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    1. WHO ARE WE?

    The showcase website (hereinafter referred to as the “Site”) is published by the French company BONNEVAL EMERGENCE, a simplified joint stock company with a capital of 5,465,280 euros registered in the Lyon (France) Trade and Companies Register under number 507 496 909 (hereinafter referred to as “We”). In accordance with the regulations in force, you will find our full contact details in the Legal Notices of the Site.

    We invite you, for any question relating to these General Terms of Use and the Site, to send us an e-mail to or a letter addressed to the registered office of BONNEVAL EMERGENCE located at 17, avenue Georges Pompidou, le Danica – 69003 Lyon (France).


    The purpose of these General Terms of Use (“G.T.U.”) is to define the conditions under which we make the Site available to you and the conditions under which you may access it.

    The current T.C.U. can be viewed at any time by clicking on the link Terms of Use at the bottom of each page of the Site. We reserve the right to modify our T.C.U. at any time, it being specified that the applicable version will be the one published on our Site at the time you access it.

    By accessing the Site, you declare that you have read these GTC and that you accept them without restriction or reservation. You also acknowledge that you have the legal capacity required to contract and subscribe to the commitments set out in these GTC.

    By using this site, you declare that you are of legal age to adhere to these G.U.C., which may vary depending on the country in which you reside.



    The Site is accessible free of charge to any Internet user with a fixed or mobile access terminal (computer, smartphone) connected to the Internet network. You alone are responsible for the costs of communications making the connection to the Internet network accessible as well as the subscription to the necessary access contracts. Consequently, we cannot be held responsible in the event of a computer breakdown of your access terminal and/or the suspension and/or removal of your access to the Internet network.

    We make every effort to ensure that the Site is accessible at all times, with the exception of maintenance periods necessary for its proper functioning or development.

    We do not guarantee the accuracy or completeness of the information on the Site and we shall not be liable for its content.



    The Website, as well as the logos, brands, graphic charters, texts, images, photographs and sounds reproduced on it (hereinafter referred to as the “Content”) are the exclusive property of BONNEVAL EMERGENCE and/or its partners and are protected by French and international laws relating to intellectual property.

    Any total or partial reproduction of the Site and/or its Contents is strictly forbidden and may be subject to civil and criminal legal proceedings.

    We grant you a free, non-exclusive, personal and non-transferable right to consult the Site. This right of use is limited to your personal and exclusive use. You are therefore prohibited from copying, modifying, correcting, arranging, adapting, representing, decompiling, integrating or exploiting it in any way whatsoever and from making it available to third parties in any capacity whatsoever.

    Finally, you undertake not to use the Site and its Contents in such a way as to infringe the rights of BONNEVAL EMERGENCE and that this use does not constitute an infringement or an act of unfair or parasitic competition.



    Hypertext links from The Website. The Website may include hypertext links to partner websites and applications (the “Third Party Sites”). These Third Party Sites, over which we have no control, are published under the exclusive responsibility of their publishers. By clicking on the hyperlinks in question, you therefore expressly accept that we cannot be held responsible for: (i) for problems connecting to these Third Party Sites and/or using the various services offered on these same Third Party Sites; (ii) for any proven or alleged damage or loss resulting from or in connection with the use, consultation, or having relied on the contents, goods or services available on these Third Party Sites; (iii) the nature and content of advertisements, products and services presented on such Third Party Sites; (iv) interruptions or incidents related to the consultation of such Third Party Sites; (v) an act of computer hacking related in particular to the consultation of such Third Party Sites.

    Features and presentations on the Site. The presentation and functionalities of the Site are provided to you free of charge as is and are subject to change at any time by us. The Site may contain technical and typographical errors and other inaccuracies or omissions. We do not warrant that the functions of the Site will be uninterrupted or error-free, or that the Site will be free of viruses or other harmful components. Under no circumstances shall we be liable for any incidental, direct or indirect damages resulting from the use of the Site, nor for any difficulties or impossibilities in connecting to the Internet and the Site or for any loss of data while connecting to the Site.

    Antivirus Protection. It is your responsibility to take all appropriate measures to protect your own data, your access terminal and its software from contamination by any viruses circulating on the Internet. In no event shall we be liable for any direct or indirect damages of any kind, including without limitation financial or commercial damages, arising out of the use of the Site or any information obtained from the Site.

    Interruptions. We make every effort to ensure that the Site is accessible at all times, with the exception of maintenance periods necessary for its proper functioning or development, without you being able to claim the slightest compensation, or to hold us liable for any reason whatsoever.

    Access to the Site may also be temporarily interrupted, without said interruption giving rise to any compensation to you, in the event of force majeure and events beyond our control such as possible : (i)computer breakdowns and telecommunication network; (ii)behaviour of certain internet users; (iii)security breaches; (iv)failure of our partners and/or subcontractors; without you being able to claim any compensation or to bring into play our liability for any reason whatsoever.

    Finally, you acknowledge that, due to the nature of the Internet, we cannot guarantee the availability of the Site, nor can we be held liable for their temporary unavailability.



    Through the Site, we process a certain amount of personal data that allows us to identify you (surname, first name, email address, etc.). Your personal data may indeed be collected through cookies and other tracers and through our Contact form.

    With the exception of the processing strictly necessary for the operation of the Site, your personal data is only processed by us if you expressly consent to it via the cookie management module or when you expressly request it by filling in the Contact form.

    In accordance with the national and European regulations in force, you have a permanent right of access, modification, rectification, opposition, portability and limitation of processing with regard to information concerning you.

    For more information on the processing of your data, we invite you to consult our Cookie Policy and our Privacy Policy, which are permanently accessible on our Site.



    The possible nullity of a clause appearing in the present G.C.U. does not entail the nullity of the present G.C.U.

    Furthermore, the fact that the company does not avail itself of a breach of any of its obligations under these G.C.U. shall not be interpreted as a waiver of the obligation in question or as a waiver of the rights in question.

    These G.C.U. and the operations arising from them are governed by French law. They are written in French. In the event that they are translated into one or more languages, only the French text shall be deemed authentic in the event of a dispute.

    All disputes that may arise in application of these G.C.U. concerning their validity, interpretation, execution, termination, consequences and consequences and which could not be resolved amicably by the parties shall be submitted to the courts of Lyon, except in the event of a legal provision of public order to the contrary.