in accordance with article 10 of Law 34/2002, of 11 July, Services of Information Society and Electronic Commerce,

we put at your disposal the following data:

The fashion company ,Tiara de Mó, is owned by Mónica Encinoza Martin with NIF 53040357B and fiscal domicile in Calle La luna 2, 1A ,40400 el espinar ,Segovia, España.

The site has been created to allow access to the public and to provide to customers and the general public information related to the products created by Monica Encinoza related to clothing, fashion children,fashion woman and accessories and services they offer.

RESERVATION OF RIGHTS may, when it considers convenient, make corrections, improvements or modifications to the structure, web design as well as any information contained in the page, modify or remove products, the conditions of access or even the use of the website unilaterally and without prior notice, without this place, nor entitled to any claim or compensation, nor imply recognition of any responsibility.


Monica Encinoza reserves the right to interrupt, suspend or terminate the provision of the website service or any of the services that comprise it.

Exclusion of guarantees and responsibility do not grant any guarantee nor is responsible for the damages and prejudices of any nature that may derive from:

• the lack of availability and technical continuity or functioning of the page.

• the existence of viruses, malicious or damaging programmes in the contents,

• the lack of usefulness, appropriateness or validity of the web site, services, content, with the object of responding to the needs, activities or expectations of the users.

• The use, negligent or unlawful use of the web in general that do not respect the rules defined in the present legal notice, good faith, public order.

• Errors: With regard to the existence of errors or inaccuracies on the Website Only marieli not be liable for the consequences arising out of the same. Shall be rectified by Nica marieli as soon as possible and in the time that you have knowledge of it.



Monica Encinoza is the holder of all rights on the software of the digital publication as well as the rights of industrial and intellectual property and copyright related to the content that is included, with the exception of rights on products and services of a public nature which are not the property of this company.Any of the material posted or purchased on this website may be reproduce, download, copy or publish, nor the transmission , nor distribution or generation of derivative works of the contents of this website without the written consent of the author. Likewise, the access to the website does not presuppose the acquisition by users of property rights over the contents contained in the same.All of the information you receive on the web, such as comments, suggestions, or ideas, are considered to be given free of charge. Must not be sent, information that can NOT be treated in this way.All of the products and services of these pages which are NOT the property of Monica Encinoza are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners and are recognized as such by our company. Only appear on the website of for the purposes of promotion and collection of information. These owners may request the modification or deletion of the information that belongs to them.


Las present general conditions are governed by Spanish law. For any dispute that may arise related to the website or the activity which he develops will be competent Courts of Segovia , user expressly waiving any other jurisdiction that may correspond.Information related to the resolution of the dispute in line with Art. 14, para. 1 of the ODR (Regulation of dispute resolution in line): The European Commission gives consumers the opportunity to resolve online dispute pursuant to Art. 14, para. 1 of the ODR in one of their platforms. The platform ( serves as a web in which consumers can try to reach agreements without going to trial-related disputes that arise in the purchasing and contracts on-line services.

Information regarding online dispute resolution pursuant to Art. 14 Para. 1 of the ODR (Online Dispute Resolution Regulation):

The European Commission gives consumers the opportunity to resolve online disputes pursuant to Art. 14 Para. 1 of the ODR on one of their platforms. The platform ( serves as a site where consumers can try to reach out-of-court settlements of disputes arising from online purchases and contracts for services.