General Terms and Conditions of Use
Published on 01/04/2019
Browsing this website constitutes full acceptance of these General Terms and Conditions of Use
By using and browsing this website, you agree to comply with these general terms and conditions of use. As such, you warrant to the Publisher of this site that you have read, understood and accepted the following provisions.
The enforceable version of the General Terms and Conditions of Use is the online version for the duration of use of the Website.
Article 1 – Definitions
Website, hereinafter referred to as “the Website”: refers to the Website accessible via the following URL: https://wai-zhan.com/
- GCU: refers to these general terms and conditions of use.
- Visitor/User: refers to any natural or legal person who browses the Website.
- Member: refers to any natural person who creates a Member account on the Website (only if the Website offers the creation of a personal account)
Name/company name : 深圳市欧美风格网站设计有限公司
Legal form: SARL
Address of the headquarters or establishment: 广东省 深圳市 宝安区 西乡街道 518102 Shenzhen
Contact : We invite you to use our dedicated form
Article 2 – Purpose
The purpose of these T&Cs is to define the rules that apply when consulting and using the Website, to determine the responsibilities of Visitors, Members and the Publisher in connection with the navigation and use of the Website. By browsing and using the Website, you are deemed to have fully accepted these T&Cs. Consequently, by continuing to browse the Website, the Visitor and the Member acknowledge that they accept and adhere to these T&Cs. The current online version of the T&Cs is the only one enforceable during the entire period of use of the Website and this until a new version replaces it. The Publisher reserves the right to modify the TOS at any time. Nevertheless, the enforceable version of the T&Cs is the one online at the time of consultation and use of the Website.
Article 3 – Intellectual property – Copyright
All the elements contained on the Website, whether images, databases, logos, illustrations, trademarks, designs, models, layouts, downloadable documents, models, presentations of graphic creations are protected as intellectual property under French and international law. Consequently, all the content of the Website belongs to the Publisher or its partners exclusively under copyright and intellectual property law.
As such, any reproduction, representation, adaptation, partial or total modification of any element composing the Website, by any means whatsoever, is prohibited under penalty of legal proceedings, unless prior written authorization is obtained from the Publisher. To obtain the Publisher’s authorization, the Visitor or Member must comply with the following procedure: Make a specific complaint using the contact form.
Article 4 – Hypertext links
The setting up by the Visitor or Site Member of hypertext links to all or part of the Website is strictly prohibited, except with the prior written consent of the Publisher. To obtain this agreement, the user must make a specific complaint using the contact form, specifying the address of the site concerned and the objective pursued. The Publisher is free to accept or refuse the establishment of hypertext links requested by the Visitor or Member without having to justify its decision. If the Publisher authorizes this implementation, the authorization remains temporary. The Publisher reserves the right to request the removal of the hypertext links set up at any time upon simple request, whether or not this setting up has been authorised by it.
Any information accessible via a link to other sites is not under the control of the Publisher, who declines any responsibility for its content.
Article 5 – Personal data
In the context of the use of the website, the Publisher is required to collect personal data relating to the users of the website. This is the case when the user connects to the site, registers there, or publishes a comment.
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Article 6 – Cookies
When the Visitor browses the website, certain information relating to his or her browsing may be recorded in files called “cookies”. These cookies are installed by the Publisher on the website user’s computer system. The purpose of these cookies is to facilitate navigation on the website, to establish traffic statistics such as the number of visits, the number of pages viewed, to improve the performance of the website, to record information provided in the forms on the website, to manage and secure personal spaces, to manage the shopping cart.
The website user can refuse these cookies via his browser settings.
Third-party cookies may also be placed on the user’s computer. These cookies are set by third parties and the Publisher has no access to or control over these cookies. The website user can refuse these cookies via his browser settings.
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Article 7 – Creation of a Member account
To use the services offered by the Website, the Visitor may create a Member account on the Website and complete a membership form requiring the following information: Last name, first name, email address, phone number, Wechat account…
Each Member agrees not to disclose or transfer his password to a third party. Any Member can modify the information concerning him/her by connecting to his/her Member area using his/her email address and password.
Each Member is responsible for the use, retention and non-disclosure of their password. The Website Publisher shall not be held liable in the event of fraudulent use of a personal account.
If the owner of a Member account notices fraudulent use of his personal account, he undertakes to immediately inform the Publisher.
From his Member area, the Member can modify the information concerning him, change his password….
Article 8 – Obligations and responsibilities of Visitors and Members
Visitors and Members agree to:
- Not to publish content that contains erroneous information or that is likely to be misleading or that would be considered illegal under the law and regulations in force or these T&Cs;
- Not to use the information published on the Website for any purpose that does not comply with the law, the regulations in force and these T&Cs;
- Do not create a Member account in the name of another person;
- Do not impersonate another person;
- Not to disclose to a third party the personal information of a Visitor collected on the Website;
- Do not share your personal account with a third party;
- Do not ask other Members for their login and password;
- Do not modify or delete another Member’s account or information published by a third party;
- Do not use the Website for any unlawful purpose;
- Do not use the services of the Website for the purpose of illegal activity;
- Do not divert or attempt to divert any of the features of the Website from its normal use.
The Publisher reserves the right to block access to the Website to a Visitor in whole or in part if the Visitor does not comply with all the provisions of these T&Cs.
Pursuant to Article 6. I. 7 of the Law on Trust in the Digital Economy of 21 June 2004 (No. 2004-575), the Website Visitor must inform the Publisher, through the contact form, of any content that promotes crimes against humanity, incites racial hatred, touches pornography, incites violence or damages human dignity.
Each Visitor is required to inform the Publisher by e-mail of any content on the Website that may be erroneous, unlawful, abusive, discriminatory or defamatory. To notify the Publisher, the User must indicate to him his full name (for a legal entity, his corporate name and RCS number), address and a description of the disputed facts. The Publisher undertakes to do everything possible, upon receipt of this warning, to remedy the disputed facts.
By using the Website, the Member represents and warrants that any information provided at the time of registration on the Website is true, that he/she will maintain the accuracy of such information through regular updating, that he/she is at least 18 years old and that he/she has full legal capacity to contract.
Article 9 – Site management
For the proper management of the site, the Publisher may at any time :
- Suspend, interrupt or limit access to all or part of the site, reserve access to the site, or to certain parts of the site, to a specific category of Internet user;
- Delete any information that may disrupt its operation or contravene national or international laws, or the rules of good manners;
- Suspend the site in order to make updates.
Article 10 – Limitation of liability
The Publisher cannot be held liable in the event of a failure, breakdown, difficulty or interruption of operation, preventing access to the site or one of its functionalities.
The connection material to the site that the Visitor uses is under his sole responsibility.
The Visitor must take all appropriate measures to protect his equipment and his own data, in particular from viral attacks via the Internet. The Visitor is also solely responsible for the sites and data he consults.
The Publisher shall not be held liable in the event of legal proceedings against the Visitor:
- As a result of using the site or any service accessible via the Internet;
- Due to his failure to comply with these general conditions.
The Publisher is not liable for any damage caused to itself, third parties and/or its equipment as a result of its connection or use of the site and waives any action against it as a result.
If the Publisher were to be the subject of an amicable or legal proceeding as a result of a Visitor’s use of the Site, he may seek compensation for all damages, sums, convictions and costs that may result from such proceedings.
Article 11 – Force majeure
Any circumstances beyond the control of the parties preventing the performance under normal conditions of their obligations shall be considered as grounds for exemption from the parties’ obligations and shall entail their suspension.
The party invoking the circumstances referred to above shall immediately notify the other party of their occurrence, as well as of their disappearance.
Force majeure shall be considered to be any irresistible facts or circumstances, external to the parties, unforeseeable, unavoidable, unavoidable, beyond the control of the parties and which cannot be prevented by the latter, despite all reasonable efforts. Expressly, are considered as force majeure or fortuitous events, in addition to those usually retained by the jurisprudence of French courts and tribunals: the blocking of means of transport or supplies, earthquakes, fires, storms, floods, lightning, the shutdown of telecommunication networks or difficulties specific to telecommunication networks external to customers.
The parties will approach each other to examine the impact of the event and agree on the conditions under which the contract will continue to be performed. If the case of force majeure lasts for more than three months, these general conditions may be terminated by the injured party.
Article 12 – Applicable law
These terms and conditions of use of the site are governed by French law.
Article 13 – Contact us
For any question, information regarding the Website, you can leave a message on our contact form