As a whole our website is based upon three clauses:
1. Acceptance clause:
2. Jurisdictional clause:
The user by making use of the Services accepts explicitly to submit to the laws and competent courts in Salamanca (Spain), in the event of a dispute, and knowingly renounces the right to appeal to any other jurisdiction the user might be entitled to.
3. Limitation of the liability clause:
The company offers no guarantee that the service will be uninterrupted, timely, assured or free of error. Equally the company will not be responsible about the results that can be obtained from using the service with regards to accuracy, completion or reliability of any information obtained from it.
Any content, agreement, contract, or the like, included in this web complies with the Spanish Laws. Visitors of this web as well as any person or enterprise that utilizes or hires any service rendered in the web, expressly waiving their right of recourse to any other jurisdiction, are submitted to the Arbitral Tribunal of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Salamanca as a mechanism prior to the start of the legal action in the Courts of the City of Salamanca, in the event of a dispute.
This website does not host sites with content of a sexually implicit nature. Equally, this website does not host sites that promote illegal or unethical activities within the framework of the National Laws.
This website may publish contents provided by third parties or enterprises, however, PALACIOSALAMANCA is unable to vouch for the accuracy and veracity of the data provided and disclaims any liability whatsoever to any person or enterprise which make use of it.
PALACIOSALAMANCA.ES does not guarantee the absence of virus or any other elements in the web that may alter your computer system. PALACIOSALAMANCA.ES disclaims any contractual or non-contractual liability to the person or enterprise that by making use of any of our services might be compromised or incur damages of whatsoever nature caused by computer viruses or software applications, regardless of their kind.
We consider that each and every one should be responsible to ensure the security of their computer system and even when we are certain that our files TODAY are virus-free, we cannot certify the non-infection in the face of future viruses…