Monuments: court dispute over Marienburg: company waives appeal

After the lawsuit in the dispute over the Marienburg near Hanover was dismissed, the EAH BetriebsgmbH does not want to take action against the verdict.

Monuments: court dispute over Marienburg: company waives appeal

After the lawsuit in the dispute over the Marienburg near Hanover was dismissed, the EAH BetriebsgmbH does not want to take action against the verdict. An appeal will be waived, according to a statement by the management, which was sent on request by the representing law firm. "Because no appeal was lodged, the judgment is now final," said the spokeswoman for the Hanover Regional Court, Annika Osterloh, on Tuesday of the German Press Agency. The competent civil chamber at the district court had dismissed the company's lawsuit a month ago.

At the time, Osterloh said in support of the verdict that EAH BetriebsgmbH had no claim to the Marienburg, the princely houses or art treasures. Ernst August Prince of Hanover had withdrawn his own complaint in a dispute with his son over the Marienburg. However, he had sold the receivables to the Salzburg company. The regional court described this assignment in July as "ineffective for legal reasons".

After the verdict, Ernst August junior emphasized that he was happy for the Marienburg Castle Foundation "that this secondary theater of war no longer existed". In 2019, the family hit the headlines because Ernst August junior wanted to sell the dilapidated castle to the public sector for one euro - against his father's will.

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