These Terms and Conditions are applicable to all websites of Pequenas Empresas Portugal, such as and without limitation, Pequenas Empresas Algarve, Pequenas Empresas Lisboa, Pequenas Empresas Porto, or any other future website. By using this website, you agree to respect these Terms and Conditions.
The website is managed by Pequenas Empresas Portugal, headquartered in Portimao, Algarve, for more information contact us by email email@example.com
The information in provided can only be used for personal purposes. It is strictly forbidden to copy or use the data contained therein for other purposes, namely commercial purposes, such as sending mail, creating databases, etc., without prior written consent from Pequenas Empresas Portugal.
Pequenas Empresas Portugal, and its partners will not be held responsible under any circumstances for omissions or other material flaws present in the basic information or that occur during data processing.
Intellectual property rights
No part of these products may be reproduced, transmitted or published through print, microfilm, magnetic media, electronic mail or any other means without prior written consent from Pequenas Empresas Portugal (and / or its partners), except for personal purposes. By using the website, you agree not to use the information contained therein in any way that is prohibited or that could harm Pequenas Empresas Portugal, or its partners.
Accuracy of data available online
Pequenas Empresas Portugal, took the utmost care to collect and update the commercial data registered on the websites of Pequenas Empresas Portugal. However, if you find any errors in these products, you should contact us by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
User-generated content functionality (UGC)
In order to be able to use the UGC sections of this website, such as the Ratings and Ratings sections, the user must register in advance. Pequenas Empresas Portugal reserves the right to refuse access to the UGC section to any user, without justification and for whatever reason. Pequenas Empresas Portugal will not send any communications in this regard. Theft or violation of registration data (user name / password) must be notified immediately to Pequenas Empresas Portugal by sending a message to the following email address: email@example.com
The UGC user is personally responsible for the messages he posts on the website.
Pequenas Empresas Portugal is under no circumstances responsible for the accuracy, integrity or adequacy of the information mentioned in the UGC section. In addition, Pequenas Empresas Portugal is not responsible for any damages that may result from or be related to the use of the UGC section and / or the inability to use it. The user is (with the exception of Pequenas Empresas Portugal) solely responsible for any claim made by a third party, and must fully compensate and compensate Pequenas Empresas Portugal in this regard (including legal fees and attorneys’ fees).
The UGC section can only be used for personal and non-commercial purposes. Any commercialization of published information or the use of it for non-personal purposes, regardless of its form, is strictly prohibited. The user agrees that the UGC section will never be used for illegal or improper purposes. The user agrees, among other things:
- – to respect all rights (of intellectual property), both of Pequenas Empresas Portugal and third parties;
- in particular, respect the privacy rights of third parties (and therefore refrain from mentioning personal data relating to third parties);
- – not to violate national or international laws;
- – not to prove information that is illegal, harmful, racist, offensive, obscene, sexist or contrary to public order or public decorum, or that is condemnable for any other reason; (v) not to advertise or publish any advertising;
- – not upload files containing viruses or any other software programs and refrain from hacking or damaging the system.
Pequenas Empresas Portugal permanently reserves the right, for whatever reason, to remove messages from the respective website without any prior notice to the user in question. Pequenas Empresas Portugal does not have to justify its decision nor does it need to communicate this removal to any user. The user cannot oppose the decision to remove a message.
Pequenas Empresas Portugal does not collect personal data, unless they are provided voluntarily by the individual user. By registering in the user generated content section of the website, entering contests or sending e-mails, the user authorizes Pequenas Empresas Portugal to use their personal data for the construction of the user profile, management of Pages, market research or sending direct mail.
Pequenas Empresas Portugal processes the personal data of registered users of the UGC section in accordance with the law in force on the protection of privacy in relation to the processing of personal data. Each natural person has the right to access and correct these data, as well as to oppose the processing of these data for direct mail purposes, firstname.lastname@example.org
Automatic data collection
Pequenas Empresas Portugal may collect aggregated information, such as browser usage data, IP address and the website through which the user enters or leaves the different websites. These data can be used to show Pequenas Empresas Portugal offers and promotions.
During a visit to the website, Pequenas Empresas Portugal may place “cookies” files on the user’s computer. These cookies enable Pequenas Empresas Portugal to tailor the website to the user’s tastes and preferences and present promotions and product offers that may be of interest to you as a user. In most Internet browsers, these cookies can be easily removed or refused. The help section of the browser software contains details on the procedures.
Pequenas Empresas Portugal
Any illegal activities or information in the UGC section can be communicated to Pequenas Empresas Portugal by sending a message to the following email address: email@example.com.
By using the UGC section, the user explicitly agrees to respect the above provisions.
These Terms and Conditions are governed by Portuguese law, with the jurisdiction of the district of Algarve, Portugal being the competent authority, with express waiver of any other.