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The use of our Site is subject to the rights and obligations explicitly mentioned on our site but also to the rights and obligations defined in this disclaimer as well as in our general terms and conditions of sale and in our privacy charter. All these texts together constitute our "General Conditions". These Terms and Conditions apply to us as well as to you. By using our website, you explicitly acknowledge and agree to the application of our General Terms and Conditions, to the exclusion of our own General Terms and Conditions. Exceptionally, the provisions of the General Terms and Conditions may be derogated from insofar as such derogations have been agreed in writing between the parties. Such derogations may consist of the modification, addition or deletion of the clauses to which they relate and shall not affect the application of the other provisions of the General Conditions.

General terms and conditions
Information about the person in charge of the site
The website www.charlotte-beaude.com (hereinafter the "Site") has been developed, managed and published by Corsac SRL (hereinafter the "House"), a company whose registered office is located at Avenue Lepoutre 8, Ixelles, Belgium, registered with the Crossroads Bank of Enterprises of Belgium under no. BE 0752.749.494.
Good functioning, safety and accessibility
We take all reasonable and necessary steps to ensure the proper functioning, security and accessibility of our site. However, we cannot offer a guarantee of absolute operability and our actions must therefore be considered as covered by an obligation of means. Any use of the site is always at the user's own risk. Thus, we are not responsible for damages that may result from possible malfunctions, interruptions, defects or harmful elements present on the site, regardless of the existence of a case of force majeure or a foreign cause. We reserve the right to restrict access to our site or to interrupt its operation at any time without prior notice. This, in principle, only if the circumstances of the case justify it, but this is not an absolute condition.
Content of the site
The House largely determines the content of its site and takes great care of the information on it. The House takes all possible measures to keep its site as complete, accurate and up-to-date as possible, even when the information on it is provided by third parties. The House reserves the right to modify, supplement or delete the site and its content at any time. The House cannot offer an absolute guarantee concerning the quality of the information on its site. It is therefore possible that this information may not always be complete, accurate, sufficiently precise and/or up-to-date. Consequently, La Maison may not be held liable for any damage, direct or indirect, that the user may suffer as a result of the information presented on the site. If certain content on the site is in violation of applicable laws and/or the rights of third parties and/or would simply be contrary to morality, we ask you to inform us as soon as possible so that we can take appropriate measures. In particular, the House may partially or totally delete the said information. The site contains downloadable content. Any downloading from the site is always at the user's own risk. The House may under no circumstances be held liable for any damage, direct or indirect, resulting from such downloads, such as loss of data or damage to the user's computer system, which are entirely and exclusively the responsibility of the user. Concerning more specifically the prices and information on our products appearing on the site, a reservation applies for obvious formal errors, such as typing errors. Under no circumstances can the user claim the existence of a contract with the House based on such mistakes.
User Expectations
As a user, you have some responsibility for the proper functioning of the site. You must at all times refrain from taking any action that could adversely affect the proper functioning and security of the site and its use. For example, the site may not be used to circumvent our Business Model and/or to collect information on other users. In particular, it is forbidden to use the Site to disseminate content that would result in damage to other users, such as the propagation of malicious software such as computer viruses. The proliferation of unsolicited and/or commercial messages through the Site is also prohibited, as well as unsolicited emails, spamming or chain letters. The House reserves the right to take all necessary measures to remedy the situation for itself and its users, both judicially and extra-judicially. The user is solely and exclusively liable, personally and exclusively, in the event that his or her actions and behaviour have actually resulted in damage to the site or to other users. In this case, the user in question must ensure that he or she exonerates La Maison from any claim for damages that may ensue.
Links to external sites
The site may contain links or hyperlinks to external websites or other forms of online portals. Such links do not automatically imply that there is a relationship between us and the external website or even that we implicitly agree with the content of these external websites. The House exercises no control over external websites. We are therefore not responsible for the safe and correct functioning of the hyperlinks and their final destination. As soon as the user clicks on the hyperlink, he or she leaves our site. We can therefore no longer be held liable for any subsequent damage. It is likely that these external websites do not offer the same guarantees as we do. We therefore suggest that you carefully read their general terms and conditions of sale as well as their disclaimer and privacy policy.
Intellectual Property
The content published on the site is protected by the intellectual property rights of La Maison. By "content", we mean the information, logos, photos, trademarks, designs, models, slogans, databases, etc. accessible on the site. The technical nature of the site itself, i.e. the computer code, is also protected by intellectual property rights. By visiting our site, the user is granted a limited right to access, use and display our site and its content. This right is granted on a non-exclusive, non-transferable basis and may only be used for personal, non-commercial use. Except with the prior written consent of La Maison, users are not authorized to modify, reproduce, translate, distribute, sell, borrow, rent or communicate to the public, in whole or in part, the protected elements.
General provisions applicable to our General Terms and Conditions
The House reserves the right to modify, extend, delete, limit or interrupt the site and its associated services at any time, without prior notice, and without this giving rise to any form of compensation. Our General Terms and Conditions (in particular our general terms and conditions of sale) are executed and interpreted in accordance with Belgian law. Any dispute relating to the validity, interpretation or execution of our General Terms and Conditions shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of the judicial district of Brussels. The illegality or nullity of any provision of our General Terms and Conditions, in whole or in part, shall have no impact on the validity and application of the other provisions of our General Terms and Conditions. In such a case, we have the right to replace the unenforceable clause by another provision that is valid in law and of similar scope.
Privacy Policy
Protecting your privacy and your personal data is important to us. We collect and process your personal data in accordance with the relevant legal provisions, namely the Law of 8 December 1992 on the protection of privacy with regard to the processing of personal data ("Privacy Law") and the European Regulation of 27 April 2016 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data ("Regulation"). We would like to inform you of any processing of your personal data and of your rights in this respect. By using our site, you expressly accept the collection and processing of your personal data by Charlotte Beaude in the manner described in this document. We reserve the right to make changes to our Privacy Policy at any time. Any substantial modification will always be clearly communicated on our site. We nevertheless advise you to consult this page regularly.
Personal data
The processing of your personal data is limited to what is strictly necessary for the purposes pursued by Charlotte Beaude. Here are the data processed: Identification data Financial data Location data Connection data (IP address, etc.)
Purposes pursued
The House collects your personal data for the sole purpose of providing you with an optimal, personalized and secure experience when using the site. The processing of your personal data is therefore essential to the proper functioning of the site and the provision of our services. The House undertakes to process your personal data exclusively for the following purposes: Enabling you to access your "user account". Ensure order processing and product delivery Provide after-sales service Managing the contractual relationship Enable billing and account management To offer the User a general but also personalized service, including sending useful information, newsletters, providing support and following up on complaints. Improve and personalize our services and products Detect fraud, errors and criminal behaviour. To send promotional offers if you have expressly consented (direct marketing). In this case, you remain free to withdraw your consent at any time. When you visit our site, certain data is collected for statistical purposes. This data enables us to optimise your user experience. This includes your IP address, the geographical area in which you visit us, the day and time of your visit, and the pages you visit. By visiting our site, you expressly agree to the collection of this data for statistical purposes. You exercise control over the data you provide us with. When data is incomplete or erroneous, the House reserves the right to interrupt or suspend, temporarily or permanently, certain operations. Your personal data is intended to be used exclusively for internal purposes. Your personal data will therefore not be sold, given or transmitted to third parties, unless you have given your prior consent. The House has taken all possible technical and organisational measures to avoid any violation of the data.
User Rights
Guarantee of fair and lawful processing
Your personal data will always be processed in accordance with the legitimate purposes stated. They are collected and processed in an adequate, relevant and non-excessive manner and are not kept longer than necessary to achieve the intended purposes. All technical and security measures have been taken to limit as far as possible the risks of illegal or unauthorised access to or processing of your personal data. In the event of an intrusion into its computer systems, the House will immediately take all necessary measures to reduce damage to a minimum.
Right of access
If you are able to prove your identity, you have the right to obtain information about the processing of your data. Thus you have the right to know the purposes of the processing, the categories of data concerned, the categories of recipients to whom the data are transmitted, the criteria used to determine the length of time the data are kept, and the rights you can exercise over your data.
Right of rectification
Inaccurate or incomplete personal data can be corrected. It is primarily the responsibility of the User to make the necessary changes to his or her "user account" himself or herself, but you can also request this in writing.
Right to erasure (or "right to forget")
You also have the right to have your personal data deleted in the following cases: Your personal data are no longer necessary for the purposes for which they were collected; You withdraw your consent to the processing and there is no other legal basis for the processing; You have validly exercised your right to object; Your data have been processed unlawfully; Your data must be deleted to comply with a legal obligation. the House decides on its own initiative whether the above criteria are present.
Right to Limitation of Treatment
In certain cases, you have the right to request the limitation of the processing of your personal data, in particular in the event of a dispute as to the accuracy of the data, if your data has been processed unlawfully, if the data is necessary in the context of legal proceedings or for the time necessary for the House to verify that you can validly exercise your right to erasure.
Right of opposition
You also have the right to object to the processing of your personal data at any time. The House will stop the processing of your personal data, unless it can demonstrate that there are compelling legitimate reasons in favour of the processing that override your right to object.
Right to data portability
You have the right to obtain all the personal data you have provided us with in a structured, commonly used, machine-readable format. At your request, this data may be transferred to another service provider, unless this is technically impossible.
Right to withdraw your consent
You can withdraw your consent to the processing of your personal data at any time. Withdrawal of your consent does not affect the validity of the processing operations prior to withdrawal.
Exercising your rights
To exercise your rights, you must send us a request by e-mail to info@charlotte-beaude.com. We will reply as soon as possible, and no later than one (1) month after receipt of the request.
Possibility of lodging a complaint
If you are not satisfied with the processing of your personal data by the House, you have the right to lodge a complaint with the Commission for the Protection of Privacy, which becomes the Data Protection Authority from 25 May 2018 https://www.privacycommission.be.)
Cookie Policy
Cookies are small data or text files placed on your local computer by websites or applications. Such cookies may serve a variety of purposes. A distinction is made between functional cookies (e.g. when you make a language selection or when you add purchases to your shopping cart), (temporary) session cookies and tracking cookies (which analyse and record your behaviour on the website in question in order to provide you with an optimal user experience). The Belgian Act of 13 June 2005 on electronic communications contains a number of provisions relating to cookies and their use on websites. The application of the Belgian law stems from the European e-Privacy Directive, which means that the use of cookies and their regulation at national level differs from one European country to another. The House is an active company on the Belgian market and therefore follows Belgian legislation in this respect.
Cookie Usage
The House wishes to inform you as precisely as possible of the rules surrounding the use of cookies and the types of cookies it uses on its site. By using our site, you agree to the use of cookies. Cookies help the House to optimise your visit to its website, to remember your technical choices (such as a choice of language, a newsletter, etc.), and to offer you offers and services that are increasingly tailored to your needs. To be able to use the Maison's website, it is recommended that you activate cookies. If cookies are deactivated, it is possible that we will not be able to guarantee you a visit to our site that is free of any technical problems. However, you remain completely free to deactivate cookies if you wish. We use cookies to improve your visit and use of our website. The cookies we use are secure. The information we collect using cookies helps us to identify any errors on our website and to provide you with specific and personalised services that we think you may find interesting.
Types of cookies
We distinguish the following types of cookies, depending on their purpose: Essential / strictly necessary cookies: These cookies are necessary for the proper functioning of our website and cannot be deactivated. They are set in response to actions you take on our website, such as setting your privacy settings, login credentials or filling out our forms. These cookies make it easier for you to navigate our website (for example, to return to a previous page, etc.). Non-essential cookies These cookies are not necessary for the proper functioning of our website, but they do help us to provide you with an enhanced and personalized user experience. Functional cookies: With these cookies we can offer you an optimal and personalised functioning and user experience on our website. These cookies may be placed on your computer by the House or by external providers whose services we have added to our pages. Analytical Cookies: With these cookies, we can analyze visits to our website and traffic patterns so that we can measure and improve the performance of our website. These cookies allow us to see which pages are most popular and the browsing habits of our visitors. Tracking cookies: These cookies may be placed on our website by our advertising partners. They may be used by these companies to target your preferences and provide you with relevant advertisements on other websites. We use two types of cookies, our own cookies and cookies from carefully selected partners with whom we collaborate and who advertise our services on their websites.
Cookie management
Please ensure that cookies are enabled in your personal browser.
User Rights
Since cookies may involve the processing of your personal data, you have the right to a legitimate and secure processing of your personal data. As a subject concerned by the processing of your personal data, you have the following rights: Right of opposition: if there are compelling and legitimate reasons, you may object to the processing of your personal data. Right of access: any person who proves his/her identity has a right of access to information regarding the existence or otherwise of processing of his/her personal data, as well as to information regarding the purposes of the processing, the categories of data processed, the categories of recipients to whom the data are communicated and the length of time the personal data are kept. Right of correction: inaccurate or incomplete personal data can always be corrected, or even erased, at the request of the data subject. The exercise of these rights is always done in accordance with the terms of our Privacy Charter. If, after reading this document, you still have questions or remarks concerning cookies, you can always contact us at info@charlotte-beaude.com.