Data protection and disclaimer
1. Content of the online pages
We accept no warranty for the topicality, accuracy, completeness or quality of the information provided. No liability claims against us pertaining to material or non-material loss caused by the use or non-use of the supplied information or the use of incorrect and incomplete information shall be accepted unless demonstrably grossly negligent or wilful behaviour is evident on the part of the authors.
All offers are subject to alteration and are non-binding. We expressly reserve the right to alter, supplement or delete parts of the pages or the entire site or temporarily or permanently suspend publication without notice.
2. References and links
Liability would only arise with respect to any direct or indirect links to third-party Internet pages ("links") that lie outside the responsibility of our site if the authors have knowledge of the content and it would be technically possible and reasonable for them to prevent usage where unlawful content is evident.
We herby declare that at the time the links were placed no illegal content was in evidence on the linked pages. We have no influence whatever on current and future layout, content or authorship of the linked / referenced pages. We therefore expressly distance ourselves from all content of all linked/ referenced pages. This applies to all links and references placed within our Internet site and for third-party entries in our guest book, discussion forum and market offers.
3. Data protection
Where our website provides the opportunity to enter personal or business data (e-mail addresses, names, postal addresses), such information is supplied by the user on an expressly voluntary basis.
We guarantee that we will not forward your personal data to third parties.
4. Copyright and trademark law
In all publications we strive to observe the copyright of the graphics and texts used, to use texts and graphics created by us or to use licence-free graphics and texts.
All trademarks mentioned on the site that may be protected by third parties are subject without limitations to the provisions of the applicable trademark law and the proprietary rights of the respective registered proprietor. Where a mark is merely mentioned, it should not be concluded that the trademarks are not protected by third-party rights!