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What to include in your legal notice
What to include in your legal notice
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As a creator on Steady, you are obliged to provide a legal notice. You can enter the relevant information in your Steady backend.

The purpose of the legal notice is to identify who is responsible for the content on your Steady page and offer a contact person. As a Steady creator you are responsible for the content you publish on our platform (not Steady).

The legal notice appears on your Steady page and is publicly visible to all visitors. It will also be included as a footer in any emails you send via Steady.

Information covered in a legal notice

The information you have to include in your legal notice depends on the legislator’s requirements and you or your organisation’s legal status. You can use the following templates as guides.

Please note that as the creator, you are responsible for providing a correct legal notice. Steady is not allowed to give legal advice so in case of doubt, please clarify any concerns with your legal advisor.

Private person (example with typical requirements)

Max Mustermann, 1 ABC Street, 12345 Berlin, Germany

Company or other registered entity (example with typical requirements)

Here you must include all the legal information applicable to your business and list all managing directors, partners and/or organisations:

Muster & Co Ltd., Managing Partners: Max Mustermann & Petra Musterfrau, 1 ABC Street, 12345 Berlin, Germany, Place of Registration: Berlin, Germany, Commercial register number: HRB 123456

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