1) Informations :
The website https://www.nomet-france.com is posted by NOMET FRANCE, a French company duly registered under the laws of FRANCE, with its registered office in Paris and the VAT number FR18752216572. The registered address is located at 50 Rue du Disque, 75013 Paris (FRANCE).
2) Confidentiality - Personal data :
NOMET will not share, resell, or distribute your personal information to any other companies, and any information you submit to us is for our own use and reference only. NOMET practices a personal data protection policy in the context of the General Regulation on Data Protection. All data that you transmit to NOMET will be treated with the strictest confidentiality. In accordance with the law "Data Processing and Freedoms", you have a right to access, modification, rectification or deletion of your collected data, by contacting NOMET. The data transmitted by the client are kept the legal time necessary for the administration of the proof. If you have any questions, you have the possibility to make an inquiry to NOMET by email to email@example.com.
3) Cookies :
4) Security :
NOMET uses measures to protect member information that is stored within the database. Please note that NOMET can not guarantee a total security of member information. Unauthorized entry or use, or software failure, or other factors may compromise the security of the information at any time.
5) Intellectual property :
All the elements of this website https://www.nomet-france.com (texts, photos, logos, illustrations, ...) are the exclusive property of NOMET. These elements are protected by French laws. Any reproduction or representation, even partial, by any means whatsoever, made without the prior written consent of NOMET is unlawful and prohibited. Civil and/or criminal lawsuits can be engage in France and abroad.
6) Applicable legislation :
In case of dispute concerning the validity, interpretation and/or execution of NOMET or of its website, only the courts of Paris are competent. This website is subject to the French law. Any claim must be made by registered mail with acknowledgment of receipt.