Legal Notice HSN
Harrison Sport Nutrition S.L. (a limited company in Spain) CIF: B72077159. Asturias Commercial Resgister volume 1858 173 page: 35407.
- Av. Andalucía, Nº2, Pol. Asegra 18210 Peligros (Granada) Spain
Harrison Sport Nutrition S.L. (the provider from now on) is responsible for this website. The following document is meant to fulfil the obligations under the Law 34/2002 of Society Services and Information and E-Commerce (LSSI-CE), as well as to inform all the registered users on this website about what are its conditions of use. All those who access this website will become an user and they must observe and comply with the dispositions that are expressed here, as well as any other legal disposition. The provider reserves the right to change any type of information that may appear on the website without informing the users previously, since publishing it on the website shall be enough.
The provider will not be held accountable for the information published on the website if this information has been manipulated or published by an unauthorized third party.
This website may redirect to content from other websites. The provider will not always be able to control the content by third parties, which is why it is not responsible for said content. In any case, the provider will immediately remove any content that may break the national or international law or disturb the moral or public order and it will inform the corresponding authorities.
The provider is not responsible for the stored information and content from chats, blog generators, commentaries, social media, or any other through which third parties may publish content independently on the provider's website. However, according to the art. 11 and 16 from the LSSI-CE, the provider will collaborate with all the users, authorities and security forces in order to actively remove or block all the content that can break the national or international law, the rights of third parties or disturb the moral and public order. If the user thinks that there is content on the web that could match this classification, you should inform the website administrator immediately.
This website has been reviewed and checked for its proper functioning every single day of the year. However, the provider does not discard any possibility, since there can be programming errors or other factors such as natural catastrophes, strikes, or similar circumstances that may not allow access to the website.
The website, including its programming, edition, compilation and all the elements that are necessary for its functioning, designs, logos, text and/or graphics... are property of the provider or there is authorization or permission from the authors.
Regardless of their purpose, the total or partial reproduction, use, exploitation, distribution and commercialization requires previous written authorization from the provider. Any unauthorized use will be regarded as a serious violation of the intellectual property rights. The designs, logos, text and/or graphic which do not belong to the provider and which could appear on the website, belong to their respective owners. They are the ones responsible for any controversy. In any case, the provider has the authorization and permission from the authors.
The provider is aware of the intellectual and industrial property rights. However, the fact that it appears on the website does not mean that the provider is responsible for them.
Applicable law and jurisdiction
The Spanish law will be used in order to solve all the controversies or questions related to this website or its activities, as well as the corresponding Juries according to the user's address.
At the same time, the provider and the user will be able to take their conflicts to the arbitration provided in the legislation and defense of consumers and users, and to the alternative resolution procedures established through conduct codes or other self-regulating tools.
According to the art. 14 from the UE/524/2013 Regulation, we want to inform that the link to the new page about the alternative dispute resolution (ADR) has been developed by the European Commission: