This site is the property of LEA MALEH SAS, a simplified joint stock company with a share capital of 1,000 euros, registered with the Paris Trade and Companies Register under the number RCS PARIS 810 344 051, whose registered office is located at 10 rue de Penthièvre 75008 Paris - France, represented by the brand name Maison Maleh.
Maison Maleh can be contacted by:
- Phone: +33 188 326 488
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Director of Publication: Léa Maleh, President
The website is hosted by Shopify Inc., 150 Elgin Street 8th Floor Ottawa, Ontario K2P 1L4 - email@example.com - +1 613 241-2828
All the elements of the site (structure, images, text and any other component) are to be used exclusively by Maison Maleh and cannot be reproduced or shared.
Photo credits: Caspar Miskin Photography
The confidentiality of your personal information is very important to us because, in order to have full confidence in us, we must be transparent regarding our use of your data.
We comply with the French Data Protection Act of 6 January 1978 as amended and the direct application of the General Data Protection Regulation of the European Union, which came into force on 24 May 2018 and has been applicable since 25 May 2018.
The Processing Manager of this website is Léa Maleh SAS, located at 10 rue de Penthièvre, 75008 Paris, France, listed with the Register of Companies of Paris under the number 810 344 051, and whose chairman is Mrs Léa Maleh
b. Contacting the Personal Data Protection Service
You may access and edit your personal data at any time in the "Account" section of the Maison Maleh website.
For any specific request concerning your personal data, you can contact us at your convenience by:
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Letter to the following address:
Léa Maleh SAS
10 rue de Penthièvre
Don't forget to attach some proof of identity to your requests to exercise your statutory rights (access, correction, oversight, etc.)
The "service offered" by Maison Maleh consists of a commercial website ("e-commerce") dedicated to the sale of handcrafted tableware and home accessories.
As soon as you open a customer account at Maison Maleh, we will legitimately collect the following mandatory information for the purpose of delivering the service offered
- Title (Mr, Mrs)
- Last name
- First name
- Full Address (including postcode, town/city and country)
- Phone number (only for tracking deliveries)
- Your email (to identify you and track orders and deliveries)
- The password you have chosen to access the service
We will store this data until you decide to close your customer account.
However, should you wish to delete your account once you have placed an order with Maison Maleh, we are still required to keep your information for a period that can vary from 2 to 10 years depending on the amount of the invoice or the associated guarantees (Articles L-213-1, L-218-2 of the French Consumer Code and L-110-4 of the French Commercial Code).
Moreover, in order to deliver the service offered, Maison Maleh website has the legitimate need to place mandatory records on your browser without prior consent, for the following elements to function:
- the order basket (expiry: 180 days)
- the wish list (expiry: 180 days)
- the session identifier (expiry: 4 hours)
- security of the purchase tunnel (expiry: 4 hours)
In accordance with applicable law, we would like to remind you, in advance, that you can withdraw your consent at any time.
Within the context of Maison Maleh's newsletter, we obtain your free, informed, unambiguous and specific consent to store your email address.
This email is stored for the sole purpose of sending Maison Maleh’s newsletter.
You can, at any time, unsubscribe from the Maison Maleh’s newsletter using the relevant link at the bottom of the newsletter, or in your customer account if applicable.
Within the context of monitoring the quality of service of your purchases, we conduct surveys to assess your level of satisfaction. We use Typeform for this purpose (data stored in the European Union).
You do not have to respond to this survey. If, however, you wish to answer it, please bear in mind that the information regarding your experience is likely to be posted on our website. We would therefore urge you to read the specific legal notices before your answer.
Within the context of Maison Maleh, we obtain your free, informed, unambiguous and specific consent to store your email address. This email is stored for the sole purpose of contacting you. The retention period of this email will depend on the needs of the relationship. Once there is no more need to maintain relations, we are committed to removing it from our contact form databases.
The cookie management banner in the bottom of your browser screen gives you guidance on how to manage your non-mandatory cookie preferences.
The current regulations allow you to benefit from the following rights:
- Right to access: to find out if we are processing data about you, and if this is the case, to access your data
- Right of correction: to keep your data up-to-date
- Right to be forgotten: to delete your data at your request, as long as we no longer have legitimate or legal reasons for holding it
- Right to restrict processing: to suspend processing, in the case of a dispute regarding the use of the data
- Right to portability: to give you the option to recover your data in a structured way, for re-use elsewhere
- Right of opposition: to block processing in the event of doubts regarding its legitimacy (contractual, legal, etc.), as long as this legitimacy has not been demonstrated
Most of these rights can be exercised within the "Account" area on the Maison Maleh website.
For specific requests regarding these rights, you must contact the Maison Maleh Data Protection Service, whose contact details are shown in section 17 hereof.
If the answers provided by the Maison Maleh Data Protection Service do not satisfy you, you can file a complaint with your Supervisory Authority (or Data Protection Authorities).
If you live in the European Union, you can contact your own Control Authority, whose contact details you will find with the following link:
If you live in Switzerland, you can contact the Federal Data Protection and Information Commissioner (FDPIC):