Privacy Statement

Tulipán Relocations takes your privacy very seriously and will process and use information about you in a secure manner. In this Privacy Statement we explain which data we process and for what purpose we do so. In addition, in this Privacy Statement you can read about the rights of the customer with regard to the processing of his data. We encourage you to read this Privacy Statement carefully. For questions you can always contact:


Who is Tulipán Relocations?

Tulipán Relocations is a sole proprietorship with the owner Cornelis Pieter Wilhelm Cornelissen, with offices at Calle Jacinto Verdaguer, 6 Esc 1 1ºB, 29002 Málaga and residing in Calle Dr. Ros Alferez in Torre del Mar and registered as “autonomo” at the tax office (“Agencia Tributaria”) and “Seguridad Social” under number ESX6225241S. The commercial name of the one-man business is Tulipán Relocations. Tulipán Relocations is the controller with regard to the processing of your personal data by Tulipán Relocations.


How does Tulipán Relocations use your data?

Below is an overview of the purposes for which Tulipán Relocations processes personal data about you. In doing so, the data used by Tulipán Relocations for that specific purpose is specified, which is the legal basis for processing the data and how long the data are stored by Tulipán Relocations. To keep things organized, we have grouped everything by type of data stream.

Services, customer management and financial administration

Purpose:                           to provide the service itself.

Data:                                  name and address details, e-mail address, file details, financial data, data required to provide the service, data generated during the                                                     service.

Basis:                                 implementation of the specific service / service.

Retention period:         as long as necessary for this purpose.


How do we obtain your data?

  • By sending an e-mail or filling in the contact / intake form, Tulipán Relocations gains access to your personal or company data.
  • Tulipán Relocations has information about you because you have provided it to us or are provided to us by third parties with your explicit consent.


What are your rights?

Under the European General Data Protection Regulation you have a number of rights with regard to your data and their processing:


You can always view your own (personal) data and, if necessary, make a request for access.


You can tell that Tulipán Relocations changes your data, improves, complements or screens.

Limitation of processing

You also have the right, under certain conditions, to request Tulipán Relocations to limit the processing of your personal data.

Right of objection

If a certain processing takes place on the basis of the “legitimate interest” of Tulipán Relocations or a third party, you have the right to object to such processing.

Data transfer

You have the right to obtain your personal data from Tulipán Relocations. Tulipán Relocations will provide these in a structured form, which can easily be opened in other common digital systems.

Retract permission

In all cases where the basis for a certain data processing requires your permission, you have the right to withdraw that permission. This has no consequences for the past, but does mean that we will no longer be allowed to process this data. It may be that Tulipán can no longer provide you with certain services.

Response from Tulipán Relocations

A request can be sent to Tulipán Relocations will comply with your request as soon as possible and in any case not later than 1 month after Tulipán Relocations has received such a request. If Tulipán Relocations rejects your request, we will indicate in our reply why the request was rejected.


Recipients of personal data

The data can be passed on to:

  • Parties that are involved in the execution or fulfillment of a transfer between you and Tulipán Relocations. Generally, these are government agencies such as; the tax office (“hacienda”), the social security (“Seguridad Soical”), the National Police (“policia National”), the town hall (“Ayuntamiento”), the medical post (“Centro de Salud”) and the like.
  • External consultants such as accountant / tax lawyers, tax agencies, with whom Tulipán Relocations collaborates and specific advice is necessary to perform a service;
  • External consultants such as insurers, banks with whom Tulipán Relocations cooperates and if you request a quote from a specific insurance or want to open a bank account. This information is only passed on to your request and notification.

It may be that Tulipán Relocations is obliged to provide your data to a third party, for example on the basis of the legal obligation.


What are cookies and how does Tulipán Relocations use them?

This website uses cookies to see how many new visitors the site receives, the path you follow and with this information we try to optimize the website for usability.

We can not identify you as a person or company with this data. You can refuse them by adjusting your settings on your browser.

Cookies are small pieces of (text) information that are sent to your browser when you visit the website of Tulipán Relocations and then stored on the hard disk or in the memory of your computer, tablet, mobile or other device. The cookies placed on the Tulipán Relocations website can not damage your device or the files stored on it. When we talk about cookies, we mean not only these small pieces of text information, but also comparable techniques with which information is collected, such as device “fingerprinting”.


Can this Privacy Statement be changed?

This Privacy Statement can be changed. We therefore advise you to regularly read the Privacy Statement for possible changes.


Where can you go with complaints and questions?

If you have any questions about this Privacy Statement and the way in which Tulipán Relocations uses your data or you have a complaint about the way Tulipán Relocations processes your data, you can send an e-mail to In addition, you can always contact the competent national supervisor in the field of privacy protection.


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