Mag. Laura Schobesberger
Study of law at the University Vienna (Mag. iur. 2014).
Practical training in the courts BG Linz, BG Traun and LG Linz 2014-2015.
Attorney candidate since 2015.
Attorney at law since August 2019.
The operator of a restaurant is not responsible for the faulty assembling of a washbasin by a commissioned installer according to § 1313a ABGB if the washbasin subsequently becomes detached from the wall and injures a guest through no fault of the operator of the restaurant.More
In the event of damage in shopping centers, it is relevant whether there is a close relationship to the conclusion of the contract with shopkeepers. In this case, these are liable, even if damage occurs in general areas such as parking lots and lift systems. Subsidiary claims against the operator of the shopping center do not exist.More
Current case law on laesio enormis in options: Concludent waiver and relevant time of examination of the imbalance
In a recent decision, the Supreme Court has not only confirmed that laesio enormis between entrepreneurs can be excluded impliedly, he also questioned the most recent decisions on the relevant point in time for examination of an imbalance (issue or exercise of the option).More