Legal Notices

1. Introducing our website

In accordance with the law n° 2004-2005 of 21 June 2004 for confidence in the digital economy, our website created by Jolifish Europe, owner of the site, provides the public with information concerning our company. We invite you to consult our legal notice as often as possible, so that you can read it frequently.
The website belongs to Christophe Muller – Director Europe, whose head office is located at the following address: 1 rue de la Weiss 68125 Houssen. Christophe Muller is responsible for the publication and his e-mail address is: The webmaster, Service Technique Jolifish Europe, is responsible for the administration of the site, whose e-mail address is: The site is hosted by JOLIFISH EUROPE.

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

By using our website, you fully accept the general conditions of use specified in our legal notice. Accessible to all types of visitors, it is important to note that Christophe Muller may decide to interrupt the website for maintenance. The dates and times of interruptions will nevertheless be specified in advance to users.

3. The products or services offered by

In accordance with its communication policy, the purpose of the website is to inform users about the services offered by Christophe Muller, who endeavours to provide accurate information about his activity. However, inaccuracies or omissions may exist : the company cannot be held responsible for any error on the website.

4. Contractual limitations

The information on our website is subject to quality control in order to ensure its reliability. However, we cannot be held responsible for any technical inaccuracies in our explanations. If you notice any errors in information that we may have omitted, please do not hesitate to inform us by e-mail at
Links directly or indirectly to our website are not under the control of our company. Therefore, we cannot ensure the accuracy of the information on these other websites.
As the website uses JavaScript technology, it cannot be held responsible for any material damage resulting from its use. Furthermore, any other type of consequence linked to the use of the website, whether direct or indirect (bug, incompatibility, virus, loss of market, etc.).

5. Intellectual property and website content

The editorial content of the website belongs exclusively to Christophe Muller. Any violation of copyright is punishable under Article L.335-2 of the Intellectual Property Code, with a penalty of 2 years imprisonment and a fine of €150,000.
The site cannot be held responsible for any abusive, racist, defamatory or pornographic comments made in the interactive spaces. The company also reserves the right to delete any content that is contrary to the values of the company or to the legislation applicable in France.
By browsing the website, the user also accepts the installation of cookies on his or her computer.

6. Personal data, respect for your privacy and freedoms

All informations collected on the website is done within the framework of the needs related to the use of our platform, such as the order form or the request for subscription to the Newsletter. Moreover, unsubscribing from the Newsletter is done through the link located at the bottom of the page. Christophe Muller undertakes not to transfer any information concerning the users of the website in any way whatsoever (sale, exchange, loan, rental, donation).
In accordance with the French law on information technology and civil liberties of 6 January 1978, modified in 2004, the user has the right to access and rectify information concerning him/her. This right can be exercised at any time by sending an e-mail to, or by sending a request by post to the following address : 2 rue de Bâle, 68 180 Horbourg-Wihr, Colmar Alsace Grand Est France

7. Applicable law and relevant laws

Subject to French law, the website is governed by the law n° 2004-2005 of 21 June 2004 for confidence in the digital economy, article L.335-2 of the Code of Intellectual Property and the law “informatique et libertés” of 6 January 1978 modified in 2004.