Arrangement For The Transfer Of Responsibilities For The Adoption Of Inconsistent Assessments And For Representing The Employer In Actions Brought By Employees Of The Federal Foreign Office Travel Matters

Original Language Title: Anordnung zur Übertragung von Zuständigkeiten für den Erlass von Widerspruchsbescheiden und für die Vertretung des Dienstherrn bei Klagen von Beschäftigten des Auswärtigen Amts in Reisekostenangelegenheiten

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Order for the transfer of responsibilities for the adoption of appeals and for the representation of the Dientherrn in cases of actions by employees of the Federal Foreign Office in travel expenses matters (AARKZustAnO)

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AARKZustAnO

date of departure: 08.01.2013

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" disposition to transfer responsibilities for the adoption of appeals and for representation of the Dientherrn in case of actions by employees of the Federal Foreign Office in travel expenses of 8. January 2013 (BGBl. I p. 68) "

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according to § 126 Paragraph 3, second sentence, and § 127 (3), first sentence, of the Federal Civil Service Act of 5. February 2009 (BGBl. 160) to the Federal Foreign Office: Non-official table of contents

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The Federal Administrative Office shall be empowered to exercise its power over contradictions of: Employees of the Federal Foreign Office to decide on matters under the Federal Travel Costs Act and the International Travel Costs Ordinance, to the extent that the Federal Administrative Office has issued the administrative act contested by the objection or to the adoption of the Decree of an administrative act. The Federal Foreign Office reserves the right to decide for itself on a case-by-case basis. unofficial table of contents

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The Federal Administrative Office shall be responsible for transferring the representation of the Federal Republic of Germany to administrative proceedings in matters referred to in Section I. The Federal Foreign Office reserves the right to carry out its own representation on a case-by-case basis. unofficial table of contents

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This arrangement occurs with effect from 1. July 2012 will be in force.