TERMS OF USE

Legal information 

The website www.ferlux.com is published by FERLUX, a simplified joint stock company (SAS) under French law with a capital of 

718,425 euros, whose registered office is in France at 24 avenue d’Aubière in Cournon d’Auvergne (63800), registered in the Clermont-Ferrand Trade and Companies Register (TCR) under the number 858201601, and whose tax identification number (TIN) is FR66858201601. 

Phone number: +33 (0)4 73 84 21 84 

Contact form 

Director of publication: David Daroux, Director. 

The website www.ferlux.com is hosted by ALTERWAY, 227 Bureaux de la colline, 1 rue Royale – Bât. D, 92210 Saint-Cloud, France. Phone number: +33 (0)1 41 16 34 95. 

General Terms of Use (GTU) 

The purpose of these General Terms of Use (hereinafter, “the GTU”) is to set out the terms and conditions for the provision and use of the content and services of the website www.ferlux.com (hereinafter, “the Website”) between FERLUX as publisher of the Website (hereinafter, “the Publisher”) and the user of the Website (hereinafter, “the User”). 

Access to the Website and its contents, as well as the use of the services offered by the Website, implies the User’s unreserved acceptance of these GTU. As the GTU may be modified at any time and without notice, the User is invited to consult them regularly. 

Purpose of the Website and access to services 

The purpose of the Website is to present the company FERLUX and the products it markets. 

The Website is accessible anywhere and to any User with an internet connection. All the expenses involved in accessing the Website (computer hardware, software, internet connection, etc.) are the responsibility of the User. 

The Website allows the User access to the following services: 

  • General information about the company and its products 
  • A contact form 

The Publisher uses all the tools at its disposal to ensure high-quality access to the Website and to its services. However, this is an obligation of means and not of result: the User thus agrees not to claim any compensation from the Publisher and their suppliers, in the event that the Website is not available at the time when the User wishes to access it.  

Access to the Website and its services can, at any time and without prior notice, be interrupted, suspended or changed, for maintenance purposes or for any other reason. 

The Publisher shall not be liable for damages resulting from interference, interruptions, computer viruses, malfunctions or disconnections of the terminal that could temporarily prevent the User’s access or navigation. 

Although the Publisher has taken the greatest care in developing the Website, it may nevertheless contain inaccuracies. The User is invited to inform the Publisher of any suggestions for optimization. 

Responsibilities 

Any information provided on the Website relating to well-being is presented for information purposes only. This information does not claim to cover all aspects of well-being and nutrition. The User uses the Website under his sole responsibility. In particular he acknowledges and agrees not to rely on the information it contains to make decisions regarding his health or possible medical treatment without the advice of a health professional. 

The Publisher endeavors to provide quality, verified information. However, information sources cannot be completely guaranteed.  

Any “outbound” links present on the Website enable the User to access information and other complementary resources available on the internet, or to share information on social networks. The Publisher has no means of controlling the content of these completely independent third-party websites and, as such, cannot be held responsible for the consequences of accessing these third-party websites and their content. 

The User may only set up a hyperlink to the Website with the formal and prior authorization of the Publisher. 

Intellectual Property  

The Website is intellectual work protected by intellectual property law. The Website along with all the items comprising it (such as logos, texts, photographs, images, PDF files and videos, etc.) are the exclusive property of the Publisher. The relevant domain name has been registered and is protected. 

Duplication or reproduction in part or in its entirety of the Website or of any of its constituent components is authorised solely for private use. Any duplication or reproduction in part or in its entirety of the Website or of one of its constituent components in any medium and in any manner whatsoever for other purposes and in particular for business ends without formal authorisation from the Publisher and/or the copyright holder is prohibited and shall constitute counterfeiting liable to criminal prosecution. 

Brands and logos featuring in the Website are registered brands (semi-figurative and otherwise). Furthermore, the images featuring in the Website are protected by copyright. Any reproduction in part or in its entirety of said images, brands or logos from this Internet website’s components is not authorised without prior written consent from the Publisher, as defined by article L 713-2 of the French Intellectual Property Code. 

Data protection 

The Publisher undertakes to comply with the regulatory provisions applicable to the protection of personal data, in particular Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 (General Data Protection Regulation). 

The User may freely browse the Website without explicitly providing any personal information. Nevertheless, he may be required to provide data concerning him, for example by contacting the Publisher. In addition, the Website uses “cookies”, which may send data about the User to third parties. 

To understand how personal data on the Website is processed, the User must carefully read the data protection policy on the Website. 

The use of the Website implies, in fact, that the User has read and understood these documents and that he/she has undertaken to consult them regularly. 

Applicable law and competent jurisdiction 

The GTU are governed by French law. Any conflict or divergence of interpretation will be subject to the jurisdiction of the French courts.