Fourth Act Amending The Balancing Act

Original Language Title: Viertes Gesetz zur Änderung des Lastenausgleichsgesetzes

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Fourth Act amending the Burden Balancing Act (4). ÄndG LAG)

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4. ÄndG LAG

Date of expiry: 12.07.1955

Full quote:

"Fourth Act amending the Burden Balancing Act in the revised version published in the Bundesgesetzblatt (Part III), outline number 621-1-Ä 4,"

Footnote

(+ + + Text proof off: 1. 1.1964 + + +)

Art I
Load Balancer Change

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Art II
Fixed-Order Law Change

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Art III
Change of the Law on a Currency Balance for Savings Balances Displaced

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Art IV
Amendment of the Altsparergesetz

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Art V
Other and override rules

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§ 1

If the request for a war-related pension is granted up to the 31. By way of derogation from Section 287 of the Act on Equalization of the Burden Compensation Act, the war damage pension shall be granted retroactive effect in the following cases in the following cases:
1.
for people who are entitled to claim damages for the first time under this law, with Effect of 1. April 1952,
2.
for persons who, because of the exceeding of the income ceiling pursuant to Section 267 of the Burden-Equalization Act, have not yet received maintenance assistance, with effect from 1. July 1954 onwards,
3.
for persons who have not received compensation pension to date for exceeding the maximum income amount pursuant to Section 279 of the Burden-Compensation Act , with effect from 1. April 1952,
at the earliest, however, from the first of the month in which the conditions for the granting of a war-war pension have been met. Non-official table of contents

§ 2

As far as benefits from the hardship fund (§ 301 LAG) have been granted to persons who are subject to the burden-balancing act in the version of this law, the following shall apply:
1.
Aid to the Maintenance payments are considered as maintenance benefits and are counted on the maintenance aid; § 273 (2) sentence 1 and § 278 (2) of the Burden Balancing Act apply to these benefits.
2.
Subsidies for the procurement of household goods are considered to be the benefits of domestic aid in accordance with § 297 para. 2 of the Burden-Equalization Act.
3.
Building loans granted from the hardship fund apply to the application of § 258 of the Burden Balancing Act as a construction loan in accordance with § 254 of the Late Equalization Act.
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§ 3

(1) The Act on the granting of advance payments to recipients of maintenance assistance after the Lastencompensation law of 13. November 1954 (BGBl. 341) shall enter into force with the entry into force of this Act. Advance payments shall be calculated on the basis of maintenance aid under the burden-equalisation act or on the aid to subsists.(2) Insofar as the benefits under the law referred to in paragraph 1 are to be applied to the maintenance aid under the burden-equalisation law, they shall be included in the annual expenses for maintenance assistance within the meaning of Article 6 (3) sentence 2 of the Burden-Equalization Act as amended before the entry into force of this Act (Section 6 (2), first sentence, in the version of this Act). Non-official table of contents

§ 4

As far as the end of the month in which this law is promulgated, due to the regulations in force so far, Current benefits with a higher amount than would be granted under this Act have been granted, a recovery of too much paid amounts shall not take place. Non-official table of contents

§ 5

In the application of Section 6 (2) of the Burden Balancing Act in the prior to the entry into force of this Act The collection shall be due to the early release of load-balancing charges, each of which shall be 5 of the hundred as the advent of the redemption year and of the following 19 years of accounting.

Art VI
Application in Berlin

This Act applies in accordance with Section 12 (1) and Section 13 (1) of the Third Transfer Act of 4. January 1952 (BGBl. I p. 1) also in the Land of Berlin.

Art VII
Entry into force

The provisions of this Act come into effect on the day after it is announced. To the extent that provisions of existing laws are amended by this Act, the amending provisions shall enter into force with effect from the entry into force of the amended Act, with the exception of the following provisions, which shall enter into force:
1.
in article I
a)
Number 1 (§ 6 LAG)
with effect from 1. April 1955
b)
number 12 (§ 232 LAG)
with effect from 1. July 1953
c)
point 29 (a) (§ 267 para. 1 LAG)
with effect from 1. July 1954
d)
number 29 (b) (Section 267 (2) (2) (a) of the LAG), point 29 (d) (§ 267 (2) (2) (d)), and point 29 Point (e) (§ 267 para. 2 no. 5 LAG)
with effect from 1. January 1955
e)
point 29 (f) (§ 267 para. 2 no. 6 LAG)
with effect from 1. April 1955,
f)
number 30 (§ 269 LAG)
with effect from 1. July 1954,
g)
point 33 (b) (§ 274 paragraph 2 LAG)
with effect from 1. April 1955
h)
point 34 (b) (§ 275 para. 1 second half-sentence LAG)
with effect from the 1. July 1954,
i)
number 35 (§ 276 LAG), point 47 (§ 292 para. 3 and 4 LAG), number 49 (§ 298 LAG), number 50 (§ 301 LAG), point 51 (§ 314 LAG), point 52 Point (a) (§ 323 para. 1 LAG) and point 61 (§ 358 No. 2 LAG)
with effect from 1. April 1955
2.
in Article V § 5 with effect from the entry into force of the burden-compensation law (§ 375), the other provisions with effect from the Entry into force of this Act.