Regulation on cheque accounting offices (Accounting Office Ordinance-AbrStV)Non-official table of contents
Date of expend: 05.10.2005
" Dec. 5 of the Accounting Ordinance. October 2005 (BGBl. I p. 2926) "
(+ + + text evidence from: 13.10.2005 + + +)unofficial table of contents
On the basis of Article 31 (2) of the Scheckgesetz (Scheckgesetz) in the adjusted version published in the Bundesgesetzblatt (Part III), outline number 4132-1, in conjunction with Article 129 (1) of the Basic Law for the Federal Republic of Germany, the Federal Ministry of Justice: Non-official table of contents
The German Bundesbank is the accounting office within the meaning of Article 31 (1) of the Cheque law. Non-official table of contents
(1) cheques can be delivered to the billing office if the supplier, the person or the person who is in charge of the delivery or the person who is responsible for the Third parties, in which the cheque has been made payable, participate in the billing traffic of the billing office or are represented by a participant.(2) The delivery of cheques by means of electronic data transmission requires that the billing office be sent an electronic image of the cheque, which completely images the document, in accordance with its specifications. Non-official table of contents
This regulation will enter into force on the day after the announcement. At the same time, the regulation on charging points in the exchange and cheque transactions occurs in the adjusted version published in the Bundesgesetzblatt part III, outline number 4132-4, published by the Federal Law Gazans.