Terms of Service
This site (the "Site") is published by Aéropop Music, Société A Responsabilité Limitée, registered with the trade and companies register under n ° 492 784 384, whose registered office is located at 24 RUE CHANOINESSE - 74001 PARIS (hereinafter "Aéropop Music ”,“ we ”,“ our ”,“ our ”). The person responsible for the publication of the Site is Mrs Laurie Montagner.
The Site is hosted by OVH SAS, whose head office is located at 2 rue Kellermann 59100 Roubaix, France.
The Site provides its users with access to content relating to Superbus and in particular the sale of merchandising bearing the image of the group. All the content and services provided on the Site are hereinafter referred to by the term "Services".
Your use of the Site is governed by these General Conditions of Use regardless of the means by which you access the Site (via the Internet, via a “Wireless Access Protocol” type network (commonly referred to as “WAP”), through a mobile network, or through other types of networks.
These General Conditions of Use govern your relationship with the Site.
The Site may include third party applications (as defined in section 5 below). Your use of such applications is governed by additional conditions which are not included in these General Conditions of Use and which are made available by their suppliers.
Article 1: Acceptance of conditions
Access to and use of the Site implies your unreserved acceptance of these General Conditions of Use. We reserve the right to make changes to these General Conditions of Use, changes which will take effect as soon as they are posted on the Site.
Once these modifications are posted on the Site, your use of the Site constitutes acceptance of the modified General Conditions of Use.
Article 2: Territory
The Site may be unavailable in certain countries.
You are responsible for your use of the Site. In particular, you agree to comply with all local laws and rules of practice. We reserve the right to restrict access to the site, in whole or in part, to any person, geographic area or jurisdiction at any time and in our sole discretion.
Article 3: Rules of use
By accessing or using the Site, you agree to comply with all applicable legislation as well as the rights of third parties. In particular, you agree to comply with the following rules ("The rules of use"):
You agree not to:
- Use the Site for purposes contrary to the laws in force.
- Hinder the operation of the Site and / or access to it, in particular by modifying server and / or network parameters or in general, by violating procedures and rules of use relating to networks.
- Restrict or prevent a third party from using or enjoying the Site.
- Reproduce, duplicate, copy, sell, resell or exploit for commercial purposes, all or part of the Site.
- Use the site to promote products and services without obtaining our prior consent.
- Modify, adapt, translate, decompile or disassemble all or part of the Site except in cases expressly authorized by applicable law.
- Delete the mentions relating to intellectual property rights or any other element of the Site (text, image, sound or others).
- Duplicate or reproduce in the form of "framing" all or part of the Site.
- Create a database in order to download and systematically save all or part of the content of the Site.
- Use a search robot "spider" or a site vacuum cleaner or other manual or automatic device allowing to extract, index the data of the Site or to reproduce or divert the navigation structure or the presentation of the Site, without our prior agreement .
We reserve the right to terminate your use in the event of a violation of these terms.
Article 4: Intellectual property rights
We own all of the content that we make available to users on the Site. These contents are protected by copyright, trademark law, patent law or any other legislation in force.
Unless expressly authorized in advance by us, you agree not to reproduce, modify, rent, borrow, sell, distribute or create derivative works based on all or part of the Site or any other content made available through the intermediary of the site.
In addition, the Site may contain trademarks and trade names or other protected material belonging to third parties. These protected elements remain the property of their respective rights holders. All patents, brands, trade names and / or other proprietary material intellectual property are protected by the legislation in force. Unless expressly authorized in advance, you agree not to reproduce, modify, rent, borrow, sell, distribute or create derivative works based on all or part of the Site or on any other element made available through the site.
No mention on the site should be interpreted as granting a license or a right to use a trade name, a trademark or any other protected element without the prior written consent of the rights holder.
Please note that the unauthorized use of the products and services, including without limitation, the use of the software of the service may engage your civil and criminal liability (including, without limitation, a possible order to pay damages).
Article 5: Third party applications
The site may contain software and services (or links relating thereto) published by third parties and made available by our suppliers (hereinafter “Third Party Application”).
To the extent that we have no control over Third Party Applications, we cannot be held responsible for any Third Party Application, including, without limitation, workmanship, accuracy, integrity, quality, legality, utility, or safety, or intellectual property rights relating to the Third Party Application or its use.
We have no obligation to monitor the Third Party Application and we reserve the right to remove or limit access to all or part of the Third Party Application from the Site in our sole discretion.
The availability of a Third Party Application on the Site does not imply our approval of it or our affiliation with its provider. In addition, your use of the Third Party Application may be subject to additional terms (such as terms provided by the provider of the Third Party Application) that are not included in these terms or in The Policy. These terms do not establish any legal relationship between you and the provider of the Third Party Application. Nothing in these terms should be construed as a guarantee by us or our parent company, subsidiaries, affiliates, Artists or their representatives with respect to any Third Party Application.
Article 6: Third party content
The Site may incorporate certain features allowing access to content provided by third parties ("Third Party Content"). To the extent that we have no control over Third Party Content, you agree that we cannot be held responsible for Third Party Content, including, without limitation, workmanship, accuracy, integrity, quality, legality, the utility, or safety, or intellectual property rights in relation to Third Party Content or its use.
We have no obligation to monitor Third Party Content and we reserve the right to remove or limit access to all or part of Third Party Content from the Site in our sole discretion.
In addition, your use of Third Party Content may be subject to additional terms (such as terms provided by the provider of Third Party Content) that are not included in these terms or in The Policy.
These terms do not establish any legal relationship between you and the provider of Third Party Content. Nothing in these terms and conditions should be construed as a guarantee by us or our parent company, subsidiaries, affiliates, artists or their representatives with respect to Third Party Content.
Article 7: Links and feeds
The site may contain links to external sites and / or information feeds from other sites. External sites may contain links to the Site with or without our consent. We reserve the right to block any link to or from the Site.
Your use of an external website is at your own risk. We cannot be held responsible for such use.
Article 8: Limitation of liability
We make no warranty on third party content and third party applications on the site.
In addition, we cannot guarantee the compatibility of an application with the site and invite you to check this compatibility beforehand.
You remain solely responsible for (a) obtaining the software, hardware, and / or any other element (including connection to the internet) necessary for the use of the site (b) ensuring that the software, hardware and service you use is compatible with the site.
You are solely responsible for evaluating the risks associated with the use of the site including, without limitation, the accuracy, completeness or usefulness of third party applications, content of iers, and all the content available on the site.
We do our best to maintain the security of the Site. However, we cannot guarantee the security of the Site, Third Party Content or Third Party Applications. In addition, we do not guarantee the uninterrupted operation of the Site or Third Party Applications.
The Site and / or third party applications may be subject to unauthorized modification by third parties.
Article 9: Complaints and requests for information
If you have a question or a complaint concerning the Site, we invite you to contact us by e-mail at email@example.com. Since email communications are not secure, we therefore invite you not to include confidential information in your email.
Article 10: Contact
If you have any questions regarding the interpretation and / or application of these conditions, we invite you to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. As email communications are not secure, we therefore invite you not to mention confidential information in your emails.
Terms of Sales
Please read these General Conditions of Sale carefully.
Article 1: Application of the GTC and modifications
These general conditions of sale apply to all orders placed on the shop.superbus.fr site. These general conditions come into force on the date of validation of the order form. They are concluded for the duration necessary for the supply of the products, until the expiry of the guarantees of the online sale on shop.superbus.fr.
Placing an order implies unreserved acceptance of the general conditions. The consumer acknowledges being fully informed that his agreement regarding the content of these general conditions does not require the handwritten signature of this document, insofar as the customer wishes to order online the products presented in the context of the website store. .
The consumer has the option of saving or editing these general conditions, it being specified that both the saving and the edition of this document are his sole responsibility.
The consumer, prior to his order, declares that the acquisition of these products is not directly related to his professional activity, their acquisition being reserved for his personal use. As a consumer, the customer therefore has specific rights, which would be called into question in the event that the products or services acquired within the framework of the website actually have a connection with his professional activity.
The consumer declares to have the full legal capacity allowing him to engage under the present general conditions. Shop.superbus.fr can modify the conditions of sale at any time without notice, the modifications then being applicable to all subsequent orders.
This contract is formed by the following contractual documents, presented in descending hierarchical order: these general conditions, the order form, the notices (Secure payment, Deliveries). In the event of a contradiction between the provisions contained in documents of different rank, the provisions of the higher-ranking document shall prevail.
Article 2: Product
Shop.superbus.fr presents on its website the products for sale with the necessary characteristics that allow compliance with Article L 111-1 of the Consumer Code, which provides for the possibility for the potential consumer to know before taking an order definitively the essential characteristics of the products he wishes to buy.
Article 3: Product availability
Our product offers and prices are valid as long as they are visible on the site, within the limits of available stocks.
Article 4: Ordering methods
Electronic order validation
All orders on shop.superbus.fr have 4 steps.
- Adding items to the cart.
- Entering your billing and delivery details.
- Summary and final validation of your order.
- Access to the payment method selected in your basket.
An order will be considered valid when these 4 steps have been properly completed.
The contractual information will be confirmed by e-mail at the latest at the time of delivery or, failing that, at the address indicated by the consumer in the order form.
Article 5: Price
The seller's price list does not constitute a sale. It can be modified unilaterally without prior notice. The goods are invoiced at the price agreed upon when ordering.
The prices are indicated in euros and do not take into account the delivery costs, invoiced in addition. The mode of transport and its cost varies according to the weight and volume of the order. The transport costs applicable to the Customer's order are communicated during the ordering procedure.
The prices indicated on the site take into account the VAT applicable on the day of the order and any change in the applicable VAT rate will be automatically reflected in the price of the products in the online store. As the sales prices including VAT are calculated from a basis excluding VAT, the simultaneous ordering of several products and / or options may lead to rounding differences of the order of one euro cent between the respective selling prices of the products and / or options and their sum calculated automatically in the basket. Also, only the amounts indicated on the order form have value when ordering.
Payment of the full price must be made when ordering. At no time can the sums paid be considered as a deposit or down payment.
Article 6: Payment terms and transaction security
In all cases, payment is made in Euro.
You can pay either:
- by credit card: Visa and MasterCard
- by Paypal: by Carte Bleue, Visa, and MasterCard or by using the balance of your Paypal account,
The order will be effective from the date of debit from the buyer's account for credit cards and Paypal.
The products remain the property of shop.superbus.fr until full payment of the order. However, from the delivery, the risks of the delivered goods are transferred to the customer.
The consumer guarantees shop.superbus.fr that he has the necessary authorizations to use the method of payment chosen by him, during the validation of the order form.
Shop.superbus.fr reserves the right to suspend any order management and any delivery in the event of refusal of authorization of payment by bank card from officially accredited organizations or in the event of non-payment. Shop.superbus.fr reserves the right in particular to refuse to make a delivery or to honor an order from a consumer who has not fully or partially paid a previous order or with whom a payment dispute is in progress. administration.
Securing bank card transactions
The online payment procedure is secure thanks to the SSL (Secure Socket Layer) protocol which allows the encryption and scrambling of your bank card details.
Article 7 - Terms of delivery
Delivery on time can only take place if the consumer is up to date with his obligations to the seller.
The consumer may, at his request, obtain the sending of an invoice to the billing address and not to the delivery address by validating the option provided for this purpose on the order form.
Damage / Missing packages
The products are delivered to the address indicated by the consumer on the order form and only in metropolitan France. The consumer is required to check the condition of the packaging and the goods on delivery and to report the damage due to the carrier on the transport slip, then confirm by registered letter with acknowledgment of receipt within 48 hours. written reservations made to the carrier at the latter's address indicated on the transport slip and in copy to email@example.com.
The consumer must formulate with shop.superbus.fr on the same day of delivery or at the latest on the first working day following delivery, any claim of delivery error and / or non-conformity of products in kind or in quality. compared to the indications on the order form. Any complaint formulated after this deadline will be rejected.
Article 8 - Liability
Neither party will have failed in its contractual obligations, insofar as their execution will be delayed, hindered or prevented by a fortuitous event or force majeure. Will be considered as fortuitous event or force majeure any irresistible facts or circumstances, external to the parties, unforeseeable, inevitable, independent of the will of the parties and which cannot be prevented by the latter, despite all reasonably possible efforts.
The party affected by such circumstances will notify the other within ten working days of the date on which it becomes aware. The two parties will then approach each other, within one month, unless this is impossible due to force majeure, to examine the impact of the event and agree on the conditions under which the execution of the contract will be continued. If the force majeure event lasts for more than three months, these general conditions may be terminated by the injured party.
Expressly, are considered as force majeure or fortuitous events, in addition to those usually retained by the case law caution of French courts and tribunals: blocking of means of transport or supplies, earthquakes, fires, storms, floods, lightning; shutdown of telecommunication networks or difficulties specific to telecommunication networks external to customers.
Limits of Liability
Photos are for illustrative purposes. We invite you to refer to the description of each product to know the precise characteristics. In case of doubt or if you would like additional information, do not hesitate to contact customer service.
In the event of hypertext links pointing to other sites from shop.superbus.fr, the company will not be responsible for the content of the information provided on these sites after activation of these links.
Article 9 - Applicable law
These general conditions are subject to French law. This is the case for the substantive rules as for the formal rules. In the event of a dispute or complaint, the consumer will first contact customer service to obtain an amicable solution.
No partial validation
If one or more provisions of these general conditions are held to be invalid or declared as such in application of a law, a regulation or following a final decision of a competent court, the other provisions will retain all their force. and their scope.
The fact that one of the parties does not invoke a breach by the other party of any of the obligations referred to in these general conditions cannot be interpreted for the future as a waiver of the obligation. in question.
Article 10: Intellectual property
All texts, tree structure of departments, names of commercial operations, comments, illustrations and images reproduced on the shop.superbus.fr site are reserved under copyright as well as intellectual property and for the whole world. .
As such and in accordance with the provisions of the Intellectual Property Code, only use for private use subject to different or even more restrictive provisions of the intellectual property code. Any total or partial reproduction of the shop.superbus.fr site is strictly prohibited.
Article 11 - Provision of the law "Informatique et Libertés"
The information requested from the consumer is necessary to process his order.
The consumer can write to customer service to exercise his rights of access, rectification with regard to information concerning him and appearing in the files of shop.superbus.fr, under the conditions provided for by the law of January 6, 1978.
The consumer is informed that he can himself make changes to his account in the section provided for this purpose.
In accordance with the Data Protection Act of January 6, 1978 you have, at any time, a right of access, rectification, and opposition to all of your personal data by writing and justifying your identity, to firstname.lastname@example.org