- Terms and conditions of use
- 1. Introduction
- 2. Object
- 3. Undertakings of the users
- 4. Liabilities and warranties
- 5. Intellectual property
- 6. Data protection
- 7. Cookies and similar technology policy
- 8. Third-party links
- 9. Amendments of the terms and conditions of use
- 10. Forms of communication
- 11. Notification of incidents and possible breaches
- 12. Independence and integration of the clauses
- 13. Final provisions, applicable legislation, competent courts
Terms and conditions of use
SEAT, S.A.U. (hereinafter, “SEAT”) is a Spanish company with registered office in Martorell (Barcelona), at Autovía A-2, Km. 585, 08760, with Tax Identification Number A-28049161, duly registered in the Mercantile Registry of Barcelona in Volume 23662, Folio 1, Page number B-56855. Its e-mail contact address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
SEAT is the holder of all intellectual property or any other kind of rights on the website www.casa.seat (hereinafter the “Website”), the access to and use of which by users (hereinafter “User” or “Users”) is subject to these terms and conditions of use (hereinafter, “Terms and Conditions of Use”) and will be supplemented with any other applicable legal texts.
We ask you to read the Terms and Conditions of Use carefully. Accessing the Website and using the material contained therein means that you have read and accept these Terms and Conditions of Use. If not in agreement with all or part of these Terms and Conditions of Use, the User should refrain from using the Website.
The Website contains information and news on CASA SEAT. In particular, Users will find references to the location of the CASA SEAT venue, the purpose for which it was created and is used, the contents it houses, as well as an agenda of events of all kinds that will be held there or at other locations.
In this regard, notwithstanding the contents of the preceding paragraphs, SEAT grants Users a non-exclusive, non-sublicensable and non-transferable right to use the Website and its options, the content and other functions available, which will be subject to the remaining terms included in these Terms and Conditions of Use, as well as any other terms and conditions of use and applicable legislation.
3. Undertakings of the users
In general, the User undertakes to comply with these Terms and Conditions of Use and to comply with the special warnings or instructions for use contained herein and to act at all times in accordance with ruling law and established public order, exercising due diligence and refraining from using the Website in any way that might prevent, damage or impair normal operation thereof, the assets or rights of SEAT, other Users or, in general, any third party.
Specifically, but in no way limiting the provisions of the preceding paragraph, the User undertakes to:
- Provide truthful information on the data requested in the forms provided by SEAT to subscribe to newsletters, register for events, contact customer service or access certain contents offered through the Website and keep such data up-to-date. SEAT reserves the right, notwithstanding any other legal measures available to it, to withdraw, deny or suspend access to the Website in the event that the data provided are or could be false, inaccurate or misleading. In any case, the User will be fully responsible for any data or contents he/she transmits or communicates to SEAT. In this regard, the User accepts responsibility for any damages that may arise from improper use thereof.
- Not introduce, store or spread through the Website any program, data, virus, code or any other electronic or physical device capable of causing damage to the Website, any of the services or any of the equipment, systems or networks of SEAT, of any other User or, in general, of any third party.
- Not alter, copy, download, modify, decompile, disassemble, reverse engineer, grant licenses on, lease, sell or imitate the Website, its contents or its base software.
- Not introduce, store or spread through the Website any content that breaches intellectual property rights or business secrets of third parties, or in general any content on which he or she does not hold, in accordance with the law, the right to make it available to third parties.
4. Liabilities and warranties
SEAT is not liable for any damages that may arise from interference, omissions, interruptions, computer viruses, breakdowns and/or disconnections in the operation of the electronic system or computer equipment of Users, due to causes unrelated to SEAT, that prevent or delay browsing on the Website, or delays or blocks in use caused by deficiencies or overloads on Internet or in other electronic systems, or the impossibility of providing the service or permitting access for causes not attributable to SEAT, due to the User, third parties or events of force majeure.
However, SEAT declares that it has adopted and will adopt, as the case may be, all the necessary measures within its possibilities and the state of the art to guarantee correct operation of the Website and to prevent the existence and transmission of viruses and other damaging components to Users.
SEAT reserves the right to interrupt access to the Website at any time without prior warning, either for technical, security, control or maintenance reasons or failure in electricity supply or for any other cause. SEAT does not control, in general, the use that Users make of the Website.
SEAT is not liable for the use by Users of the content of the Website that may constitute a breach of any kind of national or international legislation, intellectual property rights or any other rights of third parties.
SEAT is not liable for any errors or omissions in the content of the Website or any other that may be accessed through it. Furthermore SEAT may not be deemed liable for any damages deriving from the use of the Website or any other action carried out based on the information provided therein.
SEAT does not guarantee the absence of viruses or other harmful elements that could cause damage or alteration to the computer system, electronic documents or files of the user of the Website. Consequently, SEAT is not liable for any damage that such elements may cause to the user or to third parties.
5. Intellectual property
All Intellectual Property rights as well as all the information contained in the Website (including the information, text, data, images, graphics, designs, source code, software, trademarks, browsing structures, databases, etc. and any other content appearing therein) are the sole property of SEAT and/or its licenses.
No intellectual property right such as copyright, trademarks, designs or other rights on the Website or on any of its integral elements is assigned through these Terms and Conditions of Use, except for the limited license for use which is granted to the Users in order to use the Website in the terms set out herein.
In this regard, the reproduction, transfer, transformation, distribution, public communication, making available, extraction, reuse, exploitation or use in any way, through any means or procedure or any of the foregoing by the User is expressly prohibited, except in cases where it is legally permitted or expressly authorized in writing by SEAT.
Users grants SEAT a non-exclusive, unlimited, full, transferable, free and sub-licensable right on the data they provide that are not personal data or any data in which personal reference has been eliminated (anonymized data) and, as the case may be, on the distinctive marks of the company they represent, such use in this last case being limited to the relationship of the aforesaid company with SEAT and its activities. Any other use shall require prior authorization.
6. Data protection
7. Cookies and similar technology policy
8. Third-party links
These Terms and Conditions of Use refer solely to the SEAT Website and contents, and do not apply to third-party links, websites and/or apps accessible through it or, in general, any other service provided by third parties. SEAT cannot control the information, content, products or services provided by third parties that have established links to the Website and access thereto through the Website does not mean that SEAT recommends or approves the content thereof.
Consequently, SEAT does not accept any liability whatsoever deriving therefrom. In the event of accessing other networks or computer resources, the User agrees to submit to the provisions of the corresponding terms and conditions of use and privacy policies.
SEAT offers the User the aforesaid links and information and/or services solely for the User’s convenience, and it is the User’s responsibility to read and accept the terms and conditions of use and privacy policies of such linked websites or apps. Their inclusion in the Website does not imply approval of the linked website by SEAT.
In any case, SEAT states that it will proceed to withdraw any link immediately when the content to which it redirects may be in breach of national or international legislation, morals or public order.
9. Amendments of the terms and conditions of use
SEAT reserves the right to amend or update these Terms and Conditions of Use at any time, as well as any kind of information that may appear on the Website.
10. Forms of communication
For the purposes of these Terms and Conditions of Use and for any communication that may be necessary between the User and SEAT, User should contact email@example.com.
11. Notification of incidents and possible breaches
SEAT respects third-party rights and applicable legislation. The User of the Website is obliged to do likewise.
In the event of finding technical incidents in the operation of the Website or finding errors, inaccuracies or content that breaches legislation in any of the different sections, Users may contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
12. Independence and integration of the clauses
The unlawfulness, nullity or unenforceability of any of the clauses of these Terms and Conditions of Use will not affect the enforceability of the remaining clauses, provided that the rights and obligations of the parties deriving from the Terms and Conditions of Use are not essentially affected. The term “essential” refers to any situation that seriously damages the interests of any of the parties, or that affects the very object of these Terms and Conditions of Use. Such clauses shall be replaced or integrated with others that conform to law and fulfil the purpose of the replaced clauses. The parties waive any claim for damages that may be sought due to this circumstance.
13. Final provisions, applicable legislation, competent courts
These Terms and Conditions of Use are governed by common Spanish legislation. If the User is considered to be a consumer, these Terms and Conditions of Use will also be subject to any applicable local legislation.
Any dispute related to these Terms and Conditions of Use will be submitted to the competent courts of the city of Barcelona (Spain), and in the event that a User acting as a consumer is involved, to the court corresponding to the User/consumer’s domicile.
If acting as a consumer, the User may also submit any dispute deriving from or arising in relation to these Terms and Conditions of Use to an alternative dispute resolution (ADR) procedure. The list of available ADR platforms of the European Commission may be consulted at the following link:
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