Version 1.4, status November 11, 2017
The parties agree that the provision of Contractual Services depends to a significant extent on the efficient and successful cooperation of the parties. In light of this, the Customer shall, among other things, fulfill the following obligations to cooperate at no cost for the Provider. In particular, the Customer shall
The Provider is exclusively liable as follows:
The Provider is authorized to have individual or the totality of its service obligations provided with the assistance of third parties (e.g. subcontractors). The Provider shall be liable for the provision of services of subcontractors as for its own actions.
In the event that provision of contractual obligations is obstructed based on a Force Majeure event, the affected party is released from the duty to fulfill the affected obligations for the duration of the Force Majeure event. The affected party must immediately inform the other party in writing of the circumstances that resulted in the occurrence of Force Majeure. The Customer is exempt from its payment obligations for as long as the Provider is obstructed from providing the Contractual Services due to Force Majeure.
The Customer’s claims for defects expire within twelve months after provision of the Contractual Service, unless the Provider has fraudulently concealed the defect in title; the statutory statute of limitations for claims for compensation for damages of the Customer remains unaffected.
Munich, November 11, 2017