Welcome to the Brevalex website.
This site is produced by Brevalex, Limited Company with a share capital of 4,081,684 euros, registered with the Register of Trades and Companies of Paris under the number 582 120 671, having its headquarters at 95, rue d'Amsterdam, 75008 Paris,
The director of publication is:
95, rue d'Amsterdam
The host manager is:
2, rue Jean Ogée
In compliance with the provisions of the French Data Protection Act n° 78-17 of 6 January 1978, the computerised processing of personal data undertaken from this website has been declared to the CNIL [French commission for information technology and civil liberties], which issued a declaration receipt n° 1462815 on 5 November 2010.
You are informed that the information collected on this website is limited to that necessary to respond to your request and is sent only to the website operator.
Pursuant to articles 34 and subsequent of the aforementioned Act, you have the right to access, modify, correct and delete the information concerning you. You can exercise this right by writing to Cabinet Brevalex at the above address, or simply by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The general structure of this site and certain elements thereof (verbal and/or graphic trademarks, texts, logos, icons, images, files, etc.) are the property of Brevalex and protected by French and foreign laws relative to copyright, trademarks and designs.
The onlining of this website does not in any way entail a licence over the private rights listed above.
Any total or partial representation of this website without the express consent of Brevalex is prohibited. Such a representation, by any means whatsoever, would constitute infringement as defined by article 335-2 and subsequent of the French Intellectual Property Code.
The establishment of hypertext links to the Brevalex website is subject to prior express agreement. This authorisation may be obtained by contacting email@example.com.
Brevalex may at any time and without notice suspend, modify or terminate access to the website at its discretion, without giving its users the right to claim any compensation.
Any dispute relative to the present legal notices shall be subject to French law and brought before the courts of Paris, notwithstanding the rules on conflict of laws and jurisdiction.
Access to the website entails acceptance of all these clauses. If one of these clauses should be declared illegal or inapplicable, the irregularity of this clause would not affect the validity of the remaining clauses.