All information and all services and offers on the web service or in other applications and software are not directed to any person or company established in the U.S., Canada, Japan or Australia or in any other country where the publication or making available of the material is prohibited or the accessibility thereof is in any way limited. If the offers from E-aktiebok, of whatever kind they may be, are still taken by any such person or any such company, these may be disregarded.

All visitors to this website, both individuals and companies, are presumed to have read and accepted the following conditions:

Limitation of liability

E-aktiebok and its content providers are not directly or indirectly responsible for any of the content presented on E-aktiebok’s web service leading to damage or loss for the user or any other person who has read the web service’s content. E-aktiebok and its content providers are not liable to the user or to third parties for direct or indirect damages, loss of profits or revenues or other damage caused by the contents being inaccurate, presented or displayed incorrectly in any way, or being entirely withdrawn due to errors with E-aktiebok or any of its suppliers or due to entirely different reasons. This includes all cases where information may be delayed, displayed incorrectly, with incorrect values or is entirely missing and cases where problems can lead to disruption or even the entire web service going down and ceasing to function, whether due to technical or other reasons.

E-aktiebok has no liability for suppliers or their materials, products or services presented with E-aktiebok. Neither does E-aktiebok have any liability for presentations or information from E-aktiebok’s suppliers or for errors in their product or for delays on their part.

Neither E-aktiebok nor the web service’s content providers are responsible for how the user chooses to use the information presented on the web service. The user’s access and use of the service is entirely at the user’s own discretion. E-aktiebok reminds that trading unlisted shares is associated with both great opportunities and great risks. E-aktiebok is free from any liability for the results that may follow from the user using the information presented on the web service in various ways in their own trades. Those who choose to follow the recommendations given on the web service bear the full risk for their actions/negligence. Neither does E-aktiebok bear any responsibility for how the information provided through E-aktiebok is used or interpreted.

Users

Users have the right to personal use of the web service and its content according to the rules specified by E-aktiebok. Users do not have the right to publish or distribute content unless otherwise agreed with E-aktiebok. They are also not allowed – mechanically or otherwise, via the program or otherwise – to acquire or process materials in ways other than are expressly permitted by E-aktiebok. As a customer of E-aktiebok a special agreement that regulates what applies to such use may be entered. The content presented in E-aktiebok’s web service belongs to E-aktiebok or its content suppliers and is protected intellectual property.

Force Majeure

E-aktiebok is exempt from liability for damage the user may suffer due to events beyond E-aktiebok’s control, such as explosion, fire, flood or other accident, sabotage, war, strikes or other labour disputes and changes in laws and provisions or other action by the authorities. This reservation with regard to strikes or other labour conflict applies even if E-aktiebok themselves takes or is the object of such conflict actions. In addition to what is normally understood by events beyond E-aktiebok’s control, events that make the provision of the web service more costly or onerous for E-aktiebok than the original conditions shall also be included. E-aktiebok is also not liable to compensate the user for any damages in other cases where E-aktiebok has exercised due caution.

Content providers

E-aktiebok’s suppliers are responsible for applying applicable legislation to the users of the service. The suppliers establish, maintain and are responsible for the materials that are published on the web service and the products or services offered on E-aktiebok’s web service.