Forms and legal classification of leasing contracts III

Introduction: Both real estate and movable assets (movables) can be considered as objects for financing through leasing. In the management of real estate there is always the acquisition of equipment, machinery, vehicles, for which the question of financing arises. This article gives an overview in its three parts and thus helps the house owner and […]

Forms and legal classification of leasing contracts II

0. Introduction Both real estate and movable assets (movables) can be considered as objects for financing through leasing. In the management of real estate there is always the acquisition of equipment, machinery, vehicles, for which the question of financing arises. This article gives an overview in its three parts and thus helps the house owner […]

Forms and legal classification of leasing contracts I

by Johannes Fiala, lawyer 0. Introduction Both real estate and movable assets (movables) can be considered as objects for financing via leasing. In the management of real estate there is always the acquisition of equipment, machinery, vehicles, where the question of financing arises. This article gives an overview in its three parts and thus helps […]

Reversal of insurance policies for capital & financial investment

Why you should cancel an insurance policy After taking out an insurance policy, there are Insured persons have two options contractual relationship with your insurer to terminate the contract: On the one hand, the contract can be terminated – like any contract- under Compliance with the legal deadlines informal and on the other hand, it […]

Tenancy law

Tenancy law jungle and pre-programmed dispute In Germany, only just under 50% of the population live in their own four walls, which puts this country in second-to-last place in Europe as far as the home ownership rate is concerned. This not only means that half of the inhabitants of this country are in a tenancy […]

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Lawyer for banking law in Munich

Banking law: errors in advice, credit traps and more As a lawyer for banking law, I know that a bank has been part of our daily life since our earliest childhood. Just remember your first savings book, which you probably got at primary school from the nice savings bank advisor next door. We withdraw money, […]

BGB-Leibrenten as the better alternative to private pension insurance

In some city archives historians find records of an annuity purchase – like these. What is behind it and what does it mean for us?   Since then In the 13th century, the purchase of annuities was the predominant credit business of the Middle Ages. The future pensioner bought the right to receive a life […]

Compensation from the intermediary after change of cover or change of insurer

The Federal Court of Justice (BGH, ruling of 26 August 2018, file no. I ZR 274/16) expects the plaintiff, who feels that he has suffered damage after the re-coverage of life insurance policies, to present facts from which the probability of damage can be deduced for a declaratory action.   An action for a declaratory […]

Statutorily insured without occupational abandonment

The most important information on compulsory health insurance and pension insurance for the self-employed The Federal Social Court (BSG, ruling of 29.07.2015, Ref. B 12 KR 4/13 R) ruled that the mere performance of duties as a body of a corporation (AG, GmbH) without further active involvement in the GmbH beyond that does not constitute […]