Terms and Conditions http://www.harten.frThe photos and/or the texts shown on this website are not royalty free.
The following conditions formally bind the signatories of this contract of assignment. Each of the signatories declares that they have the necessary powers of representation.
Ownership of this Website: http://www.harten.fr is the owner and operator of this Website. All content produced or made available on this Website, including, but not exclusively, the texts, graphics, and photographs, (the "Content”) is the property of http://www.harten.fr and the content providers.
All of the elements, all photos and/or texts from the Website http://www.harten.fr, including, but not exclusively, the overall design and the Content, are protected by patents, copyrights, intellectual property rights, registered trademarks, and other laws related to the protection of intellectual property. Barring express authorization set out in this agreement or in another agreement undertaken with http://www.harten.fr or one of its partners, no part nor any element of this Website or its Content may be copied or transferred by any means whatsoever. This Website, its Content, and all rights relating to it will remain the exclusive property of http://www.harten.fr or its License holders, except where there is another express arrangement.
You must compensate http://www.harten.fr, its subsidiaries, and license holders for any losses, expenses, costs, or damages sustained due to your negligence with regard to this Agreement or the unauthorized use of the Content and the rights related to it.
http://www.harten.fr will regularly send you information about its news and about the Website, which is likely to be of interest to you. . If you no longer wish to receive this information, please return the email to its sender and your address will be removed from the mailing list.
Rights of use:
When a user license is granted by http://www.harten.fr, use of the image is specified on the invoice and cannot be used for any other purpose without the prior authorization of http://www.harten.fr . The user license specifies the type of medium, language, geographical area, and times of use authorized to you. A license granted by http://www.harten.fr does not in any way constitute a declaration of compatibility of use of this image with other content. Any misappropriation will bring about the cancellation of the downloading contract and will trigger legal proceedings before the competent judicial authorities.
All licenses to use an image are subject to payment. The cost is based on the definition of use of the image. It will be calculated by criteria such as the number of copies, the type of medium, the areas of distribution, and whether the use requested is exclusive or not. http://www.harten.fr calculates the cost according to the information provided by the license holder. False information may trigger a surcharge in relation to the contract established and may even lead to cancellation of the contract.
With any publication of a photograph under license, the name http://www.harten.fr must be credited in all reproductions of its work The credit line must contain "http://www.harten.fr". The preferred position for the credit is to the side of the image or in the photographic acknowledgements and credits section. With regard to use for advertising or commercial purposes, we ask that the license holder makes every effort to feature the credit.
http://www.harten.fr asks to receive at least two copies of any publication containing a reproduction of an image.
Claims and disputes:
The users of this Website accept that the terms cited above originate from the 'Code du Commerce et de la Propriété Intellectuelle' (French commercial and intellectual property law) and agree to be bound thereby. Any objection in relation to this content must be made in writing within ten (10) days. This contract will be interpreted according to French legislation on contracts drafted and executed in France. In the event of disputes related to this contract or non-performance thereof, the parties assign exclusive jurisdiction to the competent courts of Paris.