Camino de la montura 28
11130 Chiclana de la Frontera
Mobile phone: (0034) 609323347
Tax number: CIF ES B72330137
Purchase tax no.: CIF ES B72330137
Business owner: Sabine Wesseln
CEO: Sabine Wesseln
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General Terms and Conditions between broker and customer as consumer
1 Forwarding prohibition
All information, including the broker's property records, is expressly intended for the customer. It is expressly forbidden to this to pass on the object proofs and object information to third parties without the express consent of the broker, which must be given in writing beforehand. If a customer violates this obligation and the third party or other persons to whom the third party has passed on the information conclude the main contract, the customer is obliged to pay the broker the commission agreed with him plus value added tax.
2 Duplication of activities
The broker may act for both the seller and the buyer.
3 Owner information
The broker points out that the property information passed on by him comes from the seller or from a third party commissioned by the seller and has not been checked by him, the broker, for its correctness. It is the customer's responsibility to check these details for accuracy. The broker, who only passes this information on, does not assume any liability for the correctness.
4 Duty to inform
The client (owner) is obliged to ask the broker before concluding the intended contract of sale, stating the name and address of the intended contractual partner, whether the intended contractual partner was brought in by his activity. The client hereby authorises the broker to inspect the land register, official documents, in particular construction files, as well as all information and inspection rights vis-à-vis the property manager to which the client is entitled as condominium owner.
5 Replacement and follow-up business
The client is also obliged to pay a fee in accordance with our agreed commission rates in the event of a replacement transaction. Such a situation exists, for example, if the client learns another opportunity to conclude the main contract in connection with the activity performed by the broker from his potential main contractual partner proven by the broker or concludes the main contract with the legal successor of the potential main contractual partner via the proven opportunity or purchases the proven object by purchase instead of renting, leasing or vice versa. In order to trigger the commission obligation for substitute transactions, it is not necessary that the transaction subject to commission must be economically equivalent to the originally planned transaction in the sense of the conditions developed by the jurisdiction to the concept of economic identity.
6 Reimbursement of expenses
The customer is obliged to reimburse the broker for the verifiable expenses incurred in fulfilling the order (e.g. advertisements, Internet presence, telephone costs, postage, property inspections and travel costs) if a contract is not concluded.
7 Limitation of liability
The liability of the broker is limited to grossly negligent or intentional conduct, as long as the customer does not suffer physical injury or lose his life through the behaviour of the broker.
8 Limitation of actions
The period of limitation for all claims for damages of the customer against the broker is 3 years. It begins at the time when the act triggering the obligation to pay damages has been committed. Should the statutory statute of limitations lead to a shorter statute of limitations for the broker in individual cases, these shall apply.
9 Place of jurisdiction
If the broker and the customer are registered traders within the meaning of the German Commercial Code, the place of performance for all obligations and claims arising from the contractual relationship and the place of jurisdiction shall be the registered office of the broker.
10 Severability Clause
Should one or more of the above provisions be invalid, this shall not affect the validity of the remaining provisions. This also applies if one part of a provision is invalid, but another part is valid. The invalid provision shall be replaced by a provision between the parties which comes closest to the economic interests of the contracting parties and otherwise does not run counter to the contractual agreements.
Guidelines for the preparation of individual agreements
Freely negotiated contracts, so-called individual contracts, always take precedence over general terms and conditions. Since brokerage contract law is permeated by the principle of contractual freedom, all agreements can be made effectively by individual contracts up to the limits of immorality, illegality and abuse. However, individual agreements are very difficult to draw up. The individual contract must be freely negotiated in order to determine, discuss, clarify and formulate and sign by mutual agreement the different interests, ideas and opinions of the parties. Individual agreements are very difficult to draw up. The individual contract must be freely negotiated in order to determine, discuss, clarify and formulate and sign by mutual agreement the different interests, ideas and opinions of the parties. This is the golden compromise to be negotiated. The broker has to disclose everything to his client, which normally does not grant him the commission, which he, however, would like to successfully assert by agreement with his client. This is because the broker is obliged to provide evidence for an individually negotiated clause. He must prove that the clause has really been negotiated, and he has a witness to this at his disposal during the negotiations.
Such a case may be illustrated by the example of negotiating a qualified brokerage contract: The broker submits a simplified form contract, a so-called simple brokerage contract in the form of general terms and conditions, and discusses the individual clauses with the customer and explains them to him. The simple broker's general order merely prohibits the customer from employing further brokers during the term of the contract. Then the broker explains to the customer the qualified form of the broker general contract that he would like to be consulted with prospective buyers of the client, who are to be referred to him, so that he can complete the transaction successfully and receives in the case of the offence against this agreement the full commission resulting in the case of success. This individual agreement should be handed over to the client in a special document, combined with a maximum reflection period of perhaps 2 days. If the customer countersigns this agreement, the individual agreement should with some certainty stand up to review by the courts.
Individual agreements and not general terms and conditions are to be concluded in the following cases:
a. When agreeing a so-called qualified brokerage contract
The so-called qualified brokerage contract restricts the freedom of the broker customer insofar and to the extent that the customer may neither call in further brokers for the duration of such a contract nor is he allowed to sell the property himself. The prohibition of the own transaction means that during the term of the qualified brokerage order only the broker is entitled to prove and mediate the object who has concluded the contract with the customer and the customer has to refer all interested parties whom he finds himself or who approach him because of the purchase of the object to his commissioned broker, to involve the broker so that he can successfully conclude the transaction between seller and buyer. This case is usually connected with the further agreement that in the event of a breach of the agreed inclusion and referral clause, the client shall pay the full commission.
b. At the acquisition of the property in the foreclosure sale
An individual agreement must be made to secure the broker's commission in the event of the acquisition of the customer's property by way of forced sale. This is necessary because the brokerage contract law grants the broker a commission claim for the proof or the mediation of a contract (§ 652 I S. 1 BGB), but not for the acquisition of the property within the scope of a sovereign act, namely the knockdown in the forced auction. This does not change the fact that the economic result is achieved in the same way when the land is acquired.
c. In the case of the so-called interdependencies
If the customer promises the broker a commission in knowledge of circumstances that prevent the broker from charging a commission, then the customer must pay the commission. Interdependencies usually require the successful conclusion of the transaction, the legally effective notarial contract. However, they find their deficiency in the causal context. As a rule, these are agreements regarding remuneration which, according to the will of the parties, are to be independent of a causal activity of the broker within the meaning of § 652 I sentence 1 ("as a result"). In the case of such a commission promise, the customer is aware of the links between the broker and the fact that the broker cannot receive any commission in these cases. d. For non-performance-related commission promises
The payment of a commission independent of success contradicts the model of the brokerage contract right. Because the brokerage contract presupposes a broker customer who is free in his decisions and who only has to pay the commission in the event of success, i.e. with the legally effective conclusion of the notarial contract. Therefore, a commission independent of success can never be guaranteed by pre-formulated general terms and conditions, but always only by individual agreements. For this there is a fire-new decision of the Federal High Court of 12.10.2006 to the file number III ZR 331/04, in which the BGH clarified that the statement of a customer, it is paid with a sales of the house in each case a commission to the broker, such independent success-independent commission promise can represent, even if the contract comes finally without the broker. A condition is that the broker did something at all, as for instance to provide an Exposee. Only if any consideration of the broker is missing, a donation promise could be present, which would be ineffective without notarial certification.
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Users have the following legal right of revocation:
You can revoke your contractual declaration in written form (e.g. letter, fax, email) within 14 days without providing a reason. This period beings after receipt of these instructions in written form, but not before the contract has been concluded and also not before our information obligations have been fulfilled in accordance with Article 246 Â§ 2 in connection with Â§ 1 para. 1 and 2 EGBGB as well as our duties in accordance with Â§ 312e para. 1 sentence 1 BGB in connection with article 246 Â§ 3 EGBGB. The timely dispatch of the notice of revocation shall be deemed sufficient for compliance with the revocation period.
The revocation should be sent
Maras World of Horses - by Maras World Solutions S.L.
Camino de la montura 28
11130 Chiclana de la Frontera
Mobile phone: (0034) 609323347
You may, but do not have to, use the enclosed sample cancellation form.
Consequences of Revocation
In the case of an effective revocation, the services received by both sides must be returned and any benefits received (e.g. interest) reimbursed. If it is not possible to return the service provided in part or in full or if it can only be returned in a deteriorated condition, then it is possible that you will have to provide compensation for loss of value. This could mean that you will have to fulfill the contractual payment obligations for the time period leading up to the revocation. Obligations for reimbursing payments must be fulfilled within 30 days. The period begins for you upon dispatch of the notice of revocation and for us upon receipt of the same.
Your right of revocation will expire prematurely if the contract has been executed in full by both parties at your explicit request prior to your exercising your right of revocation.