1. Legal information
The website www.evolutec-ingenierie.com is published by EVOLUTEC INGENIERIE, a simplified joint stock company with a capital of €40 000 whose Siren number is 513 023 051 and whose head office is located at 3 rue Johannes Kepler, 64000 Pau, represented by Jean Jacques MANDROU as Director.
Intra-community VAT number: FR41513023051
You can contact EVOLUTEC INGENIERIE by phone at 05 59 40 68 99, or by mail at the following adress : firstname.lastname@example.org.
Director of the publication of the website: Mr Jean-Jacques MANDROU
The website www.evolutec-ingenierie.com ies hosted by 1&1 Internet SARL.
Design and creation by Romain PEROUA, 21 Côte Saint Martin 64800 Nay, 06 76 97 09 11 – SIRET 51135709700035
2. Purpose of the www.evolutec-ingenierie.com
The website www.evolutec-ingenierie.com presents, strictly for information purposes, the services and activities of EVOLUTEC INGENIERIE.
The site also allows users to apply for various job offers, either spontaneously or by responding to an offer published in the careers section of the site.
3. Personal data
4. Intellectual property
EVOLUTEC INGENIERIE is the owner of the general structure of the website and its domain name.
The site as a whole and each of its components (texts, images, tree structure, software, animations, banners, brands, logos, and any other document) are the exclusive property of EVOLUTEC INGENIERIE.
The use, reproduction or representation of all or part of this site, by any means whatsoever, is therefore strictly prohibited without the prior written consent of EVOLUTEC INGENIERIE.
EVOLUTEC INGENIERIE cannot be held responsible in case of interruption of access to the website due to maintenance operations, updates, technical improvements, or content and/or presentation updates.
EVOLUTEC INGENIERIE declines all responsibility concerning access and the content of the site in the event of direct or indirect damage, whatever the cause, origin, nature or consequence, or linked to the fraudulent intrusion of a third party.
The user is aware of the risks associated with the use of Internet services, and it is therefore their responsibility to take all appropriate measures to protect their own data and/or software from contamination by any viruses circulating on the Internet.
The courts of Paris are territorially competent to hear any related dispute.