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A trade fair within the meaning of Title IV of the Industrial Code (GewO) is a time-limited, generally regularly recurring event at which a large number of exhibitors exhibit the essential offer of one or more economic sectors and sell them mainly according to models to commercial resellers, commercial consumers or large customers. An exhibition within the meaning of Title IV of the Industrial 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 this offer for the purpose of sales promotion. Fairs and exhibitions are fixed. A fixed event enjoys the so-called market privileges, i.e. organizers and providers are exempt from certain - mostly trade and labor law - restrictions.

To check personal reliability: Identity card or passport Police clearance certificate Excerpt from the Central Trade Register Clearance certificate from the tax office responsible for you (place of residence). Clearance certificate from the trade tax authority (municipality)



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If a fixed trade fair or exhibition is not or is no longer held, the organiser must immediately notify the competent authority in writing.

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