Access to the website implies, without reservation, the acceptance of these terms and conditions of use, and if the user does not agree to them, he/she should desist from accessing the website or from using the services presented therein.
The terms and conditions of access and use of this website are governed by the rules of law and good faith, the User undertaking to use the website, as well as the information or services provided in accordance with the law, moral standards, good conduct and public order.
Intellectual and Industrial Property Rights:
The website www.scce.es, its content and intellectual property rights, the programming and design of the website are fully protected by copyright, their reproduction, communication, disclosure and distribution, unless with the corresponding authorisation, is prohibited.
Furthermore, all the distinctive signs which appear on the website are owned by SCCE or it holds the corresponding licences; they are duly registered, and their reproduction or distribution is prohibited under any circumstances, without the due, prior and express authorisation of the owner.
SCCE may undertake modifications to the content of this website without prior notice, both in reference to the information of its services, as its services and offer is extended, as well as in relation to any other element that forms part thereof.
The links and content of third party websites which can be accessed through this website are not the responsibility of SCCE, since it cannot be guaranteed that they are exact when accessed by the user.
Under no circumstances will SCCE be responsible for any kind of damage that the Users or third parties may cause to the website.
In the forms held on this website, SCCE collects personal details and information about the Users for their storage or use in relation thereto. Said data are incorporated into a file owned by SOCIEDAD DE CENTROS COMERCIALES DE ESPAÑA, S.A. (hereinafter, the “File Manager”), with address at Avenida del Juncal, 15 and 17; post code 28703, San Sebastián de los Reyes, Madrid. The handling of these files is subject to Organic Law 15/1999, of 13 December, on personal data protection, and the guidelines on their handling.
The personal data incorporated into the existing forms on the website will be used to respond the suggestions and queries by the users who contact SCCE, as well as to keep them informed of the activities organised by the SCCE, there existing the possibility of sending informative communication to their email address.
Furthermore, we inform the user that they hold the right to access, rectify and cancel as well as the possibility to revoke their consent, and are able to exercise it in writing, by sending a letter addressed to SOCIEDAD DE CENTROS COMERCIALES DE ESPAÑA, S.A. (SCCE) Avenida del Juncal, 15 y 17; código postal 28703, San Sebastián de los Reyes, Madrid.
SCCE undertakes to handle all the personal data in accordance with the provisions established in the applicable regulations and, in particular:
1)to treat confidentially the personal data of the holder to which it has access as a consequence of their browsing on the website.
2)to adopt the necessary security measures of a technical and organisational nature to avoid the alteration, loss and unauthorised handling or access to said data. Notwithstanding this, due to the current security conditions on the internet, the File Manager cannot guarantee the unlawful use of the User’s information by third parties. As a consequence, SCCE does not guarantee or assume responsibility for any damage, of any nature, that may result from the alteration, loss or unauthorised handling and access or the unlawful use of the information of the holders by third parties.
SCCE’s website cannot read cookies embedded in the User’s hard drive from other servers. Users who do not wish to receive cookies or want to be informed of their transmission, can configure their computer for this purpose.
Applicable law and jurisdiction:
These terms and conditions are governed by Spanish legislation. The Courts of Madrid have jurisdiction to hear any dispute or litigation, the parties expressly waiving any other jurisdiction to which they may have recourse.