WEBSITE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF USE
Welcome to the website www.pprs-research.com (hereafter referred to as the “Site”).
The aim of this site is to provide information about PPRS company.
In accordance with the law, we invite you to read the following Terms and Conditions of use (hereafter referred to as the “Terms and Conditions”). These Terms and Conditions relate to the legal rights and responsibilities applicable when you use this Site.
This site is at your disposal for personal use, subject to the following Terms and Conditions being respected.
In accessing this Site, browsing and/or using it, you acknowledge having read, understood and accepted these Terms and Conditions, and that you undertake to comply with the relevant laws and regulations. If you do not accept these Terms and Conditions, please do not use this Site.
You undertake to access the information provided on this Site only for personal and non-commercial use.
The Site must only be used for legal ends; no unauthorised use or misappropriation is permitted.
The content of this legal notice may be subject to change; consequently, we invite you to consult this page on a regular basis and check the last date it was updated.
This Site is published by PPRS, a “Société par Actions Simplifiée” (a private limited company) with a capital of 40,000.00 €, registered office at 12, rue de la Paix, 75002 Paris, France, registered on the “Registre du Commerce et des Sociétés” (Trade and Companies Register) under number 529 166 977 RCS PARIS.
The Site publication director is Fabrice Aurousseau, President of PPRS.
The Site content is hosted on servers belonging to PlanetHoster, registered office at 4416 Louis B. Mayer, Laval, Quebec, H7P 0G1, Canada.
This site is governed by French legislation relating to copyright law, trademark law and, generally, to intellectual property rights.
PPRS’s brands and logos (semi-figurative marks) appearing on the Site are registered trademarks. Any reproduction or representation, total or partial, alone or integrated into other elements, without express and prior written permission from PPRS, its subsidiary companies and subsidiary entities, or controlling companies, is strictly prohibited.
The general Site structure, software, text, images, videos, sound, expertise, animations and, more generally, all information and content appearing on the Site are, except if otherwise stated, the property of PPRS, its subsidiary companies or subsidiary entities or are subject to user or performance rights. These elements are governed by copyright protection laws.
Any representation, modification, reproduction, distortion, either total or partial, of all or a part of the Site and its content, by any method and using any medium, constitutes counterfeiting according to articles L335-2 onwards of the « Code de la Propriété Intellectuelle” (Intellectual Property Code).
These Terms and Conditions do not grant any licence for using brands, logos or photographs belonging to PPRS, its subsidiary companies, subsidiary entities or controlling companies.
The Site databases, if present, are protected by provisions relating to legal protection of databases. As such, PPRS expressly prohibits any reuse, reproduction or extraction of elements from their databases. The user will be held responsible for any unauthorised reuse, reproduction or extraction.
PPRS reserves the right to remove immediately, and without prior formal notice, any content, message, text, image, graphic which contravene any law or regulation in force.
Should you wish to use any Site content (text, image, etc.), you must obtain express prior written permission from PPRS, its subsidiary companies or subsidiary entities, by writing to the address specified in the “Legal Information » section.
The Site is not designed to receive confidential information from you. Consequently any information, in whatever form – documents, data, graphics, questions, suggestions, concepts, remarks, or anything else – which you communicate on the Site will not be treated confidentially under any circumstances. Therefore, when you send information to us, we have the right to use, reproduce, publish, modify or communicate it in order to process your request.