This legal notice (hereinafter, the "Legal Notice") regulates the use of the Internet portal service discusland.net (hereinafter, the "Web") of DISCUSLAND SL with registered office in Barrio Ugarte - Polígono Industrial El Juncal - Nave nº 5, Valle de Trápaga, (Bizkaia) SPAIN with CIF B95304911.
In general, the relations between DISCUSLAND SL with the Users of its telematic services, present on the web, are subject to Spanish legislation and jurisdiction.
The parties expressly renounce the jurisdiction that may correspond to them and expressly submit to the BIZKAIA Courts and Tribunals to resolve any controversy that may arise in the interpretation or execution of these contractual conditions.
Content and use
The User is informed, and accepts, that access to this website does not in any way imply the beginning of a commercial relationship with DISCUSLAND SL.
The owner of the website does not identify with the opinions expressed in it by his collaborators. The Company reserves the right to make the modifications it deems appropriate on its website without prior notice, being able to change, delete or add both the content and services provided through it and the way in which they are presented or located. on their servers.
Intellectual and industrial property.
The intellectual property rights of the content of the web pages, their graphic design and codes are owned by DISCUSLAND SL and, therefore, their reproduction, distribution, public communication, transformation or any other activity that may be carried out with the contents of their web pages or even citing the sources, except with the written consent of DISCUSLAND SL. All trade names, brands or different signs of any kind contained on the Company's web pages are the property of their owners and are protected by law.
The presence of links on the DISCUSLAND SL web pages is for informational purposes only and in no case does it imply a suggestion, invitation or recommendation about them.
Information regarding online dispute resolution pursuant to Art. 14 Para. 1 of the ODR (Online Dispute Resolution Regulation):
The European Commission gives consumers the opportunity to resolve online disputes pursuant to Art. 14 Para. 1 of the ODR on one of their platforms. The platform (http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr) serves as a site where consumers can try to reach out-of-court settlements of disputes arising from online purchases and contracts for services.