Legal Advice

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CONDITIONS OF USE

In compliance with the Law of the “Law of Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce”,

GP SA confirms that it is the owner of the website www.gpbrokers.ch

TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF USE

The navigation, access and use of the GP SA website belongs to GP SA, and by using the site you agree to these terms of use. The user is responsible for the correct use of this website. This responsibility is also applicable with regards to the genuineness and reliability of the information that the user provides through the website and that the user refrains from misuse of the website and respects the law governing web privacy.

LINKS POLICY AND EXEMPTIONS FROM RESPONSIBILTY

GP SA does not accept responsibility for the content of websites that can be accessed via established links on its website and declares that under no circumstances will it investigate or take action over the content of material found on other sites on the internet. Also, it can’t guarantee the technical access, validity, authenticity or the legality of websites alien to its own, which can be accessed through links.

MODIFICATIONS

GP SA reserves the right to carry out modifications on its website.

DATA PROTECTION

GP SA informs its users that any personal information collected by the business through the website belong to GP SA.

COPYRIGHT

The copyright and patent rights of the texts, images and all website content belong entirely to GP SA. All this material will be protected as copyrighted by the Switzerland legal system. This also applies to International agreements related to material and subscriptions in Switzerland. All rights reserved. In compliance with the copyright law the reproduction, distribution, public communication and use of all or part of the website without the consent of GP SA.

LEGAL ACTION, APPLICABLE LEGISLATION AND JURISDICTION

GP SA reserves the right to take legal action if they consider that users are abusing the system and the use of the web content inappropriate. The relationship between the user and the webhost is governed by the current rules applied in Switzerland territory. In the case of any controversy, the parties involved can solve the conflict by arbitration or consulting the normal jurisdiction complying with the respective legal rules.