Eigentümer & Zuständiger für die Inhalte
Tel.: +39 0473 967067
Fax: +39 0473 968369
VAT No.: IT02664070212
Programming & website operator
Heiligkreuzstraße 17 - I-39030 St.Lorenzen (BZ)
Tel.: +39 340 522 8827
Branding & Design concept
Unicat - Designstudio
Photos & photo credits
All published objects (texts, images, graphics, videos etc.) are subject to copyright. Without our explicit consent, it is not allowed to use or to duplicate them in no way, neither online nor printed.
Exclusion of liability
Notwithstanding careful working and thorough checking, we are unable to guarantee the correctness, completeness or timeliness of the provided content. We completely exclude liability claims towards us due to material or intangible damage caused by the use of this content or rather by the use of incorrect or incomplete content.
Furthermore, we do not incur liability for the content, the availability or possible damage caused by websites connected with this web page by means of direct or indirect links. At the moment of linking the aforesaid websites were free of illegal content. However, we have no influence on their current or rather future appearance and modifications or their links.
Disclosure of information in accordance with Italian Legislative Decree no. 196 of 30 June 2003 and subsequent amendments and supplements: In accordance with Art. 13 of Italian Legislative Decree No. 196 of 30 June 2003, we hereby give notice that we process the personal information of users who voluntarily provide with their personal information (by telephone, fax or e-mail). The same holds true for the data of persons whose information was collected by third parties in the framework, for example, of the registration of external data for commercial information, public directories, etc., whereby in the latter case, only personal information of a common/general type and nature is involved.
Within the framework of the legal provisions, we guarantee that the processing of personal information shall take place with due regard to the fundamental rights and freedoms and to the dignity of the party concerned, with particular reference to issues of confidentiality, personal identity, and the right to protection of personal information.
Goals and purposes of the processing of data:
- the fulfilment of legal obligations, obligations from regulations, community standards, and civil and tax laws;
- the fulfilment of possible contractual obligations with respect to the party concerned;
- the carrying out of activities connected with the business activity of our company, such as the keeping of internal statistics, invoicing, or accounting (accounts receivable and accounts payable);
- purposes of a business nature, such as the sending of business information and advertising materials (by post, fax and e-mail), marketing, and market studies;
- the protection of claims and the management of liabilities;
- purposes related to insurance, in particular credit insurance.
With regard to the aforementioned objectives, your personal information will be forwarded as required:
- to public administrative bodies and authorities, where provided by law;
- to credit institutions with which our company enjoys business relationships for the management of claims/liabilities and for the provision of financing;
- to all natural and/or legal, public and/or private persons (legal, administrative, and tax consultant offices, courts, chambers of commerce, etc.) if such forwarding is shown to be necessary for or relevant to the exercise of our activity and in the manner and for the purposes listed above.
The personal information that is processed shall not be subject to dissemination. The processing of information may take place with or without the assistance of means electronic or otherwise automated, and it encompasses all of the procedures that are provided for in Art. 4, Paragraph 1 (a) of the Italian Legislative Decree no. 196 of 30 June 2003 and that are necessary for the processing of the relevant information. In any case, the processing of information shall be carried out in observance of all security measures that ensure its security and confidentiality.
The Data Protection Code grants the parties concerned the exercise of certain rights in accordance with Art. 7. In particular, they have the right to know what personal information the holder possesses about them and to receive notice about whether or not information on them exists, even if it has not yet been stored; furthermore, to be given more details in comprehensible form regarding this information, its origin, and the reason for and purpose of its processing; and to learn the identity of the holder of the information, of the person responsible for its processing, and of the persons and categories of persons to whom this information could be transmitted.
The party concerned has the right to verify his or her information, to check it, to correct it, and to supplement it, as well as to demand that the information be deleted, blocked, or transformed into anonymous information in the event that the processing violates legal regulations. He or she has the right to refuse for legitimate reasons the processing of his or her information in whole or in part as well as to demand its deletion, blocking, or transformation into anonymous information; and to refuse without any reason the processing of his or her information if this information is to be used for purposes of commercial information, sending out of advertising material, direct sales, market research, or opinion research.
The rights under discussion may be asserted by the party concerned or by a person appointed by him or her by means of a request sent by registered mail or by e-mail and directed to the person responsible for the processing, Mr Hans Weiss, Vinschgauer Straße 38, 39020 Partschins, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The holder of the processed information is: Hotel Weiss, Vinschgauer Straße 38, 39020 Partschins in the person of its legal representative Mr Hans Weiss, VAT No. IT02664070212.
We are not liable for current and (in this text not yet considered) future social networks like Facebook, Google + or Twitter. In these cases are valid the sector-specific regulations.
If there are some uncertain points or doubts, we refer to the German version.
Mandatory information according to the EU-Regulation N. 524/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council: Platform for online dispute resolution for consumer disputes (ODR) to the European Commission: http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr/