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This site is published by the company GRAVIS SAS, owner of the GRAVIS brand:

Simplified Joint Stock Company.

SIRET no.: 39933229500027

Head office: 157, Boulevard Bahonneau – 49800 TRELAZE



CREDITS: is the official web address of the site of the company Gravis.
Publication director: François Gravis.



Any person who accesses the site of the company Gravis ( (hereinafter “the Site”) undertakes to comply with these conditions of use.
Any person consulting the Site is responsible for the data they communicate, use and/or send, and undertakes in this regard to comply with the French regulations in force, in particular those related to clearly unlawful content (obscene material, incitement to racial hatred, paedophilia, etc.) or the protection of the rights of third parties (intellectual property rights, etc.). The company Gravis is not responsible for the use of data, or for content communicated by another person which, in particular, may not comply with the regulations in force.
The company Gravis reserves the right to control a posteriori the creation of any hypertext link to the Site, and the right, where applicable, to remove any link. The company Gravis may not under any circumstances be held responsible for sites having a hypertext link with the Site, and may not be held responsible as for their content and their use.
The Site is subject to French law, and the French courts hold sole jurisdiction in the event of a dispute.



The presentation and content of the site together constitute a work protected by the legislation in force regarding copyright, intellectual and industrial property rights. Names, designations and logos are, unless otherwise indicated, registered trademarks. Any creative work appearing on the Site, such as drawings, photographs, images, texts, animated sequences with or without sound, and any other forms of documentation presented, are subject to copyright, industrial and/or intellectual property rights, and are, depending on the individual case, either the property of the company Gravis or of third parties who have authorised the company Gravis to use them.
No commercial exploitation, reproduction, presentation, use, adaptation, modification, incorporation, translation, or any commercial use in whole or in part of these elements (including those which can be downloaded or copied) may be made thereof without the prior written agreement of the company Gravis, with the except of use for private purposes, subject to any differing and potentially more restrictive provisions of the Intellectual Property Code.
In addition to copyright, breaching any of these industrial and/or intellectual property rights is an infringement offence punishable by a 3-year prison sentence and a fine of 300,000 Euros.



The company Gravis informs you that information of a directly or indirectly nominative nature collected on the Site (name, e-mail address, etc.), necessary for the functioning of certain applications (e-mail, contacts, etc.), benefits from the protection of French Law no. 78-17 of 6 January 1978, referred to the "Loi Informatique et Libertés" (French data protection act). This information, intended for use by the company Gravis, may be retained, processed in an automated manner and used, notably to contact you and inform you of our products, services and offers, particularly in connection with sales and/or marketing activities. The company Gravis may transmit information collected to third parties, in particular to some of its technical service providers so that they may check the correct functioning of the Site.
Under the terms of Article 16 of the abovementioned law, the site has been declared to the French data protection agency, the Commission Nationale de l'Informatique et des Libertés (CNIL).
For any information related to the protection of personal information, in particular how to exercise your rights of access, correction and deletion, you may write to: GRAVIS SAS / 157 Boulevard Bahonneau – 49800 TRELAZE.



What is a cookie?
The CNIL ( defines cookies as the following:
"A cookie is a piece of information downloaded onto your hard drive by the server of the site you are visiting. Cookies collect information about your browsing habits to provide you with content and services tailored to your interests. A cookie contains several pieces of data: the name of the server which placed it, a random number which serves as a unique identifier, and an expiry date for the cookies.
This information is sometimes stored on your computer in a simple text file which is accessed by servers to read and record information. "
In concrete terms, when you visit our site, "cookies" can be saved to your device (your computer, tablet, smartphone, etc.).
A cookie is a stored small text file which contains a list of characters that are downloaded onto your device when you visit the site. The cookies are then sent back to our site upon each of your subsequent visits, or to another site which recognizes the cookies.

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