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Legal Notes

Access Restrictions
When accessing the website of the Princely House, you must comply with the applicable legal requirements and observe any local restrictions. In particular, access to the information, data, text, graphics, images, video clips and other publications (hereinafter referred to as "information") on the website of the Princely House is not permitted for persons who, on account of their place of residence, nationality or for any other reason, are subject to a legal order banning access to such information or websites.

Persons to whom such restrictions apply may not access the Princely House website. Please find out in advance about the relevant laws and restrictions in effect at your place of residence and applicable to you.

Copyright Law and Photos
All the information and photos on the Princely House website are protected by copyright. It may not be used without prior written permission from the Princely House. Photos: Liechtenstein Marketing, Roland Korner.

E-mail Communication
All e-mail communication with the Princely House is unencrypted and cross-border. It therefore cannot be ruled out that any data that is sent or contact that is made with the Princely House may be viewed or logged by third parties. Furthermore, data that is transmitted may be altered, falsified, destroyed, monitored or used inappropriately by third parties or lost. The Princely House cannot accept responsibility for the security of your data during transfer over the Internet and accepts no liability for direct or indirect damages. You are requested to refrain from sending sensitive, private or confidential data to the Princely House or, if necessary, to use a secure means of communication.

Data Processing
No personal data relating to a visitor to the website (hereinafter referred to as “personal data”) is required to use the website of the Princely House. If, in exceptional circumstances, personal data is saved (e.g. in the context of an e-mail communication), it will be processed in accordance with Liechtenstein’s Data Protection Act and will not be passed on to third parties except (a) to service providers authorized by the Princely House or (b) if there is a legal obligation to disclose the data (e.g. to authorities, courts).

The website uses cookies in order to obtain information about its use. Cookies are small files that are stored on your computer. Cookies store settings that you apply on the website (e.g. the country of residence you select) so that certain information does not need to be re-entered when you visit the website again. You can block the use of cookies by applying the appropriate settings in your Internet browser and deleting any cookies already set by the website. By refraining from taking these steps, you consent to the use of cookies when accessing the website.

When accessing the website, access data is stored (e.g. log files, IP address, date and time of access, name of the file retrieved, access status, page from which access is gained, top-level domain, web browser used, operating system used). This data is used for statistical purposes, for technical analyses, for the purposes of fine-tuning the server infrastructure, to determine how often the website is accessed and to draw conclusions that will enable improving its user-friendliness and functionality.

This website uses Webtrends Analytics, a web analytics service provided by Webtrends Inc., 851 SW 6th Ave. Suite 1600, Portland, OR 97204, U.S.A. (hereinafter referred to as "Webtrends") and Google Analytics,  a service by Google LLC (“Google”), 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA, to analyze data. The cookies used by Webtrends and Google Analytics for analytical purposes do not contain any personal data. Your IP address is truncated on your computer before being transmitted to Webtrends Inc. and Google Analytics in this anonymized form. Webtrends and Google Analytics do not associate your IP address with any other information held by Webtrends or Google Analytics and only passes data on to third parties if required to do so by law.

You can opt out of Webtrends’ and Google Analytics' future use of cookies at any time via the following opt-out links:

If you opt out of Webtrends’ or Google Analytics' use of cookies, you may potentially not be able to make full use of all the functions on this website. By refraining from opting out, you consent to Webtrends and Google Analytics' processing your data in the manner and for the purposes described.

Linked Websites (Links)
The Princely House has no control over the design or content of the websites of other operators (hereinafter referred to as “third-party websites”) which may be linked with the Princely House website or which contain links to the Princely House website. Therefore, the Princely House cannot accept any responsibility or liability for the accuracy, completeness, topicality or legality of the content of third-party websites or for any information, offers and/or services contained on them. Responsibility and liability for linked third-party websites lie with the operators in question.

Disclaimer of Liability
The Princely House cannot guarantee the accuracy, completeness or topicality of the information contained on the website. The content on the Princely House website may be amended or added to at any time and without notice, and information may be removed in full or in part. However, the Princely House is not obligated to delete out-of-date information or to expressly indicate it as such. The information provided on the Princely House website is for information purposes only. In particular, the information does not constitute a recommendation or offer. The Princely House explicitly accepts no liability for any direct or indirect losses (including lost profit), liability or other claims, costs or consequential losses that may arise from use of the Princely House website.

Applicable Law and Place of Jurisdiction
These legal notes and the use of the Princely House website are subject to Liechtenstein law. Vaduz shall be the exclusive place of jurisdiction.

Version: 03/13/2018