Crazy process: environmentalists want to force VW, hydrogen power instead of batteries in the car to install

The Oberlandesgericht Braunschweig (higher regional court) confirmed, according to a message from a Wednesday to a decision by the regional court of Braunschwei

Crazy process: environmentalists want to force VW, hydrogen power instead of batteries in the car to install

The Oberlandesgericht Braunschweig (higher regional court) confirmed, according to a message from a Wednesday to a decision by the regional court of Braunschweig, which had rejected the request of the man before. This was to compel Volkswagen by an injunction to use instead of batteries, hydrogen-powered generators in the cars. His view, production of large climate and health damage threatened by the Battery. (OLG Az.: 9 W 13/19)

VW may build cars in the framework of the laws, such as the group

wants the court of appeal saw it differently: Civil law, the plaintiff should not determine whether a battery-powered electric vehicles built and sold are likely to be, or not. Since this decision affects all of the car manufacturers, the case of the decision in the competence of the legislator and regulator. In addition, the complaint of the applicant was inadmissible because he engaged without a lawyer.

legal aid to the applicant also. The plaintiff did not like and turned with a further legal aid application to the Federal court of justice has rejected the application for costs. (Az.: I ZA 5/20)

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Updated Date: 19 July 2020, 15:26

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