General Terms and Conditions of Use
These general conditions of use (hereinafter the “T & C”) are intended to govern the conditions of use of the site www.hit-air.ch (the “Site”) published by Katexa Ltd, a public limited company based in Switzerland and registered under CHE-114.531.304 (“Katexa Ltd”), as well as the offer and purchase of the latter’s products and services, available on the website. hit-air is operated in Switzerland by Katexa Ltd. The head office of Katexa Ltd is located at Place de la Croix-Blanche 23, 1066 Epalinges, Vaud, Switzerland. The hit-air brand and the related products are operated by Katexa Sàrl hereinafter referred to as “Katexa”.
Agreement and acceptance
By browsing the Site, the User (the “User”) accepts the T & Cs of the Site and its documentation. If the user does not accept the T & Cs, he should not use the website. These general conditions can be modified by Katexa at any time, without notice, in order to take into account the developments of the website and the changes to the applicable regulations. The new version of the T & Cs will be provided on the website. The user is encouraged to read them regularly.
The purpose of the website is to provide information on the activities, products and services of hit-air. It allows the purchase of products intended for personal safety. The user must accept the General Conditions of Sale in order to purchase products from the website. In addition, the Site allows the User to obtain information, technical support and guides concerning the various hit-air products. The site offers interactive features such as newsletters, a blog and a forum (the “Forum”).
Likewise, users agree not to:
All elements of the website, their design, selection, presentation and organization are protected by intellectual property rights belonging to the Katexa and hit-air brands. The trademarks, domain names, acronyms, logos, designs and other elements appearing on the Site are the exclusive property of Katexa Ltd. Users are further informed that the use of the Katexa brand in a domain name is strictly prohibited. The use of the Katexa and / or hit-air trademarks in a domain name may result in legal action. Use of the Site does not transfer any intellectual property rights, including those relating to its content, the Katexa brand or the software.
To find out more about the personal data that we collect and use, the user is invited to read the personal data protection policy on the use of the website. For more information please see our “Privacy and Security Policy” page.
The website may contain hyperlinks to redirect the user to third party websites, including websites of agencies or partners, or to social networks. Katexa declines any responsibility for the websites to which these links lead, because Katexa has no control over the various websites of third parties.
Katexa reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to terminate the User’s participation in the Forum at any time and without notice, and to remove any Forum contribution when a User has posted inappropriate content that violates Article 3 of these T&C. Users can notify Katexa of any illegal content or behavior.
Responsibility and guarantee Katexa
Katexa will do her best to make the site accessible 24/7. Katexa may at any time suspend, restrict or interrupt access to the website or to certain pages thereof in order to carry out updates, modification of the content and any other action deemed necessary to ensure the proper functioning. of the site. The unavailability of the Site for any reason whatsoever will not give rise to any compensation for the User. Katexa is only responsible for the content that it has posted itself. Katexa cannot be held responsible for any damage or loss suffered by the user when accessing and using the Site.
More generally, Katexa cannot be held responsible for:
By using our site, you implicitly agree to our terms and conditions of use.
These T & Cs are subject to Swiss law. Any dispute arising from the application of these T & Cs which cannot be resolved amicably will be brought before the Swiss Commercial Court.