§ 9 Warranty
- The statutory provisions are in effect.
- Should the customer be a entrepreneur the following differences to para. 1. will be in effect:
- The customer is obligated to immediately and carefully check the performed services for faults and, in case that errors are found, notify the provider within seven days following the discovery or first possibility of contact. To ensure the adherence to the time limit timely sending is sufficient. This also applies to faults that are found later. In case of infringement on the requirement to make a complaint in respect of a defect immediately on receipt of the goods the customers right to make enforcements is void. §377 HGB is in effect as appropriate.
- The warranty period is one year following the provision of service. The shortened warranty period is not applicable for damages to life, body or health due to negligence on part of the provider, damages from highly negligent or deliberate behaviour resp. malice of the provider or recoveries in accordance with § 478, 479 BGB.