heyHusky Travel Terms and Conditions

Dear Esteemed Customers and Travellers,
Insofar as they have been effectively agreed, the following provisions shall become the content of the Travel Agreement concluded between the Customer and the heyHusky GmbH, General Manager Alwin Lösche, hereafter, “heyHusky”. They shall supplement the statutory directives of §§ 651a - m BGB (Bürgerliches Gesetzbuch [German Civil Code]) and the information directives for travel organisers in accordance with §§ 4 - 11 BGB-InfoV (Verordnung über Informations- und Nachweispflichten nach bürgerlichem Recht [Directives on Notification and Documentation Obligations in Accordance with German Civil Law]) and shall complete them. Thus, please carefully read these Travel Terms and Conditions before you book!

1. heyHusky’s Role for Flight Services

1.1. In principle, heyHusky’s travel services include no air transportation services. heyHusky offers no flight services as its own services or as a component of the package trips which it offers and implements.
1.2. Accordingly, flights are exclusively brokered by heyHusky. In the event of a booking, the contractual agreement for the air transportation service shall be concluded exclusively between the Customer on the one hand and the airline or the other provider of the flight service as the contractual air carrier on the other hand.

1.3. Accordingly, heyHusky shall not be liable for the information that the airline issues on prices and services, for the rendering of the service for the air transportation itself, for cancellations, the failure to render air transportation services, flight delays as well as for any delays, damage or loss of air travel luggage.
1.4. The aforementioned provisions shall not be valid insofar as heyHusky, in accordance with the principles of § 651 a Para. 2 BGB and the related legal jurisprudence in this regard regarding the flight services offered to the Customer and/or booked by the Customer, purports to render the contractually-prescribed travel services at its own responsibility.

1.5. heyHusky’s broker’s status for flights shall obligate it particularly
a) With regards to the respective offer for the brokerage of a flight service, to make reference to the broker’s status of heyHusky subject to the disclosure of the name of the airline and/or the provider and contractual partner of the Customer in the event that a booking is made,
b) To separately indicate the price of the brokered service and any brokerage fees to be paid to heyHusky in addition to the price of the package trip,
c) To issue the Customer a booking confirmation corresponding to the aforementioned data which likewise separately indicates the price of the brokered flight service and the brokerage fees.
1.6. The liability of heyHusky from the Brokerage Agreement regarding the brokerage of flight services shall remain unaffected by the aforementioned provisions. Likewise unaffected shall remain the obligation of heyHusky as the travel agent regarding the notification obligations in accordance with the Directive regarding (EC) No. 2111/2005 of the European Parliament and the Council on the Notification Obligation of Travel Organisers and Travel Agents regarding the Identity of the Implementing Airline.

2. Conclusion of the Travel Agreement, Obligations of the Customer

2.1. For all booking methods, the following shall be valid:
a) The basis of the offer from heyHusky and the booking by the Customer shall be the description of the package offer and the supplement information in the booking basis insofar as they are made available to the Customer when booking.
b) Travel organisers and booking offices have not been authorised by heyHusky to reach agreements, provide information or make assurances which alter the agreed content of the Travel Agreement, extend beyond the trip description and/or the services contractually committed to by heyHusky or conflict with them.
c) Information in hotel guides and similar directories which have not been published by heyHusky shall not be binding for heyHusky and its service obligation insofar as they have not been made by express agreement with the Customer regarding the content of the service obligation owed by heyHusky.
d) If the content of the travel confirmation deviates from the content of the booking, then this shall be considered to be a new offer rendered by heyHusky. The contractual agreement shall be concluded upon the basis of this new offer if the Customer declares his acceptance by rendering an express declaration, down payment or final payment or utilises the travel services.
e) The Customer shall be liable for all the contractual obligations of any Co-Travellers for which he makes the booking as for his own obligations insofar as he has assumed a corresponding obligation by making an express and separate declaration.
2.2. For the booking which shall be done orally, by telephone, in writing, via e-mail or by fax, the following shall be valid:
a) Through the booking, the Customer is offering to conclude the Travel Agreement with heyHusky in a binding fashion. The Customer shall be bound to the booking for three working days.
b) The contractual agreement shall be considered to have been concluded upon the Customer’s receipt of the travel confirmation (declaration of acceptance) issued by heyHusky which has no form requirement with the consequence that even confirmations issued orally and by telephone shall be legally binding for the Customer. In the event of bookings made orally or by telephone, heyHusky shall issue a written copy of the travel confirmation to the Customer. However, bookings made by the Customer orally or by telephone with a correspondingly-binding confirmation issued orally or by telephone shall also then result in a binding conclusion of a contractual agreement even if the corresponding written copy of the travel confirmation is not received by the Customer.
2.3. In the event of bookings in electronic business dealings, the following shall be valid for the conclusion of the contractual agreement:
a) The online booking process shall be explained in detail to the Customer on heyHusky’s corresponding Internet site.
b) The Customer shall be granted a corresponding correction option in order to correct his information, to delete it or to reset the entire online booking form whereby its usage shall be explained in detail.
c) The contractual languages offered for the implementation of the online booking shall be stated. Exclusively the German language version shall be legally-prevailing.
d) Insofar as the contractual text is saved by heyHusky in the online booking system, the Customer shall be notified of this and of the possibility of subsequently accessing the contractual text.
e) By pressing the "Book with a binding payment obligation" button, the Customer is offering to conclude the Travel Agreement with heyHusky in a binding fashion. The Customer shall be bound to this contractual offer for three working days after sending the electronic declaration.
f) The receipt of his booking shall promptly be confirmed electronically to the Customer.
g) The transmission of the booking by pressing the "Book with a binding payment obligation" button shall create no claim upon the part of the Customer for the conclusion of a Travel Agreement based upon his booking information. Rather, heyHusky shall be at liberty to freely choose whether to accept the Customer’s contractual offer or not.
h) The contractual agreement shall be considered to have been concluded upon the receipt of the order confirmation issued by heyHusky.
i) If the order confirmation is made immediately after the Customer makes the booking by pressing the "Book with a binding payment obligation" button through a corresponding immediate displaying of the travel confirmation on the screen (booking in real-time), then the Travel Agreement shall be considered to have been concluded upon the receipt by the Customer and displaying of this order confirmation on the Customer’s screen without any intermediate notification regarding the receipt of his booking being required in accordance with f). In this case, the Customer shall be offered the option of saving and printing out the travel confirmation. However, the binding nature of the Travel Agreement is not dependent on the condition that the Customer actually utilises these options to save or print out. heyHusky shall also send the Customer a copy of the travel confirmation via e- mail, e-mail attachment, post or fax.
2.4. heyHusky wishes to point out that, in accordance with the statutory directives (§§ 312 Para. (2) Clause 4, 312g Para. 2 Item 1 Clause 9 BGB) regarding contractual agreements for travel services in accordance with § 651a BGB (package travel agreements and agreements to which §§ 651a ff. BGB analogously applies) which have been concluded in distance sales (letters, catalogues, telephone calls, telecopies, e-mails, messages sent via mobile telecommunications services (SMS) as well as radio and telemedia), no right of revocation shall be valid, but rather merely the statutory rescission and termination rights–particularly the right of rescission in accordance with § 651i BGB (see also Clause 6 in this regard. However, a right of rescission shall be valid if the contractual agreement for travel services has been concluded in accordance with § 651a outside of the business premises unless the oral negotiations, upon which the conclusion of the contractual agreement is based, have been conducted based upon the preceding order from the consumer; in the last case, a right of rescission shall likewise not exist. The aforementioned note shall also be valid insofar as contractual agreements are concluded with heyHusky for lodging services (e.g. hotel rooms) or flight services whereby heyHusky is not the broker, but rather the direct contractual partner of the Customer/Traveller.

3. Payment

3.1. After the conclusion of the contractual agreement and the rendering of a risk coverage certificate in accordance with § 651k BGB, a down payment shall become payable whose amount shall be noted on the booking confirmation or, insofar as nothing to the contrary has been regulated, shall amount to 20%. The final payment shall become payable four weeks before the beginning of the trip insofar as the risk coverage certificate has been submitted and the trip can no longer be cancelled owing to the reason specified in Clause 9. For bookings shorter than four weeks before the beginning of the trip, the entire trip price shall become immediately payable.
3.2. If the trip lasts no longer than 24 hours, includes no lodging and the trip price per Customer does not exceed € 75, then the down payment and the final payment shall become payable upon the conclusion of the contractual agreement without the submission of a risk coverage certificate being required.
3.3. If the Customer does not make the down payment and/or the final payment in accordance with the agreed payment due dates although heyHusky is willing and able to properly render the contractual services and no legal or contractual right of retention upon the part of the Customer exists, then heyHusky shall be entitled, after sending a warning letter while setting a notice period, to withdraw from the Travel Agreement and to charge the Customer the rescission costs in accordance with Clause 6.

4. Service Changes

4.1. Any changes in essential travel services from the agreed content of the Travel Agreement, which become necessary after the conclusion of the contractual agreement and have not been caused by heyHusky in bad faith, shall be permitted only insofar as the changes are minor and do not restrict the trip’s overall structure.
4.2. Any warranty claims shall remain unaffected insofar as the changed services have flaws.
4.3. heyHusky shall be obliged to promptly notify the Customer of essential services changes after becoming aware of the reason for the change.

4.4. In the event of a substantial change in an essential travel service, the Customer shall be entitled to withdraw from the Travel Agreement without being required to pay compensation for so doing or to demand to participate in another trip which is at least comparable if heyHusky is able to offer such a trip without additional costs for the Customer

from its offerings. The Customer must promptly assert these rights against heyHusky after receiving the declaration from heyHusky regarding the change in the travel service or the cancellation of the trip.

5. Price Increase

5.1. heyHusky reserves the right to change the price agreed in the Travel Agreement in the event of the increase in transportation costs or the levies for certain services such as harbour or airport fees or a change in the exchange rates which are valid for the affected trip based upon the following terms and conditions:
5.2. An increase in the trip price is permitted only insofar as more than four months lie between the conclusion of the contractual price and the agreed travel timeframe and the circumstances resulting in the increase had not yet occurred before the conclusion of the contractual agreement and were not foreseeable for heyHusky upon the conclusion of the contractual agreement.

5.3. If the transportation costs that were valid upon the conclusion of the Travel Agreement indeed increase–particularly the fuel costs, then heyHusky may increase the trip price based upon the following calculations:
a) For an increase based upon the seat, heyHusky may demand the increased amount from the Customer.
b) Otherwise, the additional transportation costs demanded by the transportation company per means of transport shall be allocated based upon the number of seats in the agreed means of transport. heyHusky may demand the increased amount that has been thus calculated for the individual seat from the Customer.

5.4. If the levies, e.g. harbour or airport fees, that were valid upon the conclusion of the Travel Agreement increase for heyHusky, then the trip price may be increased by the corresponding proportional amount.
5.5. In the event of a change in the exchange rates after the conclusion of the Travel Agreement, the trip price may be increased in the scope by which the trip has thus become more expensive for heyHusky.

5.6. In the event of a subsequent change in the trip price, heyHusky must promptly notify the Customer after being aware of the reason for the change. Price increases shall be permitted only until the 21st day (based upon when the Customer receives them) before the beginning of the trip. For price increases of more than 5 %, the Customer shall be entitled to withdraw from the Travel Agreement without being required to pay any additional fees or to demand to participate in another trip which is at least comparable if heyHusky is able to offer such a trip without additional costs for the Customer from its offerings. The Customer must promptly assert the aforementioned rights against heyHusky after receiving the notification from heyHusky regarding the price increase.

6. Cancellation by the Customer Before the Beginning of the Trip/Cancellation Costs

6.1. The Customer may cancel the trip at any time before it begins. The cancellation must be declared to heyHusky by sending it to the aforementioned/following address. If the trip was booked via a travel agent, the cancellation may also be declared to the travel agent. It is recommended that the Customer declare the cancellation in writing.
6.2. If the Customer cancels before the beginning of the trip or does not take the trip, then heyHusky shall lose its claim to the trip price. Instead, insofar as heyHusky is not responsible for the cancellation or a force majeure event has occurred, it may demand an appropriate fee for the travel arrangements that were made before the cancellation as well as its expenditures based upon the respective trip price.

6.3. heyHusky has created a time-based graduated scale for this compensation claim, i.e. subject to the consideration of the proximity of the point in time of the cancellation to the contractually-agreed beginning of the trip in a percentile relationship to the trip price, a lump-sum amount is stipulated and, during the calculation of the fee, the expenditures which are customarily-spared and the customary potential other usages of the travel services are taken into consideration. The fee shall be calculated as follows based upon the point in time of the receipt of the Customer’s cancellation declaration: a) Self-arranged travel, travel with the brokered flight and trips which do not fall under the following Clauses b)

- Up to the 31st day before the beginning of the trip 20 %
- From the 30th day before the beginning of the trip 25 %
- From the 22nd day before the beginning of the trip 35 %
- From the 15th day before the beginning of the trip 50 %
- From the 8th day before the beginning of the trip 70 %
- From the 2nd day before the beginning of the trip until the day when the trip begins or if the trip is not taken 80 % of the trip’s price; Specially-designated trips with special rates;
- Up to the 46th day before the beginning of the trip 20 %
- From the 45th day before the beginning of the trip 50 %
- From the 35th day before the beginning of the trip 80 %
- From the 2nd day before the beginning of the trip until the day when the trip begins or if the trip is not taken 90 % of the trip’s price;

6.4. In each case, the Customer shall be at liberty to document to heyHusky that heyHusky has suffered no damages or substantially lower damages than the lump-sum amount which it is demanding.
6.5. heyHusky reserves the right, in lieu of the aforementioned lump-sum amount, to demand a higher, concrete compensation amount insofar as heyHusky documents that heyHusky has incurred substantially higher expenditures than the respectively applicable lump-sum amount. In this case, heyHusky shall be obliged to concretely detail and document the demanded compensation subject to the consideration of the spared expenditures and any other usage of the travel services.

6.6. The statutory right of the Customer, in accordance with § 651 b BGB, to designate a replacement participant, shall remain unaffected by the aforementioned terms and conditions.
6.7. The conclusion of trip cancellation cost insurance and insurance in order to cover the repatriation costs in the event of an accident or illness are urgently recommended.

7. Rebookings

7.1. After the conclusion of the contractual agreement, no claim upon the part of the Customer shall exist to request changes regarding the travel timeframe, the travel destination, the location where the trip is begun, the lodging, food requests, means of transport or other services (rebooking). If, upon the Customer’s request, a rebooking is nonetheless made, heyHusky may, while meeting the below-mentioned deadlines, charge a rebooking fee to the Customer per each Traveller affected by the rebooking. Insofar as nothing to the contrary was agreed in the individual case before the approval of the rebooking, the rebooking fee shall respectively amount to, up to the point in time of the beginning of the second cancellation scale of the respective travel method in accordance with the aforementioned provision in Clause 6, € 30 per affected Traveller. 7.2. Rebooking requests by the Customer, which are made after the lapsing of the deadlines, may, insofar as their implementation is possible at all, only be implemented after the rescission of the Travel Agreement in accordance with Clauses 6.2 to 6.5 at the terms and conditions and while simultaneously registering anew. This shall not be valid for rebooking requests which trigger only minor costs.

8. Services which are not Utilised

If the Traveller does not utilise the individual travel services that have been properly offered to him owing to reasons which are attributable to him (e.g. owing to an early return trip home or owing to other compulsory reasons), he shall have no claim to a proportional reimbursement of the trip’s price. heyHusky shall endeavour to obtain a reimbursement of the spared expenditures from its own service providers. This obligation shall cease to be valid if it concerns very insignificant services.

9. Cancellation Owing to the Failure to Attain the Minimum Participant Figure

9.1. In the event that the minimum participant figure is not attained, heyHusky may cancel in accordance with the following provisions:
a) The minimum participant figure and the subsequent point in time of the cancellation by heyHusky must be stated in the concrete trip description or, in the event of uniform provisions for all trips or certain types of trips, in a general catalogue note or a general service description
b) heyHusky must state the minimum participant figure and the latest cancellation deadline in the trip confirmation or make reference there to the corresponding information in the respective brochure
c) heyHusky shall be obliged to promptly declare the cancellation of the trip to the Customer if it is discovered that the trip will not be implemented as the result of the failure to attain the minimum participant figure.
d) A cancellation by heyHusky later than four weeks before the beginning of the trip shall not be permitted.
9.2. In the event of a cancellation, the Customer may demand to participate in another trip which is at least comparable if heyHusky is able to offer such a trip without additional costs for the Customer from its offerings. The Customer must promptly assert this right against heyHusky after receiving the declaration regarding the cancellation of the trip by heyHusky.
9.3. If the trip is not implemented owing to this reason, the Customer shall promptly receive a reimbursement of his payments that have been made towards the trip’s price.

10. Termination Owing to Conduct-Related Reasons

10.1. heyHusky may terminate the Travel Agreement without providing notice if the Customer, despite having received a warning from HeyHusky, sustainably is disruptive or if he commits contractual violations to such an extent that the immediate termination of the contractual agreement is justified.
10.2. If heyHusky makes termination, then it shall reserve its claim to the trip’s price; however, it must allow the offsetting of the spared expenditures as well as those advantages which it obtains as the result of another usage of the services which were not utilised–including the amounts credited to it by its own service providers.

11. Obligations of the Customer/Traveller

11.1. The obligation to make a notification of defects which is stated in § 651 d Para. 2 BGB shall be concretised for trips with heyHusky as follows
a) The Traveller shall be obliged to promptly make notification of any flaws to the local representatives of heyHusky (travel management, agency) and to request remedial action from them.
b) The Traveller shall be notified, by no later than the sending of the travel documents, of the name of the person, the contact information and the communication data of heyHusky’s representatives.

c) If, in accordance with the contractual agreements, a local representative or travel guide is not owed, then the Traveller shall be obliged to promptly make notification of flaws directly to heyHusky at the below-mentioned address.
d) The Traveller’s claims shall only then be forfeited if the Traveller fails to make notification of such flaws in a faultless fashion. Travel guides, agencies and employees of heyHusky’s own service providers shall not be entitled, and have not been authorised by heyHusky, to confirm flaws or to acknowledge claims asserted against heyHusky.
11.2. If the trip is substantially compromised as the result of a trip flaw, then the Customer/Traveller may terminate the contractual agreement. The same shall be valid if it is not reasonable for him to take the trip as the result of such a flaw owing to an important reason which is recognisable to heyHusky. The termination shall only then be permitted if heyHusky or, insofar as availability exists and contractual partners have been contractually-agreed, its authorised representatives (travel guide, agency), have allowed a notice period, which has been appropriately set by the Customer/Traveller, to lapse without taking remedial action. The setting of a notice period shall not be required if the remedial action is impossible or if heyHusky or its authorised representative refuses to take remedial action or if the immediate termination of the contractual agreement is justified owing to a special interest upon the part of the Traveller.

11.3. In the event of the loss of luggage, damage to luggage, and delays in receiving one’s luggage, any damage or deliver delays affecting the luggage for air travel must be promptly reported by the Traveller in situ by means of a notice of loss to the responsible airline. Airlines may refuse to make reimbursements if the notice of loss has not been filled out. The notice of loss must be submitted for damage to luggage within 7 days; for a delay, within 21 days after the date of handover. Otherwise, the loss, damage or misrouting of the luggage must be reported to heyHusky’s designated office (see above, Clauses 11.1b) and c)).
11.4. The Customer must notify heyHusky if he has not received, or not completely received, the required travel documents (e.g. airplane ticket, hotel vouchers) within the timeframe designated by heyHusky to him.

12. Special Obligations of the Customer

The participation in dog sledding requires a high degree of self-responsibility upon the part of the Customer. In this context, reference is expressly made particularly to the Important Information for Participating in Dog Sledding Tours. They can be reviewed by clicking on the following link: Important Information for Dog Sledding Tours.

13. Assertion of Claims, Addressee, Exclusion Periods; Information regarding Consumer Dispute Resolution

13.1. Claims in accordance with §§651c – f BGB must be asserted by the Customer/Traveller within one month’s time after the contractually-prescribed point in time when the trip ends. The timeframe shall begin to run on the day which follows the day when the trip contractually ends. If the last day of the timeframe falls on a Sunday, a general legal holiday which is recognised by the respective government at the declaration site or a Saturday, then such a day shall be supplanted by the next working day.
13.2. The assertion of such a claim may be made in a timely manner only to heyHusky at the following address. A timely notification may not be made to heyHusky’s own service providers–particularly not to the lodging establishment. A written assertion of such a claim is urgently recommended. After the lapsing of the deadline, the Customer may assert claims only if he has been prevented from meeting the deadline through no fault of his own.

13.3. With regards to the German Consumer Dispute Resolution Act, heyHusky wishes to point out that, when these Travel Terms and Conditions went to print, essential provisions of this law had not yet become effective. heyHusky shall not participate in voluntary consumer dispute resolution proceedings. Insofar as consumer dispute resolution proceedings would be obligatory for heyHusky after these Travel Terms and Conditions went to print, heyHusky shall notify the consumers of this in a suitable form. For all Travel Agreements which have been concluded in electronic legal transactions, heyHusky makes reference to the European Online Dispute Resolution Platform http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr/.

14. Statute of Limitations

14.1. The claims of the Customer/Traveller in accordance with §§ 651c – f BGB as the result of the loss of life, physical injury or damage to health arising from contractual violations which are based upon intentional wrongdoing or gross negligence upon the part of heyHusky or one of its legal representatives or vicarious agents shall become statute-barred in two years. This shall also be valid for claims for compensation for other damages arising from contractual violations which are based upon intentional wrongdoing or gross negligence upon the part of heyHusky or one of its legal representatives or vicarious agents.

14.2. All other claims in accordance with §§ 651c – f BGB [German Civil Code] shall become statute-barred in one year.
14.3. The statute of limitations period in accordance with Clauses 14.1 and 14.2 shall begin to run on the day which follows the day of the contractual end of the trip. If the last day of the timeframe falls on a Sunday, a general legal holiday which is recognised by the respective government at the declaration site or a Saturday, then such a day shall be supplanted by the next working day.
14.4. If negotiations are pending between the Customer/Traveller and heyHusky regarding the claim or the circumstances substantiating the claim, then the statute of limitations period shall be suspended until the Customer/Traveller or heyHusky refuses to continue the negotiations. The statute of limitations period shall begin to run anew by no earlier than three months after the end of the suspension.

15. Notification Obligations regarding the Identity of the Implementing Airline

15.1. At the time of the booking, heyHusky shall notify the Customer, in accordance with the EU Directives on the Notification of Airline Passengers, of the identity of the implementing airline, before or by no later than when the booking is made, of the identity of the implementing airline(s) regarding all airline transportation services to be rendered for the booked trip.
15.2. If, when the booking is made, the implementing airline(s) is (are) not yet known, heyHusky shall be obliged to notify the Customer of the airline and/or airlines which will probably be implementing the flight. As soon as heyHusky knows which airline will be implementing the flight, heyHusky shall notify the Customer.
15.3. If the implementing airline changes which will be transporting the Customer, heyHusky shall promptly notify the Customer of the change as quickly as possible in a suitable fashion.
15.4. The “Black List” (airlines which are forbidden from using the air space above the member countries) in accordance with the EC Directives is accessible on the Internet pages of HeyHusky or directly via http://ec.europa.eu/transport/modes/air/safety/air-ban/index_de.htm and can also be reviewed on HeyHusky’s business premises.

16. Passport, Visa and Health Directives

16.1. heyHusky shall notify the citizens of a country in the European Union, in which the trip is offered, regarding the provisions of the passport, visa and health directives before concluding the contractual agreement as well as of any changes before the trip begins. For citizens of other countries, the competent consulate shall provide information in this regard. It is assumed in this context that no special factors affecting the Traveller and any Co-Travellers (e.g. double citizenship, no citizenship) exist.
16.2. The Customer shall be responsible for the procurement and holding of the required government-issued travel documents, any required immunisations as well as the fulfilment of the customs and foreign exchange directives. Any disadvantages which are incurred owing to the failure to fulfil these directives, e.g. the payment of cancellation costs, shall be assumed by the Customer himself. This shall not be valid if heyHusky has not provided the relevant information, has not provided such information satisfactorily or provided wrong information.

16.3. heyHusky shall not be liable for the prompt issuance and receipt of the required visas that have been issued by the respective diplomatic representation if the Customer has commissioned it with the procurement thereof unless heyHusky has culpably violated its own obligations.

17. Choice of Laws and Legal Venue

17.1. For Customers/Travellers who are not citizens of a member country of the European Union or Swiss citizens, the overall legal and contractual relationship between the Customer/Traveller and heyHusky shall be agreed to be subject to the exclusive validity of German law. Such Customers/Travellers may take legal action against heyHusky exclusively in the legal venue which is competent for heyHusky’s commercial residence.
17.2. If heyHusky takes legal action against Customers and/or contractual partners in accordance with the Travel Agreement who are entrepreneurs, juridical persons under public law or private law or persons who have their domicile or customary abode abroad, or whose domicile or customary abode is not known at the point in time that legal action is taken, then the legal venue shall be agreed to be heyHusky’s commercial residence.

heyHusky GmbH
General Manager: Alwin Lösche
HRB 147483 Amtsgericht Hamburg
Hoisberg 2 - 22359 Hamburg
Germany
Phone: +49 40 22861179
E-Mail: info@heyHusky.com

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