Sustainable Future Ventures Ltd
Registered in England & Wales with company number 13411914
Registered office: 166 Sloane Street, London, United Kingdom, SW1X 9QF
A company of the
Liability for content
The contents of our website have been researched and compiled with great care. As a service provider we are responsible for our own content on these webpages according to Section 7 (1) German Telemedia Act (Telemediengesetz – TMG). According to Sections 8 – 10 TMG, we do not, however, have a duty to monitor transmitted or stored foreign information or to search for circumstances that point to an illegal act. Upon becoming aware of corresponding legal infringements, we will immediately remove these contents.
Liability for external links
This website contains links to websites operated by third parties (“external links”). The liability for these websites lies with the respective operator. PATRIZIA AG and its affiliated companies have no influence on the current and future design and content of the linked sites. Linking to external sites does not mean that the provider adopts the content behind the referral or link. A constant monitoring of these external links by PATRIZIA AG and its affiliated companies without specific indications of legal infringements cannot be reasonably expected. Upon becoming aware of legal infringements, however, such external links will be deleted immediately.
Content and structure of these webpages are protected by copyright. The reproduction of information or data, especially the use of texts, parts of texts or images, requires the prior consent of PATRIZIA AG and its affiliated companies.
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Out-of-Court Dispute Resolution (Section 36 Consumer Alternative Dispute Resolution Act
(Verbraucherstreitbeilegungsgesetz – VBSG))
Unless expressly described otherwise elsewhere, PATRIZIA AG and its affiliated companies do not participate in dispute resolution proceedings before a consumer conciliation board according to Section 36 VBSG.
European Online Dispute Resolution Platform
As of February 2016, the European Commission provides an internet platform for out-of-court online dispute resolution. The so-called OS platform is a central point of contact for consumers as well as companies. Using this platform, disputes arising from purchase or service agreements that were concluded online (e.g. via internet, mobile applications or email) can be resolved out of court. Besides general information on out-of-court dispute resolution, disputes can be submitted for settlement there. You can find the link under
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