Termes et conditions
Les termes et conditions suivants sont nécessaires pour protéger le client et le concepteur au cours de leur relation de travail.

Article #1 – Objet du contrat

Le contrat a pour objet de définir les conditions selon lesquelles le Concepteur, à la demande du Client, accomplira les services tel que décrits dans la soumission.

Article #2 - Durée et déroulement de l'entente

L’objectif du contrat est de définir les conditions dans lesquelles le concepteur, à la demande du client, réalisera le projet tel que décrit dans le contrat de conception.

2.1 Durée du contrat

L’exécution des services demandés et de la rémunération applicable se fera par le biais de paiements mensuels égaux selon le plan choisi (base, premium, platine). Un engagement de 24 mois est obligatoire afin de couvrir les frais de conception du site web. Par la suite, le client peu décider de maintenir son abonnement de maintenance mensuelle ou de résilier. Le client devient officiellement propriétaire de son site internet après les 24 premiers mois.

2.2 Prestation sur réception et paiement

Le Concepteur s’engage d’effectuer les tâches énoncées dans le contrat sur réception du paiement mensuel. S’il y a retard sur le paiement, des frais de 10% par mois concerné seront facturés. Si le retard s’étale sur plus de 3 mois consécutifs, l’ensemble du site web sera temporairement suspendu jusqu’au paiement de la somme due.

Article #3 – Prestation du concepteur

3.1 Services conformes à la soumission

Le Concepteur réalisera les prestations selon les conditions définies dans la soumission.

3.2 Collaboration du Client

Le Client se doit de collaborer activement avec le Concepteur en vue d’assurer la bonne exécution de l’entente, notamment en y allouant les moyens et le personnel nécessaires et en répondant promptement aux interrogations du Concepteur afin que celui-ci puisse accomplir ses obligations telles que définies dans la soumission. Le Client devra fournir diligemment et promptement au Concepteur toutes les informations et tous les documents nécessaires à la réalisation du service décrit dans la soumission et tout autre document ou information qui lui seront demandés par le Concepteur.

3.3 Travaux additionnels

Les travaux demandés par le Client ne rentrant pas dans le cadre des prestations définies dans le contrat et la soumission feront l’objet d’une soumission supplémentaire qui ne sera exécuté qu’après accord des deux parties.

Article #4 – Responsabilité du Concepteur

4.1 Template Objectives

The Designer only guarantees delivery of the templates requested as per the attached Design Agreement. The Designer will achieve this goal by providing technology best suited for the Client’s expressed needs which will result in a template that reflects proper industry standards.

4.2 Collaborator Contributions

It is acknowledged that the Designer will be acting as an intermediary between the Client and any collaborators responsible for the completion of this project. The Designer cannot be held responsible for any resulting damages that may occur from the choices, actions or deeds performed by these contributors.

Furthermore, the Designer reserves the right to invoice for extra charges any additional work required as a result of any choices, actions or deeds performed by these collaborators.

Clause 5 – Client Responsibility

5.1 Content of finished product

The Client is solely responsible for all content that comprises the template created by the Designer for the Client whereby said content is to be inspected and approved by the Client upon receipt of each stage of production. The Client is responsible for providing pertinent information and guarantees its quality as it conforms to applicable legislation.

5.2 Client Guarantee of Copyright

The Client is solely responsible for securing any copyright on materials provided to the Designer for creation of the template. The Client is solely responsible for any copyrighting violations that may result from the Designer performing the required tasks. The Client will bear sole responsibility for any damages and resulting legal actions brought against the Designer following a copyright violation, namely:

  • All convictions, financial or otherwise, incurred by the Designer.
  • All related costs, legal or otherwise, notably lawyers’ fees
  • All related damages, material or psychological, sustained by the Developer
  • All resulting settlements with collaborators concerning a copyright violation as a result of the Designer performing the required tasks.

Clause 6 – Property Rights

6.1 Property of materials provided by the Client

All documentation and information provided by the Client regardless of nature or form (notably HTML pages, image files, audio, video, etc.) remains the property of the Client, subject to retention rights of the Designer as stated in Clause 8.2.

6.2 Property of Templates created by the Designer

The templates created by the Designer for the Client remain the property of the Designer until final payment is received for the full amount of the invoice pertaining to the attached Design Agreement. Upon receipt of full payment, all templates chosen and approved by the Client become said Client’s property.

Specifically, it is understood between both parties that, upon full payment of the sum indicated in the “Offer Agreement” for this document, the Client will assume sole ownership of all rights, titles and interests, including copyrights, belonging to each template created by the Designer and accepted by the Client.

Subsequently, the Designer provides a guarantee to the Client that, subject to any copyright violations that may result from materials received from the Client, as stated in Clause 5.2 of this document, the templates created by the Designer and accepted by the client are originals and do not infringe on any third party copyrights. Subsequently, the Designer agrees to compensate the Client for any complaints or damages resulting from all aforementioned violations, including legal fees or otherwise, incurred by the Client, notably, lawyer’s fees.

6.3 Property of Rejected Templates

Templates created by the Designer which are rejected by the Client remain the property of the Designer.

6.4 Designer’s Portfolio

The Designer reserves the right to use the templates created for the Client for promotional purposes, subject to prior written consent from the Client, whereby said consent will not be withheld without just cause.

6.5 Source Files

Unless otherwise stated in the attached Design Agreement, all source files used to create and produce the templates remain the property of the Designer. File extensions for source files include but are not limited to: .AI, .PSD, .INDD.

Clause 7 – Confidentiality

All parties bound by this contract agree to undertake an oath of confidentiality throughout the duration of this contract and after its expiry with regards to all documents, systems, logistics and expertise originating from collaborators bound by this contract and not to utilize any of these for purposes not related to this contract.

Clause 8 – Financial Conditions

8.1 Payment per stage

The Designer will be remunerated according to the method agreed upon as described in the attached Designer Agreement.

8.2 Designer’s right to withhold

The Designer reserves the right to withhold all templates for which he has not been remunerated in accordance with the terms as stated in the attached Designer’s Agreement.