PLEA Beach House legal notice
Owner of website: http://www.plea.es.
SIMBAIN HOSTELS, S.L.
Address: Polígono Industrial Guarnizo, Parcela 22, 39611 Guarnizo (Cantabria).
Address to communicate directly with the company:
Barrio el Juncal Nº 10 – 12 39160.
Loredo, Ribamontán al Mar. Cantabria – Spain.
Tel. no.: 942 509 163.
E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
1.1. In accordance with the obligations established in Law 34/2002, of the Law of Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce, this document is to inform the users of the conditions of use of this website.
1.2. Any person who accesses the website and uses its services, is defined as a user, and is obliged to observe and comply with the articles stipulated herein, as well as any other legal regulation that may be applied.
1.3 These conditions are valid indefinitely and will be applicable until the publication of a new version.
1.4 The provider reserves the right to modify any type of information that may appear on the website, without the obligation of giving notice or communicating these changes to the users. It is understood that the publishing of these on the provider's website is sufficient.
1.5 In this sense, it is recommended that this legal warning is revised periodically.
1.6 The provider reserves the right to refuse or restrict a user's use of and/or access to the site, should this user not comply by these general conditions, with no right to compensation for this.
2.1 The user must be fully responsible with regards to the confidentiality and correct custody of any passwords they may use, thus preventing access to the sites of non-authorised persons.
2.2 In order to provide certain services offered through this website, user data is requested. The reason for this request is to be able to carry out the requested service correctly. The user promises that the data provided and stated are true, complete and correct, and agrees to notify the provider of any change to this data as soon as possible, to avoid problems that may arise should the provider have incorrect or out of date data.
3. Exemption of responsibility
3.1 The provider:
a) Is exempt from any type of responsibility originating from the information published on their website, provided that this information has not been manipulated or introduced by a third party unconnected to the provider.
b) Cannot guarantee the use made of the website and its services, whether or not this use complies with the law, these general conditions, morality and public order; however, the provider will adopt measures deemed appropriate at each time in order to comply with the current, valid legislation.
c) Is not responsible for the damage or injury of any type that may originate from the incorrect, illegal, or illicit use that the user makes of the website or the services and contents offered.
d) Reserves the right to prevent a user from accessing and using the website, at any moment and without notice, should the general and specific conditions of use not be complied with, and in cases involving behaviour against the law, morality, generally accepted good manners, and public order.
e) Reserves the right to modify this current legal warning, respecting the acquired rights of the users. All modifications will be communicated to the users as soon as possible. Notification of the modification is deemed to consist of the insertion of a new wording or the writing of any of the legal texts in this website. Using the website or accepting the corresponding legal texts implies the user's acceptance of these.
f) In no case will the provider be responsible for moral harm, loss of earnings and/or any other direct or indirect harm the user may suffer.
g) The user may be redirected from the client's website to a third party website. Given that the provider is unable to always control content introduced by third parties on their website, the provider does not have any responsibility with regards to this content. In all cases, the provider will communicate the immediate removal of any content that may go against national or international legislation, morality or public order. The user will no longer be redirected to this website and the competent authorities will be notified.
h) This website has been revised and tested to ensure it works correctly. Initially, it works correctly 365 days a year, 24 hours a day. However, the provider cannot rule out the possibility that circumstances may arise, such as programming errors, interruptions in the service to carry out maintenance work, or events out of their control, such as force majeure, natural catastrophes, acts carried out by hackers or crackers, strikes, or other, similar circumstances that make access to the website impossible.
i) In all cases, the user cannot request economic compensation because of interruption to the service.
4. Communication of incidents.
If there is any incident related to our products and/or services, you can contact us via email:email@example.com.
5. Intellectual and industrial property.
5.1 The website, including but not limited to its programming, editing, compilation, and other elements necessary for it to work correctly, the designs, logos, text and/or graphs, are the property of the provider, and the provider possesses a licence and express authorisation from the authors. All the content on the website is duly protected by the intellectual and industrial property regulation.
5.2 Independently of the purpose, the total or partial reproduction, use, exploitation, distribution and commercialisation, always requires written authorisation from the provider. Any use not authorised by the provider will be considered to be a serious breach of the intellectual and industrial author rights.
5.3 The designs, logos, text and/or graphs not belonging to the provider which may appear on the website, belong to the respective owners, who are responsible for any possible controversy that may arise from them. In all cases, the providers has express, prior authorisation from the owners of these.
5.4 The user and/or visitor to the website promises to comply with these rights, and in consequence, not to copy, reproduce, modify, distribute, transmit, publish, exhibit, or represent any of the referred to content of the website through means other than those specifically for this, those used legitimately on internet and which have been authorised beforehand, expressly and in writing, by the provider. Furthermore, the user and/or visitor agrees not to engage in any other activity that may infringe the provider's intellectual property rights, or those of the website users.
5.5 Any observation or comment with regards to intellectual property rights, as well as with regards to the content of the website, can be made by sending an e-mail to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
6. - Safeguard clause.
6.1 - The possible invalidity or inefficacy of one or several clauses of these general conditions, for whatever reason, does not determine the invalidity or the inefficacy of all of the conditions as a group; the other clauses will remain valid and effective.
7. - Legislation and jurisdiction
7.1. - The law applicable in the case of dispute or conflict over the interpretation of the terms comprising these Conditions of Use, as well as any other matter related to the website services, is Spanish Law.
7.2 - To resolve and controversy that may arise when using the website and its services, the parties agree to be subject to the jurisdiction of judges and the court unless something else is established in the regulation in procedural matters, and/or the consumers and users if the matter is regarding a consumer. If this consideration is not made, it will be agreed to be subject to the judges and courts in the Province of Cantabria.