Authorization for reuse and non-exclusive assignment of intellectual property rights
These general conditions allow the reuse of the documents submitted to them for commercial and non-commercial purposes. Reuse is understood to be the use of documents held by the bodies of the General State Administration and the other bodies and entities of the state public sector referred to in article 1.2 of Royal Decree 1495/2011, of 24 October, which develops Law 37/2007, of 16 November, on the reuse of state public sector information, by natural or legal persons, for commercial or non-commercial purposes, provided that such use does not constitute a public administrative activity. Authorised reuse includes, by way of illustration, activities such as copying, dissemination, modification, adaptation, extraction, rearrangement and combination of information.
The concept of document is that established in section 2 of article 3 of Law 37/2007, of 16 November, on the reuse of public sector information, so that it includes all information whatever its material or electronic medium, as well as its form of graphic, sound or image expression used, including, consequently, also the data at its most disaggregated or "raw" levels.
This authorisation also entails the free and non-exclusive transfer of intellectual property rights, where applicable, corresponding to such documents, authorising the carrying out of reproduction, distribution, public communication or transformation activities, necessary to carry out the authorised reuse activity, in any modality and under any format, for everyone and for the maximum period permitted by Law.
Exclusion of liability
The use of the data sets will be carried out by the users or agents of the reuse under their own account and risk, corresponding exclusively to them to respond before third parties for damages that could derive from it.
This Ministry will not be responsible for the use made of its information by reusing agents, nor for any damages suffered or economic losses that, directly or indirectly, produce or may produce economic, material or data damages caused by the use of the reused information.
This Ministry does not guarantee continuity in the availability of reusable documents, either in content or form, nor does it assume responsibility for any error or omission contained therein.