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If you do not agree with all terms, do not use the Site.

The content of this website is made available for the purpose of providing general information and does not constitute the provision of legal services. Cavaleiro & Associados – Sociedade de Advogados RL (Cavaleiro & Associados) excludes its liability for any damages that may occur related to the information contained in this Site. This Site is for information only and does not have advertising content.

The Cavaleiro & Associados website and contents were generated for its customers.

You are expressly prohibited from:

a) transfer, copy or retransmit any part or all of the Cavaleiro & Associados Website or Contents without written authorization from Cavaleiro & Associados;

b) use any methods for collecting or extracting data;

c) use the Site or Contents of Cavaleiro & Associados for purposes other than those agreed upon.

d) create or introduce on this Site any types of viruses, worms, Trojan horses, scripts or any other code or program that contain destructive or harmful properties, or advise third parties to do so.

e) to use the Site for illegal purposes or effects that may harm the rights of Cavaleiro & Associados or third parties and, in particular, not to use the Site to distribute illegal or harmful information, or information that is considered unpleasant, discriminatory or offensive to Cavaleiro & Associados or third parties;

This unauthorized use may also violate applicable laws, including, but not limited to, copyright and trademark laws.

The user declares and guarantees compliance with all applicable laws and regulations including those related to the Internet, data, email and privacy.

If the user does not comply with these obligations, Cavaleiro & Associados reserves the right to immediately prohibit and block access to its Site and its network without the right to any kind of compensation.

The breach resulting from the use, reproduction, copy of the contents of the www.cavaleiroadvogados.pt website in breach or alleged breach of the Site Terms obliges the user to indemnify the damages caused, as well as costs, responsibilities and expenses (including, but not limited to) limited to lawyers ‘fees) arising from the violation of Cavaleiro & Associados’ rights.



Navigation through this website does not necessarily imply the provision of personal data, since no personal data that identifies a user is automatically registered.

Cavaleiro & Associados may collect non-personal and non-identifiable information from a specific user for the purpose of monitoring the use of our services and to help us develop and improve our website.



Cavaleiro & Associados is committed to protecting your privacy. Although browsing the site does not imply the provision of personal data, we collect the information you choose to fill out on the site forms. In order for the personal data collected by filling out forms to be used, Cavaleiro & Associados will provide the user with the necessary information so that, in advance, he can give his consent to the treatment.
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By using this site you consent to the collection and use of your information, as set out in these Terms and Conditions and the Privacy Policy. Cavaleiro & Associados reserves the right to change any terms or conditions contained in the terms of the Site or any policy or guidance of the Site, at any time and in its sole discretion. When changes are made, the date of the last update at the top of the Site’s terms will be revised. Any changes will take effect immediately after publication on the Site. Your continued use of the Site after the changes are posted will constitute your acceptance of those changes. We recommend that you consult the terms of the Site whenever you visit us.

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