Legal Notice

1.- In accordance with the conditions of use, ASOCIACIÓN EUROJURIS ESPAÑA (hereinafter, EUROJURIS ESPAÑA), regulates access to this website and the availability of the information found herein, on behalf of their clients and other users of the Internet.

This website is a registered domain of EUROJURIS ESPAÑA, address: Conde de Aranda, 1 – 2º Izda. 28001 Madrid, Spain, Telephone: 915646432 – Fax: 915644617 – General Registry of Associations Group 1, Section 1, Nº 172105 – Tax Identification nº G-84000504 – E-mail: info@asociacion-eurojuris.es.

2.- By virtue of the use of this website, the user confirms acceptance of these conditions of use without reservations.

3.- The use of this website as well as the information contained herein is, in principle, free of charge, notwithstanding the fact that this situation could change, and if so EUROJURIS ESPAÑA shall ensure to publish the new conditions of use on the web as quickly as possible.

4.- The user must not use the website nor the information contained herein to carry out activities that go against the laws, morality, public order and, in general, must use the website in accordance with these conditions of use. Both access and information are the sole responsibility of the person carrying out the action. EUROJURIS ESPAÑA is therefore not responsible for damages or losses that could incur from said access or use of information that are beyond their control.

5.- EUROJURIS ESPAÑA is not responsible for any errors in the contents or access to the website and will endeavour to ensure that these do not arise.

EUROJURIS ESPAÑA reserves the right to temporarily suspend, without the need for prior notice, the accessibility to its website, in order to carry out maintenance operations, repairs, updates or improvements.

6.- All of the website contents (including without limitation, databases, images, drawings, graphics, text, audio, video) are the property of EUROJURIS ESPAÑA and are protected by national or international regulations regarding intellectual and industrial property.

EUROJURIS ESPAÑA is the owner of the brands, credits, distinctive signs or logos that appear on the website. This also applies to the domain name www.asociacion-eurojuris.es.

All of the text, graphics, drawings, videos or audio support that are currently available or will be in the future on this website are the property of EUROJURIS ESPAÑA and cannot be subject to ulterior modification, copying, alteration, reproduction, adaptation or translation by the user or third parties without authorisation from EUROJURIS ESPAÑA.

The unauthorised use of the information contained in this website, as well as the infringement of intellectual or industrial property rights will result in the legal liabilities established.

7.- The establishment of any hyperlink on an external website, linking to any of the pages on the website of EUROJURIS ESPAÑA will be subject to the following conditions:

  • The complete or partial reproduction of any of the services contained in the website of EUROJURIS ESPAÑA is not permitted
  • Any false, inaccurate or incorrect statements regarding the pages of the website of EUROJURIS ESPAÑA and its services shall not be included
  • Under no circumstance shall EUROJURIS ESPAÑA be responsible for the contents or services made available to the public on the website in which the hyperlink appears, nor for the information or statements included herein
  • Any hyperlink to the website of EUROJURIS ESPAÑA will lead to the homepage
  • The hyperlinks found on the website of EUROJURIS ESPAÑA have been previously consented to by the owners of the respective websites. Furthermore, EUROJURIS ESPAÑA shall not be responsible for the misuse nor for activities carried out by the users on said hyperlinked pages that go against the law, morality or public order.

8.- Privacy Policy and Data Protection

In order to use the services offered by www.asociacion-eurojuris.es, users must first provide EUROJURIS ESPAÑA with specific personal data. In accordance with that established by the Organic Law 15/1999, of 13th December, of Personal Data Protection (LOPD in Spanish), the owner of the website, EUROJURIS ESPAÑA, hereby informs the user of this website of the existence of an electronic personal data file created under the liability of EUROJURIS ESPAÑA that is handled entirely confidentially and is not accessible to third parties for purposes different to those that have been requested.

On his/her part, the user guarantees that the personal data he/she has provided to EUROJURIS ESPAÑA is true and accurate and he/she will communicate any changes that may arise in these.

By sending personal data via electronic forms provided by EUROJURIS ESPAÑA or, if applicable, via electronic mail to the contact E-mail address, the sender gives full consent to the electronic handling of his/her data included in the services and products related to the purposes of the EUROJURIS ESPAÑA website, as well as the electronic delivery of information (E-mail, SMS, or any other method with these characteristics) with information related to EUROJURIS ESPAÑA and their initiatives.

Furthermore, EUROJURIS ESPAÑA declares that it will E-mail marketing information regarding other products, services and events that may be of interest to the website users when they have fully consented to the use of their E-mail addresses, in accordance with the current legislation on this matter. The user can unsubscribe from this service at any time.

The purpose of the collection and electronic treatment of personal data is to maintain the contractual or commercial relationship established with EUROJURIS ESPAÑA, the handling, administration, loan, broadening and improvement of services, the creation of new services, the delivery of service updates, delivery via traditional and electronic methods of technical, operative and commercial information relating to the current and future services offered by EUROJURIS ESPAÑA, as well as the receipt of applications in present and future selection processes.

EUROJURIS ESPAÑA has adopted the legally required personal data security and protection levels and will endeavour to install other technical mediums and measures to provide additional protection. However, the user should be aware that Internet security measures are not entirely secure.

The user accepts the use of cookies and IP tracking, which are used to allow EUROJURIS ESPAÑA to collect data for statistical information, such as: date of the first visit, number of visits, date of the last visit, URL and domain name, internet browser used and screen resolution. However, if the user wishes, he/she can deactivate and/or delete cookies by following his/her Internet browser instructions.

EUROJURIS ESPAÑA does not send junk mail and will only handle the information provided by the user via electronic forms on the website or via E-mails.

The owner of the data has the right to access the electronic file at any time, therefore exercising the right to correct, cancel and oppose the terms covered by the data protection law. Furthermore, the user can revoke his/her consent to the handling and transfer of his/her personal data at any time. For either of the two actions previously mentioned, the user can write to EUROJURIS ESPAÑA at the address, Calle Conde de Aranda, 1 – 2º Izq (28001 – Madrid), indicating “Data Protection” as a reference and providing proof of his/her identity.

The handling of personal data, as well as the electronic delivery of marketing information, are in accordance with the Organic Law 15/1999, of 13th December, of Personal Data Protection and Law 34/2002, of 11th July, of the Information Society and Electronic Commerce services.

9.- The conditions of use for this website are indefinite. EUROJURIS ESPAÑA in all cases reserves the unilateral right to amend the conditions of access to the website as web as the contents of said website.

10.- The loan of services from this website and these conditions of use are governed by Spanish Law. The parties, expressly renouncing any other jurisdiction that could apply to them, agree to submit themselves to the Courts and Tribunals of Madrid.

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