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Legal Notice

The Platform Editor is ICARE, a simplified joint-stock company with a capital of 733 720 euros, registered with the Nîmes Trade and Companies Register under number 890 072 556, whose registered office is at 5 rue de la Confiance, 30240 Port Camargue.

ICARE can be reached at the email address and at the telephone number +33 (0)1 89 71 12 68.

Intra-community VAT number: FR31890072556

The site is hosted by Wix, 40 Tel Aviv Port / 63506 Tel Aviv Jaffa / Israel, Siren No. 808 452 825, Siret No. (head office) 80845282500017.

The director of publication is Mr. Jean-Baptiste Dhuiege. 

Graphic design and web design were produced by Creative Obsession, Florence Vironneau, Graphic Designer/Artistic Director, / Maison des Artistes affiliation number: V084068 - APE code 9003 A, Siret number 40281985800091. Photo and images: Icare, Wix, iStock.


General conditions of use 

1/ Preamble

The website  (hereinafter the "Site") is published by ICARE, a simplified joint stock company with a share capital of 733 720 euros, whose registered office is located at 5 rue de la Confiance, 30240 Port Camargue, registered in the Nîmes Trade and Companies Register under number 890 072 556 (hereinafter "ICARE", the "Publisher", "We", "Us", "Our").

The purpose of these terms and conditions of use (hereinafter the "TOU") is to govern the use of the Site by any user (hereinafter referred to as "User", "You", "Your", "Yours").

User and ICARE shall hereinafter be referred to individually or collectively as the "Party or Parties.


2/ Acceptance or modification

The present GCU apply to any visit of the Site by the Users. By accessing or using the contents or services of the Site, the User confirms that he/she adheres to these GCU having contractual value and that he/she has the capacity to accept them.

If You are a minor User, You must first obtain the authorization of the holder of parental authority and his acceptance of these GCU. The holder of parental authority is responsible for the minor's compliance with these TOU.

We reserve the right to modify at any time the present GTU, the applicable version being the one appearing on the Site at the date of access by the User. We take all possible measures to keep our Site as accurate and up-to-date as possible.


3/ Purpose

The Site is accessible without installation and from an Internet browser, on computers, mobiles and tablets, at the following address:

ICARE specializes in the publishing of SaaS rental management software for property managers, particularly in the management of concierge services. 

The purpose of the Site is to present the activity, products and services provided by ICARE. It allows Users interested in these products and services to contact ICARE by means of a dedicated contact form.

ICARE makes every effort to keep the information on its Site up to date, especially information about its products and services. However, the information on the Site is not contractual and is not binding on ICARE.

In the event of any contradiction between the information on the Site and the information contained in the contract concluded between ICARE and the User, only the contract will be binding. The User may not rely on the information on the Site, which is provided for information purposes only.


4/ Availability and security of the Site

We do our utmost to ensure the proper functioning and security of the Site.

The Site is in principle accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, except in the event of interruption, whether scheduled or not, for the purposes of maintenance, due to a third party, a cut or interruption in the Internet network, a natural disaster, a pandemic or any case of force majeure within the meaning of Article 1218 of the Civil Code and case law. We will take all reasonable measures to limit the impact of maintenance operations on the accessibility of the Site.

We implement the security measures required in view of the nature of the data processed and the state of the art, but we cannot guarantee that the Site is free of viruses or malfunctions.


5/ Intellectual Property

The User is granted a limited right to access, use and display the Site and its contents.

The general structure of the Site as well as the texts, codes, databases, graphics, images, sounds and videos that make up the Site are the exclusive property of ICARE, its partners, or Users who have made their contribution in the space reserved for them, where applicable.

Any representation or reproduction, even partial, of the elements contained on the Site without the prior written authorization of ICARE or its partners is strictly forbidden and may constitute an infringement of copyright under articles L. 335-2 et seq. of the French Intellectual Property Code.

Any exploitation, whether commercial or free of charge, other than within the framework of the legal exceptions provided for by the provisions of article L. 122-4 of the Intellectual Property Code is also prohibited and likely to constitute an infringement.

Any unauthorized extraction of elements from the Site's databases will result in legal action on the basis of copyright, the sui generis right of the database producer, or unfair competition law.

The sign "ICARE" is protected by trademark law. Any use of ICARE's trademarks or distinctive signs for identical, similar or complementary products and services constitutes an infringement that may lead to civil or criminal liability on the part of the perpetrator, or, failing this, an act of unfair competition.

6/ Personal data

We collect and process personal data provided by the User when visiting or using the Site. We assure Users that we attach the greatest importance to the protection of personal data and privacy. We undertake to always communicate clearly and transparently on this point, in accordance with the applicable regulations and in particular with the EU Regulation 2016/679 known as the "General Data Protection Regulation" (GDPR) of 25 May 2016.

We invite Users to consult Our Privacy Policy in order to have more details on the processing of their personal data.


7/ Responsibility

Use of the Site is at the User's own risk. ICARE makes every effort to ensure that the Site is state-of-the-art and secure, but cannot guarantee that it is free of viruses or bugs. We therefore decline all responsibility that may result, in a non-limitative way, from possible malfunctions, interruptions, computer viruses, defects or even elements that disrupt the proper use of the Site.

Our responsibility will not be engaged in case of unavailability of the Site resulting from a third party, a cut or interruption of the Internet network, a natural disaster, a pandemic or any case of force majeure within the meaning of Article 1218 of the Civil Code and the case law.

We shall not be liable for any damage, material or immaterial, direct or indirect, caused by a case of force majeure or by an unforeseeable and insurmountable act of a third party. 

We reserve the right to modify or delete the Site, or to interrupt or restrict access to it, without incurring any liability.


8/ Complaints

If You have a complaint, You may contact ICARE using the contact form provided on the Site, or at the following address:


9/ Miscellaneous

      9.1 - Severability of clauses

If one or more provisions of the TOU are held invalid by any law or regulation, or declared as such by a final decision of a court of competent jurisdiction, they shall be deemed unwritten, and the remaining provisions shall retain their full force and effect, unless the invalidity affects an essential provision of the General Terms.

        9.2 - Interpretation

The titles given to the sections and sub-sections are for convenience only and shall not be used to interpret the provisions of the General Terms.


10/ Applicable Law

These General Terms are governed by French law.


11/ Settlement of disputes

In the event of a dispute relating to the validity, interpretation and execution of the GTU, the Parties agree to seek an amicable solution in good faith before initiating any legal action.

In the absence of amicable resolution of the disputes, the French courts will have jurisdiction to hear the case.

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