These Terms and Conditions regulate the use of the site that UBART.ES makes available to people accessing its Web site in order to provide information about its own products and services and / or third parties, and to facilitate access to the same.
UBART.ES with registered address in Valladolid (Spain) and CIF number 15960740M is the domain name of this website whose use is governed by this document. To contact UBart, you can use the email address firstname.lastname@example.org .
The navigation that can be carried out by the website can be made enjoying the condition of Client, which is acquired according to the procedures included therein. Therefore, the aforementioned condition of Customer assumes adherence to these General Conditions. UBART.ES reserves the right to modify, at any time, the presentation and configuration of the Website, as well as the present General Conditions. The pages of the website accessible to the general public are likewise subject to these terms and conditions to the extent that they may be applicable at the time of their access.
The access to the Services requires the previous registration of the users, once they accept the General Conditions, becoming considered as Customers.
The Customer’s identifier will be composed of his / her e-mail address and a password. For access to the client’s own account, it will be necessary to include this identifier, as well as a password that must contain at least 4 characters.
The use of the password is personal and non-transferable, not allowing the transfer, or even temporary, to third parties. In this regard, the Client undertakes to make diligent use and to keep the same secret, assuming all responsibility for the consequences of its disclosure to third parties.
The Client undertakes to use the Services in a correct and lawful manner, and in particular, by way of example and not limitation, undertakes to refrain from:
– reproduce or copy, distribute, allow public access through any form of public communication, transform or modify the Services, unless authorized by the holder of the corresponding rights or is legally permitted;
– perform any act that may be considered an infringement of any intellectual or industrial property rights belonging to ubart.es or to third parties;
UBART.ES will be entitled to interrupt, in its sole discretion, the Service or exclude the Client from the Website in case of alleged, complete or incomplete commission of any of the crimes or offenses established by the Criminal Code in force, which are contrary to These General Conditions or may disrupt the good operation, image, credibility and / or prestige of ubart.es or its collaborators.
The content of the website , such as texts, graphics, photographs, logos, icons, images as well as graphic design, source code and software are the exclusive property of UBART .ES and protected by national and international legislation.It is strictly forbidden to use these elements for commercial purposes as well as their distribution, modification, alteration or decompilation.
Those Customers who submit to the Website comments, opinions or comments are understood to authorize UBART.ES for the reproduction, distribution and public communication of such comments, opinions or comments, for as long as the legal protection provided for by law And without territorial limitation. It is also understood that this authorization is made free of charge.
Any claims that may be brought by Customers in relation to possible breaches of intellectual or industrial property rights over any of the Services of this Website should be addressed to the following email address: email@example.com UBART.ES is not responsible for your use of the Services of the Website or its passwords, as well as any other material thereof, infringing the rights Intellectual property or any other right of third parties.
UBART.ES does not guarantee or assume any type of responsibility for the damages suffered by the access to Services of third parties that can not control and does not control the lawfulness of the Services nor its quality. Consequently, the Client must exercise extreme caution in the valuation and use of the information and services existing in the contents of third parties.
The applicable Law and Jurisdiction for any issues that may arise and in case of dispute, will be the Spanish legislation to which both parties agree to submit.