Answering In The Federal Law Gazette Ii No. 175 / 2011 Made Manifest Rights According To § 38A Vwgg

Original Language Title: Beantwortung der im BGBl. II Nr. 175/2011 kundgemachten Rechtsfrage gemäß § 38a VwGG

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369 public announcement of the Federal Chancellor on the answering in the Federal Law Gazette II No. 175 / 2011 made manifest rights according to § 38a VwGG

According to section 38a, paragraph 4, of the Supreme Administrative Court Act of 1985, BGBl. No. 10, as amended by concomitant Act on the budget 2011, Federal Law Gazette I no. 111/2010, is published:

The administrative court with knowledge of October 19, 2011, the Chancellor sent on October 31, 2011, in the proceedings to the ZL. 2011/08/0090 according to § 38a of the Supreme Administrative Court Act of 1985, BGBl. No. 10, in the version of the budget accompaniment Act 2011, Federal Law Gazette I no. 111/2010, rightly recognized:

The Federal Law Gazette II No. 175 / rights issues made manifest 2011 pursuant to § 38a VwGG is as follows answered:

"The twist"as pursued in the territory of the Republic of Austria or lived in another country have"in § 502 paragraph 6, second sentence, ASVG is in the version the amendment to the Federal Law Gazette I no. 83/2009 interpreted, that a person born after March 12, 1938, and at the latest on May 8, 1945, outside the borders of Austria, had at least one parent resident in the territory of the Republic of Austria on March 12, 1938 , only periods of coverage under this provision in conjunction can purchase their last set after the age of 15 years, if she "in another country" (in which she is stopped has, after her parents left Austria) was persecuted or threatened the concrete danger of persecution there.'

The legal consequences of the by-laws, referred to in section 38a (4) VwGG referenced."

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