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**** Hotel Garni Valülla

Familie Zangerl
Eggerweg 19
6561 Ischgl | Tirol

P: +43 (0) 5444 5254
F: +43 (0) 5444 5254 4
M: info@valuella.at
I: www.valuella.at

E-commerce law information

Company name: Hotel Garni Valülla
Headquarters: Ischgl
VAT: ATU 49738903
Commercial register court: Landesgericht Innsbruck
Legal form: individual enterprise
Authority acc. to ECG: Bezirkshauptmannschaft Landeck
Occupational group: hotel and restaurant industry
Chamber affiliation: Member of teh tyrolean Chamber of Commerce

 

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Website design & development

Werbeagentur Praxmarer
Gewerbegebiet 7
6493 Mils/Imst

Telefon: +43 (0)5418 20077
Mail: info@praxmarer.net
Website: www.praxmarer.net


 

LEGAL NOTICE


LIABILITY FOR CONTENT
The content of our site was created with the utmost care. The author gives no guarantee whatsoever for the information provided being up-to-date, correct, complete, or for its quality. Liability claims referring to damage of any nature due to using or not using the information provided shall be excluded, in principle. Any liability in this respect shall be, however, only possible from the time at which a definite violation of law is discovered. The content affected by a violation of law shall be removed immediately after this becomes known.

LIABILITY FOR LINKS
Despite careful content checking we shall accept no liability for the content of external links. The operators of the external sites shall be exclusively responsible for their own content.

COPYRIGHT
All content on these sites shall be subject to copyright. Use of the content or any part thereof shall not be permissible, but shall require the service provider’s consent. The same shall apply for copyrights belonging to third parties. In the event of violations, the service provider reserves the right to file a complaint. Should copyright violations occur in spite of all precautionary measures, we ask to be notified. In the event that a legal violation has been officially determined, we shall remove the corresponding content immediately.

INFORMATION ON ONLINE DISPUTE RESOLUTION IN ACCORDANCE WITH ART. 14 (1) ODR Regulation:
The EU Commission provides the opportunity for online dispute resolution on its platform (the ‘ODR Platform’). The ODR Platform can serve as a contact point for settling disputes arising from online sales agreements or service provider agreements out of court. This platform is available via the external link ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr. 

SOCIAL MEDIA
In case of using social media platforms, the content shall be part of the services already made available by this company. You can find information on the terms and conditions of use and data protection provisions for social media platforms, such as for example, Facebook, YouTube, Google+ and Twitter, on their websites in the relevant sections of the terms and conditions.

JUDICIARY
No warning without prior contact! Should any content or the technical design of individual pages or parts of this website violate the rights of third parties or statutory provisions or in any way create problems regarding competition rights, we request to be notified appropriately, comprehensively and quickly without an invoice with reference to Section 8 (4) Gesetz gegen den unlauteren Wettbewerb [German Act Against Unfair Competition] (UWG). We guarantee that the right to disputed passages or parts of this website shall be removed within a reasonable timeframe or be fully adapted to the legal provisions without it being necessary for you to engage legal assistance. Engaging a lawyer to issue a caution, the costs for which the service provider is liable, shall not comply with its real or assumed will and would therefore be a violation of the UWG due to the pursuit of irrelevant objectives being the prevailing motive of initiating proceedings, in particular the objective of acquiring legal costs as the main reason, as well as representing a violation of the duty to minimise damages.


Updated 2018