JOSÉ MONTOYA ABOGADOS, S.L.P. Privacy Policy

The visit to this website won’t provide personal information. In the case of giving personal data, this Privacy Policy aims to inform users of the purposes and uses of the processing according to the National General Regulation 2016/679 of Data Protection.

JOSÉ MONTOYA ABOGADOS, S.L.P. (hereinafter MONTOYA ABOGADOS) reserves the right to modify this Privacy Policy without prior notice to keep it in accordance with the current law. In such a case, they will announce the new changes in this website to inform the user.

In compliance with the data protection legislation, we specify the following points:

Responsible for the data processing:

JOSÉ MONTOYA ABOGADOS, S.L.P. (MONTOYA ABOGADOS)
CIF B73710584
C/ VILLALEAL, 2 PISO 7-B
30001 MURCIA

Purpose and legitimisation of the processing:

In MONTOYA ABOGADOS we process personal data in order to respond inquiries, provide the requested information and, when necessary, provide the relevant service. The processing of this data is legitimised by the consent of the user of the website, who can revoke this consent without it affecting to the lawfulness of the treatment based on the consent previous to the revocation.

However, the form in which users fill their personal data informs of the processing according to the National General Regulation of Data Protection.

Adressees of the information:

MONTOYA ABOGADOS won’t disclose personal information unless forced by a legal obligation or consented by the user.

Data conservation:

The personal data of users will be kept in our systems unless they request its suppression or revoke the consent.

Rights of the users of the website:

According to the regulation, the users of the website can exercise their relevant rights to access, rectify, supress, oppose or limit the process of their data by writing to the postal address of MONTOYA ABOGADOS or to the following e-mail [indicate e-mail], attaching a copy of the National ID or an equivalent ID.

They can also go the Spanish Agency of Data Protection (AEPD) to submit a complaint if they consider their request is not duly handled.