The owner of the website is GLORIA GOMILA PELEGRÍ with ID number 41510988J
MARYBOLA complies with the requirements laid down in the Spanish Act 34/2002, of July 11th, regarding the Information Society Services and E-Commerce, as well as with the Organic Act 15/1999, of December 13th, on Personal Data Protection (LOPD) and for such purpose the following Legal Notice has been created:
The owner of the MARYBOLA website has his registered office at 07710.
GLORIA GOMILA PELEGRÍ, 07710
The user of the website fully and unconditionally accepts the provisions included in this Legal Notice, in the version published by GLORIA GOMILA PELEGRÍ as of the precise moment that the user accesses the website.
The MARYBOLA website can be freely visited and the user undertakes to use its contents and services in accordance with the law, with ethical standards, good conduct and this Legal Notice. To this end, the user shall refrain from using the website for purposes which are unlawful, forbidden and detrimental to the rights and interests of third parties.
MARYBOLA accepts no liability for any error or omission in this website’s contents or in the contents or any other content which can be accessed through it, nor for any damage that arises from the use of the website nor for any other act carried out based on the information provided in the same.
MARYBOLA does not guarantee the absence of virus or other harmful elements which may cause damage or alterations to the user’s IT system, electronic documents or files and he shall not be liable for any damage that such elements may cause to the user or to third parties.
The Website is of a merely informative nature, except for the sections requiring the user to register.
MARYBOLA reserves the right to update or eliminate the contents in this website, as well as to limit or prevent access to them, either temporarily or permanently, without prior notification.
All Intellectual and industrial property rights with respect to the MARYBOLA website and its contents (texts, images, designs, creative artworks, software, and source code) belong to the owner of the MARYBOLA website. All the trade names, brands or distinctive signs whatsoever included in this website are protected by law and any reproduction, distribution, public communication and transformation, wholly or in part, without the express authorization of MARYBOLA is strictly forbidden.
MARYBOLA protects personal data as provided in the Organic Law on Data Protection (LOPD) and in the in the Security Measures Regulation under which it is developped.
MARYBOLA guarantees confidentiality of the personal data provided by the users and its automated processing in accordance with current legislation on personal data protection, as well as all other applicable regulations on this matter.
Personal data collected will be automatically processed and incorporated into the corresponding automated files with the purpose of maintaining the established relationship between the parties, as well as managing, administrating and rendering the services. It is mandatory to answer all of the questions about personal data indicated as such in the contact Form.
MARYBOLA will not use your personal data for any other purpose than those mentioned before, unless previous notice in the WEBSITE is given to the users allowing reasonable time to exercise their right to oppose the collection of personal data.
Users may exercise their right of access, cancellation, rectification and opposition to the processing, use and assignment of their data by written communication addressed to MARYBOLA at the email address firstname.lastname@example.org.
MARYBOLA shall not assign the users’ personal data collected through the WEBSITE to third parties without the users’ express consent.
GLORIA GOMILA PELEGRÍ assumes no responsibility for the content, information or services offered in the links provided in our Web, which are merely for information purposes.
This Website is governed by Spanish Law.
Information regarding online dispute resolution pursuant to Art. 14 Para. 1 of the ODR (Online Dispute Resolution Regulation):
The European Commission gives consumers the opportunity to resolve online disputes pursuant to Art. 14 Para. 1 of the ODR on one of their platforms. The platform (http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr) serves as a site where consumers can try to reach out-of-court settlements of disputes arising from online purchases and contracts for services.