Legal informations for Revue Noire site
REVUE NOIRE is a registred brand of BICFL s.a.s
BICFL a French anonymous company with a capital of 79 050 Euros
Director PDG : Jean Loup Pivin
Official location : 8 rue Cels, 75014 Paris, France
Phone : +33 (0)1 4320 2814
Fax: +33 (0)9 7212 6800
E-mail : email@example.com
No intra-communautaire CE : FR 62 338 401 524
RC Paris B 338 401 524 – SIRET 338 401 524 000 16 – CODE Naf 748K
BICFL Bank ReFeRENCES
BICFL s.a.s., 8 rue Cels, F – 75014 Paris
Bank : Société générale, Paris Denfert (03280), 5 avenue du Général Leclerc, 75014 Paris, tel : +33 (0)1 4064 1040
RIB : 30003 – 01987 – 00020023924 – 57
IBAN : FR76 – 3000 – 3019 – 8700 – 0200 – 2392 – 457
BIC : SOGEFRPP
All art works sold on the site www.revuenoire.com or the gallery are protected to the provisions of the French Code of Intellectual Property as intellectual work entitled to copyright no articles L111-1 et seq.
The rights of the acquirer on the work are limited to a right of private use, excluding any right of representation and reproduction.
Any representation or reproduction in whole or in part made without the consent of their authors and Revue Noire is illegal.
PERSONAL DATA INFORMATION
All personal information of the purchaser shall be exclusively for our services.
According to the law and freedoms of January 6, 1978, the purchaser has at any time the right of access, rectification and opposition to personal data.
Furthermore, we pledge not to sell or rent transmit this information to the attention of others. You can exercise this right by making the application reach:
– By e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to
– or by mail to BICFL / Revue Noire, 8 rue Cels, F-75014 Paris
ABOUT DATA PROTECTION ACT
Under the Data Protection Act (January 6, 1978, art. 34) You have a right to access and modify, correct or delete all your information by mail To: email@example.com Furthermore, we pledge not to sell or rent transmit this information to the attention of others.
LAW ON COPYRIGHT
All works and publishings in this site are property of their authors. They constitute authors works within the meaning of the Article L112-1 of the French Code of Intellectual Property.
Accordingly, any representation or reproduction integral partial or could be made without the consent of the author is illegal.
This agreement in French is subject to French law and in particular to Article L 121-16 to L 121-20 of the Consumer Code.
Otherwise, disputes are in the courts of Paris 14th.