LAW ON THE INFORMATION SOCIETY SERVICES (LSSI)
Any person accessing or using this website shall be considered a User, and is subject to, and agrees to, the terms and conditions set out in this legal notice or any other applicable legal provisions.
EXTERNALIA GESTION DE PUNTO DE VENTA, S.L reserves the right to modify any kind of information that may appear on the website, with no obligation to give notice in advance or notify the users, it being sufficient the publication in this website.
1. IDENTIFICATION DATA
Name of the domain: www.externalia.es
Trade name: EXTERNALIA
Corporate name: EXTERNALIA GESTION DE PUNTO DE VENTA, S. L
Registered place of business: C/ Tuset, 3 Entlo. 3-5 08006 Barcelona España
Telephone: 93 238 80 33
Recorded at the Public Registry of Barcelona, Volume 41306, Book 0,
Sheet 20, Section 0, Page B-380513, 1st Inscription
2. INTELLECTUAL AND INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY RIGHTS
this website, including its programming at an illustrative level but not at a restrictive level, editing, compilation and other elements needed for its functioning, designs, logotypes, text and/or graphics, are property of EXTERNALIA or, if that is the case, EXTERNALIA has the license or express authorization of the authors. Any content appearing on this website is duly protected by the intellectual and industrial property laws and registered in the pertinent public records. Regardless of the purpose for which they are used, the reproduction of the whole content or parts of it, its use, exploitation, distribution, and commercialization requires a previous written authorization provided by EXTERNALIA. Any unauthorized use shall be considered a serious breach of the intellectual and industrial property rights of the author.
Any design, logotype, text and/or graphics independent from EXTERNALIA that may appear on the website belong to their respective legal owners, who remain responsible for any controversy that may arise from them. EXTERNALIA expressly consents to authorize third parties to redirect directly to the specific contents of the website and if necessary, redirect to the main website www.externalia.es.
EXTERNALIA declares that the intellectual and industrial property rights regarding products or services of third parties mentioned on the website belong to these third parties. The mention or appearance of these third parties on this website does not imply the existence of any right, responsibility, support, sponsorship, or recommendation.
For any kind of observations regarding possible infringements of intellectual or industrial property rights, or any other content on this website, please write an email to: email@example.com.
EXTERNALIA is exempt from any responsibility derived from the information published on its website whenever it has been manipulated or created by a third party unconnected to EXTERNALIA.
This website may use technical cookies (small files with information sent by the server to the computer of the person accessing the site) to carry out some essential functions to provide the right functioning and display of the website. The cookies used on this website are in any case of a temporary nature and solely for the purpose of making navigation more efficient and they shall disappear when the user session is over. Under no circumstances do the cookies provide personal details on the user and they will not be used to collect any personal data.
Users can configure their browsers to issue a warning upon receipt of a cookie to prevent their installation in the computer. Please refer to your browser instructions to learn more about these functions.
Users may be redirected to contents of the websites of third parties from this website. Since EXTERNALIA cannot always control the contents published on its website by third parties, EXTERNALIA accepts no responsibility for these contents. In any case, EXTERNALIA declares that it will proceed to immediately remove any contents that may contravene Spanish and international legislation, morals, or public order, proceeding to immediately remove the redirection to said website and informing the competent authorities of the contents in question. EXTERNALIA accepts no responsibility for the information and contents, including, but not limited to that stored in forums, chats, blog generators, commentaries, social networks or any other medium that allows third parties to independently publish contents on EXTERNALIA’s website. Nevertheless, and in compliance with the stipulations of articles 11 and 16 of the LSSICE, EXTERNALIA places itself at the disposal of all users, authorities, and security forces, and will actively collaborate with the removal or if applicable blockage of any contents that may affect or contravene Spanish or international legislation, the rights of third parties or morals and public order. In the event that the user feels that there is some content on the website that may be susceptible to this classification, he or she is asked to notify the website administrator of this immediately. This website has been checked and verified to ensure it functions properly. In principle, its correct functioning can be guaranteed 365 days a year, 24 hours a day. Nevertheless, EXTERNALIA does not rule out the possibility of the existence of certain programming errors, or the occurrence of causes of force majeure, natural catastrophes, strikes or similar circumstances that make it impossible to access the website impossible.
The website servers will be able to automatically detect the IP address and the domain name used by the user. An IP address is a number automatically assigned to a computer when it is connected to the internet. This information will be recorded on an appropriately registered file of server activity, and which allows statistical analysis of the number of page impressions, visits to the web servers, the order of visits to the access point, etc.
4. APPLICABLE LAW AND JURISDICTION
For the resolution of any disputes or questions related to this website or the activities carried out on it, Spanish legislation will be applicable, and the parties specifically submit themselves to said legislation, with the Courts and Tribunals of Barcelona being competent for the resolution of all conflicts arising from or related to its usage.