Terms and conditions of use

Banniere CGU

Land of Memory is a tourist destination of sites of memory located in four European countries (Belgium, France, Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, Germany). The Fédération du Tourisme de la Province de Liège is the legal entity responsible for the site and the services offered by the site https://landofmemory.eu/ as coordinator for the Interreg V-A Grande Région Land of Memory project and its partners.

ARTICLE 1. SUBJECT

The purpose of these GTU is to determine the conditions of access and use of the site and/or services by the Internet user. Access to the site and consultation of the information it contains implies that the user accepts without reservation all of the provisions contained in these GCU.

The GCU that may be modified and the applicable conditions are those in force and accessible on the site at the date of access to the latter by the Internet user.

ARTICLE 2. USE OF THE SITE AND/OR SERVICES

In general, the Internet user undertakes, when using the site and/or the services, to :

In the event of a breach of any of these obligations, and without this list being exhaustive, the Internet user acknowledges and accepts that Land of Memory shall have the right to refuse him/her, unilaterally and without prior notification, access to all or part of the site and/or the services.

ARTICLE 3. AVAILABILITY OF THE SITE AND/OR SERVICES

Land of Memory makes every effort to make the site available and accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, regardless of maintenance or security operations, updates, technical improvements or changes in content and/or presentation.

In this respect, Land of Memory is bound by an obligation of means. However, Land of Memory reserves the right, where necessary, to modify or interrupt the display, at any time, temporarily or permanently, of all or part of the information and data presented on the site. 

The Internet user and the user may not at any time, and for any reason whatsoever, hold Land of Memory liable for any of the reasons mentioned in this article.

 ARTICLE 4. LIABILITY, FORCE MAJEURE

 4.1 – Responsibility of the Internet user

All hardware and software necessary for access to the site and/or use of the services remain the sole responsibility of the Internet user. It is the user’s responsibility to take all appropriate measures to protect his/her own data, computer systems and/or software from contamination by any viruses.

The Internet user is solely responsible for the use he makes of the site and/or the services he accesses from it and for the truthfulness or accuracy of the data and information he provides.

Land of Memory shall not be held liable in any way in the event of proceedings being brought against an Internet user who is guilty of non-compliant use of the site and/or the services it provides.

The Internet user acknowledges and accepts in this respect that he/she shall be personally responsible for any claim or proceedings brought against Land of Memory as a result of his/her improper use of the services and/or the site, or as a result of his/her use, in the context of the use of the services, of data for which he/she does not hold the necessary rights and/or autorisations.

4.2 – Responsibility of Land of Memory

The purpose of the site is to enable the Internet user to find out about the services and products distributed by Land of Memory.

The site may contain hypertext links to third party websites. The setting up of hypertext links on the present site to other resources present on the Internet network does not constitute a validation of these resources or their content, and Land of Memory, publisher of the present site, cannot be held responsible for them. 

Any hypertext link to this site must be expressly authorised in advance by Land of Memory, which reserves the right to remove the link at any time.

In this respect, given the evanescent nature of the content that may be disseminated, Land of Memory cannot be held responsible if the content of the said third party websites contravenes the legal and/or regulatory provisions in force.

In any case, Land of Memory cannot be held responsible:

Land of Memory shall not be held responsible for any malfunction of any nature whatsoever relating to the Internet user’s computer equipment or Internet access connection when accessing the site and more generally the services.

4.3 – Force majeure

Land of Memory shall not be liable if the performance of any of its obligations is prevented or delayed due to a case of force majeure within the meaning of Article 1218 of the French Civil Code, and in particular natural disasters, fires, malfunctions or interruptions of the telecommunications network or the electricity network.

 ARTICLE 6. COOKIES

In order to better serve the Internet user, Land of Memory establishes statistics on the number of visitors to its site. To do this, it uses cookie technology. A cookie is a block of data that does not allow the user to be identified, but is used to record information relating to the user’s browsing on the site.

Also, when accessing the https://landofmemory.eu/ website, cookies store information temporarily in memory or on the user’s hard drive while browsing the site.

See our cookie policy, accessible directly on the site.

The Internet user can refuse the cookies according to the written procedure at the following address: www.cnil.fr/fr/cookies-les-outils-pour-les-maitriser.

For any clarification or information concerning this disclaimer, the Internet user may contact Land of Memory at the following e-mail address: info@landofmemory.eu with a precise request. A reply will be provided within eight days.

 ARTICLE 7. COMPLAINT OR DISAGREEMENT

For any complaint or disagreement, the Internet user may contact Land of Memory directly by e-mail at info@landofmemory.eu with a precise description of their request, or they may contact Land of Memory by telephone at info@landofmemory.eu.

Land of Memory is committed to :

ARTICLE 8. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

Land of Memory is the owner of all the intellectual property rights of the site, as well as all the industrial property rights of the elements it contains (logos, brands etc.). Therefore, in accordance with the provisions of the Intellectual Property Code, any representation, reproduction, modification, distortion and/or exploitation of the site, its content and/or services, in whole or in part, by any process whatsoever and on any medium whatsoever, without the express prior authorisation of Land of Memory, is prohibited and constitutes an infringement of copyright.

Similarly, any unauthorised use of the site, its content and/or services will engage the criminal and civil liability of the Internet user on the basis of copyright infringement.

Land of Memory discloses the site and services in order to allow access to them on the Internet, and this (i) from a computer or equivalent terminal with access to one or more telecommunication networks allowing access to the Internet, and Internet browsing software (such as Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, etc.), (ii) a telephone terminal with access to a telecommunication network allowing access to the Internet (3/4G connection, Edge, etc.).

Any other use of the site and/or the services shall be deemed to be reserved to Land of Memory and shall constitute an infringement of its right of disclosure on the site and/or the services.

The trademarks, logos, company names, acronyms, commercial names, signs and/or domain names of Land of Memory and/or its commercial partners mentioned on the site, allowing access to the services made available by Land of Memory, constitute distinctive signs which may not be used without the express prior authorisation of Land of Memory or any third party holders of all or part of the intellectual and industrial property rights attached to the above elements.

Any representation, reproduction and/or partial or total exploitation of these distinctive signs is therefore prohibited and constitutes trademark infringement, in application of the provisions of the Intellectual Property Code, and usurpation of a company name, trademark and domain name engaging the civil liability of its author.

The Internet user acknowledges and accepts that access to the site and/or the services made available by Land of Memory does not imply any transfer or concession of intellectual property rights. The Internet user acknowledges that the technique of integrating one or more links within the site, without the agreement of Land of Memory, with a view to allowing any other Internet user to access a website not belonging to Land of Memory, known as the “framing” technique, is forbidden.

ARTICLE 9. PROTECTION OF PERSONAL DATA AND COOKIES

For information on the protection of personal data and the use of cookies by Land of Memory, the Internet user may consult the Privacy Policy (General Data Protection Regulation) and the Cookies Policy accessible directly on the site.

 ARTICLE 10. DURATION OF SERVICE

The user’s right to access and use the services is withdrawn and his access codes are deactivated in the following cases

 ARTICLE 11. DIVISIBILITY

In the event that one of the clauses of these GCU is declared null and void or inapplicable for any reason or by any jurisdiction or authority whatsoever, even by way of a decision having the force of res judicata, this nullity will in no way affect the validity of all other clauses.

The latter shall remain in force and shall be applied as if the GTC/CS had been concluded without the invalidated clause, notwithstanding, on the one hand, any contractual indivisibility between the invalidated clause(s) and the other clauses and, on the other hand, the possible stipulation of the decisive character of the invalidated clause.

ARTICLE 12. DISPUTES

The GTC are governed by Belgian law.

The Internet user and Land of Memory undertake to do their utmost to try to settle amicably any dispute that may arise from the execution of the GTC and, more generally, from the use of the site or the services.

In the absence of an amicable solution within thirty (30) days of notification by registered letter (to Land of Memory, Place de la République Française 1, Liège, Belgium) by one of the parties of the need to seek such a solution, any dispute between the Internet user and Land of Memory relating to the validity, conclusion, interpretation or performance of the GTC shall be submitted to the competent court, according to the nature of the dispute.