These conditions apply to the use of Internet downloads and other technical documentation of HARTING Stiftung & Co KG, as well as to all its companies and affiliated subsidiaries (all of which are referred to as "HARTING" from now on), in accordance with the current Spanish legislation.
2. Rule of law
The content of the HARTING websites is protected by copyright. The rights of all logos, trademarks, brands, data sheets, visualizations, data, designs, technical documentation and information are the exclusive property of HARTING. Any type of use or publication, especially for commercial purposes unrelated to the rights granted by this document, as well as in simplified versions thereof, require the express authorization of HARTING. Copyright information or any other notice of proprietary rights should not be deleted.
3. Right of use
The content of the websites and HARTING information, as well as the technical documentation available in electronic format, may be downloaded, saved, printed or otherwise reproduced in order to obtain necessary information and for internal use, whether it is intended to be used or is currently being used for a HARTING product. The distribution of information and technical documentation for public, commercial or any other purposes without the written consent of HARTING is prohibited.
4. User modification and inquiry rights
HARTING reserves the right to modify, at any time and without prior notice, the technical documentation and the products described therein, or the information and products described in this document. HARTING updates do not exempt the user from the responsibility to stay informed about the updated information and content of the HARTING websites. By granting rights of use in accordance with paragraph 3 of these conditions, HARTING has no obligation to communicate the modifications made to the products or technical documentation. Users must check for themselves if the products and their intended use are suitable for the specific application, especially with regard to compliance with current regulations and laws.
All information included in the technical documentation is provided without warranty of any kind, either explicit, implied or tacit. HARTING is not liable for any inaccuracies or erroneous information found in the technical documentation, nor for damages or viruses that affect the computer, equipment or other devices that request or download data after obtaining access. The aforementioned exclusion of liability will not be valid in cases of firm intent, gross negligence, damage to a person’s life, health or physical integrity, for breach of the fundamental contractual obligations, or to the extent that there is a legally established liability obligation. The fundamental contractual obligations are those whose compliance permits the correct application of the contract, which is normally entrusted to the contracting parties. However, the claim for compensation for breach of fundamental contractual obligations is limited to the typical foreseeable damages included in a contract. Any modification of the burden of proof to the detriment of the user has no connection with this provision.
6. Jurisdiction or applicable law
In this agreement, Spanish legislation is applied as supplementary in nature, excluding the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of goods from April 11, 1980 (CISG). Likewise, the parties waive the jurisdiction that they are entitled to and agree to submit any controversy arising from this contract to the courts and tribunals of Barcelona.
7. Severability clause
If any of the provisions indicated were or were deemed invalid, the Contracting Parties shall jointly draw up a clause as faithful as possible to the current clause in respect of the content. If any or more of the provisions of this Agreement were or were deemed invalid, the validity of the other provisions shall not be affected by this.