Information in accordance with section 5 et seqq. of the German Telemedia Act (Telemediengesetz – TMG) and section 55 (2) of the German Interstate Broadcasting Treaty (Rundfunkstaatsvertrag – RfStV):
CLOUD N°7 Apartments GmbH
Phone: +49 711 – 13 77 41 – 18 / +49 711 96 02 9 – 33
Authorised representative: Managing Director Philipp Deutsch
Registered office: Stuttgart
Registry court: Stuttgart District Court
Register number: HRB 747859
Legal form: Limited liability company (GmbH)
Sales tax identification number (section 27 VAT): DE 293955592
Responsible in accordance with section 55 (2) of the German Interstate Broadcasting Treaty: Philipp Deutsch, Lenzhalde 18, 70192 Stuttgart
Technical implementation: von heintschel web development
Information on our website
The information provided by us is non-binding and is continuously revised and updated. Please understand that we must reserve the right to change, supplement, delete or discontinue the publication of the information provided at any time without prior announcement unless we were obligated to maintain such by contract.
All rights reserved. Our website offers much information that is updated regularly. All the texts, photographs, graphics, films, etc. appearing on our website are subject to German copyright law and/or German competition law. Any usage, in particular duplication and dissemination in printed or electronic form, presentation and exhibition, making such publicly accessible or otherwise publicly sharing such, including the editing and usage of edited material or the licensing, leasing or other transfer of usage rights, is not permitted without permission from us in writing, unless it is allowed by law in exceptional cases.
Links to websites of third parties
Our offer contains links to external websites owned by third parties. We have no influence over the content of such websites. The respective provider or operator of these websites is responsible for the content of the linked websites. The linked pages were checked for any possible violations of the law at the time of linking. Illegal content was not identified at the time of the linking. Fundamentally, we do not claim the content of websites to which we have provided links as our own, but rather refer to additional information on the respective subject in a mannser similar to a footnote.
However, permanently checking the content of linked websites is not reasonable without specific indications of a breach of law. If a breach of law becomes known, we will remove such links immediately after checking the circumstance.
Should you notice a breach of law at one of the third-party websites we have linked to, we ask you to notify us.
We continuously update and revise the information on our website. Despite all due diligence, facts can change at short notice. A liability or guarantee for the constant updating, accuracy and completeness of the information provided cannot be given for this reason.
In accordance with section 7 (1) of the German Telemedia Act, we are responsible for our own content on our websites in accordance with general laws. In accordance with sections 8 to 10 of the German Telemedia Act, we are not obligated to research shared or saved third party information or research the circumstances that indicate an illegal activity. Such shall not affect the obligation to remove or block the usage of information in accordance with general laws. We shall only be liable for such external information if we have knowledge of illegal conduct or information and if, in cases of claims for damage compensation, we are aware of facts or circumstances that make the illegal acts or information obvious, unless we acted immediately after we obtained knowledge of such in order to remove the information or block access. If proven breaches of law become known to us, we shall remove such content immediately.
Should you become aware of information that is incorrect, outdated or incomplete from your point of view, we would appreciate if you notified us thereof.
Reference to the online settlement of disputes:
In accordance with Regulation (EU) No. 524/2013 on online dispute resolution for consumer disputes, you can use the platform created by the EU Commission, available at http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr/, as a contact for the out-of-court resolution of disputes resulting from online purchase agreements or service agreements in which a consumer is involved.