The website www.annexx.com is edited by the company ANNEXX, a simplified joint stock company with a share capital of 150 000 €, the headquarters of which are located at 70 rue Jacques Babinet in Toulouse (31100) and registered with the Companies' Register of Toulouse under the number 444 704 928 (“ANNEXX”).
Telephone: 05 34 60 31 16
Communication & Web Manager: Audrey TORDEUX
The site host is OVH company, located at 2 Rue Kellermann 59100 Roubaix
ANNEXX presents, via the Website www.Annexx.com (the “Website”), its service of providing storage units for individuals and professionals, for a definite or indefinite period of time as well as other connected services.
The current general terms and conditions of use (the “GTCUs”) regulate the conditions under which all natural persons aged 18 and over (the “User”) access and browse the Website.
By browsing the Website, the User implicitly declares accepting all GTCUs as a whole. The GTCUs can be printed and downloaded onto a durable medium. ANNEXX reserves the right to modify and update the GTCUs at any moment.
The Website’s User acknowledges possessing the capacity and means necessary to access and use the Website. When browsing the Website, the User respects the legal and regulatory dispositions in place and, as such, the User commits to not download, post, transmit, distribute or publish in any other way, by means of the Website, content which could: - Disrupt public order or be offensive (particularly, justifying crimes against humanity, incitement to ethnic or racial hatred, child pornography, etc.); - Be qualified as criminal offences; - Undermine third parties' rights (identity theft, counterfeiting…); - Undermine ANNEXX’s image and/or reputation and/or constitute acts of unfair competition in regards to ANNEXX or a third party.
ANNEXX makes every effort to ensure that the information displayed on the Website be exact and up to date, all while reserving the right to modify the content at any moment. ANNEXX can’t however, guarantee that this information is complete and exact because it has been provided “as is”. The Website is accessible 24/7, including on Sundays and bank holidays, except during periods of maintenance of the website’s hosting infrastructures or in the event of force majeure. Furthermore, the User is cautioned about technical contingencies inherent to the internet and access interruptions that may occur as a result. ANNEXX will not be held responsible of any total or partial unavailability or malfunction of the Website as a result. In any case, ANNEXX is not responsible for delays, browsing difficulties or incompatibility between the Website and any file, browser, program or Website’s access tool. ANNEXX will, in no case, be held responsible for any damage relating to the use of the Website or to browsing the Website or resulting from the distribution, by a third party, of malicious software by means of the Website, like a virus.
The User recognises that the Website may contain links towards other websites of third-party companies and that, as such, browsing said websites is subject to abiding by the general terms and conditions of these websites and not the current GTCUs. Furthermore, ANNEXX is not responsible for the content of websites to which the User is sent via these links.
All elements that constitute the Website, its architecture and its graphics (including in particular, texts, graphics, visuals, software, photographs, images, drawings, models, logos and brands) as well as the Website itself, are protected under intellectual property law and are ANNEXX’s exclusive property.
Thus, without this list being exhaustive, any representation, modification, reproduction, distortion, of all or a part of the Website or its content, by any means and on any media, without prior written authorisation from ANNEXX, is forbidden and may be considered as counterfeiting, which is punishable by law.
The GTCUs as well as the Website’s use, are governed by French law.
In the event of a dispute regarding the GTCUs, their interpretation and/or any use of the Website, with a User/consumer, under the introductory article of the Consumer Code, the consumer can refer matters to the relevant Ombudsman, as is stated by the provisions L611-1 et seq. of the Consumer Code. Failing to reach an agreement via this procedure, the dispute will be submitted to the competent Court in the location where the User resides, or where the service is provided, or where the harmful event occurred or damage was suffered. It is the User’s choice.
In the event of a dispute with a professional User, in terms of the introductory article of the Consumer Code, said dispute will be subjected, failing amicable agreement between the Parties evidenced by the signature of an agreement protocol within a 30 (thirty) day period following the notification by one of the Parties of the dispute in reference to this provision, to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Commercial Court of Toulouse.