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Exhaust gas scandal: complaint of the large customer Deutsche See against VW rejected

Friday, October 27th, 2017 | bitcoin updates

          
    
    
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             Major customer Deutsche See failed in the first instance with the desire to get back in connection with the exhaust gas scandal of VW leasing rates and maintenance costs.
            

        

        The Landgericht Braunschweig dismissed a complaint from the VW customer Deutsche See against the car manufacturer. The Bremerhaven food producer had deceived fraudulently from VW and demanded leasing and maintenance costs of 12.5 million euros. The Court of First Instance justified the decision, according to the notification, that it had not been able to establish that VW had deceived the applicant "in legal matters" during the negotiations.
The judgment is not legally binding, it is possible to appeal. The German Sea had made the procedure public from the outset, because the company thought "such behavior as VW does not show up, so Deutsche See can feel outside the legal stage as the clear winner" , The judgment is not conclusive for the Bremerhaven company; it would consult with the lawyers to the next steps, it says in a communication.
"Use not endangered" In 2010, Deutsche See GmbH concluded 471 lease agreements with Volkswagen Leasing GmbH. Almost half of the leased vehicles were equipped with an engine type EA 189, which is controlled by a software that optimizes the nitrogen emission values ​​on the technical test bench.
The company went to court in February this year, as VW had made it clear that the vehicles to be leased would not exceed the EU's stricter limit values, but at least the EU 5 limits on roadworthiness and normal road traffic. The Court of First Instance considers, however, that it is not apparent from the description of the negotiations or from the business correspondence which has been submitted that 'the defendant undertaking has made such declarations expressly or implicitly'. It must be borne in mind that the car manufacturer is neither obliged to comply with the US requirements nor the local limit values ​​outside the test bench.
For VW, there was no reason to inform Deutsche See about the fact that some of the vehicles contained the faulty software, the court further stated that the purpose of the contract, namely to use the vehicles, was not endangered. Nor was it apparent to VW that the applicant's issue of "sustainability" was not merely a secondary aspect.

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    In mid-September 2015, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) accused the Volkswagen Group of having equipped diesel cars of the years 2009 to 2015 with a software that triggers the tests on US environmental regulations. The California Air Resources Board (CARB) has also received similar results. Both authorities send complaints to VW. (In the picture: EPA headquarters in Washington, DC) (Picture: EPA)

(ANW)

      

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