of Dr.Clauder solutions for pets GmbH (Dr.Clauder)

The following General Terms and Conditions of Business (GTC) shall apply exclusively upon conclusion of the contract. Deviating or supplementing terms and conditions of the contract partner shall only become an integral part of the contract if these are submitted to Dr Clauder with an order, and Dr.Clauder does not object to the GTC of the partner.

These GTC shall also apply to all future contracts of purchase with the contract partner.

These GTC shall apply only with respect to companies, juridical persons under public law and public-law special funds as defined in Section 310 Subsection 1 BGB (German Civil Code).

Section 2 – Conclusion of contract, content of performance, written form

Order forms signed by the contract partner are to be understood as an offer by the contract partner, unless it is recognisable in individual cases, for example through signature by both parties, that immediate conclusion of contract has been agreed. In the case of business transactions in Germany, Dr.Clauder can accept such an offer within two weeks, in the case of business transactions involving other countries within four weeks.

The performance content owed shall result finally from the written order confirmation from Dr.Clauder or, in the event of immediate conclusion of contract (Number 1), from the respective purchase slip.

Delivery and sale shall be in the name of and for the account of Dr.Clauder.

All agreements as well as any retrospective supplementing or deviating additional agreements will only be effective if made in writing. The same shall apply to cancellation of the requirement of the written form.

Section 3 – Payment terms, offsetting, right of retention

Based on the respectively valid pricelist, all information provided by Dr.Clauder shall apply as net prices, excluding delivery and transport costs incurred and plus value added tax at the respectively applicable statutory rate.

All payments to Dr.Clauder are due immediately and without deduction upon delivery. Periods for payment shown on invoices shall not apply as a ruling on the due date. Dr.Clauder is entitled to demand interest of 8% above the respective base rate of interest as from the due date.

In the event of default on payment, Dr.Clauder reserves the right to assert farther-reaching damages. Default on payment shall apply in particular if the contract partner does not pay within the period for payment. The immediate calling due shall render a payment reminder from Dr.Clauder unnecessary. Based on the immediate due date for payment, Dr.Clauder shall be entitled to demand not only the interest after the due date in the event of exceeding of the period for payment, but also default interest as well as to invoice administration costs of 10.00 euros per payment reminder.

Employees or other persons authorised by Dr.Clauder are entitled to collect payments against presentation of corresponding evidence.

Dr.Clauder is entitled to refuse all performances for which it is responsible under the business relationship, or to provide such exclusively against advance payment, for as long as the contract partner is in default on its payment obligations.

The contract partner is only entitled to offset or retain if its counterclaim is undisputed or has been established by declaratory judgment.

Section 4 – Deliveries, deadlines, default by Dr.Clauder, impossibility, objection of uncertainty

Deliveries shall be made ex-works, i.e. at the expense and risk of the contract partner.

Dr.Clauder is entitled to make partial deliveries and partial performance. Possible claims of the contract partner based on disruption of performance shall remain unaffected.

The time of delivery and performance can be seen in the order confirmation from Dr.Clauder or, in cases of immediate conclusion of contract (Section 2 Number 2, from the respective purchase slip. In the absence of any agreement to the contrary, the delivery dates stated shall apply as “approximate dates” respectively. The final dates shall be advised by Dr.Clauder with an appropriate period of advance notice.

All performance obligations of Dr.Clauder are subject to the reserve of correct and on-time delivery to Dr.Clauder. In the event of excusable late and incorrect delivery to it as well as in cases of other hindrances for which it is not responsible, for example strike, lockout, war, import and export bans, lack of energy and raw materials as well as official measures, Dr.Clauder shall be entitled to delay the delivery or performance – without falling into default – by the duration of the hindrance caused by this and within three weeks of lapsing of the hindrance for which it is not responsible.

If delivery is impossible for Dr.Clauder, the contract party shall be entitled to demand damages in accordance with the statutory provisions. Nevertheless, the claim of the contract partner to damages in addition to or instead of performance, and to reimbursement of futile expense, shall be limited to 10% of the value of that part of the delivery that cannot be used as a result of the impossibility. Farther-reaching claims of the contract partner based on impossibility of delivery are excluded. This limitation shall not apply in cases of liability based on intentional conduct, gross negligence or as a result of injury to life, limb or health. The right of the contract partner under Section 7 of the GTC shall remain unaffected.

If Dr.Clauder is obliged to provide advance performance, performance can be refused – without the occurrence of default – if, following conclusion of the contract, circumstances become recognisable that permit the conclusion that the contract partner will not be able to fulfil its counter-performance, in particular its payment obligation. In such cases, Dr.Clauder shall be entitled to set an appropriate deadline by which the contract partner is required to pay or provide collateral, step-by-step against provision of the performance. Following unsuccessful expiry of the deadline, Dr.Clauder can withdraw from the contract and demand compensation for the damage suffered or for the futile expense.

In the event of a delay in performance for which Dr.Clauder is responsible, the contract partner shall be entitled to withdraw from the contract following the setting of an appropriate deadline and unsuccessful passing of this deadline. Section 6 shall apply as regards claims for damages against Dr.Clauder based on delayed performance or non-fulfilment.

Section 5 – Warranty

The contract partner must examine the goods immediately following their delivery by Dr.Clauder, in so far as this is possible in the ordinary course of business, and must report clearly recognisable defects in writing immediately upon discovery in order to maintain the warranty rights. Reference is made to Section 377 HGB (German Commercial Code).

The warranty for newly produced items is 1 year from delivery. The expiry dates of the “use by” information shall not be affected by this.

If a hidden defect becomes recognisable within the warranty period, Dr.Clauder can provide replacement delivery or rectify the defect within an appropriate period at its discretion. If the replacement delivery or rectification within the appropriate period fails or if it is unreasonable, the contract partner shall be entitled to reduce the selling price or to withdraw from the contract.

Section 6 – Liability of Dr.Clauder

Liability of Dr.Clauder, its executive bodies, employees and vicarious agents – irrespective of the legal grounds –applies only if the damage

has been caused by culpable violation of an essential contractual obligation (cardinal obligation) in a manner endangering achievement of the purpose of the contract, or

is attributable to gross negligence or intent.

In other respects, liability for damages – irrespective of the legal grounds – is excluded.

If Dr.Clauder is liable under Number 1a) for the violation of an essential contractual obligation, without gross negligence or intent applying, liability shall be limited to the scope of damage with whose occurrence Dr.Clauder must typically have reckoned at the time of conclusion of the contract on the basis of the circumstances known to it at that time.

Dr.Clauder shall not be liable for indirect damage, consequential damage of defects and loss of profits.

The above limitations or exclusions of liability shall not apply in cases of culpable injury to life, limb or health, as regards exclusions of liability under the Product Liability Act as well as in cases of a contractually agreed, fault-independent obligation to accept responsibility.

Section 7 – Withdrawal by the contract partner

In the event of violations of obligations, the contract partner shall be required to declare to Dr.Clauder, within two weeks of a request, whether it will withdraw from the contract as a result of the violation of obligations or insist on the delivery.

If the violation of obligations for which Dr.Clauder is responsible concerns a partial performance, the contract partner can, in cases of default, defective performance and impossibility, only withdraw from the entire contract if the remaining performance is not of interest to it. In the event of justifiable defective performance, withdrawal is not possible if the violation of obligations, in particular a defect, is immaterial. A defect is immaterial not only in cases of merely immaterial deviation from the agreed quality, but also in cases of merely immaterial impairment of usability.

The right of withdrawal is excluded if the contract partner is by far predominantly responsible for the default, defective performance or impossibility, and, in cases of violation of an accessory obligation, is limited to cases in which the contract partner can no longer be reasonably expected to continue with the contract.

The right of the contract partner to withdraw in the event of partial impossibility for which neither party is responsible in accordance with Number 2 Sentence 1, shall remain unaffected.

Section 8 – Retention of title

Dr.Clauder shall reserve title to the goods delivered up until such time as full payment has been received for all current or future claims under the business relationship between it and the contract partner.

The contract partner is not permitted to pledge the item purchased or to transfer ownership of it by way of security. It is however entitled to make onward sale of the item purchased in the ordinary course of business, subject to the proviso that the claim from the onward sale shall pass to us as follows: the contract partner hereby assigns to us henceforth all claims – together with all ancillary rights – to which it is entitled against customers or third parties from the onward sale, and indeed irrespective of whether the item purchased is sold on without or following processing.

The contract partner is obliged to treat the goods, covered by our retention of title, with care. This includes in particular insuring these, at its own expense and at the value of the property, against theft, damage and destruction. The contract partner hereby assigns to Dr.Clauder henceforth all claims under the insurance policy. Dr.Clauder is entitled to demand the presentation of evidence of the existence of the insurance cover.

The contract partner must inform us immediately and in writing in the event of attachments or other intervention by third parties, so that we can file legal action in accordance with Section 771 ZPO (Code of Civil Procedure). In the event of attachments or other objections by third parties, the contract partner must immediately forward the attachment report to us as well as the affidavit concerning the identity of the item attached. The contract partner is also obliged to object immediately in all cases of attachment or seizure and to make reference to our rights. Failure to do so shall render the contract partner liable to damages with respect to us.

The contract partner can demand the release of collateral if the recoverable value of the collateral exceeds the claims still outstanding by more than 20%. Dr.Clauder is entitled to choose which collateral to release.

Section 9 – Disposal of packaging via an industry solution (Section 6 Subsection 2 VerpackV (Packing Regulation))

The customer hereby confirms that – as a point of occurrence equivalent to private households in accordance with Section 3 Subsection 11 Sentence 2 and 3 VerpackV – it will join and participate in the industry solution, set up on our instructions with regard to all sales packaging delivered by us as from 01.01.2015 and incurred by it.

Number 9.1 shall not apply if and in so far as the customer actively objects to participation in the industry solution.

Section 10 – Confidentiality

The contract partner undertakes to maintain indefinite secrecy concerning all information and data that becomes accessible to it within the scope of the business relationship and which is marked as confidential, or which is recognisable as confidential, in particular as business or company secrets, on the basis of other circumstances, and – in so far as not required for achievement of the purpose of the contract – not to record such, forward it to third parties or use it in any way. Corresponding obligations must be imposed on employees as well as third parties involved.

Section 11 – Other provisions

Place of jurisdiction for all disputes arising from the business relationship is the Local Court Duisburg. The contractual relationships between Dr.Clauder and the contract partner shall be governed exclusively by the law of the Federal Republic of Germany.

Last amended Mai 2018

General Terms and Conditions of Business

of king4pets GmbH

I. General Part

1. preamble

1.1 The following General Terms and Conditions govern the contractual relationship between us, the commercially trading

King4Pets GmbH
represented by Malte Hübers, Alexander Gerards
Auf dem Stemmingholt 41
46499 Hamminkeln

and customers.

We can be reached at the following contact details:
Tel: 02856 9093 900
1.2 The contractual language is German.

2. definitions

2.1 A merchant is either a person who operates a commercial enterprise or a person who has the name of his enterprise entered in the Commercial Register.
2.2 A commercial enterprise is any business unless the nature or extent of the business does not require a business set up in a commercial manner.
2.3 An entrepreneur is a natural or legal person or a partnership with legal capacity who, when concluding a legal transaction, acts in the exercise of his commercial or independent professional activity.
2.4 A consumer is any natural person who enters into a legal transaction for purposes that can predominantly be attributed neither to his commercial nor to his independent professional activity.
2.5 A distance contract within the meaning of these GTC is a contract for the delivery of goods or the provision of services concluded between an entrepreneur and a consumer using exclusively means of distance communication, unless the conclusion of the contract does not take place within the framework of a distribution or service system organised for distance selling.
2.6 Means of distance communication are means of communication that can be used to initiate or conclude a contract without the simultaneous physical presence of the contracting parties, in particular letters, catalogues, telephone calls, telecopies, e-mails as well as broadcasting, tele- and media services.
2.7 Contractual text within the meaning of these GTC is the product description resulting from our internet presentation and the content of the online order. The order confirmation sent by us on the Internet portal is not itself the text of the contract, but merely confirms receipt of the order.
2.8 Text form is a legible declaration in which the person making the declaration is named, which has been made on a durable data medium.
2.9 A durable medium is any medium that enables the recipient to keep or store a declaration on the medium addressed to him personally in such a way that it is accessible to him for a period of time adequate for its purpose and is suitable for reproducing the declaration unchanged.
2.10. Business premises are immovable commercial premises where the trader carries on his business on a permanent basis and movable commercial premises where the trader habitually carries on his business. Business premises where the person acting in the name or on behalf of the entrepreneur carries out his activity on a permanent or habitual basis are equivalent to premises of the entrepreneur.

3. contracting parties/contractual penalty in case of pretence of customer suitability

3.1 Legal entities, partnerships and natural persons with unlimited legal capacity are accepted as customers.
3.2 The customer is obliged to provide truthful information when placing an order and not to pass on passwords to third parties.
3.3 In the event of falsification of customer eligibility, no contract shall be concluded. Instead, the parties agree on a contractual penalty in the amount of 5% of the contract price that the non-eligible customer would have had to pay. The customer has the right to prove that no damage has been incurred or that the damage is significantly lower than the lump sum.

4 Validity of these GTC

4.1 These GTC apply exclusively to all contracts, deliveries and other services.
4.2 We do not recognise any conflicting or deviating terms and conditions.
4.3 Insofar as the customer is a merchant, they shall also apply to all future business relations, even if they are not expressly agreed again.
4.4 We are entitled to amend or supplement these GTC at any time. Customers have the right to object to such an amendment. If the objection is not made in text form within four weeks of receipt of the notice of amendment, these shall become effective in accordance with the amendment. Customers will be informed in text form at the beginning of the period that the notification of change will be deemed accepted if no objection is made within four weeks.

5. reservation of right to change

5.1 We reserve the right to change or deviate from the promised services if the change or deviation is reasonable for the customer, taking into account the interests of us.
5.2 The change or deviation is reasonable if the customer is not placed in a worse or better position or does not deviate significantly from the service. This may be the case if the ordered vintage is no longer available and the following vintage does not deviate more than insignificantly in terms of quality and price.

6. cancellation policy

6.1 Right of revocation
In the case of a distance contract or a contract concluded outside business premises, consumers have the right to revoke this contract within fourteen days without giving reasons. The revocation period is fourteen days from the day on which the consumer or a third party named by him, who is not the carrier, has taken possession of the goods in the case of a purchase contract, the last goods in the case of a contract for several goods ordered by the consumer as part of a single order and delivered separately, or the last partial shipment or piece in the case of a contract for the delivery of goods in several partial shipments or pieces. In order to exercise their right of revocation, consumers must inform us of the following
King4Pets GmbH
Auf dem Stemmingholt 41
46499 Hamminkeln
Phone: 02856 9093330

The consumer may inform King4Pets GmbH by means of a clear declaration (e.g. a letter sent by post, fax or e-mail) of his or her decision to revoke this contract.
Consumers may use the enclosed revocation form for this purpose, which is, however, not mandatory. In order to comply with the revocation period, it is sufficient for consumers to send the notification of the exercise of the right of revocation before the expiry of the
revocation period.
6.2 Consequences of withdrawal
If consumers withdraw from this contract, we must reimburse them all payments we have received from them, including delivery costs (with the exception of additional costs resulting from the fact that consumers have chosen a type of delivery other than the cheapest standard delivery offered by us), without delay and at the latest within fourteen days from the day on which we received notification of their withdrawal from this contract. For this repayment, we will use the same means of payment that consumers used in the original transaction, unless expressly agreed otherwise with them; in no case will consumers be charged fees because of this repayment.
We may refuse repayment until we have received the goods back or until consumers have provided proof that they have returned the goods, whichever is the earlier. Consumers must return or hand over the goods to us without undue delay and in any event no later than fourteen days from the day on which they notify us of the cancellation of this contract. The deadline is met if consumers send the goods before the expiry of the period of fourteen days.
Consumers bear the direct costs of returning the goods. The costs are estimated at a maximum of approximately 150.00 EUR for goods that cannot be sent by parcel post.
Consumers only have to pay for any loss in value of the goods if this loss in value is due to handling of the goods that is not necessary for checking the quality, properties and functioning of the goods.

7 Conclusion of the contract/storage of the text of the contract and the GTCs

7.1. in our internet shop
7.1.1 The advertising of the products in the Internet shop represents a non-binding and non-binding invitation to submit an offer by our customers.
7.1.2 Customers make an offer by going through our ordering process and clicking on the link "Order subject to payment" at the end.
7.1.3 Entries can be corrected before the order is placed using the usual keyboard and mouse functions.
7.1.4 We can accept the customer's offer within 5 days at our discretion either by confirming the order or by delivering the goods.
7.1.5 The text of the contract and these General Terms and Conditions shall be stored and sent to consumers by e-mail.
7.2. in the case of contracts not concluded outside business premises within the meaning of § 312 b of the German Civil Code (BGB)
7.2.1 The advertising of the products constitutes a non-binding and non-binding invitation to customers to submit an offer (order).
7.2.2 Customers may submit an offer orally, in writing, in text form or by conclusive behaviour.
7.2.3 We may accept the offer either orally or by order or booking confirmation in writing or text form or by delivery.

8. liability

8.1 We exclude our liability for slightly negligent breaches of duty, unless damages resulting from injury to life, body or health or claims under the Product Liability Act are affected or guarantees are concerned. Furthermore, liability for the breach of obligations, the fulfilment of which is essential for the proper performance of the contract and the observance of which the customer may regularly rely on (essential contractual obligations), remains unaffected.
8.2 In the event of damage to property and financial loss caused by negligence, we shall only be liable in the event of a breach of an essential contractual obligation, but limited in amount to the damage foreseeable at the time of conclusion of the contract and typical for the contract.
8.3 The same applies to breaches of duty by our vicarious agents.

9. offsetting prohibition

The entrepreneur is not entitled to set off his own claims against our claims for payment unless the claims are based on the same contractual relationship or they are undisputed or have been legally established.

10. right of retention

The entrepreneur is only entitled to exercise a right of retention insofar as his counterclaim is based on the same contractual relationship.

11. customer service

If you have any questions, complaints or claims, you can reach us on weekdays from 08:00 to 17:00 at the following contact details:
Phone: 02856 9093330

12. severability clause (partial invalidity)

Should one of the provisions be invalid, this shall not affect the validity of the remaining provisions.

13. out-of-court settlement options

13.1 In the event of disputes arising from online sales contracts or online service contracts, an ODR platform made available by the European Union may be used to settle these disputes, insofar as this is actually made available by the European Union. The platform shall be accessible here: Our e-mail address is:
13.2 We are not obliged to participate in, and do not participate in, any other out-of-court settlement options before a consumer arbitration board.

14 Applicable law, place of jurisdiction and ancillary agreements

14.1 The contract, including these GTC, is subject to the substantive law of the Federal Republic of Germany. The provisions of the Vienna UN Convention of 11 April 1980 on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG, UN Sales Convention) shall not apply. This choice of law shall not apply if the consumer is thereby deprived of mandatory provisions of the law of the state in which he has his habitual residence.
14.2 In the event of legal disputes, our registered office shall be the place of jurisdiction if
14.2.1. the customer is a merchant or
14.2.2. the customer has no general place of jurisdiction in the territory of the Federal Republic of Germany or
14.2.3. the customer is a legal entity under public law.
14.3 We shall also be entitled to take legal action at any other place of jurisdiction provided for by law.
14.4 No ancillary agreements have been made.

II Special Section: Purchase Contracts

1. delivery conditions/shipping costs

1.1 We deliver exclusively within Germany, excluding the islands.
1.2 Delivery dates specified by the customer in his order shall require our confirmation in order to be valid.
1.3 The delivery period shall commence in the case of payment in advance on the day after receipt of the payment order by the remitting bank or, in the case of other payment methods, on the day after conclusion of the contract and shall end with the expiry of the last day of the period. If the last day of the period falls on a Saturday, Sunday or a public holiday recognised by the state at the place of delivery, the next working day shall take the place of such a day.
1.4 Delivery shall be made no later than 5 days after the beginning of the delivery period.

2. obligation to give notice of defects

2.1 If the purchase is a commercial transaction for both contracting parties, the buyer shall inspect the goods immediately after delivery by the seller, insofar as this is feasible in the ordinary course of business, and, if a defect becomes apparent, shall notify the seller without delay.
2.2 If the buyer fails to notify the seller, the goods shall be deemed to have been approved, unless the defect was not recognisable during the inspection.
2.3 If such a defect is discovered later, the notification must be made immediately after discovery; otherwise the goods shall be deemed to have been approved also in view of this defect.
2.4 If we have fraudulently concealed the defect, we cannot invoke these provisions.

3 Liability for defects/period of limitation

3.1 In principle, there is a statutory right of liability for defects, unless otherwise stipulated.
3.2 Insofar as the delivered item does not have the quality agreed between the customer and us or it is not suitable for the use presupposed according to our contract or it is not suitable for the usual use and has a quality which is usual for items of the same type and which the customer can expect according to the type of item or it does not have the properties which he could expect according to our public statements, we are obliged to subsequent performance.
3.3 Subsequent performance shall be effected vis-à-vis entrepreneurs at our discretion by remedying the defect (rectification) or by delivery of new goods, vis-à-vis consumers at the customer's discretion.
3.4 We may refuse subsequent performance without prejudice to Section 275 (2) and (3) of the German Civil Code (BGB) if it is only possible at disproportionate cost.
3.5 Customers may only assert claims for damages due to a defect if subsequent performance has failed. This shall not affect their right to assert further claims for damages in accordance with the "Liability" section.
3.6 For consumers, the limitation period for new goods is two years from delivery to the customer, for used goods one year from delivery. This does not apply to claims for damages and reimbursement of expenses due to defects in accordance with the "Liability" section.
3.7 For entrepreneurs, the limitation period for new goods is one year from the transfer of risk, for used goods the liability for defects is excluded. This does not apply to claims for damages and reimbursement of expenses due to defects in accordance with the "Liability" section. The limitation period shall also remain unaffected in the event of a delivery recourse according to §§ 478, 479 BGB; it shall be five years from delivery of the defective item.
3.8 Please note: The crystallisation of tartar is a completely natural phenomenon.

4. terms of payment

4.1 Unless otherwise agreed, we deliver against advance payment.
4.2 Unless otherwise agreed, we accept as payment
4.2.1. bank transfer
4.2.2. cash in advance
4.2.3. credit card
4.2.4. PayPal
4.2.5. cash payment on collection
4.2.6. EC card
4.3 Unless otherwise agreed, our invoices are payable without deduction before the goods are dispatched.

5. retention of title

5.1 The goods remain our property until full payment has been received.
5.2 In the case of merchants, the goods shall remain our property until full payment of all claims arising from the business relationship. We undertake to release the securities to which we are entitled at the customer's request insofar as the realised value of our securities exceeds the claims to be secured by more than 20 %; the choice of the securities to be released is ours.
5.3 Customers are entitled to resell goods subject to retention of title. The customer already now assigns all claims from the resale with regard to the delivered goods subject to retention of title in the amount of the final invoice amount (including VAT) of our claims including all ancillary rights with priority over his other claims, which accrue to him from the resale to the customer or third parties. This shall apply irrespective of whether the delivered goods have been resold without or after processing or mixing or blending. We accept the assignments.
After the assignment, the customer is entitled to collect the claim irrespective of our own authority. However, we undertake not to collect the claim ourselves insofar as the customer duly meets his payment obligations and is not in default of payment and, in particular, no application has been made to open insolvency or composition proceedings against his assets.
If this is the case, however, we may demand that the customer informs us of the assigned claims and their debtors, hands over all documents required for collection and informs the debtors or the third parties of the assignment.
5.4 The processing of the goods subject to retention of title or of the goods which are our property by way of security by the customer shall always be carried out in our name and on our behalf without any liabilities arising for us.
If processing is carried out with objects which do not belong to the customer, we shall acquire co-ownership of the new object in the ratio of the value of the goods delivered by us (final invoice amount plus VAT) to the other processed objects at the time of processing. In all other respects, the same shall apply to the object created by processing as to the object of sale delivered under reservation of title. This also applies if the customer acquires sole ownership through activities according to sentence 2. The preservation for us shall be free of charge.
If the object of sale is inseparably mixed with other movable objects not belonging to us, we shall acquire co-ownership of the new object in the ratio of the value of the goods delivered for us (final invoice amount plus VAT) to the other mixed objects at the time of mixing. If the mixing takes place in such a way that the customer's item is to be regarded as the main item, it is agreed that the customer shall transfer co-ownership to us on a pro rata basis. The customer shall hold the sole ownership or co-ownership thus created in safe custody for us free of charge.

III. cancellation form

King4Pets GmbH
Auf dem Stemmingholt 41
46499 Hamminkeln

I/we hereby revoke the contract concluded by me/us for the purchase of the following goods:

Ordered on/ received on:

Name des/der Verbraucher(s):

Anschrift des/der Verbraucher(s):

Unterschrift des/der Verbraucher(s):