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Legal Note.

1. Introduction

SEAT, S.A.U (hereinafter, “SEAT”) is a Spanish company, with registered office at Martorell (Barcelona), Autovía A-2, Km. 585, with Spanish Tax Identification Number (N.I.F) A-28049161, duly registered in the Commercial Registry of Barcelona, General Volume 23662, folio 1, Page number 56855 whose contact email is: [infoseatjobs@seat.es].

SEAT is the holder of all intellectual and industrial property rights or any other rights over the technology, software, design, trade-marks, distinctive signs and multimedia content included in the HR web portal (hereinafter, Web Portal”). The present terms of use (hereinafter, “Terms of Use”) regulate the access and use of the Web Portal by users (hereinafter, “User” or “Users”) and shall be complemented with any other applicable legal text.

Please carefully read the present Terms of Use. Accessing the Web Portal and using the materials contained therein implies that the Users have read and agreed to these Terms of Use. In case of disagreement with all or part of the present Terms of Use, the User must refrain from using the Web Portal.

2. Purpose and scope

The Web Portal contains information and news regarding the different job opportunities offered by SEAT and their characteristics. In particular, the Users will find explanatory videos about SEAT, descriptions of the different programs (trainee, PHD, etc.) and the benefits of working at SEAT, information about events organized for candidates, the location of SEAT, as well as general information about the VW Group.

In this regard, and without prejudice to what has been stated in the previous paragraphs, SEAT grants to the Users a non-exclusive, non-sub-licensable, non-transferable license for the use of the Web Portal and the functionalities, content and other features available in such Web Portal, which will be subject to the other terms set forth in the present Terms of Use, as well as to any other terms of use and applicable legislation.

3. Users´ commitments

The User is accepts to comply with this Terms of Use, as well as with any special warnings or instructions for use contained therein and to act at all times in accordance with the law in force, moral, good customs and the requirements of good faith and established public order, employing due diligence, and refraining from using the Web Portal in any way that may impede, damage or deteriorate its normal operation, the assets or rights of SEAT, other Users or, in general, any third party.

Specifically, and without implying any restriction to the previous section, the User is obliged to:

a) Provide truthful information regarding the data requested by SEAT in the given forms for the subscription to newsletters, registration to events, contact with the customer service team or access to certain contents offered through the Web Portal and keep them updated. SEAT reserves the right, apart from other legal measures at its disposal, to withdraw, deny or suspend access to the Web Portal if the data provided is or may be false, inaccurate or misleading. In any case, the User will be fully responsible for the data or contents he or she transmits or communicates to SEAT. In this sense, the User assumes responsibility for any damages that may arise from the improper use of such data.

b) Not to introduce, store or spread through the Web Portal any program, data, virus, code or any other electronic or physical device that may cause damage to it, to any of the services, or to any of the equipment, systems or networks of SEAT, of any other User, or, in general, of any third party.

c) Not to alter, copy, download, modify, decompile, disassemble, reverse engineer, license, lease, sell or imitate the Web Portal, its contents or its base software.

d) Not to introduce, store or disseminate through the Web Portal any content that infringes industrial and/or intellectual property rights or business secrets of third parties, nor in general any content of which it does not hold, in accordance with the law, the right to make it available to third parties.

4. Intellectual and industrial property

All intellectual and industrial property rights or any other rights on the Web Portal and the information contained therein (including but not limited to all information, texts, data, images, graphics, videos, designs, sounds, animations, software, logos, trademarks, know-how, databases and other contents) are the exclusive property of SEAT and/or its licensors.

SEAT grants to the Users a non-exclusive, non-sub-licensable, non-transferable license for the use of the Web Portal in its current version, subject to the provisions contained in the present Terms of Use, as well as to any other terms of use and applicable legislation. The User is only authorized to visualize and obtain a temporary private copy of the contents for his/her exclusive personal and private use in his/her computer systems (software and hardware), not being authorized to its subsequent transfer to any third party. On that understanding, the User may not modify or reproduce, either in part or in full, this information without the express written consent of SEAT.

The Users acknowledge and agree that the use of the Web Portal does not suppose the transmission of any intellectual or industrial property rights, such as copyrights, trademarks, designs or other rights on the Web Portal, nor constitutes authorization for the creation of developments arising from the Web Portal except of the limited license to use the Web Portal under the terms herein.

Therefore, it is expressly prohibited the use, reproduction, transmission, dissemination, disclosure, public communication, processing, distribution, transformation or exploitation of them by the Users, in any way, except as part of the service that includes the Web Portal, where legally permitted or expressly authorized in writing by SEAT.

Users grant SEAT a non-exclusive, not limited, transferable, free of charge and sub-licensable right of use over the non-personal data, especially technical data and data which the personal reference was erase (anonymized data) and over any content, ideas, suggestions, material and information included by the Users in the Web Portal, for the maximum term permitted by law and for its use in the broadest terms by SEAT.

5. Responsibilities and warranties

SEAT is not responsible for any possible security errors that may occur or for any damage caused to the Users’ device (hardware and software) and/or to the files or documents stored therein as a result of the presence of virus in the Users’ device used to log in services and contents of the Web Portal, for any failure of the Internet connection, telephone breakdowns, interference, omissions, or disconnections in the operation of the Web Portal caused by factors beyond SEAT’s control.

Nevertheless, SEAT declares it has adopted and will adopt, where appropriate, all necessary measures within its capabilities and the state of technology, to ensure the proper functioning of the Web Portal and prevent the existence and transmission of viruses and other harmful components to Users.

SEAT reserves the right to interrupt access to the Web Portal at any time and without notice, whether for technical, security, control, maintenance, power failure or any other reason.

SEAT does not control, in general terms, the Users’ use of the Web Portal. Particularly, SEAT does not grant, under no circumstances, that the Users´ use of the Web Portal is according to the law, the present Terms of Use, moral, public order, and general accepted good customs, nor their diligent and prudent use. As a result, SEAT would not be responsible for the Users’ use of the Web Portal content that may imply a violation of a national or international law, or intellectual or industrial property rights or any other third party right.

The Users make use of the Web Portal at their own risk. By accessing to the Web Portal, the Users are obliged to use it pursuant to the law and shall be liable before SEAT and/or third parties for any damage resulting from any breach of said obligation. In this sense, SEAT shall not be held liable for any consequence, damage or prejudice that may arise out of such access to or use of the information. In any case, the Users shall be fully responsible for the data and content transmitted or communicated to SEAT.

SEAT does not guarantee the absence of viruses or other harmful elements that could cause damage or alterations to the computer system, electronic documents or files of the User of the Web Portal. Consequently, SEAT is not responsible for the damages that such elements could cause to the User or third parties.

The services offered through the Web Portal may involve consumption of data. SEAT is not responsible for the costs linked to the data exchange or the internet connection of Users when using the Web Portal (please contact your mobile service operator for further information).

6. Data protection

SEAT shall protect the Users personal data and shall use it only insofar as this is permitted by law or if Users have given their consent. Users can find further information on this matter in the Privacy Policy of the Web Portal.

7. Cookies policy and similar technologies

Users can find more information on this subject in the Cookies Policy.

8. Third party links

The present Terms of Use relate only to the Web Portal and SEAT´s contents, and do not apply to links, web pages and/or third-party apps accessible through it or, in general, any other service provided by third parties. SEAT cannot control the information, contents, products or services provided by third parties that have established links to the Web Portal and its access through the Web Portal does not imply that SEAT recommends or approves its contents.

Consequently, SEAT does not accept any liability that may arise from the use by the Users of any third-party functionalities, technologies, services or platforms. In case of access to other networks or web pages, the User agrees to submit to the corresponding use and privacy policies.

This Web Portal may contain links to other web sites (including social networks) and incorporate information and/or services obtained from third parties, in order to facilitate to the Users access to information from corporate partners or sponsors.

SEAT offers the Users such links and information and/or services solely for the convenience of the Users, remaining on them the responsibility to read and accept the terms of use and privacy policy posted on web sites linked. In this regard, the Users undertake to keep SEAT harmless from any liability or payment of any damages deriving from any infringement or incident related to its use of such third-party functionalities, technologies, services or platforms, despite being available through the Web Portal.

SEAT declares that it will immediately remove any link in case the content to which it redirects may contravene national or international legislation, moral or public order.

9. Modifications to the terms of use

SEAT is entitled to amend or update the present Terms of Use, as well as any information contained in the Web Portal, at any time.

10. Communication

For the purposes of the present Terms of Use and for any communication that may be required between the User and SEAT, the Users may send an email to [infoseatjobs@seat.es].

11. Notification of potential violations

SEAT respects third-parties rights and the applicable law. The Users of this Web Portal are bound to do the same.

If Users detect technical incidents in the operation of the Web Portal or find errors, inaccuracies or unlawful content, Users shall notify SEAT by sending an email to [infoseatjobs@seat.es] immediately.

12. Severability

The illegality, invalidity or nullity of any of the clauses of this Terms of Use will not affect the validity of its other clauses, provided the rights and obligations of the Parties under the Terms of Use are not affected in an essential manner. Essential is understood as any situation that seriously damages the interests of any of the parties or affects the purpose of this Terms of Use. Such clauses are to be replaced or included in other clauses that, in accordance with law, serve the same purpose as the substituted clause.

13. Applicable law, competent jurisdictional courts

The present Terms of Use are governed by the Spanish common law. If the Users have the status of consumers, these Terms of Use will also be subject to any mandatory applicable local legislation.

All disputes or claims related to this Terms of Use shall be subject to the jurisdiction of the Courts and tribunals of the city of Barcelona (Spain), and in the case of Users acting in their capacity as consumers, to the court of domicile that corresponds to the Users / consumers.

The Users, if acting as consumers, may also submit any dispute arising from or related to these Conditions of Use to an alternative dispute resolution procedure ("ADR"). The list of ADR platforms available from the European Commission can be found at the following link:


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