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DOUIE Hamburg


(1) The contractual partner within the meaning of the General Terms and Conditions is the company

DOUIE Hamburg
Agnessstr. 1
22301 Hamburg

and the customer.

(2) All deliveries and claims that DOUIE Hamburg incurs against customers lose trust due to the general terms and conditions in their official version.


(1) The offers from DOUIE Hamburg on its website represent a non-binding invitation to the customer to order goods from DOUIE Hamburg.

(2) The customer gives up the rights to the goods by clicking on the order button on the Internet or by filling out and submitting the online form on the Internet for a legally binding offer to conclude a purchase contract. DOUIE Hamburg Hamburg does not decide on the selection of customer contact. The rights to obtain the rights of the customer who have not yet received any offers from the customer. DOUIE Hamburg is entitled to receive the offer of customer contact for a period of 5 calendar days by sending an order confirmation (by email) or by delivering the best goods.

(3) Responsible for the order confirmation from DOUIE Hamburg. Typing or printing errors for the price determination. Transmission errors for DOUIE Hamburg to dispute the declaration for errors, for DOUIE Hamburg the burden of proof for the error. Possibly. Costs received in this case will, incomprehensibly, be reimbursed.


(1) The agreements described in the proper offers from DOUIE Hamburg include the mutual general control of cost taxes and shipping costs.

(2) The shipping costs of the delivery are shown separately and managed in the offers.


(1) The customer has the opportunity to change, to belong, to differentiate, to change. The people listed on the website

(3) The customer is entitled to set off against payment claims from DOUIE Hamburg if his counterclaim is unlawful or undisputed.

(4) The customer only has a right of retention against payment claims from DOUIE Hamburg due to counterclaims arising from this contractual relationship.


(1) We offer the customer various payment methods: advance payment, instant transfer, cash on delivery and PayPal.


(1) The ordered goods remain the property of DOUIE Hamburg until the purchase price has been paid in full.

(2) Prior to the transfer of ownership, resale, pledging, assignment as security, processing, other disposal or reorganization is not permitted without the express consent of DOUIE Hamburg.

(3) For consumers, we reserve ownership of the purchased item until the invoice amount has been paid in full. If you are an entrepreneur exercising your commercial or independent professional activity, a legal entity under public law or a special fund under public law, we reserve ownership of the purchased item until all outstanding claims arising from the business relationship with the customer have been settled. The corresponding security rights are transferable to third parties.

(4) You only have the right to offset if your counterclaims have been legally established or are undisputed by us. In addition, you only have a right of retention if and to the extent that your counterclaim is based on the same contractual relationship.

(5) If the customer defaults on any payment obligations to us, all existing claims become due immediately.


(1) The warranty is based on the legal provisions. The provisions in Section 6 apply to any claims for damages.

(2) When purchasing a used item, the customer's claims for defects expire 12 months after receipt of the goods.


(1) In the event of intent or gross negligence or in the absence of guaranteed quality, DOUIE Hamburg is liable without limitation for all damages resulting therefrom.

(2) If an attributable breach of duty is based on simple negligence and an essential contractual obligation is culpably violated, DOUIE Hamburg's liability for damages is limited to the foreseeable damage that typically occurs in comparable cases. In the event of death, injury to health or body, DOUIE Hamburg is liable in accordance with the statutory provisions.

(3) Liability for all other damages is excluded, although liability under the Product Liability Act remains unaffected.


(1) Delivery always takes place while stocks last. If DOUIE Hamburg does not receive the delivery item from its supplier for reasons for which it is not responsible, the customer is entitled to withdraw from the contract. DOUIE Hamburg will immediately inform the customer of the unavailability and, in the event of withdrawal, immediately refund any payments already made.

(2) If DOUIE Hamburg defaults on delivery for reasons for which it is responsible or delivery becomes impossible and this is not due to intent or gross negligence, liability for damages is excluded. Further claims of the customer remain reserved.

(3) If delivery delays are due to reasons for which DOUIE Hamburg is not responsible (force majeure, fault of third parties, etc.), the deadline will be extended appropriately. The customer will be informed immediately. If the causes of the delay last longer than four weeks after conclusion of the contract, each party is entitled to withdraw from the contract.


(1) If one or more provisions of these General Terms and Conditions are ineffective, this does not result in the invalidity of the entire contract. The ineffective regulation will be replaced by the relevant legal regulation.

(2) German law applies to the conclusion and execution of all contracts. The validity of the UN Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods is excluded.


Reference to participation in Landbell AG's exemption system “With regard to the sales packaging that we filled for the first time and delivered to private end consumers, our company is committed to fulfilling our legal obligations in accordance with Section 6 VerpackV. Nationwide take-back system from Landbell AG, Mainz, (customer number: 4144182).

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Copyright and trademark DOUIE Hamburg

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