Legal notice

Identification

María Amparo García Hinojosa Winery (from now Anchurón) is a Spanish company placed in 10, 2 B Isaac Albéniz st., post code ES18012 of Granada, Spain, with fiscal number 24109839C and VAT number ES24109839C.

All contents in this site are property of Anchurón or it is referenced the property of tertiary parties in the element(s) needed. In no case it will be granted that the access and browsing of the user implies any resignation, transmission or assignment total or partial of the intellectual property, industrial or image rights therein. Therefore, it is forbidden to erase, ellude, adapt or modify the copyright or contained information in this website or its launch.

Likewise, it is forbidden any way of exploitation, that is to say, reproduction, distribution, public communication and transformation without previous express authorisation of the enterprise. It is forbidden the release, utilisation, transmission, distribution, reproduction and transformation, total or partial, in any support or means, of the contents in this website including texts, data, graphs, sounds, videos, logos and any other material owned by Anchurón without the previous and written consent of Anchurón unless otherwise stated specifically or its use is only in a personal capacity and does not infringe the rights avowed to Anchurón according to current legislation.

Guarantees and responsibilities

Anchurón does not guarantee the continuous access to web contents, nor the absence of viruses and/or other harmful components in the website or in its servers, neither its proper visualisation or download.

Anchurón is not responsible to possible damage or detriment done by interferences, interruptions or disconnections from the system out of its reach, nor to possible hurt caused in the computerised device of the user either in hardware or software as a consequence to the website access.

Anchurón does not assume any type of responsibility coming from a lack of truthfulness, integrity or update of the information offered in the website or in any external link.

Access restrictions

Anchurón reserves the right to deny discretionally, in any moment and without a previous notice need, the access to any user to this website or any part of it.

Duration and modification

Anchurón reserves the right to modify and/or update the terms and conditions settled in this website as well as its contents, so the temporary validity of these conditions remain limited to the time of exposure and visualisation.

Acceptance of the general conditions

El acceso y navegación por la página Web de Anchurón comportará la aceptación de las condiciones generales establecidas en este apartado y los apartados temáticamente establecidos por cada aspecto a tener en cuenta.

Access and browsing through the website of Anchurón implies acceptance of the general conditions established in this part and the parts thematically settled for each aspect to bear in mind.

Legal actions

Anchurón reserves the faculty to present the civil or penal actions it may consider necessary for misuse of the Website and its Contents, or by non-compliance of the current Conditions.

Use of grammar criteria

This domain uses a way to include by the expressions provided an inclusive approach.

Applicable legislation and jurisdiction

Any controversy, claim or complaint from or related to these pages will be attached to Spanish Law, being the courts and tribunals of Granada the only competent for knowing about this matter. If any of the stipulations contained in this we is declared illegal, null or inapplicable by judicial decision, all the other stipulations remain in force and effect. Of arising any controversy related to interpretation and/or to the application of these Conditions, the parts submit their conflicts to ordinary jurisdiction, submitting to the judges and tribunals that correspond according to law.

Concept and production

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Last update: 28 January 2020

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