Legal Notice

1. Site presentation

In compliance with article 6 of law no. 2004-575 dated 21 June 2004 regarding the digital economy, the identity of participants in the creation and development of the Stop Circuit site is provided to users:

Owner : STOPCIRCUIT

Company registration number : 518 148 549 00026

Address : 121 Boulevard de la résistance CS 30920 71 020 Mâcon Cedex 9 – France

Site designer : Notre Studio

Publication manager : Samuel Gaudin – 04 74 96 31 35

Host : Celeonet – 44 Ancienne Route d’Irigny, 69530 Brignais

2. General terms and conditions of site use and the services provided

Users of the site implicitly agree to the general conditions of use featured hereafter. These conditions can be updated at any time. We recommend users read them regularly. This site is generally accessible to all users at any time.

Service interruptions due to maintenance can be programmed at any time by the owner who will attempt to communicate the date and time of such interruptions to users. The site is regularly updated by Stop Circuit. The legal notice can also be updated without notice. We recommend users read them regularly.

3. Description of services provided

The objective of the site is to provide complete information about the company’s activities. Stop Circuit aims to provide information which is as precise as possible. However, they cannot be held responsible for omissions, inaccuracies and insufficient updates carried out either by the company or due to information provided by a third party.

All the information on the site is provided for information purposes only and is subject to change. Furthermore, the information on the site is not exhaustive. Modifications may have been made since they were published.

4. Contractual limitations on technical data

The site will not be held responsible for material damages due to use of the site. Furthermore, users commit to using recent devices to access the site with no viruses and a current updated browser.

5. Intellectual property and forgery

Stop Circuit holds the rights to the intellectual property and all the elements accessible on the site, such as the text, images, graphics, logo, icons, sound and software. Reproduction, representation, modification, publication or adaptation of all or part of the elements on the site, regardless of the means or the process used, is forbidden without prior written approval from Stop Circuit.

Unauthorised exploitation of the site or any of the elements featured therein is considered to be forgery and will be subject to prosecution in compliance with article L.335-2 and in accordance with the French Intellectual Property Code.

6. Limitations of responsibility

Stop Circuit will not be held responsible for direct or indirect damage caused by user devices when accessing the site and resulting in the use of material not compliant with specifications mentioned in point 4, due to the appearance of a software bug or incompatibility. Stop Circuit will not be held responsible for indirect damage (such as a lost market or opportunity) due to use of the site.

Interactive areas, such as the contact form where questions can be asked, are available to users. Stop Circuit reserves the right to deleting, without official notice, any content in this space which infringes French legislation, particularly data protection measures. If applicable, Stop Circuit also reserves the right to question the civil and/or criminal liability of the user, particularly in the case of racist, insulting, libellous or pornographic messages regardless of the format used (text, photography, etc.).

7. Personal data protection

See our personal data protection policy here : Privacy policy.

8. Hypertext links

The site contains hypertext links to other sites which have been added with Stop Circuit’s authorisation. However, Stop Circuit cannot verify the content of sites visited via the hypertext links and will not assume any responsibility as a result.

9. Governing law and jurisdiction

Any litigation related to the use of the site is governed by French law. Paris is the only competent tribunal.