Maaxxx

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  1. Attest vs Hausrecht

    But the problem stays - I am not able to execute my rights as a person with a proven medical condition. And only because shops makes their own rules disregarding what has been written in the Law.
  2. Attest vs Hausrecht

      You had and you have the rights to wear masks all your life. Do not understand what's stopping you...
  3. Attest vs Hausrecht

    Do you really need to know the details of my personal life and why I needed to visit the furniture store or just chatting? To make it easy for you - about 2 hours ago I was not able to buy a food for my family in Aldi for the same reason.  
  4. Attest vs Hausrecht

    Did you read my post? I do not think that I am exempt. Where did you get it? The doctor told me that it constitutes a danger to my health and I must not wear a mask more than 10 minutes before we can arrange an OP.
  5. Attest vs Hausrecht

    Well, that's strange because at the link you've provided it's written at the beginning: Das Allgemeine Gleichbehandlungsgesetz (AGG) schützt in solchen Situationen aber nur Menschen, die wegen einer Behinderung keinen oder nur einen bestimmten Mund-Nasen-Schutz tragen können. My rights are clearly violated here because it has been stated in Coronaschutzverordnung that I am exempt from wearing the masks.  
  6. Attest vs Hausrecht

    Hello everyone!   I have a pathology of the respiratory tract and recently because of the masks, the situation has worsened. For the time before the operation, the doctor wrote out a certificate exempting me from wearing a mask.   In two stores (hoffner, ikea) the same situation has happened – either put on a mask or leave a store. The clause from the NRW Coronaschutzverordnung about "Personen, die aus medizinischen Gründen keine Maske tragen könne" is of no interest to anyone. In hoffner-e, the administrator told me in plain text "Es ist mir egal, was im Gesetz geschrieben".   Is it true that Hausrecht gives employees the right to force me to leave the store despite the Coronaschutzverordnung clause and the Allgemeines Gleichbehandlungsgesetz (Behinderung clauses)?   Thank for your answers!