Privacy Policy

1. Privacy Policy Unirenta Property SLU informs the users of the webpage about its policy regarding the processing and protection of the user’s and clients’ personal data that can be collected through the navigation and use of services through its webpage. Accordingly, Unirenta Property SLU guarantees the compliance with the current regulation of personal data protection terms, reflected in Organic Law 15/1999 of 13 December, of Personal Data Protection and in the Royal Decree Law 1720/2007, of 21 December, which is approved by the Development Regulation of the LOPD. The use of this webpage implies agreement with the privacy policy.

2 Collection, use and data processing Unirenta Property SLU has the obligation to inform the users of its webpage about the collection of personal information that can occur, either through sending an email or filling out a form embedded on the webpage. Accordingly, Unirenta Property SLU will be considered responsible for the date collected via the means previously described. In turn, Unirenta Property SLU is to inform the users that the purpose of processing such data obtained considers:

Attention to requests made by the users, the inclusion of the contact list, the use of services, the management of commercial relationships and other means.
The operation, management and technical procedures that are carried out by automated and non-automated means and that enable the collection, storage, modification, transfer and other actions regarding personal data, are considered to be a use of personal data.

All personal data, that is collected via the Unirenta Property SLU webpage, and as a consequence is considered a use of personal data information, will be incorporated into the files.

3. Communicating Information to Third-Parties Unirenta Property SLU informs the users that their personal information will not be transferred to third-party organisations, with the security that said transferral of information is covered by a legal obligation or when the use of service implies the need for a contractual relationship with a person responsible for the use. In the latter case, the transferal of information to a third-part will only take place when Unirenta Property SLU obtains the expressed consent from the user.

4. Users’ Rights

The Organic Law 15/1999 of 13 December, of Personal Data Protection states to the interested the possibility of exercising a series of rights related to the use of personal information. In the case where the user’s information is subject to use by Unirenta Property SLU, the user can exercise the right to access, modification, cancelation and opposition to agreement to the, previously mentioned, current legal regulation of personal data protection. To exercise these rights, the user should present themselves via written communication, provide documentation that verifies their identity (NID or passport) to the following address: Unirenta Patrimonial SLU, Plaza de las Tendillas nº1 6ºC, 14.002 Córdoba, or to the relevant address of the Data Protection Registry. Said communication should reflect the following information: Name and surname of the user, the request application, address and accredited personal information. The exercise of ones rights should be carried out by the user themselves. However, it may also be realised by an authorised person, such as an authorised legal representative. In such a case, documentation should be provided that accredits the interested representation.