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Editorial responsibility
This website is published by www.isabellegeorges.com. The publishing director is Sophie Dufour in her capacity as President. Access to and participation in the content of the Website are subject to the General Conditions of Use, which the User is invited to read.

Website hosting
The Website is hosted by IONOS SARL France – 7 place de la Gare – 57201 Sarreguemines – France.

Responsibility for processing personal data
Users are not required to provide any Personal Data in order to browse the Website. www.frederiksteenbrink.com may collect Personal Data when subscribing to a membership or via the Contact section. www.frederiksteenbrink.com is responsible for processing Personal Data collected on the Website and is the sole and exclusive recipient thereof. For any questions or requests relating to the exercise of the right to access, modify, rectify or delete Personal Data concerning him/her, the User should contact: contact@isabellegeorges.com.

Graphic and photographic credits
The graphics and photographs on the Website come from different sources.

Modification of legal notices
www.isabellegeorges.com reserves the right to modify the Legal Notice at any time. Changes made to the Legal Notice come into force as soon as they are put online and are deemed to be accepted without reservation by the User. Consequently, the User is invited to consult the Legal Notice on a regular basis.

The Legal Notice has been drawn up in accordance with French law, and in particular with the provisions of the law of June 21, 2004 on confidence in the digital economy, and the law of January 6, 1978, as amended by the law of August 6, 2004 on data processing, data files and individual liberties. In the event of a dispute, and after an attempt has been made to reach an amicable settlement, any dispute relating to the acceptance, validity, interpretation, application or execution of any of the provisions of the Legal Terms is expressly referred to the Courts of the Paris Court of Appeal, which shall have sole jurisdiction, regardless of the place of subscription and notwithstanding plurality of defendants or the introduction of third parties.