Website terms

Publisher
The ags-garantie-salaires.org website is published by:
AGS (Organisation formed under the 1901 law)
50 boulevard Haussmann
75009 PARIS
Tél. : 33 (0)1.55.50.23.00

SIREN Number: 775671878
Publication manager: Jean-François Climent, Chairman of AGS

Hosting
Evolix
37 rue Guibal
Pôle Média Belle de Mai
13003 Marseille
info@evolix.fr

Technical contact
Preferendum
16 rue de Turbigo
75002 Paris
contact@preferendum.fr

Content purpose and quality
The purpose of this website is to provide the general public, business users and the media with information. AGS strives to provide high-quality, checked and verified information. Nevertheless, if any of the information provided appears inaccurate or contains a typographical error, please notify the website administrator.

Use Terms
The user admits that he or she has read the enclosed terms of use and agrees to follow them.

Links
The AGS authorises the development of links to other home pages of the website www.ags-garantie-salaires.org, provided that it is previously informed.

The AGS reserves the right to ban links that may be prejudicial to its image.

In particular links from websites containing controversial, pornographic or xenophobic content are prohibited
Generally, any link established from another site to the www.ags-garantie-salaires.org site should clearly indicate to the internet user that he or she is being redirected to the www.ags-garantie-salaires.org website.

The www.ags-garantie-salaires.org website may contain links to other third party websites. The AGS accepts no responsibility regarding the availability of the websites indicated by the links, their content and the services available on or from those sites.

Value of information published on the site
The information published on this site is general in nature.
It is not complete and may change without prior notice.

Copyright -  Reproduction right
The entire www.ags-garantie-salaires.org website is regulated by French and international law with respect to copyright and intellectual property.

The AGS owns this site and all its constitutive elements.

In the absence of a written agreement between AGS and any individual or legal entity, the general structure, comments, animated images or not, sounds, programs and software packages, data base as well as any other item (with the exception of copyright free elements) comprising this site are the exclusively property of AGS.

Unless expressly agreed by AGS, any copy, reproduction in whole or in part, representation, adaptation, distribution of the content of the www.ags-garantie-salaires.org website by any process whatsoever and on any medium whatsoever is strictly forbidden and will be treated as counterfeiting punishable by articles L.335-2 et seq. of the intellectual property code.

Furthermore, this website is protected as a data base pursuant to the provisions of articles L.341-1 et seq. of the intellectual property code. Therefore, it is expressly forbidden to:
Substantially extract, through permanent or temporary transfer, in whole or in part, qualitatively or quantitatively the www.ags-garantie-salaires.org website on another medium through any means and in any form whatsoever.
Reuse, through the provision to the public of a qualitatively or quantitatively substantial part or entire content of the www.ags-garantie-salaires.org website, regardless of the form. The systematic extraction or reuse of non substantial qualitative or quantitative parts of the content of the www.ags-garantie-salaires.org website where these operations clearly exceed the site’s normal conditions of use

Any unauthorised use of the websites elements will be prosecuted.

The trademarks and logos of AGS and of the Délégation Unédic AGS shown on this website cannot be reproduced without the prior consent of AGS (article L.713-2 of the intellectual property code).

Any imitation of the trademark and logos of AGS, the Délégation Unédic AGS and its partners is strictly prohibited.
Any breach to the trademark property right shall be considered as counterfeiting and the perpetrator shall be held liable (article L.716-1 of the aforementioned code).

Breaches to the automated data systems
Any breach to the automated data processing systems (articles 323-1 et seq. of the criminal code) will be prosecuted by the AGS.