In compliance with the Law 34/2002 of 11 July on “Information Society and Electronic Commerce Services (LSSI-CE) we hereby inform that the owner of the website www.canbordoy.com is Can Bordoy represented by Can Bordoy Palma S.L.U, with the corporate tax number B16500795 and the address at Plaza España, 1 Pl.6
07002 Palma de Mallorca, Spain. The contact e-mail address of the company is: firstname.lastname@example.org
The veracity of the information provided by the user in the forms filled by themselves for the access to certain content or services offered on the website. The usage of information, data and services offered by Can Bordoy contrary to the provisions for these conditions, the law, moral, good practices and public order that may cause violation of rights of third parties or of the website functionality.
Can Bordoy cannot be held liable for the content of other websites which can be accessed through links on its website. The company declares that it will not in any case examine or exercise any type of control over the content of other websites. Moreover, it declines any liability to the technical availability, accuracy, validity or legality of other websites which can be accessed via links. Can Bordoy declares to have taken all necessary steps in order to prevent the users from any damage which could be caused from navigating on its website. As a consequence, does Can Bordoy not hold any responsibility, in any case, for potential damages the user could suffer due to navigating on the website.
Cookies allow us, among other things, to store and retrieve information regarding the surfing habits of a user or their computer and, depending on the information which it contains and on the way they use their computer, it can be used to provide information to the user related to his navigation. The user can always configure his browser in order to prevent that these are installed on his hard drive.
Some web contents contain the possibility to book rooms. The usage of this service requires reading and obligatory acceptance of general and established booking conditions.
In accordance with the provisions of Organic Law 15/1999 on the protection of personal data, Can Bordoy informs the users of its website that personal data collected by the company through forms on the website will be introduced in the automated file under responsibility of Can Bordoy Palma S.L.U. with a view of being able to facilitate, speed up and fulfill the commitments established between the two parties. As well, Can Bordoy Palma S.L.U. informs that it is possible to fulfill your rights of access, cancellation, changing and objection can be sent in written to the address: Carrer Forn de la Glòria, 14 15 07012 Palma de Mallorca, Spain. If the user does not communicate the opposite to Can Bordoy Palma S.L.U., it will be understood that the user's data hasn't been changed that the user obliges to notify Can Bordoy Palma S.L.U. about any change and as Can Bordoy Palma S.L.U. has consent to use the data with a view of facilitating the relation between both parties.
Intellectual and industrial property rights derived from all the texts, images as well as from the methods and forms of presentation and establishment of its website belong, by itself or as a concessionaire, to Can Bordoy Palma S.L.U. Therefore, they are protected as intellectual property according to Spanish legislation being the subject of Spanish and community regulations in this sphere as well as of international agreements ratified by Spain. All the rights reserved. In compliance with the Intellectual Property Law the reproduction, distribution, public communication and use of all or a part of the website content without Can Bordoy Palma S.L.U. content are prohibited.
Can Bordoy Palma S.L.U. also reserves the right to present civil or penal actions they feel opportune for the incorrect use of their websites and contents or for the non-fulfillment of the present conditions. The relation between the user and the provider shall be subject to the relevant rules and regulations in force on the Spanish territory. Any dispute which may arise between the parties shall be submitted to the court in compliance with the jurisdiction and competence norms pertinent to it.