Terms of Use

The information on this website is provided by the Institute for Legal and Political Sciences (henceforth ICJP). The Institute endeavours to ensure that the website is always accurate up-to-date and will take all measures necessary in order to correct any errors that may be pointed out.
All texts, contents and images on this website are the property of ICJP unless otherwise indicated, and these are protected by law. Downloading and storage of the contents of these pages is authorised on a temporary basis only and for the sole purpose of viewing them on a personal computer.
The information available on this website may be used with the express written permission of the corresponding source of information, and such use must mention the ICJP and the Internet address where the specific contents are found. Its use for commercial or offensive purposes is, however, expressly prohibited.
This website may contain hyperlinks to third party websites over which the ICJP has no control. The ICJP shall not be held liable for the quality or accuracy of any information reproduced on those pages, or that found in any other hyperlinks that may be referenced in them.
Navigation through this website does not necessarily require you to provide personal data. However, the ICJP offers on-line registration forms on its website. Filling out these forms requires that personal data be collected. These data are processed automatically by the ICJP and used strictly in accordance with the terms under which they are collected. The ICJP ensures privacy and protection of the data entered by the users. For any questions concerning how the data are handled, updated, corrected or deleted, we urge you to contact us at icjp@fd.ul.pt.
The ICJP shall not be liable for any damages caused by any viruses that may infect the User’s computer or network after accessing the ICPJ website and subsequent transfer of content from the ICPJ website to the User’s computer or network.
This website is governed by Portuguese Law.