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Terms of Use of the Website

Project Pichimahuida Website Terms of Use

Use of this website constitutes the acceptance of these Terms of Use which take affect on the date from which you first use the site.


These Terms of Use (hereinafter Terms) set forth the terms and conditions to use the website (hereinafter Website) of the Private Protected Nature Area  Pichimahuida (hereinafter Project) and the data contained within it. By accessing and/or using the Website, you have read, consented and agreed to comply with all of the conditions in the present document. From time to time, these Terms may be modified. Please continue to review the Terms whenever accessing or using the Website.


The copyright for the Website is Registered with the Copyright Registration Service of the IP Rights Office, registration number 8116843356, it covers all proper to the Website textual content and images for the period of 2018-2033.

The entire content of the Website is considered to be the property of the Project with all rights reserved.  Except where expressly stated to the contrary the text, information and images contained in the Website are the property of the Project.


The content of the Website has been prepared in a trustworthy and truthful manner and all information is believed to be correct at the time of publication.  The information reflects strictly personal views of the proprietors of the Website. The content is regularly changed without prior notice.


You may view, download, store or print out individual selections of the Website for your own personal explicit use and not to be publicly reproduced.

Provided that the use is in accordance with the Terms, you may use, download and print the materials contained in the Website, without requesting prior permission, solely for the purposes of nature restoration or legal protection of nature. Either an electronic copy or two paper copies of all products published using the information on the Website must be sent, free of charge, to the Project using the contact details below.

The material may not be used in a misleading, inappropriate or offensive manner, in advertising or promotion, for a purpose contrary to the purpose of the Website, or in a manner that suggests any kind of endorsement by the Project.

No commercial use:

Neither work derived from or based on the information contained in the Website may be put to commercial use. “Commercial Use” means a) any use by, on behalf of, or to inform or assist the activities of, a commercial entity (an entity that operates ‘for profit’) or b) use by any individual or non-profit entity for the purposes of revenue generation.

No reposting and/or redistribution, derivative works:

All forms of reposting, reselling, or other forms of redistribution of the information on the Website, either whole or in part, alone or combined with other data, are strictly prohibited without prior written permission.  Reassigning the ownership of the Website through reposting it via any social media as not belonging to the Project will constitute an explicit offense under the present Terms.

Derivative works based on the information in the Website may be distributed, including electronically or in print form, without prior written permission, provided that the works are made available with a non-commercial restriction on use and that appropriate acknowledgement and citation of the source is included. For the purposes of these Terms, a “derivative work” is a new work that includes major protected elements of the Website content.

Acknowledgements and citation:

Any user of the data, including text, documents and photographs, in the Website will provide full acknowledgement and citation in any materials or publications derived in part or in whole from the information on the Website.

Downloading of the content:

You agree that any material downloaded or otherwise accessed through the use of the Website, including hyperlinks, is obtained entirely at your own risk and that you will be entirely responsible for any resulting damage to software or computer systems and/or any resulting loss of data.

Download and use of the material does not amount to a transfer of intellectual property.


The Project will not be held liable in connection with any third party websites which may be linked or accessible through the Website and will not endorse or approve the contents of any such site. Links supplied by the Website are not to be considered as an invitation or suggestion that the third party sites are to be accessed, they are provided for reference only.

The Website does not provide advice:

This Website is provided for informational purposes only. This Website is not intended to provide, and should not be construed as giving legal, scientific or any other type of advice on any subject matter.

Responsibility and liability:

Every effort has been made to ensure that the information published within the Website is accurate and up to date. However, no guarantee is given in respect of the accuracy or currency of the information presented on the Website. The information is for guidance purposes only and is subject to constant changes. Under no circumstances the proprietor shall be liable or responsible for any direct, indirect, incidental, consequential or cumulative losses or damages arising due to the use or inability to use the Website, including any errors, misrepresentations or omissions on the material contained within.


The reproduction and use of Pichimahuida logo or of any image featuring the logo is not allowed without explicit permission.

The logo is protected by registered copyright.

Copyright Registration Service 

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Data protection:

The proprietor will treat any enquiry received with strict confidentiality. It will not, on any occasion make available to others any information about any person visiting the Website.

Governing law:

The application of these terms shall be governed by general principles of law, to the exclusion of any single national system of law. Any dispute, controversy or claim arising under or pursuant to these Terms shall be settled by mutual agreement. Should such an agreement be impossible to reach, the dispute is to be settled under the conditions of the The Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works in any of its State Parties. Disputes resolution is to be done by courts, not through an arbitration process. The Website is hosted in Switzerland.

Contact information:

If you have any questions or comments with respect to the Terms or your intended use of the content of the Website, or difficulty accessing any section of the Website and require assistance, please contact us on:

       webmaster (at)