Identification

Bodega María Amparo García Hinojosa (hereinafter Anchurón) is a Spanish company with registered office at Calle Isaac Albéniz 10, 2 B, postal code ES18012 in Granada, Spain, with N.I.F. 24109839C (without the country prefix ES) and intra-community VAT number ES24109839C.

All the contents of this website are the property of Anchurón or the property of third parties is referenced in the element(s) that require it. In no case will it be understood that the access and navigation of the user implies a waiver, transmission or total or partial transfer of the intellectual, industrial and image property rights thereof. Therefore, it is forbidden to delete, evade, adapt or modify the copyright or the information contained in this website or its implementation.

Likewise, any type of exploitation is prohibited, that is, reproduction, distribution, public communication and transformation without the express authorisation of the company. The disclosure, use, transmission, distribution, reproduction and transformation, in whole or in part, in any support or medium, of the contents of this website including texts, data, graphics, sounds, videos, logos and any other material owned by Anchurón is prohibited without the prior and express written consent of Anchurón unless specifically indicated otherwise or its use is personal and does not violate the rights recognised to Anchurón by current legislation.

Guarantees and responsibilities

Anchurón does not guarantee continuous access to the contents of its website, nor the absence of viruses and/or other harmful components on the website or on its servers, nor its correct viewing or downloading.

Anchurón is not responsible for possible damages or losses caused by interferences, interruptions or disconnections in the system that are beyond its control nor for possible damages caused to the user's computer system, both in hardware and software as a result of accessing the website.

Anchurón does not assume any type of responsibility that may arise from the lack of veracity, integrity or updating of the information offered on its website or external linked pages.

Access restrictions

Anchurón reserves the right to discretionally deny, at any time and without prior notice, the access of any user to this website or to any part of it.

Duration and modification

Anchurón reserves the right to modify and/or update the terms and conditions established on this website as well as its contents, so that the temporary validity of these conditions will be limited to the time of their exposure and viewing.

Acceptance of the general conditions

Accessing and browsing the Anchurón website will entail acceptance of the general conditions established in this section and the thematically established sections for each aspect to be taken into account.

Legal actions

Anchurón reserves the right to file civil or criminal actions that it deems necessary for the improper use of the Website and Contents, or for breach of these Conditions.

Use of grammatical criteria

This domain uses the grammatical criteria of the Royal Spanish Academy of the Language, which contemplates that, in the nouns that designate animated beings, there is the possibility of the generic use of the masculine to designate the class, that is, all the individuals of the species , without distinction of gender. Nouns of feminine gender that encompass more than one part will also be considered with generic use without distinction of gender when their implementation so requires.

Applicable law and jurisdiction

Any controversy or claim arising from or related to these pages will be governed by Spanish Law, with the courts and tribunals of Granada being the only ones competent to hear the matter. If any of the stipulations contained in this website is declared illegal, null or declared inapplicable by judicial decision, the rest of the stipulations will remain in full force and effect. Should any controversy arise in relation to the interpretation and / or application of these Conditions, the parties will submit their conflicts to ordinary jurisdiction, submitting to the corresponding judges and courts in accordance with the law.

Concept and production

This online store has been created using Prestashop Shopping Cart Software, with an ecommerce blog for news and tips to sell online.

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.