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  1. Germany - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    Act to amend the Basic Law of the Federal Republic of Germany (article 91e) - Act on-line in German

    Adoption: 2010-07-21 | Date of entry into force: 2010-07-26 | DEU-2010-L-87024

    Article 91e stipulates cooperation between Federal and regional authorities in providing basic insurance for job seekers.

  2. Germany - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    Act amending Section 108 of the Basic Law.

    Adoption: 2001-11-26 | DEU-2001-L-60650

    Amends Basic Law with regard to the establishment of intermediary government bodies (Mittelbehörden).

  3. Germany - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Act to amend the Basic Law (Article 19).

    Adoption: 1998-03-26 | Date of entry into force: 1998-04-01 | DEU-1998-C-49560

    Permits the use of listening devices in cases where there is reason to believe that a serious criminal offense is being committed. Use of listening devices shall require an order from a body of three judges.

  4. Germany - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Act to amend the Basic Law.

    Adoption: 1995-11-03 | Date of entry into force: 1995-11-11 | DEU-1995-C-42166

    Makes two small amendments to Article 106, paras. 3 and 4, relating to minimum tax revenue.

  5. Germany - Constitutional law - Constitution

    41st and 42nd Amendments to the Basic Law of the Federal Republic of Germany.

    Adoption: 1994-10-27 | DEU-1994-C-44018

    The 41st Amendment was passed on 30 August 1994 and amends provisions relating to the administration of the postal service (Articles 73, 80, 87, inserts new 87f and 143b). The 42nd amendment was passed 27 October 1994 and makes numerous insertions and amendments. Inter alia, amends Article 3 (equality before the law), stating that the state shall foster the implementation of equal entitlement between men and women, and that no person shall be disadvantaged because of a disability. Also amends provisions relating to the powers and boundaries of the Bundeslaender, as well as their competence in concurrent legislation.

  6. Germany - Constitutional law - Constitution

    39th Amendment of the Basic Law, 28 June 1993.

    Adoption: 1993-06-28 | DEU-1993-C-41549

    Amends Articles 16 and 18 relating to the right to asylum. Inserts a new Article 16a which provides that a person has no right to asylum if coming from a third country which is a party to the Convention concerning the Legal Status of Refugees and the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms. Also provides for the creation of a list of states which are to be considered free from political persecution.

  7. Germany - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Thirty-eighth Amendment of the Basic Law, 21 December 1992 (BGBl I, S. 2086).

    Adoption: 1992-12-21 | DEU-1992-C-41548

    Amends Articles 45, 52, 88, 50, and 115, all relating to the European Union. A new Article 45 provides for the creation of a committee for affairs of the European Union.

  8. Germany - Constitutional law - Constitution

    37th Amendment of the Basic Law, 21 July 1992 (BGBl, S. 1254).

    Adoption: 1992-07-21 | DEU-1992-C-41547

    Amends Article 87d, [Aviation administration] Section 1, by adding the following second sentence: "The organizational form of public or private law is decided by federal law."

  9. Germany - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Notification of 19 September 1990 of the Letter of the President of the Parliament to the German Democratic Republic of 25 August 1990 and of the Decision of the Parliament of 23 August 1990 on the accession of the German Democratic Republic to the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Germany.

    Adoption: 1990-09-19 | DEU-1990-C-26943

  10. Germany - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    An Act (No. 17) to amend the Basic Law [of 23 May 1949/3].

    Adoption: 1968-06-24 | DEU-1968-L-18187

    Amends, inter alia, ss. 10 (privacy of correspondence), 11 (freedom of movement) and 12 (free choice of occupation), adds a new s. 12a (military service, conscientious objectors) and repeals ss. 142a and 143 (not published in the Legislative Series).

  11. Germany - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    Federal Constitutional Court Act, 1951. (Bundesverfassungsgerichts-Gesetz (BVerfGG)) - Legislation on-line Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1951-03-12 | DEU-1951-L-91700

    Made up of 107 articles, this Law regulates the establishment, composition and functional of the Constitutional Court.
    PART I - CONSTITUTION AND COMPETENCE OF THE FEDERAL CONSTITUTIONAL COURT

    PART II - CONSTITUTIONAL COURT PROCEDURE
    Section 1. General procedural regulations
    Section 2. Access to files outside the case

    PART III - INDIVIDUAL CASE TYPES
    Section 1. Procedure in cases pursuant to Article 13(1) (Forfeiture of basic rights)
    Section 2. Procedure in cases pursuant to Article 13(2) (Prohibition of parties)
    Section 3. Procedure in cases pursuant to Article 13(3) (scrutiny of election)
    Section 4. Procedure in cases pursuant to Article 13(4) (Impeachment of the Federal President)
    Section 5. Procedure in cases pursuant to Article 13(9) (Impeachment of judges)
    Section 6. Procedure in cases pursuant to Article 13(5) (Disputes between organs)
    Section 7. Procedure in cases pursuant to Article 13(7) (Disputes between the Federation and the Länder)
    Section 8. Procedure in cases pursuant to Article 13(8) (Public law disputes of a non-constitutional nature between the Federation and the Länder)
    Section 9. Procedure in cases pursuant to Article 13(10) (Constitutional disputes within a Land)
    Section 10. Cases under Article 13(6) and 6(a) (Abstract review of laws)
    Section 11. Procedure in cases pursuant to Article 13(11) (Concrete review of laws)
    Section 12. Procedure in cases pursuant to Article 13(12) (Verification of public international law rules)
    Section 13. Procedure in cases pursuant to Article 13(13) (Submission by the constitutional court of a Land)
    Section 14. Procedure in cases pursuant to Article 13(14) (Continuation of law as federal law)
    Section 15. Procedure in cases pursuant to Article 13(8a) (Constitutional Complaints)
    Section 16. Procedure in cases pursuant to Article 13(6b)

    PART IV - FINAL PROVISIONS

  12. Germany - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Basic Law of the Federal Republic of Germany (GG). (Grundgesetz für die Bundesrepublik Deutschland - GG) - Legislation on-line in German and English Legislation on-line in German Legislation online

    Adoption: 1949-05-23 | DEU-1949-C-39140

    Comprised of 11 Chapters and 146 articles, covering a broad range of matters including basic rights, the Federation and the Länder, the Bundestag, Bundesrat, Joint Committee and the Presidency and administration of justice. All people are equal under the law, men and women have equal rights, and no one shall be prejudiced or favoured because of their sex, birth, race, language, national or social origin, faith, religion or political opinions. Grants freedom of religion, expression and assembly. All individuals and occupations or professions are guaranteed the right to form associations to safeguard and improve working and economic conditions. Restricts measures that may be directed against industrial disputes engaged in for this purpose. Gives all Germans the right to freely choose their occupation or profession, place of work study or training.


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