Ministry of Justice Open Data
Reuse of Public Sector Information
In this section, you can consult the information that the Ministry of Justice publishes under Law 37/2007 on the Reuse of Public Sector Information for the national public sector.
For more information about the Reuse of Public Sector Information, go to datos.gob.es, where you can find all the initiatives in this field and the public information catalogue of the General Central Government Administration.
Ministry of Justice Open Data Catalogue
Consult the data sets published by the Ministry of Justice in the Catalogue of the General Central Government Administration.
- You can request the inclusion of any type of information that is under the scope of this Virtual Head Office online (requires digital certificate).
- You can also send us your suggestions online.
- If you wish to request or send any information by post, our address is:
Subsecretaría de Justicia, San Bernardo 45, 28071 Madrid
- Directive 2003/98/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council, of 17 November 2003, on the Reuse of Public Sector Information
- Law 37/2007, of 16 November, the Reuse of Public Sector Information Act, transposition of Directive 2003/98/EC, of 17 November 2003
- Royal Decree 1495/2011, of 24 October, implementing Law 37/2007, of 16 November, the Reuse of Public Sector Information Act, for the national public sector area
Mandatory Terms and Conditions
By merely making use of documents that are subject to these terms and conditions, which can be assessed at any time at www.datos.gob.es/avisolegal, any reusing party shall be bound by them.
Authorisation for reuse and non-exclusive transfer of intellectual property rights
These general terms and conditions allow for the reuse of the documents subject hereto for commercial and non-commercial purposes. Reuse is understood to be the use of documents held by the General Central Government Administration and other organisations and bodies of the national public sector referred to in Article 1.2 of Royal Decree 1495/2011, of 24 October, implementing Law 37/2007, of 16 November, regulating the reuse of national public sector information by natural or legal persons for commercial or non-commercial purposes, provided that said reuse does not constitute a public administration activity. By way of example, authorised reuse includes activities such as copying, disseminating, amending, adapting, extracting, reorganising and combining information.
The document concept is defined in section 2 of Article 3 of Law 37/2007, of 16 November, the Reuse of Public Sector Information Act, and includes all information, whether in tangible or electronic format, as well as information represented in graphic or sound form, or by an image used, and therefore also including data at its most disaggregated level or “raw data”.
Furthermore, this authorisation implies the free and non-exclusive transfer of intellectual property rights, where applicable, in relation to said documents and authorises the reproduction, distribution, public dissemination or transformation activities necessary in order to carry out authorised reuse in any manner and in any format, for everyone and for the maximum term permitted by Law.
Terms and Conditions for Reuse
The following terms and conditions shall apply to the reuse of documents subject hereto:
- Any distortion of the meaning of the information is prohibited.
- The source of all reused documents must be cited. Such citations must be done in the following manner: “Data source: Ministry of Justice”
- The date on which the reused document was last updated must be mentioned, provided that said date was included in the original document.
- Under no circumstances must the reusing party indicate, insinuate or suggest that the Ministry of Justice, as the owner of the reused information, is participating in, sponsoring or supporting the purpose for which the information is being reused.
- Where applicable, the metadata relating to the update date and the applicable conditions of reuse included in the document provided for reuse must be conserved and must not be altered or deleted.
Exclusion of Liability
Users or reusing parties make use of the data sets provided on their own behalf and at their own risk and as such they are exclusively liable for any damages to third parties that may result from said use.
The Ministry of Justice shall not be held responsible for the use made of its information by reusing parties or for any damages or financial losses that result or may result, whether directly or indirectly, in financial or material losses or harm to data caused by the use of the reused information. The Ministry of Justice does not guarantee the continuing availability of reusable documents, either in content or in form, and does not accept responsibility for any error or omission contained therein.
Liability of the Reusing Party
The reusing party is subject to the provisions of the regulations applicable on reuse of public sector information, including the scheme of penalties stipulated in Article 11 of Law 37/2007, of 16 November, the Reuse of Public Sector Information Act
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