Change Of The Registration Act Implementing Regulation - Meldev

Original Language Title: Änderung der Meldegesetz-Durchführungsverordnung - MeldeV

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50. Ordinance of the Federal Minister for the Interior, with which the Reporting Act-Implementing Regulation (Reporting V) is amended.

On the basis of the Reporting Act 1991 (Reporting G), BGBl. No 9/1992, as last amended by the Federal Law BGBl.  I n ° 52/2015, in accordance with § § 14 and 15 in agreement with the Federal Minister for Finance, the following:

The regulation of the Federal Minister of the Interior on the implementation of the Reporting Act (Reporting Act-Implementing Regulation-Reporting V), BGBl.  II No 66/2002, as last amended by the BGBl Regulation.  II No 65/2010, shall be amended as follows:

1. In § 14 paragraph 1, the amount "1.000 €" is replaced by the amount "1.100 €" .

2. In § 15 (1), the amount "1 €" is replaced by the amount "1.10 €" .

3. In § 15 para. 2, the phrase "3 €" is replaced by the phrase "3,30 € to the operator" and the amount "1 €" is replaced by the amount "1,10 €"

4. Section 15 (3) reads:

" (3) For reporting information pursuant to Section 18 (1) of the Reporting Act and Section 18 (1b) of the Reporting Act, which are granted under the use of the ZMR, administrative charges are to be paid in the amount of € 3.30. For confirmation of registration pursuant to § 19 of the Reporting Act, which are issued with the use of the ZMR, administrative charges are to be paid in the amount of 3 €. An administrative fee of € 3.30 is to be paid to the operator for a reporting information in accordance with Section 18 (1a) of the Reporting Act. "

5. In § 15 paragraph 5, the amount "0.02 €" is replaced by the amount "0,04 €" .

6. The following paragraph 6 is added to Article 15:

" (6) If any other person entitled to a query is a church or religious group recognised by law, the administrative levy referred to in para. 2 shall not apply if the particular church or religious community is to be the operator shall pay a lump sum. This amounts to 0.04 € per member of the respective church or religious community. The number of its members is to be made credible to the Federal Minister of the Interior by the respective church or religious community on the occasion of the announcement of the use of this option and subsequently in each case by 1 March. The calculated amount shall be paid for the first time three months after the start of the use and thereafter in the first quarter for the current calendar year. "

7. In accordance with § 16, the following § § 17, 18 and 19 together with the heading are inserted:

" ZMR Change Service

§ 17. (1) A request according to § 16c Reporting G has to contain the number of personal data records of the respective data application. The request for initial equipment approved by the stock-number register authority shall be connected to the request by the BPK.

(2) The amount of the cost statements to be used for the connection and for the day-to-day operation depends on the number of personal data records of the participating data application and is:

1.

to connect to

.

0-100,000 records

€ 3,000

100.001-500.000 records

€ 4,000

.

more than 500,000 records

€ 5,000

2.

for ongoing operation on

.

0-100,000 records

€ 4,000/calendar year

100.001-500.000 records

€ 11.000/calendar year

.

more than 500,000 records

€ 21.000/calendar year

3.

For the delivery of the ZMR data in accordance with § 16c last sentence of the reporting unit, one cent per year Record.

(3) The provision of information about changes in reporting data is made through the daily provision of a table on the changes made in the ZMR. This contains the encrypted area-specific person identifiers (bPK-ZP and bPK of the participating data application) of those records of the ZMR that have changed within the last day.

(4) The Federal Minister of the Interior may publish the technical specifications for the provision and use of the change service in a technical specifications description. The query of the changed records using the encrypted bPK-ZPs, as well as to ensure that a participating register is affected, has the after or family name within 14 days from the provision of the table in accordance with (3) in a request procedure in accordance with the technical specifications.

Logout using the Citizen Card function

§ 18. (1) The logout of full-year people from an accommodation (Section 4 (2a) of the Reporting Act) can be made using the Citizen Card function (Section 4 (1) E-GovG) in long-distance data traffic.

(2) After successful authentication of the person to be reported using the Citizen Card function, his upright residences are to be displayed in the course of a query in the ZMR in such a way that a residence or several residences can be selected. After the transmission of the selection by means of long-distance data traffic to the operator of the ZMR, the ZMR has to carry out the reports in the ZMR for the respective reporting authority and to communicate these to them.

(3) The operator has received a confirmation from the reporting person about the unsubscribe (s) made either in the form of a copy of the total data set, or at the request of the reporting party in the form of a copy of the , the most recently amended reporting data, each provided with its official signature, to be made available through the use of remote data traffic.

(4) The date to be determined in accordance with Section 4 (2a) of the Reporting Act, from which a sign-off may be made using the Citizen Card function in accordance with Section 4 (2a) of the Reporting Act, is 1 April 2016.

Guest directories guide

§ 19. (1) The accommodation establishment has guest directories according to § 10 Reporting G by means of automation-assisted data processing (electronic guest directory) or by the reporting authority signed guest-directory-leaf collection.

(2) The submission of the data pursuant to § 5 (1) and (3) of the Reporting Act into an electronic guest directory pursuant to para. 1 shall be carried out upon receipt of the accommodation.

1.

Electronic holding of the typeface of the reporting process to be processed Data including the signature (electronic submission by scanning) or

2.

Electronic capture of reporting data and acquisition of electronically recorded signature or

3.

Electronic input with qualified electronic signature.

(3) In terms of content, entries in electronic guest directories shall be in accordance with the model of Appendix A (guest directory sheet). In addition, guest directory sheets as well as entries in electronic guest directories according to para. 2 have a running, non-modifiable numbering; according to the local demand, the text can also be written in a foreign language. .

(4) Where a list of guests is provided with support for automation, the holder of the accommodation establishment shall ensure that appropriate arrangements are made in accordance with the state of the art in order to ensure that: Prevent access from unauthorized persons or systems to automation-supported data processing and to prevent access to them. Automation supports processed data are to be stored for three years and may also be kept as long as this is necessary for the fulfilment of legal obligations. After that, they are to be deleted. § 14 DSG 2000.

(5) If a list of guests is kept as a collection of guest directory sheets, the owner of the accommodation company shall be responsible for the fact that the reporting person does not have any other guest directory page filled out for third parties. will be made accessible. Guest directory leaf collections shall be kept for three years from the date of the last registration and may also be kept as long as this is necessary for the fulfilment of legal obligations. Guest directory sheets have to correspond to the model of Appendix A (guest directory leaf), and a list corresponding to the contents of Appendix A can also be enclosed for passengers.

(6) The date to be determined in accordance with Section 23 (12) of the Reporting Act, from which guest directories pursuant to Section 10 of the Reporting Act are to be held, is 1 April 2016. Guest sheets and electronic guest sheet collections existing at the time of accommodation shall be those of Annex B of the Reporting Act as amended by the Federal Law BGBl I No. 50/2012, may be used until 31 July 2017. "

8. § 17 is given the name § 20. The following paragraph 5 is added:

" (5) § § 14 Abs.1, 15, 18 and 19 together with headings in the version of the BGBl Regulation.  II No 50/2016 as well as Annex A in the version of the BGBl Regulation.  II No. 50/2016, enter into force with 1 April 2016. Section 17, as amended by the BGBl Regulation.  II No. 50/2016, shall enter into force at the day following the event. "

9. An attachment A "Guest Directory Sheet", which corresponds to the attached pattern, is appended:

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