Addressee and conditions of use of the Justicia2030 website

Justicia2030 is an Internet domain owned by the Ministry of Justice, as a service provider to the Secretary of State of the Government.


The terms and conditions contained in this Notice may vary, so we encourage you to review these terms when you revisit the website. The Ministry of Justice is not responsible for any damages that may be caused by the use of the tools and information contained in the following websites with regard to decision-making on the initiation, development or result of administrative or judicial proceedings of any kind. Such decisions must be dealt with by the competent courts, tribunals, prosecutor's offices, centres, bodies or agencies. In any case, the information and contents of this website may not be invoked in any kind of process, and the Ministry of Justice accepts no responsibility for any discrepancies that may exist between the printed documents of the competent Administration and the electronic publication on these pages.


Both the design of the portal and its source codes, as well as the logos, brands and other distinctive signs that appear on it, belong to the Ministry of Justice or other collaborating entities and are protected by the corresponding intellectual and industrial property rights. Likewise, the images and other elements contained in the Ministry of Justice server are protected by the corresponding intellectual and industrial property rights. Content that may be included in Article 13 of the Royal Legislative Decree 1/1996, of 12 April, which approves the consolidated text of the Intellectual Property Act is excluded.

Its use, reproduction, distribution, public communication, transformation or any other similar or analogous activity is strictly prohibited, except with the express authorisation of the Ministry of Justice. The license to use any content of this website granted to the user is limited to the downloading of such content and the private use thereof, provided that such content remains complete. This does not apply to the content related to Art. 13 above.

The Ministry of Justice declares its respect for the intellectual and industrial property rights of third parties; therefore if you think that this site could be violating your rights, please contact us through your email.


The Ministry of Justice provides you with access to other websites that we believe may be of interest to you. The purpose of these links is to make it easier for you to find resources that may be of interest to you on the Internet. However, these pages do not belong to the Ministry, nor does it review their content and therefore cannot be held responsible for them, for the functioning of the linked page or for any possible damage that may arise from accessing or using it.

The establishment of a link to this website does not imply any type of agreement, contract, sponsorship or recommendation by the Ministry of Justice of the page containing the link


The "framing" technique is authorised under the terms recognised in European and national jurisprudence that does not contradict it.


The Ministry of Justice is responsible for the processing of personal data collected and/or supplied by the interested parties through the website

In accordance with European regulations, essentially Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 on the protection of personal data on natural persons, as well as Organic Law 3/2018 of 5 December on the Protection of Personal Data and guarantee of digital rights, the Ministry of Justice undertakes to treat personal data with loyalty and transparency towards the interested party. They will always be collected for specified and legitimate purposes, these data being relevant and limited to what is necessary in relation to the purposes. This data will be updated without delay, limiting the storage period to the minimum time necessary for processing, subject to legal exceptions. The Ministry of Justice guarantees the integrity and confidentiality of the data by protecting them from unauthorised or unlawful processing, as well as by preventing their accidental loss, destruction or damage, without prejudice to the fact that security measures on the Internet are not impregnable.

On this page, in the Citizen Services section, there is a specific section on data protection.

The Ministry of Justice reserves the right to modify this Privacy Policy in order to adapt it to changes in legislation, jurisprudence or interpretation from the Spanish Data Protection Agency. In this case, the Ministry of Justice shall announce such changes, indicating clearly and in due time the changes made and requesting, if necessary, your acceptance of such changes.


In case of dispute or conflict over interpretation of the terms that make up this Legal Notice, as well as any question related to the services of this website, the applicable law will be Spanish law.

For the resolution of any conflict that may arise when visiting the website or the use of the services that may be offered therein, the Ministry of Justice and the user agree to submit to the judges and courts of the user's domicile, provided that the latter is located in Spanish territory. Otherwise, they will be submitted to the judges and courts of Madrid.