General terms and conditions

Article 1: Ownership and modification of the Website

The website (hereinafter “the Website”) is managed by – Thomas Pickelner and is owned by – DaddyHood AB, with registered office at Sjöviksvägen 148, 117 57 Stockholm, registered with the Crossroads Bank for Enterprises under number registered with the Crossroads Bank for Enterprises (“Daddyhood Europe”).

In case of questions, complaints and / or comments regarding the Website, you can always contact Thomas Pickelner by e-mail under the following address:

Daddyhood Europe reserves the right to change these General Terms of Use at any time, without prior notice, in order to comply with legal obligations or to improve the service. Any amended version of these General Terms of Use is deemed to apply from the first date of publication on the Website. We therefore recommend that you regularly consult the Website.

The use of the Website implies that “the user” of the Website (here including, but not limited to, the mere internet visitor, advertiser, etc.) fully and irrevocably accepts the terms and conditions and guidelines for use of the Website contained in the General Terms of Use.

Article 2: Intellectual Property Rights

All components of the Website (including but not limited to the software, source codes, layout, texts, logos, photos, drawings, images, sound, databases, names, trade and domain names) are works protected by copyright and / or other intellectual property rights, including trademark law.

All relevant property rights, including intellectual property rights (copyrights, trademark rights, database rights, drawing and model rights, etc.) belong to Daddyhood Europe or are included on the Website with the permission of the owner of the relevant rights.

No part of the Website itself, nor the data and information offered on the Website may be stored (other than necessary to visit the Website), or reproduced, modified, translated, made public, distributed, rented, sold, transferred to used by others or in any way without the prior written permission of Daddyhood Europe.

Article 4: Liability

Daddyhood Europe is careful to provide information that is as correct as possible, but can never guarantee the complete correctness, completeness and suitability of the information on the Website and cannot therefore be held liable for this. This applies to information placed on the Website by Daddyhood Europe itself, as well as information from users or others. Information is understood to mean: everything that can be found on the Website, including texts, photos, sound, data, etc.

Daddyhood Europe is not liable for any decision or action taken by the user on the basis of the information provided to users or others, nor is it responsible for any errors or mistakes made by the user.

Daddyhood Europe is also not liable for direct or indirect damage or any damage that could be caused by inaccuracy, incompleteness, unsuitability, oblivion or negligence in the provision, compilation, preparation, writing and interpretation of the information on the Website

Daddyhood Europe is not liable for permanent or temporary damage or defects to data or computer equipment of the users during or after the use of the Website. In particular, Daddyhood Europe is not liable for the possible transmission of viruses, trojans and the like via the Website.

Daddyhood Europe is not liable for links to websites managed by others or the damage caused in the context of a visit to these websites. Daddyhood Europe cannot exercise any control over these Websites and cannot be held responsible for their content.

For the realization of the Website, Daddyhood Europe uses the most modern techniques as much as possible. However, Daddyhood Europe cannot be held liable for the (temporary) failure or any malfunctions or maintenance work on – or of – the Website.

Article 5: Privacy

In view of the evolution of privacy legislation, Daddyhood Europe reserves the right to change its Privacy Statement at any time. Consequently, Daddyhood Europe advises the user to regularly check the Website to see whether changes have been made to the Privacy Statement.

Article 6: Waiver

The lack of enforcement by Daddyhood Europe of any provision of these Terms of Use, or failure to take any action against any user of the Website in the event of a possible breach of any provision, cannot be construed as a waiver of any claim or right to any provision pertaining to a possible future infringement by a user.

Article 7: Divisibility

If any provision of these General Terms of Use is declared illegal, void or unenforceable in whole or in part under applicable law, such provision will no longer form part of these General Terms of Use. The legality, validity and binding nature of the other provisions of these General Terms of Use remain unaffected.

Article 8: Competent Court and Applicable Law

These General Terms of Use are governed by – and interpreted in accordance with – Swedish law.

The competent courts and tribunals for hearing disputes regarding these General Terms of Use will be the courts and tribunals of Stockholm, unless mandatory statutory provisions to the contrary.