Legal Notice


Dear customer, you are right now in the right place at the right time.

The whole team of the i-Parts company thanks you and is honored by your presence on our shop.

But why all this enthusiasm on simple Legal Notices ?

Well, know that we have put all our know-how and all our passion into the construction of this online store.

Thus our stated objective is to allow you to find the Product or Service that will fully meet your needs.

We also want to accompany you throughout the year as your desires and those with confidence.

For this, we absolutely want to let you know that we are in full compliance with French law concerning online sales.

Indeed, faced with the resurgence of some dishonest shops, we have taken the lead in order to provide you with proof of our legitimacy and our good faith.

This is why you will find below all the legal notices necessary for our legal and tax identification and for any communications.

Thus, this approach allows us to be totally transparent with you and ultimately allow you to know more about us.

Finally, our decision responds to the provisions of Articles 6-III and 19 of Law No. 2004-575 of June 21, 2004 on confidence in the digital economy, known as LCEN

Therefore, dear customer, we bring to your attention the information below:

Article 1 - Identification of our company.

Below are all our contact details:

  • Company name: i-Parts .
  • Head office address: 16 rue de la Communette, Saint-Christophe-sur-Condé.
  • Telephone number: 0608516108.
  • Email address : .
  • Legal form of the company: self-employed.
  • Name of the director or co-director of the publication and that of the editorial manager if there is one: i-Parts .

Article 2 – Hosting of our site.

Here are the contact details of the host of our site: .

  • Company name: Shopify Inc.
  • Support address: 126 York St. Ottawa, ON K1N 5T5, in Canada
  • Phone number: 1-613-241-2828

Article 3 – Activity of our company.

  • Registration number in the trade and companies register: to come.
  • Individual tax identification number (SIRET): to come.
  • General conditions of sale (CGV): click here .

Article 4 – Notices relating to the use of cookies.

A cookie is a small computer file, most often called "a tracer".

Purpose of using cookies:

Our cookie allows us to analyze visitor behavior on our website.

The data thus collected allows us to know what most interests our visitors and to be able to make them offers in correlation with their needs.

Consent to the use of cookies:

We have placed a small window on our site informing you of our policy on the use of cookies.

Therefore, you must accept the use of these cookies in order to take full advantage of all the features of our site.

Means of refusing the use of cookies:

We have placed a small window on our site informing you of our policy on the use of cookies.

You can refuse the use of these cookies at any time.

Please note, however, that you will not be able to take full advantage of all the features of our website in the event of a refusal.

The period of validity of the consent:

The period of validity of the consent given in this context is a maximum of 12 months.

Article 5 – Procedure for activating or deactivating Cookies.

To enable or disable cookies on the Firefox browser.

To enable or disable cookies on Firefox, click on the “tools” tab, then on “options”, then on the “privacy” tab.

Once on this screen, select “use custom settings” from the list box then check “Accept or disable cookies” and “accept third-party cookies”

To enable or disable cookies on the Internet Explorer browser.

To enable or disable cookies on Internet Explorer, click on the “Tools” tab, then on “Internet Options”. Click on the “Privacy” tab, then under “Settings”, move the slider down to allow all cookies, then click OK.

Enable or disable cookies on the Google Chrome browser.

To enable or disable cookies on Google Chrome, click on the wrench icon on the right of the browser toolbar, then go to “Settings”, then click on “Show advanced settings”.

In the “Privacy” section click on the “Content settings” button. Finally, in the “Cookies” section you can enable cookies.

To enable or disable cookies on the Safari browser.

To enable or disable cookies in the settings menu, click on Safari, you will then see the setting options for Safari.

Go to the "privacy" section to manage all the settings related to cookies:

*Select “always”: cookies will be authorized *Select “Never”: cookies will be blocked *Select certain sites: cookies linked to the domain name of the site visited will be accepted and the others not filled in will be automatically refused.

Article 6 – Mentions relating to the use of personal data.

This personal data will be necessary for us to process your Order and issue your invoices, as well as to improve the functionality of the Site.

If you refuse the processing of your data, you will be asked to refrain from using this Website.

The processing of your personal data will be done in compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 of April 27, 2016.

Article 7 – Mandatory or optional nature of the answers and possible consequences with regard to the Internet user of a lack of answer.

In order to allow you to benefit from an optimized navigation on and a better setting of the different functionalities and applications of your internet browser, i-Parts may install a cookie on your computer.

Once installed, your cookie will store information relating to your browsing preferences on our Site.

In addition, it will keep certain information for you in a secure way so that you do not have to re-enter it each time you connect.

This information may relate to:

  • Your research.
  • Your logins.
  • Your email address.
  • Your passwords.

By accepting cookies, you expressly authorize i-Parts to place a so-called “cookie” file on the hard drive.

However, you have the option of blocking, modifying the retention period, or deleting this cookie via your browser interface.

Warning: The systematic disabling of cookies in your internet browser may prevent you from accessing certain services or features of our Site.

But this ban on access to certain services or features of our Site can in no way constitute damage to the member.

In this case, the latter cannot claim any compensation.

Article 8 – Recipients or categories of data recipients.

As part of our commercial strategy, we may use third-party companies to carry out certain communications operations.

Therefore, by browsing our Site, you accept that third-party companies may have access to your data in order to optimize the operation of our Site.

Important clarification: These third-party companies in charge of data processing will only have access to the data collected in the context of carrying out very specific tasks.

However i-Parts remains responsible for the processing of your data.

In addition, you may be required to receive information or commercial offers from us or our commercial partners.

The User may at any time oppose the receipt of these commercial offers, by writing to the Company's address indicated below.

  • Surname and First name: i-Parts .
  • Email address: .
  • Subject: Request to stop commercial offers.

In addition, Customer information may be transmitted to third parties without their prior express consent in order to achieve the following purposes:

  • Respect the law.
  • Protect anyone from serious bodily injury or death.
  • Fight against fraud or attacks on i-Parts or its users.
  • Protect the Company's proprietary rights.

Article 9 - Rights of opposition, query, access and rectification.

In accordance with the Data Protection Act of January 6, 1978, the Customer has, at any time:

  • Of the right of questioning.
  • Right of access.
  • Right of rectification.
  • Right of modification.
  • And the right of opposition.

These rights apply to all personal data.

This right can be exercised under the conditions and according to the methods defined on the website. .

Here are the contact details of the person in charge of personal data protection issues:

  • Surname and First name: i-Parts .
  • Position: Data Protection Officer .
  • E-mail address : .

Article 10 - Mention of the right to lodge a complaint (complaint) with the Cnil.

If however you believe that your rights have not been repeated, you can appeal to the CNIL.

The easiest way to contact the CNIL is to send it a complaint online via the form at this address: .