First Regulation On The Implementation Of The Federal Compensation Law

Original Language Title: Erste Verordnung zur Durchführung des Bundesentschädigungsgesetzes

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First regulation on the implementation of the federal compensation law (1 DV-BEG) 1 DV-BEG Ausfertigung date: 17.09.1954 full quotation: "first regulation on the implementation of the federal compensation act as amended by the notice of April 13, 1966 (BGBl. I S. 292, 393), most recently by article 1 of the Decree of 1 April 2015 (BGBl. I p. 421) has been changed" stand: Neugefasst by article I V v. 13.4.1966 I 292 , 393;
 
As last amended by article 1 V v. 1.4.2015 I 421 for more information on the stand number you see in the menu see remarks footnote (+++ text detection from validity: 1.1.1987 +++) I.
Special eligibility requirements section 1 proof of death (1) death or the death determination according to the law of capture or under other legislation is regularly through public documents proved.
(2) death or the death confirmation can not be shown through public documents, so the principles of article 176 apply to the proof of death or determining death BEG.
(3) the persecution has been lost and the death is not found after the capture Act or other legislation it is assumed that the persecuted died on May 8, 1945 (section 180 paragraph 1 BEG), except that a different time of death is likely after the circumstances of the individual case (section 180 paragraph 2 BEG). § 176 is BEG.

§ 2 death in the aftermath of deportation or detention (deleted) article 3 eligibility requirement pursuant to § 4 BEG if BEG not in the person of the deceased victims meets the requirements of section 4 are, so only the surviving to the requirements of section 4 apply BEG; has a claim to compensation after the sections 15 to 26 BEG It is not enough that the eligibility requirements of section 4 BEG in the person of other survivors are met.
II. circle of the bereaved § 4 widower of the widower pension entitlement even if maintenance was mostly denied by the persecuted wife.

§ 5 children and give them equal (1) the children of a persecuted are the same claims pursuant to §§ 15 to 26 to BEG like a persecuted children.
(2) the children shall be equivalent to 1 the stepchildren of the persecuted had recorded in his apartment, 2. the foster children that the persecution had recorded in his apartment and for their maintenance and their education not by the other side running a higher amount than 125 German marks monthly, from 1 July 1967 higher amount than 150 German marks monthly, from 1 January 1971 a higher amount than 200 Deutsche mark per month , from 1 February 1977 a higher amount than 360 German marks monthly, 1 March 1978 a higher amount than 430 German marks monthly, 1 March 1979 a higher amount than 550 German marks monthly, from 1 March 1981 a higher amount than 650 German marks per month, from January 1, 1987 a higher amount than 750 German marks per month, as of 1 January 1990 a higher amount than 850 German marks per month , from 1 January 2002, a higher amount than 480 euro per month, from 1 June 2008 a higher amount than 520 euro per month, as of 1 July 2010 a higher amount than 530 euro, a higher amount than 560 euro per month and from August 1, 2014 a higher amount than 590 euro per month is paid monthly from 1 October 2012.
(3) as in the apartment children apply also if the persecuted elsewhere has accommodated them at his own expense, without having as a result the domestic connection with him should be lifted.

§ 6 (dropped out) article 7 granting the pension for children over 18 years (1) children receive are a pension if you are 1 in a school or vocational training that takes their labour mainly in claims, unless in connection with their formation do not receive salaries, wages, or other allowances equivalent amount, up to the age of 27, 2 because of physical or mental infirmity lasting practice after completion of the 18th year of life , if the permanent disability before the age of 27 years, occurred without regard to age, if they are not an income of more than 125 Deutsche mark per month, from July 1, 1967, by more than 150 Deutsche mark per month, from January 1, 1971, more than 200 Deutsche mark per month, from February 1, 1977 by more than 360 Deutsche mark per month , from March 1, 1978 by more than 430 Deutsche mark per month, from March 1, 1979 by more than 550 DM per month as of March 1, 1981 by more than 650 Deutsche mark per month, from January 1, 1987 by more than 750 Deutsche mark per month, from January 1, 1990, by more than 850 Deutsche mark per month, from January 1, 2002 by more than 480 euro per month , from June 1, 2008, a higher amount than 520 euro per month, from July 1, 2010 a higher amount than 530 euro per month, from 1 October 2012 a higher amount than 560 euro per month and from August 1, 2014 a higher amount than 590 euro per month have; Pension payments, which are paid the child due to the death of the victims, do not expect to the income of the child.
(2) has been in the cases of paragraph 1 No. 1 delayed the school or vocational training for a reason which is not in the person of the victims or of the child, on the 27th year of life, the pension according to the period of the proven lag on the 27th will be paid years.
(3) (article 8 dropped out) orphaned grandson (1) the orphaned grandchildren of a persecuted are claims pursuant to §§ 15 to 26 to BEG, if the persecution had taken her to his apartment and no other people to the maintenance are required by law. § 5 ABS. 3 finds appropriate application.
(2) the eligibility requirement that the persecuted has entertained his orphaned grandson, is not excluded that the persecuted in regard to the granting of maintenance received grants. It's just that the maintenance was largely denied by the persecuted.
(3) section 7 applies the appropriate.

§ 9 relatives in the ascending line and adoptive parents are entitled to a pension to parents or adoptive parents before the grandparents. Whose parents are in the place of a deceased parent.
III. pension 1 calculation and payment of the pension section 10 is how of the calculation of the pension is calculated to use the attached as Appendix 1, structured according to the Division of federal officials in those of the simple, middle, higher and higher service grade overview which shows the average pension-eligible salaries of these officials groups, which can be reached until the age limit is reached.

§ 11 classification in a comparable group of officials (1) for the classification in a comparable group of officials is governed by the economic position of the deceased victims, unless his social position justifies a more favourable classification.
(2) the economic position is determined according to the average income of the persecuted in the last three years before his death, or, if this is more favourable for him, according to his average income over the last three years of persecution, which led to his death. The salary survey attached as annex 2 which shows the average service income of federal officials of the simple, middle, higher and higher service, broken down by life ages, is decisive for assessing this average income. The classification in the life age of grade overview is of the age of the victims at the time of the beginning of the persecution, which led to his death, to go out.
(3) average income within the meaning of this provision is the average total amount of income from agriculture and forestry, from business, from self-employed work and employment (§ 2 para 3 sub-para. 1 to 4 of the income tax Act). Income from agriculture and forestry, and from business remain in so far not taken into consideration, as they are not based on the own work performance of the persecuted. In determining the value of the own work performance remuneration is compared to attract, that usually would be granted to a third party as a pay.
(4) an employed person victim of persecution with respect was on his family relations with the contractor for consideration or for a disproportionately small fee, the collectively agreed or usual remuneration is to be based.
(5) the social position of the persecuted determined based on his educational background, his achievements and his abilities play in public life.
(6) the classification of a persecuted, who has worked as a housewife, is determined generally by economic or, if this is cheaper, according to the social status of her husband.
(7) the persecuted attained still no economic and social position because of his age, his classification is determined after the economic or, if this is favourable to the social position of the parent or grandparent has predominantly been the maintenance of the persecuted.

§ 12 percentage of the accident pension and the pension (1) the accident pension within the meaning of this regulation amounts to 66 2/3 per cent of the pension-eligible salaries (§ 10).
(2) 60 per cent are the pension of the widow and the widower, to use 30 per cent of the accident pension pension for each child and for every orphaned grandson of 30 per cent of the pension for a relative in the ascending line or an adoptive parent, or several together.

§ 13 percentage of pension
(1) subject to the provisions of paragraphs 2 to 5 is the percentage of the pension of the surviving 100 per cent of the amounts specified in § 12.
(2) justify according to § 18 para 2 BEG to consider circumstances a reduction of the hundred set of the pension, so the percentage can until reduced to 30 per cent.
(3) to the according to § 18 para 2 BEG to be taken into consideration may include own especially 1 its own earnings and their own salaries from reasonable activity, 2. earnings which the survivors to acquire fails, although the acquisition expected to him, 3 services from private insurance conditions, 4. interest from investments in capital assets and income from securities, except that it was undetectable to interest or income from investments in services, , which has received the surviving part of the compensation for victims of Nazi persecution, 5. other financial income, 6 pension benefits, the surviving part of the compensation for victims of Nazi persecution has received or receives, provided that these services not already after the sections 141d to 141 k BEG are taken into account, 7 other pensions.
(4) unreasonable is a work which is not usual for the social position of the bereaved. Gainful employment is a widow in particular then cannot be expected to, if she 1 for a child under 14 years of age to ensure 2 that has reached age 45 and no vocational training has 3 was previously inactive, 4th in their earning capacity by at least 50 per cent is reduced.
Gainful employment is a widower in particular then cannot be expected to, if he has reached the age of 65 or reduced in his earning capacity by at least 50 per cent.
(5) scoring and recoverable income only to the extent addressed, as they amount from September 1, 1965 by 200 Deutsche mark, from September 1, 1969 by 250 Deutsche marks, from January 1, 1972 of 300 Deutsche marks, from January 1, 1974, by 350 Deutsche mark, from 1 February 1976 from 400 deutsche marks, from March 1, 1978 of 450 Deutsche mark , from March 1, 1980, of 500 Deutsche mark, from July 1, 1982 by 550 Deutsche marks, from January 1, 1985 by 600 Deutsche marks, from January 1, 1987 by 650 Deutsche marks, from January 1, 1989 by 700 Deutsche marks, from March 1, 1991 by 750 Deutsche marks, from 1 May 1993 by 800 Deutsche mark, from 1 April 1995 850 Deutsche mark , March 1, 1997 by 875 German mark, from March 1, 1999 by 900 exceed Deutsche mark, from 1 January 2002 by 480 euro, as of 1 June 2008 from 520 euros as of July 1, 2010 by 530 euros, as of October 1, 2012 from 560 euros and from August 1, 2014, from 590 euro per month. Ever full 50 Deutsche marks, from January 1, 2002 per 26 euros of monthly income to be taken into consideration lead to a reduction of the hundred set at 10 per cent, but no more than a cut of the monthly amount of pension to 50 German marks, from 1 January 2002 to 26 euros.

§ 13a meeting of pensions for loss of life pensions for damage to body or health or pensions for damage in the vocational progress (deleted) article 14 minimum pension the monthly minimum amount of pension according to § 19 BEG is reached, unless otherwise stated in the federal compensation act and this regulation.

§ 15 distribution of services attributable to of crediting of benefits to current pensions in accordance with § 10 BEG to such deduction so are distributed, that at least half of the legally rightful minimum amount of pension remains the bereaved.

Section 16 payment of pension (1) which is a pension in monthly vorauszahlbaren amounts from the first of the month on paid, where the conditions for pension entitlement are met, from November 1, 1953 on, but not before.
(2) the calculated and payable amounts of pension are each full DM being rounded to full euros on January 1, 2002.
2. suspension and termination of the pension article 17 suspension of pension (1) as far as and as long as the pension BEG as amended of the law of 29 June 1956 has rested after section 22, this is taken into account in calculating the total amount of arrears retirement.
(2) in the case of paragraph 1, the retirement of the first of the month following the month the event applicable to the rest of the pension has fallen in the rest. Here, the calculated and payable amounts of retirement on full Deutsche mark shall be rounded.

Article 18 termination of the pension the pension is void 1 for any survivors at the end of the month in which he dies, 2 for every survivor with the exception of children, of relatives of ascendants and the adoptive parents with the end of the month, in which he marries or marries again, 3 for children and orphaned grandchildren with the end of the month following the month , in which she 18 years complete, except that the requirements of § 7 para 1 and 2 exist, 4 for foster children with the end of the month following the month in which for their maintenance and their education from other sources constantly a higher amount than 125 German mark monthly, from 1 July 1967 a higher amount than 150 German marks per month , from 1 January 1971 a higher amount than 200 German marks monthly, from February 1, 1977 a higher amount than 360 German marks monthly, 1 March 1978 a higher amount than 430 German marks monthly, 1 March 1979 a higher amount than 550 German marks monthly, from 1 March 1981 a higher amount than 650 German marks per month, from January 1, 1987 a higher amount than 750 German marks per month , from January 1, 1990 a higher amount than 850 German marks monthly, from 1 January 2002 a higher amount than 480 euro per month, from June 1, 2008, a higher amount than 520 euro per month, from July 1, 2010 a higher amount than 530 euro, a higher amount than 560 euro per month and from August 1, 2014 a higher amount than 590 euro per month is paid monthly from 1 October 2012.
5. for relatives in the ascending line and adoptive parents with the end of the month, where the need has been removed.

§ 18a resurgence of the pension (omitted) 3. duty of disclosure and amendment of the conditions of § 19 duty of disclosure (1) the surviving is obliged immediately to show the competent compensation: 1 earnings referred to in § 13 para 3, services and income, as well as the change of income, 2. the marriage and remarriage, 3. the termination of school and vocational training in the case of § 7 para 1 No. 1 and obtaining reimbursement , Remuneration or other benefits in the appropriate amount, 4. the discontinuance of incapacity in the case of § 7 para 1 No. 2 and the reference of annual income of more than 125 German marks monthly, from July 1, 1967, by more than 150 DM per month from January 1, 1971, more than 200 DM per month from February 1, 1977 by more than 360 Deutsche mark per month , from March 1, 1978 by more than 430 Deutsche mark per month, from March 1, 1979 by more than 550 DM per month as of March 1, 1981 by more than 650 Deutsche mark per month, from January 1, 1987 by more than 750 Deutsche mark per month, from January 1, 1990, by more than 850 Deutsche mark per month, from January 1, 2002 by more than 480 euro per month , from June 1, 2008 by more than 520 euro per month, from July 1, 2010 of more than 530 euros per month, from 1 October 2012 more than 560 euros per month and from August 1, 2014 more than 590 euros monthly 5. payment of the amount by more than 125 German mark monthly, from July 1, 1967, by more than 150 DM per month , from January 1, 1971 by more than 200 German marks monthly, from February 1, 1977 by more than 360 DM monthly, 1 March 1978 by more than 430 DM per month as of March 1, 1979 by more than 550 DM per month as of March 1, 1981 by more than 650 Deutsche mark per month, from January 1, 1987 by more than 750 Deutsche mark per month , from January 1, 1990, by more than 850 German mark monthly, from 1 January 2002 by more than 480 euro per month, from June 1, 2008 by more than 520 euro per month, from July 1, 2010 of more than 530 euros per month, from 1 October 2012 more than 560 euros per month and from August 1, 2014 more than 590 euros monthly in the case of section 5, paragraph 2 No. 2 , 6 the discontinuance of means in the case of § 17 para 1 No. of 5 and 6 BEG.
(2) the survivor is obliged to submit a certificate of life once a year the competent compensation on their desire. The compensation authority may waive the template if the purpose of a life certificate matching the required data between the compensation authority through a regular and can be reached an official population registers.
(3) the survivor has a legal representative, as the obligations under paragraphs 1 and 2 are the responsibility of this.

Article 20 violation of the obligation to notify the survivor's or his legal representative does not fulfil the obligations according to § 19, so, the payment of the pension can be adjusted completely or partially. This only applies if the surviving or his legal representative previously has been informed on these legal consequences.

§ 21 realignment of pension changes the ratios (1) In the case of section 21 is BEG who have newly set pension with effect from the first day of the month following the month in which changed the conditions.
(2) a reduction or withdrawal of the pension is effective at the end of the month following the delivery of the notification. The survivor has culpably prevented the adoption of the decision or delayed, the repayment of überzahlten pension can be arranged.

§ 21a (site: BGBl. I 1983, 1314; regarding the details of the changes see footnote) the monthly minimum amount of the pension is for of 1.1.1966 until 30.9.1966 from 1.10.1966 to 30.6.1968 from 1.7.1968 to 31.3.1969 from 1.4.1969 to 31.8.1969 by 1.9.1969 until 31.12.1970 DM DM DM DM DM the widow...
304 316 329 345 373 widower...
304 316 329 345 373 the orphaned...
153 159 165 173 187 the first and second half-orphan, if no pension for the widow or widower is paid per 115 120 125 131 141 if a pension for the widow or widower is paid per 85 88 92 96-104 the third and each following half-orphan per 76 79 82 86 93 the orphaned grandchildren...
153 159 165 173 187 parents or adoptive parents...
229 238 248 260 281 a surviving parent or adoptive parent...
153 159 165 173 187 from 1 January 1971 to 31.12.1971 by 1.1.1972 until 31.12.1972 of 1.1.1973 until 31.12.1973 by 1.1.1974 to 31.12.1974 DM DM DM DM the widow...
418 451 494 553 widower...
418 451 494 553 the orphaned...
209 226 247 277 the first and second half-orphan, if no pension for the widow or widower is paid per 158 171 187 209 if a pension for the widow or widower is paid per 116 125 137 153 the third and each following half-orphan per 104 112 123 138 the orphaned grandchildren...
209 226 247 277 parents or adoptive parents...
315 340 372 417 a surviving parent or adoptive parent...
209 226 247 277 from 1.1.1975 to 31.1.1976 of the 1.2.1976 up 31.1.1977 from 1.2.1977 to 28.2.1978 from 1.3.1978 to 28.2.1979 DM DM DM DM the widow...
586 642 706 755 widower...
586 642 706 755 the orphaned...
294 322 354 379 the first and second half-orphan, if no pension for the widow or widower is paid per 222 243 267 286 if a pension for the widow or widower is paid per 162 177 195 209 the third and each following half-orphan per 146 160 176 188 orphaned grandson...
294 322 354 379 parents or adoptive parents...
442 484 532 569 a surviving parent or adoptive parent...
294 322 354 479 by 1.3.1979 to 29.2.1980 from 1.3.1980 to 28.2.1981 by 1.3.1981 up 30.6.1982 from 1.7.1982 to 30.6.1983 DM DM DM DM the widow...
800 860 903 939 widower...
800 860 903 939 the orphaned...
402 432 454 472 the first and second half-orphan, if no pension for the widow or widower is paid per 303 326 342 356 if a pension for the widow or widower is paid per 222 239 251 261 the third and each following half-orphan per 199 214 225 234 orphaned grandson...
402 432 454 472 parents or adoptive parents...
603 648 680 707 a surviving parent or adoptive parent...
402 432 454 472 of the filing to 31.12.1984 from 1.1.1985 until 31.12.1985 1.1.1986 to amending of 1.1.1987 up to 29.2.1988 DM DM DM DM the widow...
958 995 1025 1061 widower...
958 995 1025 1061 the orphaned...
481 500 515 533 the first and second half-orphan, if no pension for the widow or widower is paid per 363 377 389 403 if a pension for the widow or widower is paid per 266 276 285 295 the third and each following half-orphan per 239 248 256 265 the orphaned grandchildren...
481 500 515 533 parents or adoptive parents...
721 749 772 799 a surviving parent or adoptive parent...
481 500 515 533 31.12.1988 1.3.1988 to from 1.1.1989 to 31.12.1989 from 1.1.1990 to 28.2.1991 of 1.3.1991 until 30.4.1992 by 1.5.1992 until 30.4.1993 DM DM DM DM DM the widow...
1086 1101 1148 1215 1330 widower...
1086 1101 1148 1215 1330 the orphaned...
546 554 577 610 668 the first and second half-orphan, if no pension for the widow or widower is paid per 413 419 437 462 506 if a pension for the widow or widower is paid per 302 306 319 338 370 the third and each following half-orphan per 271 275 287 304 333 orphaned grandson...
546 554 577 610 668 parents or adoptive parents...
818 829 864 914 1001 one surviving parent or adoptive parent...
546 554 577 610 668 - by the by the by the by the by the 1.5.1993 1.10.1994 1.4.1995 1.3.1997 1.1.1998 up up up up up 30.9.1994 31.3.1995 28.2.1997 31.12.1997 28.2.1999 DM DM DM DM DM - the widow... 1350 1377 1 421 1 448 1 461 widower... 1350 1377 1 421 1 448 1 461 the orphaned... 678 692 714 728 735 the first and second half-orphan, if no pension for the widow or widower is paid per 514 524 541 551 556 if a pension for the widow or widower is paid per 376 384 396 404 408 the third and each following half-orphan per 338 345 356 363 366 the orphaned grandchildren... 678 692 714 728 735 parents or adoptive parents... 1016 1036 1069 1089 1099 one surviving parent or adoptive parent... 678 692 714 728 735 - by the by the by the by the by the 1.3.1999 1.1.2001 1.1.2002 1.2.2003 1.4.2004: up up up up up to 31.12.2000 31.12.2001 31.1.2003 31.3.2004 31.7.2004 DM DM Euro Euro Euro - the widow... 1 503 1 530 799 818 826 widower... 1 503 1 530 799 818 826 the orphaned... 756 770 402 412 416 the first and second half-orphan, if no pension for the widow or widower is paid per 572 582 304 311 314 if a pension for the widow or widower is paid per 420 428 224 229 231 the third and each following half-orphan per 377 384 201 206 208 the orphaned grandchildren... 756 770 402 412 416 parents or adoptive parents... 1 131 1 151 601 615 621 one surviving parent or adoptive parent... 756 770 402 412 416
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1.8.2004 1.6.2008 1.7.2010 1.10.2012 1.8.2014
bis bis bis bis €
31.5.2008 30.6.2010 30.9.2012 31.7.2014
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die Witwe .......... 834 899 918 970 1 019 widower... 834 899 918 970 1 019 the orphaned... 420 453 463 489 513 the first and second half-orphan, if no pension for the widow or widower is paid per 317 342 349 369 387 if a pension for the widow or widower is paid per 233 251 256 271 285 the third and each following half-orphan per 210 226 231 244 256 orphaned grandson... 420 453 463 489 513 parents or adoptive parents... 627 676 690 729 765 a surviving parent or adoptive parent... 420 453 463 489 513 IV. capital compensation section 22 calculation of the capital reimbursement
(1) the capital compensation shall be calculated in such a way that for every full month, by the time of death of the persecuted until October 31, 1953, or up to the paragraph 3 is passed mentioned earlier, the amount of which is to use BEG calculated pension, after the sections 18 to 20 November 1953 is on the month. No entitlement to pension, for the month of November, 1953 is calculating the capital compensation the amount to be based, accounted for the last calendar month, in which the conditions for entitlement to a pension were met.
(2) if and as long as the pension would have rested during a prior to November 1, 1953 the period (section 22 BEG as amended by the Act of June 29, 1956), this is taken into account when the capital compensation.
(3) one before November 1, 1953 Erlöschensgründe (sec. 18) occurred this time, the period from the death of the victims is so capital compensation up to this point to be based.
(4) when the capital compensation, BEG overlook any remains of the period between the time in which the widow or the widower pension ceased to exist and the time in which she again would be lived on, in the case of § 23. Section 23 clause 3 BEG finds appropriate application.
BC assessment in overseas income achieved § 22a (1) in the cases of § 5 paragraph 2 No. 5, article 7, paragraph 1 is no. 2 and § 13 in the assessment of abroad achieved or achievable income the official exchange rate of foreign currency underlying to lay. A deviation of at least 10 per cent compared to the conversion of income results from the conversion of income according to the official rate of Exchange, to the detriment of the survivors after the purchasing power of the foreign currency purchasing power should be considered appropriately. The average values of foreign exchange rates and the purchasing power guideline for each year are to face.
(2) services for the pension is in the case of the revival of the pension according to section 23 BEG, that belong to the widow or the widower due to new, acquired as a result of the dissolution or annulment of marriage supply or maintenance claims in foreign currency, corresponding application is so for the assessment of these services (1).
VI. final provisions article 22 b deadline for realignment of the pensions are pensions, which are reason to grant the federal compensation law or this regulation by September 18, 1965, or to set new or whose resting from this point on is eliminated, with effect from 1 September 1965 to grants or newly established.

§ 22c transitional provisions for amendments to this Regulation (1) which is nonrepudiation or the legal force of a decision which has been rendered prior to the promulgation of a regulation, no further decision opposed, based on the provisions of this regulation amended by the amending Regulation.
(2) where a performance improvement for current pensions resulting from the change, requires no special application.
(3) in determining the claim again, the compensation bodies the findings are bound, on which is based the undisputable earlier decision or the final earlier judicial decision.
(4) paragraphs 1 to 3 shall apply mutatis mutandis as far as before the proclamation of the amending Regulation, claims have been fixed by comparison or severance pay. This does not apply, taking into account future performance improvements is been excluded explicitly.
(5) If before the proclamation of the amending Regulation claims without reservation have been set by authorized by unquestionable decision or by final judicial decision, it retains this in favour of the holders of leave.

Article 23 (dropped out) § 24 temporal applicability (1) it enter into force 1 the sections 1, 3, 4, 5 para 1, para. 2 No. 1, 2 and 4, § 8 par. 2, 3, articles 9 to 12, § 13 ABS. 1, 2, 3 No. 1 to 3, 5 to 7, para. 4, sections 14 to 16 para 1, § 18 No. 1, 5, §§ 20, 21, 22 para 1, 3 , 4 and article 23 with effect from October 1, 1953;
2. § 7 para 3, § 18 No. 2 with effect from 1 April 1957;
3. § 13 par. 5 sentence 2 with effect from June 1, 1960;
4. Article 7, paragraph 1, 2 and § 18 No. 3 with effect from July 1, 1965;
5. § 5 para 2 No. 3 and 5, paragraph 3, articles 6, 8 para 1, § 13 para 3 No. 4, para. 5 sentence 1, § 16 par. 2, §§ 17, 18 No. 4, articles 19, 22 para 2, §§ 22a and 22B with effect from September 18, 1965;
6 it happen § 21a with effect from 1 January 1966 (2) except force the 2 sections, 13a and 18a with effect from September 18, 1965.

Appendix 1 (to § 10 of the 1 DV-BEG) grade overview (site: BGBl. I, 1983, 1315-1317; regarding the details of the changes see footnote) comparable service basic service medium-service upscale service higher service DM of 1 Ruhegehaltfähige DM DM DM annual salaries up to 30 9.1951 3 100 4 300 6 800 11 000 until 31 3.1953 3 596 4 988 7 888 12 760 to 31.12.1955 4 092 5 676 8 976 14 520 up to 31 3.1957 4 464 6 192 9 792 15 840 to 31 5.1960 5 148 7 084 10 944 17 480 up 31.12.1960 5 508 7 580 11 710 18 529 to 30 6.1962 5 949 8 186 12 647 19 826 to 28 2.1963 6 306 8 677 13 279 20 817-30 9.1964 6 876 8 677 13 279 20 817 until 31 8.1965 7 426 9 371 14 209 22 274 to 31.12.1965 8 400 10 092 15 756 23 250 up to 30 9.1966 8 736 10 496 16 386 24 180 up to 30 6.1968 9 085 10 916 17 041 24 905 until 31 3.1969 9 448 11 353 17 723 25 777 until 31 8.1969 10 848 13 629 19 878 27 887 to 31.12.1970 12 115 15 108 21 738 29 995 to 31.12.1971 13 440 17 505 983 23 34 178 to 31.12.1972 14 563 18 919 25 818 35 960 to 31.12.1973 16 021 20 703 28 093 38 625
until 31.12.1974 18 062 22 891 31 051 41 960 up to 31 1.1976 19 146 24 264 32 914 44 058 up to 31 1.1977 20 107 25 357 34 417 45 767 to 28 2.1978 21 148 26 668 36 177 47 926-28 2.1979 22 079 27 823 37 751 50 015 to 29 2.1980 22 942 28 903 39 214 51 913 to 28 2.1981 24 357 30 673 41 609 55 060 up to 30 6.1982 25 453 31 984 43 297 57 184-30-6.1983 26 321 33 120 44 903 59 065-31.12.1984 26 797 33 725 45 737 60 074 until 31.12.1985 27 879 35 019 47 402 62 210 to 31.12.1986 28 914 35 968 48 771 64 167 until 29 2.1988 29 870 37 164 50 388 66 349 to 31.12.1988 30 567 38 037 51 569 67 901 to 31.12.1989 30 984 38 558 52 274 68 824 until 28 2.1991 32 218 40 196 53 862 70 622 to 30 4.1992 34 108 42 548 56 979 74 651 to 30 4.1993 37 252 45 765 60 778 78 215 up to 30 9.1994 37 597 46 366 61 983 81 085-31 3.1995 38 349 47 293 61 983 81 085-31 3.1995 38 349 47 293 63 223 82 707-28 2.1997 39 576 48 807 65 246 85 354 to 31.12.1997 40 390
49 741 66 394 86 729 to 28 2.1999 40 692 50 183 67 086 87 760 up to December 31, 2000 41 872 51 638 69 031 90 305 up to 31.12.2001 42 626 52 567 70 274 91 931 easier service Euro medium-service euro fine service euro higher service euro until 31 1.2003 22 274 27 468 36 721 to 30 4.2003 48 038 up to 31 3.2004 22 809 28 127 37 602 49 191 up to 31 7.2004 23 037 28 408 37 978 49 683 up 31 5.2008 23 267 28 692 38 358 50 180 up to 30 6.2010 25 082 30 930 41 350 54 094 up to 30 9.2012 25 609 31 580 42 218 55 230-31 7.2014 27 069 33 380 44 624 58 378 from 1 8.2014 28 422 35 049 46 855 61 297 2. accident pension (66 2 / 3% from No. 1) up to 30 9.1951 2 067 2 867 4 534 7 334 up 31 3.1953 2 398 3 326 5 259 8 507 to 31.12.1955 2 728 3 784 5 984 9 680 up to 31 3.1957 2 976 4 128 6 528 10 560 to 31 5.1960 3 432 4 723 7 296 11 653 to 31.12.1960 3 672 5 054 7 806 12 353 to 30 6.1962 3 966 5 458 8 432 13 218 until 28 2.1963 4 204 5 785 8 853 13 878 to 30 9.1964 4 584 5 785 8 853 13 878 until 31 8.1965 4 951 6 247 9 473 14 849 to 31.12.1965 5 600 6 728 10 504 15 500 to 30 9.1966 5 824 6 997 10 924 16 120 to 30 6.1968 6 057 7 277 11 361 16 603-31 3.1969 6 299 7 568 11 815 17 184 up to 31 8.1969 7 232 9 086 13 252 18 591 to 31.12.1970 8 077 10 072 14 492 19 997
to 31.12.1971 8 959 11 669 15 987 22 783 to 31.12.1972 9 709 12 613 17 212 23 973 to 31.12.1973 10 681 13 802 18 729 25 750 to 31.12.1974 12 041 15 261 20 701 27 973 to 31 1.1976 12 764 16 176 21 943 29 372 to 31 1.1977 13 405 16 905 22 945 30 511 to 28 2.1978 14 099 17 779 24 118 31 951 28 2.1979-14 719 18 549
25 167 33 343 until 29 2.1980 15 295 19 269 26 143 34 609 to 28 2.1981 16 238 20 449 27 739 36 707 to 30 6.1982 16 969 21 323 28 865 38 123 up to 30 6.1983 17 547 22-080 29 935 39 377-31.12.1984 17 865 22 483 30 491 40 049 until 31.12.1985 18 586 23 346 31 601 41 473 to 31.12.1986 19 276 23 979 32 514 42 778 to 29. 2.1988 19 913 24 776 33 592 44 233 to 31.12.1988 20 378 25 358 34 379 45 267 to 31.12.1989 20 656 25 705 34 849 45 883 until 28 2.1991 21 479 26 797 35 908 47 081 up to 30 4.1992 22 739 28 365 37 986 49 767 to 30 4.1993 24 835 30 510 40 519 52 143 up to 30 9.1994 25 065 30 911 41 322 54 057 up to 31 3.1995 25 566 31-529
41 322 54 057 up to 31 3.1995 25 566 31 529 42 149 55 138 to 28 2.1997 26 384 32 538 43 497 56 903 to 31.12.1997 26 927 33 161 44 263 57 819 until 28 2.1999 27 128 33 455 44 724 58 507 to 31 December 2000 27 915 34 425 46 021 60 203 until December 31, 2001 28 417 35 045 46 849 61 287 easier service Euro medium-sized service euro fine service euro higher service euro up 31 1.2003 14 849 18 312 24 481 up to 30 4.2003 32 025-31 3.2004 15 206 18 751 25 068 32 794 to 31 7.2004 15 358 18 939 25 319 33 122 up to 31 5.2008 15 511 19 128 25 572 33 453 to 30 6.2010 16 721 20 620 27 567 36 063-30 9.2012 17 073 21 053 28 145 36 820 until 31 7.2014 18 046 22 253 29 749 38 919 off 1 8.2014 18 948 23 366 31 237 40 865 3. widowhood (60% from No. 2) up to 30 9.1951 1 500 1 720 2 720 4 400 up to 31 3.1953 1 500 1 996 3 155 5 104 to 31.12.1955 1 637 2 270 3 590 5 808 up to 31 3.1957 1 786 2 477 3 917
6 336 to 31 5.1960 2 059 2 834 4 378 6 992 to 31.12.1960 2 204 3 032 4 684 7 412 up to 30 6.1962 2 380 3 275 5 059 7 931 to 28 2.1963 2 522 3 471 5 312 8 327 up to 30 9.1964 2 750 3 471 5 312 8 327 until 31 8.1965 2 971 3 748 5 684 8 909 to 31.12.1965 3 360 4 037 6 302 9 300 to 30 9.1966
3 494 4 198 6 554 9 672 to 30 6.1968 3 634 4 366 6 817 9 962 until 31 3.1969 3 779 4 541 7 089 10 311 until 31 8.1969 4 339 5 452 7 951 11 155 to 31.12.1970 4 846 6 043 8 695 11 998 to 31.12.1971 5 376 7 008 9 600 13 668 to 31.12.1972 5 832 7 572 10 332 14 388 to 31.12.1973 6 408 8 280 11 232 15 456-31.12.1974 7 224 9 156 12 420 16 788 to 31 1.1976 7 656 9 708 13 164 17 628-31 1.1977 8 040 10 140 13 764 18 312 up to 28 2.1978 8 460 10 668 14 472 19 176 up to 28 2.1979 8 832 11 136 15 096 20 004-29 2.1980 9 180 11 556 15 684 20 760 up to 28 2.1981 9 744 12 264 16 644 22 020 up to 30 6.1982
10 188 12 792 17 316 22 872 to 30 6.1983 10 524 13 248 17 964 23 628-31.12.1984 10 716 13 488 18 300 24 036 until 31.12.1985 11 148 14 004 18 960 24 888 to 31.12.1986 11 568 14 388 19 512 25 668 up 29 2.1988 11 952 14 868 20 160 26 544 to 31.12.1988 12 228 15 216 20 628 27 156 to 31.12.1989 12 396 15 420 20 904 27 528
up to 28 2.1991 12 888 16 080 21 540 28 248 to 30 4.1992 13 644 17 016 22 788 29 856 until 30 4.1993 14 904 18 312 24 312 31 284 up to 30 9.1994 15 036 18 552 24 792 32 436 to 31 3.1995 15 336 18 912 24 792 32 436 to 31 3.1995 15 336 18 912 25 284 33 084-28 2.1997 15 828 19 524 26 100 34 140 to 31.12.1997 16 152 19 896 26 556 34 692 to 28 2.1999 16 277 20 073 26 834 35 104 until December 31, 2000 16 752 20 652 27 612 36 120 up to 31.12.2001 17 052 21 024 28 104 36 768 easier service Euro medium-sized service euro fine service euro higher service euro until 31 1.2003 8 904 10 992 14 688 to 30 4.2003 19 212 until 31 3.2004 9 120 11 256 15 036 19 680 up to 31 7.2004 9 216
11 364 15 192 19 872 until 31 5.2008 9 312 11 472 15 348 20 076 up to 30 6.2010 10 032 12 372 16 536 21 636 to 30 9.2012 10 248 12 636 16 884 22 092 up to 31 7.2014 10 824 13 356 17 844 23 352 from 1 8.2014 11 364 14 016 18 744 24 516 4. orphan (30% from No. 2) up to 30 9.1951 620 860 1 360 2 200 until 31 3.1953 719
998 1 578 2 552 to 31.12.1955 818 1 135 1 795 2 904 to 31 3.1957 893 1 238 1 958 3 168 to 31 5.1960 1 030 1 417 2 189 3 496-31.12.1960 1 102 1 516 2 342 3 706 to 30 6.1962 1 190 1 637 2 530 3 965 until 28 2.1963 1 261 1 736 2 656 4 163 up to 30 9.1964 1 375 1 736 2 656 4 163 to 31. 8.1965 1 485 1 874 2 842 4 455 to 31.12.1965 1 680 2 018 3 151 4 650 up to 30 9.1966 1 747 2 099 3 277 4 836 to 30 6.1968 1 817 2 183 3 408 4 981-31 3.1969 1 890 2 271 3 545 5 155 up to 31 8.1969 2 170 2 726 3 976 5 577 to 31.12.1970 2 423 3 022 4 348 5 999 to 31.12.1971 2 688 3 504 4 800 6 840 to 31.12.1972 2 916 3 792 5 172 7 200 to 31.12.1973 3 204 4 140 5 616 7 728 to 31.12.1974 3 612 4 584 6 216 8 388 to 31 1.1976 3 828 4 848 6 588 8 808 to 31 1.1977 4 020 5 076 6 888 9 156 up to 28 2.1978 4 236 5 340 7 236 9 588 up 28 2.1979 4 416 5 568 7 548 10 008 until 29 2.1980
4 584 5 784 7 848 10 380 up to 28 2.1981 4 872 6 132 8 328 11 016-30 6.1982 5 088 6 396 8 664 11 436 to 30 6.1983 5 268 6 624 8 976 11 808-31.12.1984 5 364 6 744 9 144 12 012 until 31.12.1985 5 580 7 008 9 480 12 444-31.12.1986 5 784 7 188 9 756 12 828-29 2.1988 5 976 7 428 10 080
13 272 to 31.12.1988 6 120 7 608 10 320 13 584 to 31.12.1989 6 192 7 716 10 452 13 764 to 28 2.1991 6 444 8 040 10 776 14 124 to 30 4.1992 6 816 8 508 11 400 14 928 to 30.4.1993 7 452 9 156 12 156 15 648 up to 30 9.1994 7 524 9 276 12 396 16 212 until 31 3.1995 7 668 9 456 12 396 16 212 until 31 3.1995 7 668 9 456 12 648 16 536 until 28 2.1997 7 920 9 756 13 044 17 076 to 31.12.1997 8 076 9 948 13 284 17 340 until 28 2.1999 8 138 10 037 13 417 17 552 up to 31.12.2000 8 376 10 332 13 812 18 060 up to 31.12.2001 8 520 10 524 14 064 18 384 easier service Euro medium-sized service euro fine service euro higher service euro until 31 1.2003 4 452 5 496 7 344
 
up to 30 4.2003 9 612 until 31 3.2004 4 560 5 628 7 524 9 840 to 31 7.2004 4 608 5 688 7 596 9 936 to 31 5.2008 4 656 5 736 7 668 10 032 up to 30 6.2010 5 016 6 192 8 268 10 824 to 30 9.2012 5 124 6 312 8 448 11 052 until 31 7.2014 5 412 6 672 8 928 11 676 from 1 8.2014 5 688 7 008 9 372
12 264 annex 2 (to § 11 of the 1.DV-BEG) grade overview site of the original text: BGBl. I, 1966, 299 age pursuant to article 11 paragraph 2 up to 30 years of age completed 30 years from perfect age of 35 years from the perfect 40th year of life from perfect 45. age from perfect 50th life year from completed 55. age 1 year basic service 2.400,-service income 2.550 2.700,-2.850,-3,000 , - 3.150,-3.300,-2. service income per year medium-service 2.800,-3.100,-3.400,-3.700,-4.000 4.300,-4.600,-3. service income annually draw service 3.600 4.200,-4.800,-5.400 6.000 6.600,-7.200,-4 service income each year higher service 4.900,-6.000 7.100 8.200,-9.300,-10.400 11.500,-