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The www.anderlaine.com website is operated by :

Anderlaine

Société pluriprofessionnelle d’exercice (SPE) of the professions of Chartered Accountant, Lawyer and Notary, registered with the Ordre des Experts-comptables d’Auvergne et de Rhône-Alpes and the Ordre des Avocats de Chambéry.

Simplified joint-stock company with capital of €363,400
82 rue de la petite eau 73290 la Motte-Servolex
Registered with the RCS of Chambéry under number 747 120 590

Telephone number: 04 79 25 19 18

Mail address: contact@anderlaine.com

Responsible for publication:

This website is edited by Anderlaine.

Publication manager

Nicolas KONIECZNY, Marketing-Communication and Development Director

 

Design & production

This website is designed and created by :

La Bonne Agence

8 rue Jean Prévost – 38000 GRENOBLE – FRANCE

Phone: 04 38 12 09 25 – www.labonneagence.com

 

Hosting

The site is hosted by OVH.

OVH

140 Quai du Sartel

59100 Roubaix-France

Phone : 08 20 32 03 63

Credits / Photos

Anderlaine uses images, illustrations and photographs for its website and has checked with the authors that these are free of rights or has acquired them.

 

Privacy policy

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Liability

Anderlaine is not responsible for the content of other websites linked to this website. Access to all other websites linked to this website is at the user’s own risk.

Anderlaine cannot be held responsible for any direct or indirect damage resulting from the use of this website, or from the impossibility for a third party to use it, or from a malfunction, an interruption, a virus, resulting from the access or use of this website or of any websites linked to it.

 

Mediation

In the event of an unresolved dispute with our company, you may refer the matter to the appropriate mediator in order to attempt, with his or her help, to find an amicable resolution to the conflict. (ART L 616-1 and R 616-1 of the French Consumer Code). As Anderlaine is an SPE, the mediator to be contacted will depend on the professional with whom the dispute has arisen.

The reference site https://www.economie.gouv.fr/mediation-conso/mediateurs-references provides access to the names, contact details and websites of the mediators listed below:

Notary: https://mediateur-notariat.notaires.fr/ 

Lawyer: https://mediateur-consommation-avocat.fr/ and http://mediation-consommation-avocats-aux-conseils.fr/ 

Social protection: https://www.ctip.asso.fr/mediateur-de-la-protection-sociale-ctip/ 

Chartered accountants: https://experts-comptables-aura.fr/ 

 

Applicable professional rules

Notary: Competent professional authority: https://chambre-interdepartementale-de-savoie.notaires.fr/ y
Applicable professional rules: The activities of notaries are governed by Ordinance no. 45-2590 of November 2, 1945, Decree no. 45-0117 of December 19, 1945, Decree no. 71-941 of November 26, 1971, Decree no. 71-942 of November 26, 1971, Decree no. 73-1202 of December 28, 1973, Decree no. 78-262 of April 8, 1978, the Règlement national des notaires, the Règlement inter-cours des notaires.

Lawyer: Competent professional authority: Chambéry Bar Association
Applicable professional rules: Unified Rules of Procedure for the legal profession, Law of December 31, 1971 as amended, Decree of November 27, 1991 and Decree of June 30, 2023 on the Code of Ethics for Lawyers.

Chartered accountant: Competent professional authority: https://experts-comptables-aura.fr/
Applicable professional rules: Code de déontologie des experts-comptables according to decree of March 30, 2012

Statutory auditor: Competent professional authority: https://www.commissaireauxcomptes.fr/

Applicable professional rules: Code de déontologie des commissaires aux comptes Appendix 8-1 – French Commercial Code

 

Reproduction rights

Any copy of a page on this website must be authorized by the publication director. Links to the Anderlaine website may be created freely.

 

Copyright

All pages on this website are protected by French copyright and database protection legislation. No reproduction of this document, even partial, other than that provided for in article L 122-5 of the French Intellectual Property Code, may be made without the express authorization of the publisher.