Statement Of The Constitutional Court, That Note 6 To Rate Post 15 Of The Court Fees Act Was Unconstitutional, As Well As Repeal Of Section 29A Of The Court Fees Act Through The Verfass...

Original Language Title: Ausspruch des Verfassungsgerichtshofes, dass Anmerkung 6 zu Tarifpost 15 des Gerichtsgebührengesetzes verfassungswidrig war, sowie Aufhebung des § 29a des Gerichtsgebührengesetzes durch den Verfass...

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142. by-laws of the German Chancellor about the saying of the Constitutional Court, that note 6 to rate post 15 of the court fees Act was unconstitutional, as well as the repeal of section 29a of the court fees Act by the Constitutional Court

In accordance with article 140 para 5 and 6 B-VG and according to § 64 para 2 and section 65 of the Constitution Court of Justice Act 1953, BGBl. No. 85, is published:

The Constitutional Court with knowledge of December 13, 2011, G 85,86/11-17, 77-81/11-17 V, the Chancellor delivered on 21 December 2011, rightly recognized: "(1. a) Note 6 to rate post 15 of the Federal law of 27 November 1984 on the Court and judicial administrative fees (court fees Act - GGG), BGBl. No. 501 idF BGBl I no 52/2009, as well as idF article I no. 17 lit." the regulation of the Federal Minister for Justice about the realignment of court fees and tax bases, Federal Law Gazette II No. 188/2009, was unconstitutional.

b) section 29a of the Federal law of 27 November 1984 on the Court and judicial administrative fees (court fees Act - GGG), BGBl. No. 501 idF BGBl I no. 100/2008, will be repealed as unconstitutional.

The suspension shall enter into force expiration of 30 June 2012.

Previous legal provisions not again come into force."

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