All complaints must be submitted in writing within 14 days of receipt of the goods in question. Once the goods have been cut-for-use or otherwise changed (washing etc.), no further claims can be entertained. Typical deviations and technically unavoidable differences in the properties of the goods, such as quality, colour, width, weight, fittings and design, shall not be considered errors. The buyer is only entitled to make the goods delivered available, but has no right to demand a replacement consignment. If a consignment is found to be defective or incorrect, the seller shall be entitled to provide a replacement within a reasonable subsequent deadline. No claims for compensation shall be entertained. Faults not immediately found must be reported in writing as soon as they are discovered, and at the latest must be reported within 6 months of the seller sending the goods to the buyer. No further liabilities for the seller, regardless of their legal grounding, particularly claims for compensation, for consequential losses or damages, or buyer-sided claims for compensation or damages resulting from the failure of the seller to fulfil accessory obligations, shall be entertained.