Disclaimers may cover several pages of a contract. Even a simple sentence, such as “the Management Board is not responsible for lost or stolen property” is a disclaimer.
Many websites incorporate a disclaimer. They may to a certain extent provide the liability for errors or the right to make changes. Since these texts are often very standard, with limited leeway in the law, Legal ICT has developed a free disclaimer generator, which enables you to generate an appropriate disclaimer in five minutes.
For the purpose of e-mail, we do not deem a disclaimer meaningful because it is not legally binding. We therefore do not offer a generator or standard text for e-mail disclaimers.
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