Legal notices

www.carjager.com website (the « Website ») is the exclusive property of the société par actions simplifiée ARNAGE MOTORS (the « Company ») with a share capital of € 12,255.13, registered with the Commercial and Companies Register of PARIS under the number 834 496 101, whose head office is located 3 rue Anatole de la Forge 75017 PARIS.

The Website is hosted by Amazon Web Services, Inc. P.O. Box 81226 Seattle, WA 98108-1226 http://aws.amazon.com

Website publication director : Eléonore de la Grandière.

Personal data

Personal data processing

The registration on the Website involved the collection and the processing of the user personal data by the Company.

In addition, the user agrees his personal data may be processed and saved by the Company for five (5) years, under the responsibility of the latter and under the conditions referred to below.

All the data collected by the Company is necessary for the registration of the user on the Website, for the delivering of the services and for all the follow-up actions that might result.

Furthermore, the Company may transmit the data:



Moreover, the Company may send to the user, in particular by email, unless opposed by the user:

Exercise of rights related to the personal data

The user owns a right to access, modify, rectify and delete his data, pursuant to articles 32 and following of the law n°78-17 dated 6 January 1978 called « Informatique et Libertés ».

Those rights can be exercised by the user by sending a request to the Company either by mail to 3 rue Anatole de la Forge 75017 PARIS or by email to hello@carjager.com.

This request must be accompanied by a copy of a proof of identity of the requester and must specify the address to which an answer could be sent.

Cookies

The Company can use cookies to, notably, facilitate the navigation of the user on the Website and to provide personalised offers. Those cookies can be deleted by the user in its browser settings. However, the deletion of cookies can disturb the navigation on the Website, even prevent the user from using some features.

The Company cannot use the cookie to identify the user but to collect information when visiting the Website. With this the Company can know which feature of the Website interests the user.

The Company may have a better understanding of the interests of the users and to provide them with information tailored to meet their needs.

Thanks to those cookies, users will avoid to give information the have already given.

The data used are strictly anonymous and are used for statistics purpose.

Intellectual property

The Company owns the rights on all the items put online on the Website (in particular texts, images, softwares, excepted information given by the users), which are protected by French and international laws related to intellectual property.

In addition, the Company owns all rights on the databases created with the Website – as a producer of the said base – which may contain information given by the user.

The Company also owns the brand “CarJager” which was filed with the EUIPO under the number 017459744 and the domain names regularly registered.

The user shall not copy, reproduce, disseminate all or part of the Website, in any form, in the absence of a written and prior authorisation of the Company.

More generally, the user shall not violate any intellectual property rights owned by the Company.

The Company reminds that any violation the integrity and the proper functioning of the Website may engage the liability of its author.

Applicable law and competent jurisdiction

French law will be the only law applicable to the relations between a user and the Company.

In the event of a disagreement because of the execution or the interpretation of this legal notices, the parties agree that, prior to any legal action, any claim needs a prior formal notice with a return receipt.

After ten (10) days following the sending the said notice remained unanswered, each party may initiate any legal proceedings.

The competent jurisdiction shall be determined pursuant to ordinary law rules, unless the user has a status of trader (“commerçant”).

For the traders (“commerçants”), any dispute between the parties, concerning the commercial relations and, in particular, concerning the closing, the interpretation, the execution and the termination of any contract will be subject to the jurisdiction of the Company’s head office, even in the event of multiple defendants or the introduction of third parties.