Mandatory Information and Disclaimer
Information according to § 5 TMG
The website Humamalsalim.com is operated by Houmam Alsaleim. Cyrrus Gallery is a e-platform founded in 2012.
Phone number: +49 176 444 65896
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Owner and Managing Director
Responsible of publication as defined in section 55, § 2 of the RStV
Hosting and Website Development
The website humamalsalim.com is powered by WordPress.com and hosted by Automattic Inc. , 60 29th Street #343, San Francisco, CA 94110, USA.
Webmaster (graphic and technical design): Humam Alsalim
Logo design: Humam Alsalim
All texts, comments, works, illustrations, artworks, images and videos reproduced or represented on the website cyrrusgallery.com are Cyrrus Gallery sole property, and are strictly reserved under copyright and intellectual property law, for the entire term of protection of these rights and for the whole world. As such and in accordance with the provisions of the Code of Intellectual Property, only the utilization for private use, subject to different or even more restrictive provisions of the Code of Intellectual Property, is permitted.
No portion of the Cyrrus Gallery website may be copied, reused, reproduced, distributed, published or used in any other way in analogue or digital form without prior written agreement.
©Copyright 2017-2019 Humam Alsalim. All rights reserved.
©All images by the named artists, use only through contractual agreement with Humam Alsalim
©All texts for the named artists.
Humam Alsalim will not be held responsible for unsolicited photos and other materials. Humam Alsalim assumes no responsibility for the content of external links. We reserve the right to increase prices, offer sales, correct mistakes and misprints.
Applicable Law and Jurisdiction
These terms and conditions are established and governed by German law, unless otherwise provided by public policy. Any dispute relating to the interpretation, validity and consequences of the present notices is the sole responsibility of the German courts competent territorially.
In Europe: Online dispute resolution via the ODR platform
With ODR Directive 524/2013, the European Commission launched the ODR platform, which gathers all recognised alternative dispute resolution bodies in Europe. Its objective is to help consumers and traders resolve their contractual disputes about online purchases of goods and servicesout-of-court at a low cost in a simple and fast way.