Contact address : firstname.lastname@example.org
Postal address :
Domaine Vincent et Jean-Pierre Charton (ci après dénommée « la société »)
29, Grande Rue
Phone. : +33 (0)385 542 239
Mob. : +33 (0)632 071 173
Date of last modification : Mai 2019
The website address is : www.domainecharton.com
This page informs our website users about how personal data is collected and used. We endeavour to ensure that our company and the deployed technical solutions abide by data protection rights referring to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Submitted data should not include sensitive data, such as government credentials (such as social security numbers, driver’s licence numbers, or tax identification numbers), complete credit card numbers or personal bank account numbers, medical files or information regarding treatment requests associated with people.
By filling in our website’s contact form, you agree and accept that the company can record, treat, stock and/or use the personal data submitted (limited to the information useful for the purpose of processing). By giving us your consent, you also keep the right to rectification, the right to oblivion and/or the right to erasure of your personal data. (Contact address mentioned above in the preamble)
Purpose of processing
Our main aim as we collect your personal data on this website is to be able to contact you in a personalised manner. For this purpose, you agree that we can use your personal data to:
– bring you our services in our commercial relationship
– draw up commercial offers
– solve any possible problems in order to improve the use of our website and our services
– personalise, evaluate and improve our service, content and documentation
– analyse your use of our services in terms of volume and history
– inform you of our services and those of our partners
– regularly check your data guaranteeing the relevance of our actions
– abide by our legal and regulatory obligations
Processing personal data
The company agrees to not renting, selling or transferring the personal data you supply through the contact forms on this website. Your personal data recorded on the website is destined for the company’s private use.
Personal data protection rights
You have the below mentioned rights regarding your personal data, in order exercise these rights please write to us at the address: (contact address mentioned above in the preamble)
Right of access to and communication of data
You may access your personal data.
However, for security and privacy reasons in the company, as we process your personal data, we inform you that your request will be processed upon proof of your identity, in particular by scanning your valid ID (if you make your request through our dedicated electronic form); or a signed photocopy of your valid ID (if you make your request in writing).
We inform you that we have the right, when applicable, to refuse clearly abusive (either given their number, or their repetitious or systematic nature) requests.
To help you in this procedure, especially if you want to use your right to access through the following address: (contact address mentioned in the preamble), you will find a model of a letter written by the French National Commission for Data Protection (CNIL) by clicking on the link below. We also request that you prove your identity with two approved pieces of ID.
Right to rectification of your data
Under this right, the law empowers you to request that any inexact, incorrect, incomplete or obsolete data be updated, locked or even deleted.
You can equally define general and specific directives relating to your personal data after your death. When applicable, a deceased person’s heirs may demand that their relatives’ death be taken into account and/or proceed with any necessary updates.
To help you with this procedure, in particular if you wish to exercise, on your behalf or on behalf of a deceased relative of yours, your right to rectification, through a written request sent to the address mentioned in point 1, you will find a model of a letter written by the French National Commission for Data Protection (CNIL). We also request that you prove your identity with two approved pieces of ID.
Right of objection
It is only possible to exercise this right in one of the following situations:
1. When exercising this right is founded on legitimate motives; or
2. When exercising this right aims to hinder the use of the recorded data for trade promotion purposes.
To help you with this procedure, in particular if you wish to exercise, on your behalf or on behalf of a deceased relative of yours, your right of objection, through a written request sent to the above-mentioned address, you will find a model of a letter written by the French National Commission for Data Protection (CNIL). We also request that you prove your identity with two approved pieces of ID.
The company commits to responding to your access, rectification, objection or any other request for additional information within a reasonable time which should not be longer than one month after receiving your request.
In compliance with the (EU) 2016/679 General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), you have the right to access, rectify, and delete your personal data which you may exercise by contacting us at the address below:
Postal address and contact information are in the preamble.
You will find a link below to help accessing your browser menu to do this, showing you how to change your cookie preferences:
Chrome : https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=en
Firefox : https://support.mozilla.org/fr/products/firefox/protect-your-privacy/cookies
Microsoft Edge : https://privacy.microsoft.com/fr-fr/windows-10-microsoft-edge-and-privacy
Opera : http://help.opera.com/Windows/10.20/fr/cookies.html
Safari : https://support.apple.com/kb/PH21411?viewlocale=en_EN&locale=fr_FR
For more information on cookie management tools please visit the CNIL’s website : https://www.cnil.fr/fr/cookies-les-outils-pour-les-maitriser
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Limitation of liability
The company endeavours to supply correct information on this website. The company shall under no circumstances be held responsible for any occasional or inadvertent errors which may appear on their websites. The company declines all responsibility regarding the information available on their websites.
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