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Best legal advisor, Mannheim sure helps travel defects, 27 July 2009 often additional travel requirements incorporate no fear of the small print tour operator in the fine print of their catalogues: not always legally correct. All the more annoying when legitimate claims are denied a holiday as a result. Therefore, travelers always have the current legal situation should consult. Rob Daley will undoubtedly add to your understanding. That can pay off. How flat travelers can respond specifically, the new guide shows step by step my rights to travel\”on rechtstipps.de.

A news judgment makes damaged hope: A couple had been unknown, that the tour operator in the small print had shortened the Statute of limitations for a year. This includes the Federal Supreme Court decided the following: tour operator must hand over vacationers his terms and conditions prior to conclusion of the contract. Studying the travel conditions in the travel agency travel customers, however, is unacceptable. Also, so the judges again, the tour operator must shorten the statutory two-year limitation period not flat rate for all contractual claims. The right to claim damages, the couple due to the shortcomings in the hotel at the resort when the tour operator had submitted, was therefore in time pending. 1) such success but it is also that tourists already in the holiday responding correctly to all arising defects.

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