USAGE OF THE WWW.MCS.PT WEBSITE – TERMS AND CONDITIONS
The usage of this website, owned by Madeira Corporate Services II, Lda, Tax Payed ID No. 510354025, based in Avenida do Infate 8, Edifício Executivo, 2.º Andar, Sala K 9000-015 Funchal, Madeira, Portugal (henceforth, “MCS”), is subject to compliance with the following terms and conditions, which all visitors (henceforth, the “User”) are obliged to respect in full. Should the User disagree with said terms and conditions, they should immediately cease using this website.
This website contains general, non-commercial information contents; it does neither constitute any sort of advertisement nor does it provide any legal services or replace proper legal counselling.
MCS shall not be held liable for any losses that may occur or be related, directly or indirectly, to the information contained on this website or the usage thereof.
The informational contents of this website are protected by intellectual property rights that are owned by MCS, and no copies of said contents are therefore authorized.
Without prejudice to the aforementioned rights, MCS authorizes the download and temporary storage of this website’s contents for the purpose of viewing and browsing of same. The copying, permanent storage or relaying of this website are expressly forbidden without written prior permission granted by MCS.
The hyperlinks displayed on this website may lead the User to other websites. MCS takes no responsibility, approves or in any way endorses or subscribes to the contents of said external websites, nor to the contents of any website that they might connect or refer to.
MCS shall not be held liable for any loss or damage to the User’s computer, network or any other assets, that may ensue from a virus infection of same and as result of accessing MCS’s website to download any contents into the User’s computer or network.
MCS reserves the right to, at any moment and without prior notice, change these terms and conditions, which will be permanently available and updated on this website.
The MCS website usage conditions are governed by Portuguese law.
All formal complaints can be addressed at www.livroreclamacoes.pt
Whenever legal services are rendered and invoiced, which fall under the scope of articles 66 and following Law no. 145/2015, of 9 September as well as Law no. 94/2004 of 24 August, they are subcontracted and rendered by Lawyers under the terms of no. 1 of article 1 of Law no. 94/2004 of 24 August, in full compliance and respect of the referred rules.