These guidelines have been drawn up to regulate the use of the functionality of the DoveVivo website and of the DoveVivo App owned by DoveVivo S.p.A., with registered office in Milan, Viale Stelvio n. 66, Italy, VAT No. 00406960732 (hereinafter "DoveVivo”).
INFORMATION AND RESPONSIBILITY
DoveVivo is not responsible for any loss associated with or arising from the use (or impossibility of use) of the DoveVivo website and/or of the DoveVivo App, including loss caused by viruses or attributable to vague, inaccurate or incomplete information, except where loss is caused exclusive by wilful misconduct or gross negligence on DoveVivo’s part. Nor is DoveVivo responsible for loss arising from the use of electronic communications means, including e.g. loss deriving from the failure to offer (or to offer late) electronic communications, or from the interception or alteration of electronic communications by third parties or by computer programs used for electronic communications and for the transmission of viruses.
Anything that is published on the DoveVivo website for the attention and benefit of Users is informational in nature only, and should not therefore be interpreted as a mandatory recommendation. DoveVivo accepts no guarantees, including e.g. (without limitation) guarantees on conditions, quality, marketability, suitability for a specific purpose and the absence of infringements.
THIRD PARTY INFORMATION
Information provided by third parties represent the personal opinions of these third parties, who accept full responsibility in relation to them. DoveVivo assumes no responsibility for such contributions and/or information.
The hypertext links on the DoveVivo website may direct visitors to external websites managed by third parties. DoveVivo is not responsible for the content and functioning of these external websites. Nor is DoveVivo responsible for the quality of products or services that such websites may offer.
Save as otherwise indicated, all intellectual property rights to the DoveVivo website and/or to the DoveVivo app, and to the information contained therein, are owned exclusively by DoveVivo. These rights include, for purposes of illustration, all copyrights, trade name rights, nominal marks, image marks and logos of DoveVivo.
Users are permitted to use the DoveVivo website and/or the DoveVivo app and the information contained therein, and also to make copies thereof for personal use only, for example by printing or saving. The following, however, is forbidden: any other use of the DoveVivo website and/or of the DoveVivo app or of the information, e.g. by saving or fully or partially reproducing the DoveVivo website and/or the DoveVivo app on any external website.
FUNCTIONALITY RELATED TO SHARED EXPENSES/HOUSEHOLD JOBS IN THE DOVEVIVO APP
Alongside other functionality, the DoveVivo App also offers Users useful tools to simplify the management of the accommodation for anyone who shares an apartment subleased from DoveVivo. More specifically, Users who share an apartment can use the DoveVivo App to: (i) enter common expense items to be shared among Users; and (ii) schedule household jobs (hereinafter the “Additional Services”).
Data entered by Users and shared by them on the DoveVivo App when utilising the Additional Services (hereinafter “Annotations”) are to be understood merely as informal annotations and are not binding. The User agrees to use the Additional Services of the DoveVivo App honestly and to enter Annotations that are true, current and correct. However, DoveVivo does not guarantee the accuracy of Annotations entered by Users, and it provides the service without checking Annotations entered and without providing guarantees of any kind, express or implied.
Users can avail of Additional Services for free, at their discretion. DoveVivo is not responsible for any loss associated with or arising from the use (or impossibility of use) of the Additional Services, including loss attributable to any type of false, inadequate, untimely or inaccurate information contained therein.
The User understands and accepts, therefore, that Annotations are merely an informal way of sharing information between Users, and that Annotations related to common expense items do not constitute legally binding debts.