for All Course Bookings
The following General Terms and Conditions shall apply to all contract relations between Link EUS, Inc. ("We", "Link EUS") and consumers or entrepreneurs (“Clients”, “Course Participants”, or “You”) relating to all service bookings (courses, webinars, etc.) provided for a fee by Link EUS.
2. FORMATION OF CONTRACT
a. Formation of contract via our website by placing courses and webinars on our website, we are deemed to make a binding offer to enter into contracts for such items. You may correct your entries at any time before placing a binding order by using the correction aids provided to you and explained in the course of the order process. The contract is formed when you click on the Booking-button, which constitutes your acceptance of our offer of the products contained in your basket. Immediately after sending your order, you will once again receive a confirmation by email.
The contract is subject to the proviso that in respect of all courses: the details set forth in your order correspond to the admission prerequisites specified on our website and You have reached the minimum age referenced in the product description as of the date the course commences; in the case of group courses , the minimum course participant number indicated in the product description is reached; with regard to child and youth courses: the registration has been made exclusively by the legal representative(s) as contractual partner(s) and that all necessary declarations and/or consents have been submitted to Link EUS in text form (e.g., by e-mail) after registration. If a contract is not concluded due to a proviso, the course or examination fee will be refunded.
In respect of courses and exams, the prices referenced on our website at the time of registration shall apply.
Payment may be made using the methods of payment indicated on our website no later than at the time of initiating the order process. You select your method of payment for each individual order. Clients have no entitlement to use any particular method of payment.
6. SPECIAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR PARTICIPATION IN COURSES
a. Course groups
The individual course groups require a minimum number of 2 (two) participants. After completing the course booking, the contract is subject to the condition that the minimum number of participants is reached.
b. Booking changes and cancellations
Changes to bookings for a course (e.g. change of course dates) is permitted only until 7 days before the course start and, in exceptional cases, with the consent of Link EUS. For purposes of meeting these deadlines, Link EUS's receipt of the notice of cancellation shall govern. The Course Participant may cancel any accommodation he may have booked free of charge up to 7 days prior to the commencement of the course. No later cancellation is possible. To meet the cancellation deadline, it is sufficient for you to send your communication concerning your exercise of the right of cancel before the cancellation period has expired. If you cancel this contract, we will reimburse to you all payments received from you, including the costs of delivery (except for the supplementary costs arising if you chose a type of delivery other than delivery other than the least expensive type of standard delivery offered by us), without undue delay and not later than 14 days after the day on which we are informed about your decision to cancel this contract. We will make the reimbursement using the same means of payment as you used for the initial transaction, unless you have expressly agreed otherwise; in any event, you will not incur any fees as a result of such reimbursement. Any national legal provisions of a mandatory nature remain unaffected by this clause.
d. Scope of services
The course fees cover, depending on the type of course, your course participation, correction and comments on written work and tests within the respective course chosen, academic assistance and the issuance of course completion certificates, and they may also include the course materials if stated in the course description. Further details may be found in the respective course descriptions.
f. Duties of Course Participants in residential courses
Course Participants shall themselves ensure, at their own cost and expense, that their presence at the location of the course is legally authorized and that they hold the travel and residence permit/visa required for this purpose; You shall bear responsibility for concluding policies of health, accident, liability and household goods insurance themselves; You shall comply with the course and house rules applicable at the course location. Participants in distance learning courses shall themselves ensure that they meet the technical prerequisites required for participating in the course, which are referred to in our offer; You may not publish or make available to third parties the access data provided to them to Link EUS’s learning and/or test platforms.
All of our course material (texts, practical exercises, test questions, solutions, images, program codes, videos and other content) are protected by copyright. Course Participants are merely granted a simple, non-transferable lisence for their personal use in connection with their participation in the course. In particular, Course Participants are not permitted to copy course or exam materials (or even excerpts thereof) for third parties, to make the foregoing available or to forward them to others, to upload them to the internet or place them on other networks, whether for consideration or gratuitously, to resell such materials or to use them for commercial purposes. Any copyright notices, logos or trademarks which may be present must not be removed. Infringements of copyright may be prosecuted under criminal law.
(1) Endangering the well-being of the child in courses for children and youth
Link EUS is entitled to terminate the course prematurely and without notice if facts arise on the basis of which an immediate danger to the best interests of the child or adolescent participant can be assumed, which can be eliminated by means of individual supervision, which the Link EUS is unable to provide. Link EUS shall not be liable for any damage caused by the termination unless such damage results from an intentional or grossly negligent act of Link EUS. The provisions of Paragraph 9 remain unaffected.
(2) Breach of rules of conduct
Link EUS is entitled to terminate the course prematurely and without notice in the event of serious misconduct by the participant. Serious misconduct is to be assumed in particular in the case of bullying, drug abuse, aggressive behavior towards the teacher, other participants and sexual harassment. The termination in the aforementioned cases of Paragraph 6 (h) requires the written form. Any national legal provisions of a mandatory nature remain unaffected by this termination clause.
7. RIGHT OF CANCELLATION
Consumers are entitled to exercise the statutory right of cancellation, as described in the advice on cancellation.
8. STATUTORY WARRANTY
The statutory law governing liability for defects shall apply.
9. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY AND RELEASE OF LIABILITY
a. Limitation of liability
In respect of claims based on damages caused by us, our legal representatives or vicarious agents, we shall in all cases bear unlimited liability in the case of injury to life, limb or health in the case of breach by intentional acts or gross negligence in the case of express warranties, if agreed vis-à-vis consumers. In the case of breaches of material contract obligations constituting an initial prerequisite to any proper performance of the contract, on which counterparties are ordinarily to rely (cardinal obligations), through slight negligence by us or by our legal representatives or vicarious agents, our liability to entrepreneurs shall be limited as to amount by the amount of damages which were foreseeable at the time the contract was concluded and which must be typically anticipated. In all further and other respects, we disclaim all liability for damages.
b. Release of liability
You shall indemnify us from any claims asserted against us by third parties on account of a breach of law or breach of duty committed by you in connection with the participation in courses and/or examinations unless you are not responsible for the breach of duty. You shall indemnify us from the costs of the necessary legal defence, including all court and lawyer's fees, on presentation of proof. Further claims for damages remain unaffected. The same applies to child and youth courses if the legal or duty violation is committed by your child.