Information in accordance with Article 10 of the LSSI
The owner of this website is:
Identity: Cancospmar S.L.
Address: Urbanització Rosamar. 17246 Santa Cristina d’Aro | Girona.
Phone: 972 82 21 81
The use of this website implies full acceptance of the terms and conditions of this legal notice. The possible conflicts related to this website will be governed exclusively by the law of the Spanish State. Every person using the website, regardless of the territorial jurisdiction from which their access occurs, accepts compliance with and respect for these clauses, expressly waiving any other jurisdiction that may correspond to them.
Intellectual and industrial property
The entire content of this website, be it texts, images, sounds, brands, logos or other elements, as well as substructure, design, color combinations or presentation of materials, are protected by industrial and intellectual property rights. that the user of this website must respect. Its transformation or alteration, public communication or any other form of exploitation by any procedure is not lawful without the express authorization of Cancospmar S.L.
Responsibility for content
Although Cancospmar S.L. acts with the maximum possible diligence, it may be the case that some data or information is not completely updated at the time the user of the website consults it. For this reason, the information presented on this website has a guiding function and does not bind Cancospmar S.L.
Cancospmar S.L. will not be responsible for the information that can be obtained through links included on its website.
Cancospmar S.L. reserves the right to carry out, at any time and without prior notice, modifications or updates to the information and any of the elements that make up the design and configuration of the website.
Applicable law and jurisdiction
The use of this website implies full acceptance of the terms and conditions of this legal policy. Possible conflicts related to this website will be governed exclusively by Spanish legislation, with the Spanish Courts and Tribunals being competent to hear any questions that may arise about it. The user, by virtue of their acceptance, expressly waives any jurisdiction that, by application of the current Civil Procedure Law, may correspond to them.