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Terms and Conditions - Long-distance transactions/business

1. Scope of application  

1.1. These General Terms and Conditions (GTC) govern the contractual relationship between the University of Liechtenstein, Prince Franz Josef Strasse, 9490 Vaduz, and clients who order services via the university’s homepage.

1.2. For applicants and enrolled students, apart from the terms and conditions stated here and the regulations issued by the university and published on the homepage, in particular the student regulations, the admission guidelines, the study and examination regulations, the disciplinary regulations as well as fee regulations and their implementing provisions apply.

1.3. If individual provisions of these terms and conditions should become wholly or partially void due to statutory provisions, the remaining provisions of these terms and conditions shall remain applicable.



2. Business transactions

2.1. By submitting the application or clicking on the order button, a binding offer is made. It is at the discretion of the University of Liechtenstein to accept the offer.

2.2. The admission process begins after the submission of all necessary documents and payment of the processing fees.



3. Prices and payment methods

3.1. The prices or fees stated by the University of Liechtenstein on its homepage and in its schedule of fees, including its implementing provisions, apply.

3.2. Basically, a payment by bank transfer, credit card, Paypal or cash at the central service office of the university is possible. The university is only obligated to render the services after full payment has been made. The university is entitled to not offer certain payment methods and to refer to other payment methods. Any costs which arise from a payment transaction shall be borne by the contractual partner.

3.3. In the event of default in payment after a service has been rendered, the university may charge dunning fees and processing fees of CHF 15.00 per warning, as well as default interest (4% p.a.). After the second reminder, the amount due is claimed by the court and the university is entitled to withdraw from the contract.

3.4. The contractual partners agree, upon an order or application being placed, that invoices, credit notes and warnings are sent in electronic form.



4. Right of withdrawal

4.1. Consumers in the context of the Consumer Protection Act are entitled to withdraw from their order or application within 14 days of receiving the order confirmation, provided the transaction is subject to the Distance Selling Act (LGBl. 2002, No. 71). In order to adhere to the deadline, the timely dispatch of the written withdrawal must be sent to the University of Liechtenstein, Prince Franz Josef Strasse, 9490 Vaduz, email: info@uni.li.

4.2. When purchasing credits (e.g. for copies) a withdrawal after the credit has been issued is not possible. Paid tuition fees are also not refundable.

4.3. If the provision of a service or the admission process has already started at the time of the withdrawal, a maximum of half of the agreed fee or the processing costs will be refunded. Upon completion of the admission examination or other service, no refund will be made. Otherwise, the services rendered and received by both parties must be returned and, if applicable, any deductions made.



5. Warranty and liability

5.1. The warranty is subject to legal regulations.

5.2. The University of Liechtenstein is only liable for damages caused by intent or gross negligence, with the exception of personal injury. The existence of slight or gross negligence, as far as it is not a consumer business, must be proven by the aggrieved party. Regarding entrepreneurs, the disclaimer of liability applies without restrictions.




6. Applicable law and jurisdiction

The exclusive place of jurisdiction for all disputes is the seat of the University of Liechtenstein, Vaduz, Liechtenstein. Liechtenstein law is applicable to the conclusion of contracts with the University of Liechtenstein.


Vaduz, 25.05.2018