Legal notices Ownership of the site

This site is the property of SARL TECKNISOLAR SENI whose registered office is located at 21 Rue cantin – 92400 COURBEVOIE – France – Tel: +33 (0)

Users rights and responsibilities

Anyone using this site acknowledges that they have the competence in using the means required to access the site, to use it and have checked that the information technology configuration used does not contain any viruses and that it is in working condition. Using the data on the site

Anyone using the present site must adhere to the requirements of the laws relating to information technology, to files and to liberties, failure to observe which could render them liable to legal action. They must in particular refrain, as far as the personal information to which they have access is concerned, from any collection, unapproved use and in general any act which could adversely affect the private lives or reputation of individuals.

The general structure, together with software, text, images, whether animated or otherwise, know-how and any other component elements of the site are the exclusive property of TECKNISOLAR SENI.

Any representation, in total or in part, of this site by whatever procedure, without the express permission of TECKNISOLAR SENI is prohibited and would constitute an punishable offence under articles L 335-2 and subsequent articles of the intellectual property code. The same is true for the databases appearing on this site, which are protected by the arrangements of the law of 1 July 1998 dealing with the transposition into the intellectual property code of the European Directive of 11 March 1996 relating to the legal protection of databases, and of which TECKNISOLAR SENI is the producer.

The TECKNISOLAR SENI trademarks as well as the logos which appear on the site are registered trademarks or are the property of its partners.

Any reproduction whether in full or in part of these trademarks or these logos made from components of this site without the express permission of TECKNISOLAR SENI is therefore prohibited in the sense of article L713-2 of the intellectual property code.