Terms and conditions of use
1. Scope of application
1.1 The website www.aevis.com (hereinafter referred to as the Website) is operated by AEVIS VICTORIA SA.
1.2 The Website and the General Terms and Conditions of Use have been drawn up in accordance with the legal provisions in force in Switzerland.
1.3 Any person consulting the Website (hereinafter referred to as the «Internet user») declares that he or she accepts the following conditions, including the disclaimer (clause 10).
2. Modification of conditions of use
AEVIS VICTORIA SA reserves the right to modify these Terms and Conditions of Use at any time without prior notice; modifications shall take effect upon publication on the Website.
3. Access and availability
Access to this Website and its availability without interruptions or technical errors are not guaranteed. AEVIS VICTORIA SA reserves the right to block or restrict access to the Website at any time without notice.
4. General content
The contents of the Website (hereinafter referred to as the «Contents») are intended solely for general information on AEVIS VICTORIA SA. The information contained on the Website does not constitute a binding offer to AEVIS VICTORIA SA, nor does it constitute an offer to the Internet user. The Website does not display or receive any advertising funds.
5.1 All contents of the Website are protected by trademark rights, patents, copyrights or other rights conferred by law and are the property of AEVIS VICTORIA SA. The rights of third parties are reserved.
5.2 Internet users may display, print, save and copy content for their private use only. The content may not be modified by the Internet user. In addition, any reference to intellectual property rights must be retained. Any other use of all or part of the contents is subject to the prior written consent of AEVIS VICTORIA SA.
6. Prohibited use
In particular, the following is prohibited without the prior written consent of AEVIS VICTORIA SA :
a) any form of propagation, retransmission, processing or reproduction of all or part of the content for commercial purposes;
b) any form of publication of all or part of the contents, as well as any form of publication of works based essentially on all or part of the contents, including for non-commercial purposes;
c) the creation of links to all or part of the Content from other websites.
With the exception of the images and texts specifically designated in the media information section, which may be used without the prior written consent of AEVIS VICTORIA SA, exclusively for (and in direct connection with) media information reports concerning AEVIS VICTORIA SA, and with express indication of the source.
AEVIS VICTORIA SA reserves the right to modify, add to or delete the contents of the Website at any time and without prior notice.
8. Medical information
The Internet user is expressly made aware of the fact that any medical information present on the Website can in no way replace individual advice given by a doctor or any other health professional. AEVIS VICTORIA SA does not provide personal medical advice through the Website.
9.1 The Website may contain links to third-party websites. These links are intended solely to enhance the user-friendliness of the Website; they do not constitute an endorsement by AEVIS VICTORIA SA of the content of the websites referenced by these links.
9.2 AEVIS VICTORIA SA accepts no responsibility for third party websites. Activation of a link is therefore at the user’s own risk.
10. Exclusion of liability
10.1 AEVIS VICTORIA SA checks the quality of the content, but cannot guarantee its accuracy, completeness or timeliness. AEVIS VICTORIA SA accepts no liability whatsoever for damage caused to the user or to third parties by the use of the content.
10.2 Neither can AEVIS VICTORIA SA guarantee that the Website is free of viruses or other harmful elements maliciously introduced by third parties. AEVIS VICTORIA SA is not liable for any damage caused to the Internet user or to third parties by such elements.
11. Applicable law
These terms and conditions of use are governed solely by Swiss law, without giving effect to any rules of conflict of laws.
12. Invalid clause
If one or more of these conditions of use should be or become partially or completely invalid due to legal provisions, regulations or changes in the law, all the other conditions of use shall retain their validity and the clause in force which comes closest to the intended purpose of the invalid clause shall then apply.
13. Place of jurisdiction