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General terms and conditions
ARTICLE 1. Scope
The present terms and conditions (hereinafter the “Terms & Conditions”) shall apply to purchases made online at www.designs.prix-versailles.com (hereinafter the “Purchase(s)”) by professional or non-professional natural persons or legal entities (hereinafter the “Customer(s)”), from the World Prix Versailles Organization (WPVO), with head offices at 10 avenue de Sceaux, 78000 Versailles, France (hereinafter the “Seller”).
ARTICLE 2. Invoicing
Once the Purchase has been confirmed, an invoice will be sent to the email address provided by the Customer.
ARTICLE 3. Personal data
Pursuant to the French Data Protection Act of 6 January 1978, the Customer has the right to access, correct and object to the processing of the latter’s information. This right may be exercised by writing to OMPV, 10 avenue de Sceaux, 78000 Versailles, France, providing the Customer’s full name and address. In accordance with current regulations, the Customer’s letter must be signed and accompanied by a photocopy of official identification bearing the Customer’s signature and indicating an address to which the response is to be sent. A response will be transmitted to the Customer within two (2) months of receipt of the request.
The Customer’s information and data are necessary for the purpose of order management.
ARTICLE 4. Disputes
Any and all disputes to which the Purchases may give rise shall be submitted to the competent courts under the conditions set out by common law.
ARTICLE 5. Contract language – Governing law
The Terms & Conditions and the ensuing operations shall be governed by French law. They are written in French but also in other languages. However, in the event of a dispute, only the French text will have legal value.
ARTICLE 6. Severability
Should any of the provisions set out in the Terms & Conditions be declared null and void or inapplicable by virtue of a final court ruling or by application of a law or regulation, the other provisions of the Terms & Conditions will remain in effect. In that case, the parties agree to negotiate, in good faith, a valid replacement for that provision which must be as close as possible to the intention and effects of the provision deemed to be invalid.