Statement Of The Constitutional Court, That Phrase Was Sunny Unconstitutional In § 607 Para 12 Of The General Social Security Act Concomitant Act On The Budget 2011

Original Language Title: Ausspruch des Verfassungsgerichtshofes, dass eine Wortfolge in § 607 Abs. 12 des Allgemeinen Sozialversicherungsgesetzes idF des Budgetbegleitgesetzes 2011 verfassungswidrig war

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166. Statement by the Federal Chancellor on the ruling of the Constitutional Court that a phrase in Section 607 (12) of the General Social Security Act (idF) of the Budget Accompanying Act 2011 was unconstitutional.

According to Art. 140 (5) and (7) B-VG and in accordance with § 64 (2) and § 65 of the Constitutional Court Act 1953, BGBl. No. 85, is made known:

The Constitutional Court, with the recognition of 25 June 2013, G 3-9/2013-15, G 50 /2013-10, delivered to the Federal Chancellor on 25 July 2013, rightly recognized:

" I.

The phrase "if for them a contribution in the amount of 22.8% of the thirty-fold minimum contribution basis according to § 76a (3) per equivalent month is paid under the appropriate application of section 227 (4)" in § 607 (12) of the Federal Law of 9 September 1955 through the General Social Insurance (General Social Insurance Act-ASVG), BGBl. Nr. 189, in the version of the Budgetbegleitgesetz 2011, BGBl. I n ° 111/2010, was unconstitutional until 1 July 2011.

II.

The sequence of words recognized as unconstitutional is no longer applicable in the procedure 10 ObS 20 /13h before the Supreme Court. "

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