The user must access our website in accordance with good faith, the rules of public order, these General Conditions of Use and, if appropriate, the specific conditions of use that may be applicable. Access to our website is carried out under the user’s own exclusive responsibility, and they shall be responsible in any case for the damages that they may cause to third parties or to us. 

The user is expressly forbidden from using and obtaining the services and contents offered on this website, by procedures other than those stipulated in these conditions of use, and if appropriate in the specific conditions that govern the acquisition of certain services. 


The use of certain services on our website requires you to provide us with certain personal details, which shall be subject to processing and incorporated into our files. Likewise, we hereby inform you that your details will be treated with strict confidentiality, adopting all the guarantees demanded by Organic Law 15/1999 on the Protection of Details of a Personal Nature (LOPD), and to safeguard the security of your personal details we shall apply the technical and organizational security measures required by Royal Decree 1720/2007 which governs the regulation which develops Organic Law 15/1999 on the Protection of Details of a Personal Nature (LOPD).

At any time you are entitled to access our databases free of charge to consult your details, rectify them if they are erroneous or have varied and cancel them if you do not wish to continue to be included in them. You can notify us of the right that you wish to exercise by writing to: or to our mailing address c/ de les Carolines,6 08012  Barcelona (Spain)

Consent and authorization to process personal details

Carrie Van Hise as the entity responsible for its files, considers that when you accept to send your personal details through the different forms that this website contains, or by e-mail, you are expressly giving us your authorization and consent to process and incorporate your details into our databases, although of a revocable nature and without retroactive effects.


These general conditions are governed by Spanish legislation, the Spanish Courts and Tribunals being competent to decide on any matters which arise from their interpretation, application and fulfilment. The user, by virtue of their acceptance of the general conditions contained in this legal notice, expressly renounces any jurisdiction which may correspond to them by application of the Ley de Enjuiciamiento Civil (Spanish Civil Procedure Act) in force.


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