Legal statement about the website
The information provided on this website is subject to a non-liability clause, a statement about copyright and rules governing the protection of personal data.
Aros Electronics AB intends to use this website to improve public access to information regarding its initiatives and activities. This information is intended to be up-to-date and correct. Any inaccuracies brought to our attention will be corrected as soon as possible. However, Aros Electronics AB cannot be held liable for the information provided on the website.
The information in question:
Is only general in nature and does not present the specific situation of any legal or natural person; May not necessarily be exhaustive, complete, precise or up to date; Sometimes refers to external websites over which Aros Electronics AB exercises no control and with respect to which Aros Electronics AB declines all liability; Does not constitute a professional opinion (an appropriately qualified expert from Aros Electronics AB must always be consulted for specific opinions).
We do our utmost to prevent any interruptions caused by technical problems. However, some information presented on our website may not have been created or structured in files or formats exempt from errors, so we cannot guarantee that our service will not be interrupted or otherwise affected by such difficulties. Aros Electronics AB declines all liability for problems of this kind that may result from using the website or any other external website to which it refers users.
This non-liability clause is not intended to limit the liability of Aros Electronics AB in any way that contravenes the requirements stipulated by applicable national legislation, nor does it rule out Aros Electronics AB’s liability in situations where the legislation precludes the waiving of liability.
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Unless otherwise stipulated, information may be reproduced, subject to a mention of the source. If prior authorisation is required for the reproduction or use of fragments of text of multimedia information (sound, images, software, etc.), such authorisation will override the aforementioned general authorisation and clearly set out any restrictions governing the use of the information in question.