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The general conditions of service described below detail the rights and obligations between JARNET-NOMEDE Maëva “Just Feyoncé”, domiciled at 5 Rue de la Plaine 57000 Metz registered in the Metz trade register, Siret number: 917 562 829 000 15, referred to here as “the Service Provider” selling the services defined below, and on the other hand the natural or legal person, referred to here as “the Client”, purchasing one or more of these services through the intermediary of a contract as defined herein. 

These general conditions apply to all services carried out exclusively by Just Feyoncé. These general conditions are sent to the Customer at the same time as the quote to enable them to make their reservation. Any reservation therefore implies full and unreserved acceptance by the Customer of these conditions. In the event of a contradiction between the specific conditions appearing in the quote signed by the Customer and those appearing in these general conditions, only the provisions of the quote are applicable. These general conditions, the descriptive estimate and, where applicable, the annexes hereinafter referred to together as “the contract”, are intended to define the terms and conditions under which the Client reserves and entrusts Just Feyoncé with the total or partial organization of the event mentioned in the quote. In the event of use of service providers presented by Just Feyoncé, they will inform the Customer of their respective general conditions when establishing their quote, in particular the terms of reservation of the service, the deposits to be paid, etc.

Article 1: object
Just Feyoncé is an event organization agency, which supports couples in the organization and orchestration of their wedding or civil partnership party.
The agency offers the following services: 
Total organization
D-Day Coordination
Organization of private events
The Client may call upon the Service Provider for one or more of the services offered, however the Client will engage personally and contractually with the service providers involved in the event. In order to enable the Service Provider to carry out the mission entrusted to it, the Client undertakes to collaborate in good faith, and in particular to provide any necessary assistance, by transmitting all useful information and by providing an answer to the Service Provider's questions. As part of its mission, the Service Provider will provide the Client with the necessary skills and will ensure its best efforts.

Article 2. Contract
The quote supplemented by these general conditions of service constitutes a contract proposal for which the Client, or his possible agent for himself, expressly declares to have the power, authority and capacity necessary for its conclusion and execution of its obligations. This contract proposal is valid for 3 months from the date of sending or presentation to the customer. After this period, the prices appearing therein may be modified and a new quote will be established by the Service Provider. The contract is formed and both parties are bound, upon receipt by the Service Provider of the quote duly dated and signed by the client, marked “Good for agreement” and a copy of these duly initialed and marked “Read and approved.” The quote is inseparable from the general conditions. Acceptance of this quote implies full and unreserved acceptance by the customer of the general conditions. The contract is governed, interpreted and executed in accordance with French law.

Article 3. Withdrawal period
In accordance with the provisions of Article L221-18 et seq. of the Consumer Code, and in the case of a distance sale to a non-professional, the customer has the option of canceling the contract by registered letter with acknowledgment of receipt. within 14 days from the formation of the contract. If this period normally expires on a Saturday, Sunday or public holiday, it is extended until the first following working day. Before the expiry of the withdrawal period provided for in article L221-18, the Client cannot demand or obtain from the Service Provider, directly or indirectly, in any capacity or in any form whatsoever, any consideration or any commitment or make provision of services of any nature whatsoever.

Article 4. Fees and payment terms
To be taken into account, any reservation of the Service(s) of the Service Provider must be accompanied by the payment of a first deposit and as shown in the quote. Payment for services is made exclusively in euros, regardless of the Customer's nationality or country of residence. :
- Either by transfer to the bank details provided by the Service Provider
- Either by check payable to Just Feyoncé Payment for services is spread as follows (unless the quote mentions other terms):
A deposit of 30% of the total amount to be paid upon signing the contract.  
A second deposit of 40% of the total amount, at the latest, 3 months before the date of the event.  
The total balance must be paid by the Customer, on the day MAXIMUM by check or cash.
The reservation is acquired after receipt and effective collection of the first deposit. The Customer will thus receive an acknowledgment confirming the validation of the reservation of the Service(s) of the Service Provider. In the absence of effective payment of the first deposit, the reservation is automatically canceled and Just Feyoncé is immediately released from all obligations towards the Client.
If the Client pays the first deposit without sending the signed contract, it will be considered to have been accepted by the Client. If the Customer sends the signed contract without making payment, it will be considered to have been accepted. 

Travel costs are invoiced in addition to the services when the event takes place more than 40km away. Travel costs are calculated according to the mileage scale in force published each year by the Directorate General of Taxes.

Accommodation and meal costs will be charged in addition to the services when the event takes place beyond 40km.

Article 5. Cancellation
In the event of late payment, Just Feyoncé will apply a fixed compensation for recovery costs of €40 according to article L.441-3 of the commercial code. All cases of withdrawal or cancellation due to the customer outside the withdrawal period, whatever the causes excluding causes resulting from force majeure, immediately release the Service Provider from any obligation towards the customer who will not be able to claim either the postponement of the event to another date or the reimbursement of sums already paid. These are kept by the Service Provider as irreducible contractual compensation for termination. In the event of cancellation due to the Customer, whatever the causes excluding causes resulting from force majeure, less than 3 months before the event, all fees will be due.

Article 6. Payment deadlines
Invoices are payable in cash upon receipt of the invoice by the Customer.

Article 7. Discount conditions
No discount is granted in the event of early payment.

Article 8. Termination clause
If within 15 working days following a reminder by registered letter with acknowledgment of receipt – serving as formal notice – for a late payment with or without late payment penalties, the Customer has not paid the remaining amounts due, the The contract is automatically terminated and the Service Provider is immediately released from all obligations towards the Client. The deadline runs from the first presentation of the letter.

Article 9. Progress of the mission – Obligations of the Service Provider
The Service Provider's mission will begin on the day the reservation is validated and will end on the evening of the event or, in the case of the Service Provider Search service, at the time when the service provider or solution proposed by the Service Provider is accepted by the Service Provider. Customer. This is not a full-time service. The Service Provider will make available to the Client all the means it deems necessary to accomplish its mission. Certain means may generate additional financial costs. If the Client refuses to pay this additional fee, the Service Provider cannot be held responsible in the event that the announced quality of the service is not respected. The Service Provider is obliged to inform the customer as soon as possible in the event of the occurrence of a force majeure event preventing it from performing all or part of its contractual obligations. The location of the service will be open at least two and a half hours before the start of the celebration, the deadline will be extended to one day in the case of decoration services.

Article 10. Customer obligations
The Client has an obligation of loyalty with the Service Provider in order to enable him to advise and serve him as best as possible. The Client is required to hold, in his own name or by delegation, valid civil liability or professional civil liability insurance; consequently, the Client undertakes to waive and cause its participants or insurers to waive any recourse against the Service Provider in the event of the occurrence of any fact cited in Article 12 hereof. The Client is obliged to inform the Service Provider as soon as possible in the event of the occurrence of a force majeure event preventing it from performing all or part of its contractual obligations.

Article 11. Guarantees
Given the type of services offered by Just Feyoncé, the Service Provider is subject to an obligation of means. The Service Provider undertakes to keep the Client informed of the progress of the service by regularly providing a report by email, telephone, video conference or in person. In the event that the Service Provider cannot fulfill its commitments, it undertakes to offer an equivalent solution to the Client. In the event that a satisfactory solution is not found, the Service Provider will be required to reimburse the service.

Article 12. Responsibilities
The liability of each party is limited to the commitments entered into by them under the terms of the contract; consequently, the Service Provider cannot be held liable in particular in the event of direct or indirect damage linked to the intervention outside the contract of one or more service providers. When the Service Provider acts as an agent between the Client and the service providers physically carrying out the service, it cannot therefore, under any circumstances, be held responsible for direct or indirect damage linked to the execution of the service provided by the service provider. concerned, which is solely responsible to the Client under its own conditions. The liability of each party cannot be held liable for non-performance or delay in the performance of one of its obligations described in these general conditions of service if the non-performance or delay observed results from a fortuitous event or force majeure as defined in article 13 hereof. Just Feyoncé cannot be held liable in the event of the following facts occurring:
- Theft, loss of funds and valuables belonging to the Client or participants occurring during the event; 
- Bodily or material accidents suffered by the Client or participants during the intervention of one or more service providers intervening under the contract; 
- Blows or injuries that the Client or participants could cause to themselves or others during fights and accidents whether or not resulting from alcoholism or the use of narcotics;
- Damage, direct or indirect, and of any nature whatsoever, likely to affect objects or materials left by the Client or participants during the event
- Damage, direct or indirect, and of any nature whatsoever, that the Client or participants could cause against one or more service providers or their employees intervening under the contract
- Damage caused by the Client or participants to the materials, equipment and/or premises of one or more service providers involved under the contract. Any repairs and reimbursements that may appear necessary following the aforementioned damage will be the sole responsibility of the Customer who undertakes to bear the repair costs. The Service Provider cannot be held responsible for its services accessible via the Internet and does not exercise any control whatsoever over the nature or characteristics of the data which could pass through its server center.

Article 13. Force Majeure / Fortuitous event
A case of force majeure or a fortuitous event is any external event, unforeseeable and irresistible within the meaning of article 1218 of the Civil Code, independent of the will of the Service Provider and obstructing the performance of the services sold, in particular and as a means of Examples include acts of public nuisance, hostilities, wars, natural disasters, fires, floods, blocking of telecommunications, attacks, etc. (This list is not exhaustive).

Article 14. Competent jurisdiction / Applicable law
For all disputes relating to sales made by Just Feyoncé and with a view to the application or interpretation of these general conditions of service, and in the absence of an amicable resolution, only the commercial court and the high court of Metz are responsible. competent. French law is the only applicable law.

Article 15. Publication / Advertising
The Service Provider may reproduce or distribute all or part of the event data in the commercial presentation of its company. Photographs and videos relating to the event, which have been transferred provisionally or definitively by the Client, are considered event data. The Client hereby acknowledges assigning the rights relating to the event data and expressly authorizes their publication on the Internet or on advertising media within the meaning of Article 9 of the Civil Code and associated case law, in particular the right to 'picture. The Client declares to be informed of the provisions of paragraph 1 of this article and to have the possibility of refusing any publication and transfer of data rights of the event by marking “Read and approved, refusal of publication and transfer of right” on the copy hereof contained in the contract.

Article 16. Protection of personal data
The information requested from the customer is necessary for processing the order and carrying out the service and will, where applicable, be communicated to the service provider(s) in charge of carrying out the service. They can also be used to better understand the customer and adapt the Just Feyoncé offer to the customer's needs. In accordance with law n°78-17 of January 6, 1978 relating to data processing, files and freedoms, the processing of personal information collected will be the subject of a declaration received from the Commission Nationale de l'Informatique and Liberties. The customer has the right to access, modify, rectify and delete data concerning him. To exercise this right, the customer must send an email to the following email address or a letter to the address indicated at the top of these general conditions.
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