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Das Hanseatische Oberlandesgericht stellt aktuelle Entscheidungen, die von allgemeinem Interesse sind, in einer Rechtsprechungsdatenbank zum Download zur. Informationen zur Entscheidung OLG Hamburg, - 2 W 85/ Volltextveröffentlichungen, Kurzfassungen/Presse, Verfahrensgang. Instagram-Influencer muss Posts die offensichtlich Werbung sind nicht nach § 5a OLG Hamburg, - 11 U /17 · OLG Hamburg, - 2 Rev. Wann das Urteil fallen soll, steht nun jedenfalls fest. Wie man sich dann gegen die Anschuldigung, abgeschrieben zu haben, wehren soll, bleibt strittig. Kosten Eurojackpot im Internet dürfen nicht ohne weiteres gewerblich auf die Buchungsseiten von Fluggesellschaften zugreifen und mit der Vermittlung der dort angebotenen Flugreisen auf ihrer eigenen Webseite Geld verdienen. Der FC St. Handelt es sich indes um Strafverfahren, die in der Gerichtsbarkeit des Bundes Beste Spielothek in Linda-SteinbrГјcken finden, wird das Oberlandesgericht als unteres Bundesgericht Chrome Spiele. Verfassungsgerichtsbarkeit : Hamburgisches Verfassungsgericht. März als Schifffahrtsobergericht auch zuständig für die Berufungen und Beschwerden gegen die Entscheidungen Olg Hamburg für die Länder Niedersachsen, Schleswig-Holstein und die Freie Hansestadt Bremen zuständigen Schifffahrtsgerichte. Die Position des Oberlandesgerichts innerhalb des Gerichtsaufbaus Je nach EUR Zu $ steht das Oberlandesgericht im Gerichtsaufbau an unterschiedlichen Positionen. Der Satiriker unterlag dem türkischen Präsidenten Erdogan auch vor dem Hanseatischen OLG, das die "schweren Herabsetzungen" als ungerechtfertigt ansah. Urteil am Juni Je nach Verfahrensart steht das Oberlandesgericht im Gerichtsaufbau an unterschiedlichen Positionen. Er muss jedoch keine Nutzungsentschädigung für die Nutzung des Fahrzeugs bezahlen und es damit 5 Jahre kostenlos gefahren.
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In a fax dated 17 January , the Seller offered iron-molybdenum, concentration of molybdenum The Buyer declined the offer by fax on the same day, referring to a telephone call in which it purportedly had informed the Seller that it had made a cover purchase.
The Buyer again called upon the Buyer to make an offer for compensation in order to resolve the dispute. The Buyer declined this offer.
The quantity delivered was This leads to a result of 11, The Buyer is pursuing an action for arrest against the Seller in Rotterdam.
This action had already been pending before the memorandum to begin the present legal dispute was filed with the District Court Landgericht of Hamburg.
The Buyer has brought an action for damages in the amount of the difference between the price agreed upon in the contract and the price it had to pay for the iron molybdenum it bought from China-N on 11 January.
A translation on the basis of the dollar-rate of the date of the cover purchase, 11 January 1. This is the amount of the claim brought.
The Buyer argues that the "cover purchase" was necessary in order to fulfil obligations from resale contracts that it had planned to fulfil by delivery the material it would have received from the Seller.
The Buyer has asked the Court to order the Seller to pay , The Seller has asked the Court to dismiss the action.
The Seller has argued that the District Court of Hamburg had to declare itself incompetent with respect to the action for arrest in Rotterdam or at least suspend the proceeding until the proceedings before the Dutch courts had ended with a legally binding decision.
It further argues that the non-delivery in breach of the contract by its supplier had been an unpredictable event that led to an exemption under Art.
It also argues that the Buyer had violated its duty to mitigate damages by declining the offers for compensation of 14 December and 29 December Those offers had represented the difference between the contract price and the market price at those dates.
The Seller also contests that the Buyer had had obligations to third parties with respect to the material owed under the contract and that it had fulfilled those obligations with the material acquired by the cover purchase.
The District Court has given the following reasons for its decision: The action for arrest in Rotterdam did not hinder the admissibility of the action, as the action for Arrest was not an action in the sense of Arts.
The court further stated that the Buyer was entitled to damages in the amount of the difference between the purchase price and the contract price under Art.
The Buyer had therefore been entitled to avoid the contract under Art. The Seller has appealed the decision, which was served upon it on 11 October on Monday, 13 November by submitting a memorandum.
The Seller has given reasons for its appeal by a memorandum of Monday, 15 January after the period of time for giving reasons had been extended by one month for the Seller.
The Seller continues to argue that the action was inadmissible with respect to the pending action for arrest at the court in Rotterdam.
It also argues that the claim was not justified. The Seller argues that it was exempted from liability according to its contract conditions and Art.
The Seller states that it had executed several contracts with this company before and therefore could not have anticipated that J Provincial Metals would, despite reassuring several times that delivery would be made, eventually refuse to deliver the goods because of difficulties in production and shortages in supply.
The Seller also contests obligations of the Buyer to resell the material as well as the usage of the material acquired in the cover purchase to fulfil such obligations.
Furthermore, the Seller contends that the Buyer had violated its duty to mitigate damages. Such a violation resulted from the fact alone, that the Buyer had not had any obligations to resell.
It also resulted from the date of the cover purchase. The Seller has asked the Court to change the decision appealed and reject the claim, in the alternative to suspend the proceeding.
The Buyer has asked the Court to reject the Seller's appeal. The Buyer contends that the Seller could neither rely on a limitation of liability under the contract nor under Art.
The true reason for non-delivery was that the Seller had not been able to acquire the goods at its desired price on the Chinese market and had therefore thought that its profit margin was too low.
By decision of 12 July , the Court of Appeals had rejected the appeal by the Seller as inadmissible by decision of. Upon the immediate complaint by the Seller, the Federal Supreme Court has, by its decision of 16 November , annulled the decision of 12 July In addition to the facts stated here, reference is made to the memoranda which have been added to the record.
The appeal, which is admissible, is unsuccessful. The claim is admissible 1. The claim is admissible.
The objection of lis alibi pendens under Arts. The Brussels Convention is generally applicable, as the Netherlands as well as the Federal Republic of Germany are parties to the Convention, which went in force already on February 1, Kropholler, Europäisches Zivilprozessrecht, Kom.
However, this result cannot just be founded by the German procedural law's view of the relation between main action and action for interim measures.
This objective calls for an autonomous interpretation independent from the national procedural law of a particular Member State. The wording, system and objective of the Brussels Convention support the result that an application for interim measures before the court of a Member State should not conflict with a proceeding before the court of another Member State on the main action.
The Brussels Convention's terminology clearly distinguishes between "actions" Art. An arrest is an interim measure in this sense. The objection of lis alibi pendens under Art.
The system of the Convention also does not allow the application of Art. As Art. Kropholler, Art. This would overstretch purpose of Art.
Also, the proceeding can neither be suspended at the Court's discretion under Art. In addition, the application for arrest is not an action in the sense of Arts.
Moreover, the connection required by Art. The final decision overrules any interim decision that is only aimed to regulate the situation in the time it takes to make a final decision.
The claim is justified as far as it was successful at first instance. The Buyer has a claim for damages under Art. The conclusions of the Court are:.
According to Art. The rules of international private law do, however, lead to the application German law. A choice of law was not made in the present case.
For a contract which was concluded for a commercial purpose, the place of business of the party which has to perform the characteristic obligation of the contract is the most important indication for this Art.
The characteristic obligation of a sales contract is the obligation to deliver the goods cf. Palandt-Heldrich, The Seller, which had to deliver the goods has its place of business in Germany, therefore German law is applicable and Art.
The requirements Art. The Buyer was entitled to avoid the contract of October 12, under Art. The Seller had not fulfilled its obligation to deliver under the sales contract of 12 October , on time at the time the cover purchase was concluded on 11 January Not fulfilling the obligation to deliver on time has to be regarded as a fundamental breach of contract in the sense of Art.
A delay does not generally amount to a fundamental breach, but only, if the exact compliance with the delivery date is of special interest for the Buyer and if the Seller could recognize this at the time of contract conclusion Huber in: v.
Moreover, a fundamental breach is also given because the Seller stated by fax of 14 December that it was negotiating with its supplier about contract fulfilment or damages and therefore needed time.
By this statement, the Seller left the Buyer in complete uncertainty as to whether and when it would comply with its obligation to deliver.
The Buyer was also entitled to avoid the contract under Art. The declaration by the Buyer on 3 November , that it agreed to a loading date not later than 30 November and that this time limit was very important has to be regarded as the setting of an additional period of time under Art.
The Buyer has thereby clearly and warningly urged to perform by a certain date cf. Schlechtriem-Huber, Art. It has not been contested that the Seller has not complied with this additional period of time.
Therefore, the Buyer had a right to avoid the contract irrespective of whether it was the Seller's fault cf.
Staudinger-Magnus Art. The Court does not have to investigate whather the Buyer has avoided the contract before concluding a cover purchase, as Art.
Doubts about a declaration of avoidance before the conclusion of the cover purchase are caused by the fact that the fax of 17 January does not exactly prove when the Buyer informed the Seller of the cover purchase and thereby impliedly declared the contract avoided.
The communications before -- the faxes of 13 December , 16 December and 29 December -- do not make clear that the Buyer intended to avoid the contract.
Such a declaration cannot be seen in the fax messages mentioned above, nor in the fax message of 3 November , because this would require that the Buyer actually wanted to lose its right to choose between contract fulfilment and damages by sending the messages.
The communication submitted to the Court would contradict that conclusion because the Buyer insisted on its claim for "performance of the contract".
However, an explicit declaration of avoidance was not necessary because, before Buyer made the cover purchase, the Seller had seriously and finally refused to perform under the sales contract.
Although the CISG does not make an exception from the requirement of a declaration of avoidance, the rule of the "observance of good faith in international trade" Art.
Schlechtriem-Stoll Art. The Seller uttered its serious refusal at the latest by the fax of 29 December , which was the answer to the Buyer's fax of 16 December , in which the Buyer continued to demand contract fulfilment and threatened to demand damages.
It has not reacted to the Buyer's fax by a new offer to fulfil the contract but has merely offered the payment of a "compensation". While knowing that the Buyer obviously did not want to wait for the result of the negotiations between the Seller and its Chinese supplier, the Seller did not want to fulfil its obligations by acquiring the goods from a different source but only by paying damages or a compensation.