The present charter outlines the online commitments on the part of EVENT INTERNATIONAL and the legal information concerning the site that you are currently visiting.
In browsing this site you are deemed, in your capacity as user, to be aware of the conditions of use outlined below and the specific conditions regarding certain services offered by the site and to accept the terms thereof.
The site www.salonduchocolat.fr belongs to EVENT INTERNATIONAL, a joint stock company with capital of €50,000, registered on the trade and companies register of Paris under registration number 332378355, intra-Community VAT n° FR06332378355.
The company’s head office is located at 59, rue de la Tour – 75116 Paris – France.
This site is hosted by PUSH IT UP, the head office of which is located at:
123 rue d’Aboukir 75002 Paris
Text and photos are non-binding. The information provided on this site is subject to change without any notice or notification.
Personal data & Cookies
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Access to the www.salon-du-chocolat.com site gives you private, non-exclusive users’ rights. The general structure of and articles, photographs, texts, illustration, images and other information featured on this site (hereafter collectively referred to as ‘Creative Elements’) are the exclusive property of EVENT INTERNATIONAL, or are authorised with the consent of their owners, and are subject to and protected by copyright and other intellectual property rights. This being the case, any present or future reproduction, representation or redistribution, whether full or partial, of the Creative Elements in any medium, electronic or otherwise, is prohibited. Any fraudulent use of the Creative Elements is also entirely prohibited. EVENT INTERNATIONAL informs you that it will fully exercise its intellectual property rights to ensure that its rights are safeguarded and to initiate proceedings, including criminal proceedings, if need be. Any databases of information that may be compiled through the site are also protected. Any extraction or attempted extraction, whether full or partial, is likely to result in any violator being held civilly and criminally liable.
Certain Creative Elements featured on the site are taken from shots of various Salon du Chocolat outlets. Should you wish to have one of these photos removed for personal or professional reasons, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
EVENT INTERNATIONAL agrees to make every effort to ensure that users can access the site at all times. EVENT INTERNATIONAL cannot be held responsible in the event of the site being unavailable, regardless of the reason for said unavailability.
EVENT INTERNATIONAL would remind Internet-users of the characteristics and limitations of the Internet network and disclaims all responsibility for the consequences of them connecting to this network via this site. More specifically, EVENT INTERNATIONAL cannot be held responsible for any material or consequential damage caused to Internet-users, their IT equipment or the data stored thereupon, or for any consequences that may affect their personal, professional or commercial activity as a result.
EVENT INTERNATIONAL cannot be held responsible for any damages resulting from accessing the site or, on the contrary, the inability to access it.
The information provided on the present site is updated and verified periodically but may nevertheless contain errors. Furthermore, this data may have been updated between the time at which you downloaded it and the time at which you are consulting it. As a result, we would recommend that you check the validity of the data you are consulting. EVENT INTERNATIONAL cannot be held responsible for the information provided on this site.
Any link to this site must be previously authorised by EVENT INTERNATIONAL in writing. The present charter is governed and interpreted in accordance with French law. Any dispute regarding the application, execution and/or interpretation of the present charter shall be brought before the courts ruling under the jurisdiction of the Paris Court of Appeal, including in the event of multiple defendants or the introduction of third parties.