Managing Director: Matthias Herkert
Commercial Register: Local Court of Freiburg | HRB 380940
VAT ID: DE142313344
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The EU Commission has set up an Internet platform (“OS Platform”) to resolve disputes between companies and consumers online. The OS platform can be found at https://ec.europa.eu/odr/.
However, we declare to be neither willing nor obligated to participate in dispute settlement proceedings.Should you therefore not be satisfied with one of our services, please do not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com.
Legal Remarks Concerning the Ifolor GmbH Website
Website use for the purpose of obtaining information about the products and services offered by Ifolor GmbH shall be governed by the terms and conditions described below. By accessing and using the website, the Terms and Conditions of Use as amended shall be considered to be accepted. If you do not agree to them, please refrain from accessing and using the Website.
Trademarks, Copyrights and Industrial Property Rights
All trademarks (word and figurative marks) indicated on this website are protected. Any product and company names may be registered trademarks or brands.
Any related rights to which Ifolor GmbH and Ifolor AG (hereinafter jointly referred to as “Ifolor”) and, to the extent expressly indicated or clearly visible, those of third parties must be complied with. By providing this website and the contents included therein, Ifolor does not grant website users any rights, in particular no rights to the company name and their industrial property rights, such as, including, without limitation, patents, utility models or brands, and Ifolor is in no case obliged to grant any of this.
Unless expressly otherwise agreed upon, contents, trademarks and other items subject to industrial property rights on this website may not be modified, copied, duplicated, sold, rented, used, supplemented or exploited in any other manner without previously having obtained a written authorisation on the part of Ifolor. Unauthorised use of any trademarks or other industrial property rights is expressly prohibited and shall represent a violation of copyrights, trademark rights or other industrial property rights.
Ifolor GmbH shall have the exclusive copyrights and/or the related usage and exploitation rights in the website layout and the graphical design and in any information, documents and presentations published on the website. Website users shall be prohibited from commercially using/exploiting this/these information, documents and presentations. In addition, website users shall be prohibited from making any changes to the contents or the website design. In the absence of an express approval by Ifolor, the contents on the website are provided to the user only for information purposes.
Ifolor GmbH hereby excludes any liability with regard to the contents of third-party website which can be accessed by clicking on links on the Website and they expressly distance themselves from the contents on any linked third-party websites.
Information on this Website and included in documents available for downloading may contain general descriptions of technical possibilities of individual products which, in individual cases (such as due to product modifications) do not necessarily correspond to the current version of the product. In individual cases, only the features agreed upon at the time of contract conclusion and our General Terms and Conditions shall be applicable.
We refer to the below obligations only in a declaratory manner; this list is not conclusive: When using the Website, users must not cause damage to any individuals, violate their personal rights, their industrial property rights or their copyrights or interfere with any other ownership rights to which they are entitled. The transmission of contents including viruses, so-called “Trojans” or any other program codes which may cause damage to software programs shall be prohibited as shall be the dissemination of advertisements, undesired emails (“spam”) or any incorrect warnings about viruses, malfunctions and similar matters. The users’ behaviour may not be contrary to good morals.