(1) Limitation of liability
Content of this website
The content of this website has been developed with the utmost care. Nevertheless, the provider cannot accept responsibility for the correctness, completeness and up-to-dateness of the content provided. The retrievable content shall be used at the user's own risk. Author contributions express the opinion of the author in question and do not always reflect the opinion of the provider.
Availability of the website
The provider shall endeavour to offer the service without interruptions. Nevertheless, despite the utmost care, downtimes cannot be ruled out. The provider reserves the right to change or discontinue the site at any time.
This website contains links to third party websites ("external links"). The respective operators are liable for these websites. The first time that these external websites were linked, the provider examined the third-party content for immediately obvious indications of violations of law on these linked pages. The provider did not carry out further examinations. The provider does not have any influence on the current and future design and content of the linked pages. The setting up of external links does not mean that the provider adopts the content behind the reference or the link. The provider cannot be reasonably expected to constantly monitor these external links without a concrete indication of legal violations. However, if the company learns about such legal violations, such external links shall be immediately deleted.
No contractual relationship
The use of the provider's website does not result in any kind of contractual relationship between the user and the provider. Therefore, neither shall there be any contractual or quasi-contractual claims against the provider. In the event that the use of the website should lead to a contractual relationship, the following limitation of liability shall apply purely as a precaution: the provider shall be liable for malicious intent and gross negligence and for breach of a major contractual obligation (cardinal obligation). With limitation to compensation of damages that are usually foreseeable at the time of concluding the contract, the provider shall be liable for those damages that are based on the slightly negligent breach of cardinal obligations by him or one of his legal representatives or vicarious agents. The provider shall not be liable for slightly negligent breaches of secondary obligations that are not cardinal obligations. Liability for damages that occur in the scope of a guarantee or assurance given by the provider and liability for claims on the basis of the product liability law and damages resulting from injury to life, body or health remain unaffected by this.
(2) Applicable law
The laws of the Federal Republic of Germany apply exclusively.