Terms of use

TERMS OF USE AND DISCLAIMER  

This website is owned by Weigl-Aufz├╝ge Ges.mb.H. & Co.KG (referred to below as media owner). By accessing this website, the user agrees to the following terms of use:

1. USE AND CONTENT

The use of this website and the related documents and files is permitted to the user for personal information purposes only. Any use beyond this requires the express prior consent of the media owner.

The media owner reserves the right to change, supplement or delete the content and scope of this website as well as these terms of use without prior notice or to temporarily or permanently cease publication of certain information.

Information on product characteristics is non-binding and is neither expressly nor implicitly guaranteed. All business transactions with the media owner are to be made exclusively on the basis of and subject to the applicable General Terms and Conditions of the media owner in the currently valid version.

2. EXCLUSION OF LIABILITY

The media owner is only liable for those contents of the website that were created and published by the media owner itself. The media owner does not assume any guarantee and/or liability, neither explicitly nor implicitly, for the validity, correctness of content, completeness or quality of the services and information provided.

Liability for damages in connection with any use of the website is limited to intent and gross negligence of the media owner. Compensation for loss of profit, business interruption damages and indirect damages of all kinds is excluded - insofar as this is legally permissible.

3. REFERENCES AND LINKS

This website contains links to external websites of third parties over whose content the media owner has no influence. As a result, no guarantee and/or liability is assumed for external content. The party providing or operating the website is always responsible for the contents of the linked website.

The media owner hereby expressly declares that at the time of publishing the link, no illegal content was discernible on the linked pages. However, it is not reasonable to expect the media owner to permanently monitor the (future) design and content of the linked websites. However, such links will be removed immediately if legal violations become known. Links to websites operated by third parties do not constitute a recommendation by the media owner with regard to the services and information offered there.

4. COPYRIGHT AND TRADEMARKS

This website as well as all content made available on this website, in particular information, data, texts, images, graphics, trademarks and brands are protected by copyright or intellectual property rights and serve exclusively to inform the user. The user undertakes to refrain from any further exploitation of legally protected content of any kind whatsoever, in particular the reproduction, storage, sale or other processing without the prior express permission of the media owner and/or the holder of the respective rights.

5. INFORMATION AND COMMENTS

Any user of this website who voluntarily provides information to the media owner hereby declares that the media owner shall have unrestricted rights to this information and that it may be used in any form. In particular, the information provided by the user is not subject to the obligation of secrecy. This does not include personal data, the use of which is subject to the provisions of the Data Protection Act. Further information on the careful handling of personal data by the media owner can be found in the data protection declaration

6. SEVERABILITY CLAUSE, PLACE OF JURISDICTION AND CHOICE OF LAW

The invalidity, illegality or unenforceability of individual provisions of these terms of use shall not affect the validity of the remaining provisions. The provision that comes closest to the purpose pursued by the media owner through the invalid, illegal or unenforceable provision shall take its place.

All disputes arising from or in connection with the use of this website shall be governed exclusively by Austrian law, excluding the application of the norms of the UN Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods and the referral norms of international private law. The place of jurisdiction is generally agreed as the court responsible at the headquarters of the media owner, insofar as this is legally permissible.