The company MP Labo (hereinafter “MP Labo”) has opened the website www.mplabo.eu (hereinafter the “Website”) for the sale of its products to professionals.
Use of the Website is subject to compliance with the general terms and conditions of use and sale detailed below and with all laws and regulations in force in France.
By accessing and using the Website, Users accept without reservation the General Terms and Conditions (below), which prevail over any other agreement they may have had with MP Labo. Any dispute relating to the use of the Website shall fall within the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts within the jurisdiction of the Court of Appeal of Paris and shall be subject to French law.
PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA
MP Labo collects various personal information relating to Users that enable them to be identified. The personal information collected from each User is essential to respond to requests for information and to meet legal verification obligations.
The nominative information relating to Users collected on the Website is exclusively intended for the needs of MP Labo’s activity. Users have the right to access, modify, rectify and delete data concerning them (art. 34 of the French Data Protection Act). Users may exercise these rights by writing to the Webmaster by e-mail or to the postal address mentioned above.
The personal information collected, in particular that which Users spontaneously communicate, may be used, processed and transferred by MP Labo, subject to the applicable legal provisions and in particular to the French Data Protection Act (Loi ” Informatique et Libertés ” n°78-17 of 6 January 1978).
If one or more stipulations of these general terms and conditions of sale are held to be invalid or declared as such in application of a law, a regulation or following a final decision of a competent court, the other stipulations shall retain all their force and scope.
The fact that one of the parties does not take advantage of a breach by the other party of any of the obligations referred to in these general conditions of sale shall not be interpreted for the future as a waiver of the obligation in question.