Terms Of Use


Terms of use

 

 The use of this Web Portal (hereinafter referred to as FP) is subject to the following terms. The use of the CA is a presumption that the visitor / user has studied, understood and accepted all terms of use of the CA. In case the visitor / user does not agree with the terms of use of this site, he / she must not use the services and contents of the QA.

These Terms of Use may be revised and updated at any time without notice. Please review the Terms of Use at regular intervals as its continued use implies that you accept these changes.

Contents:

Copyright (Copyright)

Limitation of liability of the ASPA – Disclaimer

Use of links to third party sites (links)

Applicable law and other conditions

Copyright (Copyright)

All content of the QA, except as expressly stated (third party copyright), which includes – but is not limited to – texts, graphics, images, photographic designs, videos, sounds, etc. (hereinafter referred to as copyright) (hereinafter referred to as copyright) And protected by applicable national, Community and international law.

ASCLP retains all copyright in the content and copies created thereunder.

The content of the QA is available to its visitors / users for personal use. The content is subject to change without notice at its discretion. Upon acceptance of the terms of use, non-commercial use and reproduction, in whole or in part, is permitted provided that the reproduced product is freely available thereafter through the Internet or other appropriate means and is accompanied by a clear and distinct reference to the source of origin. of. Any other use requires the express written permission of the copyright owner or holder.

The other products or services listed on the web pages of this AM and bearing the marks of their respective organizations, companies, affiliates, associations or publications are their own intellectual and industrial property and are therefore responsible for their own use.

For any questions regarding the reproduction rights of any portion of the content of this QA, as well as requests for authorization of content reproduction, you may contact contact@dpa.gr.

Limitation of liability of the ASPA – Disclaimer

The content of the QA is available on an ‘as is’ basis and the ASCP does not warrant, express or not, about the integrity, correctness, timeliness, commerciality, non-infringement or suitability of such content for any use, application or purpose.

The ASCP, under any circumstances, including in the event of negligence, shall not be liable for any damage suffered by the visitor / user of the pages, services, options and contents of the IPC on its own initiative and with the knowledge of these terms. Nor does the ASCP guarantee that pages, services, options and content will be provided without interruption, without errors, that errors will be corrected or that all questions asked will be answered. Likewise, the ASCP does not warrant that the CA or any other related website or servers through which content is made available to visitors/users are provided without any “viruses” or other harmful components. The cost of any corrections or services is borne by the visitor / user and under no circumstances the ASCP.

Use of links to third party sites (links)

The IP provides access to third-party websites through appropriate links. These links are intended solely for the convenience of visitors / users of the Website, and the websites to which they refer are subject to their respective terms of use. The placement of the links is not an indication of the approval or acceptance of the content of the respective websites by the CA Administrator, who is not responsible for their content or for the privacy practices or accuracy of the materials contained therein. If the visitor / user of the PO decides to use, through its links, one of the third party websites, he/she agrees to do so at his / her own risk.

Applicable law and other conditions

The above terms and conditions of use of the AB, as well as any modification or alteration thereof, are governed by national law, Community law and the relevant international treaties. Any provision of the foregoing terms that is found to be contrary to the said legal framework or rendered invalid shall cease to apply automatically.

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