Organising fairs and exhibitions Unfortunately this specification of service has not yet been completely translated.
A trade fair within the meaning of Title IV of the Commercial Code (GewO) is a temporary, generally regularly recurring event at which a large number of exhibitors exhibit the essential offer of one or more sectors of the economy and distribute mainly on a model basis to commercial resellers, commercial consumers or large customers. An exhibition within the meaning of Title IV of the Trade Code is a temporary event at which a large number of exhibitors exhibit and distribute a representative offer of one or more economic sectors or economic areas or inform about that offer for the purpose of promotion. Fairs and exhibitions are fixed. A fixed event enjoys the so-called market privileges, i.e. organisers and providers are exempt from certain restrictions, mostly commercial and labour law.
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If a fixed fair or exhibition is not carried out or no longer carried out, the organiser shall immediately notify the competent authority in writing.