Copyright EUSPA 2021
“Website” means the webpages (singularly considered and their entirety, in their external aspect as well as in their internal content) located under the URL www.euspa.europa.eu, the layout and the graphical contents, the codes HTML, the configuration and the structure, the organisation, the choice of contents, the coordination, the “look and feel”, the technologies, the programs for computer, the processes and the methods used for the operation of the Website and, in general, any element which is part of the Website. Where not differently indicated, all the materials and the documents published on the Website, whichever their nature may be (and therefore, for instance, phono records, video, photos, images or sequences of images in motion, designs, software and so on) and, in general, the information and the contents of the Website different from the above mentioned contents of the Website, are fully and exclusively owned by EUSPA (© EUSPA 2021), or by third parties as indicated on the Website.
Unless otherwise stated, reproduction and use of all the materials and documents published on the Website are authorised provided the source is acknowledged.
Where prior permission must be obtained for such reproduction or use, such permission shall prevail over the abovementioned general permission and shall clearly indicate any restrictions on use. Where copyright vests in a third party, permission for reproduction must be obtained from this copyright holder as indicated on the Website, unless otherwise stated.
EUSPA maintains this Website to enhance public access to information about its activities.
This content of the Website is:
of a general nature only and is not intended to address the specific circumstances of any particular individual or entity;
sometimes linked to external websites over which EUSPA has no control and for which EUSPA assumes no responsibility;
not professional or legal advice. If you need specific advice, you should always consult a suitably qualified professional.
Please note that it cannot be guaranteed that a document available online exactly reproduces an officially adopted text. In case of disagreement, the official adopted text will always prevail.
The Website, and generally the documents and anything therein contained are offered “as is”, in the legal and de facto status as they are. Access to the Website and use of any of its materials shall take place under the sole and exclusive responsibility and the exclusive control of the user and, except for mandatory provisions, EUSPA assumes no responsibility at all for damages connected with the use or with the lack of use of the Website. Except for mandatory provisions, EUSPA does not ensure in any way the user that access and use of the Website shall occur continually and without interruptions, in a safe way and without errors. EUSPA disclaims any responsibility toward the user and third parties for impossibility to access to the Website or incomplete or erroneous access.
By accessing any part of this Website, you will be deemed to have accepted the terms of this legal notice.