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. Representing of the Federal Chancellor on the ruling of the Constitutional Court, that Section 55 (1) (g), certain phrases in § 55 (4) and § 102 (1) (1) (1). h of the law of water law in 1959 were illegal

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

The Constitutional Court, with the recognition of 16 March 2012, G 126 /11-12, delivered to the Federal Chancellors on 5 April 2012, rightly recognized:

" § 55 para. 1 lit. g and the phrases " , in the case of the party position (§ 102 para. 1 lit. h) "as well as" in all administrative proceedings under this federal law as well as " in § 55 para. 4 as well as § 102 para. 1 lit. h of the Water Rights Act 1959 (WRG), BGBl. 215 idF BGBl. I 87/2005 were unconstitutional. "

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