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1.1 These General Terms and Conditions of Sale of the Hotel Industry (hereinafter referred to as “AGBH 2006”) replace the former ÖHVB in the version of 23 September 1981.1.2 The AGBH 2006 does not exclude special agreements. The AGBH 2006 depends on the agreements concluded individually. The Gastein Convention, also known as the Badgastein Convention, was a contract signed on August 14, 1865 in Bad Gastein, Austria.  It embodied agreements between the two main powers of the German Federation, Prussia and Austria, on the government of the Elbherdutümer Schleswig, Holstein and Sachsen-Lauenburg. Contents § 1 Scope § 2 Definitions § 3 Performance of the contract – deposit§ 4 Start and end of the accommodation contract § 5 Termination of the accommodation contract – Stornogebühr § 6 Provision of alternative accommodation § 7 Rights of the contractor § 8 Obligations of the contractor § 9 Rights of the Beherberger § 10 Obligations of the Beherbergers § 11 Liability of the Beherbergers for damage to the property of the hosts § 12 Limitations of liability § 13 Animals § 14 Extension of the hostel § 15 Termination of – Early cancellation .§ 16 Illness or death of the guest § 17 Place of performance, jurisdiction and applicable law § 18 Other The GasteinerEr Kongress marked the end of all attempts to find a peaceful solution to the German question. It soon collapsed because Bismarck was successfully attempting to provoke a war with the Austrian Empire and eliminate Austria from the German Federation. The Austrian government had tolerated the reign of Duke Frederick VIII of Schleswig-Holstein, much to prussia`s chagrin. On 1 June 1866, Austria asked the Federal Assembly for a resolution on the status of Holstein, which Prussia considered a violation of mutual agreement.
Under this pretext, nine days later, Prussian troops entered Holstein, which led to the outbreak of the Austro-Prussian War, also known as the Seven Week War. Gastein Convention, also known as the Badgastein Convention, a convention between Austria and Prussia, concluded on 20 August 1865 following its conquest of the duchies of Schleswig and Holstein of Denmark in 1864; it temporarily postponed the last battle between them for hegemony over Germany. . . .