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Legal Advice 2017-06-18T19:57:37+00:00

Legal Advice

Legal advice for users of www.caralb.com

Caralb Marítima, SA informs you that access and use of this site is subject to the following conditions of use, which we recommend you take the time to read, since access and use of these pages implies acceptance of the same.

The user promises to use these web pages in accordance with both the law and this legal warning together with the rules and instructions which we bring to your attention and general codes of good conduct and public order.

 

The law 34/2002 of ‘Services for the information society and electronic commerce in Spain’ (henceforth referred to as LSSICE)

The web site you are visiting is the property of Caralb Marítima, SA, ship agency with international tax identification number A43961465, based in 43005 Tarragona (SPAIN), Av. Vidal i Barraquer 27A. The electronic mail address to contact in relation to this website is ops@caralb.com.

Since Caralb Marítima, SA may provide services on line and both receive and send information by electronic mail from its domain server caralb.com, we wish to inform you that information society services may not offend the following principles: public order, safety, health and national defense; consumer protection, respect for individual dignity and non-discrimination on the basis of race, gender, religion, opinion, nationality, discapacity or any other personal or social circumstance; child and youth protection. Caralb Marítima, SA defends these principles and in compliance with the afore-mentioned law we are obliged to collaborate with the competent public authorities set up to regulate particular services.

To this end, we inform you that the sending of spam or large-scale unsolicited maildrops is prohibited under the law above and that Caralb Marítima, SA follows a policy of ‘permission marketing’, whereby we request consent with respect to the commercial communications sent by electronic mail which we may send you. We hereby inform you that in compliance with the LSSICE law in articles 20 and 21, the data which you have provided us with will only be used to send you those commercial communications about our products and services which may be of interest to you. These communications will be carried out by Caralb Marítima, SA directly to yourself and without prejudice to your right to withdraw permission to receive said commercial communications at any time, an action for which we hereby assume your consent. Permission may be withdrawn at any time by writing to the address above and/or using the subscribe and unsubscribe registers on our database of subscribers for automatic mailing of technical and/or commercial information.

 

Intellectual and industrial property

The logotype and texts, information and contents contained in the website www.caralb.com are the intellectual property of Caralb Marítima, SA or other companies and total or partial reproduction of this site, data processing or distribution, modification, transformation or decompilation is strictly forbidden without prior permission in writing from Caralb Marítima, SA.

Some products quoted in this website are the property of third parties, whether for copyright or trademark purposes. The user may solely and exclusively make use of material appearing in the site for their own private and personal use, so that any use whatsoever for commercial gain or illicit activity remains strictly forbidden. All rights deriving from intellectual property are expressly reserved by Caralb Marítima, SA.

 

Protection of personal data

Personal data compiled or sent via contracting or contact forms from Caralb Marítima, SA’ website shall be subject to manual and/or automatic processing, and ownership of the resulting files, some of which may remain in the server, will correspond to Caralb Marítima, SA.

Compilation and treatment of personal data will be carried out in accordance with the contractual relationship established in each case with Caralb Marítima, SA together with the management, administration, delivery and upgrading of such services as the user may choose to contract.