General Conditions of Use of Tunisian Apparel Website

Article 1  : Object

These General Terms and Conditions of Use legally govern the use of the services of the Tunisianapparel website (hereinafter referred to as the "website").

Access to the website must be preceded by the acceptance of the following Terms and Conditions which constitutes the contract between the User and the company CMK. Access to this platform signifies acceptance of these Conditions Terms and Conditions.

Article 2  : Legal Notices

Edition of the Tunisianapparel website is carried out by the CMK company registered under the commercial number B1337942007 and whose registered office is located in the Z.I Cité Elkhadhra, 1200 Kasserine, TUNISIA.

Article 3  : Access to Website 

The Tunisianapparel website provides free access to the presentation of the company CMK. It doesn't doesn't provide any shopping service.

The website is accessible free of charge from anywhere by any user with Internet access. All necessary fees for access to services (computer equipment, Internet connection, etc.) are the responsibility of the user.

For maintenance or other reasons, access to the website may be interrupted or suspended by the publisher without notice or justification.

Article 4  : Data Collection

To allow contacting us, the collection of information when filling out the form on the website is necessary and mandatory. CMK is committed to the collection and processing of personal information in a manner that respects privacy.

Article 5  : Intellectual Property

The trademarks, logos and the contents of the Tunisianapparel website (graphic illustrations, texts...) are protected by Intellectual Property Code and by Copyright.
Reproduction and copying of the content by the User requires prior authorization from the website. In this case, any use for commercial or advertising purposes is prohibited.

Article 6  : Responsability

Although the information published on the website is considered reliable, the website reserves the right of non guarantee on the reliability of the sources.

The information provided on the Tunisianapparel website is purely informative and has no contractual value. In spite of regular updates, the responsibility of the website cannot be engaged in case of modification of the administrative and legal provisions appearing after the publication. The same applies to the use and interpretation of the information provided on the platform.

The website disclaims all responsibility for any viruses that may infect the User's computer equipment after use or access to this website.

The website cannot be held responsible in case of major force or the unpredictable and insurmountable fact of a third party.

The complete guarantee of data security and confidentiality is not guaranteed by the website. However, the website undertakes to implement all the required methods to do it best.

Article 7  : Hypertext Links

The website may include hypertext links. By clicking on these, the User will leave the platform. The latter has no control and cannot be held responsible for the content of the web pages relating to these links.

Article 8  : Cookies

During website visits, the automatic installation of a cookie on the User's navigation software may occur.

Cookies correspond to small files temporarily placed on the User's computer hard drive. These cookies are necessary to ensure accessibility and navigation on the website. These files do not contain personal information and cannot be used to identify an individual.

The information in the cookies is used to improve the browsing performance on the Tunisianapparel.co website.

By browsing the website, the User accepts cookies. Their deactivation can be done via the settings of the navigation software.

Article 9  : Duration of Contract

This contract is valid from 01/01/2020 for an indefinite period. The beginning of the use of the services of the website marks the application of the contract to the User.

Article 10  : Applicable Law and Jurisdiction 

This contract is subject to Tunisian legislation. The absence of amicable resolution of the cases of dispute between the parties implies recourse to the Tunisian courts to settle the dispute.