Camping de Laborie
In accordance with the provisions of articles 6 and 19 of French Law no. 2004-575 of 21 June 2004 on confidence in the digital economy, known as L.C.E.N., users of and visitors to the Camping de Laborie website are informed of the following legally required information.
Article 1 – Legally-Required Information
Pursuant to article 6 of French Law no. 2004-575 of 21 June 2004 on confidence in the digital economy, this article states the identities of the various parties involved in creating and operating the website.
1.1. Site publisher
The site https://www.campingdelaborie.com/ (hereinafter ‘the Site’) is published by the company Camping de Laborie (hereinafter ‘the Publisher’), a SARL (limited liability company) with a share capital of €133,392.89, listed on the Trade and Companies Register (RCS) of Aubenas under no. 423 912 187, intra-community VAT no. FR 31 423 912 187, with its registered office at: 780, Route de Ruoms – 07120 Pradons – France.
– Telephone: +33 (0)9 66 81 18 37
– Email address: contact|at|campingdelaborie.com
1.2. Publication director
The person legally responsible for the website’s content (hereinafter ‘Publication Director’) is: Samuel Lauriol.
1.3. Website host
The site is hosted by Indigo Theory (hereinafter ‘the Host’) a SARL (limited liability company) with a share capital of €10,000, listed on the Trade and Companies Register (RCS) of Aubenas under no. 504 190 497, with its registered office at: 120, Route de Bessas – 07150 Vagnas.
– Telephone: +33 (0)6 33 74 44 69
User (hereinafter ‘the User’): An internet user visiting and using the site. Any internet user who visits, browses, reads, views or uses the site is considered a user.
Article 2 – Access to the Site
Access to and continued browsing of the site imply full acceptance of these provisions and the general terms and conditions of use that follow in their entirety.
These general terms and conditions of use may be modified or added to at any time without prior notice and the publisher cannot be held responsible for any consequences of this. Site users are therefore asked to consult them regularly. The version of these general terms and conditions of use currently online is the only legally enforceable version for the duration of the use of the site.
Article 3 – Website General Terms and Conditions of Use
The site constitutes an intellectual work protected by the provisions of the French Intellectual Property Code (Code de la propriété intellectuelle) and the applicable international regulations. The user may not in any way reuse, pass on or employ for their own advantage any of the components or work on the site in full or in part.
Access to and use of the site are strictly limited to personal purposes. The user agrees not to use this site or any of the information contained within it for commercial, political or advertising purposes or for any other form of marketing, including sending unsolicited emails.
Article 4 – Site Content
The purpose of the site is to provide information about all of the publisher’s activity. The publisher shall endeavour to provide information that is as accurate as possible on the site. However, it cannot be held responsible for any oversights, errors or failures to update the site, whether through its own fault or that of the external partners who provide it with this information.
All information on the site is given as a guide only, and is liable to change. In addition, the information on the site is not exhaustive. It is subject to any amendments that may have been made since it was put online.
Article 5 – Intellectual Property Rights and Infringements
The publisher or its partners are the owners of the intellectual property rights and hold the usage rights for all of the components accessible on the site, including text, still and moving images, graphics, logos, videos, icons and sounds, as well as all of the applications that could be used to make this site work and more generally all of the components reproduced or used on the site.
Any reproduction, display, modification, publication or adaptation of any components of the site, in full or in part, regardless of the method or process used, is prohibited, except in the event of prior written agreement from the publisher.
Any unauthorised use of the site or of one of the elements it contains will be considered an infringement and will be subject to legal proceedings in accordance with the provisions of articles L.335-2 onwards of the French Intellectual Property Code.
The trademarks and logos featured on the site are the property of the publisher or of third parties and partners having authorised the publisher to use them. Any full or partial reproduction of these trademarks or logos carried out using the components of the site without the express permission of the publisher is therefore prohibited, in the meaning of article L.713-2 of the French Intellectual Property Code.
Article 6 – Limitation of Liability
The publisher cannot be held responsible for material damages connected to the use of the site. In addition, the user of the site agrees to access the site using a recent device, with no viruses and with the latest version of a web browser with the latest updates installed.
The site is hosted by a provider within the European Union in accordance with the provisions of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR: no. 2016/679).
The aim is to provide a service that ensures the best possible level of availability. The host ensures the continuity of their service 24/7, every day of the year. It does however reserve the possibility of interrupting the hosting service for the shortest duration possible for purposes including maintenance, improvements to its infrastructure or problems with its infrastructure, or if the site’s services generate what is considered to be an abnormal amount of traffic.
The publisher and the host cannot be held responsible in the event of any technical problems with the user’s internet, telephone lines or computer or telephony equipment related for example to network congestion preventing access to the server.
The publisher cannot be held responsible for any damage directly or indirectly caused to the user’s equipment during their visit to the site as a result either of the use of a device that does not meet the requirements stated above or of a bug or incompatibility issue.
The publisher can also not be held responsible for indirect damages (such as for example a loss of business or the loss of an opportunity) resulting from use of the site. Interactive areas (the option to contact the publisher via contact forms or email addresses) are made available to users. The publisher reserves the right to delete, without prior notice, any content submitted in this area that contravenes the applicable legislation in France, in particular the provisions relating to data protection. The publisher also reserves the right, where necessary, to hold the user liable under civil and/or criminal law, notably for messages of a racist, injurious, defamatory or pornographic nature, regardless of the format used (text, photographs, etc.).
Article 7 – Hyperlinks
Prior written approval from the publisher is required to create a hyperlink leading to the site. In any event, any site connected by hyperlink to this site is not under the publisher’s control. The publisher can in no circumstances be held responsible for sites connected by hyperlink to this site and does not accept any responsibility for their content or their use.
Article 8 – Cookies
What is a ‘cookie’?
A ‘cookie’ (hereinafter ‘Cookies’) is a small electronic file that is sent to the hard drive of the user’s device (computer, smartphone, etc.) by a website that they visit. The cookie is saved on the hard drive by the user’s web browser. It is saved in order to store different information and technical data that can then be read during a subsequent visit to the same website.
The publisher and/or third-party companies may place one or more cookies on the hard drive of the user’s device when they browse this site in order to collect information on use of the site, such as the pages consulted. This information enables the publisher to improve the functioning, the navigation, the interactivity and the use more generally of the site and its services.
When they first visit the site, the user has the option to accept or reject the saving of cookies on their device. See the section: Cookies.
Article 9 – Privacy
Article 10 – Governing Law and Jurisdiction
These terms and conditions of use are governed by French law. Any dispute that arises in connection with the interpretation and/or performance of these terms and conditions would be subject to the jurisdiction of the French courts in the region of the publisher’s registered office.