The website ocucan.com (the “Website”) is owned by Disop, S.A. (hereinafter, “Disop”), domiciled at Avda. Valdelaparra Num. 31 A 28108 in Alcobendas, Madrid, Spain, holding Tax Identification Number A28423879 and duly registered in the Companies Register of Madrid. The company can be contacted at the email address firstname.lastname@example.org and online at http://ocucan.com/contact/.
Disop reserves the right to modify any information or content shown on the Website and is under no obligation to forewarn or inform Users of such changes, with it sufficing to publish them on the Disop Website.
Accessing this Website and the information it contains means that the User accepts the terms and conditions set out in this Legal Notice. Therefore, we advise you to read the content of these Terms and Conditions of Use carefully if you wish to access the Website and use the information and services offered.
Domain name: ocucan.com
Trade name: Disop
Corporate name: Disop, S.A.
Tax ID Number: A28423879
Registered address: Avda Valdelaparra Num. 31 A 28108, Alcobendas, Madrid, Spain
Register details: Companies Register of Madrid
Access to this Website is free of charge and entails no cost.
The entire Website, including but not limited to its programming, publishing, compilation and any other elements needed for it to work, as well as all information, data, videos, multimedia content, voices, images, photographs, designs, distinctive signs, logos, copy and/or graphics, along with any other content on the Website, are owned exclusively by Disop or, otherwise, Disop holds a licence or express authorisation from the owners thereof.
Disop acknowledges that the owners of the elements comprising the Website hold the corresponding intellectual and industrial property rights; therefore, the fact that such elements are mentioned or appear on the Website does not entail any rights or responsibility, backing, sponsorship or recommendation on behalf of Disop.
Disop grants Users a non-exclusive licence, which cannot be sub-licensed or transferred, to use the Website and the materials, information and content housed on the Website, subject to these Terms and Conditions of Use and to any other applicable terms and conditions and regulations.
Users acknowledge and accept that using the Website does not entail the transmission of any intellectual or industrial property rights, such as copyright, trademarks, designs or any other rights over the Website; nor does it involve any authorisation to create developments deriving from the Website other than the limited licence granted for Users to use the Website according to the terms and conditions of the previous paragraph.
Users undertake not to make any wrongful use of the Website and not to use it to distribute information for the following purposes:
Disop aims to respect third-party rights and comply with applicable law. Users wishing to inform Disop of any potential failure to comply with intellectual or industrial property rights or make any remarks concerning the content of the Website can address an email to email@example.com or fill in the online contact form at https://disop.es/contacto/.
Disop reserves the right to modify or update these Terms and Conditions of Use or any information shown on the Website at any time.
Furthermore, Disop reserves the right to interrupt or shut down the Website at any time, without prior warning, for any reason.
Disop will make all reasonable efforts to ensure the Website works properly. Nevertheless, Disop cannot guarantee that there will be no interruption in the service to carry out repair and/or maintenance work on the Website, no loss of coverage, equipment failures or outages in the networks needed to transmit data, which are beyond its control. Disop shall take suitable measures to minimise any such interruptions.
Disop takes no responsibility for any liabilities linked to information published on the Website that has been manipulated or inserted by an unrelated third party.
Disop cannot guarantee that Users will use the Website in compliance with the law, these Terms and Conditions of Use, moral standards, widely accepted good customs and public order, or that they will do so diligently and sensibly. Therefore, Disop takes no responsibility for any use Users make of the content of the Website that may infringe any kind of national or international standard, intellectual or industrial property, or any other third-party rights.
Users will be fully responsible for any data and/or content they disclose or share with Disop via the Website.
Accessing and using the Website may consume data. Disop takes no responsibility for any costs linked to the User communicating or sending data or to their Internet connection.
The User may use the various sections of the Website to browse, obtain information, use a series of applications, submit requests and/or send communications.
The Website contact form is merely for informative purposes and, therefore, no binding legal responsibilities may arise from any replies.
The Website may contain links leading to other websites and include third‑party information and services. Given that Disop has no control over the content posted by third parties on their websites, Disop takes no responsibility whatsoever for said content. If any third‑party content is found to be contrary to national or international law, moral standards or public order, Disop shall immediately proceed to remove it, refrain from leading to said website and report the content in question to the competent authorities.
Disop takes no responsibility for any information and/or content stored in places such as fora, chat boxes, blog generators, comments features and social media, or any other means allowing third parties to publish content independently on the Website. If the User considers that there is any content on the Website that could fall under this classification, they would be asked to inform the Website manager immediately.
The User may communicate with Disop by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org or using the contact form.
If any of the clauses in these Terms and Conditions of Use were to be declared unlawful, void or ineffective, the validity of the remaining clauses would not be compromised, provided the rights and obligations of Disop and of the User deriving from these Terms and Conditions of Use are not essentially affected. This refers to any situation that seriously threatens the interests of either of the parties or the very purpose of these Terms and Conditions of Use. If this applies, the clause(s) in question should be replaced or included in others that are compliant with the law and fulfil the purpose of the removed clause(s).
These Terms and Conditions of Use are governed by Spanish legislation. When the User is acting as a consumer, the applicable imperative rules and regulations will apply.
The competent courts of Spain shall settle any disputes or issues linked to these Terms and Conditions of Use and/or to the Website or the activities that take place thereon. If the User is acting as a consumer, the competent courts will be those corresponding to the consumer’s address.