LIABILITY FOR CONTENTS
The contents of all pages were created with the utmost conscientiousness. We do not guarantee the accuracy, completeness, up-to-dateness and quality of the information provided. The content is for general information purposes only and is incomplete. Furthermore, the content does not constitute legal advice. No liability is assumed for the content. Liability claims regarding damage caused by the use of any information provided, including any kind of information which is incomplete or incorrect, will therefore be rejected. Any content affected by a violation of the law will be removed immediately after it becomes known.
LIABILITY FOR LINKS
Despite careful and contentwise control we do not take over adhesion for contents of external links. The operators of the linked pages are solely responsible for their content.
All contents of the existing pages are subject to copyright. A use of the contents or any parts thereof is not permitted, but requires our consent. This also applies to the copyrights of third parties. We reserve the right to report infringements. If, despite all precautionary measures, copyright infringements nevertheless occur, please inform us. In the event of a justified determination of the infringement, we will remove the corresponding content without delay.
INFORMATION ON ONLINE DISPUTE RESOLUTION
The Office of National Economy in Liechtenstein is a conciliation body for consumer affairs and is a notified AS body (www.llv.li). It supports consumers and companies in settling disputes quickly and cost-effectively. The EU Commission also offers the possibility of online dispute resolution on a platform operated by it ("OS platform"). The OS platform can serve as a contact point for out-of-court settlement of disputes arising from online sales contracts or service contracts. This platform can be reached via the external link ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr.
No warning without prior contact! Should any content or the design of individual pages or parts of this website violate the rights of third parties or statutory provisions or in any other way give rise to competition law problems, we kindly ask for an appropriate, sufficiently explanatory and fast message without cost note with reference to Art 9 para 4 Liechtenstein Unfair Competition Act. We guarantee that the rightfully objected passages or parts of these web pages are removed in appropriate period or are adapted to the legal defaults extensively, without the engagement of a legal adviser is necessary from your side. The involvement of a lawyer to issue a warning notice, which is subject to a charge, does not correspond to our real or presumed will and would therefore constitute a violation of the Liechtenstein Unfair Competition Act due to the pursuit of irrelevant objectives as the dominant motive for initiating proceedings, in particular an intention to achieve costs as the actual driving force, as well as a violation of the duty to mitigate damage.