In German law, placing on the market means in particular
- according to Product Safety Act (ProdSG) the first time a product is available on the market. No. 15
- according to Chemicals Act (ChemG), the supply to third parties or the provision for third parties; bringing them to Germany is considered placing on the market. According to sentence 2, definitions of the EU chemicals law implemented by the ChemG shall apply unaffected: While Regulation (EC) No. 1907/2006 defines it in the same way (including imports into the EU), Regulation (EU) No. 517/2014 understands over fluorinated greenhouse gases including "first delivery or provision to third parties in the Union or own use ... by a manufacturer"  . sentence 1 no. 9 of the
- in accordance with Medicines Act (AMG), keeping in stock for sale or for other supply, keeping for sale, offering for sale and supplying to others . (17 ) of the German
- in accordance with Medical Devices Act (MPG), any transfer of medical devices to others, whether against payment or free of charge. No. 11 of the
- according to Food and Feed Code (LFGB), the keeping of food or feed ready for sale, including offering for sale or any other form of transfer, regardless of whether free of charge or not, as well as the sale, distribution or other forms of Transfer itself (see also Art. 3 No. 8 of Regulation (EC) No. 178/2002). No. 1 of the
- according to § 7 para. 2 no. 18 of the Federal Nature Conservation Act, offering, keeping in stock for handing over, holding for sale and every handing over to others.
- According to the prevailing opinion on Product Liability Act (ProdHaftG), “the final, voluntary release of the product from the manufacturer's sphere of influence and organization”.  According to the case law of the European Court of Justice  , it is sufficient for placing on the market within the framework of Art. 7 lit. a of the Directive 85/374 / EEC on which the law is based, however, "that the manufacturing process of the product is completed according to the will of the manufacturer."  Paragraph 2, No. 1 of the
About the meaning in
- For patent law, see placing on the market (PatG) .
- For narcotics law, see placing on the market (BtMG) .
- For criminal law see Counterfeiting and placing counterfeit money on the market .
Placing on the market is particularly important under Austrian law
In European law :
In trademark law , the placing on the market causes the exhaustion of trademark law. In 1998, the ECJ made it clear in its judgment in the Silhouette case  that the Trademark Directive is based on the principle of Community-wide or EEA- wide exhaustion. If the branded goods are placed on the market outside the EEA by the brand owner or with his consent, this does not exhaust his industrial property rights within the EEA. The trademark owner can oppose the import of the protected products into the EEA and prevent parallel imports.
- Art. 3 Ziff. 12 REACH-VO, Art. 2 Ziff. 10 F-Gase-VO
- Gerhard Wagner, in: Munich Commentary on the BGB , 6th edition 2013, § 1 ProdHaftG Rn. 24.
- Gerhard Wagner, in: Munich Commentary on the BGB , 6th edition 2013, § 1 ProdHaftG Rn. 26th
- ECJ judgment of July 16, 1998 , Az. C-355/96, full text - Silhouette.