Bremen, HRB 22 35 2
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Managing directors: Norbert Mikulla, Ian Petri
Responsible for the contents of this website:
Site coordination and editing:
Diersch & Schröder GmbH & Co. KG
Management of contents: Marketing/Communications department
Realisation and CMS adaptation: artundweise GmbH
Photo credits: Diersch & Schröder GmbH & Co. KG, iStockphoto LP, stock.adobe.com/fotolia.com
Scope of validity
The Web site www.ds-mineraloel.de is an Internet-based service of DS-Mineralöl GmbH, Cuxhavener Strasse 42/44, 28217 Bremen, Germany – referred to in the following as “DS”. The following Terms of Service govern access to and use of the contents of this Web site. They also apply for Web sites of companies connected with DS accessed via links. By accessing this Web site the user accepts these Terms of Service. DS is authorised to change the contents of these Terms of Service at any time, without prior notice. By continuing to use www.ds-.de, the user declares his or her agreement with the changes.
Use of contents
With the exception of specifically designated services made available to a closed user group (extranet), the contents posted on the Web site are open to anybody and may be used for personal reasons only. DS reserves the right to terminate, expand or limit the contents of www.ds-mineraloel.de at any time. In the case of users registered for special services on extranet, the contractually agreed upon provisions for this service apply.
1. Use of this Web site is at the users own risk. Prices listed are as accurate as possible, but are not guaranteed. DS accepts no responsibility for ensuring that this Web site is always available. In particular, DS accepts no responsibility for the suitability of the contents for any particular purpose, for their accuracy and completeness, for their freedom from viruses or for their error-free transfer.
2. DS accepts no responsibility for contents and services ordered or offered via a link by third parties not belonging to the group. In such cases, DS merely provides access. To the extent that a user carries on legal business with third parties concerning, for example, the sale of goods or the provision of services, DS is not a party to such business. Neither rights nor duties for DS derive from such business.
3. DS advises that it does not claim ownership of microsites, banners or other advertising spaces, and accepts no responsibility for these when their contents do not originate with DS.
Exclusion of liability
DS is responsible for damages, whatever their cause, only in the case of malicious intention or gross negligence of its employees or other vicarious agents. This also applies in the case of violations of obligations arising prior to or in connection with a contract. Responsibility for simple negligence is also rejected, to the extent that this does not involve significant contractual obligations. Claims for compensation are limited to typical foreseeable loss. In cases where services of third parties not belonging to the Group are made use of, DS is not responsible for their qualitative or quantitative availability. The information on this Web site was compiled with due care. The purpose of the information is to inform visitors, not immediate application in, for instance, commercial or technical practice. In this situation, you should always consult us about the particular case. We accept liability only for malicious intent and gross negligence. Since we cannot influence or control the contents of Web sites to which links are connected, we accept no responsibility for their contents.
Rights to contents
All rights (e.g. copyrights, intellectual property or brand rights) for the contents of this Web site remain with DS or its licensers. It is strictly forbidden to use information or trademarks from this Web site, or to reproduce, alter, re-distribute, publish, or download them, unless this is explicitly authorised in the Terms of Service. Registration from the extranet does not confer on the user any rights or licenses to the contents, with the exception of the restricted right to use the services and contents according to the terms of the Terms of Service or contractual agreements.
The laws of the Federal Republic of Germany shall apply exclusively. The place of fulfilment shall be Bremen. Bremen shall be the sole place of jurisdiction responsible for all claims in connection with these provisions.
In the event that specific provisions of these Terms of Service should be or become invalid, this shall not affect the validity of the remaining terms and conditions thereof. An invalid condition shall be replaced by a condition which most closely approximates the ineffective condition. The same shall apply in the event the terms and conditions are incomplete.