Information about the person in charge of the site
The website www.charlotte-beaude.com (hereinafter the "Site") has been developed, managed and published by Corsac SRL (hereinafter the "House"), a company whose registered office is located at Avenue Lepoutre 8, Ixelles, Belgium, registered with the Crossroads Bank of Enterprises of Belgium under no. BE 0752.749.494.
Good functioning, safety and accessibility
We take all reasonable and necessary steps to ensure the proper functioning, security and accessibility of our site. However, we cannot offer a guarantee of absolute operability and our actions must therefore be considered as covered by an obligation of means.
Any use of the site is always at the user's own risk. Thus, we are not responsible for damages that may result from possible malfunctions, interruptions, defects or harmful elements present on the site, regardless of the existence of a case of force majeure or a foreign cause.
We reserve the right to restrict access to our site or to interrupt its operation at any time without prior notice. This, in principle, only if the circumstances of the case justify it, but this is not an absolute condition.
Content of the site
The House largely determines the content of its site and takes great care of the information on it. The House takes all possible measures to keep its site as complete, accurate and up-to-date as possible, even when the information on it is provided by third parties. The House reserves the right to modify, supplement or delete the site and its content at any time.
The House cannot offer an absolute guarantee concerning the quality of the information on its site. It is therefore possible that this information may not always be complete, accurate, sufficiently precise and/or up-to-date. Consequently, La Maison may not be held liable for any damage, direct or indirect, that the user may suffer as a result of the information presented on the site.
If certain content on the site is in violation of applicable laws and/or the rights of third parties and/or would simply be contrary to morality, we ask you to inform us as soon as possible so that we can take appropriate measures. In particular, the House may partially or totally delete the said information.
The site contains downloadable content. Any downloading from the site is always at the user's own risk. The House may under no circumstances be held liable for any damage, direct or indirect, resulting from such downloads, such as loss of data or damage to the user's computer system, which are entirely and exclusively the responsibility of the user.
Concerning more specifically the prices and information on our products appearing on the site, a reservation applies for obvious formal errors, such as typing errors. Under no circumstances can the user claim the existence of a contract with the House based on such mistakes.
As a user, you have some responsibility for the proper functioning of the site. You must at all times refrain from taking any action that could adversely affect the proper functioning and security of the site and its use. For example, the site may not be used to circumvent our Business Model and/or to collect information on other users.
In particular, it is forbidden to use the Site to disseminate content that would result in damage to other users, such as the propagation of malicious software such as computer viruses. The proliferation of unsolicited and/or commercial messages through the Site is also prohibited, as well as unsolicited emails, spamming or chain letters.
The House reserves the right to take all necessary measures to remedy the situation for itself and its users, both judicially and extra-judicially. The user is solely and exclusively liable, personally and exclusively, in the event that his or her actions and behaviour have actually resulted in damage to the site or to other users. In this case, the user in question must ensure that he or she exonerates La Maison from any claim for damages that may ensue.
Links to external sites
The site may contain links or hyperlinks to external websites or other forms of online portals. Such links do not automatically imply that there is a relationship between us and the external website or even that we implicitly agree with the content of these external websites.
The House exercises no control over external websites. We are therefore not responsible for the safe and correct functioning of the hyperlinks and their final destination. As soon as the user clicks on the hyperlink, he or she leaves our site. We can therefore no longer be held liable for any subsequent damage.
The content published on the site is protected by the intellectual property rights of La Maison. By "content", we mean the information, logos, photos, trademarks, designs, models, slogans, databases, etc. accessible on the site. The technical nature of the site itself, i.e. the computer code, is also protected by intellectual property rights.
By visiting our site, the user is granted a limited right to access, use and display our site and its content. This right is granted on a non-exclusive, non-transferable basis and may only be used for personal, non-commercial use. Except with the prior written consent of La Maison, users are not authorized to modify, reproduce, translate, distribute, sell, borrow, rent or communicate to the public, in whole or in part, the protected elements.
General provisions applicable to our General Terms and Conditions
The House reserves the right to modify, extend, delete, limit or interrupt the site and its associated services at any time, without prior notice, and without this giving rise to any form of compensation.
Our General Terms and Conditions (in particular our general terms and conditions of sale) are executed and interpreted in accordance with Belgian law. Any dispute relating to the validity, interpretation or execution of our General Terms and Conditions shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of the judicial district of Brussels.
The illegality or nullity of any provision of our General Terms and Conditions, in whole or in part, shall have no impact on the validity and application of the other provisions of our General Terms and Conditions. In such a case, we have the right to replace the unenforceable clause by another provision that is valid in law and of similar scope.