Pursuant to the provisions included in article 10 of Act 34/2002 on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce, we hereby inform Users regarding our details:

Tradename: LEGALMED
Registered office: c/ Ramon Gallud nº 47, 1º 1 – 03181 – TORREVIEJA – ALICANTE
Tax ID: B54080197
Phone: 966927813
e-Mail: legalmed@legalmed.es
Registry data:
Website: www.legalmed.es


By means of this document, and in compliance with the obligations arising from Act 34/2002 on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce, (LSSI-CE as per its Spanish acronym), the service supplier in charge of this website hereby provides all Users with the following information regarding the website’s terms and conditions for use.

Any individual accessing the website shall be considered a User. Users hereby undertake to observe and strictly comply with all the provisions included herein, in addition to any further legal provisions that may apply.

Service provider reserves the right to modify any type of information that may be available at the website without requiring any prior notice or notification to Users regarding these obligations, other than by publishing these on its website.


Likewise, Service provider shall not accept any liability arising from any information published in their website that may have been manipulated or introduced by any external third parties.

Cookies (small data files that the server sends to the User’s computer when they access the website) may be used by Service provider in their website to undertake specific functions that are considered essential for its correct operation and viewing. In either case, all Cookies used in this website are temporary, and only intended to provide more efficient subsequent transmissions before disappearing at the end of each User session. Under no circumstances shall we use Cookies to collect personal data.

From this website, Users may be redirected to third party website contents. However, it must be noted that Service provider is unable to maintain constant control on the contents introduced by those third parties in their own website. For that reason, we shall not accept any liability concerning such contents. In either case, Service provider hereby expresses that they shall proceed to immediately remove any content that may be in breach of national or international legislation, moral values or the public order, by immediately removing any links to the affected website, in addition to reporting the relevant contents to the corresponding authorities.

Service provider shall not be held responsible regarding any information and/ or contents stored at, including but not limited to, forums, chats, blog generators, comments, social media or any other means that may enable third parties to publish any contents independently on Service provider’s website. However, and pursuant to the provisions included in articles 11 and 16 of the above Act 34/2002, Service provider shall remain fully available to all Users, public authorities and law enforcement agencies, in order to actively collaborate by removing or, where applicable, blocking any contents that may affect or be in breach of national or international legislation, third party rights, moral values and public order. Should any User consider that any of our web contents may be subject to the above classification, we would appreciate if they could notify the website administrator as soon as possible.

This website has been tried and tested to ensure its correct operation. Therefore, we are able to guarantee a correct 24/7 operation 365 days a year in principle. However, Service provider shall not guarantee the lack of issues arising from any development bugs, or force majeure situations, natural disasters, strikes, or similar circumstances that may prevent access to this website.

Intellectual and Industrial property

This website, including, but not limited to, the development, editing, compiling, and further elements required for its operation, its design, logos, text and/ or images either belong to Service Provider or, where applicable, they hold a valid license or express authorisation by the authors allowing their use. All website contents are duly protected by the intellectual and industrial property legislation in force, as well as inscribed in the corresponding public registers.

Regardless of the purpose that these may be intended for, prior express authorisation from the service provider shall be required in order to reproduce, in full or in part, use, operate, distribute or commercialise any of these contents. Any non previously authorised use by the service provider shall be considered a serious infringement of the author’s intellectual or industrial property rights.

All designs, logos, texts and/ or images shown on the website that are not owned by service provider belong to their corresponding holders, who shall be liable in the event of any controversies arising in regards thereto. In either case, service provider has obtained prior express authorisation from the holders.

Service provider DOES NOT expressly authorise any third parties to directly link to any specific contents contained herein. Therefore, they shall be required to link to service provider’s main homepage.

Service provider acknowledges all rights pertaining to the corresponding holders of intellectual and industrial property rights. Any mention or display of their content in this Website shall not imply any existing rights, support, sponsorship, recommendation or liability thereto by service provider.

In order to make any observations regarding potential infringements of their intellectual or industrial property rights, as well as any contents contained in this Website, please contact us via email at the following address.

Applicable legislation and jurisdiction

In the event of any controversies or issues concerning this website or any related activities, all parties hereby agree to submit themselves expressly to Spanish legislation. Any conflicts arising or related to its use shall be submitted to the Courts of TORREVIEJA (Spain).

In accordance with Art. 14.1 of Regulation (EU) 524/2013, the European Commission provides a free access platform for the resolution of online conflicts between the USER and the PROVIDER, without the need to resort to the courts of justice, through the intervention of a third party, called the Dispute Resolution Body, which acts as an intermediary between the two. This body is neutral and will dialogue with both parties to reach an agreement, finally being able to suggest and/or impose a solution to the conflict. Link to the ODR platform: http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr/