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In Germany, there is no concept that corresponds directly to public domain. You automatically hold the Urheberrecht (~ copyright) for all creative works that you make, and it can't be given up or transferred (§29 UrhG). The work only enters the Gemeinfreiheit (~public domain) 70 years after your death. You can however license Verwertungsrechte (economic ...


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If she rents the room to Bob mostly furnitured, then by default the termination period is two weeks to the end of the month. However, it is three months by default if she rents it to Bob without furniture. Is my understanding correct so far? This is covered in §573c BGB (the German civil code). By default the notice period is three months. (But is ...


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From a German perspective, it would be absolutely normal and expected that you're providing identity & contact information publicly. Per §5 TMG (Impressumspflicht / Anbieterkennzeichnung) this is required for German tele-media offerings, such as websites or email providers, even if non-commercial. Whereas for you as an upstanding and diligent email ...


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Potentially, yes. I assume you're intending to use a combination of ZIP+sequence. If the ZIP code is unique to that customer, then no problem. If the ZIP code is common to a large number of possible customers, or your sequence runs over a large number of ZIP codes, then possibly not a problem. If the ZIP code is common to a few possible customers, and ...


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My question is, whether the contract can still be canceled immediately. No. Your second bullet point is the correct conclusion. Once the automatic extension becomes effective, a claim of violation of the initial term of 2 years is moot. Paragraph 8 of the ruling reflects the relevance of identifying the period underlying the claim. A client waives the ...


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