Terms of Use

Legal notices (Disclaimer)

Please note the important legal information on the content and availability of this website, copyright and external links.

 

Contents of this website

The contents of this website have been compiled with the greatest possible care, but are for general and non-binding information only. b-plus GmbH makes no warranty for the accuracy, completeness and timeliness of the content provided and reserves the right to make changes or discontinue the offer at any time. Please contact b-plus GmbH if you wish to receive binding information.

 

Availability of the website / Internet use

b-plus GmbH will endeavour to offer the service as uninterruptedly as possible. Even with all due care, however, downtimes cannot be excluded. We assume no liability for interruptions or other disturbances caused by files that have not been created without errors or formats that have not been structured without errors.

Use of the Internet is at the user's own risk. In particular, b-plus GmbH shall not be liable for any technical failure of the Internet or access to the Internet.

 

Copyright

All contents and structures of this website are protected by copyright and intellectual property rights on the part of b-plus GmbH or the respective owner. Publication on the World Wide Web or in other Internet services does not constitute a declaration of consent for any other use by third parties. Any use not permitted by German copyright law or contractually granted requires the prior written consent of b-plus GmbH. In particular, the aforementioned means that it is not permitted to download, duplicate and/or distribute the website in its entirety or individual parts thereof. On the other hand, technical duplication for the purpose of browsing is permitted, provided that this action does not serve any commercial purpose.

You may only use, reproduce or distribute the images, videos, data, documents and/or other information displayed on the b-plus GmbH website in unchanged form. However, you are not permitted to remove copyright designations of b-plus GmbH or the respective owners. If such a note does not exist, you must refer to b-plus GmbH or the respective owner. Furthermore, you are not granted any right to use registered or unregistered trademarks of their respective owners.

You may link on our website as long as these links serve as a mere cross-reference and it is made clear that these are contents of the website of b-plus GmbH. In addition, the website may not be associated with third-party content that contradicts the interests of b-plus GmbH. b-plus GmbH reserves the right to revoke the permission.

 

External Links

b-plus GmbH as content provider according to ยง 7 Section 1 German Telemedia Act (Telemediengesetz) is responsible for its "own content", which it makes available for use, according to the general laws. Cross-references ("links") to content provided by other providers are to be differentiated from this own content. By providing such links, b-plus GmbH makes "external content" available for use.

"Links" are always dynamic references. The b-plus GmbH has checked the external content for possible civil or criminal liability at the time of the first link and has not identified such liability. However, it cannot constantly check the content to which it refers on its website for changes which could give rise to a new responsibility and on which it also has no influence. If b-plus GmbH determines or is informed by others that a concrete offer to which it has provided a link triggers civil or criminal liability, it will remove the reference to this offer.

 

Miscellaneous

If you are a businessman, a legal entity under public law or a special fund under public law, the place of jurisdiction is the registered office of b-plus GmbH. German law applies exclusively.

b-plus GmbH reserves the right to modify these terms of use from time to time and to adapt them to technical and legal developments.

These terms where written in German and English language. In the event of contradictions, the German version shall prevail.