Website publisher : PLCJ
Barachois Estate, Tamarin 90901 Ile Maurice.
Business Registration Number : C 07070250
Type of Company : Company limited by shares
Telephone number : + (230) 483 49 71 / + (230) 483 65 06
Fax : + (230) 483 60 37
Email address: [email protected]
VAT registration number in Mauritius : VAT 20382909
Director of publication : Mathilde Parent Lagesse
Website Host : Wix
Photos Credits : Jonathan Ah-Yu et Karl Ahnee
PLCJ carries out its activity of legal advice in French law and in Mauritian law. As such, Mathilde Parent Lagesse is a lawyer, registered at the Paris Bar in France and Port Louis in Mauritius. The authorities governing the legal profession in these two Bars are respectively: – The Paris Bar Association – Mauritius Bar Association.The applicable professional rules are, among others, the Code of Ethics for Lawyers (France) and the Code of Ethics for Barristers (Mauritius).
General Terms and Conditions of Use of this Website
These provisions apply to any person entering the website www.plcj.net (hereinafter “the Website”). Any visitor of the Website is deemed to accept the present provisions which govern its operation. PLCJ Ltd (hereinafter “the Firm”) reserves the right to modify these provisions at any time and in its sole discretion.
Intelectual Property rights
The Website, as well as all its content, including information, texts, photographs, graphic charters, videos, sounds, logos, drawings, models, diagrams, analyzes or other, are the exclusive property of the Firm and / or its customers and partners. Any use or reproduction of the above elements, in whole or in part, by any means whatsoever, and on any medium whatsoever, is subject to the prior written agreement of the Firm and / or the owner (s) of the element (s) in question. Any unauthorized reproduction constitutes an infringement, sanctioned by the laws of the French and / or Mauritian intellectual property.
The liability of the Firm can not be engaged because of a link cited on the Website, referring to a third site. Third party sites remain completely independent of the Firm, which has no means of control over their content. The existence of a link between the Website and a third party site does not in any way mean that the Firm approves in any respect whatsoever the content of said site and a fortiori the use that could be made of it. The Firm authorizes third party sites to use a hypertext link to refer to the Website, subject to the prior written consent of the Firm. In any case, the Firm does not review, control, endorse or be responsible for the content, advertising, information, products, services or other items available on or through such external third party sites.
The information on the Website does not constitute legal, accounting, commercial, tax or financial advice; which require the analysis of a particular case. Opinions expressed on third party sites are the sole responsibility of the authors. The Firm declines all responsibility for the opinions expressed by the visitors or by any other person and can in no way be held responsible.
Personal Data Protection Policy
Email content Privacy
Regarding any email addressed to PLCJ Ltd, please note that: – the secrecy of correspondence transmitted by the Internet is not guaranteed, – emails are kept on computer, at least the time needed to provide an answer or process your request.
Availability of the Website
Visitors to our Website acknowledge that technical problems – inherent to the means of transmission on the internet or the maintenance of computer systems – may arise and cause temporary total or partial unavailability of the Site. The Firm may, at any time and in its sole discretion, modify or discontinue, temporarily or permanently, all or part of the Site to perform maintenance operations and / or make improvements and / or modifications to the Site. The Firm can not be held responsible for any modification, suspension or interruption of access to the Site.
Applicable Law and Competent Jurisdiction
The Website and its content are governed by Mauritian law, and any dispute relating thereto will be subject to the jurisdiction of the courts of Mauritius.