Terms of use

These are the terms and conditions with which you (the User) and the School of Law of the University of Malaga, regulate the use and enjoyment of the website of the School of Law of the University of Malaga Be a user of the web calesaproject- cbhe.eu, implies that you expressly consent to these conditions and what derives from the applicable legal regulations in this matter. If you do not agree to these conditions, please do not continue using this website.


The website of the Faculty of Law of the University of Malaga (hereinafter the website) has been made for informational purposes only for its users, who have information that is offered free of charge and accessible to everyone without having to pay any amount at no time of access. It is about this environment especially, on which the Faculty of Law of the University of Malaga wishes to establish the present conditions and limitations of use, which is extended and added in all the complementary and non-contradictory clauses to those that other parts of the web subject to general and / or particular conditions.

Even some “Particular Conditions” in the case of being necessary for specific services. These last “Particular Conditions” must be made available to the User reliably by any means and endorsed specifically by the User, before both parties consider them accepted and act accordingly.

The content and information that the user can access through the web, mainly through the search engine or within the space reserved for registered users, are the property of the Law School of the University of Malaga. Said information can be viewed for personal use. , informative and non-commercial. But it is forbidden to copy, distribute, execute, reproduce, license, transfer or sell any type of information that is extracted from the website of the Faculty of Law of the University of Malaga and especially from the user search engine.

Faculty of Law of the University of Malaga makes specific changes to the information, inserting watermarks with encryption technology, which do not alter the content or meaning of the same in any degree, but which allow the detection of illicit commercialization of its database. data and the origin of said commercializations, as well as the date and IP of extraction. Faculty of Law of the University of Malaga will be able to prove the illicit collection of information and, therefore, it will demand the penalties typified in the penal code regarding the misappropriation of databases.


The intellectual and industrial property, trademarks, graphics, images, logos, information and icons visible on the Website of the Law School of the University of Malaga are the exclusive property of the Law School of the University of Malaga or, where appropriate, of the entity or group that has authorized its inclusion. All content and its format are protected by current national and international laws.

The interested use of any content found on the University of Malaga Law School website is absolutely prohibited, unless a written license is granted.


Responsible for Treatment:

Faculty of Law of the University of Malaga, with CIF: Q2918001E and postal address: Campus de Teatinos, Boulevard Louis Pasteur. 29071. Malaga.

E-mail: calesacbproject@uma.es

Purpose: At calesaproject-cbhe.eu we treat the information obtained automatically according to the General Data Protection Regulation and the Organic Law on the Protection of Personal Data and Guarantee of Digital Rights.

The servers of our website will be able to automatically detect the IP address and domain name used by the user. An IP address is a number automatically assigned to a computer when it connects to the Internet, which allows the subsequent processing of data in order to obtain only statistical measurements that allow knowing the number of visits made to web servers, the order of visits, access point, day, time … etc.

Storage: All this information is stored in the Register of Treatment Activities Users of the company, the purpose of said treatment is to obtain statistical measurements.

Legitimation: It is carried out in compliance with legal obligations, to carry out self-interest.

Conservation: The data obtained will be kept for the time necessary for statistical measurements or for the years necessary to comply with legal obligations.

Communication and International Transfer: The data will not be transferred to third parties except in cases