Terms and Conditions
|1.||The copyright of MyWAY SQL Manager belongs to Heino Cunze-Fischer.|
|2.||Download and use of MyWAY SQL Manager is free.|
|3.||The use of MyWAY SQL Manager is at your own risk.|
|4.||There is no legal right to use MyWAY SQL Manager.|
|5.||There can be no legal claims against the author by using of MyWAY SQL Manager.|
|6.||By downloading and installing MyWAY SQL Manager, the user accepts the General Terms and Conditions.|
Responsible for the application programming of the MyWAY SQL Manager is Heino Cunze-Fischer, Steenwisch 34, 22527 Hamburg, Germany, hereinafter referred to as the provider.
The following General Terms and Conditions are valid between provider and user:
By downloading the software provided free of charge by the provider, the user accepts the terms and conditions of the provider. If the user does not agree to the terms and conditions, he may neither download nor use the software.
Deviating terms and conditions of the user do not apply unless the provider has expressly consented to their application beforehand.
The general terms and conditions can be read at any time on the website http://www.myway-sql.com/terms/.
The software is provided to the end user free of charge (freeware). Both parties agree that the software is provided and used free of charge and that the provider does not have to provide free support.
The Provider reserves the right to temporarily or temporarily close the myway-sql.de and myway-sql.com websites at any time without notice to the users change, pause or adjust duration.
Rights of use:
The software may be used by anyone privately or for business.
The software was created by Heino Cunze-Fischer and is protected by copyright.
According to the state of the art, it's not possible to create software that works error-free in all applications. The software is available in the latest version. Program documentation is provided on the myway-sql.de and myway-sql.com websites. The provider does not guarantee that the software will remain functional at all times in the event of system changes. The user is responsible for the correct use and thus also for its consequences.
If any hardware or operating systems are not suitable for the software, no rights can be derived from this.
According to §523 and 524 BGB, the provider only assumes a guarantee for fraudulently concealed errors.
According to § 521 BGB, the provider of the software is not liable for damage caused by the use or prevention of the use of the program, unless this is due to grossly negligent or intentional action on the part of the provider.
Passing on the software as a download requires the consent of the provider.
Passing on the software for a fee is strictly prohibited.
Passing on the software as an addition or part of other products requires the consent of the provider in a license agreement.
A link on websites to the download portal of the provider is generally permitted.
Place of jurisdiction is Hamburg, Germany. It is only the law of the Federal Republic of Germany.
Should individual provisions of this contract be ineffective or unenforceable or become ineffective or unenforceable after the conclusion of the contract, the validity of the rest of the contract remains unaffected. The invalid or unenforceable provision shall be replaced by a valid and enforceable provision whose effects come closest to the economic objective pursued by the contracting parties with the invalid or unenforceable provision. The above provisions apply accordingly in the event that the contract proves to be incomplete.