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The Site is edited under the responsibility of Maître Raphaël Dana, attorney at law, member of the Paris Bar, 9 rue Alfred de Vigny, 75008 Paris, France, tel. +33 130 711 016, email email@example.com, whose activity is regulated by Law n ° 71-1130 of December 31, 1971 reforming certain judicial and legal professions, Decree n ° 91-1197 of November 27 1991 organizing the legal profession, and the Internal Regulations of the Paris Bar.
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