AGBs translated from original by deepl.com
When concluding verbal and written contracts, the following shall be agreed upon
the following terms and conditions.
Written and verbal performance agreements are absolutely binding.
Payment of the fee is due upon performance and must be made in cash or by cheque on the day of the event. If the organizer wishes the payment to be made by bank transfer, the fee must be credited to the recipient's account five days after the event.
If unforeseeable incidents occur which make it unacceptable for the artist to carry out the event (e.g. lasting disturbances by visitors, missing visitors, technical disturbances, significant changes in the course of events), the artists are entitled to cancel the event, but retain the full fee and cost reimbursement claim.
After conclusion of the contract, however, at the latest 21 days before the event, changes and additions are binding only in written form and with the mutual consent of both parties.
Should there be any additional expenditure on the day of the performance (e.g. additional time, change of the Walk Act profile and or changed performance conditions), the decision of the performance shall be made solely by the artist. In case of agreement we charge an appropriate surcharge.
If the event is cancelled due to bad weather, the artist will still receive the full fee. If the event is cancelled before the artist's departure to the venue, the artist will receive the total fee less travel costs.
Deductions from the fee - of any kind whatsoever - are not permitted.
In the event of late payment, interest will be charged at the statutory rate.
We expressly point out to you, the organizer, i.e. the customer, that you as organizer are in default without further reminder according to § 286 Abs. 3 BGB, if you do not settle the invoice amount within 30 days after receipt of the invoice. From this point in time, the default interest for a consumer shall amount to 5 percentage points and for an entrepreneur to 8 percentage points above the respective base interest rate.
If force majeure leads to the cancellation of the event, both contractual partners shall be released from their obligation to perform. The artists may, however, demand reimbursement of their expenses from the organizer. Force majeure includes, for example, acute illnesses of an artist, strikes in the transport sector, warlike events, power failure, natural disasters, etc..
The organizer undertakes to maintain secrecy towards third parties with regard to the entire agreement.
The artist is not subject to the instructions of the organizer, neither in the program nor in his performance.
The organizer undertakes to provide the artist with a suitable artist's wardrobe.
Consumption will be provided to the Artist within reasonable limits.
Amendments and supplements to written contracts must be made in writing. Verbal ancillary agreements have not been made.
In case of cancellation of the contract by the organizer, the artists can demand cancellation costs in the following amount:
Up to 30 days before the event date 85 %,
from the 29th day to the day of the event will be 100%,
of the fee. After arrival at the venue, the entire fee and travel expenses are due.
By accepting the offer, the customer declares his/her unrestricted agreement with the protection of the intellectual property of EventComedy.
If, in spite of this and unlawfully, only set pieces are used, a contractual penalty of 10000 € is due.
The organiser is liable for all personal injury and damage to property during the duration of the event.
The performing rights are with the artist. Publication (also for own advertising purposes) of sound, picture and film material of the performance require the consent of the artist.
Possible fees (GEMA, KSK, etc...) must be paid by the organizer.
Place of jurisdiction is Cologne.