In accordance with the provisions of articles 6-III and 19 of the French Digital Economy Law (Loi pour la Confiance dans l'Économie Numérique), we inform you that:
In using the "www.portrevel.com" website you acknowledge that you have read the present terms and conditions and undertake to abide by them.
In using the "www.portrevel.com" website you acknowledge that you have the skills and resources required to access and use it.
In using the "www.portrevel.com" website you acknowledge that you have checked that your computer does not contain any viruses and is in full working order.
Artelia makes every effort to provide users with available, verified information and/or resources but will not be held liable for any mistakes, function unavailability and/or viruses present on its website.
The information provided on this site is general and given for guidance purposes only. It makes no claim to be exhaustive. Although the content is regularly updated, Artelia will not be held liable for any changes to administrative and legal provisions after publication.
The products and services proposed on the site are intended for French residents.
Artelia reserves the right to modify the content of its service ranges.
Artelia cannot guarantee that the information given on its website is accurate, complete and up to date.
You therefore agree to use this information under your own responsibility.
In accordance with the French data protection and civil liberties law no. 78-17 dated 6 January 1978 and its revisions, this website has been registered with the French data protection authority, CNIL (www.cnil.fr), under the number 1430278.
Automatic processing of personal data obtained from the “www.portrevel.com“ website is carried out in accordance with the requirements of the above-mentioned data protection and civil liberties law.
Under the terms of this same law, any information that you provide via forms given on the website is necessary in order to reply to your query and is intended for Artelia, which is responsible for processing this information for administrative and commercial purposes.
This law gives you the right to access, examine and correct your personal information. This means you are entitled to ask us to correct, complete, update, block or delete any such information that we hold and that is inaccurate, incomplete, ambiguous or out-of-date or that was collected, used, disclosed or kept in a prohibited manner.
You also have the right to object to your personal information being used for legitimate reasons or for business prospecting purposes.
You may exercise all these rights by sending a letter, enclosing a copy of a personal identity document including your signature, to Artelia at the following address: Artelia First Part Dieu 2, avenue Lacassagne - 69003 Lyon - France
When you connect to our site, a cookie may be placed automatically in your browser.
A cookie is a block of data that does not enable you to be identified but that is used to save information relating to your activity on our site.
Your browser can be configured to notify you when cookies are added and, if you wish, to reject them (more detailed information on this subject may be found on the CNIL's website: www.cnil.fr).
You have all the rights described in the previous section in regard to personal data transmitted via cookies in the conditions described above.
In using the “www.portrevel.com“ website you must comply with the French data protection and civil liberties law no. 78-17 dated 6 January 1978 and its revisions, violation of which can result in prosecution.
In particular, you must not collect or use personal information that you are able to access on the site in a fraudulent manner or to carry out any action liable to invade the privacy or harm the reputation of another person.
Port RevelTM is a trademark of Artelia.
The general structure and the software applications, texts, images whether animated or not, know-how and all other items making up the “www.portrevel.com“ site are the exclusive property of Artelia and may not be downloaded, disseminated, stored or saved. The full or partial republishing, modification, reuse or forwarding of technical documents, images and texts on the present site by any person whatsoever is strictly prohibited without the express authorization of Artelia and would constitute fraud subject to prosecution under the terms of articles L. 335-2 et seq. of the French intellectual property code. The same applies to any databases produced by Artelia appearing on the website, which are protected by the provisions of the French law of 1 July 1998 transposing into the French intellectual property code the EU directive of 11 March 1996 relating to the legal protection of databases.
As an exception to the clause above, documents and videos that are explicitly marked as "Download" may be used provided "Copyright Port Revel" is mentioned.
The brands of Artelia and its partners and the logos appearing on the site are registered trademarks. Full or partial reproduction of these brands or these logos on the basis of site components without the express authorisation of Artelia is therefore prohibited by virtue of the French intellectual property code. Artelia will not be held liable for the use of links from its website to other resources available on the Internet.
The existence of a link between the “www.portrevel.com“ and an external site shall under no circumstances indicate that Artelia guarantees the content of the said site and more particularly any use thereof. In particular, Artelia will not be held liable for attacks from viruses or other computer parasites spread via the said external sites.
Artelia will not be held liable under any circumstances for direct, indirect or specific damage resulting from use of the “www.portrevel.com“ website and/or the interpretation of its content. In particular, Artelia will not be held liable for any operating, commercial or financial loss or any loss of programs or data from the computer systems of visitors to the “www.portrevel.com“ website. All disputes relating to use of the “www.portrevel.com“ website are governed by French law.