Privacy Policy

In accordance with the Spanish Personal Data Protection Act 15/1999 (Ley Orgánica 15/1999 de Protección de Datos de Carácter Personal, LOPD), and Royal Decree 1720/2007 of 21 December 2007 approving the regulation to implement the Act, we need to collect certain types of personal data when you use some services on our website, for example, if you complete a registration form, or when you make an enquiry or ask for information or clarification by email. As the owner and controller of the data, we will process this personal data and keep it in our files. By sending your personal data in this way you give your express consent to its processing. You may withdraw your consent but this will not be applied retroactively.


All our files are duly registered on the General Data Protection Register at the Spanish Data Protection Agency, and to guarantee the security of your personal data we have adopted the technical and organisational security measures stipulated in Royal Decree 1720/2007 concerning the regulation of security measures for files containing personal data. As a general rule it is strictly forbidden to process the personal data of children under 14 years old without the consent of their parents or guardian.


What data do we collect and what is it used for?

We only request data that is appropriate, pertinent and strictly necessary for the purpose for which it is collected, and you do not have to provide such data. However, completing information on forms is compulsory so that we can deal with your request. Therefore, you acknowledge that all personal data you provide to us is correct, accurate and relevant for the purpose for which we request it. Users accept sole responsibility for any direct or indirect loss caused to HEREDIA ABOGADOS SLP or to any third party as a result of submitting forms containing personal information that is false, inaccurate or incomplete, not up to date or that belongs to third parties.


Our website collects your personal data from the various forms received and via email.  When you click on CONTACT, we ask for your name and email address to send you the information you have requested. Your data will be kept in the relevant data file. HEREDIA ABOGADOS SLP reserves the right to decide whether or not to enter your personal data in its files.


Rights to access, correct, cancel or oppose retention of your personal data

You can exercise your right to access, correct, cancel or oppose retention of your personal data at any time in accordance with the law, by writing to HEREDIA ABOGADOS SLP at the address stated at the beginning of these Terms and Conditions, enclosing a copy of your identity document or passport for identity purposes.


Unless you expressly ask us to delete the personal data held in our files, we understand that you are happy for us to keep your data for as long as HEREDIA ABOGADOS SLP considers necessary and while it is appropriate to do so for the purposes for which it was collected.


Sharing personal data

HEREDIA ABOGADOS SLP will treat your personal data as strictly confidential and will only process it internally for the above-mentioned purposes. We will not share your personal data with any third party without the express permission of the user and unless we are required to do so by law.


Keeping your personal data safe

To guarantee the security of your personal data HEREDIA ABOGADOS SLP has implemented the required organisational and technical measures to safeguard personal data supplied against any change, loss, or non-authorised access or processing, as stipulated in Royal Decree 1720/2007 concerning the regulation of security measures for files containing personal data.


Keeping your data up to date

It is important that you let us know about any change to your personal data so that we can keep your data up to date, otherwise we accept no responsibility for the accuracy of that data.


Use of email for marketing purposes

As the main method of communication between USERS and HEREDIA ABOGADOS is by the email address provided, we will use this method for all our communications with USERS, including to send marketing and newsletters relating to the purpose of our website. Consequently, in accordance with article 21 of the Spanish Information Society and Electronic Commerce Services Act of 11 July 2002 (Ley 34/2002, de 11 de julio, de Servicios de la Sociedad de la Información y de Comercio Electrónico) which prohibits sending marketing communications via email without obtaining the express prior consent of the recipients of such communications, your acceptance of these website terms and conditions of use implies your express consent to receiving such marketing, advertising and promotional emails from us.  However, if you do not want to receive marketing emails from us, you can notify us of your objection by writing to us at the above address, or by responding to any  email we send to you.


HEREDIA ABOGADOS SLP takes no responsibility with regard to the privacy policy applicable to any personal data that may be shared with third parties through the links available on our website.


HEREDIA ABOGADOS SLP may amend this privacy policy to reflect any changes made to our website, as well as any changes made to statutory legislation or case law regarding personal data that are implemented. Therefore, you must read it whenever you provide us with your personal data via this website.







Bulevar Alfonso de Hohenlohe.

Edificio Milla de Oro. Oficinas 4 y 5.

20602, Marbella

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Bulevar Alfonso de Hohenlohe

Edificio Milla de Oro

1ª Pta. Oficinas 4 y 5

29602 Marbella


Tel: +34 952 77 86 44

Fax: +34 952 82 17 10