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MEPA - Pauli und Menden GmbH

Hauptwerk und Vertrieb

Rolandsecker Weg 37
D-53619 Rheinbreitbach

Telephone: +49 (2224) 929 - 0
Facsimile: +49 (2224) 929 - 149
E-Mail: info@mepa.de

Leipzig plant

Carsdorfer Höhe
D-04523 Pegau

Internet: www.mepa.de / www.mepa.at / www.mepa.eu

Managing director: Reiner Pauli, Christian Kuncz, Stefan Ficht, Dr. Roger Schönborn

Commercial register: Local Court of Montabaur HRB 10885
Tax number: 3266006133
VAT ID No.: DE 811 193 073
ILN: 40 27952 00000 7

Responsible for the content  pursuant to Section 10 Para. 3 MDStV (German Federal Agreement on Media Services): Reiner Pauli


Legal notice

General | With these internet pages (hereinafter referred to as “website”), the MEPA - Pauli und Menden GmbH (hereinafter referred to as “MEPA ”) presents, among other things, the comprehensive delivery programme around the sanitary installation in the bathroom and other sanitary facilities. Within the bounds of the so-called traditional 3-step distribution channel, MEPA products are exclusively sold through the sanitary wholesale trade. We would be glad to provide you with purchasing opportunities in your catchment area on request. Potential price quotations are always about recommended plant prices plus legal value added tax and they merely serve as a calculation basis for the specialist trade.

Exclusion of liability | The MEPA - Pauli und Menden GmbH (hereinafter referred to as “MEPA”), as a content provider, is according to Section 7 Para. 1 TMG (German Telemedia Act) responsible for its “own contents” which it makes available. Although all contents are carefully reviewed and updated periodically, MEPA cannot guarantee for completeness, correctness and topicality. MEPA shall therefore not be liable for any loss in connection with the use of these contents, unless the same is due to gross negligence or intent on the part of MEPA. MEPA reserves the right to carry out changes to the presented products at any time without notice.

A distinction must be made between these internal contents and cross references to contents created and offered by other providers. By the cross reference MEPA arranges the entrance to the use of these contents (§ 9 German Teleservices Act). MEPA is not responsible for those “foreign” contents, because MEPA has not arranged the transmission of the information, and has not chosen the addressee of the transmitted data as well as it has not chosen or changed the transmitted information. Also an automatic momentary intermediate storage of this “foreign information" does not take place because of the chosen retrieve- and linking methodology via MEPA, so thereby responsibility of MEPA for the "foreign contents" does not arise.

By “Links” we always mean a reference to “living” (dynamic) internet appearances of third parties. When MEPA initially establishes a link it checks the third-party content for evidence of any potential infringement of civil or criminal law. However, MEPA is not obliged to continually examine the content of websites that MEPA may reference from its own website for modifications that may change the basis of its liability. Only if MEPA finds - or if their attention should be drawn to it by others - that a concrete offer to which a link was made available will lead to liability under civil or criminal law MEPA will cancel the link to such an offer, provided this is technically possible and reasonable. The technical possibility and reasonability will not be influenced by the fact that after suppressing access from MEPA’s homepage the illegal or criminal offer can be accessed from other servers.

Copyright | The contents (text, images, graphics, sound, animations, video clips and similar as well as their arrangement) of the internet appearance of MEPA and its subsidiary companies are protected by copyright. In addition, some MEPA websites contain information that is protected by third-party copyrights. All rights reserved. With the exception of offered downloads for the use in original versions, the use of texts and pictures, even in extracts, without previous written approval of MEPA offends against the regulations of copyright and is therefore illegal. This applies in particular to all publishing rights such as the copying, translation of or use of these documents in electronic systems. Registered trademarks, trade names, pending patents and logos are used on our web site. Even if these are not explicitly identified as such at the pertinent places, the relevant statutory requirements apply.

Trademarks and protection of intellectual property | MEPA, the MEPA logo and the majority of product names on our websites are trademarks or service marks of MEPA and its subsidiary or affiliated companies. In connection with the material contained on MEPA websites, no further trademark or service mark or further license is transferred. Nothing herein shall be construed as transferring by implication, estoppel or otherwise any license for a patent, trademark or other right to intellectual property of MEPA or any third party. MEPA does not give any warranty that by using the information contained on this website, any patent, trademark or intellectual property of MEPA or any third party is not infringed. MEPA does not give any warranty or guarantee, whether express or implied, for the merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose or any characteristics in connection with the information or the product to which the information refers to. The information contained on this website may contain typographical errors.


Extrajudicial resolution of disputes

We point out to the fact that, apart from normal legal proceedings, there is also the possibility of extrajudicial resolution of disputes pursuant to EU Regulation 524/2013. Details about this can be found in the EU Regulation 524/2013 and on the internet at: ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr. Our email address is: info@mepa.de. We point out to the fact that, pursuant to Section 36 VSBG (German Consumer Dispute Settlement Act), we are not obliged to take part in extrajudicial procedures for the settlement of disputes before a consumer arbitration board.