These Conditions of Use regulate the access and use of the web pages that make up this website.
IDENTIFICATION OF THE OWNER OF THE WEBSITE
C / Castelló 115, 7th floor, office 704, 28006-Madrid
915 361 241
VETERSALUDreserves the right to modify these General Conditions, the content or appearance of the Website, as well as the conditions required for its access and / or use. The access and use of the contents of the Website after the entry into force of its modifications or changes implies the acceptance of these.
INTELLECTUAL AND INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY RIGHTS
VETERSALUDis the owner or, where appropriate, has the corresponding licenses on the exploitation rights of intellectual and industrial property of the Website, as well as of all the content offered therein.
In no case will it be understood that the access, navigation and use of the Website by the user implies a waiver, transmission, license or total or partial transfer of said rights byVETERSALUD. The user is only authorized to view the content for their personal use.
The user is expressly prohibited from reproducing, distributing or publicly communicating, by any means or procedure, the contents of the Website, except in cases where it is legally permitted or expressly authorized byVETERSALUD.
ACCESS TO THE WEBSITE
To navigate through the Website, the user will not have the obligation to register or provide any personal data toVETERSALUD.
In relation to the personal data that is collected,VETERSALUDhas adopted and will adopt the technical and organizational measures necessary to guarantee its protection and avoid its alteration, loss, treatment and / or unauthorized access, taking into account the state of the art, the nature of the stored data and the risks to which they are exposed, complying at all times with the applicable regulations.
RULES OF USE OF THE WEBSITE
The Website contains material prepared byVETERSALUDfor informational purposes only, which may be modified or deleted at any time and on a discretionary basis.
The User must refrain from using the Website for illegal purposes or in any way that may prevent, obstruct or damage the normal operation or its contents, or that may damage the property and rights ofVETERSALUDor of other users.
The breach of any of the above obligations by the user may entail the adoption of the appropriate legal measures.
MODIFICATION OF THE CONDITIONS OF USE
VETERSALUDreserves the right to modify, at any time and at its discretion, the content of these Conditions of Use.
VETERSALUDdeclares that it has adopted and will adopt all the necessary and reasonable measures, within its possibilities and the state of technology, to guarantee the correct functioning of the Website.
However,VETERSALUDdoes not assume any responsibility for any damages that may arise from disconnections, interferences or interruptions that may occur in accessing or browsing the Website, nor for any damages that may arise for the user or for third parties of the existence and spread of computer viruses or other harmful elements.
VETERSALUDdoes not assume any responsibility for any errors or omissions that may be in the content of the Website, nor for the actions that the User may take on the basis of said content.
The user must read and, where appropriate, accept the conditions of use and privacy established in the linked web pages and applications.VETERSALUDdoes not assume any responsibility that could derive from them.
SUSPENSION OF THE WEBSITE
VETERSALUDreserves the right to suspend, modify, restrict or interrupt, either temporarily or permanently, the access, navigation, use, accommodation and / or downloading of the content and / or use of the services of the Website, with or without prior notification, without the possibility of the user to demand any compensation for this cause.
CONFIDENTIALITY AND DATA PROTECTION
APPLICABLE LEGISLATION AND COMPETENT JURISDICTION
Provided that the regulations in force for this purpose foresee the possibility for the parties to submit to a specific jurisdiction, for any litigation issue derived from or related to this Website, the Spanish legislation in force at the time of the dispute will apply, and we will submit to the Courts and Courts of Madrid.