This Website is owned by “Huarte International”, an entity located in María Berdiales Street, number 2, Office 2; 36203 Vigo (Pontevedra), Spain.


The use and access to the Website www.huarte.eu (“Website”) by any person “User/Users”, as well as to its contents and services, are regulated by the present Terms and Conditions. By accessing this Website, Users acknowledge that they have read and agreed, without any type of reservation, to be bound by the Terms and Conditions in force at any time they access this Website. Huarte International reserves the right to carry out, at any time and with no prior notice, any changes or updates to the Terms and Conditions, contents and services and any elements generally integrated in the design and configuration of this Website.


Conditions of use

All material on this Website has been created by Huarte International for the sole purpose of informing. Under no circumstances may they be considered as actual legal advice. Likewise, accessing its contents does not imply the beginning of a professional relationship between the User and Huarte International. Therefore, the User must not act according to the information gathered in this Website disregarding legal advice.


Huarte International will use all reasonable and available means in order to maintain the contents and services on this Website updated and accurate. Notwithstanding, the firm may not guarantee this circumstance at every moment. Thus, occasionally, the content might be incomplete or not completely accurate due to the constant modifications that usually affect law and case law.


Accessing this Website is the Users' sole responsibility and they commit to use its contents according to the legislation in force and the present Terms and Conditions. Therefore, in the event of noncompliance, the User will be liable to Huarte International or to third parties for the damages that might be caused. According to the legislation currently in force, and for expository purposes only, we inform the Users that they may not:


  • - Reproduce, copy, distribute, make available, publish, transform or change any contents, except in cases when it is legally allowed or specifically authorised by Huarte International or by whoever is entitled to exploitation rights, when relevant.

  • - Reproduce or copy contents for private use when they may be considered Software or Database, according to the legislation in force regarding copyright matters, as well as publish or make them available to third parties whenever these acts necessarily imply the reproduction of the contents by the User or a third party.

  • - Extract and/or reuse all or a substantial part of the contents included in this Website.

Liability

Users access the present Website at their own risk, so that Huarte International, its employees or collaborators shall not be liable for mistakes or omissions that there might be on this Website. Likewise, Huarte International shall not be held liable for the acts carried out by the User based on the information provided on the Website; neither for the damages that these acts might cause.


This Website contains links (“linked sites”), which may lead the User to other websites managed by third parties, upon which Huarte International has no control over. Therefore, Huarte International shall not be liable for damages arisen from illegal, poor quality, out of date, unavailable, erroneous or unuseful contents on the sites linked to its Website; neither for other damages that are not directly attributable to the firm. Consequently, the firm, its employees and collaborators shall be exempt from any type of liability deriving from the use of the Website or other linked sites that may be directly accessed from Huarte International through these links.


In the event of finding contents that may be considered as illegal or inappropriate on a linked site, the User may communicate it to Huarte International via any means of contact indicated on the Website. This communication shall under no circumstances imply the obligation of the linked site being removed by Huarte International.


Huarte International shall not be liable for the functioning of this Website, since the firm advises that, like any other computer tool, it is not free of common functioning failures. In the same way, the firm shall not be liable for damages caused to Users as a result of failures or disconnections of telecommunication networks that may cause the suspension, cancellation or interruption of the Website service.


Huarte International has adopted all the available measures, within the technological scope, to ensure the proper functioning of the Website. However, Huarte International is not obliged to guarantee the absence of viruses or other components with harmful effects when a User accesses the Website. Thus, it is the User's sole responsibility to have the appropriate tools for detecting them and disinfecting the computing system. Consequently, Huarte International shall not be liable for damages arising due to these elements on the User's computer (either on the hardware or the software).


Industrial and Intellectual Property Rights

All the industrial and intellectual property rights over the contents on this Website are held by Huarte International or third parties, which does not mean that any exploitation rights, beyond those which are strictly necessary for the correct use of the Website, are assigned to the User.


Huarte International allows Users to visualise and obtain a temporary private copy of the contents on the Website for their own private use on their computers, as long as it is not used for commercial purposes. Users who want to use the contents on the Website for any other purpose and by any means, must previously request a written authorization to the corresponding rights' holder. Users wishing to reproduce information included on this Website, partially or totally, can send an email requesting authorisation to the following email address: [email protected]


Any person intending to create hyperlinks from their websites to Huarte International's Website, must previously obtain written authorisation. The establishment of a hyperlink under no circumstances implies the existence of a relationship between Huarte International and the owner of the corresponding website. In any case, Huarte International reserves the right to prohibit or disable any hyperlink at any time, especially in the case when the contents or the activity of the website which includes the hyperlink are illegal.


Users will be liable to Huarte International or to third parties for any damages arising from improper use of the Website's contents.


Personal data protection

Navigating this Website does not imply the automatic registration of any personal details that might be used to identify the User.


Users must not send to Huarte International any confidential information without previously consulting and obtaining an authorisation from the firm. Likewise, the firm advises that, despite making use of all the means available, it cannot guarantee the absolute confidentiality of the communications when this type of documentation is sent via e-mail, as the use of internet is involved.


The information received by Huarte International shall be treated with absolute discretion. Forwarding personal data through the different means of contact to the firm constitutes the User's express and unequivocal acceptance for Huarte International to treat them for the sole purpose of managing its relationship with its clients or managing a selection process, in the event of forwarding CVs. Thus, the Users are informed, according to Article 5 of the Organic Law 15/1999 of 13 December on the Protection of Personal Data and to the Royal Decree 1720/2007, which approves the regulation for implementing it, that their data will be included in the firm's files, either automated or not, and will be used for the abovementioned purposes.


The acceptance of the data treatment may be revoked at any moment, according to Articles 6 and 11 of the Organic Law 15/1999 of 13 December, either in writing to Huarte International, in María Berdiales Street, number 2, Office 2, 36203 Vigo (Pontevedra), Spain; through the following fax: +34 986 070 564; or by means of the e.mail [email protected] The rights to access, correction, cancellation and objection to personal data may also be exercised through the same channels, in accordance with the legislation currently in force.


Governing Law and Jurisdiction

The following conditions of access are subject to Spanish Law. The User and Huarte International agree to expressly bring any action arising from the access to this Website before the Spanish Courts and Tribunals located in the city of Vigo, and they revoke any other general or special jurisdiction that might correspond.


Contact addresses

In the event that any User has any questions about these Terms and Conditions or any suggestions about the Website, they may contact Huarte International through the contact details specified on www.huarte.eu.