1. presentation of our web site
In accordance with Act No. 2004-2005 of 21 June 2004 on confidence in the digital economy, our web site created by HHO-Canada Inc, owner of the website www.hho-canada.com, provides public information on our company. Optionally editable, we invite you to consult our imprint as often as possible, so as to become acquainted with them frequently; The hho-canada.com website is owned by SAS HHO, whose headquarters is located at the following address: 74 rue principale 17500 St Hilaire du bois, France.
Physical or legal person, Cassoulet Jean Frédéric is responsible for the publication, which the e-mail address is: firstname.lastname@example.org
The webmaster, Cassoulet Jean Frédéric, is responsible for the administration of the site, at the following e-mail address: email@example.com. The top site - hoe.fr is hosted by OVH, whose headquarters is located at the following address: 2 rue Kellermann - 59100 Roubaix - France.
2. General conditions for use of the site and the services offered
3. the products or services offered by hho.fr
In accordance with its communication policy, the hho-canada.com site has intended to inform users about the services offered by SAS HHO and HHO-Canada Inc, which then strives to provide accurate information on its activities. However, inaccuracies or omissions may exist: the company shall not be held liable for any error present on the site hho-canada.com.
4. contractual limitations
Information recorded on our web site hho.fr are subject to qualitative approaches, in order to ensure their reliability. However, we will not incur responsibility in the event of technical inaccuracies in our explanations. If you notice an error regarding information that we will be able to omit, please inform us by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Links related directly or indirectly to our web site hho-canada.com are not under the control of our company. Therefore, we can ensure the accuracy of the information on these other websites. Using HTML technology, the hho-canada.com site cannot be held responsible in the event of property damage associated with its use, or any other type of consequence linked to the operation of the hho-canada.com website, whether direct or indirect (bug, incompatibility, viruses, loss of market, etc.).
5. content of the website and intellectual property
The editorial content of the web site hho-canada.com belongs exclusively to SAS HHO. Any violation of copyright is sanctioned by article L.335 - 2 of the Code of intellectual property, with a penalty of up to 2 years of imprisonment and of € 150,000 to fine. The hho-canada.com site may be questioned in the case of abusive, racist, defamatory or pornographic, traded on interactive spaces. The company also reserves the right to remove any content contrary to the values of the company or to the legislation applicable in France. By browsing the site top - hoe.fr, the user also accepts the possible installation of cookies on his computer.
6 personal data, respect your privacy and your freedoms
Any information collected on the site web hho-canada.com are in the context of the needs related to the use of our platform, such as the order form or the registration to the Newsletter. Furthermore, unsubscribing from the Newsletter is done through the link located at the bottom of page. SAS HHO and HHO-Canada Inc are committed to not give any information about users of the website, in any way whatsoever (sale, Exchange, ready, rental, gift).
In accordance with the law "informatique et Libertés" of January 6, 1978, as amended in 2004, the user enjoys a right to access and rectify information concerning, that it can exercise at any time by sending an email to the address email@example.com, or by making its request by mail to the following address: 74 rue principale 17500 St Hilaire du bois, France.
7. applicable law and relevant laws
Subject to the french law, the web site www.hho-canada.com is bordered by Act No. 2004 - 2005 of 21 June 2004 on confidence in the digital economy, article L.335 - 2 of the Code of intellectual property and the law "informatique et Libertés" of January 6, 1978, as amended in 2004.