Terms and Conditions
The access and use of this website requires you to have reached the legal drinking age in your country of residence.
Welcome on this website dedicated to the St-Rémy brand and accessible via the following URL: https://www.st-remy.com/ hereinafter referred to as the “Website”).
The use of the Website implies the unconditional acceptance of the Terms and Conditions (hereinafter referred to as “T&Cs”). The users who do not accept the T&Cs are kindly asked to immediately logout from the Website.
The editor of the Website reserves itself the right to modify the T&Cs at any given time and without notice. The modification will take effect as soon as they are published online. We advise you to regularly consult the T&Cs in order to take knowledge of such potential modifications.
1. Legal information
THE EDITOR :
The Website is developed for and published by COINTREAU, a simplified joint-stock company with a capital of € 4 036 944, whose registered address is Carrefour Molière, 49 124 Saint-Barthélemy d’Anjou, France, registered in Angers under n°
582 143 384 (hereinafter referred to as the “Company” or “Us”).
Intracommunity VAT n° FR66582143384
Director of publication: Hervé Buzon, International Marketing Director
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org (hereinafter the “Contact address”)
THE HOST :
The Website is hosted by Amazon Web Services LLC, a simplified joint-stock company whose registered address is: 20 rue des Jardins, 92600 Asnières-sur-Seine, France.
Phone number: 01 41 40 11 00.
Siret number : 37861536300207.
2. Website access
The present Website is dedicated to the St-Rémy, specialized in the trade of alcoholic beverages. If the legislation of your country of residence forbids you to use this Website, please logoff immediately.
Please note in particular (and without limitation) the following restrictions:
The use of the Website is reserved to a private usage. You undertake to not use the Website and its data to other ends, in particular commercial.
Unless indicated otherwise, the products and services presented on the Website do not constitute a sales offer, but rather a general presentation of the product line and services distributed by the Company in the country in which the Website is published.
3. Intellectual property
The Website as well as any content composing it (including the brands, logos, images, videos, texts…) are protected under the title of intellectual property and/or data bases. They are the property of the Company or its partners.
Any use, reproduction or representation of the Website or any of its elements composing it are forbidden and shall engage the liability of their author, except in case of prior agreement from the Company.
We reserve ourselves the right to, at any moment, suspend, interrupt or limit, without notice, access to all or part of the Website, or delete any element.
The Company shall not be held liable for any damage or consequence resulting from the use of the internet network, in
particular in case of maintenance operations, breakdowns, interruptions, failures, computer viruses, display or downloading errors preventing total or partial access to the Website.
You acknowledge that your connection to the Website is under your sole responsibility and it is your responsibility
to take the necessary measures to protect your data. You further acknowledge that the Company cannot be held liable for any damage caused to itself, to third parties or to your (or their) equipment as a result of using the Website.
You can inform the Company of any error or omission present on the Website at the Contact Address mentioned above.
We decline any responsibility for your use of, or inability to use, sites to which this Website links. These sites are independent from the Website and we have no control over them.
7. Applicable law
The T&Cs and all queries relating to the Website are governed by French law. Unless otherwise provided by mandatory law, any dispute concerning the content and use of the Website, the T&Cs and their interpretation is under the exclusive jurisdiction of the competent court within the jurisdiction of the Court of Appeal of Paris, including in the event of a warranty claim, multiple defendants or summary proceedings or on petition.