Sanctions and their effects, Part 3

Lawyer Dr. Johannes Fiala and Dipl.-Math. Peter A. Schramm have in the third part even more examples of what effects sanctions can have.   Frequent tax evasion without sanctions-Deluxe   The BGH (judgement of 30.01.1970, file no. V ZR 139/68) denied – completely in the tradition of the Reich Court – foreign (camouflage) companies with […]

Sanctions and their effects, Part 2

In the second part on sanctions and their effects, attorney Dr. Johannes Fiala and Dipl.-Math. Peter A. Schramm present further cases – from the Russian sanctions via Cuba and Turkey to the acquisition of real estate by terrorists.     Anti-terrorism lists or ordinances could also be (or are they) null and void? Regulations 881/2002 […]

Sanctions and their effects, part 1

Sanctions have been in fashion for centuries, and are being broken. The widow Barbe-Nicole Clicquot-Ponsardin, in reaction to Napoleon’s Russian campaign, was concerned with the embargo that the Russian Tsar had imposed on French products in 1812. The widow hired a Dutch ship, had it loaded with over 10,000 bottles of the 1811 vintage, and […]

Variants of immoral insurance contracts

Insurance products supervised by the Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin) may also be null and void on the grounds of immorality. This then also applies to the contract with consultants and agents. The investor therefore has no claim to be protected from receiving false advice: A release from liability without any financial loss liability (VSH). […]