Terms of service
1. Legal information :
Y-Motions is the company publishing the website www.y-motions.com/blog (here below, « the website »). Its headquarter is located at 34 avenue Champs-Elysées 75008 Paris France, with a capital stock of 20,000 euros, registered at Paris RCS under the number SIREN 508966181. The website administrator is Mr. Luc Roullet (email@example.com). Hosting is managed by OVH.
2. Intellectual Property:
The content of the website is protected by the Books I, III, IV and VII of the Intellectual Property Code and by all the applicable legal provisions and regulations. Therefore, all or part of the name of the website, verbal or figurative elements of the website included, without this list to be exhaustive, the brands “Y-Motions”, “Y-Motions International”, “YMI”, logos, drawings, pictures, texts, database, softwares are protected brands, drawings, models or copyrights. As a consequence, any usage, diffusion, representation, reproduction, copy, adaptation, or translation, in all or in part of the Website www.y-motions.com, that would not have been previously authorized in writing by the Company Y-Motions, is strictly forbidden and will be prosecuted in civil or criminal French courts.
3. Terms of Service of the Website :
The website www.y-motions.com/blog is a blog proposed by the consulting firm Y-Motions. As such, the contents provided in the website are only given for information. They might be modified or updated without notice. The website has been created in France for an international public. Any litigation about the interpretation or the execution of an engagement, contract-bounded or not, related to the website will fall under the exclusive jurisdiction of French courts, in application of French laws. In no case, the consulting firm Y-Motions can be held accountable for the direct or indirect damages that might result from the consultation of the website www.y-motions.com/blog. By using the website, you acknowledge to have read these Terms of Service as well as the provisions regarding the intellectual property rights, that you pledge to respect.