The website accessible at the address help.romy.paris (the “Website”) is governed by the present terms and conditions, destined to regulate the terms and condition of your website’s utilisation.
The website editor is the company AC&B, asimplified joint stock company with share capital of €132,480.00, having its registered office at 2 rue Gustave Eiffel, 10430 Rosières près Troyes, identified in the Trade and Companies Register of Troyes under number 539 717 629, operating its business under intra-community VAT number FR9053971762900015 and notably owning the ROMY and ROMY PARIS trade marks, French trade marks relating to premium and innovative cosmetics (“ROMY” or “ROMY Paris”). Tel : 09 54 87 89 90, Email : email@example.com .
The publishing director is Mr Morgan ACAS.
The Website is hosted by the company Amazon Web Services, Inc.
P.O. Box 81226
Seattle, WA 98108-1226
001 206 266 7010
The Website has been created and edited by Romy Paris.
Third party websites
In cases where Connectivity Services contain hyperlinks directing to websites published by third parties (hereinafter ‘Third Party Websites’) over which AC&B exercises no control, AC&B assumes no responsibility as to the content of Third Party Websites or content to which Third Party Websites may direct. The presence of hyperlinks directing to Third Party Websites shall not in any way imply approval by AC&B of the content of Third Party Websites. AC&B is not responsible for any changes or updates made to Third Party Websites. AC&B is not responsible for the transmission of information from Third Party Websites or for their poor functioning.
Furthermore, AC&B cannot be held responsible for the consequences of the collection and processing of false information from Third Party Websites.
AC&B services, the Website, Application, Figure, HyLab and Related Products and all their constituent components are, unless otherwise stated, the exclusive property of AC&B. All trade marks and logos belonging to AC&B may not be used by the Customer without the prior written consent of AC&B.
Accordingly, under the provisions of the French Intellectual Property Code, the legal and regulatory provisions of all countries and international conventions, all reproduction, circulation or representation, in part or in full, of AC&B products and services or any constituent part thereof is prohibited along with their alteration. In this regard, the Customer is in particular prohibited from adapting, altering, modifying, correcting, combining, translating into any and all languages, placing on the market free of charge or against payment, commercialising, all or part of Connectivity Services supplied by AC&B or any constituent component thereof, regardless of the method or medium.
The Customer agrees to use Website content strictly for private purposes. All use for commercial purposes is strictly prohibited.
All content placed online by the Customer is his/her sole responsibility. The Customer agrees not to place online content that might adversely affect the interests of third parties. The Customer shall assume the cost of all legal proceedings brought by an injured party against the Website.
No clause in the GTCs may be interpreted as a transfer of intellectual property rights, tacit or otherwise.
Applicable law and jurisdiction
These GTCs are subject to French law. All disputes in relation to the validity, enforcement or interpretation of the GTCs shall be subject, in the absence of amicable agreement, to the Regional Court of Paris, to which the Parties confer jurisdiction, irrespective of the place of execution or the residence of the defendant. This conferral also applies to interim proceedings, as well as proceedings involving multiple defendants or the introduction of third parties.
A “cookie” is a tiny information file sent by the User’s browser and stored in the User’s computer terminal (hereinafter “Cookies”). This file includes information such as the User’s Internet service provider, the User’s operating system and the date and time of access. Cookies never risk damaging the User’s terminal.
AC&B is likely to gather and process, with third party websites in particular, the User’s information relating to its visit to the Website; such information will include the pages viewed, the research undertaken, the website visited immediately prior to visiting the Website and the choices made by the User as regards services or personalisation. This information will allow AC&B to improve the content of the Website, the User’s browsing experience, and/or to compile statistics relating to those using the Website, in order to study the market internally or provide the User with the service he has requested.
The Website uses the following Cookies:
- Google Analytics (third party cookie allowing the generation of navigation statistics)
The User may configure his browser using the “Preferences/Security” menu, whether or not he wishes to agree to Cookies being stored in his terminal or to refuse them, either automatically or based on their issuer. The User may also configure his web browser to allow him to accept or refuse individual Cookies that are offered to him.
If the User refuses to store Cookies or deletes those that have been stored, his browsing and experience on the Website may be limited. In this case, AC&B accepts no responsibility for the consequences associated with the functioning of the Website.