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You are accessing the public Internet site from Adoria Consulting. The information and the contents of this document are provided subject to the following Terms and Conditions and your access to this web site and the continued use implies your full acceptance of these terms and conditions:

Intellectual property rights of this website and its contents, whatever its nature and format, belong to Adoria Consulting and it is expressly prohibited its use by third parties for commercial purposes, as well as its distribution or alteration, in any way, without the express authorization of Adoria Consulting.

Adoria Consulting is not responsible for the content, terms of use and privacy of third party web sites not related to Adoria Consulting and that may eventually be linked from this web site.

Access to and use of this web site will be under the responsibility and risk of the user, who undertakes to not engage in any unlawful or illegal activity or any other that violates or infringes the rights of Adoria Consulting or those of third parties, through the website itself or its contents. Likewise, the user shall be responsible for violations the user may incur or any damage the user could cause from improper use of the web site or its contents, exempting Adoria Consulting of any responsibility and obligations to third parties for this reason.

Through the acceptance of the present legal notice, and as provided by article 21 of the Law 34/2002, 11th July, of Information Society Services and E-commerce, the user expressly authorizes Adoria Consulting to send communications of advertising or promotional nature. Without prejudice to the foregoing, the user can exercise its right of revocation of the authorization by notifying in writing to any of the addresses below:

Travessera de Gràcia 71, 4th 2nd, 08006, Barcelona.

If these terms and conditions are not accepted in full by the user, the access and use of the website of Adoria Consulting must cease immediately.

In the event that any portion of this information is deemed unenforceable, this shall be construed in accordance with applicable law in any way possible to reflect the original intentions of the parties and the remainder of the provisions will remain in its entirety in terms of their legal force and effects.