TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF USE OF THE ESTUDI JURIDIC SÁNCHEZ & ASOCIADOS WEBSITE
ESTUDI JURIDIC SÁNCHEZ & ASOCIADOS, S.L.P (“ESTUDI JURIDIC”), with registered office at Calle Nicaragua 48, 3º, 08029, Barcelona, Spain and holder of Tax Identification Code Nº B-63148316, is registered in the Barcelona Companies Register under Volume 35.441, Folio 37, Page Nº B-267858. Tel: +34 93 444 11 66. Fax: +34 93 495 07 81. E-Mail: email@example.com.
ESTUDI JURIDIC SÁNCHEZ & ASOCIADOS, S.L.P is registered as a Limited Liability Partnership with the Barcelona Bar Association. The services rendered by ESTUDI JURIDIC are governed by the Spanish Statue on the Practice of Law and other rules which develop this Statute, particularly the Code of Ethics for the Practice of Law. These regulations are available on the website of the Barcelona Bar Association (www.icab.es).
1.1. As owner of the website www.estudi-juridic.com, (“the Website”) ESTUDI JURIDIC hereby informs you that use of the Website and any of its Contents are subject to these standard Terms and Conditions of Use.
1.2. Use of the Website is free of charge. Any person using it automatically acquires the status of User, and as such, fully accepts these Terms and Conditions. Any amendments to these Terms and Conditions and any other legal notices will be published on the Website and shall be deemed effective from the date of publication.
1.3. Certain Services or Contents available on the Website may be subject to “Special Conditions”. These will also be made available to the User and may complement or replace these Terms and Conditions according to use of the specific service to which they refer.
2.1. The Website offers articles, reports, information and other contents drawn up purely for information purposes by ESTUDI JURIDIC. Users are informed that such Contents may not necessarily reflect the most recent legislation or case law, and ESTUDI JURIDIC reserves the unilateral right to amend, remove, develop and update the contents of the Website without prior notice and without assuming any liability.
2.2. The contents of the Website may not, under any circumstances, be considered as substitutes for legal advice or advice of any other nature. Access to the Contents is free of charge and does not imply the existence of any relationship between lawyer and client or any other relationship of trust or of a professional nature between ESTUDI JURIDIC and the User of the Website. Users should not act on the information contained on the Website without previously seeking professional advice.
2.3. The links to other websites which appear on this Website are included because they are considered to be of interest to Users. ESTUDI JURIDIC has no control over these websites and therefore accepts no liability for their services, contents or condition.
2.4. Merely by way of example, and as provided by law, Users shall refrain from:
Reproducing, copying, distributing, making available, publicly communicating, transforming or amending the Contents, except in those cases authorised by law or expressly permitted by ESTUDI JURIDIC or, where applicable, by the party owning the exploitation rights of the Contents.
Reproducing or copying for private use any Contents which may be considered as Software or Databases, as provided under the law governing intellectual property. This likewise applies to publicly communicating the Contents or making them available to third parties when such action necessarily entails reproduction of the Contents by the User or by a third party.
Extracting and/or re-using all or a substantial part of the Contents of the Website, including any databases which ESTUDI JURIDIC makes available to Users.
III. Limitations of liability
3.1. Any person using this Website does so for their own account and at their own risk. ESTUDI JURIDIC does not guarantee that the Website will perform without interruptions, delays, errors, omissions or free of viruses. Consequently, the Website and its contents are provided “as they are” with no guarantees, either explicit or implicit. Users of the Website accept that neither ESTUDI JURIDIC nor its partners, associates, employees or representatives will be liable for any error or omission in the Contents or Services, for any damage derived from using this Website, or for any action taken based on the information provided on the site.
IV. Intellectual and industrial property
4.1. The entire Contents of this Website, whether texts, images, sound, data files, trade marks, logos, colour combinations or any other items, including the structure and design of the Website, the choice and manner of presenting its Contents, and any software required for its operation, access and use are protected by the intellectual and industrial property rights owned by ESTUDI JURIDIC or its licensors and as such must be respected by the User.
4.2. Storage and temporary reproduction of any of the contents of the Website are authorised on the condition that they are used solely for personal purposes, not for business. The reproduction, permanent storage and dissemination of the Contents of the Website or any other use intended for public or business purposes is strictly prohibited without the prior written consent of ESTUDI JURIDIC.
V. Data protection policy
5.1. In accordance with Organic Law 15/1999 dated 13 December on Personal Data Protection and other applicable laws, ESTUDI JURIDIC hereby informs its clients, and any third parties supplying the firm with their personal information, about its data protection policy, which is available on the Website via the link “Data Protection”.
VI. Applicable Law
6.1. The standard Terms and Conditions of use of the Website and any relationships established between the User and ESTUDI JURIDIC are governed by Spanish law.
7.1 What is a cookie?
A cookie is a file downloaded onto your computer/tablet/smartphone when accessing certain websites and applications. Among other features, cookies enable information on the browsing habits of users or their equipment to be stored and recovered and, depending on the information contained and how the equipment is used, they can be used to recognize users.
7.2 What types of cookies do this website use?
a) Depending on the entity managing them:
Own cookies: These are cookies sent to the users’ terminals from a device or domain managed by ESTUDI JURIDIC from which the service requested by the users is provided.
b) Depending on how long they remain activated:
Session cookies: These are a type of cookies designed to collect and store data while users access our website.
Persistent cookies: These are a type of cookies in which the data continues to be stored on the terminal and can be accessed and processed during a defined period (ranging from a few minutes to several years) by the party responsible for the cookie.
c) According to the purpose for which they are processed:
Analysis cookies: These are cookies processed by us or third parties, which enable us to quantify the number of users and analyze their use of the service offered. For this, their browsing on our website or application is analyzed to improve our offer of products or services.
Technical cookies: These are cookies processed by us or third parties, which enable users to browse via our website and use the various options and services available, such as plug-ins to exchange social contents, user authentication or identification, and multimedia device sessions.
Personalization cookies: These are cookies processed by us or third parties, which enable users to access the service with certain general characteristics predefined depending on a series of criteria on their terminals, such as the pre-established language of the website.
7.3 Deactivation or removal of cookies
You can enable, block or remove the cookies installed on your device by configuring the options of the browser installed on your computer/tablet/smartphone.
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By browsing on our website or accessing our application, you accept the use and installation of cookies.
You can withdraw your consent at any time by removing the cookies installed on your device by configuring the browser options, as described in the section on “deactivation or removal of cookies.” However, this might affect the features of the website or application, making your user experience less satisfactory.