Statement Of The Constitutional Court That Article 55 Paragraph 1 Lit. G, Certain Phrases In § 55 Section 4 And Section 102 Paragraph 1 Lit. H Of The 1959 Water Law Were Contrary To The Constitution

Original Language Title: Ausspruch des Verfassungsgerichtshofes, dass § 55 Abs. 1 lit. g, bestimmte Wortfolgen in § 55 Abs. 4 und § 102 Abs. 1 lit. h des Wasserrechtsgesetzes 1959 verfassungwidrig waren

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24 announcement of the German Chancellor about the saying of the Constitutional Court that article 55 paragraph 1 lit. g, certain phrases in § 55 section 4 and section 102 paragraph 1 lit. h of the 1959 water law were contrary to the Constitution

In accordance with article 140 paragraph 5 B-VG as well as according to § 64 para 2 and section 65 of the Constitution Court of Justice Act 1953, Federal Law Gazette No. 85/1953, published:

The Constitutional Court has recognized delivered right G 126/11-12, the Chancellor with realization by March 16, 2012, on April 5, 2012:

"Article 55 paragraph 1 lit. g and the phrases ", in case the party position (article 102, paragraph 1 lit. h) to take"as well as" in all official proceedings under this federal law and "in section 55, paragraph 4, and article 102, paragraph 1, lit. h of the water law of 1959 (WRG), BGBl. 215 sunny BGBl. I 87/2005 were unconstitutional."

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