“Once the documents are complete, they must not be falsified or altered in any way by the respondents, since they are handed over to third parties. The role of the agreed third party is first and foremost to ensure that the parties comply with their obligations under the Convention. The escrow agreement regime is based on a contract concluded between the provider (depositor), the user (beneficiary) and a trusted third party (escrow agent) with the application of the principle of the provision applicable to others, which is governed by Article 1121 of the Civil Code. Specifically, the supplier (applicant) introduces a deposit of the elements of the software or electronic application in question, of which it retains the intellectual property, in order to allow the user (beneficiary) to access them in cases previously defined in the promotion clauses of the contract. . . .