In compliance with article 10 of Law 34/2002, of 11 July, on Information Society and Electronic Commerce Services, the company details will be outlined below.
Company name: CICERONE CULTURA Y OCIO, S.L. Company Tax Number: B-18648048
Meeting Point. CIAN: GR-184060-2
Registered address: Calle Camino de Ronda 88 6ºIzd. 18004 Granada(Spain)
Registered in the Trade Register of Granada, Volume 1044, Book 0, Section 8, Folio 172.
Phone number: (+34) 607 691 676 – (+34) 958 561810
Contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org
All prices shown on the website include VAT. Art.142 VAT Law
The website www.ciceronegranada.com (hereafter, the “Website”) is owned by CICERONE CULTURA Y OCIO, S.L. (hereafter, “The Provider”) and provides Users with this document with which it intends to comply with the obligations established in Law 34/2002, on Information Society and Electronic Commerce Services (LSSI-CE), in addition to informing all website Users of the general conditions of use of the website.
Consequently, all Users are responsible for the careful reading of the conditions each time they access this Website. If the user does not agree with any of the conditions here outlined, they must refrain from using the Website.
Similarly, on occasions, special conditions may be established for the use of specific contents and/or services on the Website and the use of said contents or services will imply acceptance of the particular conditions specified therein.
Responsibility of the Provider, Force Majeure and User Obligations
The Provider may interrupt the service or terminate, with immediate effect, the relationship with the User if they detect that the use of their Website or any of the services it offers do not comply with the General Conditions of Use.
This website has been reviewed and tested for its correct functioning. In principle, its correct functioning 365 days a year, 24 hours a day, can be guaranteed. However, the Provider does not rule out the possibility of the existence of force majeure or fortuitous events that mean that the website cannot be accessed.
Therefore, The Provider does not guarantee continued access, nor correct visualisation, download or use of the elements and information contained on the page that could be impeded, hindered or interrupted by factors or circumstances beyond their control.
The Provider shall not be liable for any damages, losses, claims or expenses arising from the use of the Website. The Provider shall only be responsible for eliminating, as soon as possible, the content that may generate such damages, provided that this is notified.
In particular, it will not be responsible for the damages that may be derived, among others, from:
Interferences, interruptions, faults, omissions, telephonic faults, delays, blockages or disconnections to the functioning of the electronic system, caused by deficiencies, line and telecommunications network overloading and errors, or for any other cause beyond the control of The Provider.
Illegitimate interference through the use of malicious programs of any kind and through any means of communication, such as computer viruses or any other.
Undue or inadequate use of the Website.
Security or browsing errors produced by a browser error or by the use of out of date versions.
Social conflicts, strikes, uprising, explosions, floods, acts or Government actions.
The User agrees to make legal, appropriate use of the Website, in addition to its contents and services, in accordance with the legislation in force at all times; the Website Conditions of Use; generally acceptable moral, good habits and public order.
The User should facilitate truthful information upon providing their personal details when completing the forms contained on the website and keep them updated at all times, ensuring that they are always in keeping with the current situation.
The user will be the only party responsible for the false or inaccurate statements made, and any damages caused by The Provider or to third parties, caused by the information provided.
Despite what has been established in the previous section, the User should also refrain from:
Any unauthorised or fraudulent use of the Website and/or its contents, for illicit purposes prohibited in the Conditions of Use, use that is harmful to the rights and interests of third parties or that could harm, disable, overload, deteriorate or inhibit the normal use of services or documents, files and all types of content stored on any computer equipment.
If the User negligently or maliciously fails to comply with any of the obligations established in these General Conditions of Use, they shall be liable for any damages that may result from such failure by The Provider.
The Website includes links to other websites managed by third parties. As The Provider cannot always control the contents uploaded by third parties to the website, The Provider does not assume any responsibility for this content. In any case, The Provider states that it will proceed to immediately remove any content that may contravene national or international legislation, morality or public order, proceeding to the immediate removal of the redirection to said website, informing the competent authorities of the content in question.
Intellectual and Industrial property
The website, including but not limited to its programming, editing, compilation and other elements necessary for its functioning, the designs, logos, text and/or graphics are property of The Provider or as the case may be, licenced or authorised by the authors. All content on the website is duly protected by Intellectual and Industrial Property regulations, in addition to being registered in the corresponding public registers.
Regardless of the purpose for which they were intended, the total or partial reproduction, use, exploitation, distribution and marketing always requires prior written authorisation by The Provider. Any non-authorised use by The Provider will be considered a serious breach of the author’s Intellectual and Industrial property rights.
The designs, logos, text and/or graphics that do not belong to The Provider and that may appear on the website, belong to their respective owners, who themselves are responsible for any potential controversy that may arise with respect to these.
In order to make any type of observation regarding the possible breach of the Intellectual or Industrial property rights, or about any of the website content, you may do so by sending an email to the following address:
Duration and termination
The provision of the service of this Website and the other services are, in principle, of indefinite duration. However, The Provider may terminate or suspend any of the portal services. When this is possible, The Provider will inform of the termination or suspension of the provision of the determined service.
Dispute resolution. Applicable law and jurisdiction
These General Conditions of Use of the Website shall be governed by Spanish law. Any dispute will be resolved before the Courts and Tribunals of the City of Granada.
In the event that any provision established in these General Conditions of Use is unenforceable or invalid under applicable law or as a result of a judicial or administrative ruling, such unenforceability or invalidity shall not render these General Conditions of Use unenforceable or invalid as a whole. In such cases, The Provider shall modify or replace the said stipulation with another that is both valid and enforceable and that, as far as possible, achieves the objective and claim reflected in the initial stipulation.