This site is the property of the Departmental Committee for Speleology and Canyoning of Bouches-du-Rhône (CDSC13)
415 avenue des Templiers
ZA de Napollon
Mobile: 07 70 22 07 84
Siret / Siren: 421 376 666 00028
Publication director and editorial managers:
Jean-Marc Garcia : (President)
< a style = "text-decoration: underline;"> Mickael Roman : (Treasurer and Deputy Technical Advisor of the rescue committee)
Alexandre Zappelli < / a>: (Secretary)
Jean-Marc Garcia : (Technical Advisor of the rescue commission)
Roger Garrone : (Site administrator)
Articles are the sole responsibility of their authors. They are the intellectual property of their authors and consequently, any reproduction, even partial, is prohibited without their authorization.
Site creation and Web-designer:
Antoine Le Dizès
© Copyright CDSC13. Any reproduction is prohibited without the agreement of the CDSC13.
Site hosting: OVH
Headquarters: 2 rue Kellermann - 59100 Roubaix - France.
SAS with a capital of € 10,059,500
RCS Lille Métropole 424 761 419 00045
APE code 6202A
VAT number: FR 22 424 761 419
Processing of your personal data:
All personal data is encrypted and secured using SSL encryption (HTTP S )
By using CDSC13.fr, the User recognizes and accepts that the Departmental Committee of Speleology and Canyonisme des Bouches-du-Rhône (CDSC13) and its team can collect personal and commercial information, information that can identify an individual or concern an identifiable individual. This information is collected using forms to be completed. Some of the said information required is compulsory and necessary for the processing of the User's request. The information stored and collected is processed by the PrestaShop team and its business partners in order to provide the best service, under the best possible conditions, to the User.
In addition, the User acknowledges and agrees that his personal data may be communicated to Contributors in the claims or corrections made to the website or software. They can also be communicated to trading partners for commercial purposes.
Automatic processing of personal data has been declared to the National Commission for Data Protection in France. In accordance with the law, you can access, update, modify and request the deletion of your personal information at any time by writing to this address: email@example.com or contact us at: < / p>
CDSC13 - 415, avenue des Templiers, Parc d'Activités de Napollon 13400 Aubagne (FRANCE) < / span>
Finally, the User acknowledges and agrees that CDSC13 can reveal and communicate his personal information on express request of a judge or a court.
This page is designed to help you better understand these technologies and how we use them on our sites and in the framework of our services, applications and tools. Below is a summary of the key things to know about this.
What is a cookie?
Cookies are small text files (usually letters and numbers) that are stored in the memory of your browser or browser. device when you visit a website or view a message. Cookies allow a website to recognize the browser or device. Like most sites, prestashop.com uses technologies, for the most part, through small data files saved on your device that allow us to record certain information when you visit or use our sites, services, applications, systems. messaging and tools.
There are several types of cookies:
- Session cookies expire when the browser is closed and allow us to link your actions during that particular session. < / span>
- Persistent cookies are stored on your device between browsing sessions and allow us to remember your preferences or actions on several sites.
- Proprietary cookies are issued by the site you are visiting.
- Third party cookies are issued by a third party site separate from the site you are visiting.
What type of cookies does cdsc13.fr use?
1. Cookies from our partners (PrestaShop)
Service providers are companies that help us in different aspects of our business, such as how our site works, how we services, our applications, our advertisements and our tools. We use certain approved service providers to assist us in the dissemination of relevant advertising as part of our services and to other places on the Internet. Said service providers may also place cookies on your device via our services (third-party cookies). They may also collect information that allows them to identify your device, such as your IP address or any other unique or device identifier.
3. Analytical cookies
4. Social media cookies
PrestaShop services may include third-party applications so that our users can share content on social networks. "Share this page" is an example of such applications.
Cookies can be disabled or deleted using tools available in most browsers. Preferences for each of the browsers you use will need to be set separately. Each browser offers different features and options.
To change cookie settings in your browser, go to "options" or "tools" and change the settings. < / span>
General conditions of sale
These general conditions of sale apply to all sales concluded with CDSC13:
- located 415 Avenue des Templiers, 13400 Aubagne, France
- website address: https://cdsc13.fr/
- e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
- phone: 07.70.22.07.84
The CDSC13 markets the following products: double eight canyoning descender-equipeur SFD8.
The customer declares to have read and accepted the general conditions of sale previously when placing his order. The confirmation of the order therefore implies acceptance of the general conditions of sale.
Article 1 - Principles
These general conditions express the entire obligations of the parties. They constitute the sole basis of the commercial relationship between the parties, and, in this sense, the buyer is deemed to accept them without reservation.
These general conditions of sale prevail over any other document, and in particular all conditions terms of purchase. They apply, without restriction or reservation, to all the services rendered by the seller to buyers.
The seller and the buyer agree that these general conditions exclusively govern their relationship. The seller reserves the right to modify its general conditions from time to time. They will be applicable as soon as they are distributed to buyers by mutual agreement.
These general conditions of sale are communicated to any buyer who so requests, in order to allow him to place an order.
These general conditions of sale are applicable until December 31, 2020.
Article 2 - Content
The purpose of these general conditions of sale is to define the rights and obligations of the parties in connection with the sale of goods and products offered by the seller to the buyer.
These conditions only relate to purchases made with the CDSC13 and delivered exclusively in mainland France and Corsica. For any delivery in the DOM-TOM or outside of France, it should be reported to obtain a specific quote.
Article 3 - Confirmation of the order
Accepting the order on the website is equivalent to acceptance by the buyer of the sales prices applied by the seller, delivery times and payment methods of the order.
Acceptance of the order acts as a purchase order and therefore gives rise to confirmation of the order sent by email.
The order is firm and final from its confirmation, the seller will not be allowed to retract or modify the order.
Article 4 - Modification or cancellation of the order / Complaint
Modification or cancellation
Any modification or cancellation of an order requested by the buyer will be taken into account as such between the communication of a quote and the confirmation of the order from the moment it has has been communicated to the seller by the buyer.
Any modification or cancellation of the order by the buyer beyond this period will be taken into account as a complaint. and obliges the seller to pay the seller financial compensation for the material being delivered or being stored.
Any modification or cancellation of order requested by the buyer will be taken into account as a complaint from the confirmation of the order and the first working day following the delivery date. Any complaint made beyond this period will be rejected and will release the seller from all responsibilities towards the buyer.
The seller undertakes to process and resolve the modifications and cancellations as they were indicated by the buyer at the time of a claim subject to compensation of the latter for the costs that this generates.
The buyer must make any claim for error by e-mail to the seller delivery and / or non-conformity of products in kind or in quality compared to the indications appearing on the order form within 24 hours after the delivery date. In this sense, the seller agrees to exchange or reimburse orders whose delivery and non-compliance errors have been verified and approved by both parties.
In this specific case, the return costs are payable by the seller.
Article 5 - Proof of the transaction
The registers, media or archives are computerized and stored in the seller's computer systems under reasonable security conditions. They will be considered as proof of communications, orders and payments between the parties.
Article 6 - Product information
The products governed by these general conditions are those presented as such by the seller, which are indicated as sold and shipped to the buyer by the seller. They are offered while stocks last.
The products are described and presented with the greatest possible accuracy. However, if errors or omissions may have occurred in this presentation, the seller's responsibility could not be engaged.
The photographs of the products are not contractual.
Article 7 - Product warranty / other replacement requests
The seller in no way guarantees the buyer whether it be a lack of conformity or any hidden defect, arising from a design defect, an error in supply, any negligence or fault of the buyer.
However, the buyer can request a replacement for his product. This will be studied for authentication and will follow up on the replacement or not.
The application of the guarantee does not in any case take the form of financial compensation.
In any event, the implementation of the warranty requires a
In this sense, the CDSC13 undertakes to provide technical advice and to answer any questions as far as quality and quality are concerned. amount of information transmitted from the client.
Article 8 - Price, invoicing and payment
The seller reserves the right to modify its prices at any time but undertakes to apply the current prices indicated at the time of the order, subject to availability on this date.
The prices are indicated in euros. They do not take into account the delivery costs, invoiced in addition, and indicated before the confirmation of the order.
There is no minimum amount of invoicing.
The total payment must be made according to the payment methods indicated on the order confirmation document and which have therefore been accepted by the customer.
In the absence of payment methods correctly informed, the buyer must pay all of the amount of the order upon confirmation thereof.
No extension of the deadline will be accepted without the seller's prior agreement, the corresponding postponement costs are always borne by the applicant.
The seller reserves the right to suspend any order management and any delivery in the event of refusal of authorization to pay on the part of officially accredited bodies, in the event of non-payment or in the event of non-compliance with the terms of payment. /> Any significant gradation of the client's financial situation and / or late payment will authorize the CDSC13 to revise the terms of payment and to demand in particular the payment of a deposit or the full payment of a future order from this client. br /> In the event of late payment, the seller is authorized to apply an interest rate to the order proportional to the "rate of claims" fixed by the European Central Bank every six months and proportional to the number of days beyond the deadline of payment, plus 10 points.
If the buyer is acting professionally, the seller is also authorized to ask the buyer for a lump sum of € 40 for collection costs.
Article 9 - Retention of title
The seller retains ownership of the goods sold until the effective payment of the 'full price in principal and accessories in accordance with the provisions of the law of 12-05-1980 (N. 67.563). Failure to pay will give the seller the right to claim goods.
In the event of disappearance of goods, the insurance indemnity resulting from disappearances will revert to CDSC3.
Article 10 - Terms of delivery
The delivery address is the one indicated during the confirmation of the order , for which it is up to the buyer to check its accuracy, a change in the delivery address occurring within the time limit for a complaint will not be the subject of a complaint and will release the seller from all responsibilities. /> An estimate of the delivery date will be communicated at the request of the buyer by the seller but will not be considered as a contractual commitment.
The delivery period takes effect from the date when the order has been sent to the buyer by the seller, it will be indicated on the delivery slip inserted when the order is sent and will also be communicated to the buyer if the latter so requests.
Exceeding this delivery time does not result in the cancellation of the order or a request for revision of price or compensation, except in the case of a written agreement from the seller.
In the event of late delivery, the seller nevertheless undertakes to provide the buyer with a clear answer on the condition delivery progress.
The goods travel at the risk of the recipient, to whom it is up to exercise, if necessary, any recourse against the transport in the form and the times of use .
No responsibility is accepted for rust, wet, damaged or any deterioration occurring to the goods after their shipment or after their availability to the buyer. It will be approved by mutual agreement between the buyer and the seller that these occurred during delivery by assessing the physical condition of the original packaging.
Article 11 - Force majeure
All circumstances beyond the control of the parties, preventing performance under conditions normal obligations, are considered as grounds for exemption from the obligations of the parties and result in their suspension.
The party invoking the above circumstances must immediately notify the other party of their occurrence. > Will be considered as cases of force majeure all facts or circumstances irresistible, external to the parties, unpredictable, inevitable, beyond the control of the parties and which cannot be prevented by the latter, despite all efforts reasonably possible. Expressly, the following are considered force majeure: blocking of means of transport or supplies, earthquakes, fires, storms, floods, lightning, stopping of telecommunications networks or difficulties specific to external telecommunications networks to customers.
The parties will come together to examine the impact of the event and agree on the conditions under which the performance of the contract will be continued. If the case of force majeure lasts more than 3 months, these general conditions may be terminated by the injured party.
Article 12 - Disputes
In the event of disagreement between the two parties due to non-compliance with one of the previous articles of these general conditions of sale, the Commercial Court of Marseilles is the only authority having the competence to manage the disputes of each one and with which it returns to appeal, even in the case of call in guarantee, of plurality of defendant and notwithstanding all contrary clauses. > Before that, the two parties nevertheless undertake to endeavor to find an amicable solution, within reason, to any dispute which may oppose them.
The partner federations of the reduction offer to € 27.5 per unit for SFD8 and shot-peened SFD8 and € 31 per unit for red anodized SFD8 and blue anodized SFD8 are: FFS, FFME, ICAN and others , do not hesitate to contact us .
Information regarding online dispute resolution pursuant to Art. 14 Para. 1 of the ODR (Online Dispute Resolution Regulation):
The European Commission gives consumers the opportunity to resolve online disputes pursuant to Art. 14 Para. 1 of the ODR on one of their platforms. The platform (http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr) serves as a site where consumers can try to reach out-of-court settlements of disputes arising from online purchases and contracts for services.