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LEGAL NOTICES

PUBLISHER OF THE WEBSITE ACCESSIBLE AT  :

RUGBY NATIONAL LEAGUE (hereinafter the "NRL")
Intracommunity VAT number: FR 66 42122348800030
SIREN NUMBER: 421223488
Legal representative: Paul GOZE
25-27, avenue de Villiers 75017 PARIS
Tel: 01.55.55.07.87.90
Mail: contact@lnr.fr
Publication managers: Thomas OTTON / Nathan SAMSON
Photos: Presse-Sports, France Europe Photos (FEP), LNR, Agence France Presse (AFP) All rights reserved

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CREATION & DEVELOPMENT
The functional, creative and technical design of the site was carried out by Burson Cohn & Wolfe.

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF USE

General terms and conditions of use of the website accessible at: www.20ans.lnr.fr .

PREAMBLE :

These General Terms and Conditions of Use, hereinafter referred to as the "G.U.T.", apply to the website, which is the exclusive property of the National Rugby League (hereinafter referred to as the "NRL") in addition to the legal notices above.

1. DEFINITIONS :

The Site: The official website TOP 14 accessible at the address.
The T&Cs: These General Conditions of Use which exempt the terms of use of the content offered to Users of the Site.
Content: The general structure of the Site, its graphic charter as well as all the content published on the Site (images, illustrations, articles, photos, logos, brands, videos, interviews, sounds, texts, databases, newsletters, results, rankings, calendars...).
The User (or Users): Any person visiting the Site, regardless of where they are located and how they connect to the Site.

2. ACCEPTANCE

The Site's T&Cs determine the rules for access to the Site and its terms of use.
The User acknowledges that he accepts the T&Cs without reservation solely because of his connection to the Site and undertakes to respect them.

3. USER LICENSE

The LNR, grants to the User who accepts it, solely by virtue of his connection to the Site, a license for personal use of the Site, revocable, non-transferable, non-transferable, non-transferable, non-exclusive, free of charge on the Site and the information consulted on the Site.

4. HYPERLINKS

The Site may include hypertext links to other websites or other Internet sources. To the extent that the LNR cannot control these external sites and sources, the LNR cannot be held responsible for the availability of these external sites and sources, and cannot assume any responsibility for the content, advertising, products, services or any other information or data available on or from these external sites or sources. In addition, the LNR shall not be liable for any proven or alleged damage or loss resulting from or in connection with the use of or reliance on the content, goods or services available on such external sites or sources.
Any creation of hypertext links redirecting to the NRL Site is subject to the prior and express authorization of the NRL, which may be revoked at any time at its sole discretion. The LNR reserves the right to (i) request the removal of any link redirecting to the Site that has not been, or is no longer, authorized and (ii) claim damages for any damage suffered as a result.

5. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

5.1. Website

The Site and any software necessarily used in connection with it may contain confidential information as well as data protected by intellectual property law. Thus, unless otherwise stated, the intellectual property rights to the Content of the Site are the exclusive property of the LNR, which does not grant any license or right other than that of consulting the Site. The reproduction of all or part of the Content is only authorised for the exclusive purpose of information for personal and strictly private use, any reproduction and any use of copies made for other purposes in any manner whatsoever and in any form whatsoever is expressly prohibited.

It is also prohibited to copy, modify, create a derivative work, assemble, decompile (except as provided by law), sell, assign, sub-license or transfer in any way any rights relating to the Content. It is also prohibited to modify all or part of the Content or to use software in order to obtain unauthorized access to the Content and to access the Site by any means other than the interface provided to the Site User by the LNR for this purpose.


5.2. Brands

It is recalled that the LNR is the owner of the trademarks "LIGUE NATIONALE RUGBY", "TOP 14 RUGBY" and "PRO D2 RUGBY", this list is not exhaustive.

The User of the Site acknowledges the exclusive rights of the LNR over its trademarks and refrains from making any use of them and, more generally, from infringing the intellectual property rights of the LNR. The LNR reserves the right to claim damages in the event of infringement and, more generally, in the event of infringement of its intellectual property rights.

In the same way, the User of the Site agrees not to infringe property rights, and in particular intellectual property rights appearing on the Site and held by the partners of the LNR as well as by the French Rugby Federation and by the member clubs of the LNR, i.e. the "professional" clubs participating in the 1st and 2nd division Professional French Championship.

Any use, in any way whatsoever, of the trademarks and/or logos and/or any other Content appearing on the Site is subject to the prior and express authorization of the LNR or the owner of the intellectual property rights concerned.

6. PERSONAL DATA

In accordance with the applicable provisions on the protection of personal data, the User has a right of access and portability, modification, rectification and deletion of personal data concerning him/her... To exercise these rights, the User is invited to send an e-mail to .

He can also write to the: Ligue Nationale de Rugby, 25-27 Avenue de Villiers -75017 Paris.

The User may also, for legitimate reasons, object to the processing of data concerning him/her.

The User will find information on his rights and duties and on the protection of personal data on the website of the Commission Nationale Informatique et Libertés accessible at the following address: http://www.cnil.fr/

7. COOKIES

7.1. Definition of a Cookie

A Cookie is a tracker deposited and/or read during the consultation of the Site. Cookies have different functions. A cookie can allow the person who placed it to recognize an Internet user from one visit to another using a unique identifier.

7.2. Legal framework

The storage of information on a User's equipment or access to information already stored, should only be implemented with the prior consent of the User, unless such actions are strictly necessary for the Site publisher to deliver a service expressly requested by the subscriber or user.

7.3. Purpose of the use of Cookies on the Site

    to help recognize the browser of a user who has already visited the Site and to record preferences that were determined during that previous visit (for example, login information can be recorded so that it is not necessary to log in each time you visit the Site);
    for the personalization of the Site Content;
    to measure and study the effectiveness of customizable content, features, advertising and other communications;
    to monitor the analytical data on the Site, the use made of the Site by Users and to improve the Content of the Site;
    to allow content to be shared on social networks via Facebook, Twitter and Google+ sharing buttons.

7.4. Deleting Cookies

Cookies can be disabled in the browser at any time by following the instructions provided in the browser's help files. Cookies can also be set directly in the browser settings.

Google Chrome: "Tools" / "Settings" / "Show advanced settings" menu, then "Content settings" / "Allow local data storage" must be selected. Once this is done, select "Block all cookies"

Internet Explorer: http://windows.microsoft.com/fr-fr/internet-explorer/delete-manage-cookies#ie=ie-11

Mozilla Firefox: http://support.mozilla.org/fr/kb/activer-desactiver-cookies

Safari: http://www.apple.com/fr/privacy/use-of-cookies/

8. VIRUSES, PIRACY AND OTHER OFFENCES

The User shall not knowingly introduce viruses, Trojan horses, logic bombs or any other element of any kind, code or computer program designed to interrupt, corrupt, destroy, hijack, damage or limit the functionality or performance of the Site.

The NRL shall not be liable for any loss or damage of any kind caused by a saturation attack, viruses or other technologically harmful elements that may infect the User's computer equipment, computer programs, data or other elements due to the use of the Site.

9. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY

The LNR takes all measures to provide Users with a quality service and reliable, accurate, and exhaustive information. However, no explicit or implicit guarantee is given on this subject. Under no circumstances shall LNR be held liable for the use or interpretation of the Content of the Site. The NRL does not assume any responsibility and provides no guarantee as to the facts: (1) that the Site meets the requirements of all Users, (2) that the services offered on the Site are uninterrupted, timely, accurate and reliable, (3) that the Site and the documents it allows to be downloaded are free of viruses or any other harmful element.More generally, neither the LNR nor any of its affiliated organisations, nor its officers, employees or other representatives, may be held liable for any damages, including in particular any loss of data, income, chance or profit, as well as any request from third parties resulting from or in connection with the use of the Site, the information, content, elements or products presented on the Site.

10. MUTABILITY

These T&C are subject to change. Consequently, any update of the T&Cs is enforceable against Users as soon as it is published in order to guarantee the adaptability of the stipulations to the technical evolution of the media.

11. MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

If any of the provisions of the TOU are declared null and void or inapplicable pursuant to any law, regulation or court decision that has become final, they shall be deemed unwritten and the other provisions shall remain in force.

The contractual relations between the LNR and the User of the Site are governed solely by the provisions of the T&Cs.

12. APPLICABLE LAW AND ALLOCATION OF JURISDICTION

These T&Cs are subject in all respects to French law.

Any dispute likely to result from the interpretation, execution and/or termination of these T&Cs will be the subject of an attempt to reach an amicable settlement

Failing this, the dispute shall be submitted to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts within the jurisdiction of the Paris Court of Appeal, even in the event of an incidental claim or warranty or multiple defendants.