The website is managed by Castro Group and aims to provide information to users who want access to the group’s knowledge.
However, before any consultation of the website, the terms and conditions page must be read.
Staying on the website demonstrates acceptance of its terms and conditions, so if you do not agree with them, you should immediately stop browsing.
Castro Group reserves the right to change the terms and conditions of use anytime, so whenever accessing the website, please consult this page in advance.
All contents of the website (texts, photographs, images, illustrations, brands, and advertising) are protected by Copyright and Related Rights and cannot be used outside the website without the prior written consent of the group or companies mentioned.
Without prejudice, the user may download or copy the contents of the website strictly for his personal use.
The use of the website for illegal purposes or for purposes that may be considered unworthy of the Castro Group’s image is strictly prohibited.
Usurpation, counterfeiting, use of usurped or counterfeit content, illegitimate identification, and unfair competition are criminally punishable.
Castro Group reserves the right to take legal action against the authors of any copy, reproduction, or other unauthorized use of the website content by third parties.
Exclusion of Liability
Castro Group will make every effort to ensure that the information and facts on the website are, among those available, the best and the most relevant. However, it does not give any guarantee, explicit or implicit, that the information on the website is always up to date, assuming no responsibility for the consequences, direct and/or indirect, that result from the use of the information provided. Castro Group is grateful that the user lets the company aware whenever he/she finds outdated data on the website so that it can be adjusted.
The interpretation of these terms and conditions of use, as well as the resolution of any disputes that arise within the scope of the website, will be regulated exclusively by law and by Portuguese courts.