Privacy Policy


These provisions regulate the use of the Internet portal service (the ‘Portal’) that Inco Rubí, S.A. (which operates under the Spanish registered trademark “CAAD”) makes available to Internet users.

CAAD, whose registered office is in Rome S / N Nave 4 Pol. Ind. Cova Solera, 08191 Rubí, Barcelona and has tax identification number A60700697, is registered in the Mercantile Registry of Barcelona Volume 27680, Folio 0001, Page 120461. Telephone number: 93 588 44 02.

Access to the website is free, except for the cost of connection through the telecommunications network of your Internet service provider. Certain services are exclusive to our clients and access to them is restricted. The legal or tax services provided by the Firm in general are priced according to the relevant proposal and, under no circumstances, will they be offered or provided through the Portal service.

Your use of the Portal makes you a user of the Portal (“User”) and implies your acceptance of all the conditions included in this Legal Notice. The Portal service is provided for a duration that is limited to the moment when the User is connected to the Portal or to any of the services provided through the Portal. Therefore, the user must read this Legal Notice carefully each time the User intends to use the Portal, since the Portal and the conditions for its use as established in this Legal Notice may change.

Certain Portal services accessible to Internet users or exclusively for CAAD clients may be subject to particular conditions, regulations or instructions that, if appropriate, may replace, complement and / or modify this Legal Notice and must be accepted by the User before of the start of the service.



All content on the Portal, which is included but not limited to text, photographs, graphics, images, icons, technology, software, links and other audiovisual or audio content, as well as its graphic design and source codes (the ‘Content) , is the intellectual property of CAAD or third parties, and the exploitation rights of content recognized by current intellectual property legislation may not be considered as authorized by the User, except for the Content strictly necessary for the use of the Portal. .

Trademarks, trade names or distinctive signs are the property of CAAD or third parties, and access to the Portal cannot be deemed to confer any rights over such trademarks, trade names and / or distinctive signs.




The User agrees to use the Portal correctly in accordance with the law and with this Legal Notice. The user will be liable to CAAD or to third parties for any loss or damage that may be caused as a result of breach of this obligation.

The use of the Portal for purposes that damage the property or interests of CAAD or third parties, or overload, damage or disable networks, servers and other hardware or software belonging to CAAD or third parties, is expressly prohibited.


The User undertakes to use the Content in accordance with the law and with this Legal Notice, and with any other condition, regulation or instruction that may be applicable in accordance with the provisions of Clause 1.

The user must, in accordance with current legislation and without limitation, refrain from:

Reproduce, copy, distribute, make available, disclose, alter or publicly modify the Content, except in cases authorized by law or, as the case may be, expressly agreed by CAAD or by the owner of the exploitation rights.

Reproduce or copy for private use any Content that may be considered as software or as a database in accordance with current intellectual property legislation, or disclose or make the Content publicly available to third parties, when such acts necessarily imply reproduction by the User or by a third party. Extract and / or reuse all or a substantial part of the Content on the Portal, or any database that CAAD may make available to Users.


Without prejudice to the provisions of Clause 5 of this Legal Notice and the privacy policies accessible from the Portal and occasionally applicable, the use of certain services or requests made to CAAD is subject to the previous termination of the corresponding User registration. .

All information provided by the User in the Portal forms for the above purposes or of any other type must be true. For these purposes, the User guarantees the authenticity of all the data communicated by the User and will keep the information provided to CAAD perfectly updated to reflect the real state of the User at all times. In all cases, the User will be solely responsible for any false or inaccurate representation made by the User and for any damage caused to CAAD or to third parties due to the information provided by the User.


Any Internet user who wishes to insert links from his website to the Portal must comply with the conditions detailed below, and the ignorance of these conditions does not exempt the Internet user from any liability under the law:

The link will only be for the home page of the Portal and you will not be able to reproduce it in any way (online links, copy of text, graphics, etc.). In accordance with current legislation in force, it is prohibited in all cases to insert frames of all kinds around the Portal, or allow the Content to be viewed through URLs other than the URL Portal and, in any case, where the content is You can view along with the content outside the portal, in a way that: (I) causes, or may cause, error or confusion, or misleading or misleading users about the true origin of the service or content; (II) constitutes an act of comparison or imitation; (III) serves to take advantage of the reputation of the brand and the prestige of CAAD; or (IV) is prohibited by current legislation.

No false, inaccurate or incorrect representation of CAAD, its partners, employees or customers, or the quality of the services provided, may be made on the page where the link is inserted.

Under no circumstances will it be indicated on the website where the link is located that CAAD has given its consent for the insertion of the link, or sponsors, collaborates, verifies or supervises the services of the website where the link appears.

It is prohibited to use any word mark, figurative mark or combined mark or any other distinctive sign of CAAD on the website where the link appears, except in cases allowed by law or expressly authorized by CAAD and provided that a direct link to the Portal is allowed in such cases in the manner established in this Clause.

The website on which the link is created must faithfully comply with the law and may not, under any circumstances, have or be linked to proprietary or third-party content that: (I) is illegal, harmful, immoral or indecent (content which is pornographic, violent, racist, etc.); (II) induces or may induce the User to the false belief that CAAD subscribes, endorses, adheres or in any way endorses the ideas, representations or expressions, lawful or illegal, that appear on the website where the link is located; (III) is inappropriate or irrelevant to CAAD activities taking into account the place, content and theme of the website where the link appears.




Access to the Portal does not imply any obligation on CAAD to verify the veracity, accuracy, suitability, completeness or timeliness of the information provided through the Portal. Given that the Content is of a general nature and does not constitute in any way the provision of a tax or legal advisory service of any kind, said information is insufficient for the User to make personal or commercial decisions.

CAAD is not responsible for the decisions made based on the information provided on the Portal, or for any damage or loss to the User or third parties due to the measures taken based solely on the information obtained on the Portal.


Access to the Portal does not imply any obligation on CAAD to control the absence of viruses, worms or any other malicious software. The user is responsible in all cases for having adequate tools available to detect and disinfect malicious software.

CAAD is not responsible for any damage to the hardware of Users or third parties during the provision of the Portal service.


Access to the Portal requires services and supplies from third parties, including transmission through telecommunications networks, whose reliability, quality, continuity and operation are not the responsibility of CAAD. Consequently, the services provided through the Portal may be suspended, canceled or blocked, before or simultaneously with the provision of the Portal service.

CAAD is not responsible for loss or damage of any kind to the User as a result of failures or disconnections of the telecommunications network that cause the suspension, cancellation or interruption of the Portal service before or while it is provided.


The Portal access service includes technical link devices, directories and even search tools that allow the User to access other websites and Internet portals (“Linked Sites”). In such cases, CAAD acts as a provider of intermediation services in accordance with Article 17 of Law 34/2002 on Services of the Information Society and Electronic Commerce, of July 12, 2002 (the “LSSI”) and It will only be responsible for the content and services provided on linked sites to the extent that CAAD is aware of its illegality and has not deactivated the link with due diligence. If the User considers that there is a Linked Site with illegal or inappropriate content, the User may communicate it to CAAD in accordance with the procedure and the effects established in Clause 6, although said communication, under no circumstances, will imply any obligation to eliminate the link. in question.

In no case should the existence of Linked Sites presuppose the existence of agreements with the owners or persons in charge of said Linked Sites, nor any recommendation or promotion by CAAD, nor the identification of CAAD with the representations, contents or services provided.

CAAD has no knowledge of the content or services of the Linked Sites and, therefore, is not responsible for any damage caused by the unlawfulness, quality, obsolescence, unavailability, error or ineffectiveness of the content and / or services of the Sites. Linked, or for any other damage not directly attributable to CAAD.




In accordance with the provisions of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of April 27, 2016 (RGPD), Organic Law 3/2018 of December 5 (LOPDGDD) and other current legal regulations regarding the protection of personal data, and by Law 34/2002, of July 11, on Services of the Information Society and Electronic Commerce (LSSICE), informs you that it has implemented the necessary security measures, of a technical and organizational nature, to guarantee and protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of the data entered. The purpose of data processing is to process your request. The questions included in each of the forms are voluntary, except those marked with an asterisk (*), which are mandatory. In case the mandatory questions are not answered, CAAD reserves the right not to process incomplete applications. The processing of the User’s personal data will be subject to the principles set out in Article 5 of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council, of April 27, 2016, regarding the protection of natural persons which concerns the processing of personal data and the free movement of this data (GDPR).


To handle your request or request for information, CAAD may need to disclose your Data to other companies that comprise CAAD. CAAD companies offer the following services: (i) design of commercial spaces; (ii) supply of accessories for the point of sale.


In some of the electronic forms, your express consent will be requested to be able to send you commercial communications by any means, including email or an equivalent means of electronic communication, in accordance with the provisions of Article 21 LSSI.


CAAD adopts the security measures required by Royal Decree 1720/2007, of December 21, 2007, which approves the regulations that implement the LOPD, according to the nature of the data processed from time to time. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the technical security of a medium such as the Internet is not impregnable and there may be malicious conduct by third parties, although CAAD has established all the measures at its disposal to avoid such misconduct.


In accordance with the provisions of Article 22.2 LSSI, CAAD will only use data storage and retrieval devices (‘Cookies’) when the user has given prior consent in relation to the pop-up menu indications in the users web browser. when accessing the Portal for the first time and in the other terms and conditions established in the Cookies Policy of CAAD that all users must know.


The User can exercise their rights of Access, Rectification, Cancellation and Objection (‘ARCO Rights’) in the terms provided by law, for this purpose send a communication by mail to CAAD in Rome s / n, ship 4, Pol. Ind. Cova Solera, 08191 Rubí, Barcelona, ​​or send an email to the following address: in both cases, indicating your name and surname.



“This website uses Google Analytics, a web analysis service provided by Google, Inc. (” Google “). Google Analytics uses” cookies “, which are text files located on your computer, to help the website analyze how users use the site The information generated by the cookie about your use of the website (including your IP address) will be transmitted and stored by Google on servers in the United States Google will use this information for the purpose of evaluating your use of the site web, compile reports on website activity for website operators and provide other services related to website activity and Internet use Google may also transfer this information to third parties when required by law, or when such third parties process the information on behalf of Google Google will not associate your IP address with any other data held by Google You may refuse the use of selected cookies By setting the appropriate settings in your browser, however, keep in mind that if you do, you may not be able to use all the features of this website. By using this website, you accept the processing of your data by Google in the manner and for the purposes set forth above. ”

“Google Analytics is Google’s free web analytics tool that helps website owners understand how visitors interact with their website. Google Analytics collects information anonymously and, like examining fingerprints in the sand, informs website trends without identifying individual visitors Analytics uses its own cookie to track visitor interactions The cookie is used to store information, such as what time the current visit was made, if the visitor has been before on the site and which site has referred the visitor to the website. Google Analytics customers can view a variety of reports on how visitors interact with your website so they can improve their website and how people find it. use a different cookie for each website, and visitors are not tracked on multiple sites. Analytics requires that all websites that use it They must still update their privacy policy to include a notice that fully reveals the use of Analytics. To disable this type of cookies, some browsers will indicate when a cookie is being sent and will allow you to reject them on a case-by-case basis. In addition to the decrease in cookies, you can also install the Google Analytics exclusion plug-in in your browser, which prevents Google Analytics from collecting information about visits to your website. Learn more about the Google Analytics browser exclusion plug-in and other Google Analytics privacy information. “(//

Inco Rubí, S.A. informs you, as users of this website, that (i) Google obtains information about the use of this website through Google Analytics (which it does not do in the name or on behalf of Inco Rubí, SA), and Inco Rubí , SA You do not have access to such information at any time (you only have access to the information subsequently provided by Google and that is not associated with any IP address); (ii) Google (and not Inco Rubí, S.A.) decides on the purpose of the processing and use of the information collected by Google Analytics, as well as on the operation and duration of cookies; (iii) according to the information provided by Google, you can prevent this information from being collected and reject cookies by configuring your browser (you can find more information on how to reject Google Analytics cookies at // / gaoptout? hl = en); and (iv) as a general rule, only EU countries share similar standards regarding cookies and personal data protection.



If the User or any other Internet user becomes aware of the Linked Sites that redirect him to websites, whose content or services are illegal, harmful, degrading, violent or immoral, he may contact CAAD and indicate the following:

· Personal data of the communicating party: name, address, telephone number and email address;

· Description of the facts that reveal the illegal or inappropriate nature of the Linked Site;

· When rights such as intellectual or industrial property rights are infringed, the personal data of the owner of the infringed right, when the owner is not the communicating party. It must also present an instrument that accredits the legitimacy of the rights holder and, as the case may be, his authority to act on behalf of the holder when the holder is not the communicating party;

· An express representation that the information contained in the communication is accurate.

The receipt by CAAD of the communication provided for in this Clause shall not imply, in accordance with the provisions of the LSSI, the actual knowledge of the activities and / or the content indicated by the party making the communication.



Each and every one of the provisions of this Legal Notice is governed by Spanish law.