Terms of Use

This website is subject to the following terms of use, which are bindingly agreed between you (hereinafter: “user”) and us (hereinafter: “service provider”) when you access this website. If special conditions for individual uses of this website differ from the following terms of use, this will be expressly pointed out at the appropriate place on the website. The special terms and conditions of use then apply in each individual case.

1. Copyrights
This website contains data and information of all kinds that are protected by trademark and/or copyright in favor of the service provider or, in individual cases, also in favor of third parties. It is therefore not permitted to download, reproduce and distribute the website as a whole or individual parts of it, with the exception of technically necessary reproduction for the purpose of browsing, as long as this action does not serve commercial purposes, and permanent reproduction for your own use. It is also permitted to set a link to this website as long as it serves solely as a cross-reference. The service provider reserves the right to revoke the permission. Framing this website is not permitted.

2. Liability for content
The service provider assumes liability for the content of its website in accordance with legal provisions. Although the information has been compiled to the best of our knowledge, no liability is assumed for the accuracy, completeness and topicality of the information on the website.

The information available on these websites does not replace individual advice, but only serves as general information.

References and links to third-party websites do not mean that the service provider adopts the content behind the reference or link as its own. The content does not constitute any responsibility on the part of the service provider for the data and information provided there. The service provider has no influence on the content behind the link. The service provider is therefore not liable for illegal, incorrect or incomplete content or for damage caused by the use of content behind the link.

3. Performance problems
Use of the Internet is at the user’s own risk. In particular, the service provider is not liable for any technical failure of the Internet or access to the Internet.

4. Place of jurisdiction
If the contractual partner is a merchant, a legal entity under public law or a special fund under public law, the place of jurisdiction is the registered office of the service provider. German law applies to the exclusion of the UN purchase law.

5. Other
The service provider reserves the right to modify these terms of use from time to time and to adapt them to technical and legal developments. The user will be notified of the change separately.

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