Dolead SAS specialises in digital marketing.
"ToU": General Terms and Conditions of Use. “Website”: dolead.com. “The Company”: Dolead SAS, creator and owner of the Website. “A Client”: any natural or legal person seeking to contact a Professional for the purchase of a good or the provision of services. “A Professional”: any natural or legal person, either public or private, who acts for purposes relating to its commercial, industrial, artisanal, liberal or agricultural activity, and which uses the Company for the purpose of creating or using a Website, created by the Company, for generating connections with Customers.
The purpose of these ToU is to govern relations between the Company, on the one hand, and Customers who use the Website on the other. Consequently, the use of the Website implies the Customer’s full and unconditional consent to these ToU. To this end, the Company invites the Customer to read the ToU carefully. The Customer represents and warrants that it has read and understood the ToU.
The Company places the Customer in contact with the Professional. To be placed in contact with a Professional, the Customer must complete the interface provided for this purpose, including all the fields indicated with an asterisk (*). The Customer, as a consumer within the meaning of the introductory article of the Consumer Code, expressly waives their right of withdrawal and requests the immediate execution of the contract placing them in contact with a Professional, for downloading a guide, or for a simulation within the meaning of Article L. 221-25 of the Consumer Code, by filling in the fields provided for this purpose and by clicking the "send" button.
The services offered to the Customer are free of charge.
The Company will do its utmost to keep the Website accessible and efficient without undue delay or difficulties. However, the Company cannot guarantee that operations will proceed without interruptions or disruptions to access to the Website. In particular, the Company may carry out maintenance work and updates to its Website to adapt its content and/or make changes to the services and features offered there, which may result in access being temporarily interrupted, without such interruptions being considered a breach by the Company of its obligations.
The Website is published and operated by DOLEAD, a French société par actions simplifiée (simplified joint stock company) with share capital of €135,455.00, whose registered office is located at 3 rue de Gramont 75002 Paris, France. It is registered in the Paris Trade and Companies Register under number 499 425 700. Its EU VAT no. is FR77499425700 The Director of Publication is Mr Arthur Saint Père, Managing Director of DOLEAD. The Website is hosted by Amazon Web Services, whose registered office is located at P.O. Box 81226, Seattle, WA 98108-1226.
In the event of damage to the Customer or to the Company, each party is obliged to minimise its damage.
The Company undertakes to perform its obligations in good faith. However, it may not be held liable if the non-performance of its obligations results from the fault of a third party, the fault of the Client or the Professional, or from a case of force majeure. The Company is the publisher of the Website. As such, it shall ensure that the content of the Website complies with the laws and regulations in force
The Customer shall not use the Website in violation of applicable laws or regulations. The Customer is liable for direct and indirect damage caused by it to third parties or to the Company. The Customer acknowledges that:
The Website as a whole and each of its constituent visual or sound elements (including but not limited to trademarks, logos, drawings and models, illustrations, photographs, texts, animations, videograms, phonograms, software, source codes and databases) are the exclusive property of the Company and/or the holders of the intellectual property rights in question. All these elements are protected by copyright law, trademark law, design law, patent law and sui generis rights.
Consequently, any reproduction, communication, download, modification or total or partial use of any of these elements belonging to the Company or a third party, for any reason and for any medium whatsoever, requires prior written authorisation from the Company or their owners, except where permitted by law.
The use, in any form whatsoever, of certain elements of the Website by Users, in particular images and sounds, may also constitute an infringement of the personality rights of the holders of these rights.
The Customer represents and warrants their being informed that the breach of any of these obligations will result in their being liable to legal proceedings before the civil and/or criminal courts.
You will find the relevant information about the Cookies we use here: https://legal.dolead.com/cookies?lang=en&domain=dolead.com&lang=en
You will find relevant information about the personal data we collect here: https://legal.dolead.com/donnees-personnelles?lang=en&domain=dolead.com&lang=en
The Company reserves the right to amend its ToU at any time, including but not limited to any change in the regulations. The new provisions will govern all relations between Customers and the Company in the future, and only the new version will apply. The new ToU will only be binding on Customers once they have been published online. Customers shall be notified in advance of any such change. Any use of Dolead services after the amendments come into force shall constitute acceptance of the amended General Terms and Conditions.
In the event that one of the provisions of these General Terms and Conditions of Use would considered void by virtue of a legal and regulatory provision or a court decision under res judicata, the other provisions shall remain in force. The fact of a party not availing itself of any of the provisions of this agreement may not be interpreted as a waiver of the right to avail itself of said provision at a later date.
These General Terms and Conditions shall be governed by the laws of France. In the event of a dispute, the Customer and the Company agree to seek an amicable solution before referring the matter to the competent court. The courts of Paris shall have sole jurisdiction to deal with any dispute between the parties relating to the use of the Website, their relationship and, more generally, the interpretation, validity or performance of these General Terms and Conditions.
Last updated on: 24 may 2018