Création Gross GmbH & Co. KG
Houbirgstrasse 7, D-91217 Hersbruck
Phone: +49 9151 736 0
Fax: +49 9151 736 185
Registered office: Hersbruck
Registry Court of Nuremberg HRA 6971
VAT ID no. DE 132 810 635 Represented by Gross GmbH,
Registered office: Hersbruck
Registry Court of Nuremberg HRB 1954
Managing Directors: Peter Gross, Ralph Böhm, Thomas Steinhart
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The company Création Gross GmbH & Co. KG, as owners of this website, does not assume any liability or guarantee for the correctness and completeness of the information given. The full contents of this website are subject to copyright and must not be used without prior written consent.
1. Contents of the online package
The author does not assume any liability concerning the topicality, correctness, completeness or quality of the information provided. Liability claims against the author regarding material or immaterial damage caused by the use of any information provided, including any kind of information which is incomplete or incorrect, will therefore be rejected, unless they can be proved to be due to intentional or grossly negligent action.
All offers are non-binding and given without obligation. The author explicitly reserves the right to delete individual web pages or the entire offer or to cease publication thereof either temporarily or permanently without separate advance notice.
2. References and links
In case of direct or indirect referrals to external websites (“Links”) for which the author is not responsible, a liability obligation would only take effect in case the author should be aware of the contents thereof and he/she should be able technically and reasonably to prevent utilization thereof in case of illegal contents.
The author hereby declares explicitly that no illegal contents were recognizable on the linked pages at the time when the links were placed. The author does not have any influence on the current and future design, contents or origin of the linked pages. Thus, he/she hereby distances himself/herself explicitly from all contents of all linked pages which have been changed after the links were placed This statement applies to all links and references placed within the author’s own internet offer, and to external entries in guest books, newsgroups, link lists, mailing lists set-up by the author. For illegal, erroneous, faulty or incomplete contents and especially for the damage resulting from the utilization or non-utilization of information provided in this way, the provider of the page to which reference was made shall be solely liable, not, however, the provider of the page which only refers to the publication in question via links.
3. Intellectual Property and Trademark Law
The author strives to observe in all publications the copyrights of the graphics, audio documents, video sequences and texts used, to utilize graphics, audio documents, video sequences and texts created by himself/herself or to resort to graphics, audio documents, video sequences and texts not subject to a license.
All trademarks and brands mentioned within the internet offer, which might be protected by third-party rights, are subject without restriction to the provisions of the applicable trademark law and the rights of ownership of their appropriate, registered owners. Designation alone does not entitle to the conclusion that trademarks are not protected by third-party rights. The copyright for published objects created by the author himself/herself remains exclusively with the author of the pages. Reproduction or utilization of such graphics, audio documents, video sequences or texts in any other electronic or printed publications is only admissible with the author’s express prior consent.
4. Legal effect of this disclaimer
This disclaimer shall be considered as part of the internet offer from which reference to this page was made. To the extent that parts or individual wording of this text do not, no longer or do not completely satisfy the requirements of the current legal situation, the other parts of the document are not affected thereby as regards their contents and their validity.
5. Data protection
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Personal data is only saved if you specify it at your own instigation, e.g. on a contact form, an on-line reservation, a registration, a survey, a raffle, an on-line application or for the performance of a contract. You are informed about the purpose of such data acquisition in the appropriate entry and contact forms.
Use of data
The personal data which you communicate to us via our website or via email (e.g. your name and address or your email address) are only used for correspondence with you and only for the purpose for which you have provided us with this data. The information collected on this website is transmitted to the unit concerned within our company. We assure you that we shall not communicate your personal data beyond this scope to third parties, unless we are obligated to do so by legislation or you have previously consented to our doing so. To the extent that we avail ourselves of service providers for the performance and handling of processing procedures, the contractual relationships shall be settled according to the stipulations of the German Federal Data Protection Act.
If you wish to receive the Newsletter offered on your website, we require your valid email address. Specification of the name is optional and only required for the correct form of salutation (is, however, not obligatory). After entering your email address on our website to register for our newsletter, you will receive an email containing an activation link. Only if you click on the activation link will your email address be enabled from the registration for receipt of the newsletter; this is called the “double opt-in” approach.
At the end of each newsletter sent, you find a link to deregister previously from the newsletter at any time. In this case, your entry is deleted automatically. You can revoke your consent to our saving your data, email address and utilization thereof for sending the newsletter.
Consent and revocation
Utilization of your email address, your phone and/or mobile phone number and your fax number for advertising purposes or for market or opinion research requires a separate consent. This consent can be given electronically on entering your data and revoked at any time for the future.
Personal data which have been communicated to us via our website are saved only until the purpose for which they have been entrusted to us is fulfilled. To the extent that retention periods under commercial and tax law must be complied with, the maximum storage time of certain data may amount to up to 10 years.
Should you no longer agree to storage of your personal data or if it has become inaccurate, we will cause deletion or blocking of your data following an appropriate instruction, or perform the required corrections (to the extent that this is possible under applicable law). On request, you w9ll be given free insight into all the personal data we have saved about you.
Please send your revocation or questions regarding data protection in our company and any requests for information directly to email@example.com.
The internet is generally considered as an unsafe medium. Compared to e.g. telephone communication, data transmission on the internet can be tapped, recorded or even changed by non-authorized third parties more easily.
Using the contact form / sending emails
If you want to send an email to one of the specified addresses or use the contact form, your data is normally transmitted unencrypted and can thus be compared to a postcard. Each “agency” between your email software and our server is theoretically able to read your data and, if necessary, even to change it. Thus, the safest way is to let us have your confidential and personal data by standard mail, for your security.
We ensure confidentiality and security of your personal data
- by using your personal data, to the extent that you communicate them to us via our website or in the scope of email communication, only to address your request or concern,
- by ensuring that our staff fulfil their confidentiality obligations and are bound to observe data privacy acc. to § 5 BDSG (German Federal Data Protection Act),
- by ensuring that our safety precautions satisfy the state of the art to a reasonable degree,
- have our systems checked for safety on a regular basis, so that we can afford permanent protection against damage, loss and access to data stored in our systems.