Legal notice

In order to comply with article 10 of Law 34/2002, The Information Society Services and e-Commerce Act, users are provided with the following information:


Registered at the Madrid Commercial Registry in volume 40744, sheet 150, page M-722864, entry number 1st.

Trade Name: OH MY PLACE!

Registered Address: C/ Fernández de la Hoz, 7 – 28010 Madrid – Spain

Tax ID Code / Number: B-01768365





The provider, entity in charge of the website, makes this document available to users in compliance with the obligations set forth in Law 34/2002, The Information Society Services and e-Commerce Act (LSSI-CE), as well as to inform all the website users about the terms of use of the website. All persons accessing this website are considered users and as such they undertake to observe and strictly comply with the provisions set forth herein, as well as any other legal provision that were applicable. The provider reserves the right to modify any kind of information that might appear on the website, without it being obliged to give any forewarning or inform users of said obligations; publication on the website is deemed sufficient.



The provider assumes no liability whatsoever for the information published on this website when such information has been manipulated or entered by a third party unconnected with the same. The provider’s website may use cookies (small information files that the server sends to the computer of users accessing the site) to perform certain functions considered essential for the site to run and be viewed correctly. The cookies used on the website are, in any event, temporary and their sole purpose is to make subsequent transmission more efficient and they disappear when the user logs out. Under no circumstances shall cookies be used to collect personal information. It is possible that users of the client’s website may be redirected to contents on third-party websites. Given that the provider is not always able to control the contents third parties place on their websites, the former assumes no liability regarding said contents. In any event, the provider declares they shall proceed to immediately withdraw any content that breaches national or international legislation, public morals or public order, proceeding to immediately remove the redirection to said website and reporting the content in question to the corresponding authorities. The provider assumes no liability for the information and contents stored, including but not limited to, forums, chatrooms, blog generators, comments, social media or any other means allowing third parties to independently publish contents on the provider’s website. Nevertheless, in compliance with the provisions set forth in articles 11 and 16 of the aforementioned LSSI-CE, the provider offers users, the authorities and police forces, its full support to actively collaborate in removing or, if applicable, blocking all those contents that could affect or breach national or international legislation, third-party rights or public morality and public order. Should users consider that any content on the website could be so classified, they are requested to notify the website administrator immediately. This website has been reviewed and tested in order for it to run correctly. In principle, it is guaranteed to run correctly 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. However, the provider cannot rule out certain programming errors or acts of God, natural catastrophes, strikes or similar circumstances occurring that may impede access to the website.



The website, including but not limited to, its programming, edition, compilation and other elements required for it to run, its designs, logotypes and/or graphics, are property belonging to the provider or alternatively they hold the corresponding licence or express authorisation from the authors. All the contents on the website are duly protected by intellectual and industrial property laws and are entered in the corresponding public registers. Irrespective of the purpose for which they may be used, reproduction in full or in part, usage, exploitation, reproduction, distribution and commercialization in all cases require prior authorisation in writing from the provider. Any usage not previously authorised by the provider shall be deemed a serious breach of the author’s intellectual or industrial property rights. The designs, logotypes, text and/or graphics not belonging to the provider and which may appear on the website belong to their respective owners, and it is they who shall be liable for any possible controversy that may arise regarding the same. In any event, the provider has previously attained their express authorisation. The provider expressly DOES NOT AUTHORISE third parties to redirect their users to specific contents on the website; they may only do so to the provider’s home page. The provider acknowledges the intellectual and industrial property rights pertaining to other holders, however their mere mention or appearance on the website in no way implies any rights or liabilities are incumbent on the provider regarding such, nor likewise does such mention appearance imply the latter is backing, sponsoring or recommending them. For any kind of observation regarding a possible breach of intellectual or industrial property rights as well as about any of the contents on the website, please send an e-mail to:



All the information submitted by the user must be truthful. For these effects and purposes, the user guarantees that data submitted on the service subscription forms is true. The user is responsible for keeping the information submitted to DOVEVIVO ESPAÑA S.L. permanently up to date, whereby it always reflects their actual situation at any time. In any event, the user will be the only party responsible for false or inaccurate statements made and for the prejudice this may cause the provider or to third parties.



In order for them to use the services, minor require prior consent from their parents, guardians or legal representatives and it is the latter parties who shall be held liable for the acts undertaken by the minors in their care. They are responsible for deciding which specific contents minors may access and hence if they access inappropriate contents on the Internet, mechanisms shall have to be put in place on their computers (in particular computer programmes, filters and blocks) enabling them to limit access to certain contents. Despite not being infallible, said mechanisms are particularly useful for controlling and restricting the material which minors can access.



The user undertakes to use the website compliant with the Law and with this Legal Notice, as well as with public morality and commonly accepted morals and good behaviour. To this end, the user shall refrain from using the website for purposes that are illicit or prohibited, violate third party rights or interests or which in any way may damage, render useless, overload, deteriorate or impede normal use of computer equipment, documents, files and any kind of content stored on any of the provider’s computer equipment.   In particular, and for guidance but not limited to, the user undertakes not to transmit, disseminate or make available to third parties information, data, contents, messages, graphics, drawings, sound or image files, photographs, recordings, software and, in general, any kind of material that: (a) Is contrary to, undermines or infringes the fundamental public rights and freedoms recognised under the constitution, in international treaties and other current regulations; (b) Induces, incites or fosters criminal, degrading, libellous or violent actions or those in general that are contrary to the Law, public morality and public order; (c) Induces, incites or fosters attitudes or thoughts that discriminate for reasons of gender, religion, beliefs, age or condition; (d) Are contrary to a person or family’s honour and privacy or people’s personal image; (e) In any way damages the provider or third parties’ credibility; and (f) Represents illegal, misleading or dishonest advertising.



All the controversies and issues resulting from this website or the activities undertaken hereon shall be resolved under Spanish legislation which is expressly accepted by the parties and the conflicts stemming or relating to its usage shall be judged by the Courts and Tribunals of Madrid.