General Conditions of Use
This site is the official website of the Association Friends of the Valloire Baroque Festival which organizes the Valloire Baroque Festival. Under the law of June 21, 2004 entitled “law for confidence in the digital economy”, the Association Friends of the Valloire Baroque Festival publishes the identity of the actors involved on the site www.festivalvalloirebaroque.com.
The site www.festivalvalloirebaroque.com is published by: Association Friends of the Valloire Baroque Festival, 116 rue de la Traverse, 73450 Valloire.
The Association Friends of the Valloire Baroque Festival is an association, declared in the Prefecture of Savoie and registered in the National Directory of Associations under number W733000276.
Publication director: Association Friends of the Valloire Baroque Festival
Webmaster: Association Friends of the Valloire Baroque Festival
The site www.festivalvalloirebaroque.com is hosted by Le Village.
This site is the entire and exclusive property of the Association Friends of the Valloire Baroque Festival.
Any reproduction of the site, even partial, is strictly prohibited, without express authorization from the Association Friends of the Valloire Baroque Festival.
Access and use of the site
Use of the site www.festivalvalloirebaroque.com is conditional on full acceptance of the T&Cs described herein.
The site is permanently accessible to any visitor. Service interruptions may occasionally disrupt access to the site www.festivalvalloirebaroque.com. The user will not be able to claim damage and will not be able to claim any compensation.
The Friends of the Valloire Baroque Festival Association is not responsible for and has no control over the content of websites with a link to its site www.festivalvalloirebaroque.com.
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Updating legal notices and general conditions of use
The Association Friends of the Valloire Baroque Festival reserves the right to modify the legal notices and the General Conditions of Use (CGU) of the site at any time. Consequently, the Association Amis du Festival Valloire baroque invites users to consult them regularly to become familiar with them.
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