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HOCM Deutschland e. V.
Initiative für Menschen mit hypertropher (obstruktiver) Kardiomyopathie (HOCM)
Kurt-Blaum-Str. 70
65934 Frankfurt am Main

Vertreten durch

Vertretungsberechtigt nach § 7 Abs. 2 der Satzung der HOCM Deutschland e. V. sind Zwei Vorstandsmitglieder, darunter der Vorsitzende Carsten Schnauß oder der stellvertretende Vorsitzende Sven Lorenz.

Kontakt

Telefon: +49 69 38039776
Telefax: +49 69 3778580
E-Mail: kontakt@hocm.de

Registereintrag

Eintragung im Vereinsregister
Registergericht: Amtsgericht Frankfurt am Main
Registernummer: VR 15874

Verantwortlich für den Inhalt nach § 55 Abs. 2 RStV

Eric Marcel de Mello
HOCM Deutschland e. V.
Erisdorfer Str. 44
70599 Stuttgart

Streitschlichtung

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