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Terms of Use

1.General remarks

 These Terms of Use relate to the use of the website www.cep-research.comif and to the extent that registration is not a prior requirement to use the Internet portal accessed at this URL. Use of the website in a manner that does not presuppose registration establishes no contractual relationship between the User and CEP-Research GmbH (hereinafter "Provider").

 

2.Website contents

 Provider strives to place correct, complete and up-to-date information at the disposal of Users. However, Provider accepts no liability and offers no warranty that the information available on the website is correct, complete or up-to-date. Provider cannot be held liable for any losses whatsoever resulting from use of the website or the information supplied thereon, nor from the use of inaccurate, incomplete or outdated information.

 

3.Hyperlinks

 Direct or indirect cross-references (Hyperlinks) offer the User a chance to move on to other websites which are neither managed by the Provider nor within his sphere of responsibility. Provider disclaims contents and information contained therein. Provider expressly declares that when the hyperlink was created, the linked pages contained no recognizably illegal information or contents. However, Provider has no influence on any future changes made to the contents and information on such hyperlinked pages. Provider thus assumes no liability for the contents of such third-party websites or the services offered by third parties on such sites.

 

4.Industrial property rights / Copyright

 The layout of the website, the graphics and content used are protected by copyright. It is forbidden to duplicate or use such graphics and content in other electronic or printed publications except for private purposes in accordance with the intended use unless Provider has given express permission.

 

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