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The content on this site may not be used without prior written permission from Interactive Law. Any use requires that the copyright notice and other proprietary notices are retained.
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We strive to ensure that the content on the website is accurate and that the site should be available and free from viruses, malware and the like. We do not warrant, however, that the information on this website is accurate or complete, or that the site is available, free of viruses, malware and the like. Use of this website is solely at your own risk. We make no warranties and accepts no liability for any direct or indirect damages arising from or otherwise related to the use of or inability to access this website. This website may contain links or references to websites maintained by third parties. We are not responsible for the content provided, or the processing of personal data carried out on such third-party sites.
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The website is governed by Swedish law, except for the rules governing the choice of law which shall not apply. Disputes arising shall be settled by a Swedish general court.