This site is owned and published by Enxendra Technologies LTD. (THE “PROVIDER”). Enxendra Technologies SL is a company established in A Coruña, Spain, with CIF B85630978 and based in Rua Copernicus, 3, 2nd floor, 15008 A Coruna. You can contact Enxendra by phone, or by email, using the data published on the website.
RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS OF THE USER
The use of any of the services offered on the website, since its inception, attributes the condition of user and will be considered, voluntary unreserved acceptance of these general conditions.
To access the services on this website, everything that is not gratuitous or that imposes a series of obligations, the User must be of age and have the legal capacity and representation needed to be legally bound.
The use of the services offered on the Website implies that the User declares to comply with these requirements.
The User that accesses the Web Site must comply with these General Conditions and the special instructions of use that are shown at each stage. Likewise, agrees to act according to the law, morality and the requirements of good faith, using due diligence to the nature of the service that is being provided. Thus, the User may not make any modification or alteration to the contents of the Website, except for the data that the User has entered, or harm in any way its integrity or operation.
All personal data that the User provides to access the said services shall be subject to the general legislation on data protection. The data will be registered on databases, property of the PROVIDER, protected by the Organic Law 15/1999 of protection on personal data and by REGULATION (EU) 2016/679 OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL of 27 April 2016
The PROVIDER may withdraw or suspend access to the Web Site of the User who has breached any of the obligations expressed in these General terms and Conditions. The User who intentionally breaches any of the foregoing obligations is liable for all damages that, as a consequence, may be caused to the PROVIDER or a third party.
RESPONSIBILITY OF THE PROVIDER
PROVIDER reserves the right to make modifications to the Website, as well as to these General Conditions.
On the other hand, and given the special nature of the medium chosen to communicate with Users, the PROVIDER can not assume responsibility for the temporary impossibility to access the Website at any given time, or the specific information from among those included as PROVIDER or those Websites to which the User accesses through hypertext links located on the Website.
On the Website the information has been simplified, or written in order to make it easier for the average user to understand, the PROVIDER is not responsible for the misinterpretations that may arise from the information presented here, except in the case of a negligent act by the PROVIDER in the exercise of its functions, as described in these General Conditions.
The PROVIDER is not liable under any circumstances for damages arising as a result of accidental or unpredictable events, or for those that occur as a result of the negligent behaviour of the User.
INTELLECTUAL AND INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY
All content, brands, designs, logos, icons, buttons, software, trade names, domain names, and any other signs or elements susceptible to protection by intellectual and industrial property rights that are part of the Website are the property of the PROVIDER or of public domain or of third parties and have been duly authorized to be included on the Web Site and appear as authors or owners of the rights.
Violations of any of the intellectual or industrial property rights referred to in this section will be prosecuted through the criminal and civil actions contemplated in the current legislation.
Likewise, and with the exception of what is stated in the following paragraph, the parties involved agree that any litigation, discrepancy, question or claim resulting from the execution or interpretation of these conditions or related to them, or other texts that may be on the website, will be resolved by submission to the Courts and Tribunals of A Coruña with the express waiver of any other jurisdiction or jurisdictional demarcation that may be competent.
The preceding paragraph shall not apply in the event that one of the parties is a consumer or User as defined in the regulations for the protection of consumers and Users (Royal Legislative Decree 1/2007, of 16 November, which approves the revised text of the General Law for the Defence of Consumers and Users and other complementary laws), in which case, (any conflict related and covered by that Law). In that case, the place designated in said legislation would be of preferential application.
As a requirement prior to the commencement of the litigation, the PROVIDER and the User agree to negotiate in good faith to resolve the dispute or controversy, during a period of one (1) month from the date on which one of the parties notifies the other in writing of their intention to potentially litigate.
For any communication that may be required between the PROVIDER and the User, the aforementioned must contact the Provider’s, by any of the means of communication (mail or e-mail) that are listed in the CONTACT section of the Web.
The communications of the PROVIDER to the User will be made through the information provided by the latter when registering on the Website or through the information provided in the first communication sent by the User.
This text is not a sworn translation. In case of conflict, the Spanish version prevails.