General information in compliance with the obligations set out in Law 34/2002, of 11 July, on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce.
Company name: eCommProjects UK Ltd.
CIF: GB 362373694
Address: 10 Philpot Lane, EC3M 8AA London, London, United Kingdom
Email: [email protected]
Telephone: 0203 769 0358
Registration Details: Inscription in the Mercantile Registry of Leon, volume 1324, sheet 180, page number LE-25015, 1st inscription.
eCommProjects UK Ltd. eCommProjects UK Ltd. cannot be held responsible for the incorrect, inappropriate, improper or illegal use by third parties of the information appearing on the Internet pages of Webcartridge.
Additionally, the Internet pages of Webcartridge may contain links to other third party pages that eCommProjects UK Ltd. and Webcartridge cannot control. Therefore, they do not assume responsibility for the content that may appear on those pages. The existence of these links does not imply any kind of association, merger or involvement with the linked entities.
eCommProjects UK Ltd. does not assume any responsibility for the contents or information published by third parties on our website www.webcartridge.co.uk. However, in accordance with current legislation, eCommProjects UK Ltd. will be at the disposal of the legally competent authorities, collaborating the in the interruption or, where appropriate, withdrawal of content that may contravene national or international legislation, violate the rights of third parties or be contrary to morality or public order. Likewise, in the event that a user considers there to be any content on the website that could qualify as such, please notify us immediately through the above-mentioned means of contact.
The company eCommProjects UK Ltd. owns all the contents of the website or, where appropriate, has a license or authorization from the owner. The unauthorized reproduction, distribution, commercialization or transformation of any of the contents of the website constitutes an infringement of intellectual and industrial property rights and may give rise to the instigation of court or out-of-court actions to protect the rights of said owners.
Please see General Terms and Conditions for any type of contractual agreement with Webcartridge in the section (see General Conditions).
All the existing contents on the website are property of eCommProjects UK Ltd., either directly or through means of cession by a third party; in any case, they are protected by the regulations of intellectual and industrial property.
The unauthorized reproduction, distribution, commercialization or transformation of all the content of this web page is prohibited. This applies both to property of eCommProjects UK Ltd. and that assigned to it by a third party. References to trademarks, trade names, logos or any other distinctive sign used on this website carry with them an implicit prohibition on their use without the express written consent of eCommProjects UK Ltd. or the third-party owner. The use of this website does not grant any rights over such trademarks, trade names, logos or any other distinctive signs used on this website.
Under no circumstances shall eCommProjects UK Ltd. be liable for the improper or inappropriate use of the content of this website by a third party, nor for the consequences that may arise from such use.
eCommProjects UK Ltd. reserves the right to exercise all the judicial or extrajudicial actions that may correspond to it in defence of its legitimate interests and in protection of its intellectual and industrial property rights.
The Legislative RD 1/1996, of 12 April, which approves the revised text of the Law on Intellectual Property, recognises that the owner of the rights, without prejudice to other actions that are appropriate may urge the cessation of the unlawful activity of the infringer and demand compensation for material and moral damage caused. Such compensation shall include not only the value of the loss suffered by eCommProjects UK Ltd. as a result of the violation of their right, but also the costs incurred in obtaining reasonable evidence for the offence subject to the legal proceedings . It should also be noted that the infringement of intellectual and industrial property rights may constitute a criminal offence, entailing substantial financial penalties and even prison sentences.