In Gaißau-Hintersee (Tennengau/Flachgau), the demolition procedure for the ski lift system has been delayed. The procedure is suspended because the lift company no longer has a managing director. However, the authority cannot continue the process without it. Now the regional court has to appoint a manager.
According to the company register, Gaißau Hintersee Bergbahnen GmbH no longer has a managing director. The previous boss only took over her position in April from her ex-partner Bernhard Eibl junior. But now she is only an authorized officer of the company and without a managing director, the state’s cable car authority cannot continue the ongoing demolition procedure for the lifts.
Regional court must use emergency manager
Therefore, the regional court has now been commissioned by the authority to appoint an emergency manager in accordance with Section 15a Paragraph 1 of the GmbH Act. Until it is ordered, however, the demolition process is in place, according to the office of Transport Councilor Stefan Schnöll (ÖVP).
Wage payments should also still be open
It is also still unclear how the claims for outstanding wages from former employees of the lift company and the open lease payments will continue. Several lawsuits are threatened here and there are also demolition costs for the elevator of around one million euros. In the end, Gaissau Hintersee Bergbahnen GmbH could face bankruptcy proceedings.