Gene­ral terms and con­di­ti­ons

§ 1 Appli­ca­bi­li­ty Agree­ment & Gene­ral

(1) All con­trac­tu­al rela­ti­onships and ser­vices of Nas­her Nego­tia­ti­on Insti­tu­te, Prof. Dr. Jack Nas­her, Niger­stra­ße 2, 81675 Munich (her­ein­af­ter “Nas­her”), in par­ti­cu­lar online trai­nings, in-house trai­nings, semi­nar events and other ser­vices, are based on the­se Gene­ral Terms and Con­di­ti­ons (her­ein­af­ter “GTC”).These are an inte­gral part of all con­tracts which Nas­her con­cludes with its con­trac­tu­al part­ners (her­ein­af­ter the “Cus­to­mer”) regar­ding the ser­vices or deli­veries offe­red by Nas­her (Nas­her and Cus­to­mer her­ein­af­ter indi­vi­du­al­ly each the “Con­trac­tu­al Part­ner” and joint­ly the “Con­trac­tu­al Part­ners”).

(2) The­se GTC shall also app­ly to all future deli­veries, ser­vices or offers made to the Cus­to­mer within the frame­work of a term con­tract, wit­hout the­se GTC having to be agreed sepa­ra­te­ly in each indi­vi­du­al case. Unless other­wi­se agreed, the­se GTC shall app­ly in the ver­si­on com­mu­ni­ca­ted upon con­clu­si­on of the term con­tract.

(3) The­se GTC shall app­ly exclu­si­ve­ly. Devia­ting, con­flic­ting or sup­ple­men­ta­ry gene­ral terms and con­di­ti­ons of the Cus­to­mer or third par­ties shall only beco­me part of the con­tract if and to the ext­ent that Nas­her has express­ly agreed to their appli­ca­ti­on in wri­ting. Gene­ral terms and con­di­ti­ons of the Cus­to­mer or third par­ties shall the­r­e­fo­re not app­ly sub­ject to express con­sent, even if Nas­her does not sepa­ra­te­ly object to their appli­ca­ti­on in the indi­vi­du­al case or refers to the exclu­si­ve appli­ca­ti­on of the­se GTC. The con­sent requi­re­ment shall app­ly in any case. In par­ti­cu­lar, Nasher’s refe­rence to a let­ter con­tai­ning or refer­ring to the gene­ral terms and con­di­ti­ons of the Cus­to­mer or a third par­ty, as well as the uncon­di­tio­nal per­for­mance or deli­very in know­ledge of the gene­ral terms and con­di­ti­ons of the Cus­to­mer or a third par­ty shall not con­sti­tu­te con­sent to the appli­ca­ti­on of tho­se gene­ral terms and con­di­ti­ons.

(4) The­se GTC app­ly in addi­ti­on to indi­vi­du­al con­tracts or offers offe­red by Nas­her. If and to the ext­ent that agree­ments made with the Cus­to­mer in indi­vi­du­al cases (inclu­ding ancil­la­ry agree­ments, sup­ple­ments and amend­ments) con­tain devia­ti­ons from the­se GTC, such devia­ti­ons shall in any case take pre­ce­dence over the­se GTC. The remai­ning pro­vi­si­ons of the­se GTC remain unaf­fec­ted.

(5) If writ­ten form is requi­red in the­se GTC, § 126 of the Ger­man Civil Code (BGB) shall app­ly. Unless indi­vi­du­al pro­vi­si­ons of the­se GTC express­ly pro­vi­de other­wi­se, the trans­mis­si­on by tele­com­mu­ni­ca­ti­on of a copy of the respec­ti­ve docu­ment, in par­ti­cu­lar by fax or as a PDF copy by e‑mail, shall be suf­fi­ci­ent to com­ply with the form requi­re­ment, pro­vi­ded that the copy of the signed declaration(s) is trans­mit­ted.

(6) Refe­ren­ces to the appli­ca­bi­li­ty of sta­tu­to­ry pro­vi­si­ons shall only have a cla­ri­fy­ing mea­ning. Even wit­hout such cla­ri­fi­ca­ti­on, the sta­tu­to­ry pro­vi­si­ons shall the­r­e­fo­re app­ly unless they are direct­ly amen­ded or express­ly excluded in the­se GTC.

§ 2 Offer & Con­clu­si­on of Con­tract

(1) The ser­vices of Nas­her dis­play­ed, adver­ti­sed and offe­red on the web­site of Nas­her or in other adver­ti­sing media or on other plat­forms do not con­sti­tu­te bin­ding offers. This shall also app­ly if docu­ments, demo acces­ses, other pro­duct descrip­ti­ons or examp­les of Nasher’s ser­vices are pro­vi­ded to the Cus­to­mer, unless the trans­mis­si­on is part of an indi­vi­du­al offer.

(2) Indi­vi­du­al offers of Nas­her shall have a peri­od of vali­di­ty and accep­tance of one month from receipt of the offer by the Cus­to­mer, unless the offer pro­vi­des other­wi­se. Nas­her may accept orders or assign­ments of the Cus­to­mer within two weeks after receipt.

(3) In the case of regis­tra­ti­ons for semi­nars, the regis­tra­ti­ons will be con­side­red in the order in which they are recei­ved, as the num­ber of par­ti­ci­pan­ts for the semi­nars is limi­t­ed. A con­tract is only con­cluded with the con­fir­ma­ti­on of regis­tra­ti­on by Nas­her by e‑mail. Regis­tra­ti­on can be made via the Inter­net, in excep­tio­nal cases also by tele­pho­ne, in wri­ting, by fax or e‑mail.

(4) The legal rela­ti­onship bet­ween Nas­her and the Cus­to­mer shall be gover­ned by the writ­ten con­tract for the pro­vi­si­on of a ser­vice by Nas­her inclu­ding the­se GTC. The con­tract shall reflect in full all agree­ments bet­ween the con­trac­ting par­ties on the sub­ject mat­ter of the con­tract. Sub­si­dia­ry agree­ments and sup­ple­ments to the con­cluded con­tract must at least be in text form (e.g. e‑mail), unless other­wi­se pro­vi­ded for in the­se GTC. § 1 para. 5 of the­se GTC remains unaf­fec­ted.

(5) In devia­ti­on from the abo­ve para­graph 4 sen­tence 1, it shall also be suf­fi­ci­ent for the con­clu­si­on of the con­tract if an indi­vi­du­al offer of Nas­her not signed by hand is retur­ned signed by the Cus­to­mer, wher­eby also in this case the trans­mis­si­on by tele­com­mu­ni­ca­ti­on, in par­ti­cu­lar by fax or as a PDF copy by e‑mail, shall be suf­fi­ci­ent, pro­vi­ded that the copy of the signed decla­ra­ti­on is trans­mit­ted. § 1 para. 5 of the­se GTC shall remain unaf­fec­ted.

§ 3 Pri­ces, Terms of Pay­ment & Due Date

(1) The agreed pri­ces shall app­ly to the scope of ser­vices or deli­veries lis­ted in the signed con­tract, other­wi­se in the offer or in the order con­fir­ma­ti­on of Nas­her. Sub­se­quent­ly orde­red chan­ge requests and addi­tio­nal ser­vices (inclu­ding addi­tio­nal or spe­cial ser­vices) may be char­ged sepa­ra­te­ly.

(2) All pri­ces are quo­ted in euros plus sta­tu­to­ry value added tax and any pack­a­ging cos­ts. Any expen­ses incur­red in the inte­rest of the cus­to­mer (e.g. appli­ca­ti­on and regis­tra­ti­on fees) shall be reim­bur­sed sepa­ra­te­ly. In the event of bil­ling on an hour­ly basis, the time requi­red for the pro­vi­si­on of the ser­vice sta­ted in advan­ce shall be based on esti­ma­ted values; the actu­al amount of work incur­red shall be decisi­ve.

(3) In the case of term con­tracts, the ser­vices of Nas­her shall be invoi­ced month­ly at the begin­ning of the fol­lo­wing month, unless other­wi­se agreed. In the case of indi­vi­du­al orders, chan­ge requests and addi­tio­nal ser­vices Nasher’s per­for­mance shall in prin­ci­ple be invoi­ced after the per­for­mance of the ser­vice. Nas­her shall, howe­ver, be entit­led to pro­vi­de ser­vices only against par­ti­al or full advan­ce pay­ment or pro­vi­si­on of secu­ri­ty; this shall app­ly in par­ti­cu­lar in the case of orders of a lar­ger scope and amount of work, if the Cus­to­mer has been in default of pay­ment in the past or if Nas­her beco­mes awa­re of cir­cum­s­tances after con­clu­si­on of the con­tract which are likely to sub­stan­ti­al­ly redu­ce the cre­dit­wort­hi­ness of the Cus­to­mer.

(4) The invoices of Nas­her are to be paid 10 days after receipt wit­hout deduc­tions, but always befo­re the respec­ti­ve semi­nar date, other­wi­se the­re is no per­mis­si­on to par­ti­ci­pa­te in the semi­nar. The date of receipt by Nas­her is decisi­ve for the date of pay­ment. Pay­ment by check is excluded.

(5) If the Cus­to­mer fails to make pay­ment when due, the out­stan­ding amounts shall bear inte­rest from the due date at a rate of 9 per­cen­ta­ge points abo­ve the base inte­rest rate; the right to cla­im hig­her inte­rest and fur­ther dama­ges in the event of default as well as the sta­tu­to­ry flat rate pur­su­ant to Sec­tion 288 (5) of the Ger­man Civil Code shall remain unaf­fec­ted. Fur­ther­mo­re, Nas­her shall be entit­led to sus­pend the work car­ri­ed out by it until receipt of pay­ment. If the pay­ment dead­line is excee­ded more than three times, this shall con­sti­tu­te an important reason within the mea­ning of §§ 314, 626 BGB and shall entit­le Nas­her to ter­mi­na­te the Term Con­tract wit­hout noti­ce if, also taking into account the other cir­cum­s­tances, Nas­her can­not reason­ab­ly be expec­ted to adhe­re to the con­tract. Claims alre­a­dy incur­red shall remain due for pay­ment in the event of ter­mi­na­ti­on of the con­tract. Nasher’s right to with­draw from an indi­vi­du­al order shall be deter­mi­ned in accordance with the sta­tu­to­ry pro­vi­si­ons.

(6) Off­set­ting against coun­ter­claims of the cus­to­mer or the reten­ti­on of pay­ments due to such claims shall only be per­mis­si­ble if the coun­ter­claims are undis­pu­ted or have been legal­ly estab­lished.

(7) Fac­to­ring / pay­ment infor­ma­ti­on: The con­trac­tu­al part­ner is infor­med that the claims ari­sing from the order can be assi­gned to Meri­diem Finanz GmbH, Kies­he­cker Weg 240, 40468 Düs­sel­dorf, as well as to a refi­nan­cing insti­tu­ti­on, wher­eby the­se com­pa­nies are then also entit­led to store, pro­cess or use the data rela­ted to the assi­gned claims and to obtain infor­ma­ti­on from SCHUFA Hol­ding AG in Wies­ba­den, in com­pli­ance with the pro­vi­si­ons of data pro­tec­tion law. Mail: Tel: 06331 53 18 65 2 The con­trac­tu­al part­ner is awa­re that pay­ments are to be made exclu­si­ve­ly to the pay­ment account spe­ci­fied on the invoices.

§ 4 Requests for chan­ges & reser­va­ti­on of right to chan­ge

(1) Nasher’s offer is con­ti­nuous­ly updated. On the web­site of Nas­her all infor­ma­ti­on is pro­vi­ded up to date. Nas­her express­ly reser­ves the right to make neces­sa­ry adjus­t­ments or devia­ti­ons in the con­tent and metho­do­lo­gy of semi­nars and other ser­vices wit­hout chan­ging the sub­ject and the over­all cha­rac­ter of the semi­nar in ques­ti­on.

(2) Nas­her reser­ves the right to chan­ge the date and place for orga­niza­tio­nal reasons or, in excep­tio­nal cases, to refer or switch enti­re­ly to online dates and online ser­vices.

(3) The signed con­tract shall be decisi­ve for the scope, type and qua­li­ty of the ser­vices, other­wi­se the offer or the order con­fir­ma­ti­on of Nas­her. Requests for chan­ges in rela­ti­on to the con­trac­tual­ly agreed ser­vice of Nas­her and addi­tio­nal ser­vices that go bey­ond the con­trac­tual­ly agreed ran­ge of ser­vices may also be reques­ted and trans­mit­ted by e‑mail.

(4) Nas­her may refu­se chan­ge requests or addi­tio­nal ser­vices if the pro­vi­si­on of the­se ser­vices would invol­ve unre­asonable effort. Nas­her may accept or reject the chan­ge requests or addi­tio­nal ser­vices within two weeks after receipt. In the case of requests by e‑mail, the accep­tance or rejec­tion of the chan­ge requests or addi­tio­nal ser­vices by Nas­her shall also be declared by e‑mail.

(5) Addi­tio­nal remu­ne­ra­ti­on on an hour­ly basis shall be incur­red for the ful­fill­ment of the chan­ge requests or the pro­vi­si­on of the addi­tio­nal ser­vices, unless a fixed pri­ce for the chan­ges or addi­tio­nal ser­vices has been agreed bet­ween the con­trac­ting par­ties. If a fixed pri­ce had been agreed for the ori­gi­nal per­for­mance by Nas­her, Nas­her shall inform the Cus­to­mer in advan­ce of the hour­ly rate set and the addi­tio­nal cos­ts likely to be incur­red. If an hour­ly rate had alre­a­dy been agreed for the ori­gi­nal ser­vice of Nas­her, this hour­ly rate shall also app­ly to the chan­ges and addi­tio­nal ser­vices. In this case the Cus­to­mer will only be infor­med about the expec­ted dura­ti­on upon request.

(6) The time requi­red for the pro­vi­si­on of the chan­ge requests or addi­tio­nal ser­vices spe­ci­fied in advan­ce in the case of invoi­cing on an hour­ly basis shall be based on esti­ma­ted values. The actu­al amount of work shall be decisi­ve.

§ 5 Ser­vice pro­vi­si­on, dead­lines & delays

(1) Nas­her may free­ly deter­mi­ne the con­tent, man­ner, scope, time and place of the per­for­mance of the Ser­vices within the scope of what has been con­trac­tual­ly agreed. Nas­her may also use free­lan­cers and other sub­con­trac­tors in the per­for­mance of the ser­vice.

(2) In semi­nars, ins­truc­tion and exer­ci­s­es are desi­gned in such a way that an atten­ti­ve par­ti­ci­pant can achie­ve the semi­nar objec­ti­ves. A cer­tain trai­ning suc­cess is not owed.

(3) The dates sta­ted in the signed con­tract — other­wi­se the dates sta­ted in the offer or in the order con­fir­ma­ti­on of Nas­her — are bin­ding. The dates sta­ted the­r­ein shall be obser­ved by both con­trac­ting par­ties. The Cus­to­mer shall be obli­ged to pro­vi­de the data, docu­ments and infor­ma­ti­on requi­red for the per­for­mance of the ser­vices by Nas­her as soon as pos­si­ble and to per­form any other acts of coope­ra­ti­on requi­red on its part.

(4) Nas­her shall not be respon­si­ble for delays in per­for­mance due to force majeu­re and due to cir­cum­s­tances for which the Cus­to­mer is respon­si­ble and shall be entit­led to post­po­ne the per­for­mance of the affec­ted ser­vices for the dura­ti­on of the hin­drance plus a reasonable start-up and plan­ning peri­od or to refer to online cour­ses and online ser­vices. Nas­her will noti­fy the Cus­to­mer of delays in per­for­mance or chan­ges in per­for­mance due to force majeu­re. In the event of a mini­mum con­tract term, delays for which the Cus­to­mer is respon­si­ble at the begin­ning or during the term of a con­tract shall extend the mini­mum con­tract term by the delay peri­od.

(5) Ser­vices can only be used after suc­cessful pay­ment.

§ 6 Copy­right & Rights of Use

(1) Nas­her reta­ins owner­ship or copy­right of all offers and cost esti­ma­tes sub­mit­ted by it as well as docu­ments and aids made available to the Cus­to­mer in the con­text of an offer. The Cus­to­mer may not make the­se items acces­si­ble to third par­ties as such or in terms of con­tent, dis­c­lo­se them, use them hims­elf or through third par­ties or repro­du­ce them wit­hout Nasher’s express con­sent. At Nasher’s request he shall return the­se items in full to Nas­her and des­troy any copies made if they are no lon­ger requi­red by him in the ordi­na­ry cour­se of busi­ness or if nego­tia­ti­ons do not lead to the con­clu­si­on of a con­tract. Exempt­ed from this is the sto­rage of elec­tro­ni­cal­ly pro­vi­ded data for the pur­po­se of usu­al data back­up.

(2) All rights, inclu­ding tho­se of trans­la­ti­on, reprin­ting and repro­duc­tion of the trai­ning docu­ments or parts the­reof are reser­ved by Nas­her. No part of the trai­ning docu­ments may be repro­du­ced in any form — not even in part — wit­hout the writ­ten and express per­mis­si­on of Nas­her — not even for the pur­po­se of tea­ching — in par­ti­cu­lar pro­ces­sed using elec­tro­nic sys­tems, dupli­ca­ted, dis­tri­bu­ted or used for public repro­duc­tion.

(3) The ser­vices pro­vi­ded by Nas­her are legal­ly pro­tec­ted. Nas­her is exclu­si­ve­ly entit­led to the copy­right, any patent rights, trade­mark rights and other intellec­tu­al pro­per­ty rights.

(4) The Cus­to­mer shall recei­ve the simp­le, non-trans­fera­ble right, unli­mi­t­ed in time and space, to use the pro­ducts crea­ted for the Cus­to­mer by Nas­her in accordance with the pur­po­se of the con­tract. The right of use shall con­ti­nue to exist bey­ond the dura­ti­on of the con­trac­tu­al rela­ti­onship. The Cus­to­mer is only entit­led to use the ser­vices pro­vi­ded by Nas­her its­elf in its own busi­ness and for its own pur­po­ses and may not pass them on or resell them to third par­ties wit­hout the pri­or writ­ten con­sent of Nas­her; the excep­ti­on to this is the pas­sing on of ser­vices which, accor­ding to their pur­po­se, are inten­ded for dis­tri­bu­ti­on to third par­ties (e.g. news­let­ters). If the Cus­to­mer vio­la­tes this or if the Cus­to­mer does not com­ply with his pay­ment obli­ga­ti­ons pur­su­ant to § 3 of the­se GTC even after set­ting a reasonable dead­line, the right of use shall expi­re or be sus­pen­ded for the peri­od of the breach of con­tract and Nas­her shall be entit­led to pro­hi­bit the use of its works pro­tec­ted by intellec­tu­al pro­per­ty rights.

(5) The Cus­to­mer war­rants that he has all rights to modi­fy and publish texts, fonts, images and all other copy­right pro­tec­ted mate­ri­als which he makes available to Nas­her for use in its adver­ti­sing or in its online store. He fur­ther war­rants that he has the right to trans­fer the rights of use of such mate­ri­al to Nas­her for Nas­her to publish such mate­ri­al on his behalf on its web­site or in its online store. Any lia­bi­li­ty of Nas­her ari­sing from the inf­rin­ge­ment of pro­per­ty rights, copy­rights and rights of use or other intellec­tu­al pro­per­ty rights of third par­ties in respect of the mate­ri­als made available by the Cus­to­mer shall be excluded.

(6) If the Cus­to­mer is sub­ject to spe­cial labe­l­ing obli­ga­ti­ons when using mate­ri­al pro­tec­ted by copy­right or other intellec­tu­al pro­per­ty rights (e.g. licen­sing requi­re­ments in the case of so-cal­led stock images), the Cus­to­mer must express­ly inform Nas­her of this and pro­vi­de appro­pria­te ins­truc­tions for action.

(7) If Nas­her does not recei­ve any fur­ther infor­ma­ti­on on the trans­mit­ted mate­ri­al, it may assu­me that it can use this mate­ri­al free­ly for the Cus­to­mer. This includes chan­ging, sup­ple­men­ting or shor­tening the con­tent of texts, crop­ping, sup­ple­men­ting, ali­en­ating or chan­ging images and other mate­ri­al pro­tec­ted by copy­right or other intellec­tu­al pro­per­ty rights in the inte­rests of the Cus­to­mer and publi­shing them in the Customer’s name wit­hout citing sources.

§ 7 Can­cel­la­ti­ons and right of revo­ca­ti­on

(1) Bey­ond any right of can­cel­la­ti­on, regis­tra­ti­ons for semi­nars can be can­cel­led up to 6 weeks befo­re the start of the semi­nar, but the obli­ga­ti­on to pay 50% of the fee remains. Alter­na­tively, in lieu of the 50% fee, the­re is the opti­on to attend an appro­ved alter­na­te date. If a regis­tra­ti­on is later can­cel­led or a no-show for the semi­nar, the full semi­nar fee is due. Howe­ver, this does not app­ly if a sub­sti­tu­te par­ti­ci­pant is arran­ged. In case of reboo­king to ano­ther date less than 6 weeks befo­re the start of the semi­nar, a reboo­king fee of 175 € plus VAT per semi­nar day will be char­ged.

(2) Nas­her reser­ves the right to can­cel the event for orga­niza­tio­nal reasons (e.g. if the mini­mum num­ber of par­ti­ci­pan­ts is not rea­ched or the spea­k­er is unable to attend due to ill­ness or force majeu­re) up to one week befo­re the sche­du­led date. In case of a can­cel­la­ti­on by Nas­her, the­re is the opti­on to can­cel within two weeks or alter­na­tively to choo­se an alter­na­ti­ve date. Fur­ther claims do not exist. In the event of can­cel­la­ti­on by the cus­to­mer due to can­cel­la­ti­on by Nas­her, Nas­her shall only bear 50% of the neces­sa­ry non-can­celable cos­ts incur­red by the cus­to­mer (e.g. for any hotel boo­kings).
(3) Any right of revo­ca­ti­on shall expi­re upon com­mence­ment of the con­tract, par­ti­ci­pa­ti­on in a semi­nar or upon com­mence­ment and call-off of the ser­vice by the cus­to­mer.

§ 8 War­ran­ty, Lia­bi­li­ty, Limi­ta­ti­on of Actions

(1) Unless other­wi­se pro­vi­ded for in the­se GTC inclu­ding the fol­lo­wing pro­vi­si­ons, the Customer’s war­ran­ty rights and Nasher’s lia­bi­li­ty in the event of a breach of con­trac­tu­al and non-con­trac­tu­al obli­ga­ti­ons shall be deter­mi­ned in accordance with the sta­tu­to­ry pro­vi­si­ons.

(2) Nas­her shall be lia­ble for dama­ges — irre­spec­ti­ve of the legal grounds — within the scope of fault lia­bi­li­ty in the event of intent and gross negli­gence. In other cases Nas­her shall be lia­ble — unless other­wi­se pro­vi­ded for in para. 3 — only for dama­ge ari­sing from the breach of a mate­ri­al con­trac­tu­al obli­ga­ti­on; in this case, howe­ver, lia­bi­li­ty shall be limi­t­ed to com­pen­sa­ti­on for the fore­seeable, typi­cal­ly occur­ring dama­ge. Sen­ten­ces 1 and 2 shall also app­ly in the case of brea­ches of duty by per­sons who­se fault Nas­her is respon­si­ble for accor­ding to sta­tu­to­ry pro­vi­si­ons (e.g. vica­rious agents).

(3) Lia­bi­li­ty for dama­ges ari­sing from inju­ry to life, body or health and under the Pro­duct Lia­bi­li­ty Act shall remain unaf­fec­ted by the abo­ve limi­ta­ti­on of lia­bi­li­ty. The afo­re­men­tio­ned limi­ta­ti­on of lia­bi­li­ty shall fur­ther­mo­re not app­ly inso­far as Nas­her has frau­du­lent­ly con­cea­led a defect or has assu­med a gua­ran­tee for the qua­li­ty of the pro­duct.

(4) Nas­her is not respon­si­ble for the con­tent pro­vi­ded by the Cus­to­mer. In par­ti­cu­lar, Nas­her is not obli­ged to check the con­tent for any legal vio­la­ti­ons.

(5) Nas­her express­ly assu­mes no war­ran­ty or respon­si­bi­li­ty for the eco­no­mic suc­cess of the ser­vices pro­vi­ded to the Cus­to­mer.

(6) The sta­tu­to­ry pro­vi­si­ons shall app­ly to the limi­ta­ti­on peri­od.

§ 9 Term con­tracts, noti­ce peri­od & con­trac­tu­al penal­ty

(1) Term con­tracts have a mini­mum con­tract term of twel­ve months, i.e. they can be ter­mi­na­ted at the ear­liest at the end of the mini­mum con­tract term. The noti­ce peri­od is one month to the end of the month.

(2) If a term con­tract is not ter­mi­na­ted, it shall be auto­ma­ti­cal­ly exten­ded by the respec­ti­ve con­tract term, howe­ver, for a maxi­mum of ano­ther twel­ve months. In the event of auto­ma­tic rene­wal, the con­tract shall be rene­wed at the most favorable pri­ce.

(3) Within the scope of the online term con­tract, the cus­to­mer recei­ves a per­so­nal licen­se and a per­so­nal right of use, which is limi­t­ed to three IP addres­ses. The dis­clo­sure of access data or con­tent to third par­ties is not per­mit­ted. Unaut­ho­ri­zed dis­clo­sure may result in the blo­cking of the customer’s user account. In this case a refund of alre­a­dy paid fees is excluded.

(4) Nas­her reser­ves the right to cla­im a con­trac­tu­al penal­ty of EUR 10,000 in the event of repea­ted and more seve­re vio­la­ti­ons of the afo­re­men­tio­ned para­graph 3.

§ 10 Pri­va­cy, Pass­word Secu­ri­ty & Avai­la­bi­li­ty

(1) Nas­her shall be entit­led to store elec­tro­ni­cal­ly the data rela­ting to the respec­ti­ve order and to pro­cess and use such data for ope­ra­tio­nal pur­po­ses in accordance with the sta­tu­to­ry pro­vi­si­ons and Nasher’s data pro­tec­tion pro­vi­si­ons.

(2) The dis­clo­sure of data to third par­ties is only per­mis­si­ble inso­far as this (for exam­p­le, when regis­tering domains or simi­lar) is the sub­ject of the con­tract or neces­sa­ry for the per­for­mance of the con­tract or dis­clo­sure is requi­red by law or by offi­ci­al order.

(3) The con­trac­tu­al part­ners are obli­ged to trans­mit pass­words, per­so­nal data and other high­ly sen­si­ti­ve infor­ma­ti­on only secu­re­ly.

(4) The sta­tu­to­ry obli­ga­ti­ons ari­sing from the Gene­ral Data Pro­tec­tion Regu­la­ti­on (EU-DSGVO), the Fede­ral Data Pro­tec­tion Act (BDSG) and the Tele­com­mu­ni­ca­ti­ons Act (TKG) shall remain unaf­fec­ted.

(5) The cus­to­mer shall not be entit­led to any claims due to tem­po­ra­ry short-term inac­ces­si­bi­li­ty of the online ser­vices, in par­ti­cu­lar within the scope of term con­tracts.

§ 11 Juris­dic­tion, Choice of Law and Media­ti­on

(1) The con­trac­tu­al rela­ti­onship bet­ween Nas­her and the Cus­to­mer shall be gover­ned by the laws of the Fede­ral Repu­blic of Ger­ma­ny to the exclu­si­on of the pro­vi­si­ons of inter­na­tio­nal pri­va­te law.

(2) For all dis­pu­tes ari­sing out of or in con­nec­tion with the con­trac­tu­al rela­ti­onship bet­ween Nas­her and the Cus­to­mer (inclu­ding tho­se con­cer­ning the exis­tence or ter­mi­na­ti­on of the con­trac­tu­al rela­ti­onship) the courts in Munich shall have exclu­si­ve juris­dic­tion in the first ins­tance. This shall app­ly irre­spec­ti­ve of whe­ther the Cus­to­mer has its regis­tered office in Ger­ma­ny or abroad.

(3) In the event of any dis­agree­ment ari­sing out of or in con­nec­tion with the con­trac­tu­al rela­ti­onship (inclu­ding any dis­agree­ment con­cer­ning the exis­tence or ter­mi­na­ti­on of the con­trac­tu­al rela­ti­onship) which they are unable to sett­le among them­sel­ves, the con­trac­ting par­ties agree to call upon a com­pe­tent media­tor at the place of juris­dic­tion befo­re resort­ing to legal action.

§ 12 Final pro­vi­si­ons

(1) Amend­ments and sup­ple­ments to all con­tracts must be made in wri­ting to be effec­ti­ve, unless ano­ther legal form requi­re­ment exists. This shall also app­ly to amend­ments to this para­graph.

(2) Should any pro­vi­si­on of the­se GTC or any pro­vi­si­on incor­po­ra­ted in them in the future be whol­ly or par­ti­al­ly inva­lid or unen­forceable or later lose its vali­di­ty or enforcea­bi­li­ty, the vali­di­ty of the GTC shall not be affec­ted ther­eby.

(3) The same shall app­ly inso­far as con­tracts bet­ween the con­trac­ting par­ties con­tain a loopho­le. In place of the inva­lid or unen­forceable pro­vi­si­ons or to fill the gap, an appro­pria­te pro­vi­si­on shall app­ly which comes as clo­se as pos­si­ble to what the con­trac­ting par­ties inten­ded or would have inten­ded accor­ding to the mea­ning and pur­po­se of the con­tract if they had con­side­red the point when con­clu­ding this con­tract or when sub­se­quent­ly inclu­ding a pro­vi­si­on.

(4) The severa­bi­li­ty clau­se in para. 2 of the­se GTC shall not be unders­tood as a rever­sal of the bur­den of pro­of, but rather as a wai­ver of § 139 BGB.

Sta­tus: 18.08.2023