You are currently connected to the Website www.charlesetalice.fr, owned and published by CHARLES & ALICE, a simplified joint stock company with a capital of €3,200,000.00, with its headquarters at Route de Livron 26400 Allex - France, registered in the Romans Trade and Companies Register under no. B 347 681 074, with intracommunity VAT number FR 033 476 810 74.
The publishing manager is Ms Anne-Laure Jardin (Marketing Director).
The Website was created by PIC XV, with a share capital of €5,000.00, with offices at 52 rue d'Odin 34000 Montpellier - France, and registered in the Montpellier Trade and Companies Register under no. B 800 448 722, and hosted by Net Open Services, with a share capital of €10,500.00, with offices at 34 bd des italiens 75009 Paris - France, and registered in the Paris Trade and Companies Register under no. B 447 906 934.
CNIL declaration and personal data:
We are delighted that you’re visiting our Website and showing an interest in our company and products.
In accordance with the Law on Information Technology and Civil Liberties of 6 January 1978, amended in 2004, this Website has been declared to the French National Commission for Information Technology and Civil Liberties (CNIL - www.cnil.fr) under number 1536805.
CHARLES & ALICE SAS is the data controller for the data collected.
We wish to inform you that information marked as mandatory in the contact forms and forms for taking part in the competitions must be collected in order to process your request.
The information collected is computer-processed to enable CHARLES & ALICE to process your request, offer you personalised services, and inform you about our products and services. It is also used for customer-loyalty purposes, management purposes, and statistical analysis.
The information collected is intended solely for use by CHARLES & ALICE SAS, and may be disclosed to companies belonging to the same group as CHARLES & ALICE SAS and to external partners only when said companies and partners are providing services on behalf of CHARLES & ALICE SAS.
No other disclosure will be made to external companies without the prior consent of the user, unless such a disclosure becomes necessary in order to satisfy legal and regulatory obligations, or is requested by an administrative or judicial authority.
In accordance with the Law on Information Technology and Civil Liberties of 6 January 1978, amended in 2004, you have a right of access and a right to rectification in respect of information concerning you, which you provide through the Website http://www.charlesetalice.fr.
You can exercise these rights at any time by contacting the customer service department, either:
- by email to firstname.lastname@example.org; or
- by registered letter with acknowledgement of receipt to the following address:
CHARLES & ALICE SAS
10 Avenue de la Gare
CS 20233 Alixan
26958 Valence Cedex 9
You can also object to the processing of your data on legitimate grounds.
If you have signed up to receive information by email (our newsletter), you can unsubscribe from these emails at any time either by writing to the customer service department (email and postal addresses provided above) or by following the instructions given at the end of each newsletter email.
Disclaimer and access to the Website:
We strive to keep the Website content up to date and to provide users with accurate information.
Nonetheless, the user is aware that data and information transmissions via the Internet are not fully reliable from a technical perspective, as the data and information travels over highly heterogeneous networks. We are therefore unable to guarantee the accuracy of the data that appears on the Website, which may potentially contain incorrect information, omissions or published errors, for which CHARLES & ALICE SAS cannot be held responsible.
Errors or omissions may be reported by email to: email@example.com.
CHARLES & ALICE SAS may be required to update the content of the Website www.charlesetalice.fr and this Legal Notice at any time, without notice, particularly in view of applicable legislation.
The user is solely responsible for his/her use of the Website, its services, and any element or information obtained through it.
We strive to ensure the Website remains accessible, but are under no obligation to do so. It should be noted that access to the Website may be interrupted for maintenance, updates and any other reasons, namely of a technical nature. CHARLES & ALICE is in no way responsible for these interruptions for whatever reason, or for the consequences they may have for the user.
The user undertakes not to disclose illegal information, information contrary to public policy and morality, or defamatory information on the Website www.charlesetalice.fr.
CHARLES & ALICE SAS cannot be held responsible for the content of websites to which there is a hyperlink on the Website www.charlesetalice.fr.
When CHARLES & ALICE SAS provides hyperlinks redirecting to other websites, CHARLES & ALICE cannot be held responsible for the content of said websites, which are not published by CHARLES & ALICE.
The user is informed that a cookie may be automatically installed on his/her browser when he/she visits the Website.
A cookie is a data bloc that records information about the user’s browsing behaviour on the Website, but that cannot be used to identify the user. Cookies are used for visitor traffic analyses, audience measurements and other measures aimed at improving the quality of the Website.
Intellectual and Industrial Property Rights:
The trademarks, including logos, that appear on this Website belong to CHARLES & ALICE or companies of the group to which it belongs. These elements are protected under French and international law.
The user should be aware that references to products, services and trademarks belonging to us do not constitute an exhaustive record of our rights.
Accessing the Website www.charlesetalice.fr confers no rights on the visitor other than the right to view the Website’s content.
By putting this Website online, we do not grant permission to use the industrial property rights listed above, such use requiring the express prior written authorisation of the holder of the rights.
All the elements of this Website (text, photos, graphics, logo, icons, files available for download, video or sound clips, etc.) and all the pages of the Website are protected by copyright and are the exclusive property of CHARLES & ALICE SAS or affiliated companies or are used with the permission of their owner.
These elements are protected under French and international law, specifically under copyright law.
In particular, it is prohibited not only to reproduce this protected Website but also to display one of its pages (or an extract from it) on a web page that does not belong to CHARLES & ALICE SAS. It is also prohibited to create hyperlinks to this Website without the express prior written authorisation of CHARLES & ALICE.
The use of the elements of this Website for purposes other than personal and private purposes, specifically for public, commercial or amusement purposes, may result in legal action in France or abroad.
Any full or partial reproduction, representation or imitation of the protected elements belonging to CHARLES & ALICE SAS or to companies of the group to which it belongs, by any means whatsoever, is prohibited without the express prior written authorisation of CHARLES & ALICE SAS or the companies of the group to which it belongs. Failure to observe this prohibition constitutes an act of counterfeiting and may give rise to both civil and criminal liability on the part of the counterfeiter.
All rights reserved © CHARLES & ALICE SAS or companies of the group to which it belongs (in particular rights of reproduction, representation, adaptation and distribution).
Applicable law – Jurisdiction:
This Legal Notice shall be subject to and interpreted in accordance with French law.
Any disputes not resolved by way of a settlement shall fall within the exclusive jurisdiction of the French courts.
In the event that any of the provisions in this Legal Notice is declared null or invalid, that provision shall be interpreted in such a way as to reflect the parties’ intentions as closely as possible, and the other provisions shall be considered fully applicable.