Limitation of Liability
Access to this website and its use are bound to the following terms and conditions. Persons visiting this website and accessing information agree to these terms and conditions without reservation.
This website is made available by the company Doetsch Grether AG, Basel as a service to the public respectively to visitors on the one hand, on the other hand it's a service to specialists, such as doctors, chemists and pharmacists. The information on this website is intended for the Swiss market only, respectively reserved for the residents of Switzerland.
This website serves information purposes only. It does not contain medical or pharmaceutical counselling and does not in any way replace medical or pharmaceutical examinations, consulting or treatment by specialists.
All information, documents and graphics published by Doetsch Grether in the World-Wide-Web have been collocated and verified in all conscience. Nonetheless Doetsch Grether assumes no liability (neither express nor implied) whatsoever in association with the use of this website. Particularly, no warrantee or guarantee is issued and no liability is assumed for any damage or loss whatsoever with regard to the integrity, the accuracy and timeliness of information and opinions published on this website. Doetsch Grether is not obligated to remove out of date information from the Doetsch Grether website or to mark it expressly.
Doetsch Grether assumes no responibility or liability for possible damage or virus-infection of the internet users EDP-System or other property caused by the use of this website or in connection with files downloaded from this website. Doetsch Grether explicitly points out that data tranfer is unencrypted and takes place in open networks, which lie at everybody's disposal.
This site contains links to Sites owned or operated by third parties. Such links are provided for your reference only. We do not control such sites and we are not responsible for their content. We assume no liability whatsoever in association with the use of content of these sites.
Doetsch Grether assumes no liability whatsoever for timely, undisturbed and uninterrupted access to the internet. Any kind of liability for personal injury, damage to property or pecuniary loss is excluded.
02. Terms and Conditions of Use
All content on this site is copyrighted material. The use of text and filecontent (for example pressreleases, data pools and presentations) from this website is permitted under the following conditions:
- Documents must remain unchanged.
- Use is for information purposes only and may not serve commercial purposes.
- The copyrightnotice and terms and conditions of use must appear on all copies.
- Propagation of a link to this site may only be in text form and must be marked in the following manner: www.doetschgrether.ch
Beyond this permission use is explicitly forbidden. Offence will be prosecuted. This permission of use does not contain the right to quote, imitate or copy designs, layouts or text. Use of content from this website beyond this limitation is only possible with explicit prior agreement from Doetsch Grether in written form.
03. Logging and Protection of Privacy
Access to this website may be logged, but Doetsch Grether does not record personal data. Access statistics, for example registration of IP-addresses, serve the only purpose of controlling the service capacity of this website in order to optimise it constantly. Doetsch Grether will not pass this data on to third parties.
The name Doetsch Grether and its graphic appearances are copyrighted. Doetsch Grether is registered in the Swiss commercial register as a company and is also a registered trademark.
05. Severability Clause
If any section, paragraph, sentence, clause, phrase or condition is declared to be void, or if for any reason is declared to be invalid or of no effect, the remaining sections, paragraphs, sentences, clauses, phrases, conditions or parts thereof shall be in no manner affected thereby, but shall remain in full force and effect. Any void or unenforcable provision shall be construed so as to give it the maximum effect permitted by law.
06. Applicable Law and Court of Jurisdiction
For these terms and conditions Swiss law shall be the exclusively applicable law.
Court of Jurisdiction is Basel, Switzerland
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