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Our general conditions of use

Website (hereinafter the “ Site ") is administered by the company “TOMÈTE”, a simplified joint stock company, with share capital of €1,000, whose head office is located in PARIS (75001) 320 rue Saint-Honoré, and registered in the trade and companies register of PARIS under number 919735654.

The Site host is: Shopify.

The publication director is Maud Balagna, who you can contact at the following address: .

Use of the Site and purchases of products offered on the Site are subject to these General Conditions of Use (hereinafter the “ Terms of Service "). By using the Site, you acknowledge having read, understood and accepted without reservation these General Conditions of Use. Likewise, by using the Site you acknowledge the confidentiality clauses of the Site (see “ Security and Privacy ").

TOMÈTE may modify and update these General Conditions of Use at any time. The General Conditions of Use in force at the time of use of the Site are those which are binding on you.

We advise you to keep yourself regularly informed of the conditions in force. You can read the version of the General Conditions of Use in force on the Site at any time.

Article 1. Intellectual property

All elements (drawings, models, illustrations, images, soundtracks, texts, logos, brands, etc.) constituting the Site are the exclusive property of TOMÈTE. With the exception of the exceptions expressly provided for in the General Conditions of Use, you are prohibited from reproducing in whole or in part, by any means whatsoever, from distributing, publishing, transmitting, modifying or selling all or part of the content of the Site, or to create derivative works from it without the prior written consent of TOMÈTE.

The “TOMÈTE” brand, all other brands and logos linked to TOMÈTE, whether registered or not, displayed on the Site, the domain names “tomè” and “tomè” are and will remain the exclusive property of TOMÈTE. Any reproduction, distribution, transmission, modification or use of these brands without the express prior consent of TOMÈTE, for any reason whatsoever, is prohibited.

You may not remove any copyright, trademark or other proprietary rights notices from the Site or any content contained therein. You may make a single copy of the Internet pages published on the Site for your private, personal and non-commercial use, provided that any copy of these Internet pages retains all “copyright” and exclusive rights notices. which appear there.

Article 2. Links

The Site may contain links to third-party sites not published or controlled by TOMÈTE. Such links are provided as a convenience only; they cannot and should not be interpreted as an express or implied endorsement of these sites, their content or any product or service offered there.

You may only set up a link to the Site with the prior and express written authorization of TOMÈTE.

Article 3. Limitation of liability

TOMÈTE cannot under any circumstances be held liable to you or a third party for any indirect, incidental, special or incidental damage - which includes, without limitation, any loss of profit or other indirect loss. -, resulting from your use of the Site or your inability to use it. This limitation of liability applies to the fullest extent permitted by law.

Article 4. No guarantee

TOMÈTE cannot guarantee or affirm:

- that the Site is free of viruses, data overwriting programs, Trojan horses or other destructive material,

- that the information contained on the Site is accurate, complete or up to date.

The Site may contain technical inaccuracies or other defects; TOMÈTE does not guarantee the correction of these defects. The Site and its content are presented “as is” and “based on availability”. TOMÈTE expressly excludes any form of guarantee, and in particular, any implicit guarantee relating to the usual conditions of use of the Site or the suitability of the site for normal use or for specific use, its quality or compliance with all legal provisions. . This limitation of liability applies to the fullest extent permitted by law.

Article 5. Applicable law - Disputes

These General Conditions of Use are governed and interpreted in accordance with French law in accordance with regulation CE 593/2008 of June 17, 2008. These General Conditions of Use are written in French.

In the event of a dispute relating to the use of the Site, you have the possibility of resorting to a conventional mediation procedure or any other alternative dispute resolution procedure.

In the event of a dispute, in accordance with the provisions of Regulation No. 44/2001 of December 22, 2000:

- you can refer the matter either to the court of the place where you are domiciled, or to the French courts,

- TOMÈTE may refer the matter to the court of the place where you are domiciled.

TOMÈTE reserves the right to request and obtain injunctions or orders for the defense of its rights hereunder.

In the event of discrepancies between the French version and the English version of the General Conditions of Use, the French version will prevail.