Publisher of the site
The site www.2saints.paris is the exclusive property of the
Entreprise Solyfonte, represented by Mr Christophe Saint Romain.
Registered office: 10 boulevard des entreprises, 42600 Montbrison
Capital : 240000 €
n°tva : FR29353706658
Host of the site
www.2saints.paris is hosted by Shopify Inc., headquartered at
126 York St. Ottawa, ON K1N 5T5, Canada.
Phone number: 1-888-746-7439
Photographs: Mr Christophe Saint Romain.
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and / or partial or total exploitation of this site without the
prior written authorization of 2 SAINTS is strictly prohibited
and could constitute an infringement within the meaning of
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