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www.acrelianews.com is a website, whose domain name is registered and owned by ACRECENTA SOLUTIONS SL (hereinafter, interchangeably, ACRELIA NEWS) with address at Avenida President Companys, 9, planta 1, 08911 Badalona (Barcelona) registered in the Mercantile Registry of Barcelona, Volume 45101, Folio 221, Page 476884, Entry 1; and with NIF B66656281.
In www.acrelianews.com, the activity of ACRELIANEWS is reported. Access to www.acrelianews.com is free. The use of the website implies acceptance of the content of this Legal Notice and, in the case of contracting our services, with the Terms and Conditions thereof.
By accessing the website www.acrelianews.com, the user agrees to use the information and contents thereof in accordance with this Legal Notice, with current legislation and with generally accepted good customs and public order, and in particular to:
ACRELIA NEWS, cannot be held responsible for possible damages or losses arising from the malfunction of the telematic networks that facilitate access to www.acrelianews.com, as well as possible interruptions of access, viruses, connections and operating systems for accessing the Internet network. Likewise, ACRELIA NEWS cannot be held responsible for possible damages derived from illegal and illegitimate actions of third parties outside ACRELIA NEWS, in the transmission of data through telematic networks.
The information contained in the website may not be updated at all times, in which case ACRELIA NEWS will not be responsible for possible damages derived from external use and / or by third parties of the information provided.
ACRELIA NEWS, reserves the right to be able to temporarily suspend accessibility to the website when necessary, without prior notice and thus be able to carry out the necessary maintenance and updating actions.
www.acrelianews.com, may contain links and / or links (links) to external websites of third parties whose content is not attributable or enforceable to ACRELIANEWS, the owner of each of the accessed websites being responsible.
The establishment of any hyperlink from a website to that of www.acrelianews.com, must always be made to the main page, being prohibited the total and / or partial reproduction of the services contained in www.acrelianews.com, without prior notice authorization.
The contents (including, but not exclusively, texts, logos, images, drawings, web design, trademarks, source code and software) of the website www.acrelianews.com are protected by industrial property legislation and current intellectual property and any other applicable regulations. The legitimate exploitation of the same corresponds exclusively to ACRELIA NEWS or its licensors, being totally prohibited the total or partial reproduction and / or distribution of any type of content by the user and / or third parties if there is no express authorization by ACRELIA NEWS empowering or allowing the dissemination of the same.
In no case does access to the website www.acrelianews.com imply permission, waiver, transmission, license or total or partial cession of said rights by their owners or any other right of use, alteration, exploitation, reproduction, distribution or public communication, unless ACRELIA NEWS expressly authorizes otherwise.
Without prejudice to the foregoing, if the user or a third party considers that any content on the website www.acrelianews.com could violate the rights of third parties, please let us know as soon as possible. p >
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The content of this Legal Notice has an indefinite duration, and may be modified at any time in attention to the regulations in force at any time and to the changes that may arise from the activity of ACRELIA NEWS.
The content of this Legal Notice and any of the privacy policies, cookies or applicable sectoral regulations are governed by the Spanish Laws in force at all times. In case of dispute or controversy, the parties will submit to the jurisdiction of the competent Courts and Tribunals. In the event that the parties consider it necessary to resort to alternative dispute resolution systems, such as arbitration or mediation, they must propose and accept it expressly and in writing at the time the dispute arises, and always based on the provisions of the regulations application.