PRIVACY, RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS DERIVED FROM USE OF THE WEBSITE
MONTERREINA, commercial trademark which is held by MONTERREINA COMUNICACION S.L.U, sole-shareholder company, by means of its site www.monterreina.com , offers the necessary information relative to its products and services in the market of graphic arts, printing, composure and layout of books, specialist publications, catalogues, reports, manuals, brochures, print jobs and other graphic medium for Publicity Agencies, Editorials, the Public and Private Sector.
Access to the MONTERREINA website and the corresponding information on its products and services, manifested therein, presupposes the pursuant acceptance of the conditions that are established in the commitment and obligation detailed below.
GENERAL CONDITIONS OF USE
The information available on the website www.monterreina.com has been created simply for informative use, and should not be considered as binding by the users when it has not been confirmed in writing by the persons permitted to do so in the company.
The information provided on the website is valid as of the last update. MONTERREINA shall exercise the right to modify the information, at any time that the company policy deems it necessary, proceeding to publish it and it being bound upon the date of its publication.
MONTERREINA may adapt, delete, vary, complete or reduce the information offered on its website http://www.monterreina.com/ reserving the right to the information in the content. Likewise, it may completely or partially restrict access to the website http://www.monterreina.com/ in the event that technical difficulties provoked by third parties or by the private IT services of MONTERREINA alter or reduce the security level for adequate access and use of its website http://www.monterreina.com/.
MONTERREINA shall not be obliged to private, pursuant to current legislation, Organic Law 15/1999, of December 13, 1999, on Personal Data Protection, as well as Royal Decree 1720/2007, of December 21, 2007, through which its implementing provisions are approved, along with the necessary security and confidentiality for the data supplied by each USER on the website.
Whenever the USER requests information relating to services and/or products and their contracting, by means of the forms located on the pages of the MONTERREINA website, it shall be necessary to obtain personal data in order to comply with the request of the USER.
Therefore, when personal data has been assigned, the assignor may at any time exercise the rights to access, rectify, cancel and oppose the data, informing the holder of the file in writing using the address set out below or via our email address
Holder of file: Registered name: MONTERREINA COMUNICACION, S.L.U
Registered office address: Cabo de Gata nº 1-3, Área Empresarial de Andalucía, Sector 2. 28320 Pinto (Madrid).
Telephone number: 91.621.30.60
Registry information: Registro Mercantil de Madrid Tomo 1674. Folio 1. Hoja M-30446.
Employee Identification Number: B-84985472
The aforementioned data sufficiently complies with the information required in Article 10 of Law 34/2002 of July 11, 2002 number 166/2002 of IT services and e-commerce.
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS
The MONTERREINA website and all its content applies to logos, brands, commercial names, labels, graphic design, photographs, texts, images, IT files of diverse types, and generally any support material susceptible to being classed as an intellectual or industrial creation are protected by intellectual property rights (IP), of which MONTERREINA is the legitimate holder or a third party has granted the rights.
Being protected by IP legislation, under no circumstances can they be copied, exploited, commercialized, granted or used in any other way beneficial to third parties, except when there exists the express consent of MONTERREINA.
MONTERREINA reserves the right to request your attendance to exercise legal actions that it deems appropriate against those who may infringe or damage their IP rights.
APPLICABLE LAW AND JUDICIAL SUBMISSION
These Conditions of Use are submitted to Spanish legislation. In the event of a dispute regarding the interpretation or application thereof, the parties expressly waive any other jurisdiction which may correspond to them, and they submit to the jurisdiction of the Courts and Tribunals of Madrid.