Terms of use

Acceptance of the conditions of use – This website (the “Site”) is operated by Langlois Lawyers LLP (“Langlois Lawyers”).

By accessing and using this Site, you agree to comply with the following terms and conditions of use as well as the Langlois Lawyers Privacy Policy (collectively, the “Terms and Conditions”). These Terms and Conditions may be modified at any time. If you do not agree to each of the Terms and Conditions, you are not authorized to access and use the Site and you must immediately discontinue use.

We may restrict or prohibit your access to the Site at our sole discretion, at any time and without notice.

Notice – The content of the Site is provided for informational purposes only and is not intended to present the complete state of the law on a given legal issue. It is current as of the date of its initial publication but may cease to be current due to the passage of time, legislative changes or court decisions.

Absence of legal relationship – Use of the Site and the information it contains does not create a lawyer-client relationship between you and Langlois Lawyers or one of its representatives nor any professional-client or fiduciary relationship. The Site or the availability of its content does not in any way suggest that a member of the Langlois Lawyers staff practises the profession in a territory other than that in which he or she is qualified to practice.

Absence of legal advice – The content of the Site or any communication resulting from its use cannot be considered and must not be interpreted as an opinion or legal advice from Langlois Lawyers.

Non-confidential communications – Langlois Lawyers does not guarantee the security or confidentiality of your communications by email or other means offered by the Site. If you wish to provide confidential or sensitive information to Langlois Lawyers staff, please contact a lawyer or other professional directly by telephone.

Exclusion of warranty and exemption from liability – Langlois Lawyers makes no guarantee as to the accuracy, relevance, or reliability of the content of the Site, nor with regard to errors or omissions that it may contain. Langlois Lawyers cannot be held liable for any liability whatsoever regarding the Site or its content.

Use of the Site – You may not use the Site for commercial or resale purposes.

Ownership and copyright – The Site and all of its content are protected by copyright and may not be reproduced or adapted for commercial purposes in any form without the prior written consent of Langlois Lawyers. Your access to the Site and its use do not grant you any rights over its content.

Trademarks – Langlois Lawyers and the Langlois Lawyers logo are registered trademarks and are the property of Langlois Lawyers LLP.

If you wish to use images, photos, logos or texts from the Site, you must request authorization from info@langlois.ca. This email is protected from spambots, and your browser must support JavaScript to view it before use.

Links to Other Sites – The Site may include links or references to websites or materials published by third parties (“Other Sites”) for convenience or information purposes. Langlois Lawyers is in no way responsible for other sites or their activities, products, services, or content and has no control over them; you access these other sites at your own risk. We also reserve the right to require the removal, deactivation, or deletion of hypertext links to our Site.

Prohibited activities – You are prohibited from accessing the Site or using the Site or the content of the Site in any manner or for any unlawful purpose.

Risks you assume – You access and use the Site and download its content at your own risk. Langlois Lawyers does not guarantee that the Site or the content of the Site is free of viruses, computer worms, Trojan horses or other codes likely to cause harmful consequences.

Protection of personal information – Langlois Lawyers respects your right to protection of personal information, in accordance with the laws of Québec and Canada on the protection of privacy.

Langlois Lawyers may collect personal information about you in the context of your use of the Site, when you communicate by email with us or when you subscribe to one of our publications. This information will only be accessible to personnel of Langlois Lawyers or its information technology suppliers and will be used exclusively to provide you with the services or information you have requested from us, inform you about special events or send you information that may be of interest to you. We will not disclose any of your personal information to third parties without your consent. You can withdraw your consent to the use of your personal information at any time and you can request its deletion in accordance with the Terms and Conditions and conditions provided by law.

If you have any questions about how we process your personal information, or if you wish to make a request for rectification, deletion or communication of your personal information, please contact the Personal Information Protection Officer of Langlois Lawyers at prp@langlois.ca.

Applicable law – These terms and conditions, your access to and use of the Site, as well as any related matters, are governed by the laws applicable in Québec. Any dispute relating to these must be submitted to the competent Québec judicial court in the judicial district of Québec.

Contacts – The confidentiality of electronic communications through the Site cannot be guaranteed. In the event that you need to communicate with us or send us documents urgently, please call us or use an encryption method.

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