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Intrauma Website Terms and Conditions

Introduction
The use of the Intrauma S.p.A. website (“Website”) and any product, software and service, is subject to the terms of a contract between the user and Intrauma S.p.A., having its legal head office in Rivoli (Turin) – Italy, Via Genova 19. The contract is made up of (A) the terms and conditions stated herein and (B) the Intrauma Privacy Policy. The Terms are applicable to all users of the website.

1. Acceptance of the Terms – Language

In order to gain access to the use of the Services the user must first accept the Terms.
By using the Website the user acknowledges acceptance of the Terms and cannot do so if the legal age requirements to enter into a contract are not met or is a person who is banned or legally prohibited from receiving or using the Services according to the laws of the country in which he/she is resident or from which they use the Services.
The terms are in Italian and English; the version considered valid and prevalent is at all times the Italian version.

2. Changes to the Terms
Intrauma reserves the right to make changes periodically and without notice to the Terms and in such cases, Intrauma will make a new copy of the Terms available on the website. The continued usage of the Website following any modification shall be deemed to be the users acceptance of such change.

3. Electronic Communication
The user accepts and consents to receive communication in electronic format from Intrauma, who will endeavour to update and/or communicate with the user via email or by publishing notifications on this Website. The user accepts and acknowledges that all contracts, notices, disclosures and other communications supplied electronically satisfy any legal requirements that such communications be in writing or other formats.

4. Conditions of Access and Usage
The user may not resell or utilise, for the purpose of profit-making, business or divulgence, the contents of this Website, any collection and the use of any lists, descriptions, or prices, any use derived from this Website or its contents, downloads or copies of account information in favour of and in the interests of another vendor, in direct or indirect competition with Intrauma. The user may not use any data-mining techniques, robots or similar tools to harvest or collect data data.
This Website or any part of it may not be reproduced, duplicated, copied, sold, resold, visited, or otherwise exploited for business, profit-making or divulgence purposes without the written consent of Intrauma. The user may not frame or utilize framing techniques to insert trademarks, logos or other information (including images, text, page or form layouts) of Intrauma, without the express written consent of the same, nor may they use the meta tags or other “hidden text” that contains the name of Intrauma or trademarks without the explicit written consent of Intrauma. Any unauthorised use will result in the license to use the Website, granted by Intrauma to the user, being revoked.
The user has the right – revocable at any time by Intrauma – to create a hypertext link to the Intrauma.com homepage on the condition that the link does not portray Intrauma or its products or services in a false, misleading, derogatory or offesive way. The user may not utilise any Intrauma logo or other graphical elements or trademarks belonging to Intrauma, as part of the link, without the express written authorisation of Intrauma.

5. Copyright complaints
If the user believes that the content inserted has been copied in violation of the copyright laws they must follow the Intrauma instructions and procedures for complaints on copyright infringement, shown in appendix “A” in these Terms and Conditions.

Appendix “A”

Declaration for the violation of copyright

If the user considers that their content has been copied in such a way as to violate copyright law, the user must provide the following information/documents to a Intrauma copyright agent. This procedure has the sole purpose of informing Intrauma of the presumed violation of copyright, for which the user recognises that Intrauma is not responsible.

Information/documents to be specified or produced:

  • address, telephone number, and email address of the reporting user;
  • electronic or written signature of the person authorised to act on behalf of the copyright owner;
  • description of the copyright protected work which is claimed to be violated;
  • description of where the material that is claimed to be damaging is located on the Website;
  • declaration by the user to be acting in good faith and that the contested usage is not authorised by the copyright owner, by one of their agents or by law;
  • declaration by the user that the above information is true and that the user is the copyright owner or authorised to act on behalf of the copyright owner.
 

Information about the article. 13 LEGISLATIVE DECREE NO. June 30, 2003 n.196. This site uses cookies to help provide a better browsing experience to the user. Continuing to browse this site you consent to the use of cookies on your device. read all

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