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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It is crucial for providers and purchasers to take technical, organizational and legal measures when outsourcing IT to the cloud.
Resellers conclude their own contracts with clients, even if the services are provided by the ultimate provider. The reseller’s clients cannot simply turn to that provider in the event of damages or other claims.
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