Terms of use

These terms govern access to and use of this website, which Consal makes freely available to Internet users. Access to the website implies acceptance without reservation. Browsing the portal implies acceptance of the terms.

The user undertakes to make proper use of the website, in keeping with the Law and this Disclaimer.

The user undertakes to use the services and information provided by Consal in good faith and to respect generally accepted principles of use at all times.

The user is only authorised to view, print and download part of the content of the website if:

  • The content is compatible with the purpose of the website.
  • The information obtained is used for private and personal use. Its use for commercial purposes or for distribution or transformation is expressly forbidden.
  • None of the contents of the website is modified in any way.
  • The consistency of information is maintained. No graphics, icons or images may be used separately from the text or other information which accompanies them.

Consal reserves the right to, at any time and without the need for prior notice, carry out any modifications or updates of the information contained in this website, of its configuration and presentation, and of the access conditions.


Consal does not guarantee the absence of downtime or errors in access to the website or its content, nor that the content is up-to-date.

Whenever possible, Consal will strive to fix errors, update content and restore communication and/or access to its website.

Liability for any improper or unauthorised access to or use of the information contained in this website shall correspond to the user in question. Consal shall not be liable for any consequences, harm or damages deriving from such access or use.

Consal shall not be liable for any security errors or damage which may come about in the user’s computer system or the documents and files stored on it, whether as a result of viruses on the user’s computer, incorrect operation of the browser and/or use of programmes which have not been correctly updated.

Consal shall not be liable for any third-party content which may be accessed from the website, nor does it guarantee the absence of viruses or other elements which may modify the user’s computer system and the documents or files stored on it. Consal shall not be liable for any damages of any kind caused to the user due to these reasons.

With regards to information on the products or services of third parties, Consal recognises the corresponding industrial and intellectual property rights in favour of their holders, without their appearance or mention at this website implying any existence of rights or responsibilities of Consal over them.

Intellectual Property

The intellectual property rights of this website, its source code, design, browsing structure and the different elements it contains are owned by Consal.

Consal shall be responsible for the exclusive exercise of the exploitation, reproduction, distribution, public communication and transformation rights of this website.

The information contained in this website is owned by Consal and is considered protected work in accordance with the provisions of Royal Decree 1/1996, of 12th April, approving the consolidated text of the Intellectual Property Act, with international treaties related to this subject also applying.

Data Protection

Consal reserves the right to include the details you freely provide through the e-mail addresses published on this website in an electronic file of personal data created under its responsibility, in order to manage your request and/or query and to send you information by any means, including e-mail and/or equivalent means, on products, services, news and offers related to activities of our company which we believe to be of interest. In the case of commercial communications sent by e-mail or equivalent means, you expressly consent to the sending out of advertising by this means.

You may, at any time and without retroactive effect, revoke the consent given and exercise your right to access, rectify, cancel and challenge the data by writing specifically to M.A. CONSAL, S.L., C/ Laguna del Marquesado, 8, 28021 Madrid, clearly indicating the specific right you wish to exercise.

Consal undertakes to maintain and process all personal details provided in line with confidentiality obligations, and to store them in a secure manner to prevent any unauthorised manipulation, loss, processing or access, based on technological state-of-the-art at all times.