The www.framesi.it website (the "Site") is an on-line information service provided by Framesi S.p.a., with headquarters in Paderno Dugnano, S.S. dei Giovi, 135, VAT number 00729650960.
- Third party liability
- Amendments to the legal notes
- Applicable law and dispute settlement
With access to the Site, the User is granted a non-exclusive licence restricted to the use of the aforementioned Site solely for private use.
The material contained in the Site is protected by copyright.
In accordance with the laws governing intellectual and industrial property rights, unless otherwise expressly stated or subject to written authorization from Framesi S.p.A., the contents of the Site cannot be fully or partially copied, modified, reproduced, transferred, uploaded, downloaded, published or distributed in any way.
2. THIRD PARTY LIABILITY
Framesi S.p.A. will do everything possible to ensure that the Site can always be consulted, except in cases of Internet malfunctioning, Site maintenance or content updating.
Framesi S.p.A. cannot be held responsible for anything published on the Site, due to possible contamination on the part of third parties. Framesi S.p.A. shall therefore not respond for damages, loss or prejudices of any kind deriving from consulting the Site, or from any inaccuracies or errors in its contents.
Framesi S.p.A. cannot be held responsible for the contents of Internet sites that share hypertextual links with its own: Framesi S.p.A. has not checked the material or information given on such sites, so the User is the only person responsible for using and consulting these websites.
3. AMENDMENTS TO THE LEGAL NOTES
Framesi S.p.a. is entitled to amend these Notes at any time in order to comply with new regulations or to improve the consultation thereof.
4. APPLICABLE LAW AND SETTLEMENT OF ANY DISPUTES
The Legal Notes are governed by Italian law. Any controversy connected with the validity, interpretation and/or execution of these Legal Notes and connected with the Site, shall be the exclusive competence of the Milan Law Courts.
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