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By accessing and browsing through this website you indicate your full acceptance of the conditions of use of the website without reservation.

Please note that these conditions of use of the website may change at any time when this page is updated. Whenever you visit our site, please look at this page first, so that you are informed of the current conditions of use of the website.

BODE Chemie GmbH hereby draws attention to the fact that any infringement of the conditions of use of the website, or any violation of protection rights, may have legal consequences under the German civil and/or penal codes.»«

1. Legal Protection
The current contents of the Internet presence of BODE Chemie GmbH are protected under copyright law. All rights reserved.Any utilisation of the texts, pictures, diagrams, drawings, and/or audio or video files, either in full or in part, without consent in writing from BODE Chemie GmbH constitutes an infringement of the laws of copyright and is therefore a punishable offence. This applies in particular to multiple copying, translation or utilisation in electronic systems. The contents include registered trademarks, trade names and common names. Even where these are not indicated as such, the corresponding protection still applies.

2. Exclusion of Liability
The recommendations of our products are based on scientific tests and are accurate to the best of our knowledge. Additional recommendations, e.g. relating to material compatibility, are only possible in isolated cases. Our recommendations are not binding and do not constitute any form of guarantee. They do not obviate the need for the user to test whether the product is suitable for the procedures and purposes envisaged. In this respect BODE Chemie GmbH cannot accept any liability. Our liability is defined in our general terms of sale and delivery.

The information on our website has been put together with the greatest care. However, we cannot guarantee either its completeness or its accuracy. BODE Chemie GmbH accepts no liability for errors in the contents of its website(s).

This website is intended to provide general information. It cannot replace medical or other expert advice. BODE Chemie GmbH accepts no liability for any actions undertaken based upon this website.

User's visiting and using the website and downloading data do so entirely at the risk. BODE Chemie GmbH accepts no liability for any injury or damage resulting from such actions, in particular damage to data or to the hardware or software of the user.

Any messages or other material sent via e-mail or in any other form to the website will not be treated as confidential by BODE Chemie GmbH. By sending such material the sender relinquishes all rights to it, including rights concerning copying, publicising, transfer, publishing, reproduction, availability and re-use, to BODE Chemie GmbH or its subsidiaries.

3. Important note concerning all links
The decision of the Hamburg Landgericht (District Court) on 12 May 1998 (312 O 85/98 - "Haftung für Links" [Liability for Links]) has the consequence that when one installs a hyperlink, one automatically has responsibility for the contents of the linked web page. According to the Landgericht this can only be prevented by expressly distancing oneself from such contents. BODE Chemie GmbH hereby distances itself expressly from all contents of all web pages linked to its website and takes no responsibility for them. This declaration applies to all hyperlinks on the website of BODE Chemie GmbH .

4. Use of data
By using the website the user agrees that his data and user behaviour may be stored and evaluated. BODE Chemie GmbH may use this information for any appropriate purpose, including, but not limited to, the creation of private websites or for marketing purposes.

The stipulations of the German Bundesdatenschutzgesetz (Data Protection Law) and of the Teledienst-Datenschutzgesetz (Teleservices Data Protection Law), and the rights of the user arising from rights to protection of intellectual or commercial property, remain unaffected.

5. Additional Stipulations
The place of jurisdiction is Hamburg.

The law of the Federal Republic of Germany applies.

Should one of the stipulations in these conditions be or become invalid, all other stipulations shall remain in force. The invalid stipulation shall be replaced by a permissible one which comes as close as possible to the interests of the parties.