TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF USE OF THE WEBSITE www.olivartia.gr
Intellectual Property Rights – Trademarks
The entire content of the Website (indicatively and not restrictively: information material of any form, data, graphics, trademarks, trade names, logos, etc.) constitutes intellectual property of the Company and is protected by the applicable national, European and international law. Any amendment, publication, transmission, reproduction, distribution, presentation, connection, download or exploitation, in any other way, in whole or partially, of the Website content, in any way or means, without previous explicit consent in writing of the Company, shall be prohibited, the Company reserving all its relevant lawful rights.
The content of the Website is made available to its visitors/users for personal use and its disposal for commercial purposes shall be prohibited.
Third party products or services which may be listed on this website and bear the trademarks of the respective organizations or companies are their own intellectual and industrial property.
Links to other websites
This Website may contain links to other websites, created by third natural or legal persons. Such references shall be provided for serving users and for providing them with additional useful information. The Company bears no liability and in no case whatsoever guarantees for the content, the personal data protection policy, the completeness and quality of services and the safety of other websites which are interconnected with the Website through links, or for the servers through which third websites are offered.
Limitation of liability
The Company shall make every possible effort so that the entire content and information displayed on the Website is characterized by accuracy, clarity, correctness and completeness, however it does not guarantee that the pages, services, options and contents are provided without interruption and error-free.
Furthermore, the Company does not guarantee that the Website or the servers, through which it is provided to the visitor/user, are free from “viruses”, malware or other harmful components. Given the way the Internet operates, the Company will not be responsible for any type of damage which may be suffered by the visitor/user, who uses this Website and the services thereof on his own initiative and being fully aware of these terms. Every user/visitor should take all appropriate security measures (e.g. antivirus programs) prior to any downloading from the Website and the Company shall in no case bear any repair costs, etc.
The Company shall not be liable for any temporary unavailability of the Website, for the interruption of individual or of all of its operations or applications, or for any malfunction or technical issues that may arise.
The Company shall under no circumstances, including in case of negligence, be liable against the visitor/user or any third party for any type of damage, direct or indirect, actual or consequential, which is in any way related to the use of the Website and/or the use of the services or information contained therein.
Applicable law and other terms
These terms and conditions of use of the Website as well as any amendment thereof are governed, interpreted and supplemented by Greek law, European Union law and by the applicable relevant international treaties. If any provision of the above terms contradicts the current legal framework, it ceases ipso jure to apply and is removed from these terms, without, in any case, prejudice to the validity of the other terms.
This document in conjunction with “Personal Data Protection Policy“, which is an integral part of these terms, include the overall agreement between the Company and the visitor/user of the Website and of the services thereof and is binding only on them. No amendment of these terms shall be taken into account or become part of this agreement, unless it has been stated in writing and integrated in this page.
As regards any dispute that may arise in the interpretation or application of these terms between the Company and the visitor/user, an attempt for amicable resolution will first be made and if such effort proves unsuccessful, then the courts of Heraklion of Crete will be competent to resolve the relevant dispute.