Terms and Conditions of Use
The contents of this website are created with the greatest possible care. However, devolo shall not be liable for the correctness, completeness or up-to-date status of the content provided. Any contributions from third parties reflect the opinion of the respective author. The provider shall endeavour to provide the service for retrieval without interruption to the greatest extent possible. However, despite all precautions, the possibility of downtimes cannot be excluded. The provider reserves the right to change or withdraw its service at any time.
The contents and works published on this website are protected by copyright. Any use that is not permitted by German copyright laws requires prior written approval by the author or copyright holder. This shall apply specifically to reproduction, translation, storage, processing or transmission of content in databases or other electronic media and systems. Third-party content and contributions are marked as such. Unauthorised reproduction or transmission of any content or complete pages is not permitted and is punishable by law. Links to devolo web sites are welcome at any time and do not require approval by devolo. Presentation of this web site in third-party frames is permitted with our approval only.
This website contains links to external websites ("external links"). These websites are subject to liability as assumed by their respective operators. Upon initial creation of an external link, the provider has verified the external content of that link to determine the presence of any legal infringements. At that time, no legal infringements were apparent. devolo has no influence on current or future design of external links, nor on the content of such linked websites. Continuous verification of such external links by devolo, without concrete evidence of infringements, is not feasible. Upon obtaining knowledge of the occurrence of legal infringement on such an external link, devolo will remove the link promptly.
If one of the clauses of this Agreement is deemed invalid, ineffective or unenforceable, in whole or in part, or loses its legal validity later, the validity of the other clauses shall not be affected. In such case, the invalid, ineffective or unenforceable provision shall be substituted by the valid, effective and enforceable provision which will best approximate the presumed economic intent and purpose on the part of the Parties to the contract of such invalid, ineffective or unenforceable provision. The foregoing provisions shall apply correspondingly in the event of gaps or omissions in the contract.