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IANAL, and no tax advisor neither. The following are bits and pieces of knowledge picked up as freelancer and business owner located in Germany. I'm going to read "individual" as private individual, so a B2C contract (as opposed to the owner of a business that is not considered separate from the individual - which would be a B2B situation and very different ...


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Assumptions: the customer is in one EU-Country the freelancer is in another EU-Country The freelancer will send a bill to the customer. This bill will contain 2 tax numbers 1st: the tax number of the freelancer the country of the freelancer will get any income tax etc. due 2nd: the VAT number the country of the customer will recieve the VAT due After ...


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Even though I am not a lawyer, I am pretty sure that any German employment court would decide to use a common sense interpretation of the contract and assume "EUR 45,000" means "Forty-five thousand Euro" not "Forty-five Euro". Euro is a currency with two decimal places, not three Mixing up English and German number formats is a common mistake The English ...


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The Nuremberg Trials tried for a combination of any of the four crimes listed below: Participation in a common plan or conspiracy for the accomplishment of a crime against peace Planning, initiating and waging wars of aggression and other crimes against peace Participating in War crimes Crimes against humanity All defendants were in high positions of ...


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There is some argument to be made that "German law" consisted of whatever the Nazi Party said it was. But that is irrelevant, as the Nuremberg trials were not conducted by the Nazi regime. They were conducted by the Allies, pursuant to the Allies' laws. If someone from Saudi Arabia comes into the US and kills a gay person, "Killing gay people is not illegal ...


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Germany: Marriage between siblings is not possible due to § 1307 of the Civil Code and not (directly) because of Incest. Incest does not exist under German law between same sex couples due to the legal definition of Beischlaf used in Section 173 Incest of the Criminal Code. Incest also does not apply for mixed sex couples, when the conditions of sexual ...


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The "Quiet Hours law" is part of environmental protection laws: it regulates noise immissions. In general, what is allowed differs quite a bit depending on zoning and day vs. night. E.g. in a purely industrial area outdoor noise immission may be up to 70 dB(A) any time of the day. Whereas in hospital or nursing home zones only 45 dB(A) during the day and ...


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If it’s voluntary, it’s voluntary However, it’s possible that, if it’s always given to everyone who meets certain criteria that it would not actually be considered voluntary, that is, the contract has been varied by the repeated act of always doing the “voluntary” thing. You would have to go to court to make this argument.


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No, you are not allowed to destroy or deface other peaple's property (§ 303 StGB) the attempt to do the same is also punishable To whom it belongs to is irrelevant. The Freedom of expression is restricted by Artical 5 (2): the provisions of general laws of which § 303 StGB is only one of in the right to personal honour as well as § 185-188 Criminal ...


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Three thoughts in addition to @K-HB's and @ohwilleke's answers: From a practical point of view: you putting much further effort into searching for S doesn't make sense unless you know that the other 3 are willing to sell (or to lease Pacht/Erbpacht - if that's also an option for you): that's the only scenario where you need to get in contact with S. ...


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Allow me to paraphrase your question: Is it allowed to destroy [something I don't own]? I think the answer is now self-evident: no it isn't.


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The Law The relevant sections of the German Civil Code (BGB) for posession and protection of posession of movable things (not land) are (semi-official translation): Section 858 Unlawful interference with possession (1) A person who, against the will of the possessor, deprives the possessor of possession or interferes with the possessor’s possession ...


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7:45 PM (10 hours work, 45 minutes break) for the maximum allowed workday that starts a 9 AM. In this sense working hours means the actual time you are working (and being paid for) so a break does not belong to the working hours the working hours are being interrupted by the break A break must take place after a period of 6 hours. Insurance coverage ...


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