Disclaimer: force majeure.
Any events or circumstances which are unavoidable, unforeseen and beyond the control of the parties shall be considered as force majeure or fortuitous occurrence, and shall relieve the parties from their liability.
In such circumstances, a reconciliation should be sought in order to examine the consequences of the event and agree upon conditions for the continued performance of the contract.

The French Data Act: what are your rights?
We require your personal information and data in order to handle your order and our relations with you as a customer. This information may be sent to companies contributing to these relations such as those that are in charge of carrying out services and orders for their processing, performance, handling and payment. This information and data are also recorded for security reasons, in order to comply with our legal and regulatory obligations, and to enable us to improve and personalise the services that we offer you and the information that we send you.
In accordance with the French Data Act, Law n°78-17 of 6 January 1978, you have a right to access and rectify your information, and you may exercise this right by writing to the following address: 
ANNE BENOIT CREATION, 15 boulevard du Général de Gaulle, 20200 BASTIA
Depending on the choices that you have expressed when creating or consulting your account, you may receive offers from our company. If you do not wish to receive any further offers, you may make a request at any time through our client space or by writing to the above address.
We inform you that our automatic data processing system – and in particular our management of user email addresses – has been declared to the CNIL under the reference n° 1437659.

From your customer area and in accordance with the RGPD, you have a link "GDPR - Personal DATA", allowing you to recover the data you have provided on our site. You have the right to change any personal information on the "My Account" page. Concerning rectifying or erasing your personal data, please contact us.

International sales: application of French law
Any dispute that may arise from your order– for example in terms of its performance, interpretation, validity or cancellation – shall be governed by French law (in terms of content and form) except for the provisions of the Vienna Convention of 11 April 1980 on the international sale of merchandise. The court of Bastia 20200 shall have exclusive jurisdiction to settle any disputes.

Scope of these conditions: the invalidity of one provision does not affect the other provisions
If one or several provisions of these conditions shall be held invalid or declared as such pursuant to any law, regulation, or the final decision of a competent authority, the other provisions shall remain in full force and effect.

Cookie Management
Certain types of cookies and tracers are strictly necessary for the provision of a service specifically requested by the user and are therefore exempt and do not require prior consent:
- shopping cart cookies for a merchant site;
- "session ID" cookies, for the duration of a session, or persistent cookies limited to a few hours in certain cases;
- authentication cookies;
- session cookies created by a media player;
- load balancing session cookies ("load balancing");
- certain solutions for analyzing audience measurement (analytics);
- persistent cookies customizing the user interface (choice of language or presentation).

The cookies generated by the PrestaShop software (used for our website) are strictly necessary for the provision of the service and are exempt from prior consent.

To personalize your cookies, consult the information and methods provided by the CNIL :