In this category are the characteristics of RESIMARMO. It also contains the history of the marble and the site plan. The legal provisions contain the legal notices, the general conditions of sale and the general conditions of use. All these documents are necessary for the operation of a website. In any case, these pages must necessarily be present on the sites, as it is a legal obligation. But it also allows our customers to be reassured that we are merchants who comply with the legislation. Most of our visitors will not read these pages, but they will just want to know that they are there. A customer who decides to place an order with RESIMARMO always does so by comparing the risk he takes and the benefit he will derive from it. The more expensive the product he wants to buy, the greater his risk. But the confidence he has in us and in our sites will reduce this risk in his eyes.


Intellectual property

Intellectual property.

Terms of use


Article 1. Legal notes

The site In accordance with Article 6 of Act No. 2004-575 of 21 June 2004 on trust in the digital economy, we read the identity of the various stakeholders, in the context of its implementation and follow-up.

The site is maintained by:
The Director of Publication:

Erick Berneth.

The site  is hosted by:

O2switch, whose head office is located

22-224 Boulevard Gustave Flaubert

63000 Clermont Ferrand – France.

Phone: (33) 04/44/44/60/40



Article 2. Presentation of the site

Online sales of marble granules mixed with resin for patios, pool terraces, tracks, parckings etc …

Article 3. Contact


Copyright - Intellectual property

Copyright – Intellectual property.

Head office:






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(The offices are not opened to the public)

Viale Cassiodoro, 3

20145 MILANO (MI)

P.I / C.F: 05696120962

R.E.A: MI-1841120


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(The offices are not opened to the public)

 Via Borgo San Siro, 15

27026 Garlasco (PV)



(The offices are not opened to the public)

27, Rue Saint Philippe

“Palais de Madrid”

06000 NICE


Article 4. Acceptance of conditions

The access and the use of the site are subject to acceptance and compliance with these Terms of Use.
The publisher reserves the right to modify the site and services at any time without notice and its terms, including changes to the site, by providing new features, or deleting or modifying existing features.
It is therefore advisable for the user to refer to these conditions before sending the latest version of the TOS, accessible at all times on the site. If you do not agree with the terms, the use of the site may not be operational.

Article 5. Access and navigation on

The publisher implements the technical solutions available to him to allow access to the site, seven days 7. However, he may at any time suspend, restrict or terminate access to the Site or on a few pages to make updates Changes to its content or any other measure deemed necessary for the proper functioning of the site.
The connection and the navigation on the site is worth the acceptance of these Terms of Use, whatever the technical means of access and terminals used.
It may apply these terms, if any, to any variation or extension of the site on existing or future social networks.

Article 6. Management of the site

For the good management of the site, the publisher can at any time:

– Suspend, terminate or restrict your access to all or part of the site, restrict access to the site, or parts of the site for a defined user class
– Remove all information that may affect the operation or violate national or international law or the rules of “netiquette”
– Suspend the site to make updates.


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Intellectual property – bright idea.

Article 7. Services reserved for registered users

7.1 Registration

Access to certain services, including all paid services, is conditional on user registration.
Registration and access to the services of the site are reserved exclusively for the legally qualified natural persons, who have completed and validated the online registration form on the site, and these Terms and Conditions.
Upon registration, the user agrees to provide accurate, truthful and up-to-date information about his / her person and marital status. The user will also be urged to perform periodic verification of his data to maintain accuracy.
The user must therefore provide a valid e-mail address, for which the site will send a confirmation of registration for its services. An e-mail address can not be used repeatedly to register services.
All messages sent from and its partners are considered to be received and read by the user. It is therefore committed to regularly consult the messages received on this email address and respond within a reasonable time, if necessary.
Only one registration on the site is allowed per individual.
The user is provided with an identifier that allows access to a space reserved for the Personal Space, in addition to entering the password.
The identifier is definitive, but the password can be modified by the user online in his personal space. The password is personal and confidential, you agree not to disclose it to third parties.
Reservations RESIMARMO® reserves the right to refuse an application for registration services for non-compliance with any of the provisions of these terms and conditions.

7.2 Cancellation

The duly registered user may At any time request the cancellation by visiting his page in his personal space. Any unsubscription of the Site will be effective immediately after the user has filled in the form for this purpose.

Article 8. Liability

The publisher is not responsible for the content that it has changed. The publisher declines any responsibility for: – In case of problems Or technical malfunctions, the computer or the compatibility of the site with hardware or software of any kind – Direct or indirect, tangible or intangible, foreseeable or unpredictable resulting from the use or difficulty of using the website Or service – The nature of the Internet, in particular the unreliability and lack of security of information – The illegal content or activities using its website and, Without its knowledge duly taken under Law n ° 2004-575 of 21 June 2004 for confidence in the digital economy and Law n ° 2004- 801 of 6 August 2004 on the protection of natural persons in In addition, the site does not guarantee the accuracy, completeness and timeliness of the information that is disclosed there.

You are responsible for:

– The protection of its equipment and data

– The use of the site or the service

– If it does not respect the letter or the spirit of these Conditions.




Article 9. Hyperlinks

The site may contain hyperlinks to other websites on which does not respect the letter or the spirit of these conditions. Have no control. Despite the preventive and periodic checks carried out by the publisher, we decline any responsibility for the content that can be found on these sites. The publisher allows the creation of hypertext links to any page or document from its website, Provided that the establishment of such links does not occur for commercial or advertising purposes. In addition, preliminary information from the publisher of the site is required before hyperlinking. ‘They display illegal, violent, polemical, pornographic, xenophobic content or that may affect the sensitivity of many. Finally, reserves the right to remove a hyperlink to your site at any time, is not considered, in accordance with its editorial policy.

Article 10. Collection of data

The site is exempted from declaration to the National Commission of Data Processing and Liberties (CNIL) in the As it does not collect user data.

Article 11. Cookies

The site may use cookie techniques which enable it to develop statistics and traffic information, easier navigation and better service for the comfort of users. The user, who can oppose the registration of these “cookies” by configuring their browser.

Article 12. Intellectual property


Copyrigth right of ownership

Copyrigth right of ownership.

The structure of the site, but also text, graphics, images, photographs, sounds, videos and computer applications are the property of the publisher and are protected by intellectual property laws. Any representation, reproduction, adaptation or exploitation of the partial or total content, brands and services offered by the site, Any means, without the express prior written consent of the publisher, is strictly prohibited and is likely to constitute an offense under articles L . 335-2 of the Intellectual Property Code. The access to the site does not imply the recognition of a right and, in general, does not confer any intellectual property rights relating to an element of the site, which remain the property of the site. And “the user is prohibited from entering any data on the site that changes or is likely to alter its content or appearance.”

Article 13. Applicable Law and Jurisdiction

These Terms of Use are governed by By French law. In the event of a dispute and in the absence of an amicable agreement, the dispute shall be brought before the French courts in accordance with the rules applicable to jurisdiction.


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E-commerce logistics.


The site is the property of the seller:



European Headquarters



Decopierre Italia

Viale Cassiodoro, 3

20145 MILANO (MI)

P.I / C.F: 05696120962

R.E.A: MI-1841120

Whose registered office is located at the following address:


Via Borgo San Siro, 15

27026 Garlasco PV

sales tax number of the seller:

R.E.A: MI-1841120

It numero individual tax code del venditore:

R.E.A .: MI-1841120


  RESIMARMO Subsidiary France

27, Rue Saint Philippe – Palace of Madrid

06000 Nice

The terms of sales. The following provisions are intended to define the terms of sales of the sites:,,,,,,,,,,,

These terms of sales define the contractual rights and obligations of the seller and his customer in the context of the distance selling of simple products and elaborated products.

The terms of sales govern exclusively the relationship between the supplier and the customer.

The terms of sales represent all the obligations of the parties. The customer is deemed to accept without reservation, otherwise the order will not be validated.

In case of doubt about one of the terms of sales, the procedures in force in the sales sector by companies based in France apply (most binding procedures)

The seller reserves the right to modify the terms of sales. The changes will take effect at the time of online publication.

Article 1. Online product or shop

Through the website, the seller provides the customer with a catalog or an online shop with the products sold without the photographs having a contractual value.

The products are described and presented as accurately as possible. However, errors or omissions in the presentation will sometimes occur, they will not engage the responsibility of the seller and will be corrected as soon as possible. They will no longer engage the buyer’s responsibility. An honest reasonable arrangement will take place piecemeal, error being human in essence.

Products are subject to availability.

Prices and prices for the sale of products can be found in the online catalog or shop.

Article 2. Price (terms of sales)

The seller reserves the right to modify his prices at any time by publishing online.

Only apply the current rates listed in order, depending on the availability of the product on that date.

Prices are in Euros (incl. VAT and excl. VAT) and do not include shipping costs, which are extra. Shipping costs are indicated before the order is validated by the customer.

Prices include applicable taxes on the date of the order and any change in the rate of these taxes will be reflected in the price of the product catalog or online shop. If one or more taxes or contributions, in particular environmental taxes, were to be created or modified, such as downwards, this change will be reflected in the selling prices of the products.
The total amount of the order (including taxes) will take into account the shipment if the customer opts for this choice, it is indicated before the final validation of the order. The customer can remove his order himself, to charge him to tell the seller the details of the pickup by mail.

The payment of the order will be as it is usual in the sale of e-commerce, 30% of the VAT on order (online) with one of the means proposed on the site, the balance on delivery. Additional means of payment are under consideration.

Article 3. Order online


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The customer has the possibility to fill an order online, by means of an electronic form. By completing the online form, the customer accepts the price and description of the products.

The customer must accept by clicking on the indicated place of these general conditions of sale, so that the order is validated.

The customer must provide a valid e-mail address and delivery address and acknowledge these terms of sales. Any exchange with the seller can act via this address.


The customer will choose the shipping method and will validate the method of payment.

The seller reserves the right to block the customer’s order in the event of non-payment, an incorrect address or any other problem involving the customer until the eventual cancellation of the order.

Article 4. Confirmation and order of payment

This is an order with obligation to pay, which means that the ordering order involves payment from the customer.

4.1 Payment

The customer makes the first payment of 30% of the order and finalizes by paying the balance before delivery. The final payment will be made before the delivery truck leaves, it will be necessary to give the credit card number if this method of payment has been chosen.

In the event of a dispute or fraudulent use of the card, without the physical use of the card (using the card number), any person may challenge within 70 days from the date of the transaction by transmitting the complaint by email to the address below:


For any disputes not made in the rules defined above, the time will not be taken into account and will release the seller of all responsibilities.

The vendor has established a process for verifying the order and payment methods that are reasonably designed to ensure the use of a means of payment, including by requesting customer identification data. In case of refusal of credit card authorization by the accredited bodies or in case of non-payment, the seller reserves the right to suspend or cancel the order and its delivery. The seller reserves the right to refuse an order from a buyer who has not fully or partially settled a previous order or with which a dispute of payment is in progress.

4.2 Confirmation of the order

Upon receipt of the validation of the purchase and payment by the customer, the seller sends to the e-mail address specified by the customer, the acknowledgment of receipt and a copy of the contract for printing. The seller is obliged to send an invoice to the customer at the latest on delivery. The customer may require the invoice to be sent to another delivery address by sending a request to the customer service department (see contact information below) prior to delivery. In case of unavailability of a product, the seller will keep the customer informed by e-mail as soon as possible in order to cancel the order of the product or its replacement by another product and, if necessary, to refund its price, the rest of the order remaining firm and definitive. For questions regarding the status of an order, the customer can contact customer service by email at the following address:


Article 5. Electronic signature

In accordance with the provisions of Law No. 2000-230 of 13 March 2000, the online supply of the credit card number and the final validation of the order are proof of the client’s consent for the applicability of the amounts due under the order. The electronic signature is the express acceptance of all operations.

Article 6. Trial transaction (Conditions of sale)

Communications, orders and payments between the customer and the seller will be demonstrated through the records stored in the vendor’s computer systems under reasonable conditions of security. Purchase orders and invoices are archived on a reliable and durable basis.

Article 7. Payment

All forms of payment available to the customer are listed on the seller’s website. The customer guarantees that the seller has the necessary authorizations to use the method of payment chosen by him, at the time of the order.

Article 8. Shipping

Delivery is made after confirmation of payment by the banking organization.

The products are delivered to the address indicated by the customer on the order form which is online, the customer will first ensure to ensure the accuracy. Each parcel returned to the seller following an incorrect or incomplete delivery address will be returned at the buyer’s expense. Except in cases of force majeure, the delivery is carried out, according to the mode chosen by the customer, within the following time limits:

Delivery of 6 to 8 days depending on mileage. 2 to 4 days for Premium delivery. 2 to 3 days for express delivery. A storage provision for our customers whose delivery point is difficult to access is currently under consideration.

8.1 Delivery and delay of delivry (terms of sale)

In case of delay in delivery, the seller will inform the customer that he can withdraw from the contract and request a refund within 14 days of notification. The total refund of the costs and the delivery of the products are then carried out. The contract must be canceled by e-mail at the following address:


8.2 Verification of orders (conditions of sale)

If, at the time of delivery, the original packaging is damaged, torn open, the customer must check the condition of the products. If they have been damaged, the purchaser must imperatively refuse the package and note a reserve on delivery. The customer must indicate on the delivery note and in handwritten form any anomaly concerning the delivery. The verification of the product is considered to have taken place once the customer, or a person authorized by it, has signed the delivery note. The customer must, if necessary, inform the seller of his reservations at the following address:


Any claims not made in the rules defined above and in the time indicated, will not be taken into account and will release the seller of all responsibilities towards the customer.

8.3 Return control

Products for exchange or refund will be returned to the seller as a whole and in the original packaging as follows:

Products returned within 15 days from the delivery date to the following address:



Via Borgo San Siro, 15

27026 Garlasco PV


Any complaints or not returned in the above rules and within the time limits can not be taken into account and will free the seller of all implications with the customer. All products for exchange or refund will be returned to the seller as a whole and in its original packaging.

The costs of return will be borne by the customer.

Article 9. Products Warrants

The seller warrants that the product complies with the contract. The customer may make an application under the legal guarantee of conformity in accordance with articles L. 211-4 of the Consumer Code or under the guarantee of defects referred to in article 1641 of the Civil Code.

9.1 Legal guarantee of conformity

The customer has a period of 2 years from the delivery of the product to implement the legal guarantee of conformity.

9.2 Warranties (Conditions of Sale)

If the customer uses the defects warranty under article 1641 of the Civil Code, he may choose to resolve the sale or a price reduction in accordance with article 1644 of the Civil Code.

Article 10. Non availability and repayment (Conditions of sale)

In case of unavailability of a product ordered, the customer will be informed by e-mail. The customer will have the option to cancel the order and will then have the choice between a refund of the sums paid by him within 30 days at the latest of their payment, or exchange the product.

Article 11. Right of withdrawal (General Terms and Conditions of Sale)

The customer can exercise the right of withdrawal and return the product within 14 working days, following the order, like all terms of sales of the French law. Customers use the right of withdrawal by contacting customer service by email at the following address:


After communicating its decision to withdraw, the customer then has 14 days to return or for restitution. Any withdrawal or return not being made in the rules defined above, the time will not be taken into account and the seller will be exonerated from all responsibilities towards the customer.

The customer may request an exchange or refund of the returned product, without penalty, except for the return costs which will be borne by the customer. However, in case of return, the shipping costs can be invoiced again to the customer. The return or the change of the product will be accepted only for the intact products and in their state of origin.

Certain products, for their intrinsic quality, can not be subject to the right of withdrawal, and can not be reimbursed, including, but not limited to, the products referred to in Article L. 121-21-8 of the Code of consumption, that is to say: all products which can not by nature be redirected, any perishable products, all videos and all printed products etc.

Article 12. Data protection

The Seller will retain in its computer systems under reasonable test conditions, the transaction involving the order and the security invoice. The seller guarantees to the customer the protection of the personal data of the latter. The seller made a declaration to the CNIL in this respect under the number “plan for France”. By means of these general conditions of sale, the customer has the right to access, rectify and delete the information collected by e-mail to the following address:


* The site is exempted from reporting to the French National Commission for Data Processing and Liberties (CNIL) insofar as it does not collect personal data on users.

Article 13. Greater force (Conditions of Sale)

Parties shall be released from their obligations in circumstances beyond their control which constitute a case of force majeure which would have prevented their implementation. The obligations of the parties shall be suspended. The party invoking these circumstances shall notify the other party immediately after the appearance and disappearance. Force majeure or circumstantial interest shall mean external situations which are unpredictable and inevitable and which are beyond the control of the parties and which can not be prevented by the parties, despite all the reasonable efforts defined by the French courts, including the blocking of means of transport or supplies, earthquakes, fires, storms, floods, lightning, and the cessation of telecommunications. If the problem lasts more than three months, these terms may be terminated by the injured party.

Article 14. Partial Invalidity

If one or more provisions of these terms of sales are to be declared null and void by application of the law, regulation or final decision of a French court, the other provisions shall remain in full force and effect .

Article 15. Applicable law and jurisdiction (Conditions of sale)

The seller is located in a stable and sustainable European country to effectively carry out its activities, in the case of a company, this is the location of its headquarters. The French law is the most restrictive for the seller, it is this right that will be applied to all commercial transactions. The law of all countries of the European Community can also be cited. Moreover, these terms are subject to the application of French law and the provisions of the commercial law of the “International Convention of Vienna”. In case of dispute or complaint, the customer must first contact the seller to obtain an amicable solution. In the absence of an agreement, the customer is contracted as a consumer. He may institute proceedings in the city court where the seller’s registered office is located.






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Salle d’audience.

Legal Information


1. Presentation of the site.

In accordance with article 6 of the law n° 2004-575 of 21 June 2004 on trust in the digital economy, users of the website are informed of the identity of the various parties involved in its implementation and monitoring:

Owner: Mickaël Bertolaso – SAS Mikaël Bertolaso – DECOPIERRE Italia – Viale Cassiodoro, 3 – 20145 MILANO (MI) Creator: Mickaël Bertolaso

Publication manager: Mickaël Bertolaso – The person responsible for publication is a natural or legal person. Webmaster: Erick Berneth –

Host: O2Switch – 222-224 Boulevard Gustave Flaubert – Clermont-Ferrand – 63000 – France

Credits: Mickaël Bertolaso, Erick de Noailles, Erick Berneth, Ralph Berneth.

The model of legal mentions is offered by Subdelirium. com Model of legal notice

Crédits : Mickaël Bertolaso, Erick de Noailles, Erick Berneth, Ralph Berneth.

Group / Companies / Head office :






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(The offices are not open to the public)

Viale Cassiodoro, 3

20145 MILANO (MI)

P.I / C.F: 05696120962

R.E.A: MI-1841120

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(The offices are not open to the public)

Via Borgo San Siro, 15

27026 Garlasco (PV)


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(The offices are not open to the public)

27, Rue Saint Philippe

“Palais de Madrid”

06000 NICE


2. General conditions of use of the site and the services offered.


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The use of the implies full acceptance of the legal mentions and the conditions of use described below. These terms of use may be modified or supplemented at any time, users of the website are therefore invited to consult them regularly.

This site is normally accessible to users at all times. However, Mickaël Bertolaso may decide to interrupt for technical maintenance reasons, and Mickaël Bertolaso will endeavour to inform users of the dates and times of the intervention beforehand.

The website is regularly updated by Mickaël Bertolaso. In the same way, the legal mentions can be modified at any time: they are nevertheless binding on the user who is invited to refer to them as often as possible in order to become aware of them.

3. Description of services provided.

The purpose of the website is to provide information on all the company’s activities.

Mickael Bertolaso endeavours to provide as accurate information as possible on the website. However, it cannot be held responsible for omissions, inaccuracies and deficiencies in the update, whether due to itself or to third parties providing this information.

All the information provided on the website is given for information purposes only and is subject to change. The information on is not exhaustive. They are subject to change without notice.

4. Limitations contractuelles sur les données techniques.

The site uses JavaScript technology.

The Internet site cannot be held responsible for material damages linked to the use of the site. In addition, the user of the site undertakes to access the site by using a recent material, not containing any virus and with a browser of last generation updated.

5. Intellectual property and counterfeit.

Mickael Bertolaso is the owner of the intellectual property rights or holds the right to use all the elements accessible on the site, in particular the texts, images, graphics, logo, icons, sounds, software.

Any reproduction, representation, modification, publication, adaptation of all or part of the elements of the site, whatever the means or the process used, is forbidden, except prior written authorization of: Mickael Bertolaso.

Any unauthorized use of the site or any of the elements it contains will be considered as constituting an infringement and will be prosecuted in accordance with the provisions of articles L. 335-2 and following of the Intellectual Property Code.

6. Limitations of liability.

Mickael Bertolaso shall also not be held liable for indirect damages (such as loss of market or loss of opportunity) resulting from the use of the website, resulting either from the use of equipment that does not meet the specifications indicated in point 4, or from the occurrence of a bug or incompatibility.

Mickael Bertolaso shall also not be held liable for indirect damages (such as loss of market or loss of opportunity) resulting from the use of the website.

Interactive spaces (possibility to ask questions in the contact area) are available to users. Mickael Bertolaso reserves the right to remove, without prior notice, any content deposited in this space that contravenes the legislation applicable in France, in particular the provisions relating to data protection. If necessary, Mickael Bertolaso also reserves the right to challenge the user’s civil and/or criminal liability, in particular in the event of racist, insulting, defamatory or pornographic messages, whatever the medium used (text, photograph…)

7. Personal data management.


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Big data.

In France, personal data are notably protected by law no. 78-87 of 6 January 1978, law no. 2004-801 of 6 August 2004, article L. 226-13 of the Penal Code and the European Directive of 24 October 1995.

When using the, the following may be collected: the URL of the links through which the user has accessed the, website, the user’s Internet Protocol (IP) address, and the user’s Internet service provider.

In any event, Mickael Bertolaso only collects personal information relating to the user for the purpose of certain services offered by the The user provides this information in full knowledge of the facts, in particular when he makes his own data entry. It is then specified to the user of the site the obligation or not to provide this information.

In accordance with the provisions of articles 38 et seq. of the law 78-17 of 6 January 1978 relating to information technology, files and freedoms, all users have the right to access, rectify and oppose personal data concerning them, by making a written and signed request, accompanied by a copy of the identity document with signature of the holder of the document, specifying the address to which the reply must be sent.

No personal information of the user of the website nis published without the user’s knowledge, exchanged, transferred, transferred, transferred or sold on any medium to third parties. Only the hypothesis of the purchase of Mickael Bertolaso and its rights would allow the transmission of the said information to the potential purchaser who would in turn be bound by the same obligation to preserve and modify the data with respect to the user of the

The site is not declared to the CNIL because it does not collect personal information.

The databases are protected by the provisions of the Act of 1 July 1998 transposing Directive 96/9 of 11 March 1996 on the legal protection of databases.

8. Hypertext links and cookies.

The site contains a number of hyperlinks to other sites, set up with the permission of Mickael Bertolaso. However, Mickael Bertolaso does not have the possibility to check the content of the sites visited, and will not assume any responsibility for this fact.

The navigation on the website is likely to cause the installation of cookie (s) on the user’s computer. A cookie is a small file, which does not allow the identification of the user, but which records information relating to the navigation of a computer on a site. The data obtained in this way is intended to facilitate subsequent browsing of the site, and is also intended to allow for various traffic measurements.

Refusal to install a cookie may result in the impossibility of accessing certain services. However, the user can configure his or her computer as follows to refuse the installation of cookies:

Under Internet Explorer: tool tab (pictogram in the upper right hand corner) / internet options. Click Privacy and choose Block All Cookies. Confirm on Ok.

Under Firefox: at the top of the browser window, click the Firefox button, then go to the Options tab. Click on the Privacy tab. Set the Retention Rules to: use custom settings for history. Finally, uncheck it to disable cookies.

Under Safari: Click on the menu icon (symbolized by a cog in the upper right corner of the browser. Select Settings. Click Show Advanced Settings. In the “Privacy”section, click Content Settings. In the “Cookies”section, you can block cookies.

Under Chrome: Click on the upper right hand side of the browser on the menu icon (symbolized by three horizontal lines). Select Settings. Click Show Advanced Settings. In the “Privacy”section, click on preferences. In the “Privacy”tab, you can block cookies.

9. Applicable law and jurisdiction.


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Jurisdiction and applicable law.

Any litigation in connection with the use of the site is subject to French law. The competent courts of Paris have exclusive jurisdiction.

10. The main laws concerned.

Act No. 78-17 of 6 January 1978, as amended by Act No. 2004-801 of 6 August 2004 on information technology, files and freedoms.

Law No. 2004-575 of 21 June 2004 on trust in the digital economy.

11. Glossary.

User: Internet user logging in, using the aforementioned site.

Personal information: “information that allows, in any form whatsoever, directly or indirectly, the identification of the natural persons to whom they apply” (Article 4 of Law No. 78-17 of 6 January 1978).





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The right and the law

The right and the law.


Legal dispositions


The legal dispositions for a website

The law requires companies to enter certain mandatory legal dispositions on a website through easy access to the page. The objective is first and foremost the protection of users, enabling them to identify and contact the webmasters of the sites visited. This applies to both the publisher of a professional website and to the author of a personal blog, because in both cases, both people are responsible for all the content available on their website.

In France, Law No. 2004-575 of June 21, 2004 for Confidence in the Digital Economy (LCEN) specifies a series of indications about the publisher. The website of any publisher, “is how, personal Or professional, “must respect and have a compulsory legal opinion.

In France, Law No. 2004-575 of June 21, 2004 for Confidence in the Digital Economy (LCEN) specifies a series of indications about the publisher. The website of any publisher, “is how, personal Or professional, “must respect and have a compulsory legal opinion.

The legal dispositions. When a website is published by a company.

The “properties” of the site must contain at least:

  • The name
  • Headquarters
  • A phone number
  • The name of the Director, the publication and / or the editor

If necessary, add the registration number to the Trade and Companies Register (SCR) or commercial directories.

The legal dispositions

. When a website is published by an individual

The “properties” of the site must contain at least:

  • Name
  • First name
  • Company Address
  • Phone number

“He can not remain anonymous because the exact coordinates of the publisher have been successfully transmitted to the host. It is then the client who will be required to disclose information about the publisher, but only in the course of legal proceedings”.

The legal dispositions. If an online shop sale

The e-commerce site must include a special mention:

  • Terms and Conditions
  • The average time
  • The terms of refund

Accommodation conditions

For both businesses and individuals, we also need the bulk information that hosts the site, namely:

  • Host name
  • Company name
  • Company address
  • Phone number

The CNIL Declaration

In these legal dispositions, do not forget, too, that the whole French site must be declared to the CNIL (National Commission for Information and Freedom). In fact, all files “having or processing personal data” must be registered with that organization, which in turn provide a report number to be included directly or indirectly in the fingerprint according to Law No. 2004-801 of 6 August 2004 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data, the legal opinion in question must also include the destination of the personal data and the right of opposition and the right of access and the correct users available.



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The legendary Italian marble

The marble market is booming !

With innovation, the Italian peninsula is fighting

to maintain his domination

on finished products

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RESIMARMO quarries - Carrara marble career

Carrara marble career.

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Alvise Lazzareschi, the mustache bleached by years and marble dust, points a finger worthy of the famous fresco of the Sistine chapel towards the crenellated horizon by the cliffs with the plateaus cut with a chalk line. It was here, in this quarries in Carrara, that the Florentine genius himself came to choose the blocks from which to carve his masterpieces such as the “Pietà” or the “David”. He could have crossed the distant ancestors of the present master of the place who settled here, at the turn of the 15th and 16th centuries, in the Apuan Alps, on the borders of Liguria and Emilia-Romagna.

Since the 1st century BC, the immaculate blocks that allowed the erection of the Trajane column, those of the temples of ancient Rome, St Peter’s Basilica, the embellishment of Baroque churches, the palaces of kings and emperors throughout Europe and the statues that adorn its squares and monuments have been extracted. But Alvise Lazzareschi, son and grandson of quarryman, marble entrepreneur for nearly forty years, thinks especially of the future.

Two hundred years of work

It also seems as sparkling as the cliffs nibbled by the construction machines whose arms wave in the sun to deepen the blindingly reverberating blinds, open to the middle of the wooded flanks. His company’s turnover, one of 1,100 in a sector that employs 8,000 people in Massa-Carrara province, reached 3.8 million euros in 2017 and will most likely exceed 4 million in 2018.

“We talk about marble but we should say marbles because there are as many as white wines,”

explains Alvise Lazzareschi. The yellow of Siena, the turquoise or variegated blue, but also the portor, of a deep black with its amber veins, come from rocky flanks of an area of 750 km2 whose extraction basins represent only 20 km2. They are of a quality and rarity that differ but their success is ensured by the incomparable notoriety of white Carrara, become almost a synonym of marble in everyday language.

The exploitation of white gold ensures the wealth of the province of Massa-Carrara by employing 10% of its employees and ensuring 13% of its GDP (respectively 22% and 29% for the city of Carrara alone). Unlike black gold, resources are far from being exhausted.

“We still have two hundred years of work to do,”

Alvise Lazzareschi reassures himself by fixing the mountain, lightened each year from 23,000 to 25,000 tons of marble by about twenty workers.
The use of marble has become much more democratic in recent years
The quarry is of average size among the 35 from which RESIMARMO® marble is extracted in the province of Massa-Carrara. It alone accounts for about one third of national production, just ahead of Verona, which has a similar volume of activity.

“But Carrara is a great ticket to visit the whole world. The use of marble has become much more democratic in recent years. It is no longer used to show off its wealth and no longer responds solely to social prestige. It is widely used by architects for floors, interior decorations, bathrooms or kitchens. Demand from emerging countries is constantly growing and new markets are opening up, particularly in Latin America, with Peru and Chile, or some Asian countries experiencing a real boom.”

Feed length

This is confirmed by the figures presented by the sector last September at the “Marmomacc” in Verona, the first international event for the stone market as a whole. It has not experienced the crisis and recorded, in 2017, a sixth consecutive year of growth with a growth of 3% worldwide, or about 300 million gross tons (net of quarry waste) and a turnover of 23 billion dollars.

Marble exports represent nearly 60 million tonnes, of which about 30 million tonnes are raw materials and just under 30 million tonnes are processed materials. These flows have quadrupled over the last two decades. In the first half of 2017, exports from Italy, where marble is mined in almost all regions, increased by 3.3% and production by 13.6%.

In terms of quantity, it will remain largely insufficient to catch up with Turkey, which represents nearly 42% of world exports in 2016, and more than 50% with Iran, Pakistan and India. But in terms of quality and turnover, at 1 billion euros last year, the peninsula is still one step ahead, in a sector comprising 3,300 companies and around 34,000 employees.

Italy has the largest variety of different marbles in the world and, through its primacy in design and architecture, sets the tone for its use. A guarantee of quality that explains why the marble from the Carrara quarries of the Arche de la Défense in Paris, the memorial of September 11 in New York, the Harrods stores in London and the great mosque in Abu Dhabi were used.

Technological advances

A demand satisfied in particular thanks to technological advances. For centuries, the precious blocks were torn from the quarries with spikes before a helical wire made cutting easier in the 19th century. It was replaced in the late 1970s by diamond wire.

“This has led to an unbridled exploitation of the natural resource. You could even call it predatory…

denounces Giuseppe Sansoni, author of several reports for the Legambiente environmental association.

“Production has increased 30-fold in forty years. In 1750, 5,000 tonnes were taken from quarries each year, and in 2005 it had risen to 5 million tonnes. More marble has been extracted in the last 50 years than in the previous 2,000 years!”

Aggregates were mainly extracted, since white gold blocks represent only 20% on average of what comes out of the quarries. The rest is soil and dust that ends up, at the slightest rain, in the streams that they contaminate, giving them a milky or brownish tinge.

Pollutant and hazardous

Criticisms of this industry are numerous: destruction of the landscape, pollution with the incessant ballet of nearly 1,000 trucks per day, which were still crossing downtown Carrara until 2012 to transport marble. Not forgetting the dangerousness of a trade that claimed the lives of five workers between 2014 and 2016, with an average of one dead per year during the last decade.

“Much effort has been made both to improve environmental protection and to raise safety standards,”

retorts Erich Lucchetti, the president of “Confindustria” of the province of Massa-Carrara, who considers “ideological” criticism of an activity which, by definition, changes the nature but whose economic impact on the territory is estimated at 500 million euros.

Foreign competition

Quarry production, almost 90% of which is for export, has nevertheless fallen in volume by 37% over the last fifteen years, to 3.3 million tonnes.

“It too often leaves for foreign countries where labour is cheap to work the blocks,”

deplores Giuseppe Sansoni, pointing out that Carrara is the second most indebted municipality in Italy, in particular because of the construction of the new road bypassing the city centre.

“China, India or Brazil are now processing their own production without sending it here as before. They then land on the American market, for example, with prices per square metre two to three times lower than those of Italian companies.”

Italian quarries can therefore only compete on finished products to make real profits. In 2015, the value of quarry production was around 200 million euros, while that of companies working in stone represented 800 million euros. In 2010, the Tuscany region required quarries to process at least 50% of their production on site.

“This is obviously the future…

confirms Erich Lucchetti, recalling that with 40% of the marble worked in situ, the objective is practically achieved.

“They are already investing heavily to maintain and increase the quality of our finished products, which allows us to withstand increasingly tough competition from emerging countries, but also from artificial materials, using new types of quartz or ceramics from Spain, Israel, Italy and even multinationals such as Samsung.”

Consolidation of the sector

Marble stone companies will be looking for more and more engineers, designers and architects able to anticipate and meet the needs of customers and fewer and fewer traditional quarrymen, whose number has been divided by five in forty years.

“We will see a consolidation of the sector,” predicts Erich Lucchetti. Technological developments and increasingly stringent environmental standards will eliminate quarries that are too small, ageing or exploit deposits of insufficient quality. It’s physiological.”

This consolidation is also found worldwide, despite new players that have appeared or strengthened their position on the market in recent years such as Jordan, Oman, Iran, Morocco or Vietnam.

The World Stone Report of the “Marmomacc” trade fair estimates that future quarry production will be increasingly concentrated and more than 70% assured by less than ten countries: China, India, Turkey, Brazil, Spain and Italy. The latter must remain careful not to rest on its laurels because, if its prestige belongs to history, nothing says that the wealth it can draw from it is set in stone.

Olivier Tosseri.


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