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Litterer Korrosionsschutz GmbH
Saarburger Ring 10-12
D - 68229 Mannheim
Germany

Tel.: 0621 / 419 96-0
Fax: 0621 / 419 96-66
Email: info@litterer.de

Directors: Bernd Schneider
Registry court: Mannheim District Court
Register number: HRB 1712
Turnover-tax identification number in accordance with § 27 a Turnover Tax Law:
DE 811316 270
Responsible for the contents in accordance with § 10 Section 3 MDStV: Bernd Schneider

Contents offered online
This website is subject to the following terms of utilization which are deemed to have been bindingly agreed to between the user and Litterer Korrosionsschutz GmbH (referred to as Litterer in what follows) as soon as this website is opened.
Litterer takes no responsibility whatsoever for the up-to-dateness, correctness, completeness or quality of the information provided. Claims for liability made against Litterer on the basis of material or conceptual damage arising from the utilization or non-utilization of the information offered or from the utilization of erroneous and/or incomplete information are basically excluded insofar as Litterer shall not be shown to be demonstrably and deliberately negligent.
All offers are subject to alterations and are non-binding. Litterer expressly reserves the right to change, to supplement, to delete or either temporarily or permanently cease publication of portions of these pages or of the entire offer without previous notification. Litterer expressly declares that it has adhered to the data protection regulations.
By providing this information, Litterer does not enter into any contractual obligation concerning information, advice or any other activity on the part of Litterer.

Cross-references and links
In the case of direct or indirect links to third-party websites (“hyperlinks”) lying outside Litterer’s sphere of responsibility, an obligation for liability would exclusively come into force in cases where Litterer had knowledge of the contents and where it would be technically possible as well as reasonable to prevent the utilization of illegal contents.
Cross-references and links to third-party websites do not imply that Litterer embraces the contents revealed by such cross-references or links. Litterer herewith expressly declares that at the time these links were set up, no illegal contents were recognizable on the pages to which the links led. Litterer has no influence on the present and future design or contents and/or authorship of the pages to which the links or cross-references lead. Litterer thus herewith expressly distances itself from all contents of all linked pages that may have been altered after the link was set up. The responsibility for illegal, erroneous or incomplete contents and particularly for damage arising from the utilization or non-utilization of information offered in this way lies with the person offering products or services on the page to which reference is made and not with the person who merely draws attention to the publication in question via links.
Permission is given to establish a link to this page insofar as it serves as a cross-reference alone. Litterer reserves the right to withdraw such permission at any time.

Copyright and brand rights
In all its publications, Litterer does its best to observe the copyrights of the graphics, sound documents, video sequences and texts used, or makes use of graphics, sound documents, video sequences and texts that it has produced itself or that are in the public domain.
This website contains all kinds of data and information protected by brand rights and/or copyright in favour of Litterer and, in individual cases, also in favour of third parties. It is thus not permitted to download, copy and distribute this website in whole or part. Nor is the framing of this website permitted.

Legal effectiveness of this exclusion of liability
Litterer reserves the right to modify these conditions of use from time to time and to adapt them to technical and legal developments. Should individual regulations within these conditions of use become ineffective, the effectiveness of the remainder shall not be affected. The regulation no longer effective shall be replaced by a regulation that comes closest to the intended economic and legal meaning and purpose of the ineffective regulation. Corresponding measures shall apply in the case of an omission in these conditions of use.