The owner of the website www.marge.eu is SARL MARGE :
- with a share capital of 21466 euros
- registered in the Toulouse Trade and Companies Register under number 400733911
- Intracommunity VAT: VAT EU FR41400733911
and whose head office is located at: 16 rue Jacques Mignard, 31700 Blagnac
Publication manager: MARGE (email@example.com)
General terms and conditions of use
The user acknowledges that he/she has read these General Terms and Conditions of Use and agrees to comply with them. MARGE reserves the right to amend this notice at any time. The user therefore agrees to consult it on a regular basis.
In the event that you access www.marge.eu from a country other than France, you agree to also comply with applicable local legislation.
Content of the website
The information provided on www.marge.eu is for information purposes only. MARGE is unable to guarantee that the information published on the website is accurate, complete or current. It cannot exempt the user from further appropriate analysis.
Therefore, MARGE cannot be held liable for errors, omissions or a lack of availability of information and services.
Consequently, the user accepts that he/she is solely responsible when using this information.
MARGE cannot be held liable for any direct or indirect damage which may result from the access to or use of www.marge.eu, including but not limited to inaccessibility, loss of data, and/or virus presence on the site.
Management of the personal data
You can browse the site without providing any personal information.
In all cases marge.eu undertakes to respect your privacy.
The personal data collected by marge.eu is intended for internal use only. Under no circumstances will this data be communicated or sold to third parties.
In accordance with French legislation, you have the right to access, modify, rectify and delete data concerning you.
We would like to inform you that the site automatically collects connection data (type of browser, screen resolution, etc.) for optimisation purposes. This information is not passed on to third parties under any circumstances. Only marge.eu will be able to analyse it.
During your visits, you are informed that a cookie may be automatically installed on your browser. This is a block of data which is not used for identification purposes but which is used to record information relating to your browsing on the website. It enables analyses of visitor numbers and audience measurement, among other things, in order to improve the quality of the website.
See “COOKIES” notice.
The logo, the general structure, software, texts, images, videos, sounds, know-how and activities, and more generally all the information and content contained on www.marge.eu, are the property of MARGE or are subject to a right of use. These items are subject to legislation that protects copyrights.
Any total or partial representation, modification, reproduction or distortion of all or part of the website or its content, by any process whatsoever, and on any medium whatsoever, constitutes an infringement punishable by Articles L 335-2 et seq. of the French Intellectual Property Code.
In the event that you wish to use any of the website content (text, image, etc.), you must obtain prior express written consent from MARGE by writing to the address indicated in the “Terms and Conditions” section.
The links to external websites on www.marge.eu website have been the subject of prior express consent.
However, as MARGE is not the publisher of these websites, it cannot control their content. Therefore, MARGE may not be held liable, under any circumstances, for the content of the websites accessible in this manner, or for any collection and transmission of personal data, installation of cookies or any other process with the same purpose carried out by these websites.
You may not set up a hyperlink to www.marge.eu without the prior express written consent of MARGE. Requests must be sent to the person responsible for the publication of the site.
The law applicable to is French law. Most of the online content and services on is available in French and English. In the event of any dispute, the French text will prevail.