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Intra-Community VAT number: FR 29 320 050 859
Telephone number: +33 (0)1 42 86 54 00
Mr Dominique Desseigne
This site is hosted by
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TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF USE
Welcome to the site www.fouquetsabudhabi.com (hereinafter referred to as the “Site”) which is presented by Groupe Lucien Barrière. By accessing and using the Site, you agree to the terms set forth in these general terms and conditions of use (hereinafter referred to as “Terms”). In the event that you disagree with certain terms listed within the Terms, we recommend you avoid use of the Site.
1. Intellectual property rights
The elements which appear on the Site (photos, text, slogans, brands, logos, graphics, images, databases, animated sound sequences, etc.) as well as the source code of the Site are the property of Groupe Lucien Barrière or of third parties having authorised Groupe Lucien Barrière to use them.
The use of all or part of the Site, in particular by download, reproduction, transmission, representation or distribution for any purposes other than for your personal and private use, whether for commercial purposes or not, is strictly forbidden. Any extraction or reuse of quantitatively or qualitatively substantial portions of the contents of any of the databases on this Site is also strictly prohibited without prior authorisation from Groupe Lucien Barrière, whether or not these databases are protected by articles L. 341-1 et seq. of the Intellectual Property Code. Any violation of these provisions is subject to the penalties provided by law.
When you use a “Share” feature on the Site to help others discover a product, event or communication from Groupe Lucien Barrière, you acknowledge and agree that content made available for sharing should not be used in any context other than purely personal use, with the exclusion of any commercial use on websites or web pages and/or any other digital medium for any commercial purposes.
Groupe Lucien Barrière authorises the creation of hypertext links to its contents, subject to:
authorisation from the website publication manager. For any enquiries, you may send us a message at email@example.com
avoiding use of the “deep linking” technique, i.e. the pages of the site should not be nested inside the pages of another site; they must be accessible by opening a dedicated window
specifying the source that will point directly to the targeted content through a hyperlink;
This authorisation does not apply to websites disseminating information of a controversial, pornographic, or xenophobic nature, or which could, to a large extent, offend most people’s sensibilities.
Third-party websites linking to the Site are not under the control of the Groupe Lucien Barrière, which consequently rejects all liability with regard to their content. The use of such websites falls under the sole liability of you, the user.
Groupe Lucien Barrière may only be held liable in the event of direct damage to you caused by fault, negligence or breach of its obligations.
Information accessible via the Site is provided ‘as is’. Groupe Lucien Barrière may not be held responsible for the accuracy or for errors or omissions present on the Site. You are solely responsible for your use of this information, and you agree not to transmit any information on the Site which may entail criminal or civil liability and, to this end, agree not to disclose illegal information by means of the Site which is defamatory in nature or which is contrary to public policy.
Groupe Lucien Barrière assumes no responsibility in the case of malfunction or lack of availability of the Site. Similarly, Groupe Lucien Barrière will not be held liable in the case of misuse or incidents related to the use of the Site, nor any computer errors or defects present on the Site.
4. Personal data
5. Change of Terms
Groupe Lucien Barrière reserves the right to modify these Terms at any time.
You may not transfer or assign any rights or obligations you hold under these Terms without the express and written permission of Groupe Lucien Barrière. Groupe Lucien Barrière reserves the right to transfer or assign these Terms to one or more third parties without your authorisation if said transfer or assignment does not lead to a reduction of your rights as provided by the Terms.
7. Applicable law and competent courts
These Terms are subject to French law, without any conflict-of-law rule being applicable. French courts have exclusive jurisdiction in any dispute arising from the use of the Site, the interpretation, execution or termination/end of the Terms.
8. Severance clause
If certain provisions of these Terms, including this stipulation, were declared wholly or partially null or unenforceable by a competent court, the remaining stipulations or parts of stipulations would not be affected and would remain valid and enforceable (unless the stipulation annulled was judged by the competent court to be an essential obligation of Groupe Lucien Barrière). In lieu of unenforceable or null stipulations, the legal provisions shall apply.
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Uncheck the option “Accept cookies”.
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