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MADAME JIALU HAN, entrepreneur individuel est en activité depuis 2 ans. Domiciliée à PARIS (75004), elle est spécialisée dans le secteur d’activité de la création artistique relevant des arts plastiques. 

Numéro SIRET (siège): 88241255400041

Numéro TVA Intracommunautaire: FR04882412554


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  • Intellectual property: French Copyright is the right of creators. The principle of the protection of copyright is laid down by Article L. 111-1 of the Code of Intellectual Property (CPI), which provides that “the author of an intellectual work shall enjoy in this work, the mere fact of its creation, an exclusive incorporeal property right enforceable against all. This right shall include attributes of an intellectual and moral as well as patrimonial attributes. “All of these rights is in the first part of the code of intellectual property including codifies the laws of 11 March 1957, from 3 July 1985, 1 August 2006, of 12 June 2009 and 28 October 2009. In its decision No. 2006-540 DC of 27 July 2006, the Constitutional Council considered that the intellectual property rights, including copyright and related rights, which fall under the property right is among the human rights enshrined by Article 2 of the Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen of 1789. In case of infringement of his rights, the copyright owner has the infringement action that may be exercised before civil or administrative courts for redress, either in the criminal courts for criminal sanctions. Violation of copyright is constitutive of forgery punishable by a fine of 300,000 euros and three years imprisonment (CPI, art. L. 335-2 s.). The code of intellectual property infringement means all acts of unauthorized use of the work. In case of partial recovery in the latter, it is assessed based on the similarities between the works.The law criminalizes under the offense of counterfeiting:
    – “any reproduction, representation or circulation by any means whatsoever, of intellectual work in violation of the copyright, as defined and regulated by law” (CPI, art. L. 335-3).
    – “flow [broadcast act by sale of counterfeit goods] , export and import of works” infringing ” “(ICC, art. L. 335.2 para. 3)

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