Terms of use

Copyright and trademarks

All rights to this website, including the copyrights, are held by or licensed to Richard Fischer GmbH or are used by Richard Fischer GmbH in compliance with the statutory provisions and with the approval of the respective holder of the rights. You undertake to use this website only in accordance with the statutory provisions. In particular the reproduction, copying, changing or editing this website or individual elements of this website, including the source code and the underlying software, is forbidden. Richard Fischer GmbH reserves the right to use any material transmitted to this website for its own purposes. This does not infringe the regulations on data protection. All designations of third parties used on this website are protection designations or trademarks of the companies which Richard Fischer GmbH uses with their approval. The further use of the above-mentioned designations, illustrations and logos by persons other than the owners is forbidden by Richard Fischer GmbH.

Liability disclaimer

Richard Fischer GmbH assumes no guarantee for the correctness and completeness of the information contained on this website. The software contained on this website was thoroughly checked and tested at every phase of its production. Richard Fischer GmbH can nevertheless not guarantee that the website if free from computer viruses and programming errors. Richard Fischer GmbH therefore recommends that a virus test is carried out before using the software. Richard Fischer GmbH assumes no liability for damage resulting from the use of information on this website. This does not apply in cases where the damage is attributable to intentional or grossly negligent behaviour on the part of Richard Fischer GmbH. This also does not apply to damage resulting in injury to life, body or health. Richard Fischer GmbH assumes no warranty for the content of external websites with links from or to this website.

Applicable law and venue

The terms of use are subject to the law of the Federal Republic of Germany. Place of fulfilment and venue is Stuttgart. German law shall apply, with the exception of the provisions of international private law and the provisions of the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG).

Severability clause

Should individual provisions of this contract be invalid or unenforceable or become invalid or unenforceable after conclusion of the contract, this shall not affect the validity and enforceability of the contract as a whole. The invalid or unenforceable provision shall then be replaced by a valid and enforceable provision coming as close as possible to the intended commercial effect pursued by the contract parties with the invalid or unenforceable provision. The above provisions shall also apply in the event that the contract should prove to have gaps.


If you do not consent to the terms of use of this website, its use must be terminated immediately. The further use presupposes your acceptance of the above conditions.