Liability of content
The content of our pages has been meticulously created and will be continuously updated. We do not hold ourselves accountable for the accuracy, integrity and timeliness of the content. IMFUNDO rejects the responsibility for any information that can be accessed from or via the website. We reserve the right, without prior notification, to amend, delete or temporarily not to publish any of the content in our homepage.
Liability for links
Our pages contain links to third party websites that lie outside the area of the responsibility of IMFUNDO. The respective provider or operator of these pages linked to our homepage is solely liable for the contents of these pages. IMFUNDO rejects all responsibility for such websites. However, the linked sites were checked at the time of linking for any possible legal violations. No illegal content was detected at the time of linking. If we receive any notification of any non-compliance, we will immediately remove the links in question.
The content on these pages of our website created by the site operator are subject to Swiss copyright law. Duplication, processing, or the distribution of any kind of exploitation outside the limited copyright requires the written consent of IMFUNDO. However, quotations are permitted even without the prior written consent of IMFUNDO. Downloads and copies of these pages without consent of the source are only permitted for private use. To have a link on the IMFUNDO website for commercial use, we demand that any interested parties obtain prior permission. Then, so long as the content has not been created by the website operator, the copyrights of third parties is applicable. Should any third-party copyrights be violated, we kindly ask you to notify IMFUNDO immediately. Upon notification of such violations, we will remove such content as soon as is feasible.
IMFUNDO confirms that any personal data provided for the site – e.g. names, addresses or e-mail address were added to our website on a voluntary basis. This data will not be passed onto other parties without the consent of those persons involved. We would like to point out that data transmission over the internet – e.g. when communicating by e-mail – can have security gaps. A complete protection of data against access by third parties is not possible. The use of published contact data by third parties for consigning to unsolicited advertisements and information material within the framework of the imprint obligation is hereby dissented. IMFUNDO explicitly reserves the right to take legal action in cases of the unsolicited sending of advertising information via spam e-mails or other unauthorized use of personal and contact information.