Content of the website
The content of this website may be complemented, changed or deleted without prior notice. Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Ltd. and Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Zurich (Schmohl AG) explicitly reserves the right to cease the publishing temporarily or permanently. All offers are non-binding and subject to alterations.
References and links
Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Zurich (Schmohl AG) expressively dissociates itself from the content of third-party websites that can be accessed through links contained on the website or in any other way. We have no impact on the content of these websites and are therefore not liable for the correctness, lawfulness, completeness and availability of third-party content. It is expressively declared that the linked website did not contain any illegal content when the link was included. The provider of the linked website alone shall be liable for any illegal, incorrect and incomplete content as well as damage resulting from the use of third-party information.
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No liability for the topicality, correctness, completeness or quality of the information on this website shall be assumed. Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Zurich (Schmohl AG) shall not assume any liability for the loss or damage resulting from the direct or indirect use of this website or the included information, provided that there was no intentional or grossly negligent behaviour by us. Liability for consequential damage and loss of profit is excluded, also in case of slight negligence.
Right of withdrawal
You may withdraw your contract declaration within (two weeks) (1) without specifications in written form (e.g. letter, e-mail) (or by returning the object) (2). The withdrawal period shall commence upon the receipt of this instruction, at the earliest. To keep the notice period, the timely forwarding of the withdrawal (or object) shall suffice (2). The withdrawal shall be sent to: Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Zurich / Schmohl AG, Stinson-Strasse 2, 8152 Glattpark/Zurich.
Consequences of withdrawal
In case of an effective withdrawal, the services received by both parties shall be returned (and benefits, if applicable (e.g. interests), shall be handed over) (5). If you cannot return the received service or only in parts or only in an impaired condition, you shall provide compensation, if applicable (6). (This does not apply to objects of which the impairment is exclusively caused by your checking the object - as you would do in a shop. Apart from that, you may avoid the obligation to compensate by not making use of the object as if it was your property and refraining from anything affecting its value. Objects which can be sent by mail shall be returned (at our cost and risk) (7). Objects which cannot be sent by mail will be collected by us.) (2) Obligations to reimburse payments shall be fulfilled within 30 days after your withdrawal was sent out.
The information on prices, features and other content of this website shall only be valid in Switzerland (Prices which are displayed on redirected pages are excluded here). In no way does it constitute an offer in the legal sense. Printing errors, errors, changes and delivery options shall remain reserved.
The relation of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Zurich (Schmohl AG) and its users is subject to Swiss law.
If any part of this agreement is declared invalid or contains regulatory gaps, the remainder will continue to be valid. The invalid provision shall be replaced by a valid one which comes closest to the desired provision. The same applies in case of a regulatory gap.