1. Legal Notice
In compliance with article 10 of Law 34/2002, of 11 July, on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce (LSSICE), the following is the company’s identifying data.
Holder: Association for the Development of Health through Care
C. I. F. S.: G76168939
Address: c/ Cirilo Moreno, 1-3C
C. P. P. 35007 LAS PALMAS DE GRAN CANARIA (LAS PALMAS)
The Association for the Development of Health through Care is the owner of the domain name and Internet page accessed through https://attentiontothepresent.com
The present conditions (hereinafter referred to as “Legal Notice”) are intended to regulate the use of this website that The Association for Health Development through Attention (hereinafter “THE COMPANY”) makes available to the public at this URL.
The use of the website by a third party attributes the condition of User and implies full acceptance by said User of each and every one of the conditions that are incorporated into this Legal Notice.
3. Conditions of Use of the Website
The present legal conditions are adapted to the different legal regulations related to the virtual sale of products and services, such as Law 7/1996, of January 15,1996, on the Regulation of Retail Trade (reformed by Law 47/2002); Law 34/2002 of July 11,2002, on Information Society and Electronic Commerce Services (reformed by Royal Decree-Law 13/2012, of March 30); Royal Legislative Decree 1/2007, of March 30,2007, on the sale of products and services.
Through this Web Site, users are provided with access to and use of various services and contents made available by THE COMPANY Not by third parties.
The purpose of this website is to provide information about the services and activity of THE COMPANY
In general, access to and use of this Portal does not require prior registration or registration of users.
Accuracy of user information
The user guarantees the veracity and authenticity of the information and data communicated by virtue of the completion of the requests and forms of contact and/or subscription that, where appropriate, are required to access certain services. In this sense, it is the user’s obligation to keep the information updated in such a way that it corresponds to reality at all times.
Any false or inaccurate statement that occurs as a result of the information and data expressed as well as the damages that such information could cause will be the sole responsibility of the user.
Obligation to use services and content correctly
The user assumes the obligation to make proper use of the services and content that make up this Portal in accordance with the current General Conditions, laws and morals and generally accepted good customs, as well as public order.
Users may only use its contents and services for their own personal use and, therefore, they shall refrain from carrying out any act that, directly or indirectly, involves a commercial exploitation of the same.
In any case, users will use the contents and services provided by THE COMPANY in accordance with current legislation, and assume the responsibilities that correspond to them for conduct or activities that, in any way, may be illegal or harmful to the rights of third parties or that may damage, prevent or limit the use of this Website.
In particular, and by way of illustration only and not exhaustive, the users undertake not to capture data or content for advertising purposes, as well as not to transmit or disseminate through this website messages, images, photographs, software, data or content that in any way contravene or infringe fundamental rights recognized by the legal system:
• induce, incite or promote criminal, degrading, defamatory, inflammatory, violent, discriminatory actions based on sex, race, religion or ideology, or, in general, are contrary to the law, morality or public order;
• are false, ambiguous, inaccurate, exaggerated, obscene or extemporaneous;
• are protected by any intellectual or industrial property rights belonging to third parties, except with the prior and sufficient authorization of their legitimate owner;
• damage or may harm the right to honour, personal privacy, the image of third parties or infringe regulations on the secrecy or confidentiality of communications;
• constitute unlawful, misleading or unfair advertising;
• contain viruses, Trojan horses or any other material or software that may damage or alter the operation of computer equipment or systems.