sixty) days of the request for mediation or within such other period of time as the parties may agree in writing, the dispute arising out of or in connection with this Agreement shall be finally settled by judicial proceedings before the competent French court.
Article 8 – Legal information
Publisher – Director of publication
- Publisher: CCCA-BTP (Comité de concertation et de coordination de l’apprentissage du bâtiment et des travaux publics), an association governed by the law of 1 July 1901, located at 19 rue du Père Corentin, 75014 Paris, duly represented by its secretary general, Mr Didier Bouvelle.
- Director of publication: Mr Didier Bouvelle, secretary general of the CCCA-BTP.
Webdesign – development of the website
- Olivier Beining, Wenschhh agency
Article 9 – General clauses
- Good faith: the parties undertake to perform their obligations in good faith.
- Entirety of the contract: these GCU express the entirety of the agreement between the publisher and the user. It replaces and cancels all oral or written agreements that may have been previously concluded between the parties.
- Severability: If any provision of these GCU is for any reason determined to be illegal or unenforceable, such illegality or unenforceability shall not affect the remaining provisions of these GCU.
- Modifications: The publisher reserves the right to modify these GCU at any time. The new GCU will then apply as soon as the user accesses the website.
- Written communication between the parties: the parties expressly agree that each of their communications in writing must allow the date of receipt to be established with certainty (for example: a registered letter with acknowledgement of receipt, an email with acknowledgement of receipt or a fax). Of course, the user undertakes to inform the publisher of any change in his contact details. For its part, the publisher undertakes to keep the contact details mentioned in these GCU up to date.