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1. The content of the website

We do not accept any guarantee for the current nature, correctness, completeness, quality or availability of the information provided at any time or the lack of other malfunctions.

Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 675, Paragraph 2 of Bürgerliches Gesetzbuch (German Civil Code), the following limitation of liability shall extend to the information provided: The Free State of Saxony and its officials shall not be liable for damage caused by the utilisation or non-utilisation of the information offered in websites. Said exclusion of liability shall not apply to the extent that the provisions of Section 839 of Bürgerliches Gesetzbuch (German Civil Code) are relevant (i.e., liability if official duties are violated). There shall not be an liability for any damage caused by computer viruses when calling up or downloading data or when installing or using software.

The editor shall reserve himself the right to change, supplement or delete parts of the website or the entire website or to temporarily or finally cease publication without special announcement.

No legal consultation shall be given in this website and this shall be left up to the professions of legal consultation. It cannot be guaranteed that the version of a document that can be called up on-line is precisely identical to the official text of the publishing bodies.

2. Links and References (Disclaimer)

This website also contains correspondingly labelled links or references to websites of third parties as information. These cross-references only convey access to utilisation of said content. However, the supplier providing said content shall be solely responsible for said external content. The editor herewith explicitly distances himself from all content of all linked websites.

The supplier of the website referred to shall be solely liable for illegal, erroneous or incomplete content and in particular for damage arising from the utilisation or non-utilisation of the information of third parties, not the party who only refers to the publication via links.

3. Copyright and Labelling Law

In the absence of other statements, all websites on this information server shall be governed by copyright. This shall particularly extend to texts, pictures, graphs or sound/video/animation files including their arrangement on the websites. It shall only be permitted to reproduce or use said websites (or parts thereof) in other electronic or printed publications or make them public (even in internet) with prior permission.

Reprinting and evaluating press releases and speeches shall only be permitted if sources are stated. The editorial staff can issue permission to publish websites. Furthermore, texts, pictures, graphs or miscellaneous files may be governed in whole or in part by copyright.

All brand name and trademarks specified in the websites that may be protected by third parties are governed to an unlimited extent by the provisions of the applicable labelling law and protection rights of the registered owners. The conclusion cannot be drawn that trademarks are not protected by the rights of third parties solely based on the fact that they are mentioned in our websites.

4. Data Protection (Recording)

The following data will be stored every time the content of this website is accessed on the proxy server of the Information Highway of the State Administration (IHL):

  • the name of the file requested,
  • the date and time of the request,
  • the data quantity transmitted,
  • any fault status, and 
  • the IP address of the computer making the request.

The data stored is only needed for technical or statistical purposes and they are not matched with other data stocks or passed onto third parties, not even in excerpts.

If the website has the tools for keying in personal or business data (such as email addresses, names or addresses), this data is surrendered by the user strictly on a voluntary basis. Your data will also be treated confidentially here and not passed onto third parties. No other techniques are used that make it possible draw conclusions on the user’s access behaviour.

5. Notification for Sending by Email

The electronic communication path with the email address(es) given here is only used for sending messages that do not require any particular form. This is the reason why it cannot be used to send written pleadings, notifications or other communications on proceedings in legal matters that are pending or will be made pending since the identity of the sender is not reliably established.


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Matthias Löwig