Bierstadter Straße 9 a
65189 Wiesbaden

Phone: +49 611 39539-5
Telefax: +49 611 9100673

Registered office: Wiesbaden

Commercial register:: Amtsgericht Wiesbaden HRB 6982
VAT ID: DE 113 880 801

Authorised representatives: Ferdinand Stern, Florian Hirt, Martin Jung

(1) Liability restriction

Contents of this website

The contents of this website have been drawn up with the maximum possible care and attention. However, the provider shall not guarantee the accuracy, completeness and topicality of the existing contents. The user shall remain solely responsible for the use of the available contents. Contributions identified by name reflect the opinion of the author in question and not necessarily that of the provider.

Website availability

The provider shall endeavour to ensure that the service can be retrieved with as few disruptions as possible. However, downtimes cannot be excluded even if reasonable care is exercised. The provider reserves the right to alter or discontinue the service at any time.

External links

This website contains links to third-party websites (“external links”). The individual operators of these third-party websites shall be liable for their contents. The provider examined the alien contents of these external links for possible legal breaches before posting them on the website for the first time. No legal breaches were in evidence at this time. However, the provider has no influence over the current and future design and contents of these linked sites. The inclusion of external links does not mean that the provider shall adopt the linked or referenced contents as his own. It would be unreasonable to expect the provider to undertake continual checks on the contents of these external links without concrete evidence of legal breaches. However, in the event that legal breaches do come to light, external links of this nature shall be deleted immediately.

Exclusion of contractual relationship

The user’s access to and use of the provider’s website shall not result in the establishment of any type of contractual relationship between the user and the provider. No contractual or semi-contractual claims against the provider may be asserted as a result. In the event that the use of this website should result in a contractual relationship, the following liability restriction shall apply by way of precaution: The provider shall be liable in cases of premeditation and gross negligence, as well as in the event of the breach of a significant contractual obligation (cardinal obligation). The provider shall be liable for damages which are based on a slightly negligent violation of cardinal obligations, either by himself, one of his legal representatives or vicarious agents, however, this liability shall be limited to the compensation of instances of the usual, predictable damage which is a common feature of contracts of this nature. The provider shall not be liable for instances of minor negligence which arise in conjunction with secondary obligations which cannot be deemed cardinal obligations. Liability for damages which fall within the scope of protection of a guarantee or warranty granted by the provider, in addition to the liability for claims related to product liability law and damages which resulted in fatal or bodily injury or a violation of health shall remain unaffected by the above.

(2) Copyright

The contents and works published on this website are copyrighted material. All instances of the utilisation of the said material which are not authorised by German copyright law shall require the prior written agreement of the author or initiator in question. This shall, in particular, apply to the duplication, editing, translation, saving, processing or reproduction of contents saved in databases or other electronic media and systems. Third-party contents and contributions are identified as such in the process. The unauthorised duplication or dissemination of individual contents or complete sites is not permitted and liable to prosecution. Exceptionally, the creation of copies and downloads for personal, private and non-commercial use is permitted.

Links to the provider’s website are highly appreciated, and do not require the agreement of the website provider. Permission must be obtained in order to display this website in external frames.

(3) Data protection

Information regarding access (date, time, page viewed) may be saved on the server during visits to the provider’s website by the user. However, this data is not personal, but instead remains anonymous. It is evaluated solely for statistical purposes. This information is not passed on to third parties for neither commercial nor non-commercial purposes.

Furthermore, data may be stored on the website user’s computer during visits to the website in question. Data of this type are known as “cookies”, which serve to simplify the user’s access performance. The user is able to deactivate this function on the web browser in question, which may, however, restrict the operability of our website.

The provider expressly alerts users to the fact that online data transfer (e.g. in the case of communication via e-mail) is vulnerable and fraught with security holes, and cannot be completely protected against access by third parties.

The use of the provider’s contact details, especially the telephone / fax numbers and e-mail address, for commercial purposes is not encouraged or desirable in any way, this unless the provider has given his written permission in advance or a commercial relationship is already in existence. Both the provider, and all those individuals named on this website, hereby object to all instances of the commercial use and dissemination of their personal details.

(4) Applicable law

This agreement shall be subject solely to the relevant law prevailing in the Federal Republic of Germany.

(5) Specific terms and conditions of use

Express indication of any specific terms and conditions which may apply to individual uses of this website which deviate from points (1) – (4) above shall be provided at the applicable junctures. These aforementioned specific terms and conditions of use shall subsequently apply in each individual case.