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Confidentiality policy

Purpose of the collection
The processing implemented by the firm meets an explicit, legitimate and determined purpose.

The personal data transmitted via the contact form, namely: name(s) and surname(s), e-mail address, telephone and message are collected by us to enable us to identify you and to come back to you by understanding your needs as well as possible.


Modalities of the collection
The data is collected from the information entered in the registration field of the collection forms by the person wishing to be contacted. The data can be collected by exchange of emails.


Mandatory nature of data collection
The fields marked with an asterisk must be filled in.


Recipients of the data
The recipient of your data is the company ALCINA Avocats.


Conservation of the data
ALCINA Avocats only keeps your data for the time necessary for the operations for which they were collected and in compliance with the legislation in force.

The personal data transmitted via the contact form are kept for a maximum period of three years if a file is not opened. If a file is opened, the data will be kept for the duration of the contractual relationship, plus the applicable statute of limitations.
ALCINA Avocats ensures the security of your personal data by implementing a reinforced data protection by the use of physical and logical means of security.

Your rights
In accordance with the Data Protection Act, you have the right to access, rectify, delete, limit the processing, portability and define the fate of your data after your death in relation to all data concerning you, which can be exercised by e-mail at the following address: or by post at the following address: 3, place Félix Baret 13006 Marseille France.


For all requests for information concerning the personal data protection policy implemented by the firm, you can contact


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