The company EUTOPIE SAS (hereafter “The EUTOPIE e-boutique’’), a simplified joint stock company with capital of 25.000 Euros, registered in the Paris Trade and Companies Register under the number 539 682 088, whose registered office is located at 25 rue de Ponthieu in Paris (75008) and whose Intra-Community VAT number is FR 70539682088, is specialized in fragrances development and sales and offers a complete service in the on-line sale of its fragrances. These General Terms and Conditions of Sale unreservedly govern Product sales by The EUTOPIE Fragrances e-boutique from the internet address www.eutopie-parfums.com and its derivative addresses.
The Site offers for sale, to individuals browsing the Site, fragrances of the EUTOPIE brand (hereinafter referred to as the “Products”).
For the application of this agreement, it is agreed that the Customer and The EUTOPIE e-boutique will jointly be referred to as the “Parties” and individually as the “Party.”
It is specified that the Products are meant exclusively for the Customer’s personal use. The resell or distribution of EUTOPIE products bought on the e-Boutique is strictly forbidden. In this connection, the Customer is reminded particularly that the same user may not order more than one (1) product maximum per month for the samples discovery kit, same name, same address. If an order exceeds the number stated above, it will be considered invalid.
The products ordered by the Customer on the Site, will be delivered in all countries and geographical zones listed below (to be confirmed regularly by the french Post Office):
France, Monaco, Andorra, Germany, Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg , UK , Ireland, Italy , Spain, Portugal , Switzerland, Austria , Denmark, Hungary , Poland, Czech Republic , Slovakia, Slovenia , Estonia, Latvia , Lithuania, Greece, Iceland, Finland , Norway, Sweden , Turkey , North Africa , Canary Islands , Balearic Islands, Ceuta, Melilla, the Azores , Madeira, countries of Eastern Europe , USA , Canada, Australia , China, Japan , Hong Kong, Singapore, Korea Southern , Thailand, Taiwan , Vietnam , India, Russia , Israel , Africa, Middle East, Central and South America , Asia and Oceania .
By placing an order for a Product on the Site, the Customer acknowledges that s/he has read these General Terms and Conditions of Sale and accepted them unreservedly. No signature will be required from the Customer for this acknowledgement to be valid.
Any special condition that is stated, e.g., in documents issued by the Customer (including the order), will not take precedence over these General Terms and Conditions of Sale, without prior explicit consent from The EUTOPIE e-boutique.
These conditions do not intend to and may not result in Customers from the European Union being deprived of the compulsory legal requirements specified by the laws of their own countries. If any of the provisions of these conditions should prove to infringe on a compulsory point of law from which the Customer benefits under his/her national legislation, such provision will not apply to that Customer, though all the other provisions will remain in force.
The Customer must also unreservedly agree to the conditions of use of the Site if s/he wishes to view it.
ARTICLE 1: PURPOSE
These General Terms and Conditions of Sale define the procedures by which The EUTOPIE e-boutique will sell Products to the Customer, and the rights and obligations of the Parties arising out of the on-line sale of the Products offered on the Site.
They define all the stages required for placing the order and they monitor this order between the Parties.
ARTICLE 2: PRODUCTS:
2.1. DESCRIPTION OF THE PRODUCTS:
The EUTOPIE e-boutique presents on the Site the Products for sale and their detailed descriptions, in Product descriptions, which complies with Article L.111-1 of the French Customer Code, which specifies that the potential Customer must be able to find out the essential characteristics of the products s/he wishes to buy prior to actually placing the order.
The EUTOPIE e-boutique will make every effort to ensure that the visual representation of Products on the website is faithful to the original in terms of colour and design. However, since The EUTOPIE e-boutique has no control over the technical limitations of individual Customer computer equipment, The EUTOPIE e-boutique may not be held liable for inaccurate representation of the Products on the Website.
Subject to the restrictions on delivery described in the preamble hereto, the Customer is able to customize certain Perfume products for sale on the Website with engraving done according to his specifications. The Customer can find the terms and conditions of this service (particularly cost and products concerned) on the Website.
2.2.1. The Products offered for sale by The EUTOPIE e-boutique are those that are shown on the Site, on the day on which the Customer views it and within the limit of the stocks available.
2.2.2. If a Product is not available, The EUTOPIE e-boutique will notify the Customer as soon as possible by e-mail that a partial order will take place or that his/her order is cancelled.
This notice may be made when the order is being placed or after the order is validated before delivery. The Customer will then have 48 hours (counting business days, but not weekends or public holidays) to ask for the order to be cancelled or for it to be sent under special conditions (partial delivery), by contacting the Customer Service by e-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org. Beyond that 48-hours period, and if no request is sent by the Customer to the Customer Service, the partial order will be sent for delivery to the Customer.
If the Customer’s bank account had already been debited at the time that the Customer is informed as above, The EUTOPIE e-boutique undertakes to reimburse the Customer as soon as possible for the price of the Product(s) that was (were) not available to the bank account used at order time.
If the Customer asks for the entire order to be cancelled, The EUTOPIE e-boutique undertakes to reimburse the Customer the amounts paid within a maximum of thirty (30) days after they were deducted.
2.2.3. The EUTOPIE e-boutique reserves the right at any time to amend or no longer market the Products offered on the Site; however, such amendments will have no effect on orders that The EUTOPIE e-boutique has already accepted prior to implementing such amendments.
2.3.1. All prices are shown in euros. The applicable prices are those that are shown on the Site at the time at which the Customer places his/her order, unless a printing error occurs. These prices are inclusive of all taxes in Europe and without taxes outside Europe, but do not include local customs costs in the country of delivery, The total price shown on the order summary and the order confirmation e-mail will represent the total amount to be invoiced.
The prices are subject to French VAT and any change in the legal rate of that VAT will be applied to the price of the Products presented on the Site, on the date stipulated by the application decree governing it. For all deliveries outside, the VAT rules as stated in the French Taxation Code will apply.
If the Customer uses a bank card associated with an account that is located outside the Euro Zone, particularly in the United Kingdom, the Customer’s bank may charge currency exchange fees and bank fees, which will be payable solely by the Customer.
2.3.2. The EUTOPIE e-boutique reserves the right to alter its prices at any time without prior notice. Such changes, however, will not affect orders that The EUTOPIE e-boutique accepted prior to the implementation of these changes, subject to the availability of the Products ordered.
ARTICLE 3: ORDERING
3.1. THE ORDERING PROCESS
By browsing the Site, the Customer can find out about the various Products offered for sale on the day s/he views the Site.
The Customer is not committed in any way to make an order by browsing the Site.
While browsing the Site, the Customer who wishes to make an order may do so just by clicking on the “Add to shopping bag” icon that is located next to each Product viewed
Once the Customer does this, s/he will see the number of articles in the basket appear in a box, offering to continue his/her purchases or to finalize the order.
If the Customer decides to finalize his/her order, his/her basket will be displayed on the screen, containing all the items in the order and showing the total amount payable, including shipping costs, the type of Products ordered and their quantity. The Customer can come back to this order, add to it, amend it, or cancel it until it is validated. If the Customer wishes to choose other Products, all s/he needs to do is click on “Continue shopping”. The Product or Products that s/he has already selected will remain in his/her basket.
The Customer is informed that at any time during the ordering process, right up to actual payment of the order under the conditions specified in Article 4, s/he is able to come back to this order, add to it, amend it, or cancel it until it has been finally validated.
Once the selection of the Products has been completed, the Customer will be able to order them by clicking on the “Shopping bag” icon and then, once the basket is on the screen, by clicking on “Proceed to checkout”. Then a new web page will open, inviting the Customer to provide his/her address details by accurately filling in the form provided. The Customer undertakes, in particular, to provide an address to which the delivery can be made during working hours from Monday to Friday, and his/her name and e-mail address.
Once the form has been filled in completely, an order summary will display all the information relating to this order, i.e., among others, the type, quantity and price of the Products, the total amount (including shipping costs) of the order, the Customer’s contact details, the delivery address and the billing address will appear on the screen.
The Customer will be invited, after checking the state of his/her order, to:
– either click on the “Place the order” button to start the payment process for his/her order, under the conditions of Article 4 of these General Terms and Conditions of Sale;- or click on the “Alter your shopping cart” button to amend the characteristics of his/her order and/or his/her personal details.
By clicking on the “Place order now” button during the order process, the Customer must first familiarise himself/herself with these General Terms and Conditions of Sale, and then, secondly, tick a box located opposite the message “I accept the Terms and Conditions”
Once these General Terms and Conditions of Sale have been agreed to, and the order has been confirmed, the PAYPAL payment platform web page, devoted to paying for the order, opens up.
The Customer must then pay for his/her order.
The data recorded by The EUTOPIE e-boutique are proof of all the transactions placed between The EUTOPIE e-boutique and the Customer.
3.2. ORDER CONFIRMATION
3.2.1. Once the order has been confirmed and its payment validated according to the procedures laid out in Article 4 below (provision of the bank card number, its expiry date and, if relevant, the security code), a printable and saveable summary of the Customer’s order will be displayed and will show the order’s references.
The Customer is also notified that The EUTOPIE e-boutique will soon send him/her an e-mail confirming his/her order. The Customer is deemed to have taken note of this confirmation within fifteen (15) minutes of it being sent by The EUTOPIE e-boutique
This confirmation e-mail sent by The EUTOPIE e-boutique will contain the following details:
– the number of the order determined by The EUTOPIE e-boutique when the order is placed by the Customer;
– the summary of the order (identification of the Product(s) ordered, the quantity, the price);
– the total amount of the order, inclusive of all taxes;
– the shipping charges;
– confirmation of payment;
– the conditions and procedures for the right of withdrawal, in accordance with the provisions of Articles L.121-20 of the French Customer Code;
– the procedures relating to delivery of the Product(s) ordered (expected shipping time – maximum of 30 days from order validation).
3.2.2. The EUTOPIE e-boutique retains ownership of the Product(s) ordered until full payment of the price and its ancillary costs, including the shipping costs.
3.2.3. In order to protect itself against credit card fraud, The EUTOPIE e-boutique reserves the right to require additional information (proof of address, copies of bank statements, photocopies of identity and/or credit cards …) in order to verify the legitimacy of a suspicious credit card order.
Unless a reply to The EUTOPIE e-boutique’s request for additional information is received within fifteen (15) days of said request, all suspect credit orders will be immediately cancelled and reimbursement will be made to the bank account that was debited at order time, as soon as possible, and no compensation will be paid.
3.3. PROOF OF THE ORDER:
In general, The EUTOPIE e-boutique and the Customer explicitly agree that e-mails are valid between the Parties, as are the automated recording systems used on the Site, especially as concerns the type and date of the order.
The Customer is entitled to access the electronic contract entered into between the Customer and The EUTOPIE e-boutique, if necessary in accordance with the rules of the regular codified law. To do so, s/he should contact the Customer Service by using the e-mail address : email@example.com, providing all the required information to do this, particularly the order number and his/her contact details.
ARTICLE 4: PAYMENT
4.1. Payment must be made immediately via PAYPAL at the time of the order in Euros.
4.2. The EUTOPIE reserves the right to refuse any order or any delivery in the event that the ceilings shown in the foreword hereto are exceeded, or that a dispute exists with the Customer, of if a previous order by the Customer had not been paid or had only partially been paid, or if the banking authorities refuse to authorise the payment by bank card, or if the order had not been paid or had only partially been paid.
4.3. The Customer guarantees to The EUTOPIE e-boutique that s/he has the authorisations that may be required to use the method of payment selected at the time the order was validated. If the bank refuses, the order will automatically be cancelled, and the Customer will be notified by e-mail.
4.4. The EUTOPIE e-boutique uses the secure payment platform PAY PAL, which guarantees the Customer that the EUTOPIE e-boutique never has access to the confidential details concerning the method of payment that the Customer uses to pay for his/her order. Only the PAY PAL platform is in possession of that information.
That is why the Customer will be asked for his/her bank details each time s/he makes an order on the Site.
ARTICLE 5: DELIVERY AND RECEIPT:
5.1. DELIVERY METHODS:
Once the order has been prepared, it will be sent to the mailing address provided by the Customer when s/he placed his/her order.
At any time, the Customer will be able to follow his/her parcel in the following website : www.colissimo.fr by entering his/her parcel’s number available in the delivery’s confirmation email – except for samples orders for which no tracking is available.
The Customer will be able to follow the progress of his/her delivery on the Site, by clicking on ‘My account” (in the footer of the screen) and entering his/her e-mail address and password provided at order time).
The Product(s) ordered by the Customer will be delivered to the delivery address shown on the delivery slip.
If the Products are delivered by a shipper, if the Customer is not at home, the shipper will leave a non-delivery notice in the Customer’s letter box. The Customer is then required to make contact with the shipper to arrange a new delivery date. However, we emphasise that if the Customer does not contact the shipper, the shipper will make two new attempts to deliver at times and on dates determined at its own discretion.
The Customer is informed that the package will be retained by the shipper for a period of ten (10) days after first presentation.
Since delivery is handled by a third-party service provider, The EUTOPIE e-boutique informs the Customer that it cannot be held liable in any way if the non-execution or faulty execution of this obligation is attributable to the Customer, to an unforeseeable or insurmountable event, or to a case of absolute necessity.
Products that are purchased are shipped by shippers that undertake to deliver the packages within the following average time-frames:
2 business days from dispatch : France, Monaco, Andorra,
3 – 8 business days from dispatch : Germany, Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg , UK , Ireland, Italy , Spain, Portugal , Switzerland, Austria , Denmark, Hungary , Poland, Czech Republic , Slovakia, Slovenia , Estonia, Latvia , Lithuania, Greece, Iceland, Finland , Norway, Sweden , Turkey , North Africa , Canary Islands , Balearic Islands, Ceuta, Melilla, the Azores , Madeira, countries of Eastern Europe , USA , Canada, Australia , China, Japan , Hong Kong, Singapore, Korea Southern , Thailand, Taiwan , Vietnam , India, Russia , Israel , Africa, Middle East, Central and South America , Asia and Oceania .
5 – 10 business days from dispatch : French Territorries Outremer
Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays are not considered to be business days.
In any case, and in accordance with the provisions of Article L.121-20-3 of the French Customer Code, the order will be performed within a maximum of thirty (30) days as of the date following that on which the Customer sent his/her order, subject to full payment of the price.
If the delivery has not been made by the expiry of that time frame, the Customer will be entitled to cancel his/her order as per the conditions specified below in Article 5.3. The amounts paid by the Customer will be refunded to him/her, and no other compensation will be paid.
5.3. DELAY IN DELIVERY:
If the maximum delivery period of thirty (30) days is exceeded and if the Product(s) ordered have not yet been dispatched, the Customer is entitled to exercise his/her right to cancel the order by registered letter with return receipt requested sent to the following address: EUTOPIE –Service Client e-boutique – 25 rue de Ponthieu – 75008 Paris – France.
Once the cancellation right has been exercised, The EUTOPIE e-boutique will make a reimbursement, to the bank account that was debited at order time, as soon as possible, and no other compensation will be paid.
In the case of a partial delivery, the delivery may be made in several stages, and this right will concern only the undelivered balance of the order.
The Customer should notify the Customer Service of any delay in delivery as soon as possible via the Contact page, so that The EUTOPIE e-boutique can commence investigations with the postal services or the shipper. We are bound to inform the Customer that the time to complete an investigation is variable, since The EUTOPIE e-boutique has no control over its progress. If the package is found during such an investigation, it will immediately be re-sent to the place of delivery stated on the delivery slip.
Nonetheless, if at the conclusion of this investigation, it is confirmed that the package containing the Product(s) has been lost, The EUTOPIE e-boutique, at its own cost and expense, will re-send the Product(s) to the Customer or, if the Product(s) is (are) permanently out of stock, will reimburse the Customer, to the bank account that was debited at order time, the amounts deducted, according to the procedures of these General Terms and Conditions of Sale.
Each delivery is deemed to have been completed once the Product(s) has / have been made available to the Customer by the shipper, as shown by the control system used by the shipper.
It is the Customer’s responsibility to check immediately at the time of receipt of the Product(s) that the Product(s) sent is (are) in good condition and compliant with the order.
If the event of delay, breakage or missing items, the Customer should note down complete and accurate reservations on the delivery slip. In any case, the Customer is entitled to make a claim only against the shipper to which s/he should formulate his/her reservations. In accordance with Article L.133-3 of the French Customer Code, any reservation must be confirmed by registered letter to the shipper within three (3) days of receipt.
All reservations of this type must also be provided to The EUTOPIE e-boutique’s Customer Service within the same time-frame and in the same form, at the following address:
EUTOPIE –Service Client e-boutique – 25 rue de Ponthieu – 75008 Paris – France.
The Customer should attach a copy of the complaint sent to the shipper.
Any complaint made after this time-frame or not in line with the required form will be rejected and The EUTOPIE e-boutique will be freed of all liability.
ARTICLE 6: WITHDRAWAL RIGHT AND RETURN RIGHT:
6.1. In accordance with the provisions of Article L.121-20 of the French Customer Code, the Customer has a cooling-off period of seven (7) business days, as of the delivery date of the order, to return, at his/her own cost, the Product(s) ordered that do not satisfy him/her.
However, as per Article L121-20-2 (3°), the Customer may not return the Product(s) and claim any refund if the Product(s) are bottles customised with engraving done on request, according to the Customer’s specifications.
The Product(s) must without fail be sent back in their entirety, in perfect condition and in their original packaging, accompanied by the delivery slip, the invoice and an accompanying letter by mail, to the following address:
EUTOPIE –Service Client e-boutique – 25 rue de Ponthieu – 75008 Paris – France.
The EUTOPIE e-boutique undertakes to reimburse the Customer, to the bank account that was debited at order time, within a maximum of thirty (30) days, as long as the above conditions are complied with.
6.2. Furthermore, for any non-compliant Product, the Customer shall contact The EUTOPIE e-boutique’s Customer Service Department via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. The Customer Service Department will then tell the Customer what steps to take.
The Product(s) must without fail be returned in their original packaging with a copy of the invoice.
The EUTOPIE –Service Client e-boutique – 25 rue de Ponthieu – 75008 Paris – France.
e-boutique does not accept packages that are sent C.O.D.
The Customer remains responsible for any risk associated with the return of the Product(s).
On receipt of the allegedly non-compliant Product(s), The EUTOPIE e-boutique will very soon perform a test of the Product(s). If the non-compliant nature of the Product(s) is confirmed, The EUTOPIE e-boutique will then reimburse the Customer, to the bank account that was debited at order time, for the non-compliant Product(s) within a maximum of thirty (30) days from receipt of the non-compliant Product(s).
ARTICLE 7: RIGHT TO CONFORMITY AND GUARANTEE::
In its capacity as a professional seller, The EUTOPIE e-boutique guarantees that the Products are in conformity with the use expected of them, and do not present defects or hidden defects that make them dangerous or unsuitable for their normal use.
In the event that Product(s) are not in conformity with the information given in the presentation of the Product(s) on the Site, and in accordance with Article L.211-5 of the French Customer Code, or if the Products present hidden defects as specified in Article 1641 of the French Civil Code, their cost will be reimbursed to the Customer.
The EUTOPIE e-boutique undertakes to reimburse the Customer within a maximum of thirty (30) days, as long as the above conditions are complied with.
The Product(s) is (are) subject to the guarantee conditions as specified by law:
“Article L.211-4 of the Customer Code: The seller is required to deliver a good that is in conformity, and is responsible for any defects in conformity that exist when it is delivered. The seller is also responsible for defects in conformity that result from packaging, and from set-up or installation instructions when such conformity was covered by the contract or was performed under its responsibility.”
“Article L.211-5 of the Customer Code: To be in conformity with the contract, the good must:
(1) be suitable for the use ordinarily expected of a similar good and, if relevant:
– correspond to the description provided by the seller and possess the qualities that the seller presented to the buyer in the form of a sample or a model;
– present the qualities that a buyer could legitimately expect, given the public statements made by the seller, by the producer or by its representative, particularly in advertising or on the packaging;
(2) Or present the features defined jointly by the parties or be suitable to any special use sought by the buyer, of which the seller was advised and to which the seller agreed.”
“Article L.211-12 of the Customer Code: The legal action resulting from lack of conformity has a term of limitation of two years as of delivery of the good ”
“Article 1641 of the Civil Code: The seller is bound by the guarantee due to hidden defects of the item sold that render it unsuitable for the use for which it is intended, or that reduce such use to such an extent that the buyer would not have bought it, or would only have paid a lesser price, if s/he had been aware of them.”
“Article 1648 (1) of the Civil Code: Any legal action resulting from latent defects must be brought by the purchaser within two (2) years as of discovery of the defect.”
In the event that the Customer receives Product(s) that is (are) not in conformity or which contains (contain) a hidden defect, the provisions of Article 6.2 above will apply.
ARTICLE 8: LIABILITY
The EUTOPIE e-boutique may not be charged with liability for all the inconveniences or damage inherent in using the Internet, in particular service outages, intrusion from outside or the presence of a computer virus.
Without restricting the scope of the foregoing provisions, The EUTOPIE e-boutique’s liability under this agreement may not exceed an amount equal to the amounts paid or payable in respect of the transaction at the source of said liability, regardless of the cause or form of the legal action involved.
The EUTOPIE e-boutique is not liable for breaches of its obligations, as defined herein that arise out of a case of force majeure.
ARTICLE 9: LEGAL INFORMATION & JURISDICTIONAL CONSIDERATIONS:
9.1. PRIVACY CONSIDERATIONS:
Customers are required to provide the personal information collected in the context of out-of-store selling, since such information is necessary for processing and delivering orders and for issuing the invoices. Such information is treated on a strictly confidential basis, and is used by The EUTOPIE e-boutique or its sub-contractors, which are subject to the same obligations, only for processing orders received. If all the information is not entered, the order will be rejected automatically.
In accordance with the French law on the protection of personal data, law no. 78-17 dated 6 January 1978, a reporting process has been fulfilled concerning the processing of personal details collected by the Site to the “CNIL”, the body charged with ensuring compliance with that law. The Customer has a right to access, amend, rectify and delete personal data collected by The EUTOPIE Fragrances e-boutique that concern him / her.
To exercise this right, the Customer can either contact the Customer Service Department via e-mail or send a letter by post to the following address:
EUTOPIE –Service Client e-boutique – 25 rue de Ponthieu – 75008 Paris – France.
The EUTOPIE e-boutique undertakes not to resell the Customer’s contact details to third-party companies without prior consent.
The Customer may receive informational e-mails from The EUTOPIE e-boutique concerning The EUTOPIE e-boutique’s products and activities. The Customer is entitled to refuse to receive such communication after the event either by not giving his/her consent at the time the order is validated, or by expressing his/her refusal by contacting the Customer Service Department, via e-mail or by sending a letter by post to the following address:
EUTOPIE –Service Client e-boutique – 25 rue de Ponthieu – 75008 Paris – France.
9.2. FORCE MAJEURE:
No Party shall be held liable for total or partial lack of performance of its obligations, if such lack of performance is due to an act of God or to the occurrence of an event that constitutes “force majeure,” such as, in particular, the following examples being given only as indications, flood, fire, storm, lack of raw materials, a transport strike, a partial or total strike, or a lock-out. The Party that was affected by such events shall inform the other Party as soon as possible and within a maximum of five (5) business days from the occurrence of the event.
The Parties agree that they must negotiate as soon as possible to jointly determine ways of performing the order during the term of the force majeure event.
If the force majeure event lasts for longer than one (1) month, The EUTOPIE e-boutique shall be allowed not to honour the order, though The EUTOPIE e-boutique is obliged to reimburse the Customer, if the Customer has paid, the amounts paid by the Customer for the order concerned.
9.3. PARTIAL NON-VALIDATION:
If one or more stipulations of these General Terms and Conditions of Sale are held to be invalid or declared such by the application of a law, a regulation or pursuant to a final court decision, the other stipulations shall retain their entire force and scope.
9.4. NO WAIVER
The fact that one of the Parties did not require the application of any clause of these General Terms and Conditions of Sale, whether on a permanent or temporary basis, shall not in any circumstances be considered as a waiver of the rights of that Party arising out of that clause.
In the event of any difficulty of interpretation between any of the headings of the articles and chapters, and the clause itself, the headings shall be deemed not to exist.
9.6. AMENDMENTS TO THE GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE:
The EUTOPIE e-boutique reserves the right to amend these General Terms and Conditions of Sale at any time. Any new version of them will be announced in advance on the Site.
The version on-line on the Site will, if there is any contest, take precedence over any other versions of these General Terms and Conditions of Sale.
9.6. ENTIRE AGREEMENT:
These General Terms and Conditions of Sale and the order summary sent to the Customer jointly form a contractual unit and make up the whole of the contractual relationship entered into between the Parties.
The EUTOPIE e-boutique may place a cookie on the Customer’s computer during browsing at the Site. This cookie enables The EUTOPIE e-boutique to record information about the browsing of the Customer’s computer at the Site (pages viewed, date and time of viewing, etc.) and also has the goal of providing easy of browsing and ease of use of the Site, especially through the personalisation of some pages. The Customer may decline the recording of cookies by configuring his/her browser to reject cookies.
9.8. APPLICABLE LAW – DISPUTES:
The law that applies to these General Terms and Conditions of Sale and to the orders relating thereto is French law, to the exclusion of the Vienna Convention concerning international sales contracts for goods.
Any dispute that may arise concerning their validity, interpretation or performance that cannot be settled out-of-court by the Parties will be subject to the courts in the jurisdiction of Paris or the courts appointed by the common law provisions.