Sport BGH verdict: VW also has to reimburse credit costs
Imminent Derek Chauvin Trial Verdict Prompts Minnesota to Declare Emergency in 7 Counties
The state's governor is bracing for potential violence and unrest if the verdict doesn't satisfy those seeking justice for George Floyd's death.Chauvin is the former police officer accused of murdering Black Minneapolis resident George Floyd on May 25, 2020. Lawyers in Chauvin's trial began making their closing arguments on Monday. A verdict will soon follow.
Volkswagen must also reimburse diesel plaintiffs the credit cost for their car in full. This decided on Tuesday of the Federal Court of Justice in Karlsruhe in the last instance.
This was fundamentally condemned to repay a customer financing costs of almost 3300 euros.
It was said that the damages claims of diesel owners in the exhaust scandal against VW also included the additional costs for the rate financing of a car.
From a line in the so-called "Dieselgate" affair, Volkswagen is still far away.
The scandal about manipulated diesel engines has already cost the German car maker already more than 32 billion euros.
Other claims could follow. According to the applicant's lawyer, the recent judgment for thousands of customers was important, as much of the car purchase was credit-financed.
It goes average for a refund of several thousand euros.
VW, however, announced that the BGH judgment could not be transferred to all funded vehicle purchases.
on the Place George Floyd, the hope of a "Best Day" .
© Chandan Khanna People gather in Square George Floyd in Minneapolis (United States) after the announcement of the verdict in the trial of Derek Chauvin On April 20, 2021 in the aftermath of the verdict celebrations, and despite the cold weather, they come to collect Wednesday on the square George Floyd in Minneapolis, in the middle of the flowers, candles and stuffed, waiting for the hoped. .