LAWYERS ADVISORS

Legal Notice

In adherence to the duty of disclosure stated in the article 10 of the Law 34/2002 of 11 July on Services of the Information Society and e-Commerce, the following information is disclosed below:

Identification Data

The owner of the web domain is Lextax Consulting, S.L.P. (hereinafter referred to as ‘Lextax’), with residence in Carrer D’Avall 31, Bajo, 03730, Jávea (Alicante, Spain), Company Tax Code B-54601398 and email address info@lextax.es.

LexTax is formed by:

Website User Status

Accessing and using the Lextax.es website shall grant the status of user and imply user’s compliance with the Conditions and Terms of Use that are hereby stated. These Conditions shall apply irrespective of the General Contract Conditions that may be binding on a case by case basis.

Use of the Website

The website and the application contain material generated by Lextax for informative purposes only. Therefore, users should take into account that this material may not provide updated information on the legal, doctrinal or jurisprudential status of the matters discussed. Furthermore, the Lextax team reserves the right to modify, further develop or update this material without any forewarning.

The material provided by this website and/or the application shall not, in any case, substitute any advice of legal, economic or any other nature whatsoever. Accessing this material shall neither pretend to represent nor actually imply any sort of relation neither between the lawyer and/or auditor and client, nor between Lextax and its website users. Therefore, users should not act based upon the information provided by the website without previously seeking appropriate professional advice.

Users shall not send any sort of confidential information to Lextax without having previously contacted with any of our experts and having been duly authorised to send the aforementioned information.

Users shall assume the responsibility for their use of the website, committing to use the contents provided by Lextax appropriately. Instances of an inappropriate use of the website and its contents include, but are not limited to, those mentioned below:

Lextax reserves the right to remove those comments and contributions that infringe upon respect for the human dignity of individuals and/or are of a discriminatory, xenophobic, racist or pornographic nature, commit an outrage against youth, children, social order and public security or that are not deemed appropriate.

In any case, Lextax shall not take any responsibility for any of the opinions expressed by the website users, either via the Lextax blog or any other media tools that may be created.

Intellectual and Industrial Property

Lextax, either as of itself or in its capacity as a grantee, is the sole and exclusive owner of the intellectual and industrial property rights of its website and its elements (brands, logos, images, sound, audio, video, texts, designs, animations, website programming and design) or any other website contents or elements, or else has the licenses or permits required for the aforementioned use. By virtue of the regulations established by the articles 8 and 32.1, second paragraph, of the Intellectual Property Law, the unauthorised reproduction, distribution and public sharing of the entirety and/or part of this website contents for commercial purposes, in and via any medium, are strictly prohibited. Furthermore, Lextax has the ownership and/or appropriate licenses for the use of all the distinctive signs in the website, which have been duly registered. The reproduction or distribution via any medium of the aforementioned signs without the owner’s express authorisation is therefore strictly prohibited.

Users may watch the website elements and even print, copy and store these contents in the hard drive of their computers or any other physical device as long as such actions are intended for personal purposes solely.

Accessing and navigating this website shall never be understood as a waiver, transfer, license, total or partial grant of the aforementioned rights by Lextax or, where appropriate, by the owner of these rights.

Liability Exemption

Lextax, either as of itself or in its capacity as a grantee, is the sole and exclusive owner of the intellectual and industrial property rights of its website and its elements (brands, logos, images, sound, audio, video, texts, designs, animations, website programming and design) or any other website contents or elements, or else has the licenses or permits required for the aforementioned use. By virtue of the regulations established by the articles 8 and 32.1, second paragraph, of the Intellectual Property Law, the unauthorised reproduction, distribution and public sharing of the entirety and/or part of this website contents for commercial purposes, in and via any medium, are strictly prohibited. Furthermore, Lextax has the ownership and/or appropriate licenses for the use of all the distinctive signs in the website, which have been duly registered. The reproduction or distribution via any medium of the aforementioned signs without the owner’s express authorisation is therefore strictly prohibited.

Users may watch the website elements and even print, copy and store these contents in the hard drive of their computers or any other physical device as long as such actions are intended for personal purposes solely.

Accessing and navigating this website shall never be understood as a waiver, transfer, license, total or partial grant of the aforementioned rights by Lextax or, where appropriate, by the owner of these rights.

Exclusion Policy

Lextax reserves the right to deny or withdraw the right to access the website and/or the services offered by the website without any forewarning to the users who break the general Conditions and Terms of Use.

Modifications to the Website

Lextax reserves the right to make any changes that it deems appropriate on the website without any forewarning, and is therefore entitled to make changes, omissions or further additions both with regard to the website contents and services and the way in which these contents and services are presented or localised in the website.

Rights to Legal Action in the Event of Non-Compliance

Lextax shall pursue the non-compliance of these Conditions as well as any inappropriate use of the website by taking all civil and penal actions to which it may be entitled.

Modifications to the Conditions and Terms of Use

Lextax shall be able to modify in any moment the Conditions and Terms of Use hereby stated, which will then be duly published here. The validity of these Conditions shall be based on their statement and shall remain until further modifications are duly published.

Legislation

The relation between Lextax and the user shall be governed by the Spanish regulations currently in force, with any arising controversy to be settled in the Courts of Almería, unless it is otherwise stipulated by the legislation currently in force.

Privacy and Cookies Policy

Privacy and Data Protection Policy. Purpose of the Received Data and Consent to Data Processing

In accordance with the stipulations in the Article 5 of the Organic Law 15/1999 on Personal Data Protection, users are hereby informed that, by means of the website registration forms, personal data are collected and stored in a file with the sole purpose of electronic communication, such as newsletters, sharing new posts and any other forms of communication that Lextax may deem interesting for its website users.

Those fields marked as compulsory shall be indispensable to complete registration at the website.

Only the owner of the aforementioned personal data shall be entitled to access this information, which shall never be transferred, shared or sold to any third party.

The acceptance of the Privacy Policy shall be understood to all intents and purposes as the express and unequivocal consent, as stipulated in the Article 6 of the Organic Law on Personal Data Protection, given by the user with regard to the Personal Data Processing in accordance with the terms and conditions hereby exposed.

Compliance with the Implementation Regulations

Lextax complies with the regulations stipulated by the Organic Law 15/1999 of 13 December on Personal Data Protection, the Royal Decree 1720/2007 of 21 December by which the Organic Law Implementation Regulations are approved and any other current regulation which may apply to each case, in order to guarantee the appropriate use and processing of the user’s personal data.

Security Measures

Lextax informs its website users that the technical and organisational security measures required to guarantee the security of their personal data and avoid their alteration, loss or unauthorised processing and/or treatment, given the current advanced state of technology, the nature of the stored data and the risks to which they are exposed, coming either from any human action or any physical or natural factor, in accordance with the stipulations of the Article 9 of the Organic Law on Intellectual Property and the Title VIII of the Organic Law on Personal Data Protection Implementation Regulations.

Practising the Rights to Access, Rectify, Cancel and Oppose Personal Data

Those natural persons who have provided their personal data through Lextax.com shall be entitled to contact with its owner to practise, free of charge, their rights to access, rectify, cancel and oppose those personal data stored in Lextax.com files.

Users who wish to practise their rights shall be able to do so by contacting Lextax using the address listed on the Contact section.

Links

Our website may include hyperlinks to other websites that are neither run nor controlled by Lextax. Therefore, we do not guarantee nor take any responsibility for the legality, purpose, veracity, utility and topicality of the contents of those websites and their privacy policies.

Modifications on the Privacy Police

Lextax reserves the right to modify its Privacy Policy, either in accordance with its own criteria or motivated by a legislative, jurisprudential or doctrinal change of the Spanish Data Protection Agency.

Use of Cookies

Apart from the aforementioned instances, while visiting Lextax.com the website may collect personal data, mainly through the use of cookies.

Cookies are small text files that a server may store in the hard drive of your computer, tablet, mobile phone or any other electronic device of your choice to access the Internet and that contains information on users’ visit to the web, their navigation preferences, the information they are most interested in, language, etc.

Depending on their nature, cookies can be classified according to the types described below:

Cookies can be used to collect specific information during your visit to the website. Cookies are used in order to improve navigation and functionality, because this information can help XXX to ensure that the website and the services offered adjust as much as possible to the needs and preferences of its users.

In our case, the cookies used in our website do not collect information that identifies the user on a personal basis.

These are the cookies used by our website:

NAME

DURATION

DOMAIN

DESCRIPTION

__utma

Two years from the configuration or update

Google Analytics

It is used in order to distinguish between users and sessions. The cookie is created when the Javascript library is run and there is not any __utma cookie. The cookie is updated every time that data are sent to Google Analytics.

__utmb

30 minutes from the configuration or update

Google Analytics

It is used to determine new sessions or visits. The cookie is created when the JavaScript library is run and there is not any __utmb cookie. The cookie is updated every time that data are sent to Google Analytics.

__utmc

End of the browser session

Google Analytics

It is not used in ga.js. It is configurated to interact with urchin.js. This cookie used to combine with __utmb to determine whether the user had started a new session or visit.

__utmz

Six months from the configuration or update

Google Analytics

This cookie stores the traffic source or the campaign that explains how the user has arrived to the website. It is created when the Javascript library is run and it is updated every time that data are sent to Google Analytics.

Guest_id

2 years

Twitter

This cookie is generated by Twitter.com to recognise registered users of this social network.

_ga: 

2 years

Twitter

This cookie is generated by Twitter.com to recognise registered users of this social network.

pid

1 year

Twitter

This cookie is generated by Twitter.com to recognise registered users of this social network.

The information obtained by cookies is of a statistical nature – for instance, related to the number of visited websites, the language, social network in which our articles and news are published, the location to which the IP address from which the user accessed the website is assigned, the frequency and duration of the visits, the browser used and the operator or type of server from which the user visited the website. We use this information with the sole purpose of deciding on further improvements for the website in order to offer a better service to our website users and facilitate their interaction with social networks such as Twitter.

Users can set their Internet browser so that it will notify them every time a new cookie is stored in the computer, so that they can decide whether to accept it or reject it. Users should keep in mind that some parts of the website might not function properly if cookies are rejected.

Users should refer to their browser’s options settings in order to enable, block, delete or find more about the cookies installed in their devices. Please read more information on how to do this with different browsers in the following links:

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