Ralf A. H. Thonemann
Kreuzburger Weg 4
40231 Duesseldorf

Phone: + 49 (0) 211 233 89 80


The disclaimer regulates the use of the Ralf A. H. Thonemann website.

Rules of use

The user has free access to numerous pages, in particular information offers, free of charge. For these freely usable pages, we do not assume any responsibility for the topicality, correctness and completeness of the contents and the results which the user or third parties think they can achieve on the basis of information contained in the web pages, nor for third party information contained in or accessible via these web pages. We do not guarantee that the content on these web pages is free of errors and suitable for specific purposes.

The information provided may only be accessed in a manner that does not significantly impair the use of our online offering by other visitors.


The web pages of Ralf A. H. Thonemann, their structure and all functionalities, information, data, texts, image and sound materials contained therein as well as all components used for the functionality of these web pages are subject to the legally protected copyright. The user may only use the contents within the framework of the offered functionalities of the web pages for his personal use and otherwise does not acquire any rights to the contents and programs.


The web pages may contain links to the web pages of other providers, for whose contents we assume no liability. The creation of hyperlinks and inline links from other web pages to the web pages of Ralf A. H. Thonemann, without prior written consent, is not prohibited. However, it is not permitted to include or display the web pages belonging to the Internet offer of Ralf A. H. Thonemann or their contents in a partial window (frame) by means of a hyperlink.


Liability for slight negligence in the case of non-essential contractual obligations shall be limited to the foreseeable damage; liability for consequential damage and loss of profit shall be excluded. If the customer has contributed to the occurrence of the damage through culpable conduct, in particular through a breach of his duties to cooperate and exercise due care, the extent to which the damage is to be borne by us and the customer shall be determined in accordance with the principles of contributory negligence.

Applicable Law

These terms and conditions are subject to German law.

Severability clause

Should individual provisions of this agreement be or become invalid, this shall not affect the validity of the remainder of the agreement. The invalid provision shall be replaced by a valid provision that comes as close as possible to the economically intended meaning and purpose of the invalid provision within the framework of the overall agreement. The same shall apply in the event of an unintended loophole.