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Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) for consumers resident in the EU

As a consumer, depending on your residence country, you may have several options concerning a dispute that you have failed to resolve with Gaggenau directly, including an option of contacting a local alternative disputes resolution board.

What is ADR?

ADR is the procedures for settling cross-border disputes out of court with regard to contractual obligations that arise from purchase contracts or service agreements between a business established in the Union and a consumer who is resident in the Union, through the intervention of an alternative disputes resolution body, which suggests or imposes a solution for the parties or together with the parties, with the intention of facilitating a resolution in good faith.

An alternative disputes resolution board is not a court, but a neutral party (for example a consumer ombudsman or complaints board) that Gaggenau uses to resolve disputes in those cases in which the consumer initiates an alternative disputes resolution process. The procedure is cost-effective, simple and fast, which means it is advantageous for the consumer and for the business, both of whom can avoid high legal costs and long court proceedings.

How do I initiate an alternative disputes resolution procedure?

Contact your local disputes resolution board below concerning your claim against Gaggenau. The disputes resolution board can provide you with more detailed information about its procedures and answer the questions you have about the process.


In Lithuania, consumer could submit claim to State Consumer Rights Protection Authority:

Valstybinė vartotojų teisių apsaugos tarnyba

Vilniaus g. 25, LT-01402 Vilnius, Lietuva

Tel: +370 5 262 6751



List of all available ADR bodies in Latvia is available here:

In most cases your claim against Gaggenau would fall within the competence of:

Patērētāju ārpustiesas strīdu risināšanas komisija*

Rīga, Brīvības ielā 55, LV-1010

Tel: 65452554



In Estonia, consumer could submit claim to Consumers Disputes Committee:

Tarbijakaitseamet, Tarbijavaidluste komisjon

Aadress: Pronksi 12, 10117 Tallinn, Estonia

Tel: +372 6201 707


*This alternative disputes resolution board is included in the National Register of Approved Dispute Resolution Boards in accordance with the requirements set out in Directive 2013/11/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 21 May 2013 on Alternative Consumer Dispute Resolution.

Click here to access the European Commission website for disputes resolution on the internet.