Aatos.app is an automated web service that enables the User to prepare customised legal documents for their situation. The service provider is not responsible for any content produced by the User themselves. No client relationship arises between the service provider and the User. The customer support relating to the use of the service is free of charge, general in nature and not specified legal advice.
The user becomes a customer of the service provider when they register an Aatos account. The service provider is not responsible if the user's usernames end up in the possession of a third party or actions performed with user accounts. The user must immediately notify the service provider if his or her username or password is lost or comes to the knowledge of a third party. The user receives only a limited right to use the service. The user does not acquire any intellectual property rights owned by the service provider. The user has no right to transfer or assign the right to use the service or usernames to a third party. The user may not upload to the service any material protected by intellectual property rights or other illegal material, to which they do not have the consent of the intellectual property right holder. The service provider has the right to use, pass on, compile statistics or otherwise exploit the content added by users in the service. The user assigns all rights related to the material they add to the service provider. By using the service, the user agrees to receive direct marketing messages. The user can easily and free of charge prohibit direct marketing.
2.1 Direct Marketing Based on Customership
Direct marketing based on customer relationships is sent to users' email addresses that function as account usernames. We send users via email service-related messages and customer benefits. Customer benefits are free or user-priced benefits for our users. These messages are sent to registered users who have provided an email address when activating the service and who have been informed about this communication. The content of the messages always relates to similar services that the customer has already used. You can opt out of the messages directly through the link found in the message or by contacting our customer service.
3. FORMATION AND FULFILLMENT OF THE AGREEMENT
4. COLLECTION OF INFORMATION
The user must immediately contact the service provider about any errors or deficiencies related to the service purchased. A complaint should be made as soon as the user has noticed the errors or the error should have been noticed. A complaint can be made via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
6. LIABILITY FOR DAMAGES AND LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
The user is responsible for the correctness of the information provided and is liable for errors or damage caused by incorrect information. The service provider's liability for direct costs and damages resulting from a breach of contract to the user is in all possible situations altogether at most the price charged by the service provider for the service. The price refers to that portion of the price of the service that depends on the service provider. Expenses paid by the service provider to authorities are not taken into account in calculating the maximum amount of the compensation obligation. The service provider is not at all liable for damages caused by the user intentionally or with gross negligence by using the service. The service provider is not responsible for agreements, expressions of will, or other commitments made between users. The service provider is not responsible for the destruction, loss or alteration of the user's data or damages resulting from these. The service provider is not responsible for the functionality of third-party connections between the server and the user. The service provider cannot guarantee that the service meets the user's requirements or needs. The service provider cannot guarantee that the service is continuously available or that it operates flawlessly. The service provider is not responsible for any errors, defects, or deficiencies in the service or its information. The service provider has the right to make changes to the service without notification. The service provider also has the right to make changes to the service provision or to stop providing the service altogether, with reasonable transition time.
7. DISPUTE RESOLUTION
The user should contact the service provider in case of problems.
8. CONTACT INFORMATION FOR THE SERVICE PROVIDER