Welcome on our website www.cattier-paris.com !

These General Terms and Conditions of Use (hereinafter, the "Terms and Conditions"), subject to French law, are intended to govern the use of the Site www.cattier-paris.com/en as well as the use of the various services offered on this site.

In the event of non-compliance with the terms of these General Conditions of Use, the Publisher reserves the right to take any measure to protect its interests and in particular to ensure their execution. To this end, the Publisher may in particular assign civil and/or criminal liability to the user of the Site.

The present General Conditions of Use may be modified at any time, it being understood that each use of the Site is governed by the General Conditions of Use in force at the date of consultation of the Site.


The photographs and images illustrating our Site are for information purposes only, they are not contractual and do not commit the publisher.



  1. Access to our Site


The photographs and images illustrating our Site, as well as the editorial contents are only indicative, they are not contractual and do not bind the publisher.


We also reserve the right to make, at any time, all modifications, deletions and/or additions to the content of our Site, without notice and at our discretion.


You undertake not to hinder access and/or the proper functioning of our Site in any way whatsoever that may damage, intercept or interfere with all or part of the Site.


You are reminded that fraudulently accessing or remaining in a computer system, hindering or distorting the functioning of such a system, fraudulently introducing or modifying data in a computer system constitutes offences punishable by criminal sanctions.



We cannot be held liable for any direct or indirect damage due to an interruption, malfunction of any kind, suspension or stoppage of our Site, for any reason whatsoever, or for any direct or indirect damage resulting in any way whatsoever from access to our Site.


You acknowledge that you have the skills and means necessary to access and use our Site.


We shall not be held liable for elements beyond our control and for any damage that may be suffered by your technical environment and, in particular, your computers, telephones, smartphones, tablets, software, network equipment and any other material used to access or use our Site.


Furthermore, you acknowledge that you assume the risks associated with any content downloaded or otherwise obtained through the use of our Site. Similarly, you acknowledge that you are solely responsible for any possible damage to your computer system or any possible loss of data resulting from the downloading of such content.


Access to our Site is free of charge. The costs of access and use of the telecommunications network are your responsibility, according to the terms and conditions set by your access providers and telecommunications operators.



  1. Intellectual property rights


The whole of our Site (structure, presentation and content) constitutes a work protected by the French and international legislation in force on copyright and, in general, on intellectual property.


We are the owners or beneficiaries of the licence rights of all the elements that make up our Site, in particular the texts, data, databases, software, drawings, models, graphics, photos, animations, sounds, including downloadable documents.


All rights, including in particular exploitation rights, rights of reproduction and extraction on any medium, of all or part of the data, files and all elements appearing in the pages of our Site, as well as rights of representation and reproduction on any medium, of all or part of our Site, rights of modification, adaptation or translation, are reserved exclusively for us and for our possible assignees, subject to the pre-existing rights of third parties who have authorised the digital reproduction and/or integration into our Site, of their works of any nature whatsoever.


Any reproduction, representation, extraction, distribution or rebroadcast, in whole or in part, of the content of our Site by any process whatsoever without our express and prior authorization is prohibited, and would constitute an infringement punishable by articles L.335-2 and following of the Intellectual Property Code.


The reproduction of the texts and web pages of our Site on a paper medium remains authorized, subject to compliance with the following cumulative conditions: free distribution, respect for the integrity and purpose of the documents reproduced (nor modification of the content), and respect for the rights of the users.


The trademarks, as well as the company names and logos appearing on our Site are protected. Any total or partial reproduction of these trademarks or logos, without our express authorisation or that of our beneficiaries is therefore prohibited, within the meaning of article L 713-2 of the French Intellectual Property Code.


You are also prohibited from any unlocking of software or database protection codes or decryption of access keys, when these software or databases are equipped with an access or protection system.



  1. Personal data - cookies

3.1 Processing of personal data


In the course of using our Site, personal data may be collected.


We undertake to comply with the legal and regulatory provisions in force in accordance with Law No. 78-17 of 6 January 1978 as amended relating to data processing, data files and liberties, as well as Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 of the European Parliament and of the European Council on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC.


We undertake to take all necessary precautions to safeguard the security and confidentiality of personal data to which it may have access, and in particular to prevent their alteration, misappropriation or access by unauthorised third parties.


In particular, we undertake not to access or use your personal data for purposes other than those set out in our Personal Data Usage Charter, including the processing of any complaints.


You acknowledge that you have read the information relating to your personal data contained in our Personal Data Usage Charter, (EU Regulation 2016/679 of 27 April (RGPD) and Law No. 78-17 of 6 January 1978) and you consent to the collection and processing of your personal data by us in the context of our Site and the processing of your Order.


The contact details of the Data Protection Officer are as follows: Mr. François Veau, User requests concerning personal data can be sent by e-mail to the following address: info@cattier-paris.com.

3.2 Cookies


You acknowledge and accept the possibility that we may anonymously place one or more cookies in order to constantly improve our Site, in particular to facilitate the management of our Site and the recognition of Users.


All the provisions relating to cookies are set out in the Personal Data Usage Charter annexed to these General Terms and Conditions of Use.


  1. Hypertext Links


Our Site contains hypertext links allowing access to sites that we do not publish. Consequently, we shall not be held responsible for the content of the sites to which you may have access in this way.


The creation of hypertext links to the home page of our Site is authorized. Links to specific pages of our Site are subject to our prior authorisation.


The URL of the targeted page must be clearly indicated. The user site must not make our Site appear as its own, nor distort the content of our Site, nor must it clearly indicate that the User is directed to our Site. The pages of the Site must not be nested within the pages of another site, but may be displayed in a new window.


No mirroring of our Site, i.e. a posting to another URL, is permitted.



  1. Applicable law


These General Terms and Conditions are governed and interpreted in accordance with French law, to the exclusion of any other law or agreement, regardless of the place of use.


  1. Attribution of jurisdiction


Subject to public policy provisions, and in the absence of an amicable agreement between the Parties, the Parties shall refer the matter to the competent French courts, to which they expressly confer jurisdiction, including in the event of multiple parties, an appeal on a warranty or guarantee or an incidental claim, even for summary proceedings or proceedings on application.


  1. Contact information - Claims






Email: info@cattier-paris.com

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