Company name and legal form : SORS, SAS
Postal address : 19, rue Molière, 75001 Paris, France
Business registry : City of Paris - 810 339 242 R.C.S
Intra-Community VAT number : FR 52 810339242
Telephone number : +33 1 42 60 10 34
Email address : email@example.com
Direction : Rebecca Carlén, Fidensus LTD
Directeur of publication : Rebecca Carlén (manager)
Chargé de la protection des mineurs selon § 7 JMStV : FTPA
Capital Social : 1 100€
8, 150 Elgin Street
Ottawa, ON K2P 1L4, Canada
United Kingdom: 0800-808-5233
COLLECTION OF PERSONAL DATA
According to the law 78-17 of 6 January 1978 called " Data Protection ", the user has the right to access and rectify the data concerning him. This right is exercised by e-mail at the following Tel: +33 1 42 60 10 34 or E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
A lot of care has been taken in the compilation of the present site. The website shall be regularly updated and revised to the best of our ability.
The images and photos used on our site are without any obligation and may differ from existing models and designs. They are purely informative and are used on this website without any obligation.
The intellectual property rights relating to the information provided on this website, publications, photographs, images, text and data arise in favour of SORS, or its affiliated entities or third parties, and are protected by copyright. The information on this website or its contents may not be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, published, distributed, transmitted and sold in any form or by any means whatsoever, irrespective of the form of and means used for the same, without the express, prior, written consent of SORS. Users of this site undertake to respect all intellectual property rights.
SORS S.A.S. can not be held responsible for any reason whatsoever of a point or prolonged unavailability of its website.
APPLICABLE LAW - LANGUAGE - DISPUTES
These terms and conditions are governed by and subject to French law. They are written in French. In case they are translated into one or more other languages, only the French text would prevail in case of dispute. Any disputes which these conditions could result on both its validity, interpretation, execution, termination, their consequences and their consequences and suites will be submitted to the French courts.