Fundial S.L., the owner of this website, posts the following legal notice pursuant to Art. 10 Law 34/2002, of 11 July, concerning Services of the Information Society and Electronic Commerce.
Browsing this website entails acceptance of the terms and conditions included in the present “Legal Notice”, which may be updated from time to time without prior warning.
Browsing this website implies full understanding and express acceptance of the aforementioned terms and conditions by the User.
Fundial S.L. reserves the right to modify any type of information that could appear on the website, but it does not assume any obligation to give advance notice or inform users of these modifications, since it will be considered sufficient to publish them on the website of Fundial S.L.
Updating and modification of the web page
Fundial S.L. reserves the right to modify or remove, without previous warning, the information included on its website and also the organisation and appearance of the information, and it does not accept any liability for this.
Data privacy and processing
The contents of this website: text, images, sound, animation, etc., as well as its graphic design and source code are protected in favour of Fundial S.L. by the Spanish regulations on intellectual and industrial property rights.
Therefore it is expressly prohibited to reproduce them, or distribute or communicate them to the public, either in their entirety or in part, without express, written authorization from Fundial S.L.
Likewise, it is prohibited to override, bypass and/or manipulate the “copyright”, or the protective technological mechanisms or any information mechanisms that the contents might include. The User of this Website commits to respect the rights mentioned and to avoid any act that could jeopardize them; in any event, the company reserves the right to take any legal measures or actions to which it might be entitled to defend its legitimate intellectual and industrial property rights.
Web content and links
Fundial S.L. does not accept liability for damages that could be derived from the use of the content by the Users or from the breach by the Users of any legal regulations in force.
Likewise, we do not accept any liability for information included in third-party web pages that can be accessed by links or search engines starting from this website.
The company will not accept responsibility in any case for the impossibility of providing service if this is due to prolonged interruptions in the supply of electricity, in telecommunication lines, or to social conflicts, strikes, riots, explosions, floods, acts and omissions of the Government, and in general to any specific cases of force majeure or unforeseeable circumstances.
Remarks on technical aspects
Fundial S.L. does not accept any liability that could arise from technical problems and malfunctions in computer equipment occurring when connected to the Internet network, or from damage that might be caused by third parties though illegal interference outside of the control of Fundial S.L.
Likewise, we are exonerated of any liability for possible damage that the user might suffer as a result of errors, faults and omissions in the information that we provide when it comes from sources other than us.
Applicable law and jurisdiction
The present General Terms and Conditions for Use, as well as the use of the Web Space, will be governed by Spanish law. For resolution of any dispute, the parties will submit to the Courts and Tribunals with jurisdiction at the registered office of the Party Responsible for the website.
In the event that any stipulation of the present General Terms and Conditions for Use should turn out to be unenforceable or null and void by virtue of applicable regulations or as a result of a judicial or administrative decision, this unenforceability or nullity will not render the present General Terms and Conditions for Use unenforceable or null and void in their entirety. In these cases, the company will proceed to amend or replace this stipulation with another that is valid and enforceable and that, to the extent possible, achieves the purpose and intent embodied in the original stipulation.