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This site is hosted by the Ministry of Culture and Communication.
The individual responsible for access to administrative documents and for questions concerning the re-use of public information (Article 24 of Act 78-753 of 17 July 1978 relative to free access to administrative documents and the re-use of public data) is:
Assistant Director for Legal Affairs,
182 rue Saint-Honoré,
75033 Paris Cedex 01 France
Tél : +33 1 40 15 38 60 , télécopie : +33 1 40 15 88 45
In her absence, this responsibility will be handled by:
Deputy Assistant Director for Legal Affairs
182 rue Saint-Honoré,
75033 Paris Cedex 01 France
Tél : 01 40 15 38 52 , télécopie : 01 40 15 88 45,
The data displayed on this site are given for information purposes only.
They may be modified at any time and without prior notice.
The Ministry of Culture and Communication may not be held liable for damages, direct or indirect, foreseeable or unforeseeable, including loss of earnings or profits, loss of data, loss of hardware, and any repair, recovery or reproduction costs resulting from the use and/or the impossibility of using the services and content on this website.
Under the provisions of Articles 38, 39 and 40 of Act 78-17 of 6 January 1978 on data processing, data files and individual liberties, you have the right to access, correct and object to your personal data or to data of a deceased person for whom you are the assignee.
The user agrees to not carry out operations that may be deleterious to the proper functioning of the website, to the completeness of the information displayed and to the image of the Ministry of Culture and Communication. The user also agrees to be particularly vigilant when using the elements made available to him or her, and to take normal precautions of use.
Under the provisions of Article 25 of the aforementioned Act of 6 January 1978 on data processing, data files and individual liberties, permission must be given for:
« "…automatic processing whose purpose is:
- the combination of files of one or several legal entities who manage a public service and whose purposes relate to different public interests;
- the combination of other entities’ files of which the main purposes are different. ».
The present website may provide links and references to other websites, but the Ministry of Culture and Communication is in no way responsible for the content of these other sites, and may not be held liable for any resulting injury or damages. Links to other sites are supplied to users only as a matter of convenience.
Despite careful attention by the editorial team, the site may contain involuntary errors or omissions. Please send us any comments or requests via the site's "Contact" section.
Certain content displayed on the sites of the Ministry of Culture and Communication is protected by intellectual property rights, and in particular by Articles L.112-2 et seq. and L.341-1 of the Intellectual Property Code. All rights are reserved, including for downloadable documents and iconographic and photographic representations.
All reproduction, representation, use, disclosure or modification, by any means whatsoever, of part of all of the website, or of part or all of the various documents covered by literary and artistic property rights, without prior authorisation being obtained from the Ministry of Culture and Communication and the authors or their assignees, is strictly forbidden and shall constitute an infringement of copyright (Article L.335-2 et seq. of the Intellectual Property Code).
In cases where intellectual works are in the public domain, the title of the work, the author's name and its place of preservation/deposit shall be listed and associated with the work.
The re-use of public information displayed on this website is allowed, unless third parties hold intellectual property rights.
Any re-use of public information shall be subject to the condition that the information not be altered, that its meaning not be transformed, and that its sources and update dates are mentioned.
The re-use of public information for commercial or advertising use shall take place under the terms of a license agreement negotiated with the administration, which may involve a licensing fee (Model agreement for the re-use of public information). In the absence of such an agreement, the data may only be used for private purposes for the personal use of the user.
The re-use of public information containing private data shall be subject to compliance with the provisions of Act 78-17 of 6 January 1978 on data processing, data files and individual liberties.
Re-use of public information in violation of the provisions set out above is punishable by a fine issued by the Commission on Access to Administrative Documents.