1- Mentions légales
Assurance Responsabilité Civile Professionnelle
S.A.A – 26 avenue de Suffren – 75015 PARIS
Activité professionnelle garantie : transactions sur immeubles et fonds de commerce sans maniement de fonds.
Carte Professionnelle (Licenced professional)
La société est titulaire de la carte professionnelle Transactions sur immeubles et fonds de commerce
N°CPI 9201 2018 000 025 545 délivrée par la CCI Paris Ile de France
Garantie Financière SO.CA.F
La société bénéficie d’une garantie financière de la SO.CAF. – 26 avenue de Suffren – 75015 PARIS, d’un montant de 110 000€ au titre de l’activité Transactions sur immeubles et fonds de commerce sans maniement de fonds.
L’activité d’agent immobilier est réglementée par la loi n°70-9 du 2 janvier 1970 (dite Hoguet).
Identification de l’éditeur
HAPPY PLACE PARIS – SAS au capital de 4.000 euros- Siège social : 38, quai de Dion Bouton – 92800 PUTEAUX – Téléphone : +33 6 95 33 38 40 – N° SIREN : 791 112 824
Directeur de la publication
Madame Camélia PIERRE
S.A.R.L LWS (LIGNE WEB SERVICES) – 4, RUE GALVANI – 75838 PARIS CEDEX 17S – Tel: +33 892 700 479
All elements of the site are and remain the intellectual and exclusive property of HAPPY PLACE PARIS. No individual or company is authorized to reproduce, duplicate or make use of, to any end, even partially, elements of the website, may they be software, visual (texts, images, pictures, graphs, logos) or audio elements. The name « HAPPY PLACE PARIS » is protected as a domain name, company name and brand at the INPI under the N° National : 12 3 964 779.
The website www.happyplaceparis.com provides relocation and real estate information, resources and services to its users.
In general, the access to the present website does not require the user to submit personal data. HAPPY PLACE PARIS, in case of collection of personal data, is committed to take all necessary measures to ensure the protection, the confidentiality and the security of users, in compliance with the rules in effect in France and Europe, particularly the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation, of May 25th 2018).
By using www.happyplaceparis.com, the user accepts the data practices described in this Policy and general user conditions. All users of this website must be over the age of 18 years.
The privacy policies and practices of other sites whose links appear on www.happyplaceparis.com are beyond HAPPY PLACE PARIS’s responsibility.
HappyPlaceParis.com was declared at La Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés (CNIL) under N°1858944.
“user” : designates any physical person who has access to www.happyplaceparis.com in a strict private use.
“data” : designates personal data as defined by GDPR, submitted by the user to Happy Place Paris or collected by Happy Place Paris through the use of www.happyplaceparis.com.
2.2. Personal data
The data manager of the user data managed by Happy Place Paris is:
HAPPY PLACE PARIS – SAS au capital de 4.000 euros- Siège social : 38, quai de Dion Bouton – 92800 PUTEAUX – Téléphone : +33 6 95 33 38 40 – N° SIREN : 791 112 824 represented by the Directeur de la Publication.
What personal data we collect and why
The collection and process of personal data is founded on user consent within strict respect of RGPD rules.
Personal data is collected through forms completed by users or social media.
The data HAPPY PLACE PARIS collects from the user are :
- First name and last name,
- Telephone number
- Email address
- Object of search : rental or acquisition
- Details on home buying project: Use (primary residence, secondary residence, buy to let), location, type of residence, surface area, number of bedrooms, budget
- User consent to receive Happy Place Paris’s free newsletter, contents and exclusive offers
- User message, comments
- Information regarding the user’s Internet navigation and interactions with www.happyplaceparis.com (forms, cookies, etc.)
- Information or documents required by French law or terms of contract between the user and Happy Place Paris
Personal data is collected through email sent to HAPPY PLACE PARIS by users when necessary to deliver services and execute missions for the user. They include information and documents such as :
- Personal identification
- Professional position
- Family status
- Financial information
- Proof of housing…
These personal data are collected to :
- Better understand the needs of the user in relocation or real estate projects
- Send to the user useful and free information (new posts, videos, guides, ebooks, etc) and exclusive offers
- Respond to the user’s information request by email
- To simplify the user’s navigation and analyze the user’s preferences and interests
- Establish general statistics on the traffic on www.happyplaceparis.com website
Who we share your data with
Personal data may be shared, for one of the above purposes, with :
- Service providers (such as real estate agencies, insurers, brokers, movers, notaries, Internet and energy providers, etc) to deliver ordered services to the user
- IT service providers (such as Google Analytics) for site visitation tracking and security
- Data processor such as Mailchimp and Typeform for email marketing services
- French administrative or legal authorities enabled by French law
Collected personal data on www.happyplaceparis.com will never be sold to third parties.
How long we retain your data
Your personal data will be retained only for the time necessary to the fulfillment of the purpose it was collected. In case of no concrete fulfillment, the data is deleted within the period recommended by the CNIL, that is 3 years from the date of collection by www.happyplaceparis.com with reservations to Happy Place Paris legal obligations regarding archiving, retention and anonymisation.
2.3 What rights you have over your data
The user has a right of information and access to the personal data collected. The user has the right to receive a copy of personal data in a structured, usable and readable format.
The user has the right to ask for the modification, deletion of the users’ personal data within limits of article 17 of the GDPR.
The deletion of personal data corresponds to an act of unsubscribing from Happy Place Paris services, with respect of the applicable measures in the agreement concluded between the parties. The user who submits personal data to receive the Happy Place Paris newsletter including news, updates and downloadable material accepts to receive promotional offers from HAPPY PLACE PARIS. In order to stop receiving any content from Happy Place Paris, the user can click on the “unsubscribe” link at the bottom of any email received or write to camelia(at)happyplaceparis.com by joining a proof of identification to the request (including first, last name, email address).
2.4 How we protect your data
Happy place Paris is committed to taking all reasonable measures to ensure the security and protection of data from users of its website and services, in respect of the applicable laws.
We will report any unlawful data breach of this website’s database or the database(s) of any of our third party data processors to any and all relevant persons and authorities when we are legally required to.
A cookie is an information file placed in your computer by the websites you visit. Cookies enable to store information on the user’s web browsing behavior such as navigation preferences or profile information. A cookie will not enable the user’s identification or enable access to any personal information on the user’s computer.
Cookies providing statistics help Happy Place Paris understand how the user interacts with the website by collecting anonymous information (anonymous IP addresses).
Cookies are installed after the acceptance of the user through the banner on HAPPY PLACE PARIS website’s home page. The user can choose to reject cookies by changing your browser settings or can choose to delete cookies from temporary files.
You can find more information on cookies here.
For any additional information, questions or concern, please contact Happy Place Paris at camellia(at)happyplaceparis.com – Tel : +33 6 95 33 38 40. Happy Place Paris will do its best to find a satisfactory solution for the user, to ensure the respect of the applicable regulation. In case of disagreement between the user and Happy Place Paris regarding the processing of personal data, the user can file a claim to the CNIL (Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés).