Anaga Market S.L. (hereon Canarius), domiciled in Callejón del adelantado, 1º-6D, 38002, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Santa Cruz de Tenerife (Spain (Only Canary Islands)) with CIF B76576784, sets to disposition on its web site www.canarius.com certain contents of informative nature about their activities. Present general conditions govern solely and exclusively use of the Canarius web site by USERS who enter the site.
Present general conditions are presented to the USER on the web site www.canarius.com in all and each one of the pages and every time an USER enters his data on the existent forms, for him to read, print, file and accept through the internet, not being the USER capable of entering his data effectively without prior acceptance.
Anaga Market S.L. is registered in the Mercantile Register of Santa Cruz de Tenerife (Hoja TF-50468, folio 42 del Tomo 3239 de la Sección General, inscripción 8ª).
Access to Canarius web site implies wholeheartedly acceptance of all of the present general conditions of use that the USER states to comprehend entirely. USER commits himself not to use the web site and the offered services for making of activities conflictive with the law and respecting at all times the present general conditions.
1.1.-The use of the Canarius web site does not connote obligatoriness of the USER’s registration, unless such USER wishes to make use of the database of all existent products on www.canarius.com where it will be necessary that he register following a basic form, this subscription will be determined by specific general conditions. Access and use conditions of the web site are strictly determined by the legality in force and by the good will principle with the user committing to make a good use of the web. All acts against legality, rights or interests of third parties: right to intimacy, data protection, intellectual property etc. are prohibited. More accurately, Canarius prohibits the following:
1.1.1.- Performing actions that may produce damage to the web site or through the web site by any means, any type of harm to the systems of Canarius or to third parties.
1.1.2.- Making, without due authorization, any type of publicity or commercial information uncovered or directly, sending of massive mails (“spaming") or sending of big messages with the purpose of blocking net servers (“mail bombing”).
1.2.- Canarius will be entitled to interrupt access to its web site at any time if they detect any use contrary to the legality, good will or the present general conditions – read fifth clause.
Contents incorporated on this web site have been elaborated and included by:
2.1.- Canarius using internal and external sources in a way that Canarius only takes responsibility for content elaborated internally.
2.2.- Canarius keeps the right to modify at any time the existent content on its web site.
Canarius informs you that the web site www.canarius.com, own contents, programming and design of the web site are fully protected by copyright, being expressively prohibited all reproduction, communication, distribution and transformation of the referred elements protected unless consent had been given by Canarius.
Canarius uses external sources for the making of its contents on determinate occasions and it also establishes links or hyperlinks to articles or information from third parties always quoting the source. Legitimate owner of copyright of the contents thereby included will be always entitled to demand elimination of such references.
The present general conditions are governed by the Spanish legislation. All courts from Santa Cruz de Tenerife are competent to solve any controversy or conflict derived from the present general conditions, with the contracting person renouncing explicitly to any other charter that might correspond to them.
In the event that any clause from the present document be declared invalid, other clauses will still be in force and will be interpreted keeping into account the will of the parties and the purpose itself of the present conditions. Canarius may no longer make use of any of the rights and powers granted in this document, which will not imply in any case a renouncement to them unless explicit acknowledgement is given by Canarius.