Third Regulation amending the Sixth Regulation implementing the Bundesentschädigungsgesetz (3). ÄndV-6. DV-BEG)unofficial table of contents
3. ÄndV-6. DV-BEG
Date of delivery: 24.11.1982
" Third Regulation amending the Sixth Regulation implementing the Federal Compensation Act of 24 December 1992. November 1982 (BGBl. 1571) "
(+ + + Text evidence from: 18. 9.1965 + + +) unofficial table of contents
On the basis of section 42 (2) of the Bundesentschädigungsgesetz (Bundesentschädigungsgesetz) in the part of the Federal Law Gazans III, outline number 251-1, published as amended, by Article I (31) of the BEG Final Act of 14. September 1965 (BGBl. I p. 1315), the Federal Government, with the consent of the Federal Council, orders: Non-official table of contents
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(1) Insofar as this regulation is announced, a claim is made pursuant to section 31 (2) of the Federal Compensation Act Claim by an indisputable decision or final court decision has been rejected on the grounds that a detention centre is not to be regarded as a concentration camp within the meaning of section 31 (2) of the Bundesentschädigungsgesetz (Bundesentschädigungsgesetz) the person entitled to a new decision shall make a request for a new decision if, on the basis of the annex to this Regulation, it appears that the detention centre is to be regarded as a concentration camp within the meaning of section 31 (2) of the German Federal Compensation Act.(2) Paragraph 1 shall apply mutalogically if the period of at least one year of concentration prescribed in accordance with Section 31 (2) of the Bundesentschädigungsgesetz (Bundesentschädigungsgesetz) is reached on the basis of the amendments to this Regulation.(3) The application referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2 shall be submitted within a period of six months from the date of delivery of this Regulation. Article 189 (2) and (3) of the BEG shall apply.(4) Paragraphs 1 to 3 shall apply in so far as the claims prior to the delivery of this Regulation have been settled by comparison or severance.(5) Insofar as before the proclamation of this Regulation claims by beneficiaries have been set unconditionally by indisputable decision or by a final court decision, it shall be entitled to object in favour of the beneficiaries. Non-official table of contents
This regulation applies in accordance with Section 14 of the Third Transfer Act in conjunction with Section 240 (2) of the German Code of Transfers. Federal Indemnity Act also in the Land of Berlin. Non-official table of contents
This regulation occurs with effect from the 18. It was in force in September 1965.