The following information contains the statutory provider identification (section 5 German Telemedia Act [TMG]), as well as other important legal information.
Dennert Poraver GmbH
Gewerbegebiet Ost 17
Telephone: +49 9188 9402-0
Fax: +49 9188 9402-34
Commercial registry: Nürnberg District Court, trade register [HRB] 6234
VAT registration no.: DE 190635546
David Veit Krafft
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INFORMATION ACCORDING TO SECTION 36 GERMAN CONSUMER’S ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION ACT [VSBG]
In principle, we are unwilling to participate in dispute resolution proceedings before a consumer arbitration service. We are also not legally obligated to participate.
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However, the prerequisite for this is the prior written request via fax of a form containing the signature of the authorized representative. The unauthorized reproduction or distribution of individual content or complete pages will be prosecuted under criminal and civil law.