Web site terms and conditions of use
By visiting this Web site, you accept to comply with the terms and conditions of use, which may be modified from time to time without notice by changes to this document. Make sure you read and understand the conditions. Each time you visit the Web site, you are presumed to have read and accepted the terms and conditions of use. Visiting or continued use of the services offered through this Web site signifies that you accept the terms and conditions of use, including any changes to them. We will post any changes on the Web site. Please look at all changes and updates. If you do not accept the terms and conditions, please do not use this Web site. The terms and conditions and your use of this Web site are governed by the laws of the Province of Québec and all other relevant laws of Canada.
Limitation of liability
The information or data contained on this Web site are provided exclusively for information purposes and must not be taken to be comprehensive advice that applies to your health condition(s).
The information contained on this Web site is reputed to be accurate and reliable at the time of publication on the site; however, we cannot guarantee that it will remain accurate, reliable, complete or up-to-date. This information may be modified. We assume no responsibility for any losses incurred due to the use of this Web site or to the unavailability of this Web site. Unless noted to the contrary, the information is not verified and is provided "as is." We make no claims that this Web site will not experience interruptions or be free of errors, that such flaws will be corrected, that the site or the server that hosts it is free of viruses or other harmful elements.
The confidentiality and security of e-mail transmission via Internet are not guaranteed. E-mail communications are not confidential and may be intercepted, lost or even modified. LEI is not responsible for harm or damages that you or any other person may undergo by transmitting e-mail containing personal or confidential information via Internet to LEI, or from e-mail that LEI sends to you at your request.
Use of the web site
LEI is not responsible for any damage (direct, indirect, special, economic, consecutive, exemplary or punitive) incurred following use or unavailability of this Web site, its content, or any action or decision taken by you or another person based on the Web site, its content or any other unauthorized use or reproduction of the Web site or its contents.
A cookie is a small file from a Web server transferred to your browser to be consulted on your computer. There are two types of cookies: session cookies and persistent cookies. A session cookie is a small file containing information about the user that disappears when the user's Web browser is closed. A persistent cookie remains in your computer after you close your browser or shut down your computer. LEI uses only session cookies to enable you to navigate or request information concerning the accounts on our secure Web site.