Welcome to our Web sites. The Web sites www.belleaulapointe.com and recourscollectif.info (hereinafter the “Sites”) have been conceptualized and created to answer questions of a general nature and we truly hope that they will meet your expectations. To that effect, we welcome your comments at . By accessing any one of our Sites and/or by browsing through them, you are accepting and you convene to be bound by the present terms and the conditions of use hereinafter expressed. Belleau Lapointe, LLP may modify from time to time the present terms and conditions of use and, thus, welcomes you to consult it every time you visit our Sites. The date of the last update of the present terms and conditions of use can be found at the bottom of this page.

You must immediately leave or refrain from consulting our Sites, if you do not accept the content of the present terms and conditions of use contained herein.

Our sites contain factual and legal information of a general nature that must not be perceived to amount to a legal opinion of Belleau Lapointe, LLP. As a matter of fact our Sites do not contain any such legal opinion and should you wish to receive a legal opinion on any given topic, we welcome you to contact one of the members of Belleau Lapointe, LLP or, alternatively, your own attorney. Belleau Lapointe, LLP, its management, shareholders and/or employees may not be held liable for any prejudice you may suffer as a result of your decision to rely on the information contained in our Sites. It is your responsibility to obtain, from an attorney of your choice, a legal opinion relevant to your specific personal situation.

Despite our best efforts to keep our Sites, and the information contained therein, up-to-date, we cannot make any representation as to the validity or relevancy of said information. The information contained in our Sites could be dated or obsolete and is given to you “as is” without any representation or warranty.

Access to our Sites does not create any attorney-client mandate between you and Belleau Lapointe, LLP or any one of its attorneys and/or employees. Accordingly, the mere fact that you would communicate with any member of Belleau Lapointe, LLP, whether it be by phone, email or any other means, will not result in an attorney-client mandate being generated.

Our sites may offer you links that will take you to third-party websites. These links are offered to you for your convenience only. Please note that we make no representation whatsoever regarding the websites for which we offer you links, nor do we verify the content of said web sites. If you elect to leave our Sites and to follow one of the links we offer you towards any third-party websites, by doing so you recognize having read the content of the present user agreement, and exonerate Belleau Lapointe, LLP, its management, shareholders and/or employees of any responsibility.

Belleau Lapointe, LLP owns the Sites. Therefore, the entire content of the Sites (e.g. the texts, information, data, graphics, images, sounds, videos, software, trade-marks, service-marks, trade names and any other information contained in our Sites) is the property of Belleau Lapointe, LLP or of third-parties under license. Our Sites and their content are protected by Canadian and international laws governing copyrights and trade-marks.

To that effect you may consult, view, print and/or download the content of our Sites for your own personal use and to the exclusion of any commercial endeavour. Any other use, modification and reproduction of the content of our Sites, in part or in whole, without the prior written consent of Belleau Lapointe, LLP is strictly forbidden.

The present terms and conditions of use as well as the access to and the consultation of our Sites are governed by laws of the Province of Québec. Any litigation that, as the case maybe, may arise from the present terms and conditions of use shall be submitted to the appropriate tribunal in the judicial district of Montreal, province of Québec. If for any reason a given provision of the present terms and conditions of use is unlawful, null or cannot be enforced, then said provision shall be deemed divisible from the other terms and conditions of use the whole without any impact on the validity and the binding nature of the remaining provisions of the current terms and conditions of use.

The terms and conditions of use were last updated: March 1st, 2009.