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 implementing the Bundesentschädigungsgesetz (1. DV-BEG)

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1. DV-BEG

Date of delivery: 17.09.1954

Full quote:

" First Regulation implementing the Federal Compensation Act in the version of the Notice of 13. April 1966 (BGBl. 292, 393), as last amended by Article 1 of the Regulation of 1 January 1993. April 2015 (BGBl. I p. 421) has been changed "

:New version by Art. I V v. 13.4.1966 I 292, 393;
Last modified by Art. 1 V v. 1.4.2015 I 421

For details see the Notes

Footnote

(+ + + text evidence application: 1.1.1987 + + +)



























I.
Special Eligibility Requirements

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§ 1 Evidence of death

(1) Death or death shall be established on a regular basis by public documents, in accordance with the law of the law of vanity or in accordance with other legislation.(2) If the death or the death arrest cannot be proved by public documents, the principles of § 176 BEG shall apply to the proof of death or the determination of death.(3) If the person being persecuted is missing and death is not determined in accordance with the law of law or by other legislation, it shall be presumed that the person persecuted shall be 8. Article 180 (1) of the BEG (Section 180 (1) of the BEG), unless another date of death is probable (Section 180 (2) of the BEG), § 176 BEG shall apply. Unofficial table of contents

§ 2 Death in immediate connection to deportation or deprivation of liberty

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§ 3 Claim Requirement according to § 4 BEG

If the conditions of § 4 BEG do not apply in the person of the deceased person , a right to compensation in accordance with § § 15 to 26 BEG has only the survivor level to which the conditions of § 4 BEG apply; it is not sufficient for the eligibility requirements of § 4 BEG to be fulfilled in the person of another Survivors are satisfied.

II.
survivors circle

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§ 4 Witwer

The entitlement of the Witwers to a pension exists even if the maintenance of the persecuted wife has been mainly disputed. Non-official table of contents

§ 5 Children and them Equal

(1) The children of a persecuted person are entitled to the same claims in accordance with § § 15 to 26 BEG like the children of a persecuted.(2) The children are equal to
1.
the stepchildren who are admitted to his home had,
2.
the caregiver who had taken up the persecuted person into his apartment and who did not take care of their maintenance and education on the other side
the apartment

a greater amount than 125 Deutsche Mark monthly,
from 1. July 1967a higher amount than 150 Deutsche Mark monthly,
from 1. January 1971a higher amount than 200 Deutsche Mark monthly,
from 1. February 1977a higher amount than 360 Deutsche Mark monthly,
from 1. March 1978a higher amount than 430 Deutsche Mark monthly,
from 1. March 1979a higher amount than 550 Deutsche Mark monthly,
from 1. March 1981a higher amount than 650 Deutsche Mark monthly,
from 1. January 1987a higher amount than 750 Deutsche Mark monthly,
from 1. January 1990a higher amount than 850 Deutsche Mark monthly,
from 1. January 2002a higher amount than 480 euros per month,
from 1. June 2008a higher amount than 520 euros per month,
from 1. July 2010a higher amount than 530 euros per month,
from 1. October 2012a higher amount than 560 euros per month and
from 1. August 2014a higher amount than 590 euros per
paid.
(3) As in the apartment Children shall also be considered when the person being persecuted has placed them on the other hand at the expense of the other, without thereby the domestic connection with him being lifted. unofficial table of contents

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§ 7 Granting of the pension in children over 18 years of age

(1) Children receive after completion of the 18 years of age. Year of life a pension if they are
1.
in a school or vocational training, which is their labour force , provided that they do not receive remuneration, pay or other benefits in connection with their training, until the completion of the 27. Year of life,
2.
due to physical or mental incapacity are permanently incapaciated, provided that the permanent incapacity to work before completion of the 27. Life year has occurred, regardless of age, if it does not have its own income

of more than 125 Deutsche Mark monthly,
from 1. July 1967of more than 150 Deutsche Mark monthly,
from 1. January 1971of more than 200 Deutsche Mark monthly,
from 1. February 1977of more than 360 Deutsche Mark monthly,
from 1. March 1978of more than 430 Deutsche Mark monthly,
from 1. March 1979of more than 550 Deutsche Mark monthly,
from 1. March 1981of more than 650 Deutsche Mark monthly,
from 1. January 1987of more than 750 Deutsche Mark monthly,
from 1. January 1990of more than 850 Deutsche Mark monthly,
from 1. January 2002of more than 480 euros per month,
from 1. June 2008a higher amount than 520 euros per month,
from 1. July 2010a higher amount than 530 euros per month,
from 1. October 2012a higher amount than 560 euros per month and
from 1. August 2014a higher amount than 590 euros per
() In the cases referred to in paragraph 1 (1), school or vocational training has, for a reason not in the person of the persecuted person or of the child, covered by the following: the 27. In addition, the pension shall also be higher than 27 years of age, as a result of the period of delay in the pension. Year of life.(3) (omitted) unofficial table of contents

§ 8 Parental grandchildren

(1) The elnterless grandchildren of a persecuted person are entitled to claims in accordance with § § 15 to 26 BEG, if the persecuted person had taken them to his apartment and no other persons are legally obliged to support him. Section 5 (3) shall apply mutatily.(2) The requirement that the persecuted person have entertained his or her parents shall not be ruled out by the fact that the person persecuted in respect of the maintenance of the maintenance has received the grants. It is only important that the maintenance of the persecuted has been largely disputed.(3) § 7 shall apply accordingly. Non-official table of contents

§ 9 ascending line and adoptive parents

The entitlement to a pension is available to parents or adoptive parents before the Grandparents. The parent of a deceased parent is replaced by its parent.

III.
pension

1.
Calculation and payment of the pension

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§ 10 Type of calculation

The calculation of the pension is the one added as Appendix 1, following the division of the federal civil servants in To base such a simple, medium, high and higher grade salary survey, which shall be based on the average pension rights of these civil service groups, which can be reached until the age limit is reached, . Non-official table of contents

§ 11 Consecration to a comparable civil servant group

(1) For the classification into a comparable civil servant group, the the economic position of the person being persecuted, unless his social status justifies a more favourable classification.(2) The economic position shall be determined on the basis of the average income of the person persecuted in the last three years before his death or, if this is more favourable to him, according to his average income in the last three years before the person's death. Persecution, which led to his death. For the evaluation of this average income, the remuneration summary annexed to Annex 2 shall be based on the average service income of the Federal Officials of the Simple, Medium, Higher and Higher Service, by age of age It is structured. At the time of the confession, the age of the persecuted at the time of the beginning of the persecution, which led to his death, is to be assumed.(3) Average income for the purposes of this provision is the average total amount of income from agriculture, forestry, business, self-employment and non-self-employed labour (§ 2 para. 3, point 3). 1 to 4 of the Income Tax Act). Income from agriculture, forestry and industrial operations shall not be taken into account in so far as they are not based on the person's own work performance. For the purposes of determining the value of its own work, the remuneration that would have been normally granted to a third party as a remuneration is to be used for comparison purposes.(4) If an employed person in employment was not employed for remuneration or disproportionately low pay with regard to his family relationships with the entrepre, the remuneration or otherwise customary remuneration shall be based on the following: on the market.(5) The social status of the persecuted person is determined by the public life, based on his pre-education, his achievements and his abilities.(6) The classification of a persecutor acting as a housewife is usually determined by the economic or, where this is more favourable, according to the social position of her husband.(7) If the person being persecuted has not yet attained an economic and social status because of his age, his classification shall, as a general rule, be determined by the economic or, where this is more favourable, by the social status of the parent or Grandparent, who has largely denied the support of the persecuted. Non-official table of contents

§ 12 Hundreds of percentage of the accident rate and pensions

(1) The accident rate within the meaning of this Regulation (2) The pension of the widow and the widower is 60 of the hundred, the pension for each child and 30 of the hundred and the pension for a relative of the rising To base a line or an adoptive parent or several together 30 of the hundred of the accident rate. Non-official table of contents

§ 13 Percentage of the pension

(1) Subject to the determination of paragraphs 2 to 5, the percentage of the pension of the pension shall be: Survivors 100 of the hundred of the amounts specified in § 12.(2) In the event that the circumstances to be taken into account in accordance with Article 18 (2) of the EC Treaty justify a reduction in the percentage of the pension, the percentage can be reduced to 30 of the hundred.(3) The circumstances to be taken into account in accordance with Section 18 (2) of the BEG include, in particular,
1.
own Earnings and personal remuneration of reasonable activity,
2.
Own work service, which the survivor shall refrain from acquiring, although the acquisition of his/her own work is not ,
3.
Services from private insurance relationships,
4.
Interest from the Investment of capital assets and certificates of securities, unless it is verifiable of interest or income from the investment of services provided to the survivor in the course of the compensation for victims of the National Socialist tracking,
5.
other assets,
6.
retirement benefits that the Survivors in the course of compensation for victims of the National Socialist persecution have received or are receiving, provided that these benefits are not already taken into account in accordance with § § 141d to 141k BEG,
7.
other utilities.
(4) Unreasonable is a work that is not common in the social position of the survivor. In particular, a widow cannot be expected to work if she
1.
for a child under 14 years of care,
2.
the 45.
3.
has no vocational training and has not been in employment so far,
4.
in its earning capacity by at least 50 per cent.
A widower is not to be expected to work in particular if he is 65. It has been completed or in its earning capacity by at least 50% of the hundred.(5) Income obtained and recoverable income shall be taken into account only in so far as it is the amount
from 1. September 1965from 200 Deutsche Mark,
from 1. September 1969from 250 Deutsche Mark,
from 1. January 1972of 300 Deutsche Mark,
from 1. January 1974of 350 Deutsche Mark,
from 1. February 1976from 400 Deutsche Mark,
from 1. March 1978from 450 Deutsche Mark,
from 1. March 1980of 500 Deutsche Mark,
from 1. July 1982of 550 Deutsche Mark,
from 1. January 1985of 600 Deutsche Mark,
from 1. January 1987of 650 Deutsche Mark,
from 1. January 1989of 700 Deutsche Mark,
from 1. March 1991of 750 Deutsche Mark,
from 1. May 1993of 800 Deutsche Mark,
from 1. April 1995from 850 Deutsche Mark,
from 1. March 1997of 875 Deutsche Mark,
from 1. March 1999from 900 Deutsche Mark,
from 1. January 2002of 480 euros,
from 1. June 2008of 520 euros,
from 1. July 2010of 530 euros,
from 1. October 2012of 560 euros and
from 1. August 2014from 590

. The full 50 Deutsche Mark, from 1. In January 2002, EUR 26 of the monthly income to be taken into consideration will result in a reduction of 10 per cent, but not more than a reduction in the monthly amount of the pension by 50 Deutsche Mark, from the 1. January 2002 at 26 euro. Non-official table of contents

§ 13a Meeting of pensions for damage to life with pensions for damage to body or health, or pensions for Damage in professional progress

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§ 14 Minimum pension

The monthly minimum amount of the pension according to § 19 BEG shall not be undershot, unless otherwise provided by the Federal Compensation Act and this Regulation. Non-official table of contents

§ 15 Distribution of benefits to be charged

In the calculation of benefits on current pensions in accordance with § 10 BEG the amount to be paid shall be distributed in such a way that at least half of the minimum amount of the pension which is legally entitled to the survivor remains to the surviving person. Non-official table of contents

§ 16 Payment of the pension

(1) The pension is paid in monthly prepaid amounts from the first of the month in which: the conditions for entitlement to a pension are met, but not earlier than 1. November 1953.(2) The amounts of the pension calculated and the amounts to be paid are in each case on full Deutsche Mark, from 1.

2.
Ruhen and Ererase of pensions

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§ 17 Ruhen of the pension

(1) Insofar as and as long as the pension according to § 22 BEG in the version of the law of 29. This is due to be taken into account in the calculation of the sum of the backward pension amounts, which was due to be taken into consideration in June 1956.(2) In the case referred to in paragraph 1, the pension shall be based on the first of the month following the month in which the relevant event for the revocation of the pension has fallen. In this case, the amounts of the pension calculated and the amounts to be paid are to be rounded up to the full Deutsche Mark. Non-official table of contents

§ 18 Ererase of the pension

The pension is extinguished
1.
for each survivor with the end of the month in which it dies,
2.
for every survivor, except for the children, the ascending line and the adoptive parents, even with the end of the month in which he marries or Marries,
3.
for children and elnterless grandchildren also with the end of the month following the month in which they are 18.
4.
4.
for foster children also with the end of the month following the month in which the conditions of the month of life are fulfilled. their maintenance and their upbringing from the other side

paid.
5.
for relatives of the ascending line and for adoptive parents, even with the end of the month in which the neediness has fallen away.
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§ 18a Resurrection of the pension

3.
Display obligation and change of relationships

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§ 19 Display obligation

(1) The survivor's authority is obliged to notify the responsible compensation authority immediately:
1.
the employment services, services and achievements referred to in § 13 (3), and the change in the Income ratios,
2.
the marriage and remarriage,
3.
the termination school and vocational training in the case of § 7 (1) (1) and the receipt of remuneration, remuneration or other benefits at the appropriate level,
4.
Continued invalidity in the case of § 7 para. 1 no. 2 and the receipt of an income

a higher amount than 125 Deutsche Mark monthly,
from 1. July 1967a higher amount than 150 Deutsche Mark monthly,
from 1. January 1971a higher amount than 200 Deutsche Mark monthly,
from 1. February 1977a higher amount than 360 Deutsche Mark monthly,
from 1. March 1978a higher amount than 430 Deutsche Mark monthly,
from 1. March 1979a higher amount than 550 Deutsche Mark monthly,
from 1. March 1981a higher amount than 650 Deutsche Mark monthly,
from 1. January 1987a higher amount than 750 Deutsche Mark monthly,
from 1. January 1990a higher amount than 850 Deutsche Mark monthly,
from 1. January 2002a higher amount than 480 euros per month,
from 1. June 2008a higher amount than 520 euros per month,
from 1. July 2010a higher amount than 530 euros per month,
from 1. October 2012a higher amount than 560 euros per month and
from 1. August 2014a higher amount than 590 euros per
of more than 125 Germans Mark monthly,
from 1. July 1967of more than 150 Deutsche Mark monthly,
from 1. January 1971of more than 200 Deutsche Mark monthly,
from 1. February 1977of more than 360 Deutsche Mark monthly,
from 1. March 1978of more than 430 Deutsche Mark monthly,
from 1. March 1979of more than 550 Deutsche Mark monthly,
from 1. March 1981of more than 650 Deutsche Mark monthly,
from 1. January 1987of more than 750 Deutsche Mark monthly,
from 1. January 1990of more than 850 Deutsche Mark monthly,
from 1. January 2002of more than 480 euros per month,
from 1. June 2008of more than 520 euros per month,
from 1. July 2010of more than 530 euros per month,
from 1. October 2012of more than 560 euros per month and
from 1. August 2014out of more than 590 euros per
5.
the payment of an amount

of more than 125 Deutsche Mark monthly,
from 1. July 1967of more than 150 Deutsche Mark monthly,
from 1. January 1971of more than 200 Deutsche Mark monthly,
from 1. February 1977of more than 360 Deutsche Mark monthly,
from 1. March 1978of more than 430 Deutsche Mark monthly,
from 1. March 1979of more than 550 Deutsche Mark monthly,
from 1. March 1981of more than 650 Deutsche Mark monthly,
from 1. January 1987of more than 750 Deutsche Mark monthly,
from 1. January 1990of more than 850 Deutsche Mark monthly,
from 1. January 2002of more than 480 euros per month,
from 1. June 2008of more than 520 euros per month,
from 1. July 2010of more than 530 euros per month,
from 1. October 2012of more than 560 euros per month and
from 1. August 2014of more than 590 euros per
in the case of § 5 para. 2 no. 2,
6.
The continuation of neediness in the case of § 17 (1) No. 5 and 6 BEG.
(2) Survivors are obliged to ask the competent compensation authority on their request to submit a life certificate every year. The competent compensation authority may waive the submission, provided that the purpose of the submission of a certificate of life is provided by a regular comparison of the required data between the compensation authority and an official notification register. can be reached.(3) If the survivor has a legal representative, he shall be subject to the obligations laid down in paragraphs 1 and 2. Non-official table of contents

§ 20 violation of the obligation to notify

is the survivor's or his legal representative, who is in accordance with § 19. In the event of non-compliance, the payment of the pension may be suspended in whole or in part. This shall only apply if the survivor or his legal representative has previously been referred to these legal consequences. Non-official table of contents

§ 21 Redetermination of the pension when the circumstances change

(1) In the case of § 21 of the BEG, the pension shall be subject to the effect of the The first of the month following the month in which the conditions have changed.(2) A reduction or withdrawal of the pension shall take effect at the end of the month following the date of delivery of the certificate. If the survivor has culpably prevented or delayed the remission of the person, the repayment of the repaid pension may be ordered. Non-official table of contents

§ 21a

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 1983, 1314;
of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
The monthly minimum amount of the pension is for
from 1.1.1966 to 30.9.1966 from 1.10.1966 to 30.6.1968from 1.7.1968 to 31.3.1969from 1.4.1969 to 31.8.1969 from 1.9.1969 to 31.12.1970
DM DM DM DM DM
the widow ..........304316 329345373
the widower .........304316329345 373
the full orphan ......153 159165173187
the first and second half-orphans, 
If no pension is paid for the widow or widower, je 115120125131141
if a pension is paid for the widow or widower,each 85 889296104
the third and each following half-waise7679 828693
the elternless Grandson ..............153159165173 187
the parents or adoptive parents together ........... 229238248260281
A surviving parent or adoptive parent ...153159 165173187
from 1.1.1971 to 31.12.1971from 1.1.1972 to 31.12.1972from 1.1.1973 to 31.12.1973 from 1.1.1974 to 31.12.1974
DM DM DM DM
the widow ..........418451 494553
The Witwer .........418451494553
the full orphan ......209 226247277
the first and second half-orphans,
if no pension is paid for the widow or widower, je 158171187209 
if a pension is paid for the widow or widower,each 116 125137153 
the third and each following half-waiseeach 104112 123138
the elternless Grandson ..............209226247277
the parents or adoptive parents together ........... 315340372417
a surviving parent or adoptive parent ..209226 247277
from 1.1.1975 to 31.1.1976from 1.2.1976 to 31.1.1977from 1.2.1977 to 28.2.1978 from 1.3.1978 to 28.2.1979
DM DM DM DM
the widow ..........586642 706755
The Witwer .........586642706755
fullwaise ......294 322354379
the first and second half-orphans,
if no pension is paid for the widow or widower, je 222243267286 
if a pension is paid for the widow or widower,each 162 177195209 
the third and each following half-orphaneach 146160 176188
the elternless Grandson ..............294322354379
the parents or adoptive parents together ........... 442484532569
a surviving parent or adoptive parent ..294322 354479
from 1 1.3.1979 to 29.2.1980from 1.3.1980 to 28.2.1981from 1.3.1981 to 30.6.1982from 1.7.1982 to 30.6.1983
DM DM DM DM 
the widow ..........800860903 939
the widower ......... 800860903939
the full orphan ......402432 454472
the first and second half-orphan,
if no pension is paid for the widow or widower, 303326342356 
if a pension is paid for the widow or widower,each 222239 251261
The third and each following half-waiseeach 199214225 234
the elnterless grandson .............. 402432454472
the parents or adoptive parents together ...........603 648680707
Surviving Parent Or Adoptive Parent ..402432454 472
 
from 1.7.1983 to 31.12.1984 from 1.1.1985 to 31.12.1985from 1.1.1986 to 31.12.1986from 1.1.1987 to 29.2.1988
DM DM DM DM
the widow ..........9589951025 1061
The widower ......... 95899510251061
the full orphan ......481500 515533
the first and second Half-orphan, 
if no pension is paid for the widow or widower,363 377389403 
if a pension is paid for the widow or widower,each 266276 285295
The third and each following half-waiseeach 239248256 265
the elnterless grandson .............. 481500515533
the parents or adoptive parents together ...........721 749772799
a surviving parent or adoptive parent ..481500515 533
 
from 1.3.1988 to 31.12.1988 from 1.1.1989 to 31.12.1989from 1.1.1990 to 28.2.1991from 1.3.1991 to 30.4.1992from 1.5.1992 to 30.4.1993
DM DM DM DM DM
the widow ..........108611011148 12151330
The widower ......... 10861101114812151330
the full orphan ......546554 577610668
the first and second half-orphan,
if no pension is paid for the widow or widower, 413419437462506
if a pension is paid for the widow or widower,each 302 306319338370
the third and each following half-waiseeach 271275287 304333
the elnterless grandson ............... 546554577610668
the parents or adoptive parents together ............818 8298649141001
Surviving Parent Or Adoptive Parent ...546554577 610668

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of the value of the from the one of the one from the
1.5.1993 1.10.1994 1.4.1995 1.4.1995 1.3.1997 1.1.1998
to until until
30.9.1994 31.3.1995 28.2.1997 31.12.1997 28.2.1999
DM DM DM DM DM
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die Witwe .......... 1350 1377 1 421 1 448 1 461
the widower ......... 1350 1377 1 421 1 448 1 461
the full orphan ...... 678 692 714 728 735
the first and second
half orphans,
if no pension
is paid for the widow
or the widower
, each 514 524 541 551 556
if A pension
is paid for the widow
or widower
, 376 384 396 404 408
the third and
each following
half-orphan each 338 345 356 363 366
the elnterless
grandson .............. 678 692 714 728 735
Parents or
adoptive parents
........... 1016 1036 1069 1089 1099
a surviving
parent or
adoptive parent. 678 692 714 728 735



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1.3.1999 1.1.2001 1.1.2002 1.2.2003 1.4.2004
to up to until
31.12.2000 31.12.2001 31.1.2003 31.3.2004 31.7.2004
DM DM Euro Euro
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The widow .......... 1 503 1 530 799 818 826
the widower ......... 1 503 1 530 799 818 826
the full orphan ...... 756 770 402 412 416
the first and second
half-orphans,
if no pension
is paid for the widow
or widower
, 572 582 304 311 314
A pension
is paid for the widow
or the widower
, 420 428 224 229 231
the third and
each following
half-orphan each 377 384 201 206 208
the elnterless
grandson .............. 756 770 402 412 416
parent or
adoptive parents
together ........... 1 131 1 151 601 615 621
a surviving
parent or
adoptive parent. 756 770 402 412 416





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vom vom vom vom vom vom
1.8.2004 1.6.2008 1.7.2010 1.10.2012 1.8.2014
to up to €
31.5.2008 30.6.2010 30.9.2012 31.7.2014
Euro € €
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the widow .......... 834 899 918 970 1 019
the widower ......... 834 899 918 970 1 019
the full orphan ...... 420 453 463 489 513
the first and second
half-orphans,
if no pension
is paid for the widow
or the widower
, each 317 342 349 369 387
when a pension
is paid for the widow
or widower
, 233 251 256 271 285
the third and
each of the following
Half-orphaned 210 226 231 244 256
the elnterless
grandson .............. 420 453 463 489 513
parent or
adoptive parents
together ........... 627 676 690 729 765
a surviving
parent or
adoptive parent. 420 453 463 489 513

IV.
Capital indemnification

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§ 22 Calculation of capital compensation

(1) The capital compensation will be calculated in such a way that for each full month from the date of death of the Persecuted until the 31. The amount of the pension calculated in accordance with § § 18 to 20 of the BEG shall be based on the earlier date referred to in Article 18 (3) of the EC Treaty, which is to be applied to the month of November 1953. If, for the month of November 1953, there is no entitlement to a pension, the calculation of the capital compensation shall be based on the amount of the last calendar month in which the conditions for entitlement to a pension have been met.(2) As far as and as long as the pension during one before the 1. It would have been due to have been rested in November 1953 (Section 22 of the BEG in the version of the Act of 29. June 1956), this should be taken into account in the assessment of the capital compensation.(3) Are to be found before the 1. As of November 1953, the calculation of the capital compensation for the period from the death of the person to be persecuted shall be based on the date of the death of the person being persecuted until that date.(4) In the case of § 23 of the BEG, the period between the time when the pension of the widow or the widow is to be resettled and the point in time in which it would be resettled remains unaccounted for in the case of the payment of the capital compensation. § 23 sentence 3 BEG finds appropriate application.

V.
Evaluation of income earned abroad

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§ 22a

(1) In the cases of § 5 para. 2 no. 5, § 7 para. 1 no. 2 and § 13, the official assessment of the income earned abroad or attainable by the official Exchange rate of foreign currency. If, in the case of the conversion of the income on the basis of the official exchange rate for the benefit of the surviving person, a deviation of at least 10 from the hundred compared to the conversion of the income after the purchasing power of the foreign currency is obtained, the Purchasing power is appropriately taken into account. The average values of the foreign exchange rates and the purchasing power rates for each year are to be compared.(2) In the case of the resurrection of the pension pursuant to § 23 of the BEG, benefits are to be added to the pension which the widow or the widower has acquired as a result of a new supply or maintenance claim acquired as a result of the dissolution or annulment of the marriage. foreign currency shall be used for the evaluation of those benefits, paragraph 1.

VI.
Final provisions

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§ 22b deadline for reestablishing pensions

pensions that are due to the Federal Compensation Act or this Regulation of 18 years. The Commission shall, in accordance with the rules of the European Parliament and of the Council, make it possible to establish or redefine the date of September 1965, or to apply the rest of this period It was granted or re-established in September 1965. Non-official table of contents

§ 22c Transitional rules for changes to this Regulation

(1) The indisputability or legal force of a A decision taken before the proclamation of an amending Regulation shall not preclude any further decision based on the provisions of this implementing Regulation as amended by the amending Regulation.(2) As far as the change results in a performance improvement for current pensions, there is no need for a special application.(3) In the case of the re-decision on the claim, the compensation bodies shall be bound by the actual findings on which the indisputable prior notification or the final judicial decision which has been final is based.(4) Paragraphs 1 to 3 shall apply mutatis-ly to the extent that claims have been settled by comparison or severance prior to the proclamation of the amending Regulation. This shall not apply in so far as the consideration of future performance improvements has been expressly excluded.(5) Insofar as before the proclamation of the amending Regulation claims by beneficiaries have been fixed without reservation by an indisputable decision or by a final court decision, it shall be retained in favour of the beneficiaries. Turn. unofficial table of contents

§ 23

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§ 24 Time Scope

(1) Force
1.
§ § 1, 3, 4, 5 para. 1, para. 2 no. 1, 2 and 4, § 8 para. 2, 3, § § 9 to 12, § 13 para. 1, 2, 3 nos. 1 to 3, 5 to 7, para. 4, § § 14 to 16 para. 1, § 18 No. 1, 5, § § 20, 21, 22 para. 1, 3, 4 and § 23 with effect from 1. October 1953;
2.
§ 7 para. 3, § 18 No. 2with effect from 1. 4 April 1957;
3.
§ 13 (5) sentence 2 with effect from 1. June 1960;
4.
§ 7 (1), (2) and § 18 (3) with effect from 1. July 1965;
5.
§ 5 paragraph 2 no. 3 and 5, para. 3, § 6, 8 para. 1, § 13 para. 3 no. 4, para. 5 sentence 1, § 16 para. 2, § 17, 18 No. 4, § § 19, 22 para. 2, § § 22a and 22bwith effect of the 18. September 1965;
6.
§ 21amit effect of 1. January 1966.
(2) § § § 2, 13a and 18a with effect from 18 are out of force
September 1965. unofficial table of contents

Appendix 1 (to § 10 of the 1. DV-BEG)
Besoldung overview

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 1983, 1315 -1317;
of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
Comparable service DMintermediary service DMHöherer service DM DMHöherer service DM
1. Annual pensionsup to 30 years of age. 9.19513 1004 3006 80011 000
to 31. 3.19533 5964 9887 88812 760
to 31.12.19554 0925 6768 97614 520
to 31. 3.19574 4646 1929 79215 840
to 31. 5.19605 1487 08410 94417 480
to 31.12.19605 5087 58011 71018 529
to 30. 6.19625 9498 18612 64719 826
to 28. 2.19636 3068 67713 27920 817
to 30. 9.19646 8768 67713 27920 817
to 31. 8.19657 4269 37114 20922 274
to 31.12.19658 40010 09215 756 23 250
to 30. 9.19668 73610 49616 38624 180
to 30. 6.19689 08510 91617 04124 905
to 31. 3.19699 44811 35317 72325 777
to 31. 8.196910 84813 62919 87827 887
to 31.12.197012 11515 10821 738 29 995
to 31.12.197113 44017 50523 98334 178
to 31.12.197214 56318 919 25 81835 960
to 31.12.197316 021 20 70328 09338 625
to 31.12.1974 18 06222 89131 05141 960
to 31. 1.197619 14624 26432 91444 058
to 31. 1.197720 10725 35734 41745 767
to 28. 2.197821 14826 66836 17747 926
to 28. 2.197922 07927 82337 75150 015
to 29. 2.198022 94228 90339 21451 913
to 28. 2.198124 35730 67341 60955 060
to 30. 6.198225 45331 98443 29757 184
to 30. 6.198326 32133 12044 90359 065
to 31.12.198426 79733 72545 737 60 074
to 31.12.198527 87935 01947 40262 210
to 31.12.198628 91435 968 48 77164 167
to 29. 2.198829 87037 16450 38866 349
to 31.12.198830 56738 03751 569 67 901
to 31.12.198930 98438 55852 27468 824
to 28. 2.199132 21840 19653 86270 622
to 30. 4.199234 10842 54856 97974 651
to 30. 4.199337 25245 76560 77878 215
to 30. 9.199437 59746 36661 98381 085
to 31. 3.199538 34947 29361 98381 085
to 31. 3.199538 34947 29363 22382 707
to 28. 2.199739 57648 80765 24685 354
to 31.12.199740 39049 74166 394 86 729
to 28. 2.199940 69250 18367 08687 760
to 31.12.200041 87251 63869 031 90 305
to 31.12.2001 42 626 52 567 70 274 91 931
Simple service Euro Middle Service Euro Go-to-service Euro Higher Service Euro
to 31. 1.200322 27427 46836 721
to 30. 4.200348 038
to 31. 3.200422 80928 12737 60249 191
to 31. 7.200423 03728 40837 97849 683
to 31. 5.200823 26728 69238 35850 180
to 30. 6.201025 08230 93041 35054 094
to 30. 9.201225 60931 58042 21855 230
to 31. 7.201427 06933 38044 62458 378
from 1. 8.201428 42235 04946 85561 297
2. Accident rate (66 2/3% from No. 1)up to 30. 9.19512 0672 8674 5347 334
to 31. 3.19532 3983 3265 2598 507
to 31.12.19552 7283 7845 9849 680
to 31. 3.19572 9764 1286 52810 560
to 31. 5.19603 4324 7237 29611 653
to 31.12.19603 6725 0547 80612 353
to 30. 6.19623 9665 4588 43213 218
to 28. 2.19634 2045 7858 85313 878
to 30. 9.19644 5845 7858 85313 878
to 31. 8.19654 9516 2479 47314 849
to 31.12.19655 6006 72810 50415 500
to 30. 9.19665 8246 99710 92416 120
to 30. 6.19686 0577 27711 36116 603
to 31. 3.19696 2997 56811 81517 184
to 31. 8.19697 2329 08613 25218 591
to 31.12.19708 07710 07214 492 19 997
to 31.12.19718 95911 66915 98722 783
to 31.12.19729 70912 613 17 21223 973
to 31.12.197310 681 13 80218 72925 750
to 31.12.1974 12 04115 26120 70127 973
to 31. 1.197612 76416 17621 94329 372
to 31. 1.197713 40516 90522 94530 511
to 28. 2.197814 09917 77924 11831 951
to 28. 2.197914 71918 54925 16733 343
to 29. 2.198015 29519 26926 14334 609
to 28. 2.198116 23820 44927 73936 707
to 30. 6.198216 96921 32328 86538 123
to 30. 6.198317 54722 08029 93539 377
to 31.12.198417 86522 48330 491 40 049
to 31.12.198518 58623 34631 60141 473
to 31.12.198619 27623 979 32 51442 778
to 29. 2.198819 91324 77633 59244 233
to 31.12.198820 37825 35834 379 45 267
to 31.12.198920 65625 70534 84945 883
to 28. 2.199121 47926 79735 90847 081
to 30. 4.199222 73928 36537 98649 767
to 30. 4.199324 83530 51040 51952 143
to 30. 9.199425 06530 91141 32254 057
to 31. 3.199525 56631 52941 32254 057
to 31. 3.199525 56631 52942 14955 138
to 28. 2.199726 38432 53843 49756 903
to 31.12.199726 92733 16144 263 57 819
to 28. 2.199927 12833 45544 72458 507
to 31.12.200027 91534 42546 021 60 203
to 31.12.2001 28 417 35 045 46 849 61 287
Simple service Euro Middle Service Euro Go-to-service Euro Higher Service Euro
to 31. 1.200314 84918 31224 481
to 30. 4.200332 025
to 31. 3.200415 20618 75125 06832 794
to 31. 7.200415 35818 93925 31933 122
to 31. 5.200815 51119 12825 57233 453
to 30. 6.201016 72120 62027 56736 063
to 30. 9.201217 07321 05328 14536 820
to 31. 7.201418 04622 25329 74938 919
from 1. 8.201418 94823 36631 23740 865
3. Widow's money (60% from No. 2)to 30. 9.19511 5001 7202 7204 400
to 31. 3.19531 5001 9963 1555 104
to 31.12.19551 6372 2703 5905 808
to 31. 3.19571 7862 4773 9176 336
to 31. 5.19602 0592 8344 3786 992
to 31.12.19602 2043 0324 6847 412
to 30. 6.19622 3803 2755 0597 931
to 28. 2.19632 5223 4715 3128 327
to 30. 9.19642 7503 4715 3128 327
to 31. 8.19652 9713 7485 6848 909
to 31.12.19653 3604 0376 3029 300
to 30. 9.19663 4944 1986 5549 672
to 30. 6.19683 6344 3666 8179 962
to 31. 3.19693 7794 5417 08910 311
to 31. 8.19694 3395 4527 95111 155
to 31.12.19704 8466 0438 69511 998
to 31.12.19715 3767 0089 600 13 668
to 31.12.19725 8327 572 10 33214 388
to 31.12.19736 408 8 28011 23215 456
to 31.12.19747 2249 15612 42016 788
to 31. 1.19767 6569 70813 16417 628
to 31. 1.19778 04010 14013 76418 312
to 28. 2.19788 46010 66814 47219 176
to 28. 2.19798 83211 13615 09620 004
to 29. 2.19809 18011 55615 68420 760
to 28. 2.19819 74412 26416 64422 020
to 30. 6.198210 18812 79217 31622 872
to 30. 6.198310 52413 24817 96423 628
to 31.12.198410 71613 48818 300 24 036
to 31.12.198511 14814 00418 96024 888
to 31.12.198611 56814 388 19 51225 668
to 29. 2.198811 95214 86820 16026 544
to 31.12.198812 22815 21620 628 27 156
to 31.12.198912 39615 42020 90427 528
to 28. 2.199112 88816 08021 54028 248
to 30. 4.199213 64417 01622 78829 856
to 30. 4.199314 90418 31224 31231 284
to 30. 9.199415 03618 55224 79232 436
to 31. 3.199515 33618 91224 79232 436
to 31. 3.199515 33618 91225 28433 084
to 28. 2.199715 82819 52426 10034 140
to 31.12.199716 15219 89626 556 34 692
to 28. 2.199916 27720 07326 83435 104
to 31.12.200016 75220 65227 612 36 120
to 31.12.2001 17 052 21 024 28 104 36 768
Simple service Euro Middle Service Euro Go-to-service Euro Higher Service Euro
to 31. 1.20038 90410 99214 688
to 30. 4.200319 212
to 31. 3.20049 12011 25615 03619 680
to 31. 7.20049 21611 36415 19219 872
to 31. 5.20089 31211 47215 34820 076
to 30. 6.201010 03212 37216 53621 636
to 30. 9.201210 24812 63616 88422 092
to 31. 7.201410 82413 35617 84423 352
from 1. 8.201411 36414 01618 74424 516
4. Orphan money (30% from No. 2)to 30. 9.19516208601 3602 200
to 31. 3.19537199981 5782 552
to 31.12.19558181 1351 7952 904
to 31. 3.19578931 2381 9583 168
to 31. 5.19601 0301 4172 1893 496
to 31.12.19601 1021 5162 3423 706
to 30. 6.19621 1901 6372 5303 965
to 28. 2.19631 2611 7362 6564 163
to 30. 9.19641 3751 7362 6564 163
to 31. 8.19651 4851 8742 8424 455
to 31.12.19651 6802 0183 1514 650
to 30. 9.19661 7472 0993 2774 836
to 30. 6.19681 8172 1833 4084 981
to 31. 3.19691 8902 2713 5455 155
to 31. 8.19692 1702 7263 9765 577
to 31.12.19702 4233 0224 3485 999
to 31.12.19712 6883 5044 800 6 840
to 31.12.19722 9163 792 5 1727 200
to 31.12.19733 204 4 1405 6167 728
to 31.12.19743 6124 5846 2168 388
to 31. 1.19763 8284 8486 5888 808
to 31. 1.19774 0205 0766 8889 156
to 28. 2.19784 2365 3407 2369 588
to 28. 2.19794 4165 5687 54810 008
to 29. 2.19804 5845 7847 84810 380
to 28. 2.19814 8726 1328 32811 016
to 30. 6.19825 0886 3968 66411 436
to 30. 6.19835 2686 6248 97611 808
to 31.12.19845 3646 7449 14412 012
to 31.12.19855 5807 0089 480 12 444
to 31.12.19865 7847 188 9 75612 828
to 29. 2.19885 9767 42810 08013 272
to 31.12.19886 1207 60810 32013 584
to 31.12.19896 1927 71610 452 13 764
to 28. 2.19916 4448 04010 77614 124
to 30. 4.19926 8168 50811 40014 928
to 30.4.19937 4529 15612 15615 648
to 30. 9.19947 5249 27612 39616 212
to 31. 3.19957 6689 45612 39616 212
to 31. 3.19957 6689 45612 64816 536
to 28. 2.19977 9209 75613 04417 076
to 31.12.19978 0769 94813 28417 340
to 28. 2.19998 13810 03713 41717 552
to 31.12.20008 37610 33213 812 18 060
to 31.12.2001 8 520 10 524 14 064 18 384
Simple service Euro Middle Service Euro Go-to-service Euro Higher Service Euro
to 31. 1.20034 4525 4967 344
to 30. 4.20039 612
to 31. 3.20044 5605 6287 5249 840
to 31. 7.20044 6085 6887 5969 936
to 31. 5.20084 6565 7367 66810 032
to 30. 6.20105 0166 1928 26810 824
to 30. 9.20125 1246 3128 44811 052
to 31. 7.20145 4126 6728 92811 676
from 1. 8.20145 6887 0089 37212 264
Non-tampering table of contents

Appendix 2 (to § 11 of the 1.DV-BEG)
Besolding Map

Site of the original text: BGBl. I 1966, 299
Age according to § 11 para. 2bis to the completed 30. Age-old age 30. Age-old age 35. Age-old age 40. Life-year completed 45. Life-year completed 50. Age-old age 55. Year of life
1.Service income annually Simple service2.400,- 2.550,-2.700,-2.850,-3,000,- 3.150,-3.300,-
2.Service income per year Middle service 2.800,-3.100,-3.400,-3.700,- 4,000,-4.300,-4.600,-
3. Annual Income Per Year Service3,600,-4.200,-4.800,- 5.400,-6,000,-6,600,-7,200,-
4.Service income per year Higher service4,900,-6,000,- 7.100,-8.200,-9.300,-10.400,- 11.500,-