Access to the site and use its contents are subject to the conditions described below.
We note that these conditions can be modified at any time. These changes are published them online and are deemed accepted without reservation by any visitor who accesses after they are posted. It is your responsibility before browsing our site to read these terms carefully. By accessing and browsing the Site constitutes your acceptance of the following:


This website is the property of CAC Comptoir Rubber Article:
SAS with a capital of 192 150EUR
RCS Paris 582 081 774

Head Office: 197 rue Saint Martin 75003 Paris - France

This website is edited by the company CAC.
The editor of the site is Ms. Olivia Carasso.

The provider of accommodation, direct and permanent storage site is society Abstrakt :
Design, graphic design, development and integration of the site by the Company Abstrakt:
SARL with a capital of 150 thousand euros
RCS Paris 790 182 497

Head Office: 213 rue du Faubourg St Martin - 75010 Paris – France


Products, drawings, models and photos are the property of their authors and society ACC;
Any total or partial reproduction, modification or use of photographs, illustrations, images and logos for any reason and on any medium whatsoever is strictly prohibited. Consequently, any reproduction in whole or in part without the consent of the author or his successors or assigns shall be unlawful (Article L 122 -4)


We strive to provide the best of our abilities the accuracy and updating of the information published on our website. We reserve the right to correct such information, at any time and without notice. As permitted by law, we can not incur any liability:
for any inaccuracy, omission or for any damages resulting from an intrusion by a third party led to a modification of the information available on our website for any damages caused as a result of access to an unauthorized third party on our Site or making it impossible to access.
We may suspend access to our Website at any time for reasons of maintenance, security or other technical constraints.


These terms and conditions are governed by and subject to French law. They are written in French. In case they are translated into one or more languages, the French text will prevail in case of dispute. All disputes arising from these conditions could result on both their validity, interpretation, execution, termination, their consequences and suites will be subject to French law.