General Terms and Conditions of the

Graf von Hessen-Homburg

1. General

The following general terms and conditions (GTC) are part of all contracts (in written and electronic form)

2. Offer

The Consulting Consiliator attaches particular importance to a trusting relationship with its customers and partners. Consultations in advance, in which your requirements and wishes are discussed, are of course free of charge and completely non-binding. The offers of the are non-binding and subject to change until the customer accepts them in writing. All prices are net plus statutory VAT.

3. Placing an order

The order is placed in writing or by email and is in writing by confirmed. When booking an advertising space, it is assumed that the client advertises for his own company. A booked advertising space is not transferable to third parties.

4. Payment arrangements

By invoice: Payment is due 7 days after invoicing. Direct debit: Direct debits that cannot be redeemed from the client’s account will be re-invoiced plus a processing fee of 15 euros.

5. Warranty, liability and usage rights

The copyright for published objects created by the  (Internet pages, scripts, programs, graphics) remains solely with the The provider grants the customer the exclusive right, unlimited in terms of time and space, to use the services of the (website, concept, graphics, etc.) agreed in the contract. The granting of rights of use only becomes effective (Section 158 (1) BGB) when the client has paid the agreed remuneration owed in accordance with the contract to the

The consulting consultant can insist on publishing appropriate information on the websites, concepts, graphics etc. created on the creation of the In this case, the customer is only entitled to remove this information after the written consent of

The customer is only entitled to use individual design elements of the website or the complete version of the contractual guaranteed service (website, concept, graphics, etc.) in another form, especially in printed form, only after prior and with the consent of the

6. Delivery time

Delivery dates require a written agreement. The delivery time is interrupted for the duration of the review of requirements, drafts and proposals by the client. The interruption is counted from the day of notification to the client until the day on which his opinion is received. If the client requests changes to the order after the order has been placed that affects the production time, the delivery time will be extended accordingly and will be fixed in writing.

Delay in delivery arises only after setting a reasonable grace period of at least two weeks. It is expressly pointed out that all interruptions must be recorded and countersigned by both parties.

After completion of the service (website, concept, graphics, etc.), the is obliged to provide the customer with the contractually agreed service (website, concept, graphics, etc.) on a suitable data carrier committed to the service, provided the service meets the contractual requirements.

During the completion phase is entitled to provide the customer with individual components of the service for partial acceptance. The customer is obliged to accept parts, provided that the relevant components of the service meet the contractual requirements.

7. Data security

The client releases the from all claims by third parties with regard to the data provided. As far as data is transmitted to the in whatever form – the customer makes backup copies.

8. Notice of liability

Despite careful control of the content, the assumes no liability for the content of external links on the website. The operators of the linked pages are solely responsible for their content.

9. Effectiveness

Should one or more agreements be or become legally ineffective, all other agreements remain unaffected. The ineffective regulation is to be replaced by an effective one that comes as close as possible to the purpose of the ineffective wording. The same applies to any gaps in this contract or these terms and conditions.

10. Termination

The contract can only be terminated for an important reason, Section 314 (1) BGB in text form Section 126b BGB. The is entitled to terminate the contract, in particular if the customer violates his obligations sustainably or intentionally or if the customer does not provide the remuneration despite a reminder and written statement.

11. Final provision

The place of jurisdiction is Leinfelden-Echterdingen. The German law applies.