General Conditions of Use and Sale for Advertisers

General Conditions of Use and Sale for Advertisers

General Terms and Conditions of Use and Sale of the website for advertisers V. 10 November 2023

Article 1: Purpose

The General Terms and Conditions of Use and Sale described below detail the rights and obligations of EUGENOL S.A.R.L. and its customers (the "Advertisers") in the context of the sale of the following products: online publication and payment of event announcements, creation of personal accounts.

EUGENOL S.A.R.L, a limited liability company with capital of 8,641.08 euros, registered in the Paris Trade and Companies Register under number 423 717 404 00010, whose intra-community VAT number is FR10423717404, whose registered office is located at 72, avenue Parmentier - 75011 Paris, whose main activity is the publication and operation of the website.
The Site enables professional Advertisers to broadcast their programme free of charge or to publish a more detailed paid advertisement and/or to entrust the ticketing and/or organisation of events such as congresses, courses or conferences of the Advertiser to EUGENOL.
The Publisher reserves the right to refuse access to the Service, unilaterally and without prior notice, to any Advertiser who fails to comply with these General Terms and Conditions of Use and Sale.
The purpose of these General Conditions is to define the respective rights and obligations of EUGENOL and Advertisers, within the framework of the service of listing the Advertiser's products on the Site.
In order to register for and use the services offered on the Site, Advertisers must unreservedly accept the General Terms and Conditions by ticking the sentence "I acknowledge that I have read the General Terms and Conditions of Use and Sale of the Site and accept them unreservedly" located at the bottom of the registration page.
If the Advertiser does not accept the General Terms and Conditions of Use and Sale, the Advertiser must not use the Service offered by the Site.
The TOS may be updated in accordance with the provisions of Article 17 below "Modification of the TOS". The Publisher reserves the right to modify and/or delete all or part of the Site and/or the Service, without prior notice or liability to Advertisers and Internet users.
Any service provided by EUGENOL therefore implies the Advertiser's unreserved acceptance of these General Terms and Conditions of Use and Sale.

Article 2: Service offered

The Publisher offers Advertisers the opportunity to publish on the Site announcements of Events that they are organising and offering for sale in order to obtain and manage orders from Participants.
In particular, the Service enables Advertisers to:
- to create a personal account associated with its activity and including in particular the following public information:
o details of the Advertiser :
- Postal address, type of company, telephone number, e-mail address, website, company logo, sectors of activity, description of activity, etc.
o information on the Events presented on the Site:
- description of the Events offered for sale
- description of the subscriptions and memberships offered

To access the Service, Advertisers must first open a personal account with the Publisher.
Features of the Service :
The service offered includes, but is not limited to, the following features:
- Management and publication online of a page presenting the Advertiser's events
- Management of ticketing for participants registering for events or groups proposed by the Advertisers.

Article 3: Registration for the Service

To access the Service offered by the Publisher, the Advertiser must first create a personal account.
If the Publisher accepts the Advertiser's registration, the Advertiser will be given a password which can be changed on the first occasion the Advertiser logs on.
Once the Advertiser has paid and validated his subscription, access to the various features of the Site becomes possible.
The Advertiser then has the possibility of modifying and personalising his account according to his commercial policy. Access to and modification of the personalisation of the Account are valid for the entire duration of the Advertiser's Subscription.
The Advertiser acknowledges and accepts that the Publisher may decide unilaterally and without justification to accept or refuse the Advertiser's registration request, and that such refusal shall not entitle the Advertiser to any compensation whatsoever.
The Advertiser acknowledges and accepts that all costs relating to access to the Service, in particular, costs relating to hardware, software or Internet access, are exclusively his responsibility and that he remains solely responsible for the proper functioning of its computer equipment and its access to the Internet.
Advertiser Obligations
The necessary and mandatory information that Advertisers must provide in order to open an account with the Publisher is as follows:
· Social reason
· Website
· Full contact details (postal address, telephone, e-mail)
· Name of manager and position
· Choice of registration option, if offered.
This data is necessary for the provision of the Service by the Publisher.
Information consistent with reality. When creating their personal account on the Site, Advertisers undertake to provide true, sincere, complete and always up-to-date information enabling the Publisher to provide the Service.

In the event that the information transmitted by the Advertiser proves to be false, incomplete, obsolete or does not allow the provision of the Service under the best conditions, the Publisher reserves the right to close the Advertiser's personal account without notice and without this giving him any right to compensation.

The Advertiser undertakes to make available to the public via the Site information respecting the legislation in force and assures the Publisher that the information thus published does not infringe the rights of third parties, in particular intellectual property rights.

Article 4: Account Terms

1. The Advertiser is solely responsible for its use of the Service in private and secure circumstances. The EUGENOL Company is not responsible for damage or losses resulting from unauthorized access to the Advertiser's account through its fault, such as the disclosure of its password or forgetting to disconnect from the Service.

2. The Advertiser may not create his account using unauthorized automated methods.

3. The Advertiser may not use the Service for any illegal activity whatsoever, nor to violate the laws and regulations in force.

4. The Advertiser may not use the Service to send unsolicited emails (“spam”) or malicious Content.

5. The Advertiser may not use the Service to access unauthorized information.

Article 5 - Password and username management

The Publisher allows Advertisers to access the Service it offers via a password and an identifier and reserves the right, for any reason, to refuse the provision temporarily or permanently.

The Advertiser is personally responsible for his password and username which are personal to him. The Advertiser undertakes to keep its password and identifier allowing connection to the Site strictly confidential, and not to communicate them to a third party.

The Advertiser, who undertakes not to disclose his password and username, is solely responsible for their use.

The Advertiser is also responsible for all the information it publishes on the Site as part of the Service.

Advertisers are therefore, in particular, prohibited from:

- disclose their password and/or identifier;

- use the identifier of another Advertiser of which they are aware;

- delete or modify their identity and identifier;

- attempt to access or access applications, data or any type of files to which their identifier does not give them access.

Loss of passwords and username

n the event that the Advertiser believes that the confidentiality of its passwords and identifier could be compromised or that a third party would use them, it must inform the Publisher as soon as possible by sending a message to the address support@

Exclusion. In the event that the Advertiser does not use its passwords and username in accordance with these terms, the Publisher may close the Advertiser's personal account without notice and without this giving it any right to compensation. .

Closure of account. The Advertiser may, if he wishes, delete all data from his account by contacting support by email at or by post at 72 avenue Parmentier – 75011 PARIS

Article 6 - Price and payment terms

1. The prices of the services offered by the Publisher are those in effect on the day the order is taken. They are expressed in euros displayed including VAT and excluding taxes plus the VAT rate applicable on the day of the order.

2. EUGENOL grants itself the right to modify its prices at any time. The proposed prices may include discounts and rebates solely due to the company EUGENOL or in agreement with various signatory partner actors of its choice. However, the Publisher will invoice the products ordered at the prices indicated when the order is registered.

3. In the event of total or partial non-payment of the products ordered on the day of receipt of the invoice, the company EUGENOL reserves the right to interrupt the service without any prior notice being necessary.

4. Payment for orders is made only by credit card on a secure online payment platform.

Discounts and rebates. The proposed prices include discounts and rebates that EUGENOL would be required to grant.

Discount. No discount will be granted in the event of early payment.

Article 7: Commands and options offered

1. Free registration in the directory: it includes the contact details, presentation and logo of the advertiser

2. Free publication of events, including program, visuals and videos.

3. Highlighting the event “on view” by publishing an automatically generated banner at the top of the site page, see duration and prices.

Modification of announcements is unlimited until the date of the event. A summary of your order will then appear on the screen by clicking on the “My basket” icon. By validating its order, the Advertiser declares that it accepts all of these General Conditions of Use and Sale without reservation. Orders are confirmed to the Advertiser by email.

Article 8: Payment

The Advertiser may only make payment by credit card.

For credit card payments, it will indicate the following banking information on the secure server page:

Card type (credit card, Visa, Mastercard, American express), card number, expiration date (month/year) and cryptogram (last 3 digits of the number on the back of the card). Orders paid by credit card bearing the CB symbol (Visa or Mastercard) are processed via a highly reliable secure system. All personal information (including card number) transmitted by the Advertiser is protected and encrypted before transmission to the processing center. At no time does the Publisher become aware of the Advertiser’s bank card number.
The order validated by the Advertiser is only considered effective when the bank payment centers concerned have given their agreement for payment. In the event of refusal by said centers, the order is automatically canceled.

It is up to the Advertiser to save and print their payment certificate if they wish to keep the banking details relating to their transaction.
Once payment has been validated, the Advertiser's order is recorded. A summary of his order is displayed, and a summary email is sent to him at the internet address he has indicated. This order and payment proof includes the following information:

- his nature ;

- its quantity;

- their price;

- the total amount of the order;

- other costs;

- the billing address;

To receive an invoice, the Advertiser must identify himself and consult the “My account > my invoices” section or can request one by sending an email to the company EUGENOL at the following address:

The order form is kept in the Publisher's computer records, a reliable and durable medium, indicating the content of the contractual relationship between the Publisher and the Advertiser.

Customer service. The Advertiser who has ordered Services can send his complaints to the company EUGENOL by e-mail to the address: will be responded to as soon as possible.

Furthermore, EUGENOL reserves the right to refuse any order from an Advertiser with whom there is a dispute.

Article 9: Termination

9.1 If within fifteen days following the Advertiser's late payment, the latter has not paid the sums remaining due to the company EUGENOL, the sale will be automatically canceled without prejudice to any damages that may arise. prevail over the company EUGENOL.
 Publisher must inform the Advertiser of the termination of the Contract by registered letter with acknowledgment of receipt. Termination will take effect on the date of receipt of the RAR letter of termination.

9.2 More generally, in the event of failure by either Party to fulfill any of its obligations under this Contract, the non-defaulting Party may, by registered letter with acknowledgment of receipt, put the other Party is required to remedy this breach within a maximum period of 30 (thirty) days.

If, at the end of this period of 30 (thirty) days, the breach has not been remedied, the non-defaulting Party may immediately terminate this Contract by registered letter with acknowledgment of receipt.
Termination will not give rise to any compensation for the defaulting party.
However, it will not suspend the right of the complaining Party to avail itself of its right to seek compensation for the damage it considers to have suffered.

Termination of this Contract will take effect on the date of notification by registered letter with acknowledgment of receipt of the beneficiary's decision to terminate this Contract.

9.3 Each Party may also terminate this Agreement at any time by deactivating the online option after having informed the other party at least 3 days in advance by email to the following address: .

Article 10: User Conduct and Contributions

Any comments, articles, ideas, graphics, photographs, or other information communicated by the Account owner and sent to the Eugenol.ussite are referred to as “Content”.

To operate the Service, the EUGENOL Company reserves the right to make certain uses of the Published Content.

The Advertiser thus grants to the Publisher, free of charge and non-exclusively, for the entire world and for the entire duration of the intellectual property rights a license to use the Content giving it the right to use, delete, add, modify, perform, publicly represent, reproduce and distribute, store, and publish on any media including the Internet, and in any form whatsoever the Content in whole or in part.

The Advertiser also authorizes the Publisher to reference all or part of the Content to facilitate management, storage and publication, and grants the Publisher the right to proceed with the compression and/or encoding of the Content. Content for the purposes of its publication on the Site.

The Advertiser acknowledges and accepts that its Content may be published on the Site with other Content published by other Advertisers.

The Advertiser hereby irrevocably releases the EUGENOL Company from any action, cause of action, claims, damages, financial obligations and demands whatsoever, or of any other nature whatsoever with regard to contents.

EUGENOL Company has the right, but not the obligation, to remove Content that it considers in its sole discretion to be unlawful, offensive, threatening, defamatory, obscene or objectionable, violates the intellectual property of any party, or likely to harm the quality or expected spirit of the Service.

The EUGENOL Company also has the right, but not the obligation, to limit or revoke the account use privileges of anyone who submits this type of Content.

Examples of unacceptable Content or behavior on the Service:
1. Offense, harassment, threats, assault or intimidation of a person or organization
2. Illegal activities or participation in them, or activities violating the rights of others
3. Use of offensive, discriminatory or excessively crude language
4. Provision of false, misleading or inaccurate information
5. Hacking or modifying the Company Service or other website to misrepresent a connection to the Company
6. Assertion or claim of affiliation with a company or organization with which the customer is not affiliated, or misrepresentation of the extent of affiliation or role with a company or organization
7. Transmission of worms, viruses or malware
8. Spamming
9. Disclosure of Personal or Proprietary Information of Another User, Person or Company
10. Content not in compliance with the conditions required by the various ordinal institutions

If it deems it necessary for its proper functioning, the EUGENOL Company reserves the right to suspend or close an account at any time and is not responsible for any damage or loss resulting from this suspension or closure.

The EUGENOL Company cannot control all Content published by third parties on the Service, and does not guarantee the accuracy, integrity or quality of this Content, including possible errors or omissions.

The EUGENOL Company reserves the right to remove Content from the service, at its sole discretion.

Advertiser understands that it must evaluate and bear all risks associated with the use of any Content, including any reliance on the Content, the integrity and accuracy of that Content. At any time a customer can report content which he believes does not comply with these conditions of use.

Article 11: Intellectual property

The EUGENOL Company holds the intellectual property rights of each element of the Site likely to be protected, including the design, illustrations, functionality, documentation as well as any visual element appearing on the Site. It is prohibited to copy, modify, or reverse engineer any element of the Site and the Service offered by the EUGENOL Company.

These general conditions do not entail any transfer of any kind of intellectual property rights on the elements belonging to the Publisher and/or its partners for the benefit of the Advertiser.

The Advertiser only has a right of personal and non-exclusive use of the Site. Any reproduction, representation or distribution by the Advertiser of all or part of the Site by any means whatsoever and on any medium whatsoever is formally prohibited, with the sole exception of the right to reproduce for storage for the purposes of representation for copying. saving or printing on paper in one copy, provided that the integrity of the documents is respected. Any other use is subject to prior and express authorization from the Publisher.

Advertisers undertake to respect the intellectual property rights attached to the materials making up the Site and are prohibited, in particular, from:

· disseminate these materials to any third party;
· exploit them for commercial purposes;
· modify them;
· extract, reuse, store, reproduce, represent or preserve, directly or indirectly, on any medium, by any means and in any form, all or part qualitatively or quantitatively substantial of the content of the databases distributed on the Site as well as the repeated and systematic extraction or reuse of qualitatively and quantitatively non-substantial parts when these operations clearly exceed normal conditions of use.

Article 12: Exclusion of Guarantees

The company EUGENOL declares and guarantees that neither the Service nor the use of the platform of the Site as identified by this Contract infringe the rights of third parties nor violate any law or regulation that this or, including, but not limited to, copyrights, trademarks and patents.

Except for exceptions expressly set forth in this agreement, EUGENOL Company makes no warranties, express or implied, regarding any matter, including, but not limited to, advertising and other services and expressly excludes warranties or conditions of non-infringement , of merchantable quality and fitness for a particular purpose.

Indeed, the Publisher, being a simple intermediary between the Advertisers and the Participants, the EUGENOL Company does not guarantee the results of the use of the Service for which the Advertiser assumes all risks and all responsibility in this matter.

Article 13: Exclusion of liability

13.1 - Content:

The Publisher does not exercise control over the content issued by the Advertiser. Under no circumstances can the Publisher be held liable following any action or recourse by third parties, in particular as a result of:

- information, sounds, images, texts and multimedia documents contrary to the laws and regulations in force, contained and/or distributed on its web space by the Advertiser.

- the violation of intellectual property rights relating to the works contained or distributed, in whole or in part, on the client's web space.

13.2 - Accessibility:

Due to the characteristics and limitations of the Internet, which the Advertiser declares to be aware of, the Publisher cannot in any way be held responsible for access speeds from other sites in the world or for slowdowns, difficulties of access to the Advertiser's website. The Publisher reserves the right to temporarily interrupt accessibility to its services for reasons of maintenance and/or improvement without right to compensation. However, the Publisher undertakes to implement all means at its disposal to minimize this type of interruption.

13.3 - Security:

The Publisher cannot be held liable in the event of malicious entry into the client's web space or for hacking of Advertisers' personal accounts, despite all security measures taken by the Publisher.

13.4 - Disclaimer of guarantees:

Under no circumstances will the Publisher be liable for consequential, indirect, special or incidental damages. Even if the Publisher has been informed by the Advertiser of the possibility of such potential loss or damage. If the Publisher's service to the Advertiser was disrupted, or malfunctioned for any reason, the Publisher would not be responsible for loss of income due to an interruption of the Service.

In addition, due to the characteristics and limits of the Internet network, which the Participant acknowledges knowing perfectly, the Publisher cannot be held responsible for, in particular, the difficulties or impossibility of access to the Site and/or the Service. due to network saturation at certain periods.
The Publisher cannot be held responsible for any damage of any nature whatsoever that may arise from the use or on the contrary from the inability to access the Site and/or the Service.

Article 14: Force majeure

The liability of the company EUGENOL cannot be called into question if the non-execution or delay in the execution of one of its obligations described in these T&Cs results from a case of force majeure. As such, force majeure means any external, unpredictable and irresistible event within the meaning of article 1148 of the Civil Code.

In particular, the Publisher offers no guarantee as to the uninterrupted operation and/or continuity of the Site and/or the Service in the event of force majeure or fortuitous events as defined by the regulations in force.

Examples of force majeure include exceptional bad weather, natural disasters, fires and floods, lightning, attacks, cases of disruption and blocking of telecommunications networks, damage caused by viruses for which the means of security existing on the market do not allow their eradication, as well as any legal or regulatory or public order obligation imposed by the competent authorities and which would have the effect of substantially modifying these general conditions, or any other event of force majeure or event fortuitous within the meaning of the case law of the Court of Cassation.
Expressly, the following are considered, in particular but not exclusively, as cases of force majeure or fortuitous events, in addition to those usually retained by the jurisprudence of the French Courts and Tribunals: total or partial strikes, internal or external to the company, lock-outs out, bad weather, epidemics, blockage of means of transport or supply for any reason whatsoever, earthquake, fire, storm, flood, water damage, governmental or legal restrictions, legal or regulatory changes to forms of marketing, computer failure, blocking of telecommunications including the P.T.T. network, failure of the public telecommunications network, loss of Internet connectivity due to public or private operators, failure of the public electricity distribution network and any other independent of the express will of the parties preventing the normal execution of the service(s).
The EUGENOL Company may interrupt for a specific or undetermined period of time, all or part of access to the Site and/or the Service, in particular, for maintenance and upgrade reasons, or for any other reason, in particular technical and/or technical. or case of force majeure, without any obligation to inform Advertisers in advance, nor without such interruption giving rise to any compensation or reimbursement.

The Site, and in particular the Service, are made available to Advertisers “such as” without any guarantee from the Publisher regarding their accessibility or the accuracy of the information published.

Article 15 - Personal data and Privacy policy

Eugenol complies with the General Regulations on the protection of personal data

What is personal data?

Personal data is information that allows you to be recognized as a person.

To provide our services, sending newsletters, registration and secure payment for events, we need:

your last name, your profession, your address, your telephone number, your email. Your transaction history or Internet browsing preferences are also personal data.

I. When you open and/or use one of our online services, the information collected includes:

· The type of browser you are using
· The pages you visited on our website
· The operating system
· Your IP address or shortened IP address
· User behavior (click behavior, session duration, etc.)

This information is primarily collected and used in anonymized or pseudonymized form.
II. If you have registered on our website, you have voluntarily provided information about yourself, which includes:
· First name, last name and title
· Professional activity
· Order information and transactions (only for ticketing users)
· Contact details (e.g. email, telephone)

Why is my personal data collected? What is my interest?

Knowledge of your personal data is essential to guarantee the proper functioning of our sites. It also makes it possible to develop services that allow you to benefit from advantages that are ever closer to your professional needs.

Eugenol does not require personal registration from its users for the simple consultation of its site.

Personal data may be communicated voluntarily by the User for the creation of an account.

To create an account on Eugenol you must provide us with your last name, an email address, your profession, your private or professional address, telephone number and accept our Terms of Use as well as the Privacy Policy, which governs the how we process your personal data.

By providing us with personal data when you create or modify your account and profile, you expressly and voluntarily accept our Terms of Use and you freely consent to our processing of your personal data in accordance with the terms described in this Privacy Policy. confidentiality.
Dissemination of personal data

Eugenol implements all means capable of ensuring the confidentiality and security of your personal data, so as to prevent their damage, deletion or access by unauthorized third parties.

Access to your personal data is strictly limited to our administrative staff. Your data is not under-processed.

Eugenol is committed not to sell, rent, transfer or give third parties access to your data unless forced to do so for a legitimate reason (legal obligation, fight against fraud or abuse, exercise rights of defense, etc.)

Only the contact details collected during registrations through ticketing will be accessible to the organizing companies concerned by the purchased event.

The personal data thus collected may be transmitted to the Publisher's staff as well as to any third party responsible for participating in the implementation, production or monitoring of the Service. The Publisher's staff as well as third parties designated by the latter (partners and/or subcontractors), will have access to and may use the personal data collected for the sole purpose of providing the Service offered by the Publisher. Under no circumstances will personal data be transferred to third parties, whether free of charge or for a fee.

How do we protect your data?
Your personal information is stored in secure networks and is only accessible to a limited number of persons who have special access rights to these systems, and are subject to a duty of confidentiality regarding this information. Additionally, any sensitive information you provide is encrypted using Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology.

All credit card transactions are processed through our PCI compliant Monetico (CIC) service provider and are not stored or processed on our servers.

What rights do you have over your personal data?

According to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), you have the following rights:

· Permission to access
· Right of rectification
· Right of erasure (“Right to be forgotten”)
· Right to restriction of processing

You can access your data from your site in the “my information” section by clicking on this link

In this section you can modify and delete your data by closing your account. You can also request this deletion from us by email at support@Eugenol.usor by post to the address: EUGENOL SARL -72, avenue Parmentier 75011 Paris

You have the possibility, at any time, to no longer receive newsletters sent by Eugenol by e-mail either in your personal space by clicking on this link or at the address

Retention of personal data
Eugenol allows you to easily maintain the accuracy, updating and integrity of your personal data. We keep your personal data for the period necessary for the purposes described in our General Conditions of Use and our service-specific summaries. To estimate these periods of time, we carefully determine whether we need to collect personal data and, if we establish such a need, we retain it only as long as necessary to fulfill the purpose of the collection, unless a period of Longer retention is required by law.

Links to third party sites
We may include links to third party sites on our own site (social media or links to other sites). These third party sites have separate and independent privacy policies. We therefore have no responsibility for the content and activity of the sites linked to these links. However, we always seek to protect the integrity of our site.

The collection of personal data on the Site is necessary for the proper functioning of the Service.
Purposes of collecting personal data
The collection of personal data is mandatory to access the Service offered from the address.

This collection is carried out in order to enable the provision of the Service offered by the Publisher.
Failure to respond
Failure to communicate mandatory personal data prevents access to the Service distributed by the Site

Article 16: Installation of a cookie

To use the site in the best conditions, it is recommended to activate cookies on your computer, tablet, smartphone or other mobile devices. Otherwise, we cannot fully guarantee you a smooth visit to our site and the possibility of benefiting from our services, in particular to remember your shopping baskets or your preferences.
Cookies are small files that a site or service provider transfers to your computer's hard drive via your Internet browser (if you allow) that allows the site or service provider's system to recognize your browser and capture/remember certain information. For example, we use cookies to help us remember and process the items in your shopping cart. They are also used to better understand your preferences based on your previous or current activities on our site, which allows us to provide you with quality services. We also use cookies to help us compile aggregate data about site traffic, speed up your searches, or recognize you when you return to the Site.

You can decide to disable all cookies. You can do this in your browser settings as follows:

* On Internet Explorer.
1 Go to Tools > Internet Options.
2 Click the Privacy tab.
3 Click on the advanced button, check the box “Ignore automatic cookie management”.

* On Firefox

1 At the top of the Firefox window, click the Firefox button (Tools menu in Windows XP), then select Options.
2 Select the Privacy panel.
3 Set Retention Rules: to use custom settings for history.
4 Uncheck Accept cookies.
* On Chrome

1 Click the wrench icon located in the browser toolbar.
2 Select Settings.
3 Click Show advanced settings.
4 In the "Privacy" section, click the Content Settings button.
5 In the “Cookies” section, you can block cookies and data from third-party sites

* On Safari

1 Go to Settings > Preferences
2 Click the Privacy tab
3 In the “Block cookies” area, check the “always” box
* On Opera

1 Go to Settings > Preferences
2 Click on the advanced tab
3 In the “Cookies” area, check the box “Never accept cookies”

However, once this uninstallation has been carried out, the participant will no longer be able to access certain parts of the Site.

Deactivating your cookies will not disrupt your use of our site for visitors but risks for registrants losing some advantages and more generally the possibility of using the services offered by our sites in optimal conditions.

For more information, we invite you to refer to the page dedicated to the cookies policy at the following link

ARTICLE 17: Entire agreements

Article 17.1: These General Conditions of Use and Sale of the Service reflect all of the commitments made by the Contracting Parties in the context of its purpose. They cancel and replace any other written agreement signed between the Parties.

Article 17.2: Eugenol reserves the right to modify the conditions of this Contract at any time, with the exception of the financial terms provided for in Articles 8 and 9 hereof for current subscribers.

ARTICLE 18: Safeguard clause

The nullity or impossibility of implementing any of the clauses of this contract, if it does not significantly call into question the contractual balance, will not result in the termination of this Contract. In all cases, the Principal and the Agent undertake in advance to make every effort to try to overcome the nullity or impossibility of implementing the clause while preserving the contractual balance.

ARTICLE 19: Applicable law and attribution of jurisdiction.

These General Conditions of Use and Sale of the Service and all contracts resulting from them and their consequences are subject to French law, to the exclusion of any other legislation, regardless of the nationality of the Participant and the 'Advertiser, this is the case for the rules of substance and form.
By express agreement, in the absence of amicable agreement, the courts within the jurisdiction of Paris will have sole jurisdiction over any dispute or dispute relating to the formation, interpretation, execution, or non-performance of these presents, notwithstanding plurality of defendants or warranty appeal, even for precautionary proceedings, in summary proceedings or by motion.

ARTICLE 20: Election of domicile

Advertisers take up residence at the addresses entered in their personal account.

Any change of address of one of the Parties must be notified to the other Party by fax or e-mail.

ARTICLE 21: waiver of a right

The fact of one or the other party not exercising, on one or more occasions, the rights, options, claims or actions reserved for it by the Contract, cannot be interpreted as an abandonment or refusal to avail itself of the right to exercise said option.

ARTICLE 22: Subcontracting

The Publisher may subcontract all or part of its obligations under this Contract without the prior written consent of the Advertiser.

In the event that the Publisher subcontracts all or part of its contractual obligations, the Publisher will communicate to the subcontractors in question the obligations incumbent upon it and will remain fully guarantor and responsible to the Principal for all services and obligations under this Agreement.

Taking into account its skills and experience, the Publisher acknowledges that the choice of a subcontractor will be made by it alone and with the aim of respecting, in their entirety, the imperatives and choices defined jointly within the framework of the this Agreement.

ARTICLE 23: Partial non-validation - Silence

If one or more provisions of this contract prove to be void, or invalid or declared as such in application of a law, regulation or following of a final decision of a competent court, the other stipulations will retain all their force and scope.

Such nullity will not result in the nullity of the other provisions. The parties undertake to replace the provisions thus condemned by new stipulations, consistent with the legal provisions applicable to the case, and having a meaning and an effect as close as possible (in legal and economic terms) to that previously envisaged. .

In the event of silence in the contract or the impossibility of replacing a clause, the Parties agree to meet and compensate for this silence with a provision negotiated in good faith. Failing this, the provisions of common law will compensate, as much as possible, for this silence.

ARTICLE 24: Modification of the T&Cs

The EUGENOL Company reserves the right to modify the terms presented above at any time without notice.

Any modification made to the provisions of this Contract and/or its Appendices will only be valid if it is the subject of an amendment, duly signed by the authorized representatives of each of the Parties and/or a written document emanating from, or accepted by, the Party committing, and/or emanating from, or accepted by, the Party to whom the modification is opposed.

The modified General Conditions of Use and Sale of the Site will come into force as soon as they are posted online on the site

This Agreement is signed electronically.

By checking the acceptance box, the Advertiser acknowledges that the relationship between EUGENOL and advertisers is governed by these general conditions, which it accepts without reservation, as well as the marketing contract and the general conditions of use published on the Site.