Welcome to the PRAXEDO website: www.praxedo.co.uk.
These Terms and Conditions govern the use of the PRAXEDO website (hereinafter the “Website”).
The clauses below apply to any Internet user (hereinafter, the “User”) visiting the Website.
The Website is the property of PRAXEDO. It is made available to you for information purposes.
The company PRAXEDO SARL (“PRAXEDO”) offers a service that enables Users to view and react to content placed on the Website (hereinafter, the “Services”).
If you have any question about using the Website, you can contact us at: email@example.com
The Website is published by PRAXEDO, a French limited liability company with a share capital of €1,000,000 and whose registered office is located at 28, Rue de Mogador – 75009 Paris, FRANCE. It is listed in the Trade and Companies Registry under number B 479 788 689; Telephone no.: +33 (0)1 4033 7979; Intracommunity VAT no.: FR54479788689
The Website is hosted by CERTIGNA, a French simplified joint-stock company with its registered office at 20 Allée de la Râperie, 59650 Villeneuve d’Ascq, FRANCE. It is listed in the Trade and Companies Registry of Lille under number 481 463 081. Tel: 0806 115 115
ARTICLE 1 – CAPACITY
The User declares that he holds the necessary power, authority and capacity to accept these Terms and Conditions.
ARTICLE 2 – SUBJECT MATTER
These Terms and Conditions set out the conditions under which PRAXEDO provides the Service to the User and the obligations on the User while using the Website.
ARTICLE 3 – ACCEPTANCE OF THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS
By entering the Website and browsing through its webpages, the User accepts, without reservation, these Terms and Conditions and agrees to be bound by them.
The Terms and Conditions must be accepted in order to use the Website and the Services offered on it.
ARTICLE 4 – AMENDMENTS TO THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS
PRAXEDO may revise these Terms and Conditions at any time.
The Terms and Conditions that apply will be the most recent version published online.
The User accepts any revision made. Accordingly, the User should regularly consult this webpage to be aware of the Terms and Conditions that apply.
If the User does not accept the amended or supplemented Terms and Conditions, he should cease entering and using the Website.
ARTICLE 5 – SANCTIONS FOR BREACH OF THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS
If the User does not abide by the Terms and Conditions or any other condition appearing on the Website, any right granted to the User will be automatically rescinded without notice.
ARTICLE 6 – INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
The Website contains statements on ownership and copyright information, the terms of which should be observed and respected.
The entire content of the Website, including the Services (structure, text, documents, graphics, software, etc.), is the exclusive property of PRAXEDO or of its service providers or has been made available under licence and is protected under French law, including legislation on intellectual property.
PRAXEDO’s logos and distinctive signs are protected under trademark law.
PRAXEDO grants to the User a limited, non-transferable, non-exclusive licence to enter the Website’s pages as a customer or potential customer insofar as the use of the Website is in compliance with these Terms and Conditions.
However, PRAXEDO does not grant to the User any explicit or implicit right or licence over patents, trademarks, copyright, other property rights or intellectual property rights.
The User is not authorised to create copies of the content that appears on the Website, another website linked to PRAXEDO or any media.
ARTICLE 7 – LINKS TO OTHER WEBSITES
PRAXEDO has included a number of links to other websites on its Website, including as part of the Services, to enable the User to have easier access to websites containing extra information.
Nevertheless, PRAXEDO is not liable for anything on those third-party websites accessible through such links.
ARTICLE 8 – AVAILABILITY
PRAXEDO does not warrant to the User that the Website and its Services will be free from interruption, viruses or any other harmful element outside of its control.
PRAXEDO may, at any time and without notice, decide to suspend or cancel the User’s access to all or part of the Website and its features, including those of the Services.
ARTICLE 9 – DISCLAIMER
Subject to applicable legal provisions, PRAXEDO is not liable to the User or any other third party for any direct, indirect, incidental, special, punitive or other damages or losses, whatever the cause, nature or consequences, including but not limited to the loss of income, loss of business, loss of profits, financial loss, loss of contract or opportunity, loss of data or programs, loss of use, loss of savings, virus infection, and loss of use of the User’s computer equipment. Nor will PRAXEDO be liable for, inter alia, any financial or commercial loss, interruption to business, resulting directly or indirectly from the Website or its use, or from any other websites or resources linked to it, referenced by it or accessible through it, or resulting directly or indirectly from the use of, downloading of, or other form of access to documents, information, products or services, even if PRAXEDO had knowledge that such damage could occur.
This disclaimer of liability applies to any cause for legal action, whether under contract, tort, warranty or other legal basis.
ARTICLE 10 – GOVERNING LAW AND JURISDICTION
10.1 These Terms and Conditions are governed by French law and will be interpreted accordingly.
10.2 Should any dispute arise as to the performance, existence, termination, validity or interpretation of these Terms and Conditions, PRAXEDO and the User will attempt to resolve the dispute amicably within 90 days of the first written notice of the dispute being received.
Where no amicable resolution is forthcoming within the above time frame, the competent courts of Paris (France) will have exclusive jurisdiction to hear the dispute, even in the event of multiple defendants or the introduction of a third party.
ARTICLE 11 – SEVERABILITY
If one or more provisions of these Terms and Conditions are deemed null and void by legislation, a regulation or a decision handed down by a competent court with no possibility of appeal, such provision(s) will be severed from these Terms and Conditions and all other provisions will remain valid.