These General Conditions regulate the use (including mere access) of the web pages that are part of the website, including the content and services made available on them. Any person who accesses the website accepts the General Conditions in force at each time they access this website.
Iberlayer is not responsible for the content or the status of said sites. The use of external links does not imply that Iberlayer recommends or approves the contents of the destination pages.
Iberlayer reserves the right to modify, at any time and without prior notice, the presentation and configuration of the website, as well as these General Conditions.
Obligations of the users
The User is obliged and agrees to use the website and the contents in accordance with current legislation, the Legal Notice, and any other notice or instructions made known to him, either through this legal notice or in any other place. within the web. For this purpose, the User undertakes and undertakes not to use any of the Contents for illegal purposes or effects, prohibited in the Legal Notice or by current legislation, harmful to the rights and interests of third parties, or that in any way may damage , disable, overload, deteriorate or prevent the normal use of content, computer equipment or documents, files and all kinds of content stored on any computer equipment owned or contracted by Iberlayer, other Users or any Internet user.The external links contained in this Website lead to sites managed by third parties.
The name and logo of Iberlayer are a trademark registered by Iberlayer SL Any act of exploitation, reproduction, distribution, public communication and transformation of the contents of the website or parts of it, including the name and logo, is prohibited. Any unauthorized use will be investigated and prosecuted through the relevant legal channels.
Applicable law and jurisdiction
- Present Conditions of Use of the Website are governed in each and every one of its extremes by Spanish law. The language of writing and interpretation of this legal notice is Spanish. This legal notice will not be filed individually for each user, but will remain accessible through the Internet on this same Website.
- Users who have the status of consumers or users as defined by Spanish regulations and reside in the European Union, if they have had a problem with an online purchase made to Iberlayer, to try to reach an out-of-court agreement can go to the Platform of Online Dispute Resolution, created by the European Union and developed by the European Commission.
- Provided that the User is not a consumer or user, and when there is no rule that obliges otherwise, the parties agree to submit to the Courts and Tribunals of Madrid capital, as this is the place of conclusion of the contract, expressly waiving any other jurisdiction that may correspond to them.