The user of the Site of RECOLTE, SA (Recolte) is obliged to act in good faith and implicitly accept the following terms and conditions:
Statement on Copyright Protection
The website content of Recolte, including texts, images or any other information, is owned by Recolte, which owns its copyright.
By using the Site Recolte, the user is obliged to respect the current legislation, particularly the Copyright and Rights of the Code of Related, the Industrial Property Code and the Legislation of Computer Related Crime.
The user may not copy, download or use contents of the Site of Recolte without obtaining prior authorization from Recolte and without referring the website of Recolte as the source of information; regarding content from sites linked to this Site, the user must obtain the authorization of the respective authors, respecting their copyright statements.
Unauthorized use or distribution of any material from this site may be subject to civil or criminal penalties in accordance with applicable laws.
The material contained in this Site consists of general information that is not necessarily complete, accurate or updated.
Recolte does not guarantee that the services provided by the website of Recolte will function without interruption.
Recolte is not required to store the contents of the website of Recolte, including texts, images or other information, may it be destroyed at any time and not being, by this fact, attributed any right to compensation for users or any third parties.
There may be links to external sites to the Site of Recolte on which Recolte has no control and for which assumes no responsibility.
Recolte assumes no responsibility for any problems arising from the use of the Site Recolte or any external sites linked to it.
In accordance with article 35º of the Portuguese Constitution and Law nº 67/98 of 26 October, the information collected regarding Recolte website users it is not personal, wherefore the confidentiality of their identity is ensured.
The identification of users will however take place whenever they commit illegal acts, violation of the Terms and Conditions, or when requested by court order.