Registered Office of the Service Provider and Publisher
Iking & Partner Übersetzer
Registered seat: Mainz (Germany)
Registrar: Amtsgericht Koblenz
Partnership register no: PR 20349
Value-added tax (VAT) identification number: DE322743520
Legal Form and Representation
Iking & Partner Übersetzer is a partnership registered in Germany. It is represented by each of its partners individually.
Iking & Partner Translators have carefully checked all content on their Web-site and will do their best to keep that content up-to-date, accurate, and complete. However, we cannot accept responsibility or liability for this content to be up-to-date and free of errors, inaccuracies or omissions. Furthermore, we shall not be responsible or liable for any loss or damage resulting from the use of our Web-site and any information presented on it or for any loss or damage arising from downloading content. The provided information is subject to change without notice and may be modified or deleted at any time. We are not responsible for any problems or temporary interruptions in accessing our Web-site and the services related to it.
The links to third-party Web-sites you can find on our own Web-site have been created very carefully. However, we cannot accept responsibility or liability for the content of any of those Web-sites to be complete and accurate. The responsibility for the content of any linked third-party Web-sites lies only with their providers or publishers. Furthermore, Iking & Partner Translators dissociate themselves from all content which may be immoral or contrary to public policy or which may lead to criminal or civil liability.
The texts and illustrations published on our Web-site are protected under copyright law. You must not use any part of the content on our pages for any other than personal purposes, especially not for commercial purposes, without obtaining a licence to do so from Iking & Partner Translators or from the disclosed copyright proprietors respectively.
Consumer Dispute Resolution
Iking & Partner Translators are neither obliged nor prepared to submit to alternative dispute resolution (ADR) procedures operated by ADR entities to resolve disputes with consumers, especially not to ADR procedures operated by ADR entities according to the UK Alternative Dispute Resolution for Consumer Disputes (Competent Authorities and Information) Regulations 2015 or to the Irish European Union (Alternative Dispute Resolution for Consumer Disputes) Regulations 2015. For on-line dispute resolution for consumer disputes see the European On-line Dispute Resolution Platform.