LIABILITY FOR CONTENT
The content of our pages have been created with great care. Still we cannot guarantee the accuracy, completeness and timeliness of the content. According to current legal regulations we are responsible for the content of these pages. However, we are not obligated to control transferred or saved information or search for circumstances indicating illegal operation. The responsibility to delete or block the use of information according to general law remains applicable. The company can be held liable no sooner than a certain legal infringement has come to its attention. After legal infringements have come to our attention, we will remove the relevant content immediately.
LIABILITY FOR LINKS
Our offer contains links to external websites, whose contents do not lie within our control. For this reason we cannot be held liable for any external contents. The content of linked pages is the responsibility of the relevant provider. The linked pages have been checked regarding legal infringements at the time of linking. Illegal contents could not be noted at the time. A continuous content check of the linked pages is not reasonable without any tangible indication. If legal infringements become known, affected links will be removed immediately.
The contents and works created by the website provider of this page underlie the German copyright. The duplication, change, dispersion and any other kind of use outside the limits of the copyright require the written consent of the relevant author. Downloading or copying this page is prohibited. If the contents of this page have not been created by the provider, the copyrights of third parties must be acknowledged. Third party contents will be marked as such. Should a copy right infringement come to your attention, we would ask you to inform us of this. After relevant infringements have come to our attention, we will remove the relevant content immediately.
ONLINE DISPUTE RESOLUTION
With the ADR Directive (alternative dispute resolution) and ODR Regulation (online dispute resolution), the European Commission offers consumers a quick and affordable alternative to litigation. In disputes between businesses and consumers regarding online service or purchase contracts, European consumers can contact the online platform of the European Commission for arbitration.