Legal Statements
The SCAPECHE website's legal statements: : www.scapeche.fr
The www.scapeche.fr, website, hereinafter called "the Site", which you are reading is intended for Internet users wanting to know about SCAPECHE, for institutional purposes; this Site is not for purchasing products or services on line.

SCAPECHE may make changes to the site content or these legal statements at any time, and for this reason we invite you to read them regularly.

Website publisher : SCAPECHE, 24 rue Auguste Chabrières, 75015 Paris, with capital of €150,000, registered on the Paris companies register under number B 401 540 851. Publication manager: Dominique PERIER

Site host: STIME – SAS
24 rue Auguste Chabrières
75737 Paris Cedex 15
Tel: 01 41 48 30 00


Contact

If you have any questions or would like to make a comment about the content of this site you can contact us at the following address: accueil@comata.com, we will try to reply as quickly as possible.
Access to the site and to the information on it.
Although SCAPECHE has taken great care in collecting and gathering information for building this website, it may nonetheless contain errors, inaccuracies, vagueness, omissions or information included beyond the control of SCAPECHE.
Consequently, SCAPECHE cannot be held liable for any harm, direct or indirect, of any kind whatsoever, resulting from access to the Site and the use, even partial, of information on this Site. The same applies to any damage linked to the use of data or information obtained on a site accessible by a hypertext link shown on the Scapeche site. Internet users using one of these links are advised to refer to the legal statements and conditions of use on each of these sites.
Any person (individual or company) wishing to place hypertext links on its own website pointing to this site must obtain prior, written permission from SCAPECHE


Intellectual Property

The components of the site www.scapeche.fr, particularly but not exclusively the logos, trademarks, images, texts and other distinctive signs are protected by the Intellectual Property Code, international treaties and agreements on copyright. SCAPECHE has intellectual property rights over this Site and its content or is allowed to use it.
Any representation, reproduction or adaptation, total or partial, of parts of the Site, especially logos, trademarks, images, texts and other distinctive signs, by any process, without the express, prior and written permission of SCAPECHE, is prohibited and likely to constitute an infringement rendering the author of the infringement civilly or criminally liable.
Under the Intellectual Property Code, use of the parts making up the site is authorised for strictly personal purposes only.


Data Protection Law

Under the provisions of Law no. 78-17 of 6 January 1978, amended by the law of 6 August 2004, on data protection, this Website is the subject of declaration to the CNIL (French Data Protection Agency) no. 1463279 v 0

To offer you more suitable services we may ask you to provide us with personal information, such as details enabling us to contact you if you have asked us to do so.
SCAPECHE will use the connection information in its possession carefully and for the purpose of analysing visits to the Website.
The data collected from the Internet user or resulting from his browsing the Website are reserved for strictly internal use;
The personal data collected on the Website may be passed to all the Les Mousquetaires brands, and to our partners exclusively in relation to use of the Website.
This data will not be the subject of any external communication other than that provided for above, except for the purposes of meeting our statutory and regulatory obligations, or at the request of a government department or legal authority.
SCAPECHE guarantees its users that they have the right to access and change, correct and delete personal information concerning them (art. 38 et seq. of Law no. 78-17 of 6 January 1978 on data protection).
To exercise this right the internet user should write to: accueil@comata.com

Cookies

When you browse the Website and in particular, when personal information is collected, information intended to make it easier for you to browse is automatically installed on your computer by our programming systems.
You can access these installations usually called "cookies", change them or refuse them by using the functions intended for this purpose, usually offered by your web browser (Explorer, Mozilla or others).

These conditions of use of the Website are subject to French law.