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This site belongs to and is operated by Callvin®. The Callvin® website and all of its elements, including logos and domain names, are protected by current Intellectual Property legislation and belong to Callvin® or are subject to authorisation of use.
Any reproduction, representation, translation, adaptation, or quotation whether of the whole or any part and undertaken by any means whatsoever, is strictly forbidden without the permission of Callvin®, except in instances falling under Section L.122-4 of the Intellectual Property Act.
Links to other websites
Callvin® cannot be held responsible for any website belonging to a third party accessed by the user via the Callvin® website. Callvin® has no control over the content of such third-party websites which remain entirely independent of Callvin®. Furthermore, the existence of a link between the website and a third-party website does not, under any circumstances, imply that Callvin® approves the content of such a website in any way whatsoever nor any use that may be made of such a site.
Availability of the website
Callvin® cannot guarantee provision of a website immune to any faults, in particular with regard to (but not limited to) any temporary non-availability of the site, any disturbance to the operation of the site by events and/or factors beyond the control of Callvin®, such as, for example, the means of transmission and communication between the internet user and the servers hosting the Callvin® website.
Callvin® and/or its suppliers may, at any time, modify or interrupt, temporarily or permanently, all or part of the website in order to perform maintenance and/or undertake improvements and/or modifications to the site. Callvin® is not responsible for any modification, suspension or interruption to the operation of the site.