General terms & conditions of use
1. Access to the website
The user declares that he/she has the skills and means necessary in order to access the website, and that he/she has ensured that the computer system used does not contain any viruses and is in perfect working order.
Bignon Lebray does its utmost to ensure that users are able to access the website at all times. However, it cannot be held liable if the website becomes unavailable for any reason whatsoever.
The information provided on the website is solely for the users’ general information. It does not replace and cannot be substituted for legal, tax-related, or any other professional advice or consultations.
Please note that although Bignon Lebray will do its utmost to ensure that the information contained in the website is reliable and of a high standard of quality, the information is provided for reference purposes only, and Bignon Lebray does not explicitly or implicitly guarantee its validity, comprehensive nature or whether it is up to date. Consequently, the user acknowledges that he/she is solely responsible for the use of this information.
Bignon Lebray reserves the right to fully or partially amend, delete, validate, change or modify this website at any time whatsoever and without notification.
2. Intellectual Property
The content of the website, its general structure, as well as the software, text, animated or non-animated images, photographs, know-how and all other elements that make up the website are the exclusive property of Bignon Lebray or of third parties that have assigned Bignon Lebray the necessary rights.
The user is only authorised to view the website pages on his/her screen and does not have the right to reproduce the website’s intellectual property elements other than temporarily and solely for the purpose of consulting the website.
The full or partial representation of the website by any person whatsoever without Bignon Lebray’s express authorization is prohibited and constitutes an act of infringement sanctioned by the Intellectual Property Code.
The same applies to any databases that may be included in the website and which are also protected by the Intellectual Property Code.
The distinguishing marks of Bignon Lebray and its partners, such as domain names, brand names, denominations and logos that appear on the website are protected by the Intellectual Property Code.
The full or partial reproduction of these distinguishing marks from the website without the express consent of the website publisher is therefore prohibited under the terms of the Intellectual Property Code.
Bignon Lebray reserves the right to delete any hyperlinks to third-party websites if they become contrary to the principles of the legal profession, in accordance with Bignon Lebray’s internal policy.
Users of the website may not create an embedded link to the website without Bigon Lebray’s prior written consent.
This consent will under no circumstances be considered an implicit affiliation agreement.
In any event, all hyperlinks leading to the firm’s website must be deleted upon Bignon Lebray’s first request.
4. Personal Data Protection and Cookies
The user acknowledges that he/she has taken note of these terms and conditions of use and undertakes to comply with them