Current as of 20 October 2020.
Under Article 6-III and 19 of French Law No. 2004-575 of 21 June 2004 on confidence in the digital economy (LCEN), users of the www.enalia.com website are invited to read and understand the following terms and conditions.
GROUPE ENR’CERT, a simplified joint stock company with capital of €208,674.90, domiciled at 17 place des Reflets 92400– Courbevoie, and registered with the Paris register of companies, under SIREN 508 368 859
Intracommunity VAT: FR33508368859
Contact email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact phone number: +33 (0) 188 403 390
The www.enalia.com website is published online by ENALIA.
The publication director is ONYX CAPITAL, in its capacity of president of ENALIA
The ENALIA website and all of the data contained therein – such as logos, graphics, photos, and editorial texts – are protected under intellectual property rights. The ENALIA website and the information it contains are intended strictly for the personal use of the user, and may not be copied or shared with third parties, nor used in full or in part for any purpose, nor be used to create derivative works. As a result, unauthorised use of all or part of the ENALIA website (copying, representation, publication, etc.) is formally prohibited without the explicit consent of the publication director: this would invoke the liability of the user and may lead to legal action.
The website can be accessed from any location, 24 hours a day and any day of the week, notwithstanding force majeure and scheduled or unscheduled downtime for maintenance.
The www.enalia.com website contains various hyperlinks to other websites (partners, further information, etc.) that have been added with the website owner’s consent. However, the website owner is not able to verify the content of any websites visited via these hyperlinks, and will not be found in any way liable for any risks of illegal content.
Users are informed that when visiting the www.enalia.com website, one or more cookies may be automatically installed on their computer. A cookie is a small file that records information about how a website is used on a particular computer, without identifying the user. The data obtained in this way are intended to assist in later use of the website, and are also designed to provide visitor statistics.
Browser settings can inform users that cookies are being used and, if desired, enable users to reject cookies as described on the following website: www.cnil.fr
Refusal to install a cookie may render some features unavailable. Users can, however, use the following browser settings to reject all cookies:
Internet Explorer: Settings/Privacy tab Click on Advanced and check boxes to block cookies. Click Ok to confirm.
In Firefox: Application menu/settings. Select the Privacy & Security panel. Enhanced tracking protection: Check “custom” and select “all cookies” from drop-down menu. Close settings tab.
These terms and conditions are governed by French law. In case of a dispute where no amicable solution can be found, the case will be brought before the French courts in line with current legislation.