General tips and copyright
All texts and graphics as well as the entire layout o this web-site are covered under copy right. The association of the flock industry Europe (reg.) reserves the rights, especially the photo-mechanical reproduction, the copying and the distribution by different processes (i.e. data-carrier, data processing, data nets), as a whole or as part of. The placing of hyperlinks on this web site (www.faoe.eu) will be allowed, despite the a.m. restrictions. The incorporation of this web-site – either as a whole or partially – i.e. by referring of individual pages within frames which do not make recognisable the individuality of our pages, is not allowed without the previous permission of the association.
Rights of third parties
Should on this home page texts or graphics have been used which fall under any copy right or which injure the rights of third parties, despite conscientious checking, has this been done without any intention. Please inform us if you have found any resp. contents. The mentioning of companies and of trade marks has been done without checking any probable rights. Because of a missing advise regarding a trade mark or copy right one cannot draw the conclusion that those names and/or trade marks might be free from the rights of third parties.
We do not take over responsibility whether or not any remarks in our internet pages, especially the naming of companies and institutions are correct. The same is true for sentence mistakes in all pages of our sites. The internet operates as a decentralised net work association with the intermediate storing and distribution of temporary data. A guarantee for the exclusion of manipulation, of the mistakenly falsification and of any guarantee for the use of only the most actual data (i.e. the old version is still in the cache) on the connecting path from the web-site to the user is therefore at this time not possible. We therefore draw the attention to the system-related limitations as follows: You’ll receive those data under the conditions of the internet. For the truth of the figures and the confirmation with the data source cannot be taken over any guarantee.
Exclusion of any responsibility
The State Court of Hamburg, Germany, with its verdict of 12th of May, 1998, decided that when applying a link to other pages, said contents have to be the responsibility of the makers as well. It further degreed that this can only be avoided by explicitly distancing themselves from the contents of said pages and explicitly declare that one does not have any influence on the contents of said pages. We therefore explicitly distance ourselves from any pages we have made a link to and declare that the contents of said pages are not our own and are not controlled by us. Such declaration is true for all links appearing on our pages and are also true for the contents of all those pages, said links are leading to.
We’d like to mention that in case, contrary to expectations, those pages to which our links are leading have contents which common law or to offend common decency we ask you to let us know this in order for us to take appropriate steps.
As per § 5, sect. 1 TDG, we are exclusively responsible only for our own contents. For links to foreign contents of third parties we can be made responsible as per § 5, sect. 2 TDG, only should we have had positive knowledge of any unlawful or punishable content and it is technically possible and reasonably expected to prevent the use of it. We are also not obliged the in regularly intervals check the contents of pages of third parties of its unlawful content or punishable state. However, as soon as we learn about the unlawful content of any web-site from a third party, we shall remove said link from our web-site at once. Furthermore, we’d like to explicitly mention that we do not have any influence on the contents of any web-site linked to us. We therefore explicitly distance ourselves from the contents of all linked pages on the entire web-site incl. of all sub-pages. This declaration is valid for all links and flags at our homepage and leading to any page. Should contents of said pages happen to be contrary to common law or to the trade law, those links and flags will be immediately removed once we get to know of it.
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