ORITAGE presents a version of the Cookie Management Policy, automatically translated with the translation engine DeepL ( Only the Cookie Management Policy written in French apply, as indicated in the General Terms and Conditions Sections 9.8, 10.1 and 10.2.

Version 30/09/2020


1.1 Definitions. In general, terms beginning with a capital letter in this Cookie Management Policy shall have the meaning ascribed to them in Art. 1 of the General Terms and Conditions or, failing that, in these Terms and Conditions.
1.2 Relation to the General Terms and Conditions. This Cookie Management Policy applies in addition to the terms and conditions and other documents included in the Contract Documentation, including the Privacy Policy. In the event of any inconsistency between the Terms and Conditions and this Cookie Management Policy, this Cookie Management Policy shall prevail.


2.1 The purpose of this Cookie Management Policy is to inform Users about the nature of the Cookies used by Oritage and certain third parties and their use.
2.2 In the event of disagreement with this Cookie Management Policy, the User may block the use of Cookies from his/her browser. In this case, it is possible that all or part of the Site may be inaccessible or unusable.


3.1  Cookies are the equivalent of a small text file, stored on the User's access terminal to the Site (computer, tablet, telephone, etc...).
3.2 Cookies are deposited by Oritage or by third parties on the terminals used by the User to consult the Site in order to collect information relating to his navigation or to optimize/personalize his experience.


4.1 Oritage Cookies. These are Cookies deposited by Oritage.
4.2 Third-party Cookies. These are Cookies deposited by third parties (e.g. Google).


5.1 Cookies strictly necessary. Some Cookies are necessary for the use of our services. These are mainly Oritage Cookies. These Cookies are used in particular to enable the User to access secure access to the Site.
5.2 Analytical Cookies. Certain Cookies allow Oritage to understand the use that a User makes of the Site and its performance. These are both Oritage Cookies and third party Cookies. These Cookies allow Oritage to recognize and count the number of Users of the Site and to determine how they use the Site. This enables Oritage to improve the Site and the services it offers.
5.3 Functional Cookies. Some Cookies are used to enable the display of personalized content for the User, such as displaying the User's name and storing the User's preferences. These are mainly Oritage Cookies.
5.4 Advertising Cookies. Some Cookies are used to present advertisements that correspond to the User's interests on the Site or outside the Site. These are mainly Cookies from third parties, over which Oritage has no control.


6.1 Users can set up the use of Cookies by choosing at any time to disable the use of all or part of the Cookies of Oritage and/or third parties.
6.2 Cookies are set through each of the terminals used for browsing the Site and in accordance with the procedures given for these platforms in their respective documentation.
6.3 You are reminded that certain Cookies are necessary for the use of certain services (art. 5.1) and that the deactivation of all or part of them may result in the impossibility of accessing or using certain services.
6.4 The deactivation of Analytical Cookies (art. 5.2) has the consequence of preventing the User's browser from sending information to the senders of said Cookies and does not in principle prevent the use of the Site.
6.5 The deactivation of Functional Cookies (art. 5.3) may prevent access to all or part of the services offered by Oritage.
6.6 The deactivation of Advertising Cookies (art. 5.4) has the effect of preventing the presentation of advertising related to the User's areas of interest, but does not affect the display of advertising per se. Thus, the deactivation of this type of Cookies does not prevent the display of advertising and does not in principle prevent the use of the Site.
6.7 Oritage cannot be held liable for the Use of data collected by third parties and/or for Cookies deposited by them. It is up to the User to manage Cookies according to each issuer. For further information regarding third party Cookies, please refer to the Cookie management policy of each of these issuers.