Note: The following translation of our General Terms and Conditions into the English language is provided in full without obligation and is expressly not part of the contract. The agreed contractual language is German and only our General Terms and Conditions in the German language, as acknowledged by you upon conclusion of the contract and as listed above, apply.

 
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF
https://www.steppenbrand-mv.de

Welcome to Steppenbrand!

§ 1 Scope and provider

(1) The General Terms and Conditions (hereinafter referred to as “GTC”) govern the sale of services by Steppenbrand-MV e.V. as organiser of the outdoor camp “Steppenbrand” and operator of the website “www.steppenbrand-mv.de” (hereinafter also referred to as “Provider”, “Supplier”, “Organiser” or “Steppenbrand”) to you (hereinafter also referred to as “User”, “Participant” or “Customer”), in the version valid at the time of the order.
(2) Deviating general terms and conditions of the customer are rejected.
(3) Please read these terms and conditions carefully before placing an order with the supplier. By placing an order with the supplier, you agree to the application of these terms and conditions to your order.

§ 2 Conclusion of the contract

(1) Contracts on this portal can only be concluded in German.
(2) The customer must have reached the age of 18.
(3) The presentation of services in the online shop does not constitute a legally effective offer. The presentation of the services merely invites the customer to make an offer.
(4) Your order or registration constitutes an offer to Steppenbrand to conclude a purchase contract. The customer submits a binding offer when he has gone through the online ordering process by entering the information required there and clicks on the "Register" button or the button clearly labelled in accordance with §312j para. 3 BGB (German Civil Code) in the last ordering step.
(5) The purchase contract between the supplier and the customer is only concluded through a declaration of acceptance by the supplier. This takes place as soon as the customer has paid the purchase price and the provider sends the customer an e-mail confirming the receipt of payment. This confirmation of receipt of your payment then constitutes the declaration of acceptance in the aforementioned sense!
(6) The ticket exclusively entitles the person named therein (first name, surname) to attend the respective event. The participant must provide proof of identity by means of a photo ID when checking in at the event site. No person other than the person named on the ticket will be admitted to the respective event! The ticket is not transferable!
(7) The event will be held in 2022 as a pure 2G event. Customers must therefore ensure that they have full vaccination protection or a valid convalescent certificate by the date of the event in 2022 (see product description in the webshop)! This proof must be presented in digital form at the check-in to the event site and will also be checked with a photo ID of the participant. The paper version of the International Certificate of Vaccination or Prophylaxes will not be accepted!
(8) Depending on official requirements, proof of a negative LFD (lateral flow device) or PCR test result for the participant may additionally be required. Furthermore, it cannot be excluded that by the date of the event in 2022 full vaccination protection may require an additional dose of vaccine.
(9) Participants without the requirements according to (7) and (8) will not be admitted to the event area. In these cases, the ticket price will not be returned, exchanged or refunded! The customer has expressly agreed to these conditions in the course of the order process.
(10) Your orders are stored with us. If you lose your records of your orders, please contact us by e-mail (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.). We will then send you a copy of the order data.
(11) You agree to receive invoices electronically. Electronic invoices will be made available to you by email.

§ 3 Prices and shipping costs

(1) Our prices are final prices and include the applicable statutory value-added tax. However, they do not include any flat-rate delivery charge or delivery surcharge, as we provide you with the tickets you have ordered by e-mail free of charge as standard to print out yourself. If you wish to have your tickets delivered by another method, the shipping surcharges will vary depending on the desired delivery method and the nature of the item.
(2) Despite our best efforts, a small number of products in our webshop may be marked with the wrong price. We check the prices when we process your order. If a product is incorrectly priced and the correct price is higher than the price on the website, we will contact you before dispatching the goods to ask if you wish to purchase the product at the correct price or cancel the order. If the correct price of a product is lower than the price we have quoted, we will charge the lower amount.
(3) The prices at the time of the order shall apply.
(4) If the user wishes to purchase a chargeable product from our web shop, he will be informed in advance of the chargeability. In particular, the respective additional scope of services, the costs incurred and the method of payment will be listed.
(5) The Provider reserves the right to charge different fee models for different booking times and user groups and in particular for different periods of use, as well as to offer different scopes of services.

§ 4 Delivery and Cancellation

(1) Unless otherwise agreed, tickets will be delivered to the email address provided by the purchaser. On the website you will find information on the availability of products sold by Steppenbrand. We would like to point out that all information on the availability, dispatch or delivery of a product is merely anticipated information and approximate guidelines. They do not constitute binding or guaranteed shipping or delivery dates unless expressly stated as a binding date in the shipping options for the relevant product.
(2) If Steppenbrand discovers during the processing of your order that products ordered by you are not available, you will be informed separately by email. The legal claims of the customer remain unaffected.

§ 5 Terms of payment

(1) Any fee due shall be paid to the Provider in advance, on the due date, without deduction.
(2) If the Purchaser’s order/registration is not paid for within 14 days after the Purchaser has placed a binding order for the products by clicking on the corresponding button, the Supplier will automatically cancel the Purchaser’s order/registration and place the products concerned back in the web shop as available.
(3) The customer can pay for the service by the following methods of payment:
- bank transfer
(4) The customer is not permitted to pay for the service by sending cash or cheques.
(5) Should the customer be in default of payment, the supplier reserves the right to claim damages for default.

§ 6 House Rules and Regulations

(1) The Steppenbrand-MV e.V. as the organiser of the outdoor camp “Steppenbrand” and operator of the website www.steppenbrand-mv.de or third parties commissioned by them shall exercise the domiciliary rights. Their instructions must be followed at all times and without delay!
(2) Behave in such a way that you do not harass, disturb, endanger or harm others.
(3) Only take part in the event you have booked if you feel in good health and constitutionally able to do so and you are of the opinion that the external circumstances (e.g. the weather, heat, wind, etc.) will also enable you to take part in an outdoor camp without danger to yourself and others.
(4) Entering, leaving and driving into the event grounds at Damser Weg 1 in 18317 Saal is exclusively through the main gate and is only permitted for persons who have reached the age of 18 and have a valid entry ticket. Photo identification and any other admission requirements (e.g. vaccination status) will be checked. Each participant will then be given a participant wristband at the entrance, which will be attached to the wrist in a captive manner. This wristband must be worn during the entire event and must be shown upon request.
(5) All buildings on the site, with the exception of those expressly marked for this purpose, may not be entered. It is also not permitted to enter the bunker roofs or cisterns. Areas fenced off or demarcated on the grounds may also not be entered or driven over.
(6) Campfires and other open fireplaces are not permitted for fire safety reasons. The use of own barbecues (also disposable barbecues) is also not permitted!
(7) Self-supply with food and beverages brought onto the event premises by you or by third parties is not permitted!
(8) Only the containers provided are to be used for the disposal of rubbish (including cigarette butts!). Leaving rubbish on the event grounds is prohibited!
(9) The electrical and water installations on the event site may not be changed by the participants. An individual supply of electricity, water and/or other media is expressly not part of the scope of services of the event! However, electrical connections for small electrical appliances (razors, toothbrushes, chargers, etc.) may be available at individual locations expressly marked for this purpose.
(10) The StVO applies on the grounds. Vehicles are to be moved at walking pace and unnecessary traffic is to be avoided. Special care must be taken when driving over the energy and media bridges and when driving on unpaved terrain. Please also consider the possibility of dry grass igniting on your vehicle’s KAT. If in doubt, wait a moment before moving away from your vehicle.
(11) When selecting your desired tent or pitch, please follow the instructions of the provider and his assistants. You have no claim to a specific tent or pitch within the framework of the event. These can neither be reserved in advance nor promised by the organiser. When choosing your tent or pitching site, especially under trees, please bear in mind that branches could break off and fall down in strong winds!
(12) Dogs are permitted in the event grounds. However, the owner must ensure that the dog remains under supervision at all times and that other participants are not inconvenienced by the animal. In case of doubt, the dog must be kept on a leash. Sufficient pet liability insurance is also required.
(13) If you notice any problems or dangers in connection with the event, you must inform the organiser or his assistants immediately. In the event of acute emergencies, you must of course initiate the appropriate immediate measures and notify the emergency services!
(14) Acts that are dangerous to health, violate human dignity, have a racist-fascist background or violate infection control regulations are not permitted during our event! The use of drugs is also prohibited. The carrying of weapons (including soft air, paintball, knives, etc.) and the display of anti-constitutional symbols are prohibited!
(15) There is a general ban on photography and filming on the entire event site! In particular, the photographing and filming of strangers and groups is not permitted without their prior consent (§ 22 KUG) and the prior written consent of the provider. Violations may result in severe civil (§ 823 para. 2 BGB) and criminal (§ 201a StGB) consequences.
(16) If you violate the above points of the house rules, the organiser is entitled to temporarily or permanently exclude you from further use of the event grounds or from further participation in the event with immediate effect. Tickets that have already been paid for will be forfeited! In this case, there is no entitlement to a refund of admission fees already paid! The organiser expressly reserves the right to claim damages or to pursue civil or criminal prosecution!
(17) Any stay on the event grounds without a valid admission ticket will be reported!

§ 7 Limitation of liability

(1) The participant is aware that the “Steppenbrand” is an outdoor event with camp character on a former military site.
(2) The provider and his assistants accept no liability for your items and valuables during the event. In particular, the provider and his assistants are not liable for their loss or damage. Furthermore, the provider and its auxiliary persons assume no liability for objects and valuables that the participant may hand over to the organiser for safekeeping. Intent and gross negligence on the part of the provider or its auxiliary persons are excluded from this.
(3) In the event of the event being cancelled due to force majeure, weather or other circumstances for which the provider is not responsible, the participant shall have no claim against the organiser for a refund of the ticket price or compensation for damages.
(4) Should a claim be made against the provider, its auxiliary persons or the owner of the event premises by a third party due to damage suffered by you on the event premises or on the journey to and from there, you shall, by accepting these GTC, indemnify them against the claim in this respect, including all necessary costs of legal defence. By accepting these GTC, you also declare that you will not assert any such claims yourself against the provider, its auxiliary persons or the owner of the club premises.
(5) Excluded from this are damages from injury to life, limb or health that are based on a culpable breach of duty by the Provider or its auxiliary persons and other damages that are based on an intentional or grossly negligent breach of duty by the Provider or its auxiliary persons.
(6) If damage that is not damage from injury to life, body or health is based on the negligent breach of an essential obligation of the provider or on the negligent breach of an obligation the fulfilment of which makes the implementation of the event possible in the first place and on the observance of which you as a participant may regularly rely, the provider shall also be liable for such damage. However, liability in these cases is limited to the foreseeable and typically occurring damage.
(7) The provider does not maintain any insurance that would cover the risk associated with your participation in the event (e.g. bodily injury, damage to the vehicle). Therefore, you are advised by the organiser to arrange for appropriate insurance cover yourself.
(8) The provider assumes no responsibility for the correctness of the information in the registration of the purchasers as well as other content generated by the purchasers.
(9) Claims for damages based on injury to life, body, health or freedom shall become statute-barred after 30 years; otherwise after 1 year, whereby the statute of limitations shall commence at the end of the year in which the claim arose and the creditor became aware of the circumstances giving rise to the claim and the person of the debtor or should have become aware of them without gross negligence (section 199 (1) BGB).

§ 8 Offsetting and right of retention

(1) The Purchaser shall only have the right to offset if the Purchaser’s counterclaim has been legally established or has not been disputed by the Supplier.
(2) The Purchaser may only exercise a right of retention insofar as its counterclaim is based on the same contractual relationship.

§ 9 Retention of title

(1) Steppenbrand-MV e.V. as organiser of the outdoor camp “Steppenbrand” and operator of the website “www.steppenbrand-mv.de” reserves the right to confiscate tickets that have not been paid in full or to declare them invalid. Any further rights of the provider remain unaffected.

§ 10 Professional or commercial resale

(1) Unless otherwise agreed in writing with the provider, a commercial or industrial resale of Steppenbrand tickets or vouchers is prohibited!
(2) In the event of a culpable violation, the provider expressly reserves all rights and claims, in particular the assertion of damages.

§ 11 Changes, withdrawal by the provider

(1) The scope of services for tickets purchased by the customer, as the customer finds it in the Steppenbrand website, can be adapted and further developed by the provider if necessary. Such changes are to be accepted by the customer if they are reasonable and do not significantly affect the overall design of the event to which the ticket relates.
(2) The description of events by the provider does not constitute a guarantee in the legal sense. Rather, it serves merely as an illustration.
(3) Notwithstanding statutory rights of withdrawal, the Provider shall be entitled to withdraw from the contract with the customer up to the event if it cannot reasonably be expected to hold the event to which the purchased ticket relates because the economic sacrifice limit is exceeded for reasons for which the Provider is not responsible, or in the event of force majeure, provided that the Provider is not itself responsible for the obstacle to the performance of the contract (see also § 8 (3)).

§ 12 Cancellation policy

(1) A right of withdrawal for consumers does not exist for contracts for the provision of services in connection with leisure activities if the contract provides for a specific date or period for the provision (Section 312g (2) No. 9 BGB). This means that there is no right of withdrawal in particular for tickets or admission tickets for events.
(2) Each order for tickets is thus binding for the customer immediately after confirmation by the Provider pursuant to § 2 (5) and obligates the customer to accept and pay for the ordered tickets.
(3) A return, exchange, transfer or refund of sold tickets by the provider is excluded!

§ 13 Privacy

(1) Information on privacy can be found in the separate privacy policy of the provider.
(2) By using the provider's website and ordering a ticket, you implicitly agree to this data protection declaration.


§ 14 Place of jurisdiction and applicable law

(1) The law of the Federal Republic of Germany shall apply exclusively to differences of opinion and disputes on the occasion of this contract, to the exclusion of the UN Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods.
(2) The sole place of jurisdiction for orders placed by merchants, legal entities under public law or special funds under public law is the registered office of the supplier.
(3) Otherwise, the place of jurisdiction shall be governed by the statutory provisions.

§ 15 Final provisions

(1) The contractual language is German.
(2) The Provider does not offer any products or services for purchase by minors.
(3) If the purchaser breach these GTC and the provider do nothing about it, the provider will still be entitled to exercise his rights on any other occasion on which the purchaser breach these GTC.
(4) The Provider reserves the right to make changes to his website, policies, terms and conditions, including these GTC, at any time. The purchaser’s order will be subject to the terms and conditions of sale, terms and conditions of contract and terms and conditions in force at the time he places his order, unless a change to these terms and conditions is required by law or government order, in which case they will also apply to orders you have previously placed.
(5) If any provision of these GTC is invalid, void or for any reason unenforceable, that provision shall be deemed severable and shall not affect the validity and enforceability of any remaining provisions.
(6) The invalidity of a provision shall not affect the validity of the other provisions from the contract. Should this occur, the provision shall be replaced by another legally permissible provision in accordance with its meaning and purpose, which corresponds to the meaning and purpose of the invalid provision.

Nentershausen, February 2022

Steppenbrand-MV e.V.
c/o Dieter Hecke
Niedererbacher Straße 10
56412 Nentershausen
represented by:
Michael Olbrich-Rohde as Chairman of the Board/President
Marco Schulz as 1st Vice Chairman
Dieter Hecke as 2nd Vice Chairman

Contact:
E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Register entry:
Register court: Amtsgericht Rostock
Register number: VR 2213
Our association is non-profit in the sense of §§ 51 ff AO.
Finanzamt Rostock,
tax no. 079/141/15404