Contract withdrawal

In case of default of acceptance (e.g. withdrawal of the bank transfer) or other important reasons (e.g. cash on delivery payment was agreed), such as in particular insolvency of the customer or rejection of bankruptcy for lack of assets, as well as in case of default of payment of the customer, we are entitled to withdraw from the contract, provided that it has not yet been completely fulfilled by both parties. In the event of withdrawal, we shall be entitled, if the customer is at fault, to choose between claiming liquidated damages of 15% of the gross invoice amount or compensation for the actual damage incurred. In the event of default in payment by the customer, we shall be released from all further performance and delivery obligations and shall be entitled to withhold any outstanding deliveries or services and to demand advance payments or securities or to withdraw from the contract after setting a reasonable grace period. If the customer - without being entitled to do so - withdraws from the contract or requests its cancellation, we shall have the choice of insisting on the fulfillment of the contract or agreeing to the cancellation of the contract; in the latter case, the customer shall be obliged to pay, at our discretion, liquidated damages amounting to 15% of the gross invoice amount or the actual damage incurred. In the case of distance contracts (§§ 5a ff Consumer Protection Act), the consumer may withdraw from the contract within 7 working days, whereby Saturdays do not count as working days. The period begins with the day of receipt of the goods by the consumer or, in the case of services, with the day of conclusion of the contract. It is sufficient to send the declaration of withdrawal within this period. Deviating from the applicable provisions of § § 5a ff Consumer Protection Act, you can withdraw from your contract within 7 days!