This site, www.citelum.com.au (the “Site”), and these Terms and Conditions of Use (the “Terms and Conditions”) are governed by Australian. The Site and the Terms and Conditions have been drafted English. In any dispute, the Australian version will prevail. Any litigation will be heard solely by the courts of competent jurisdiction of Australia.
Citelum reserves the right to amend these Terms and Conditions at any time. We recommend checking them regularly.
The Site provides information about the Citelum subsidiaries Citelum Australia
This Site is the property of, and is published by, Citelum Australia:
A French stock corporation in société anonyme form, capitalized at €40,484,500 and entered in the Paris Commercial and Companies Register under No. B 389 643 859.
Registered office: 635 Cantebury Road Surrey Hills
Telephone: 1300 CITELUM (248 358)
Website Manager: Adam Carey firstname.lastname@example.org
The Site is hosted by:
Omnific Design Pty Ltd
2.1. The information on this Site is indicative and provided for information only. The Site may also contain inaccuracies or typographical errors.
Therefore Citelum and its subsidiaries, their management, and their employees cannot warrant that the information on this Site is accurate, complete, or current.
The Site is regularly revised and updated. Citelum reserves the right to make any amendment, correction, or change at any time.
Citelum and its subsidiaries disclaim all liability for direct or indirect loss, damage, or injury that may result from accessing or using the Site, including, without limitation, unavailability, lost data, lost profits, fraudulent intrusions [ 1] by third parties changing the information provided on the Site, and/or the presence of viruses on the Site or associated with the use or operation of this Site and its contents.
Any dated information published on the Site is valid for the specified date only.
2.2. The Site allows access (via links, advertising banners, and other media) to other sites, which may or may not belong to Citelum subsidiaries and may have Legal Notices of their own. These notices should be read and observed.
Such sites are independent from this Site, which belongs to Citelum.
Links to these sites do not imply that Citelum approves, validates, agrees with, or endorses the sites’ content, or that there is any association between Citelum and the owners, authors, designers, or hosts of these sites.
Therefore, Citelum disclaims any liability for the content, products, services, advertising, cookies, changes, updates, or any other aspects of these sites, as well as for all loss or damage, whether actual or alleged, consequent upon or related to the use of the information, services or data available on these sites.
2.3. Citelum is not liable for the hypertext links that lead to this Site, and forbids any establishment of hypertext links to this Site without Citelum’s express prior written consent. Requests should be addressed to the Website Manager.
2.4. Brands and marks, product names, service names, domain names, and names of other companies appearing on this Site are wholly and entirely the property of their respective holders.
The appearance of links, brands, marks, names, services, domain names, and names of other companies does not imply the existence of any association whatsoever between Citelum or its subsidiaries and these companies, products or services, brands, marks, or names.
2.5. This Site distributes, in the form of videos or articles, first-hand accounts, analyses, graphics, interviews, and reports in compliance with copyright (image rights and author’s rights) as described in Item 3 of this Legal Notice. The authors alone, and not Citelum, are responsible for the content of these videos and articles.
Any person whose image and/or words are used on this Site as part of first-hand accounts, analyses, graphics, interviews, or reports, has been informed in advance that his or her image and/or words will be used, and has given his or her prior express written consent to Citelum for any type of medium.
This Site is governed in full by French laws on copyright (author’s rights), trademark rights, and intellectual property in general.
The constituent elements of this Site (the “Content”) are the property of Citelum and/or its subsidiaries and/or its technical service providers. Citelum does not grant any license for use or any right other than the right to visit this Site. The Content is protected by applicable legislation on copyright (author’s rights), trademark rights, registered design and utility model rights, and unfair competition.
The Content includes, but is not limited to: the Site’s architecture, text, photographs, illustrations, software, overall graphic design (including colors, type fonts, and screen layout), images, databases, sound elements, fixed or animated graphics, downloadable programs, and in general, all information and other components available on the Site.
The Citelum marks and logos and/or those of its subsidiaries that appear on the Site are registered marks and logos.
If a user wishes to use parts of the Content of the Site (text, images, etc.), prior express written authorization must be obtained from Citelum by writing to the following address:
Citelum never requires users to provide personal information (name, address, e-mail, profession, etc.). However, users may be asked to provide certain personal information, particularly if they wish to receive certain data or documents.
Personal information or data furnished by users must be accurate, lawful, and without harm to the interests of others.
Personal data communicated to Citelum are intended solely for use by Citelum, which is responsible for its processing and storage. These data will not be communicated to third parties, except for third parties who host the Site or are involved in its Content or management. These third parties are required to keep the data confidential, and may not in any case use it for any purpose other than the operation or management of the Site.
Citelum will take every reasonable measure within its power to maintain the confidentiality of these personal data.