1. The provider is fully liable for damages to the life, body or health, should he maliciously conceal defects or guaranteed the intactness of the object of purchase, act under intent or with negligence, in case of damages falling under the Product Liability Act or as statutory.
  2. Should fundamental and essential obligations be affected then in case of slight negligence the accountability of the provider is limited to predictable damages typical for the contract.
  3. In the case that unessential obligations are affected, the accountability in case of a breach of duty due to mildly negligent behaviour is excluded.
  4. At the current state of the art faultless data communication at all times is impossible. The provider does guarantee neither permanent nor uninterrupted access to the technical appliances and the thus provided services.