Latest modification: August 2018
Please read this carefully. It contains important information about personal data processing and the rights recognised by current regulations.
You state that the data that you provide to us, now or in the future, is correct and true, and you commit to informing us of any modification to it. If you are providing personal data of third parties, you are committed to seeking prior consent from the data subjects and informing them of the content of this policy.
In general terms, the fields of our formulas indicated as obligatory must be filled in to be able to process your requests.
- Who is responsible for processing your data? Tarrago & Lliteras S.L. Law firm, with headquarters in Carrer Roger de Flor, 1, 07470 Port de Pollença, Balearic Islands, Spain, is responsible for processing personal data collected from this website. You may contact our Privacy Manager at: email@example.com
- What personal information will we collect? We process the data that we collect from the following sources:
The formulas that you complete and the requests on the website, e.g. Contact formula. We also process data included in requests and petitions that we receive by email or calls.
From analyses obtained from website users’ browsing, registered or not. The data is provided either directly by you, or by third parties processing requests in your name, e.g. the person named on the booking. The categories of data that we generally process are the following:
Identifying and contact information.
- What do we process your data for? The data of our users and clients will be processed to manage our relationship with them, attending to their requests and questions, administering and managing the website’s security and complying with our legal obligations. This data will also be processed for analytical purposes and to improve the quality of our services.
- Who can we communicate your data to? Your data will be disclosed to third parties due to legal obligation, or having sought your consent.
- Juridical basis for processing. The juridical base for processing your personal data is managing the juridical relationship with our users, compliance with our legal obligations as well as our legitimate interest in managing security and quality of the website. The following processes are based on your consent, without the withdrawal of this consent affecting service provision: The realisation of browsing profiles based on the information collected from cookies or similar technology.
- How long will we retain your data for? Generally, we will retain your data for the duration of your relationship with us, and in any case, for the period established in the applicable legal dispositions, for example in terms of accountancy and taxation, and for the time needed to attend to potential obligations resulting from the processing. We will delete your data when it is no longer necessary or relevant for the purposes for which it was collected. The information related to browsing will be deleted once your web connection is finished and the statistics have been made.
- What are your rights? You have the right to obtain confirmation of whether or not we are processing your personal data, and where relevant, access it. You may also ask for your data to be rectified if it is inaccurate, or complete data that is incomplete, and request its deletion when, among other motives, the data is no longer necessary for the purposes that it was collected for.
In certain circumstances, you may request limitation of the processing of your data. In this case, we will only process the data affected by the formulation, exercise or defence of complaints or with the aim to protect the rights of other people. In certain conditions and for reasons related to your particular situation, you may also oppose to the processing of your data. In this case, we will stop processing your data unless there is an overriding legitimate reason for doing so, that takes prevalence over your interests or rights and liberties, or for the formulation, exercise and defence of complaints. Likewise, and under certain conditions, you may request the portability of your data so that it may be transmitted to another processing manager.
You may withdraw the consent that you have granted for certain purposes, without this affecting the lawfulness of the processing based on the consent prior to its withdrawal, and present a complaint to the Spanish Data Protection Agency.
To exercise your rights you must send us a request accompanied by a copy of your national identity document or other valid document that identifies you, by post or email, to the addresses indicted in the section ‘Who is responsible for processing your data?
You can obtain more information about your rights and how to exercise them on the Spanish Data Protection Agency website http://www.agpd.es