Company Data

Supplier within the meaning of Section 6 German Teleservices Act (German TDG) and Section 2 German Distance Selling Regulations (German 'Fernabsatzgesetz'):

 

Visiontec Multimedia Store e. K.
Linnéstr. 5
38106 Braunschweig
Germany

tel.: (+49) (0)531-2885988-0
fax: (+49) (0)531-2885988-100
e-mail: info@visiontec.tv
web: http://www.visiontec.tv

Managing Director: Christoph Hempelmann

Commercial Register No: HRA 200425, Local Court Braunschweig/Brunswick, Germany

International Tax ID No: DE-254270387

All brand marks and trademarks named or shown on this internet site, and the respective offers are subject without restriction to the legal provisions of the applicable trademark and ownership law of the respective registered owners.
The fact that a trademark has merely been named shall not imply that trademarks are not protected by the rights of a third party.

 

Legal information for competitors, cease and desist letters, patent agents and lawyers:

 

If you think there is a problem in terms of competition law, please contact us early either by phone, fax, e-mail or regular mail (contact data see above) in order to avoid unnecessary litigation and related costs. By doing so, you comply with your legal obligation to avert, minimise and mitigate loss. Any invoices, e.g. for a cease and desist letter from a lawyer without previous contact with VISIONTEC will be rejected as unreasonable in the sense of duty for damage mitigation. If you still consider it necessary to address us regarding legal issues, please send your correspondence directly to our law office:

rieke.rogaß.zott.
rechtsanwälte.
Jasperallee 29

38102 Braunschweig/Brunswick, Germany

 

Copyright (copyrights and usage rights):

 

The copyright for product images, product descriptions and other images and text is held by VISIONTEC. Any reproduction of information, data content or graphics (whether in part or as a whole) as well as any imitation of the design requires the prior express approval of the author or proprietor and will be prosecuted. The usage, reproduction, imitation, or plagiarization of a design work (whether in part or as a whole) is an illegal copyright violation, which may entail further rights for the beneficiaries (authors, holders of rights granted) such as the right to be informed, claims for injunctive relief, or claims for damages. The right to an injunctive relief can be enforced against anyone who is involved in a copyright infringement, even if the copyright infringer is not aware that he violated a third party's copyrights, or even acting in good faith. A copyright violation is in any case subject to criminal prosecution.

 

Disclaimer:

 

VISIONTEC does not assume any liability or responsibility for any contents linked or referred to despite of the fact that we carefully select and check the contents of the publications on this site.
The content of external websites is the exclusive responsibility of the operators of such sites.

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