Legal Notice


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Entity responsible for the publication: Didier VIAL
Parlym Project Management.
4 rue jacques daguerre
CS 90153
92565 Rueil Malmaison Cedex

This site has been declared to the French National Commission on Information Technology and Liberties (CNIL).


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Webdesign: Netenvie (Website creation in Marseille and Martigues).

Automation: Joomla.


You have the right to access, modify, rectify and delete data concerning you (Art. 34 of the “Informatique et Libertés” Law of 6 January 1978). To exercise it, send us an e-mail on this page or a letter by writing to: Parlym Project Management 4, rue jacques daguerre, CS 90153 92565 Rueil Malmaison Cedex.


The videos, photos, texts, and logos contained on this website are protected by intellectual property rights owned by Parlym Project Management and its assignees. Software and applications are protected by intellectual property rights owned by third parties.

Their use is subject to authorisation and exclusively reserved for communication and advertising purposes concerning Parlym Project Management, its brand, services, and products.

Any other use, transmission, redistribution, or reproduction of these photos, texts, logos and applications for any purpose other than that described above, including on another website without the prior express written consent of Parlym Project Management, is strictly prohibited.

Any reproduction (transfer to another medium) or use of data from this website is exclusively limited to the personal and private use of Internet users, to the exclusion of any distribution, in particular for commercial use.

Any reproduction or use, even for private purposes, of all or a substantial part of the data on this website is strictly prohibited and liable to prosecution in accordance with articles L 343-1 and following of the Intellectual Property Code, national regulations, and international conventions in force.

Violation of these mandatory provisions subjects the offender, and all persons responsible, to the criminal and civil penalties provided for by law.


Certain parts of the site install a “cookie” on your computer. A cookie does not allow us to identify you.
In general, it records information relating to your computer’s browsing on our site (the pages you have consulted, the date and time of consultation, etc.) that we will be able to read during your subsequent visits. This way, you may not have to fill out certain forms again, or we may be able to better direct your navigation.
The length of time this information is stored on your computer varies and can be up to one year.

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