Pursuant to Article 10 of Law 34/2002 of 11 July, Law on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce (LSSI-CE), this website is the property of the Canarina Foundation for Nature and the Environment (hereinafter Canarina Foundation), whose registered office is at Schützenstraße 24, 78462 Konstanz/Germany. German tax number 09041/20572. Telephone: +49 7531 365580. Authorised representatives: Ms Anne Striewe, Ms Ines Eckert and Mr Elmar Uricher.
Contact e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Purpose and Acceptance:
The purpose of this legal notice is to regulate the conditions of use and navigation of the website by the user. In this sense, access and use of the same implies full and unconditional acceptance of all the provisions contained therein, correct use in accordance with the regulations in force and liability towards STIFTUNG CANARINA and towards third parties for any damage that may be caused by such non-compliance.
FUNDACIÓN CANARINA regularly verifies the content and information published on the website. However, these may not be complete or up to date, so FUNDACIÓN CANARINA accepts no responsibility for the lack of updating or accuracy of the information, data or content published there. FUNDACIÓN CANARINA also cannot control the use made by the user of the information published and therefore cannot be held liable for any direct or indirect damage that may result from the use of this information.
It is possible that the Website may direct you to third party content. As the website cannot always control the content posted by third parties, STIFTUNG CANARINA accepts no responsibility for this content. In any case, the provider declares that it will immediately remove any content that may be contrary to national or international legislation, morality or public order by immediately removing the redirection to these websites and informing the competent authorities of the content in question. The provider is not responsible for the information and content stored, in particular in forums, chats, blogs, comments, social networks or other media that allow third parties to publish content independently of the provider’s website. However, in accordance with the provisions of articles 11 and 16 of the LSSICE, the Provider shall be at the disposal of all users, authorities and security forces and shall actively cooperate in the removal or, as the case may be, blocking of any content that is harmful or contrary to national or international legislation, to the rights of third parties or to morality and public order. If the user believes that there is content that could qualify for this classification, the website administrator must be notified immediately.
Intellectual and industrial property:
All elements of the website that are subject to the protection of intellectual or industrial property rights are the exclusive property of FUNDACIÓN CANARINA or it has authorisation or licence over the holders of its rights of use. All commercial names, trademarks or distinctive signs, logos, symbols, mixed, figurative or nominative marks that appear on this website belong to FUNDACIÓN CANARINA or it has, with prior authorisation, the right to use them and they are protected by the laws in force in this regard.
The extraction and use of elements of the website, whether or not they cause damage to FUNDACIÓN CANARINA, is strictly prohibited in accordance with the provisions of Royal Legislative Decree 1/1996, of 12 April, adopting the new version of the Intellectual Property Code, and Law 5/1998, of 6 March, transposing Directive 96/9/EC on the legal protection of databases into Spanish law.
Applicable law and termination:
These terms and conditions are governed by Spanish law. The courts of the registered office of the CANARINA FOUNDATION shall have jurisdiction to settle any dispute or question relating to the website or these legal conditions. In the event that the user is a consumer or user as defined in the consolidated text of the General Law for the Protection of Consumers and Users (Royal Legislative Decree 1/2007 of 16 November), disputes will be heard in the courts of the user’s domicile.