Current legislation
The above terms and conditions of use of the papadeas-sa.gr website are governed by and supplemented by the Greek Law, the European Union Law and the relevant international conditions. Any provision of these terms becomes contrary to the law, it is no longer valid and is removed from the present, without in any way undermining the validity of the other terms. This consists an agreement between PAPADEAS SA and users of its pages and services.

Terms of personal data protection
PAPADEAS SA keeps records only with personal information which are sent by the visitor / user solely for purposes of communication, statistics, financial and improvement of the information services provided by the website. The company may process part or all of the above for the same reasons.

The Company guards the personal nature of your information and may not transfer them to any third party (individual or corporation) for any reason, except for the relevant provisions of the law and to the competent authorities alone.

Trademarks The logos and other trademarks appearing on the papadeas-sa.gr website are registered trademarks of PAPADEAS SA company. Graphics used as icons are also patented. Trademarks are prohibited to display any product that doesn’t belong to PAPADEAS SA company or in any way they confuse consumers, or underestimates and undermines the company.

Personal Use This present location is for the sole purpose of information and for personal use. You agree that you will not reproduce, retransmit, post, transmit, modify, display or exploit the content or part of this site in any way without the prior written permission of PAPADEAS SA company.

The information published on the papadeas-sa.gr website may be republished in whole or in part only for non-commercial use and with the simultaneous reference of the papadeas-sa.gr website as the source of the information.

The information published at papadeas-sa.gr, and only in this, is the property of PAPADEAS SA company and is protected by Greek and international copyright law. Violation of copyright and other exclusive rights legalizes the company to prosecute the violator.