Law On The Peaceful Use Of Nuclear Energy And Protection Against Its Hazards

Original Language Title: Gesetz über die friedliche Verwendung der Kernenergie und den Schutz gegen ihre Gefahren

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Law on the peaceful use of nuclear energy and protection against its hazards (Atomic Energy Act) AtG Ausfertigung date: 23.12.1959 full quotation: "Atomic Energy Act as amended by the notice of 15 July 1985 (BGBl. I p. 1565), most recently by article 2 paragraph 14 of the law of 1 April 2015 (BGBl. I p. 434) has been changed" stand: Neugefasst by BEK. v. 15.7.1985 I in 1565;
 
as last amended by article 2 para 14 G v. 1.4.2015 I 434 for details on the stand number you see in the menu see remarks footnote (+++ text detection from validity: 1.5.1986 +++) (+++ official note of the standard authority on EC law: implementation of EARL 3/92 (CELEX Nr: 392 L 0003) see G v. 6.4.1998 I 694 EARL 71/2009 (CELEX Nr: 32009 L 0071) see G v. 8.12.2010 I 1817 +++) first section general rules article 1 purpose of the law is purpose of this law , 1. the use of nuclear energy for the commercial generation of electricity allocated to end and to ensure the orderly operation until the date of termination, 2 to protect life, health and property from the dangers of nuclear energy and the harmful effects of ionising radiation and to compensate damages caused by nuclear energy or ionising radiation, 3. to prevent that application or be free of nuclear energy or ionising radiation the internal or external security is vulnerable to the Federal Republic of Germany , 4. the fulfilment of international commitments to ensure the Federal Republic of Germany in the field of nuclear energy and radiation protection.

Article 2 definitions (1) radioactive substances (nuclear fuel and other radioactive substances) in the meaning of this law are all materials containing a radionuclide or multiple radionuclides and their activity or specific activity related to nuclear or radiation protection under the Regulations Act or a regulation adopted on the basis of this Act do not disregard this can be left. Nuclear fuels are special fissile materials in the form of 1 plutonium-239 and plutonium 241, 2 with the isotopes 235 or 233 enriched uranium, 3. contains any fabric, one or more of the substances referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2, a self-sustaining chain reaction can be maintained 4. substances whose use in a suitable facility and in a statutory instrument be determined;
the expression "with the isotopes 235 or 233 angereichertes uranium" means uranium that contains the isotopes 235 or 233, or these two isotopes in such quantities that the total of quantity of these two isotopes is greater than the amount of the isotope 238 multiplied by the occurring in the natural ratio of the isotope 235 to the isotope 238. (2) the activity or specific activity of a substance can be left in the meaning of paragraph 1 sentence 1 disregard , if this after a decree adopted on the basis of this Act 1 is less than set allowances released 2. insofar as it is one in the fabric covered an approved activities pursuant to this Act or a regulation adopted on the basis of this Act, falls below set values of sharing and the fabric has been, 3. insofar as a substance of natural origin, not due to its radioactivity , used as nuclear fuel or the production of nuclear fuel, not monitoring is subject to this Act or a regulation adopted on the basis of this Act.
Notwithstanding sentence 1 one can adopted regulation for the use of substances on humans or for the purposeful addition of substances in the manufacture of medicinal products, medical devices, pesticides, pesticide, substances no. 1 through 5 of the fertilizers Act or consumer goods or their activation set on the basis of this Act pursuant to section 1, cases in which the activity or specific activity of a substance does not neglect can be left.
(3) for the application of approval provisions according to this law or who on the basis of this Act are considered adopted regulations substances, in which the proportion of isotopes uranium 233, uranium 235, plutonium-239 and plutonium 241 total does not exceed 15 grams per 100 kilograms 15 grams or the concentration of these isotopes, other radioactive substances. Sentence 1 does not apply to solidified high-level fission product solutions from the reprocessing of nuclear fuel.
(3A) is also in the meaning of this law: 1 nuclear plant: a) fixed installations for the production or editing or processing or fission of fissile materials or for the reprocessing of irradiated nuclear fuel according to § 7 paragraph 1, b) storage of irradiated nuclear fuel according to article 6, paragraph 1 or paragraph 3, c) storage for radioactive waste, if the storage directly with the respective nuclear installation in the sense of the letter a or b are in context and are located on the grounds of the plants;
2. nuclear safety: achieving and maintaining proper operating conditions, the prevention of accidents and the mitigation of accidents, so that life, health and real assets are protected from the dangers of nuclear energy and the harmful effects of ionising radiation.
(4) for the application of the rules on the liability and coverage, the terms nuclear incident, core conditioning, operator of a nuclear installation, nuclear materials and special drawing rights correspond to the definitions in annex 1 to this Act.
(5) Paris Convention means the Convention of 29 July 1960 on the third party liability in the field of nuclear energy as amended by the notice of February 5, 1976 (BGBl. II p. 310, 311) and of the Protocol of 16 November 1982 (BGBl. 1985 II S. 690).
(6) the Brussels Supplementary Convention means the Supplementary Convention of 31 January 1963 to the Paris Convention as amended by the notice of February 5, 1976 (BGBl. II p. 310, 318) and of the Protocol of 16 November 1982 (BGBl. 1985 II S. 690).
(7) common protocol means the Joint Protocol of 21 September 1988 relating to the application of the Vienna Convention and the Paris Convention (BGBl. 2001 II p. 202, 203).
(8) Vienna Convention means the Vienna Convention of 21 May 1963 on civil liability for nuclear damage (BGBl. 2001 II p. 202, 207) in the version applicable for the parties to this Convention.

§ 2a environmental impact assessment (1) there is an obligation to carry out an environmental impact assessment for which a permit or zoning require (projects subject to EIA) according to this Act or a regulation adopted on the basis of this act according to the law on environmental impact assessment, environmental impact assessment dependent part of the procedure for the granting of the permit required under this Act or who after a decree adopted on the basis of this Act or plan approval. The EIA is of § 7 para 4 sentence 1 and 2 and the Decree according to the regulations according to § 7 para 4 sentence 3 on the subject of the environmental impact assessment, the application documents, the announcement of the project and of the hearing and the interpretation of application documents, the survey of objections, the involvement of authorities, making the conduct of the hearing, the content of the permit notification and the notification and public notification of the decision; projects subject to EIA outside of plants listed in Schedule 1 to the Act on environmental impact assessment according to the § a hearing date not held § 7 and 9 b, if the project requires an approval according to the regulations for other radioactive material. § 2 paragraph 1 sentence 4 and section 14 of the Act on environmental impact assessment, as well as section 9 b of paragraph 2 and 5 No. 1 remain unaffected.
(2) before bringing an administrative action, which has an administrative act adopted pursuant to an environmental impact assessment on the subject, there are any investigation in preliminary proceedings.

§ 2b electronic communications (1) apply the provisions of the administrative procedure act on electronic communication, unless not determined otherwise by legal provisions of this Act or a regulation adopted on the basis of this Act.
(2) electronic administrative acts must be equipped with a permanently verifiable qualified electronic signature according to § 37 para 4 of the administrative procedure act under this Act or a regulation adopted on the basis of this Act.
(3) the application in electronic form, is the competent authority may require additional production facilities, as well as the transmission of the documents to be annexed to the application in writing.
Second section monitoring provisions § 3 import and export (1) who introduces nuclear fuel or running requires approval.
(2) the authorisation to import is granted if 1 no facts exist which concerns about the reliability of the importer arising, and 2. guaranteed is that the introduced nuclear fuel in accordance with the provisions of this Act, the regulations adopted on the basis of this Act and the international obligations be used the Federal Republic of Germany in the field of nuclear energy.
(3) that permission to export licence is granted if 1 no evidence of facts, from which arise concerns about the reliability of the exporter, and 2.
It is guaranteed that the run nuclear fuel in one used the international obligations of the manner that endangers Federal Republic of Germany in the field of nuclear energy or the internal or external security of the Federal Republic of Germany.
(4) other legislation on the imports and exports remain unaffected.
(5) all other shipments in the scope or from the scope of this Act shall be equivalent to of the import or export within the meaning of this Act.

§ 4 carriage of nuclear fuel (1) the State-held transportation of nuclear fuel outside a closed site on the nuclear fuel or an activity approved after the articles 6, 7 and 9 is exercised, requires approval. This is issued the sender or whoever's taking, to get the dispatch or transport of nuclear fuels.
(2) the authorization shall be granted if 1 no evidence of facts, from which arise concerns about the reliability of the applicant, of the carrier and of persons the transportation, 2. guaranteed is that the carriage is performed by persons who have the necessary knowledge of the potential radiation hazard and to apply safeguard measures for the intended carriage of nuclear fuel, is 3. , that the nuclear fuel in accordance with the applicable to the respective modes of transport legislation on the transport of dangerous goods are transported or, insofar as such rules are missing, otherwise the State of science and technology is taken necessary precaution against damage caused by the transport of nuclear fuels, 4. has made the necessary provision for the fulfilment of legal obligations to pay compensation, 5. the required protection against interference measures or other influences is guaranteed third parties , do not preclude 6 prevailing public interests of choice of the nature, time, and the way of the carriage, 7 for the transport of irradiated fuel elements of installations for the fission of nuclear fuel for the commercial generation of electricity to Central interim storage facilities according to § 6 ABS. 1 demonstrated is that a storage facility at a site near interim storage to be built according to § 9a, paragraph 2, sentence 3 is not available.
(3) pursuant to paragraph 2 No. 4 required provision for compliance with legal obligations to pay compensation need not for the transport of nuclear fuels referred to in annex 2 to this Act.
(4) the permit is for the single carriage operation to grant; She may be granted but a subject generally to no more than three years, as far as you do not preclude No. 2 to 4 designated purposes in section 1.
(5) a copy or a publicly certified true copy of the permit notification is to carry when the carriage. The carrier shall also maintain a certificate with paragraph c of the Paris Convention corresponding to the requirements of article 4, provided that it is not a promotion, that legal obligations to pay compensation is not required pursuant to paragraph 3 of a provision for compliance with. The notice and the certificate are for the control authority and the by their representative on request to show the.
(6) paragraph 5 sentence 1 does not apply for the carriage by rail through a railway entrepreneur. In addition, the applicable to the respective modes of transport legislation on the transport of dangerous goods remain unaffected.

§ 4a financial security in cross-border transport (1) who is no. 4 required provision for compliance with legal obligations to pay compensation according to § 4 paragraph 2 subject to paragraphs 3 and 4 at the cross-border transport of nuclear fuel taken when that refers to certificate required on the cover 4 paragraph c of the Paris Convention referred to the holder of a nuclear installation located in a Contracting State of the Paris Convention.
(2) insurers within the meaning of article 4, paragraph c of the Paris Convention is 1 an insurance undertaking authorised in the domestic operation of insurance or 2 is an insurance company of a third country in the sense of § 105 para 1 of the insurance supervision law which empowered in his home State for the operation of insurance, when next to him an insurance undertaking authorized to number 1 or an Association of such insurance companies assumes the duties of a liability insurance company.
An other financial security can be approved instead of the insurance if it is ensured that the, as long as its use must be expected, will be committed to the financial security able, to meet its legal obligations to pay compensation in relation to the fixing of financial security.
(3) is for a Contracting State of the Paris Convention the Brussels Supplementary Convention not in force, so the licence pursuant to section 4 may be subject in the case of transit of nuclear fuel, that the limit of liability of the holder of the nuclear facility for nuclear events that occur in the course of the domestic carriage provided for by the law of that Contracting State is increased as far as to amount and nature of nuclear fuel as well as the security measures is required. The operator of the nuclear installation has to provide proof of financial security for the increased limit of liability by a certificate issued by the competent authority of the Contracting State.
(4) in the case of the import or export of nuclear fuel of one or in another Contracting State of the Paris Convention, for which the Brussels Supplementary Convention not in force, the licence pursuant to section 4 may be subject, that the holder of the nuclear installation located domestically, to or from which the nuclear fuel to be transported, liability for nuclear events that occur in the course of the domestic carriage , takes over according to the provisions of this Act, if the limit of liability with regard to the amount and nature of nuclear fuels, as well as the security measures provided for in the other Contracting State of the Paris Convention is not appropriate.

§ 4B carriage of nuclear materials in special cases (1) who promoted nuclear materials without a permit according to article 4 to require, has the necessary provision for the fulfilment of legal obligations to pay compensation to prove before the transport of the competent authority. The proposed provision is not sufficient, so has the authority to set the required financial guarantee according to the principles of article 13 paragraph 2 No. 1. § 4 paragraph 5, sentence 2 and 3 and Article 4a shall apply.
(2) paragraph 1 shall not apply, so far as it is the transport of nuclear materials, which are referred to in annex 2 to this Act.

§ 5 permission to the possession of nuclear fuel; State custody (1) to the possession of nuclear fuel shall be entitled, who on the basis of a permit granted under this Act or a regulation adopted on the basis of this Act nuclear fuels bypasses or promoted nuclear fuel, entitled promoted in particular nuclear fuel 1 according to § 4, 2. on the basis of a licence pursuant to § 6 kept, 3rd in a plant approved pursuant to § 7 or edited on the basis of a licence pursuant to § 9 , processed or otherwise used, 4. on the basis of §§ 9a to 9 c in a country collection point between stores in a system to ensure or to the final disposal of radioactive waste stored or disposed of.
To the possession of nuclear fuel, also an arrangement entitled No. 2 for the storage of fissile materials according to article 19, paragraph 3, sentence 2.
(2) a person who has nuclear fuel in direct ownership without to be eligible pursuant to paragraph 1 sentence 1, has to protect of the general public the whereabouts of nuclear fuel when a referred to in paragraph 1 sentence 1 to the ownership of nuclear fuels eligible to ensure. Sentence 1 does not apply to those who finds nuclear fuel and in itself is, without his will become the actual authority over nuclear fuel or obtained the actual authority over nuclear fuel, without knowing that this nuclear fuel are.
(3) may 2 sentence 1 are not brought about in the case of paragraph a store owner on the basis of a licence pursuant to § 6 of the immediate or an otherwise legitimate possession referred to in paragraph 1 sentence 1, until making a legitimate possession the nuclear fuel immediately State-to hold and for this purpose the custody authority to deliver, unless an arrangement according to article 19, paragraph 3, sentence 2 No. 2 determines otherwise or admits. Who has delivered pursuant to sentence 1 nuclear fuel, has to protect of the general public a legitimate possession referred to in paragraph 1 sentence 1 in conjunction with paragraph 2 sentence 1 to ensure. Sentence 2 shall apply accordingly for the holder of the usage and consumption right to nuclear fuel, which are deposited in State- and for the one who has to take over nuclear fuel by a third party or to withdraw, without to be eligible pursuant to paragraph 1 sentence 1 to the ownership of nuclear fuels.
(4) nuclear fuel, where a person referred to in paragraph 1 to the possession is not detected or not comparable, are State-to be kept.
(5) in the case of the State custody, third parties is that according to the State of science and technology to take necessary precautions against damage caused by the storage of nuclear fuel and the necessary protection against interference measures or other actions to ensure.
(6) the issue of nuclear fuel out of State custody or disposal of nuclear fuel may 1 legitimate owners set only to one referred to in paragraph 1.
(7) to enforce the obligations under paragraph 2 sentence 1 and paragraph 3 sentence 2 and 3 can the custody authority orders compared to the persons there referred to the whereabouts of nuclear fuels for the debtor or for sale to one owned by legitimate meeting. By way of derogation from article 11 par. 3 of the administrative enforcement Act, the amount of the penalty payment is up to 500,000 euros. Without prejudice to the powers of the supervisory authorities according to § 19 para 3.
(8) paragraphs 1 to 7 do not apply to nuclear fuel contained in radioactive waste.

Article 6 authorisation for storage of nuclear fuel (1) whoever keeps nuclear fuel outside the State custody, requires approval. A permit also requires who changed an approved storage.
(2) the authorisation shall be granted if there is a need for such storage and if 1 no evidence of facts, from which arise concerns about the reliability of the applicant and the persons responsible for the management and oversight of the storage, and the persons responsible for the management and supervision of storage have the necessary expertise, 2. necessary precaution against damage by keeping the nuclear fuel is taken according to the State of science and technology , 3. the necessary provision for the fulfilment of legal obligations to pay compensation is made, 4. the required protection against interference measures or other influences is guaranteed third parties.
(3) whoever keeps irradiated nuclear fuel to the fulfilment of the obligation according to § 9a (2) sentence 3 within the closed area of a plant for the fission of nuclear fuel for the commercial generation of electricity in a separate storage building in transport and storage containers until its delivery to a facility for the disposal of radioactive waste, requires a permit referred to in paragraph 1. The requirements of points 1 to 4 of paragraph 2 shall apply mutatis mutandis.
(4) the legal challenge to a change approval pursuant to paragraph 1 sentence 2 paragraph 2a was granted for the fulfilment of the obligation according to § 9a, has no suspensive effect.
(5) the storing of nuclear fuel in nuclear installations pursuant to paragraph 3 in connection with paragraph 1 should not exceed 40 years after beginning the first storage of the container. A renewal of authorisations pursuant to sentence 1 may be carried out only for necessary reasons and after prior consultation of the German Bundestag.

§ 7 operates approval of equipment (1) who built a stationary plant for producing or editing or processing or fission of fissile materials or for the reprocessing of irradiated nuclear fuels, or otherwise holds or the system or its operation substantially changed, requires approval. No permits are issued for the establishment and operation of installations for the fission of nuclear fuel for the commercial generation of electricity and equipment for the reprocessing of irradiated nuclear fuel. This applies not to essential changes in equipment or its operation.
(1a) the permission to operate of a facility for the fission of nuclear fuel for the commercial generation of electricity is void if in Appendix 3 is column 2 for the listed amount of electricity, or the amount of electricity on the basis of transfers referred to in paragraph 1 resulting b generates, but no later than 1 at the end of August 6, 2011 for the nuclear of Biblis A, Neckarwestheim 1, Biblis B , Brunsbüttel, ISAR 1, lower Weser, Philippsburg 1 and Krümmel, 2. expiry of the 31 December 2015 for the nuclear power station Grafenrheinfeld, 3. expiry of the 31 December 2017 for the nuclear power station Gundremmingen B, 4th at the end of 31 December 2019 for the nuclear power plant Philippsburg 2, 5 at the end of 31 December 2021 for the nuclear power stations of Gundremmingen C, Grohnde and Brokdorf, 6 at the end of 31 December 2022 for the ISAR 2 nuclear power plants , Emsland and Neckarwestheim 2.
The generation 2 listed electricity amounts is column in Appendix 3 to be measured by a measuring instrument. The meter must correspond to the requirements of measurement and calibration Act and the regulations adopted on the basis of the measurement and calibration Act pursuant to sentence 2. A measuring instrument may be commissioned only pursuant to sentence 2, once an agency has established its suitability and proper use according to article 54 paragraph 1 of the measurement and calibration Act. Who uses an instrument pursuant to sentence 2, must immediately to set up the meter and connect handle and wait that the accuracy of the measurement and the reliable reading of the display are guaranteed. The provisions of the measurement and calibration Act and the regulation adopted on the basis of this Act shall apply. The marketing authorisation holder has the intended State of the measuring instrument in each calendar year by an expert organization and check the amount of electricity generated in each calendar year within one month by a chartered accountant or an accounting firm and to get.
(1B) electricity volumes can be transferred column 2 according to Appendix 3 all or part of a facility to another facility, if the receiving facility has begun commercial power operation later than the issuing plant. Electricity volumes can be transferred notwithstanding sentence 1 also from a plant which started commercial power operation later when the Federal Ministry for environment, nature conservation and nuclear safety has agreed to the transfer in consultation with the Federal Chancellery and the Federal Ministry of Economics and technology. The approval pursuant to sentence 2 is not required if the issuing plant permanently adjusts the operation of power and a request set 1 to the decommissioning of the plant has been made pursuant to paragraph 3. Electricity according to Appendix 3 column 2 can of plants according to paragraph 1a sentence 1 number 1 to 6 even after termination the sentences 1 to 3 transferred the permission to operate after.
(1c) the marketing authorisation holder has the competent authority 1 month within the meaning of paragraph 1a in conjunction with Appendix 3 column to share with 2 electricity generated in the previous month, 2. the results of the checks and the certificates after paragraph 1a to submit set 3 within one month of their existence, 3. to inform the transfers made between systems b within one week after you set the transfer referred to in paragraph 1.
The marketing authorisation holder has to submit a communication on the 1 No. 1, which has been checked and certified by a chartered accountant or an accounting firm in the first monthly statement about the quantity of electricity generated pursuant to sentence since 1 January 2000 until electricity volume generated on the last day of April 2002. The first monthly notification period from May 1, 2002. The transmitted information pursuant to sentence 1 No. 1 to 3 as well as the indication of the amount of each remaining electricity will be disclosed by the competent authority in the Federal Gazette; Here are the quantities of produced electricity within the meaning of the sentence made known 1 number 1 year combined for a calendar year in the Federal Gazette, but with an expected maturity of less than six months per month.
(1 d) Mülheim Kärlich. paragraph 1a shall apply for the nuclear power plant sentence 1, paragraph 1 b set 1 to 3 and paragraph 1 c sentence 1 No. 3 with the proviso that the listed amount of electricity may produced column 2 in Appendix 3 only after transfer to the listed nuclear power plants in this.
(1e) the competent authority may for the prevention of hazards or failures of the security or reliability of the Elektrizitätsversorgungssytems in the sense of § 13 of the energy law of July 7, 2005 (BGBl. I S. 1970, 3621), most recently by article 4 of the law of March 7, 2011 (BGBl. I p. 338) has been changed or to prevent a threat or disruption of the energy supply for the essential requirements within the meaning of § 1 of the Energy Security Act of 20 December 1974 (BGBl. I S. 3681) , last by article 164 of Decree of 31 October 2006 (Federal Law Gazette I S. 2407) is changed, until September 1, 2011 to determine that one of the (reserve operation) in paragraph 1a Kit to keep 1 point 1 referred to plants that is suitable in terms of location and electrical connection, until the expiry of the 31 March 2013 in a working condition for the generation of electricity is. Is the backup operation is arranged according to sentence 1, revive the permission to operate as a permission to reserve operation for this attachment. Paragraph 1a sentence 2 to 7, paragraphs 1B to 1 d and annex 3 shall not apply to the operation of the reserve.
(2) the permit may only be issued if 1 no evidence of facts, from which concerns about the reliability of the applicant and for the establishment, management and supervision of the operation of the system resulting responsible persons, and who have the necessary expertise to persons responsible for the establishment, management and supervision of the operation of the plant, 2. guaranteed is that the persons otherwise in the operation of the system is a necessary knowledge of safe operation of the plant , have the potential dangers and protective measures to be applied, 3.
that is made necessary precaution against damage according to the State of science and technology by the establishment and the operation of the system, 4 has made the necessary provision for the fulfilment of legal obligations to pay compensation, 5. the required protection against interference measures or other influences is guaranteed third parties, do not preclude public interests vast 6, particularly with regard to the environmental impact, the choice of the location of the plant.
(2a) (lapsed) (3) the decommissioning of a facility referred to in paragraph 1 sentence 1, as well as the secure inclusion of permanently decommissioned facility or the dismantling of the plant or plant parts are subject to approval. Paragraph 2 shall apply mutatis mutandis. An approval pursuant to sentence 1 is not required if the planned measures already have been subject to authorisation set 1 or arrangement referred to in paragraph 1 according to § 19 para 3.
(4) in the permitting procedure, all authorities of the Confederation, the countries that are the municipalities and other regional authorities to participate, whose area of responsibility is affected. Differences of opinion exist between the licensing authority and a participating federal agency the permitting authority has to catch up with the direction of the Federal Ministry responsible for nuclear safety and radiation protection. In addition governed the approval procedure according to the principles of section by regulation § 8, 10 para 1 to 4 and 6 to 8, 10 sentence 2 of section 18 of the Federal Immission Control Act; This can be provided, that when assessing the environmental compatibility which may be waived planned measures overall to the decommissioning, safe inclusion or the dismantling of installations for the fission of nuclear fuel or plant parts of a hearing date.
(5) for mobile equipment to apply paragraphs 1, 2 and 4. However the can Pack 3 provide legal regulation in paragraph 4 may be waived by a notice of the project and an interpretation of the documents and that in this respect is not a discussion of objections.
(6) section 14 of the Federal Immission Control Act shall apply mutatis mutandis to influences emanating from a licensed facility on a different plot.
Footnote § 7 paragraph 1e set 1 italic: the word "Elektrizitätsversorgungssytems" "Electricity supply system" should really loud § 7a notice (1) at the request of a notice may be issued to individual questions that the granting of a plant depends according to § 7, in particular to the choice of location of a plant. The notice is cancelled, if the applicant within a period of two years from the occurrence of nonrepudiation is the approval; on request, the period may be extended up to two years.
(2) 7 paragraph 4 and 5 as well as §§ 17 and 18 shall apply section.

§ 7 third in partial permit and notice where a partial permit or a notice about a request under section 7 or § 7a b objections been decided and this decision becoming final, can in a proceeding for approval of plant objections collected third party no longer on the basis of facts, which were already put forward or by the third party according to the designed documentation or the designed decision had before can be brought.

section 7c (dropped out) § 7 c duties of the permit holder (1) responsibility for nuclear safety rests with the holder of the authorisation for the nuclear plant. This responsibility cannot be delegated.
(2) the permit holder according to paragraph 1 is obliged, 1 to set up a management system and to apply proper priority admits that nuclear safety, permanently adequate financial and human resources to fulfil its obligations with respect to the nuclear safety of the nuclear plant to provide for 2 and to hold, 3rd for the education and training its staff to make sure that is entrusted with tasks in the field of nuclear safety of nuclear installations , to maintain their knowledge and skills in the field of nuclear safety and to expand.

§ 7 d more precaution against risks of the holder of an authorisation to operate of a plant for the fission of nuclear fuel for the commercial generation of electricity has to ensure that the safeguards are implemented, are each developed, suitable and appropriate to provide a not insignificant contribution to the further precaution against risks to the general public in addition to the requirements of article 7, paragraph 2 paragraph 3 according to the progressive State of science and technology.

Section 8 relationship to the Federal Immission Control Act and the German equipment and product safety Act (1) the provisions of the Federal Immission Control Act installations requiring a permit as well as the prohibition of further use of such systems found on subject to authorisation schemes within the meaning of § 7 no application insofar as the protection from the dangers of nuclear energy or the harmful effects of ionising radiation.
(2) a requiring a permit under section 4 of the Federal Immission Control Act plant of a permit is required pursuant to § 7, so this approval includes approval pursuant to section 4 of the Federal Immission Control Act. The nuclear licensing authority has to make the decision in consultation with the responsible authorities for immission protection in accordance with the provisions of the Federal Immission Control Act and the regulations it adopted.
(3) for installations requiring a monitoring according to § 2 number 30 of the product safety Act, which find use in approved plants within the meaning of section 7, may allow the permitting authority in individual cases exceptions to the legislation governing the establishment and operation of supervision systems, insofar as this is caused by the special technical nature of the facilities according to § 7.

§ 9 (1) who edited editing, processing, and any other use of nuclear fuel outside of nuclear fuel outside of equipment of the kind referred to in § 7, processed, or otherwise used, requires approval. A who substantially different processing or other use of the procedures laid down in the approval document for editing, or significantly altered the establishment referred to in the approval certificate or whose position requires approval also.
(2) the permit may only be issued if there are 1 no facts, which concerns about the reliability of the applicant and the resulting persons responsible for the management and supervision of the use of nuclear fuel, and the persons responsible for the management and supervision of the use of nuclear fuels have the necessary expertise, 2. guaranteed is that the persons otherwise when the intended use of nuclear fuels have the necessary knowledge of the possible hazards and protective measures to be applied , 3 which is taken necessary precaution against damage caused by the use of nuclear fuels according to the State of science and technology, 4 has made the necessary provision for the fulfilment of legal obligations to pay compensation, 5. the required protection against interference measures or other influences is guaranteed third, 6 the prevailing public interests, in particular with regard to the pollution of water, air and soil, choosing the location of the use of nuclear fuels do not preclude.

§ 9a recycling radioactive waste and disposal of radioactive waste (1) who built plants where nuclear fuels are handled, that operates, otherwise holds, changed significantly, decommission or eliminated, bypasses outside such facilities with radioactive substances or operates facilities for the generation of ionizing radiation, has to make sure that any radioactive residues, as well as expanded or dismantled radioactive equipment referred to in § 1 No. 2 to 4 purposes will be recovered accordingly indemnify or (direct disposal) be as radioactive waste disposed of assigned. The delivery of originating from the operation of installations for the fission of nuclear fuel for the commercial generation of electricity irradiated nuclear fuel for can recycling at a plant for the reprocessing of irradiated nuclear fuel is not permitted from July 1, 2005.
(1a) the operators of installations for the fission of nuclear fuel for the commercial generation of electricity have to prove that they to comply with their obligations pursuant to paragraph 1 for accrued and the radioactive waste to be back still incurred par. 1a and 1B operating period irradiated nuclear fuel including in the case of the reprocessing of irradiated nuclear fuel, taking into account the section 7 have made sufficient provision (waste disposal precautionary proof). The proof is to perpetuate each year to December 31 and to submit not later than 31 March of the following year. A significant change in the conditions underlying the provision of waste management is to inform the competent authority without delay.
(1B) for the orderly disposal is to prove that the safe whereabouts for irradiated nuclear fuel and to be taken back from the reprocessing of irradiated nuclear fuel radioactive waste in storage is guaranteed until their delivery to a facility for the disposal of radioactive waste. The proof for the disposal of irradiated nuclear fuel is produced by realistic plans about sufficient, appropriately available interim storage facilities. For the existing according to the realistic plan in the next two years interim storage requirements for irradiated nuclear fuel is to prove that this legally and technically available interim storage of the parties or third parties are available. The proof for the disposal of radioactive waste from the reprocessing of irradiated nuclear fuel to be redeemed is produced by realistic plans, from which derived, that adequate interim storage facilities available will be available at the time of the bindingly agreed withdrawal of this radioactive waste. By way of derogation from paragraph 1a sentence 1 can be provided verification for the orderly removal of to be redeemed from the reprocessing radioactive waste from a third party, if the interim storage of radioactive waste to be redeemed for the furnishing by the third party. Next to a realistic projections pursuant to sentence 4, the third party must prove that the interim storage requirements of the parties will be required contractually assured. In the event that several parties have transferred to same third party verification, can cause a common proof for the furnishing (collective proof). Collecting evidence consists of a realistic projections pursuant to sentence 4 for the total interim storage requirements of parties as well as the presentation, it will be appropriately contractually assured.
(1c) unless that sentence 2 permissible survive recovery of irradiated nuclear fuel provided pursuant to paragraph 1, is to prove that the re-use of derived from the reprocessing and of plutonium to be unwinnable in installations for the fission of nuclear fuel for the commercial generation of electricity is guaranteed; This shall not apply in the case of plutonium, which is been used again until 31 August 2000 or for already obtained plutonium, for which up to this point the utilization and consumption rights have been transferred to a third party. This proof is rendered for reuse in installations operated within the scope of this Act for the fission of nuclear fuel for the commercial generation of electricity, if realistic plans for the reprocessing of irradiated nuclear fuel for the production of fuel elements with the fallen from the reprocessing and still falling plutonium, as well as for the use of this fuel will be presented and if to achieving this plan each within the next two years provided for measures through submission of contracts and contract summaries or receipts Third parties which have appropriate equipment, or are demonstrated through the submission of the planning of their use in the case of the use of the fuel in suitable systems of the parties. The proof for reuse in other, operated within the European Union or the Switzerland installations for the fission of nuclear fuel for the commercial generation of electricity is provided binding confirmations about the transfer of utilization and consumption rights for the purpose of the back insert from the reprocessing presented plutonium fallen on.
(1 d) for the uranium produced from the reprocessing of irradiated nuclear fuel, the parties have the safe whereabouts by realistic plans about sufficient to prove standing interim storage facilities as needed to provide. Paragraph shall apply accordingly 1 b sentence 3. Once temporarily stored uranium from temporary storage should be spent, this is including the planned disposal route for the fulfilment of the obligations referred to in paragraph 1, notify the competent authority.
(1e) paragraph 1a shall apply accordingly for operators of installations for the fission of nuclear fuel for research purposes.
(2) a person who possesses radioactive waste that has to deliver it to a facility pursuant to paragraph 3. This does not apply as far as deviant is been determined or arranged on the basis of this Act or such legal regulation pursuant to sentence 3, or by a legal regulation adopted on the basis of this Act or approved. Has operator of a facility for the fission of nuclear fuel for the commercial generation of electricity to ensure that storage according to § 6 para 1 and 3 within the closed area of the plant, or according to § 6 para 1 near the plant is built (site-oriented storage) and which incurred irradiated nuclear fuels up to their delivery to a facility for the disposal of radioactive waste there, kept the possibility of the transfer of irradiated nuclear fuel to the processing referred to in paragraph 1 sentence 2 shall remain unaffected. The competent authority shall on request allow exemptions from the care obligation pursuant to sentence 3, if the operator of a facility a closure request made and binding has declared, at which time before July 1, 2005 he permanently will discontinue the operation of the plant for the fission of nuclear fuel for the commercial generation of electricity. The competent authority grants the exemption from the obligation of care pursuant to sentence 3, permission to operate of the plant for the fission of nuclear fuel for the commercial generation of electricity on the date designated by the operator in the application will be void.
(2a) the operators of installations for the fission of nuclear fuel for the commercial generation of electricity has also to make sure that the from the reprocessing of irradiated nuclear fuel from abroad are withdrawn from hardened fission product solutions and set 3 until their delivery to a facility for the disposal of radioactive waste stored in location near store referred to in paragraph 2.
(3) the countries have State collecting facilities for the temporary storage of the radioactive waste accumulated in their territory, the Federal Government has to set up systems to ensure and to the final disposal of radioactive waste. You can use third parties to fulfill their obligations. The Federal Government can transfer his duties with the required regulatory powers to fulfill his obligation to wholly or partially to a third party, if they offer the guarantee for the proper fulfillment of the tasks; the third is under the supervision of the Federal Government. The third party may charge pursuant to sentence 3 a fee for the use of facilities for securing and disposal instead of costs. Insofar as she set 3 is assigned tasks after, according to § 21 b collected contributions, according to the advance payments collected on the basis of paragraph 21 b (3) adopted by Legislative Decree and the amounts mentioned by the State collecting facilities according to § 21a, para 2, set of 9 are services which are provided to the third party. A responsibility of the Federal Government for breaches of official duty instead of the third party pursuant to sentence 3 there is no; the third party has to complete an adequate liability insurance to cover damages resulting from breaches of official duty. section 25 shall remain unaffected. Insofar as the performance of duties is assigned by the Federal Government on the third party pursuant to sentence 3, the Federal Government exempts this from obligations to pay compensation according to § 25 up to the amount of EUR 2.5 billion. The supervisory authority decides on appeals against administrative acts, which are adopted by the third party pursuant to sentence 3.
(4) (dropped out) § 9 b approval procedures (1) the establishment, operation and decommissioning of the facilities referred to in Article 9a, paragraph 3 Federal and the significant change of such plants or their operation require plan approval. At the request of the project in stages can conducted and consequently zoning decisions of part of are granted when a preliminary assessment, that the conditions will be available pursuant to paragraph 4, relating to the construction, the operation of the entire plant and decommissioning. Section 74 para 6 of the administrative procedure act shall apply with the proviso that the competent authority only at the request or by virtue of site plan approval decision may grant the approval of a plan, if the significant change of the plants referred to in sentence 1 or their operation is requested and the change can have no significant detrimental effects on a protection goods named in § 2 para 1 sentence 2 of the law on environmental impact assessment. section 76 of the Administrative Procedure Act does not apply.
(1a) in cases where the location was set by federal law, a permit takes the place of the plan approval. The permit may only be issued if you number 1 to 3 and 5 the conditions are satisfied in section 7, paragraph 2; These requirements shall apply mutatis mutandis for the decommissioning. The approval shall be refused if impairment of the well-being of the general public are expected 1st by the construction, operation or decommissioning of the planned site, which cannot be prevented by content restrictions and requirements, or 2. conflict with other public service regulations, particularly in regard to environmental, construction, operation or decommissioning of the plant.
The approval, the admissibility of the project is determined with regard to all public matters affected by it; In addition to approving other regulatory decisions, in particular public approvals, ceremonies, permits, permits, approvals and plan findings are not required the admissibility of the project, with exception of water licences and permits, as well as the decisions of according to the regulations of the mountain and deep storage law. In the approval decision, all authorities of the Confederation, the countries that are the municipalities and other regional authorities to participate, whose area of responsibility is affected. The decision is to make in consultation with the relevant competent authorities. § find 7B and the Atomrechtliche procedure Regulation shall apply.
(2) in the case of the zoning is to examine the environmental impact of the plant. The environmental impact assessment is part of the examination pursuant to paragraph 4. In the cases of paragraph 1a, the environmental compatibility of the system is to check; This may be due to the environmental impact assessment already carried out in the site selection procedure under the provisions of the site selection Act on additional or other significant environmental effects of the history system will be limited.
(3) the zoning decision can be content limited to achieve the purposes described in section 1 and connected with requirements. As far as's no. 2 to 4 designated purposes is required to achieve in § 1, additional requirements are allowed.
(4) the planning decision may only be issued if you number 1 to 3 and 5 the conditions are satisfied in section 7, paragraph 2; These requirements shall apply mutatis mutandis for the decommissioning. The planning decision is to fail, if impairment of the well-being of the general public are expected 1st by the construction, operation or decommissioning of the planned site, which cannot be prevented or 2. conflict with other public service regulations, particularly in regard to environmental, construction, operation or decommissioning of the site by content restrictions and obligations.
(5) the sections 72 to 75, 77 and 78 of the administrative procedure act with the following provisions apply for the plan approval procedure: 1. the levying of objections, the conduct of the hearing and the notification of the decisions are the announcement of the project and of the hearing, the interpretation of the plan, according to the regulation according to § 7 para 4 sentence 3. The rules contained in this Regulation shall apply form and content as well as nature and extent of the submitted plan in regard to the nuclear safety and radiation protection.
2. before a reserved decision may be waived by a publication and interpretation of subsequent documents, if their publication and interpretation would reveal no further circumstances, which can be substantial for the interests of third parties.
3. the zoning does not refer to the admissibility of the project according to the regulations of the mountain and deep storage law. This decides the authority pursuant to Section 23d paragraph 1 number 2.
4. 7B this act as well as article 18 of the directive procedure Regulation shall apply § for zoning decisions of part of for investment the Federal Government according to Article 9a, paragraph 3.

§ 9c State collecting facilities for the camps or edit radioactive waste in State collecting facilities after section 9a, paragraph 3, sentence 1 the applicable to the handling of such radioactive materials licensing requirements of this law and the regulations issued on the basis of this Act are first half-sentence applicable.

§§ 9 d and 9f (dropped out) § 9 d expropriation (1) for the purposes of the establishment and operation of facilities for the disposal of radioactive waste, as well as for purposes of effecting fundamental changes in such equipment or its operation is permissible insofar as she one 9B of established or approved plan is required to perform pursuant to § the expropriation.
(2) the expropriation is also permitted for purposes of the preliminary site investigation for installations for the disposal of radioactive waste, as far as they to carry out exploration activities on the basis of the provisions of the Federal Mining Act, as well as to whose maintenance the ruling about a parent-underground exploration according to § 14 paragraph 2 sentence 5, half-sentence 2 of the site selection Act is necessary. The expropriation is necessary to carry out exploration activities, especially if the suitability of certain geological formations would as a disposal site for radioactive waste without the expropriation could be examined to the extent necessary or not or if the examination of the suitability without the expropriation significantly hindered, delayed or otherwise difficult. Prejudice to the specific provisions of the Federal Mining Act about the addition and the basic assignment and other interventions in third party rights for mining purposes.

section 9e subject matter and admissibility of the expropriation; Compensation (1) by the expropriation according to § 9 d can be 1 ownership or other rights to land and property rights revoked or charged, 2. rights and powers be revoked, which entitle to purchase, possession or use of land or property rights or restricting the debtor in the use of land or land rights, mining permissions, as well as ancient rights preserved after the Federal Mining Act withdrawn 3. or will be charged , 4. legal relationships are established, grant the rights of the kind referred to in paragraph 2.
Plot parts are of the same land pursuant to sentence 1.
(2) the expropriation is allowed only if the welfare of the general public, in particular to ensure the final disposal of radioactive waste according to § 9a, requires it and if the purpose of the expropriation cannot be achieved in accordance with the location dependency of the project in other reasonable ways. In the case of article 9 d, paragraph 1 is the identified or approved plan to use the expropriation procedure and binding for the expropriation authority. The expropriation requires that the applicant seriously in vain has committed to the hands-free acquisition of rights or powers referred to in paragraph 1, or to the agreement of a contractual relationship on reasonable terms. Rights and powers may be expropriated only in the scope where this is necessary to achieve the purpose of the expropriation. To expropriated a plot of land or a geographically or economically contiguous land only to a part of be, the owner may claim the expansion of expropriation on the residual plot or the ownership of rest of as the rest property or the residual ownership no longer in reasonable amounts can be used structurally or economically.
(3) is to compensate the applicant for the expropriation. b section 21 remains unaffected. The compensation for the loss of rights occurring through the expropriation and other disadvantages of entering through the expropriation assets. The compensation for the loss of rights is determined by the market value of to enteignenden rights or powers referred to in paragraph 1. Has which a party with the transfer, encumbrance or other limitation of rights or powers in writing agrees to pursuant to paragraph 1, the compensation procedure can be performed immediately.
(4) they apply to the expropriation and compensation in addition according to §§ 93 to 103 and 106 to 122 of the Federal building code. Section 116 of the building code with the proviso that the exercise of the aforementioned rights can be temporarily deprived of the legitimate and, as far as this is necessary for the purposes mentioned in article 9 d, paragraph 1 and 2, provisionally transferred to the applicant applies for the expropriation of mining permissions and rights within the meaning of section 9e paragraph 1 sentence 1 No. 3.
(5) the §§ 217 and 231 of the Federal Building Code apply appeals against decisions of the expropriation authority. Remedies against decisions according to article 116 of the Federal building code have no suspensive effect. The request for arrangement of the suspensive effect according to § 80 paragraph 5 sentence 1 of the administrative court order can be made only within one month of the notification of the decision and justified. It is noted in the legal appeal.

section 9f works on land have (1) owner and other beneficial to tolerate that for the preparation of the plan approval pursuant to § 9 (b) and the upper-day site investigation for installations for the disposal of radioactive waste land enter and drive on, as well as surveys, soil and groundwater investigations and similar temporary work on land run by the responsible persons. Intention to enter land and carry out such work is in good time beforehand to announce the owner and the other rights-holders.
(2) after completing the preparatory work, the previous state of the plots is to restore. The competent authority may order that created institutions can remain within the framework of the preparatory work.
(3) immediate assets incurs disadvantages due to a measure referred to in paragraph 1 or an arrangement referred to in paragraph 2 sentence 2 the owners or other rights-holders, then a reasonable compensation in money is payable. b section 21 remains unaffected.

§ 9 g change lock
(1) to secure plans for undertaking pursuant to § 9 b or for backup or continuation of a site investigation for installations for the disposal of radioactive waste are settable by decree for a period of not more than ten years of planning areas, considerably increase the value or the project changes significantly aggravating b or the site investigation may not be made pursuant to § 9 on their surfaces or in their underground. A two-time extension of setting up ten years by a regulation is permitted if the conditions continue to exist pursuant to sentence 1. Before a determination pursuant to sentences 1 and 2, the municipalities and districts, whose Gebiet is affected by the setting are to listen. The setting is pursuant to sentences 1 and 2 to repeal before the end of the designated periods if the requirements for a determination have disappeared. The determination pursuant to sentences 1 and 2 occurs with the beginning of the interpretation of the plan in the plan approval procedure pursuant to § 9B or pursuant to § 57a of the Federal Mining Act overrides.
(2) from the beginning of the interpretation of the plan in the plan approval procedure pursuant to § 9B on may considerably increase the value or significantly aggravating the project changes on the areas affected by the plan and in the area of the ground covered by the plan until are not made to the scheduled services. Changes that previously begun in legally permitted way, maintenance work and the continuation of a previously lawfully exercised use will not be affected.
(3) paragraph 2 shall apply according to site exploration preliminary project to the underground for installations for the disposal of radioactive waste on the basis of the provisions of the Federal Mining Act; at the point of interpretation of the plan in the plan approval procedure pursuant to § 9, b is the interpretation of the plan in the plan approval procedure pursuant to § 57a of the Federal Mining Act.
(4) the competent authority shall on request to admit the paragraphs 1 to 3 exceptions to the change lock when vast public concerns do not preclude and if compliance with the change lock in some cases would lead to an unintended difficulties.
(5) the change lock takes according to the paragraphs 1 to 3 longer than five years, as the owner and the other rights-holders for the financial disadvantages incurred can demand a reasonable compensation in money. The compensation is payable by the project proponents. b section 21 remains unaffected.

§ 10 legal regulation exceptions may be admitted sections 3 to 7 and 9 of the regulations, insofar as due to the quantity or quality of nuclear fuels or due to certain safety measures or protective devices not with damages as a result of a self-sustaining chain reaction or as a result of the effect of ionising radiation is expected and as far as you described in § 1 No. 3 and 4 do not preclude purposes. For radioactive waste no. 6 can be taken by legal regulation according to § 11 ABS. 1 exceptions from the provisions of section 3.

§ 11 authorization rules (approval, display, general registration) (1) where a special provision is not made by this law for nuclear fuel and equipment within the meaning of § 7, can be determined by a regulation to achieve the purposes referred to in article 1 1 that the exploration of radioactive substances, the handling of radioactive materials (collection, production, storage, processing, processing, use and disposal), the transport of radioactive substances (acquisition and disposal of to others) , the carriage and the import and export of these substances require a permit or display, as well as under what conditions and what ancillary provisions and which procedure a release of radioactive material for the purpose of discharge from the monitoring by this law or by a legal regulation adopted on the basis of this Act or a release of radioactive substances of natural origin from the monitoring is carried out under these regulations , 2. the establishment and operation of plants for producing ionizing radiation of a permit or display require 3 after an approval by a body under the Ordinance to produce plants, equipment and devices that contain radioactive materials or ionizing radiation that can generally be admitted which ads have to reimburse the owners of such machines, equipment and devices, and 4 that safety significant components , with manufacturing already prior to application or approval should be started, equipment according to section 7 subsection 1 sentence 1 only then be installed must, if there is a legitimate interest for the prefabrication and in a test procedure is that materials, design, construction and production meet the requirements pursuant to § 7 para 2 No. 3, which is responsible for the procedure established , which documents to teach are and what legal effect should be to the approval of prefabrication, 5 that radioactive material in a certain way or for any particular purpose may not be used or eliminated only in a certain way or not placed or cross-border spent, as far as the prohibition for the protection of life and health of the population before the dangers of radioactive substances or to the enforcement of decisions of international organisations , whose member is the Federal Republic of Germany, is required to reimburse 6 that for the implementation of legal acts of the European communities the-, and transit (transboundary movements) radioactive substances of a permit or approval needs, notifications and reports and documents to be carried are. It can still be that approvals can be equipped with auxiliary regulations, 7 that require protection against ionising radiation natural origin closer to work a permit or display, 8 the purpose-driven addition of radioactive substances in the production of medicines, medical devices, pesticides, pesticide substances according to § 1 No. 1 to 5 of the fertilizers Act or consumer goods or their activation and the transboundary movement of such a permit or display products require.
(2) the Decree may no. 6 and general authorisations in the context of the purpose of this Act, personal and objective conditions make subject to approvals, consents referred to in paragraph 1, as well as regulate the procedure for authorisations, approvals pursuant to paragraph 1 No. 6 and general authorisations.
(3) If a release of radioactive material or a release of radioactive substances of natural origin after one on the basis of paragraph 1 adopted Decree stipulating disposal according to the regulations of the circulatory economic law or on the basis or on the basis of the force until June 1, 2012 recycling and waste management act adopted regulations No. 1 may these substances after those provisions are not reused or recycled.

§ 12 empowerment regulations (protection) (1) by regulation can to achieve the purposes referred to in paragraph 1 be determined 1 What precautionary and control measures including the justification within the meaning of article 6 § 1 and 2 of Directive 96/29/EURATOM of 13 May 1996 laying down basic safety standards for the protection of the health of workers and the population against the dangers by ionizing radiations (OJ EC No. L 159, p. 1) and article 3 of Directive 97/43/EURATOM of 30 June 1997 on health protection of individuals against the dangers of ionizing radiation in medical exposure, and repealing Directive 84/466/EURATOM (OJ EC No. L 180 S. 22) to protect of individuals and the general public for the handling and transport of radioactive substances in the construction, operation and ownership of equipment which described in paragraphs 7 and 11 para 1 No. 2 art handling and transport systems, equipment and devices the article 11, paragraph 1 No. 3 referred to in kind, for the purposeful addition of radioactive substances or activation of materials , to be taken to protect against ionising radiation of natural origin for work, to meet 2. what provision for this is that certain doses of radiation and certain concentrations of radioactive materials in the air and water are not exceeded, 3 that the employment of persons in radiation hazardous areas especially authorised doctors may only be a certificate and that concerns health way against such employment the supervisory authority shall decide after consulting medical experts , 3a.
that and how to the evaluation of projects for the application of radioactive materials or ionizing radiation on humans in medical research is to participate in an Ethics Committee, which the independence and competence of such Ethics Commission requirements are to provide, and conditions under which their registration is to make or revoke and known publicly is made like this, 3B. that and way in which diagnostic reference values in connection with the exercise of the medical or dentistry to the application of radioactive substances or ionising radiation in humans determined, created and published, the medical radiation exposure of persons determined and carried out surveys to each, 3 c.
that the competent authorities determine medical and dental offices and determine that and how the medical and dental bodies conduct audits which ensures that the needs of medical science are observed in the application of radioactive materials or ionizing radiation in medicine and the applied procedures and other equipment used correspond to the respective necessary quality standards to ensure of a minimal radiation exposure of patients , and that and how the results of the tests be communicated to the competent authorities, 4 that and to what extent persons who reside in blasting explosive or stopped or perform work pursuant to § 11 para 1 No. 7 or have carried out, are required, measurements for the determination of radiation doses to her body, medical examination and, as far as the protection of other persons or the general public needed , to undergo medical treatment and that is to carry out the investigation or treatment by specially authorized physicians as well as that, and in what way the operation of aircraft, radiation exposure due to cosmic rays are determined, registered and transmitted anywhere closer to lawmakers or to be determined on the basis of a regulation adopted pursuant to this Act and that these authorities forward the notices to the register of radiation protection , 4a.
that for the determination of exposures the competent authorities locations decide, 5. that and on which way on the production, extraction, are to repay the acquisition to result in ownership, the tax and other whereabouts of radioactive substances and measurements of dose and dose rates of ionizing radiation book and messages, 6 that and in what way and to what extent the owner of a plant , in the of radioactive substances is handled or should be handled, is obliged to inform the supervisory authority, whether and what deviations from the information on the permit application, including the documents or by the approval occurred, 7 that safety-significant deviations from the intended operation, in particular accidents and other damage when handling will deal with radioactive materials, construction and the operation of facilities in which radioactive substances , as well as when dealing with plant, equipment, and devices referred to in article 11, paragraph 1 No. 3 kind of supervisors to report are and under what conditions and in what way the findings, except individual information about the personal and factual circumstances, may be published for the purpose of improving security arrangements through to lawmakers in the Legislative Decree, 7a.
that and how the population in terms of safety-significant deviations from the intended operation, in particular accidents, is to teach about the codes of conduct applicable at a radiological emergency and poignant health protection measures, as well as that and how people who used for bailouts in the event of a radiological emergency or can be used, be informed about possible health hazards and precautions , 8. what radioactive waste at the State collecting facilities and the facilities of the association according to § 9a, para 3 to deliver are and that with regard to the extent of the risk involved in certain circumstances an alternative interim storage or other exceptions from the obligation of delivery permitted are or can be arranged or approved, 9 has which requirements the harmless recovery and orderly disposal of radioactive residues, as well as upgraded or built from radioactive parts to meet , that and with what content information on the fulfilment of obligations according to Article 9a, paragraph 1 to 1e is, to present and to continue that and way in which radioactive waste before the delivery to the State collecting facilities and the facilities of the Federal Government to handle, intermediate storage and to prove this, as well as transportation for quantity and quality are, as delivery making is, as in the State collecting facilities and the facilities of the Federal Government are to ensure and to store , under what conditions and how they to be paid by the State collecting facilities at facilities of the Federal Government and to monitor facilities according to § 9a, para 3, 9a.
that and how residues and other materials from work to exploit no.7 or eliminate are according to article 11, paragraph 1, in particular that and how to remove radioactive contamination by such residues or other materials are § 7 and 11 para 1, 10 on how the protection of radioactive material, of equipment within the meaning of § no. 2 as well as to ensure equipment assets of the Federal Government according to § 9a section 3 against interference measures and other actions of third parties is 10a.
that the competent authorities officially determine individuals and organizations to experts, 11 What are the requirements on training, the professional knowledge and skills, in particular with regard to experience, suitability, instruction in the expert activity, amount of audit work and other requirements and obligations, as well as the reliability and impartiality of the experts referred to in article 20 and the people, the experts certain as the Government operate according to a decree issued on the basis of this Act , are to make and what are the requirements in terms of technical equipment and the cooperation of members of different disciplines, organizations must meet, which should be consulted as an expert within the meaning of article 20 are to make 12 What are the requirements to the required expertise or skills for the people in dealing with or for the transport of radioactive material, as well as in the construction and the operation of systems according to paragraphs 7 , 9a para 3 sentence 1 second half-sentence, and article 11, para. 1 No. 2 or involved in the decommissioning or removal of plants or plant parts according to § 7 paragraph 3 or the secure confinement or related operations exercise, which evidence thereof is to provide and how, after the sections 23 and 24 of competent licensing and supervisory authorities check the existence of the required vocational skills or the skills , what requirements on the recognition of courses in the provision of the proof of expertise and to what extent the persons at certain intervals in a recognised course to participate have 13 that the supervisory authority can issue decrees for the implementation of the legislation adopted on the basis of the numbers 1 to 10.
Sentence 1 Nos. 1 and 7 shall apply accordingly for the carriage of radioactive substances, as far as it is to achieve the in section 1 No. 1, 3 and 4 above purposes and rules on the financial security is.
(2) the fundamental right to physical integrity (article 2 para 2 sentence 1 of the Basic Law) is restricted in accordance with paragraph 1 sentence 1 No. 4.

§ 12A enabling provision (decision of the Management Committee) is the Federal Government authorized, with the consent of the Federal Council decisions of the Management Committee of the European nuclear energy agency or his successor, function under article 1 para a subpara. II and iii and article 1 para to implement b of the Paris Convention by Decree and to modify the Appendix 1 para. 1 No. 2 and 3 and the annex 2 to this Act or to cancel, if this meeting referred to in section 1 is required purposes.

§ 12b checking the reliability of people to protect against theft or release of radioactive substances (1) to protect against unauthorized acts, which to a theft or release of radioactive substances can lead, according to article 23, paragraph 1 carry out a review of the reliability of the following persons no. 1 to 5 and § 24 of competent licensing and supervisory authorities: 1 named applicant or marketing authorisation holder and other responsible persons in authorisation , Planning - and supervisory procedures, focusing on facilities or activities referred to in paragraph 4, 6, 7, 9, 9a paragraph 3 or article 11 par. 1 No. 2, 2 persons, receive in the construction or operation of facilities within the meaning of § § 7 and 11 para 1 No. 2 or from plants of the association according to § 9a, para 3 are 3 persons involved in the handling of radioactive substances or the transport of radioactive substances, , as well as 4 experts (article 20).
Employees pursuant to sentence 1 competent approval and supervisory authorities and officials of other authorities with legal right of access to the relevant plants or facilities are excluded from the review of reliability.
(2) the review of reliability is carried out with prior written consent of the person to be tested (stakeholders).
(3) testing can the competent authority 1 check the identity of the person concerned, 2 the police enforcement and intelligence of the Federal and State Governments, and, as far as in some cases required, the military Abschirmdienst, the BND and the customs criminal investigation department according to existing, significant for the assessment of the reliability of inquiries, 3.
inquiries with the Federal Commissioner for the records of the State security service of the former German Democratic Republic to establish a full-time or unofficial occupation of the person concerned for the State security service of the former German Democratic Republic, when the person concerned prior to January 1, 1970 was born and there are indications for such an activity, a unlimited source of information from the Federal central register or a certificate for authorities according to § 30 para 5 of the federal Central Register Act get a 4. , 5 as far as in some cases when a foreign person concerned required a transfer of data from the central register of foreigners seek and make a request to the competent foreign authority according to existing, significant for the assessment of the reliability of findings.
Measures are under consideration of the type of the plant or establishment, in particular the type and amount of presence of radioactive substances, relatively level the type of activity, the scope of the access authorization and the responsibility of the person concerned, as well as transportation of radioactive materials in addition considering packaging and transportation pursuant to sentence 1.
(4) in the case of actual evidence of doubts about the reliability of the person concerned the competent authority is empowered, in addition 1 the law enforcement authorities and criminal courts including the financial authorities responsible for criminal tax proceedings the granting of information and, if doubts persist, to request access to the file, 2. the authorities to ask for the execution of the law on the control of weapons of war, the danger goods transport Act, the Firearms Act , of the proofing-law, of the Explosives Act, or a regulation adopted on the basis of these laws are responsible, and, if doubts persist, in the files kept on the person concerned to the competent authority to admit 3. procedures for the approval of the transport of radioactive substances to obtain information from the register of driving aptitude.
(5) the competent authority is the person concerned opportunity to comment if there are doubts on its reliability on the basis of the collected information.
(6) the competent authority may only process personal data collected to validate and use, insofar as this is necessary for the purposes of the review.
(7) the protection of the Constitution authorities of the Federal and State Governments, the military Abschirmdienst, the German Federal Intelligence Service, the Federal Criminal Police Office, the Customs Crime Office and the competent foreigners authority share without delay information with the competent authority, sentence 1, no. 2 or no. 5 known them after answering a request pursuant to paragraph 3 have become and are important for the assessment of the reliability (review). For this purpose they may, through the answer to the question the personal data of the person concerned (gender; Surname, maiden name, all given name and all earlier names; Date and place of birth; State of birth; Place of residence; Nationality, earlier and double nationality) and save the file site. The constitutional protection authorities of the Federal and State Governments may save the data referred to in sentence 2 and their file reference also in the common files according to § 6 of the Federal Verfassungsschutz Act.
(8) the competent authority delete the personal data stored for the purpose of assessing the reliability of at least five years and six months after the adoption of the decision. A decision as well as the withdrawal or the withdrawal of a decision shall communicate to the competent authority the authorities committed to the report; This delete the request pursuant to paragraph 3 sentence 1 No. 2 or no. 5, the answer to the question, and the other under paragraph 7 sentence 2 stored personal data immediately after obtaining knowledge. In other cases, the authorities committed to the follow-up report delete the personal data referred to in sentence 2 no later than five years and six months after the request.
(9) the details of the assessment, the admissibility of actions and the establishment of review categories in accordance with paragraph 3, the relevant criteria for assessing the reliability of, to review the determination of the period, in the checks are more exceptions to the review are laid down in a decree

§ 12c radiation protection register (1) which are collected data about the radiation exposure of persons occupationally exposed to radiation due to a regulation according to § 12 para 1 sentence 1 No. 4 for the purpose of monitoring of dose limits and the observance of the principles of radiation protection included in a register established by the Federal Office for radiation protection. The person concerned shall be informed about data storage.
(2) for the aforementioned purposes, information to the supervisory authorities under section 24, as well as to the bodies and persons may be granted from the register to the necessary extent, are responsible for preventive and monitoring measures to protect of occupational radiation-exposed persons.
(3) for the purposes of scientific research in the area of radiation protection, personal information with the consent of the person concerned to third parties may be transmitted. Without the consent of the person concerned, they may be transmitted if do not preclude the transfer or the intended use of the data protection needs of the person concerned or if the public interest in the research substantially outweighs the privacy interest of the person concerned. A transfer of personal data for purposes of scientific research is excluded, if the purpose of the research can be achieved at a reasonable cost through the use of anonymous data. Further data protection laws relating to the processing and use of personal data for scientific research shall remain unaffected.
(4) the recipient of personal data may use them only for the purpose for which they have been submitted to authorized. Details about the conditions and the procedure of obtaining information and the transmission of personal data is determined by regulation.

Section 12d register of highly radioactive sources (1) collected data over highly radioactive sources are no. 5 on the basis of a regulation according to § 12 para 1 sentence 1 to the captured in section 1 purposes referred to in no. 2 to 4 in a register established by the Federal Office for radiation protection.
(2) in the register referred to in paragraph 1, in particular the following information on the highly radioactive source are their control, and on authorizations issued by this Act or a regulation according to § 11 para 1 No. 1 or 6 entered: 1 owner, date of issue, fixed term of approval, 2. identification number of the highly radioactive sealed source, 3. properties, controls, and using the highly radioactive source, 4th place of the dealing or the storage of highly radioactive source , 5. obtaining or task of matter domination over the highly radioactive source, 6. loss, theft, or Fund of the highly radioactive source.
(3) the authorities according to section 22 para 1 and 3, sections 23 and 24, the Federal Ministry responsible for nuclear safety and radiation protection, the Federal Office for civil protection and disaster relief, the Federal Criminal Police Office, the State police offices, the federal police authority specified in the regulation according to § 58 (1) of the Federal Police Act, the Customs Crime Office and the constitutional authorities of the Federal and State Governments have read access to the registry.
(4) information from the register may be given other police authorities of countries, customs authorities, the military Abschirmdienst, as well as the German Federal Intelligence Service, insofar as it is necessary for the performance of their duties. Sentence 1 shall apply to authorities of other States with similar tasks and towards international organisations, insofar as binding decisions of the European Union provide for this or this is available under other international agreements.
(5) the data stored in the registry are according to the last update of the information on a highly radioactive sealed source for 30 years to be kept.
(6) by regulation details can be over 1 content and form data collection and registration, access rights and the procedures of exchange of information, and 2. the transmission of data, the rectification, blocking and erasure of data are determined.

Article 13 provision for the fulfilment of legal obligations to pay compensation (1) has the authority in the permitting procedure method, to assess the extent and amount of interest for the fulfillment of legal obligations to pay compensation (cover), to meet the applicant has. The setting is again to perform at intervals of two years, as well as significant changes; This has the authority to determine the committed to the financial security a reasonable period within which the financial security must be proven.
(2) the provisions referred to in paragraph 1 must 1 plants and activities where a liability after the Paris Convention in conjunction with § 25 para 1 to 4, according to § 25a or after a said international treaties to consider coming in section 25a, paragraph 2, are in proportion to the danger that the facility or activity, 2.
in other cases of an activity requiring approval under this Act or on the basis of a regulation adopted pursuant to this law, to ensure compliance with legal obligations to pay compensation to the extent by the circumstances.
(3) within the framework drawn by paragraph 2 and to the achievement of the purposes referred to in article 1 more rules about it may be adopted by regulation what the provision for compliance with legal obligations to pay compensation measures are required. This is the amount of financial security in the framework of a maximum of EUR 2.5 billion to settle; Ceiling and coverage levels are to check at intervals of five years with the aim of maintaining the real value of financial security.
(4) the Federal Government and the States are obliged not to financial security. As far as for a country, a liability comes after Paris Convention in conjunction with § 25 para 1 to 4, according to § 25a or after one of the international treaties into consideration referred to in section 25a, paragraph 2, sets the permitting authority in appropriate application of the Regulation pursuant to article 3 paragraphs 1 and 2, to what extent and at what level the land for the fulfillment of legal obligations to pay compensation has without getting coverage through the indemnity obligation according to § 34. This obligation is equivalent to applying this law of financial security. Sentences 2 and 3 do not apply to the Federal Government.
(5) legal obligations to pay compensation within the meaning of this law are the legal liability provisions of private content-based obligations to pay compensation. The legal obligations to pay compensation within the meaning of this Act include obligations arising from the sections 110, 111 of seventh book social law, the indemnification obligations arising from § 7 section 6 of the Act in conjunction with section 14 of the Federal Immission Control Act, and only insofar as the damage or impairment caused similar compensation or compensation obligations accident.

§ 14 liability insurance and other financial security (1) is the financial security at facilities and activities involving a liability under the Paris Convention in conjunction with § 25 para 1 to 4, according to § 25a, according to one of the international agreements referred to in section 25a, paragraph 2 or comes to § 26 para 1 in conjunction with paragraph 1a into account, provided by a liability insurance policy, apply to these , without having established a direct right of action in the sense of § 115 of the German insurance contract law is, the §§ 117 and 119 to 122 of the insurance contract act accordingly subject to the proviso that the period of 117 par. 2 of the German insurance contract law shall be two months and their expiry of liability for the carriage of nuclear materials and radioactive substances, that paragraph 1a are assimilated to them pursuant to section 26, be suspended for the duration of the promotion. application of § 117 paragraph 3 sentence 2 of the German insurance contract law, the indemnification obligation remains according to § 34 out of consideration. section 109 of the German insurance contract law is not applicable.
(2) if the financial security rather than by a liability insurance policy provided by an other financial security shall apply paragraph 1 in accordance with.

§ 15 the holder of a nuclear installation committed to the financial security and a victim at the time of the occurrence of the nuclear event affiliates of a corporation within the meaning of section 18 of the companies Act are ranking the satisfaction from the cover (1), so the financial security may be used only to fulfil statutory damages of that victims, if degrades does not cover the claims of any other injured. Nuclear facilities are also reactors, which are part of a means of transport within the meaning of sentence 1.
(2) damage to an industrial plant in the vicinity of the nuclear installation has occurred so paragraph 1 shall set 1 mutatis mutandis, if the site is meant to use, energy from the core system for production processes.
(3) that subordinated to be fulfilled passu claims pursuant to paragraphs 1 and 2.

§ 16 (dropped out) § 17 content restrictions, conditions, cancellation, designation as operator of a nuclear installation licences and general authorisations under this Act or a regulation adopted on the basis of this Act are in writing, but not in electronic form to grant; derogation can be provided in the regulations adopted on the basis of this Act, that authorization or general approval also in electronic form, using a permanently verifiable signature may be granted pursuant to § 37 para 4 of the Administrative Procedure Act. You can be content limited to achieve the purposes referred to in article 1 and connected with requirements. As far as achieving § 1 No. 2 and 3 referred to in it the purpose is required, additional requirements are allowed. Permits, with the exception of those pursuant to § 7, as well as general approvals can be temporary.
(2) permits and General approvals can be withdrawn if one of their requirements not existed when placing the.
(3) permits and general authorisations may be revoked, if 1 of them two years no use has been made, if not the approval or general authorisation determines otherwise, 2. one of their conditions has later been removed and not in due time will be remedied, or 3. the provisions of this Act or the regulations adopted under this Act , against this based orders and orders of supervisors or against the provisions of the decision on the approval or general admission substantially or repeatedly violated or if a subsequent Edition is not been met and not in timely redress has been obtained, 4. even after a reasonable grace a proper proof paragraph 1a is not presented according to § 9a to 1e, or even after a reasonable grace no results of undertaken security review be presented article 19a, paragraph 1.
(4) permits can be revoked if the financial security complies with not fixing according to article 13, paragraph 1, and the one committed to the financial security after appropriate financial security within a reasonable period of time to be determined by the managing authority fixing.
(5) permits or general approvals are also to withdraw, if this is necessary due to a significant risk of employees, third parties or the general public and not through subsequent editions in reasonable time can be remedied.
(6) with the approval of activities, entitling them to operate of a nuclear facility, the marketing authorisation holder in the permit notification is called operator of a nuclear installation.

§ 18 compensation (1) In the event of the withdrawal or the revocation of a legal regulation adopted on the basis of this Act pursuant to this Act or after a granted permission or general approval a reasonable compensation in money shall be paid to the owner. Is pronounced the withdrawal or revocation by an agency of the Federal Government, is the Federal Government, the withdrawal or the withdrawal by a State authority is granted, so the country whose Behörde has pronounced the withdrawal or revocation is obliged to provide compensation. The compensation is fair considering the interests of the public and of the person concerned, as well as of the reasons which led to the withdrawal or revocation, to determine. The compensation is limited by the height of the expenses made by the person concerned, in installations due to the height of their value. Due to the amount of compensation is open to legal action in the ordinary courts.
(2) a duty of indemnification is not given when 1 the owner has received the approval or general admission on the basis of information which was incorrect or incomplete in essential points, 2. the holder of the authorization or general approval or which have given rise to revocation of the approval or general admission professionals by their behavior for him in connection with the exercise of approval or general admission , particularly through substantial or repeated violation of the provisions of this Act or the regulations issued on the basis of this Act or against this based orders and orders of supervisors against the provisions of the decision relating to authorisation, General admission or by non-compliance with retrofit requirements, 3. the withdrawal because of a subsequently occurred, in the licensed facility or activity-based significant threat to workers , Third parties or the general public had to be pronounced.
(3) paragraphs 1 and 2 shall apply mutatis mutandis for subsequent runs according to § 17 para 1 sentence 3 (4) if the country has to pay compensation, are the Federal Government or another country according to their interest resulting from the overall situation of withdrawal or revocation is obliged to pay compensation to this country. The same applies if the Federal Government has to compensate.

Article 19 State Inspectorate
(1) the handling and transport of radioactive substances, the installation, operation and ownership of equipment of paragraphs 7 and 11 para 1 No. 2 referred to in kind, handling and transport systems, equipment and devices of § 11 para 1 No. 3 referred to in type, the transport of these substances, plants, equipment and devices, the purpose-driven addition of radioactive material and the activation of materials , as far as this pursuant to this Act or on the basis of a regulation under this Act requirements, and are subject to work according to § 11 para 1 No. 7 State supervision. Regulators have in particular to ensure, not offend against the provisions of this Act and the regulations adopted on the basis of this Act, the limitation based orders and injunctions of the supervisory authorities and the provisions of the decision on the approval or general admission and that subsequent requirements are observed. The provisions of § 139 b application corresponding to the industrial code lists the powers and obligations of the supervisory authorities. The Federal Ministry responsible for nuclear safety and radiation protection may pass the information communicated to it by the authorities after the articles 22 to 24, indicating violations- and export regulations of this Act or the regulations adopted on the basis of this law, against the limitation based orders and injunctions of the supervisory authorities or the provisions of the decision on the approval, to the Federal Ministry of the Interior , as far as this is necessary for the performance of duties of the Federal Criminal Police Office in the prosecution of criminal offences in foreign trade transactions; the information may be, used as far as nothing else is determined by law, only for the purpose for which they have been submitted.
(2) the representative of the supervisory authority and the experts drawn from it according to section 20 or the other Government drawn to officers are authorized, places where radioactive substances, plants of paragraphs 7 and 11 para 1 No. 2 referred to in art or plants, equipment and devices in § 11 para 1 No. 3 known species are or where this impact stemming rays , or places, for which these requirements to assume the circumstances are, at any time to enter and to make all tests, which are necessary for the fulfilment of their tasks. Here, you can ask the necessary information by the managers and workers people. In addition, section 36 of the product safety act shall apply mutatis mutandis. The fundamental rights of laid down in article 13 of the Basic Law on the inviolability of the home is restricted, so far as it precludes these powers.
(3) the supervision authority may order that a State is eliminated, which is contrary to the provisions of this Act or of the regulations adopted on the basis of this Act, the provisions of the decision on the approval or general admission or a later date arranged Edition or from the that may arise due to the effect of ionising radiation risks to life, health, or physical goods. She may in particular specify 1 that and what protective measures are, 2. radioactive substances at a site designated by you will be stored or kept, 3. that the handling of radioactive substances, the establishment and the operation of systems which referred to paragraph 1 No. 2 in paragraphs 7 and 11 as well as dealing with plant, equipment and devices the article 11, paragraph 1 No. 3 referred to in art temporarily or , if a permission is not granted or legally revoked, permanently set.
(4) the supervisory powers under other legislation and the General powers resulting from the national provisions shall remain unaffected.
(5) paragraphs 1 to 4 shall apply mutatis mutandis for plants that are established by third parties according to § 9a, para 3, sentence 3.

§ 19a has review, evaluation and continuous improvement of nuclear facilities (1) who operates a facility for the fission of nuclear fuel for the commercial generation of electricity, perform a security review and assessment of the system and on the basis of which continuously to improve the nuclear safety of the plant. The results of the security audit and evaluation are until the date referred to in annex 4 to this Act, insofar as this is after April 27, 2002, to submit to the supervision authority. Each every ten years after the date referred to in annex 4 the results are a security review and assessment to be submitted again.
(2) the obligation to submit of the results of a security review and assessment is void, if the marketing authorisation holder to the supervisory authority and the approval authority has declared binding that he at the latest three years finally will discontinue the performance of the plant after the dates referred to in annex 4. The permission to operate of the facility expires at the time, which he named in his statement pursuant to sentence 1. Sentences 1 and 2 shall apply in the case of paragraph 1 sentence 3 according to.
(3) a person who operates an other nuclear facility referred to in § 2 paragraph 3a number 1 has all ten years perform a review and assessment of nuclear safety of each system and continuously improve nuclear safety of the plant. The results of the review and evaluation shall be provided of the supervisory authority.
(4) the reviews include checking that measures for the prevention of accidents and the mitigation of accidents are taken, including verification of physical barriers, as well as the administrative protection measures of the authorisation holder, which must fail before life, health and property would be harmed by the effects of ionising radiation according to paragraph 1 or paragraph 3. The supervisory authority may make further orders to the extent of the review and assessment by the marketing authorisation holder.

Article 20 experts In the licensing and supervisory procedures according to this law and the regulations issued on the basis of this Act can be dragged to experts from the competent authorities. section 36 of the product safety act is appropriate.

Section 21 (1) cost (fees and expenses) be raised 1. for decisions on applications according to §§ 4, 6, 7, 7a, 9, 9a and 9B.
2. for determinations pursuant to § 4 para 1 sentence 2 and § 13 para 1 sentence 2, for decisions pursuant to § 9 para 3 sentence 2, for decisions under section 17, subsection 1, sentence 3, para. 2, 3, 4 and 5, as far as according to § 18 para 2 a duty of indemnification omitted is, and for decisions pursuant to section 19 para 3;
3. for the State custody of nuclear fuels according to § 5 para 1;
4. for other acts including tests and investigations of the Federal Office for radiation protection, as far as it is responsible for section 23, and of the Luftfahrt-Bundesamt, insofar as it is responsible for section 23 b, 4a.
for decisions according to §§ 9 d up to 9 g.
5. for which under the Ordinance pursuant to paragraph 3 closer to defining other supervisory measures according to § 19;
6. for the examination of the results of the security check and assessment according to article 19a, paragraph 1, as well as for the examination of the results of the review and assessment according to § 19a paragraph 3 (1a) where 1 of the revocation or the withdrawal of an official act referred to in paragraph 1, provided that the person concerned has to represent this and not already referred to in paragraph 1 charges, 2. the rejection of an application to carry out a in paragraph 1 referred to official act for reasons other than the lack of competence because of of the Authority, 3. the withdrawal of an application for making a paragraph 1 referred to in deed after the beginning of the substantive editing, but before its completion, 4. the total or partial refusal or of withdrawal of an objection against a) in paragraph 1, act or b) one raised by paragraph 1 in connection with the pursuant to paragraph 3 adopted regulation costs are fixed costs decision. The fee may in the cases of sentence 1 No. 1, 2 and 4 letter a of the fee determined for an official act, in cases of the set of three quarters of the fee determined for the official act and in cases of the set 1 No. 4 point (b) be used firmly 1 No. 3 up to the amount up to the amount of 10 per cent of the contested contribution. No charge on applications pursuant to section 6, paragraph 2a provided on the basis of the obligation according to § 9a, for decisions.
(2) remuneration for experts are to reimburse expenses insofar as they are limited to amounts which are appropriate for examination and investigation in return for the activity of the expert, taking into account the necessary technical knowledge and special difficulties of assessment.
(3) details is governed by Decree according to the principles of the administrative costs act as amended by force until August 14, 2013. There are closer to determine the chargeable offences and to determine the fees through fixed rates, frame rates, or according to the value of the item. The tariffs are to be such that he is covered with the official acts, audits, or investigations related personnel and administrative expenses the importance, economic value or other benefits for the fees borrowers can take into account beneficial acts also adequately. Exemption from the costs of the Federal Office for radiation protection and the obligation to pay fees for the acts of certain authorities by way of derogation from § 8 of the administrative expenses Act in force until August 14, 2013 amended can be controlled in the regulation. The limitation period of the cost of debt can be extended by way of derogation from section 20 of the administrative costs act as amended by force until August 14, 2013. It can be determined that the regulation on the administrative proceedings at its entry into force is to apply as far as at that time the costs are not already set.
(4) the expenses for protective measures and medical examinations are carried out on the basis of this Act or a regulation adopted pursuant to this Act, bears, who is required by this law or by a legal regulation to be issued according to this law a permit or is obliged to display the activity at which the protection measures or the medical examination will be required.
(5) in the other, the national cost rules apply in the execution of this Act and regulations, which are adopted on the basis of § 7 para 4 sentence 3 and paragraph 5, of the Section 7a para 2 and pursuant to sections 10 to 12, by country authorities subject to paragraph 2.

§ 21a costs (fees and expenses) or fees for the use of facilities according to § 9a paragraph 3 (1) for the use of facilities according to § 9a, para 3 costs (fees and expenses) are collected by the Ablieferungspflichtigen. As expenses also compensation according to § 21 para 2 and expenses may be imposed pursuant to § 21 para 4. The General fees-legal principles about making the fee, fees creditors, charges borrowers, fees decision, advance payment, safety performance, due, late payment surcharge, deferral, crackdown, Decree, statute of limitations, reimbursement and remedies found in accordance with sections 11, 12, 13 (2), sections 14 and 16 to 22 of the administrative expenses Act in force until August 14, 2013 amended application, if not in the regulation referred to in paragraph 2 otherwise determined. In addition the national cost rules when collecting costs in execution of the law by State authorities.
(2) by a regulation can be restated the chargeable offences referred to in paragraph 1 and provided in fixed rates, or frame rates. The tariffs are to be such that they cover the in accordance with economic principles cost of ongoing management and entertainment of the facilities according to § 9a, para 3. These include also the interest rates and the depreciation of the employed capital. The depreciation is evenly to the alleged duration of use and the type of use. Made contributions pursuant to § 21B as well as services and grants third parties applied equity is ignored when the interest rate. Also scope and nature of the use are taken into account when determining fees. A basic fee may be charged to cover the investment costs for State collecting facilities in use. In calculating the costs or charges imposed on the delivery to a country collection point, the expenses incurred for the subsequent transfer to facilities of the Federal Government, as well as advance payments can be included para 2 according to § 21. You are on the ring.
(3) the State collecting facilities remitting a fee for use in lieu of costs in accordance with an acceptable use policy. There are the design principles contained in paragraph 2 to take into account in the calculation of the fee.

section 21 b posts (1) to cover the expenditure required for planning, acquiring land and rights, the plant-related research and development, exploring, the maintenance of land and facilities as well, the establishment, extension and renewal of facilities of the Federal according to § 9a, para 3 are of the one which offers an advantage due to the possibility of the use of this equipment for the orderly disposal of radioactive waste according to § 9a, para 1, sentence 1 , Contributions collected. The necessary effort includes also the value of the things provided by the assets of the holder of the plant and rights at the time of deployment.
(2) by those who submitted an application for approval a regulation issued on the basis of this Act after the articles 6, 7, or 9, or according to the provisions on the handling of radioactive substances, and for the generation of ionizing radiation, or the authorisation has been granted, advance payments may be required on the contribution, if pursuant to paragraph 1 sentence 1 has been started with the implementation of a measure.
(3) details about collection, liberation, deferment, remission and refund of contributions and advances can be regulated by Legislative Decree. The beneficiaries of the contribution, the broadcasters and the time of emergence of the obligation to contribute can be determined. The contributions are to be such that they cover the costs in accordance with economic principles referred to in paragraph 1. The contributions must be in proportion to the benefits of contributory obtained through the system. Advance payments are on contributions to refund, insofar as they exceed the contributions determined in accordance with the actual expenses with reasonable interest rates.
(4) already collected contributions or advance payments, as far as they are raised to cover incurred expenses, will not be refunded if a federal system is finally not built or operated according to § 9a, para 3, or if the contribution or installation Kit 1 not perceive the advantage referred to in paragraph 1.
Third section administrative authorities section 22 decides responsibility for transboundary movements and monitoring (1) applications for approval according to § 3 as well as the withdrawal or the revocation of authorisation granted the Federal Office of Economics and export control (BAFA). The same is true as far as you see above the requirement of permits and approvals as well as the testing of ads pursuant regulations on the basis of § 11 for cross-border shipments.
(2) the monitoring of cross-border transfers is the Federal Ministry of finance or the Customs office designated by him.
(3) as far as the Federal Office of Economics and export control (BAFA) decides on the basis of paragraph 1, then it is bound irrespective of its placement under the Federal Ministry of Economics and technology and of other legislation-based authority on the technical Directives of the Federal Ministry responsible for nuclear safety and radiation protection.

Article 23 powers of the Federal Office for radiation protection (1) the Federal Office for radiation protection is responsible for 1 State custody of nuclear fuels including the adoption of decisions according to § 5 paragraph 7, sentence 1, 2. the establishment and operation of facilities of the Federal Government to ensure the final disposal of radioactive waste and for the shaft ASSE II, the transfer of the performance of duties by the Federal Government on third parties and the supervision of third parties according to § 9a, para 3, sentence 3, as well as the supervisory authority according to § 19 Paragraph 5, 2a.
(lapsed)
3. to approve the transport of fissile materials and large sources, 4. the approval of the storage of nuclear fuel out of State custody, insofar as this is not preparing or part of an activity licensable according to § 7 or article 9 and 4a.
(lapsed)
5. the withdrawal or revocation of authorisations after the numbers 3, 4, 6 the establishment and maintenance of a register of the exposures professionally radiate exposed persons, 7 the establishment and maintenance of a register for Ethics Commission within the meaning of section 12, subsection 1, sentence 1 No. 3a, their registration and the revocation of registration 8 the discovery, creation and publishing of diagnostic reference levels , the discovery of medical radiation exposure of people and the respectively required surveys on the basis of a regulation according to § 12 para 1 sentence 1 No. 3 b, 9 the receipt and publication of information § 7 paragraph 1 c according to, 10 decisions under section 9a (2) sentence 4, 11 setting up and maintaining a register of highly radioactive sources according to Section 12d.
(2) large sources are radioactive substances, whose Aktivität exceeds per transport or shipping units of activity value of 1,000 Terabequerel No. 3 within the meaning of paragraph 1.
(3) in a legal regulation can be determined, that the Federal Office for radiation protection is responsible for 1 the authorisation for the use of radioactive materials or ionizing radiation on humans in medical research, 2. the approval of the design of systems, devices or other devices in article 11, paragraph 1 No. 3 designated type, 3.
the managing and the assignment of identification numbers for highly radioactive sources.

§ 23a jurisdiction of the Federal Administration Office for decisions is according the articles 9 to 9 g responsible the Federal Office of administration.

§ 23b responsibility of the Luftfahrt-Bundesamt the Luftfahrt-Bundesamt is responsible for monitoring the compliance with the requirements laid down in a regulation adopted on the basis of this Act for protection against radiation exposure due to cosmic rays in the operation of aircraft. Notwithstanding sentence 1 this Ministry or the departments designated by him are responsible for this surveillance aircraft, which are operated in the Division of the Ministry of defence.

section 23c jurisdiction of the Federal Network Agency is the Federal Network Agency for decisions pursuant to § 7 paragraph 1e set 1 charge.

Section 23d competence of the Federal Agency for nuclear waste management the Federal Agency for nuclear waste management is responsible for 1 the zoning and approval pursuant to § 9B and Unconfigure, 2. granting the Sary approvals and other required mining permits and permits for approval under paragraph 9 (b) for the construction, operation and decommissioning of facilities of the Federal Government to ensure and disposal according to § 9a paragraph 3 in liaison with the authorities of the respective country mountain , 3. the mountain supervision according to the paragraphs 69 to 74 of the Federal Mining Act on systems of the Federal Government to ensure and disposal according to § 9a, paragraph 3 and 4. issuing water licences or permits approval procedure pursuant to § 9B for systems of the Federal Government to ensure and disposal according to § 9a paragraph 3 in liaison with the competent water authority.
In cases where the site is set after the site selection Act by federal law, the jurisdiction of sentence 1 rules only after the final decision on the location.

Section 24 powers of national authorities (1) the remaining administrative tasks after the second section and, with legal regulations are carried out on behalf of the Federal Government through the countries. The supervision of the transport of radioactive materials in the rail and ship transport of the railways, as well as in magnetic levitation transport rests with the federal railway authority; This does not apply for the transport of radioactive materials by non State-owned railways, if the traffics exclusively via railways of these railways. Sentence 2 shall apply also for the approval of such transport, as far as jurisdiction is not given according to section 23.
(2) for provided for in paragraphs 7, 7a and 9 as well as which withdrawal and revocation are you given by the provincial governments Supreme Land authorities responsible. These authorities exercise supervision over systems according to article 7 and the use of nuclear fuel outside this. You can instruct subordinate authorities in individual cases thus. The highest land authority decides on complaints against their orders. As far as rules outside this law give other authorities oversight powers, these powers remain unaffected.
(3) for the Division of the Ministry of defence, the powers referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2 are perceived by this Ministry or the departments designated by him in consultation with the Federal Ministry responsible for nuclear safety and radiation protection. This also applies to civilian workers is held up on the basis of international agreements in the Federal Republic of Germany troops and civilian airlifted.

§ 24a transmission of information the Federal Ministry responsible for nuclear safety and radiation protection may transmit information contained in nuclear regulatory approvals of the authorities after the sections 22 to 24 (owner, legal basis, essential content), responsible for the transport of foreign trade Supreme Federal authorities to carry out their tasks for permits or monitoring of foreign trade transport. This information in individual cases is not sufficient, further information from the regulatory approval can be submitted. The recipient may use, as far as nothing else is determined by law, the information only for the purpose, to which they have been submitted.

§ 24b self assessment and international examination with the aim of continuous improvement of nuclear safety 1 leads for nuclear safety and radiation protection Federal Ministry responsible a self assessment of the legislative, law enforcement and organisational framework for the nuclear safety of nuclear installations and the relevant authoritative action by;
2. the Federal Ministry responsible for nuclear safety and radiation protection inviting international experts to an examination of matching segments of the legislative, law enforcement and organisational framework for the nuclear safety of nuclear installations and the respective participating competent authorities; the results reported the Member States of the European Union and the European Commission, the Federal Ministry responsible for nuclear safety and radiation protection as these results become available.
Pursuant to sentence 1, the measures are at least every ten years.
Fourth section liability § 25 liability for nuclear installations (1) is based on a, nuclear event resulting from a nuclear installation damage, so the provisions of this Act apply to the liability of the owner of the nuclear installation in addition to the provisions of the Paris Convention and the Joint Protocol. The Paris Convention is independent of its liability under international law for the Federal Republic of Germany national to apply, if not its rules require a reciprocity by the entry into force of the Convention.
(2) in the case of the carriage of nuclear materials including related storage of the carrier contract liability instead of the holder of a nuclear installation located within the territorial scope of this Act took over, he applies as operator of a nuclear installation from the time of the liability. The contract requires the written form. The assumption of liability is effective only if the competent authority at the request of the carrier has cleared the carriage before transport or associated storage of nuclear materials through the approval. The permit may only be issued if the carrier in the territorial scope of this act as a carrier approved or as a freight forwarder in the territorial scope of this Act has its business headquarters and the holder of the nuclear facility to the authority has declared its consent.
(3) the provisions of article 9 of the Paris Convention on the liability for damages which are based on nuclear events are immediately on acts of armed conflict by hostilities, a civil war, a revolt or an exceptional kind of natural disaster caused by the are not to apply. The damage in another State occurs, sentence 1 shall apply only as far as the other State at the time of the nuclear event in relation to the Federal Republic of Germany has ensured a control generally by type, amount and height.
(4) the operator of a nuclear installation shall be liable regardless of the location of the damage occurred. Article 2 of the Paris Convention shall not apply.
(5) the holder of a nuclear installation is not liable under the Paris Convention, unless the damage was caused by a nuclear incident, resulting from nuclear materials, which are referred to in annex 2 to this Act.

§ 25a liability for nuclear ships (1) the liability of the holder of a reactor vessel apply the corresponding provisions of this section with the following conditions: 1 the place of the provisions of the Paris Convention are the corresponding provisions of the Brussels Convention on nuclear ship (BGBl. 1975 II p. 977). This is regardless of its liability under international law for the Federal Republic of Germany national to apply, if not its rules require a reciprocity by the entry into force of the Convention.
2. the damage in another State occurs, article 31, paragraph 1 with regard to the amount exceeding the maximum amount of the Brussels Convention on nuclear ship shall be only, if the laws of that State at the time of the nuclear event applicable, generally by type, amount and height regulation of the liability of the owner of reactor vessels provides one in relation to the Federal Republic of Germany. Paragraph 1 and article 40 § 31 para 2, articles 36, 38 are not to apply.
3. paragraph 34 applies only to nuclear ships are entitled to fly the flag of the Federal. Is built or equipped with a reactor, a reactor vessel in the territorial scope of this Act for another country or people of from another State shall apply article 34 until the time in which the reactor vessel in another State is registered or acquires the right, to fly the flag of another State. The indemnity obligation resulting from article 34 is competent country to 75 per cent by the Federal Government and the rest by the approval of the reactor vessel under § 7.
4 in reactor vessels, which are not entitled to fly the Federal flag, this section applies only if nuclear damage caused within the territorial scope of this Act are entered through the reactor vessel.
5.
The courts of the State are responsible for damage claims, whose Flagge is entitled to lead the reactor vessel; also the courts for the place in the territorial scope of this Act is responsible in the cases of paragraph 4, where the nuclear damage has occurred.
(2) insofar as international treaties on liability for nuclear ships contain mandatory deviating provisions, these have precedence over the provisions of this Act.

Section 26 is liability in other cases (1) other than one person killed the radiation ionizing Convention in connection with the cases referred to in § 25 para 1 to 4 due to the effect of a nuclear fission process or the blasting of a radioactive substance, or the effect outgoing of a facility for the generation of ionizing radiation in Paris or the body or health of another injured or damaged a thing , so the owner of the substance concerned by the nuclear fission, the radioactive substance or the plant for the generation of ionizing radiation is obliged to replace the sections 27 to 30, 31 para 3, § 32 para. 1, 4 and 5 and article 33 the resulting damage after. Obligation to pay damages will not occur if the damage is caused by an event, the owner and which could avoid persons even when all due care required by the circumstances for him in connection with possession of and neither is based on an error in the nature of the guards still on a failure of their tasks.
(1a) paragraph 1 sentence 2 shall not apply to damage caused by radioactive substances, which would fall under the definitions of nuclear fuel and radioactive products or waste of this Convention application of the Paris Convention, of the Brussels Convention on nuclear ship or of the Vienna Convention in conjunction with the common protocol.
(2) paragraph 1 shall apply accordingly in cases in which a damage of the kind referred to in paragraph 1 is caused by the effect of a core Union operation.
(3) in the same way as the owner, who lost possession of the substance, without to transfer him to a person who is entitled under this Act or a regulation adopted on the basis of this Act to the possession is liable.
(4) the provisions of paragraphs 1 to 3 shall not apply, 1 when the radioactive substances or equipment generating ionising radiation to the injured by a doctor or dentist, or under the supervision of a doctor or dentist in the practice of medicine have been applied and the material used or equipment generating ionising radiation, as well as the necessary measuring instruments according to the regulations of a regulation the applicable requirements of the medical devices act, or , as far as such are missing, have complied with the current state of science and technology and the damage not due to is that the substances, equipment for generating ionising radiation or instruments not or not sufficiently are been maintained, 2. If there is a legal relationship between the owner and the injured that the danger in buying took on the basis of which this of the substance or the plant generating ionising radiation.
(5) paragraph 1 sentence 2 and paragraph 4 No. 2 do not apply to the use of radioactive substances or ionising radiation on humans in medical research. The owner of the radioactive substance or the plant for the generation of ionizing radiation denies the causal link between the application of radioactive substances or ionising radiation and damage occurred, he has to prove that there is no sufficient probability of a causal link to the State of medical science.
(6) according to the provisions of paragraphs 1 to 3, it is not liable who transported the materials for another. The replacement obligation under these regulations, as long as not the receiver has taken over the substances, the sender, without regard to whether he is owner of the materials.
(7) without prejudice to statutory regulations, according to which there called owner and the assimilated people to further extent responsible him pursuant to paragraph 3 as according to the provisions of this Act or according to which any other damage is responsible remain rate 1 within the scope of paragraph 1.

§ 27 acting with negligence of the injured person has participated in development of damage fault of the injured person, to apply section 254 of the civil code; When damage to a thing the fault is equivalent to of the person who exercises actual power over them, the negligence of the injured person.

§ 28 extent of damages for killing (1) In the case of killing is the damages by reimbursement of the costs of an attempted cure, as well as of financial disadvantage to make, has suffered by the deceased as a result that lifted during the illness his earning capacity or reduced, entered a reproduction of his needs or his progress was more difficult. The indemnifiable has also to replace one the cost of the funeral, which is the obligation to pay these costs.
(2) the deceased was at the time of the injury to a third party in a relationship, by dint of he opposite law responsible this was or could be responsible, and the right to maintenance is deprived, the third party as a result of the killing of the indemnifiable has to pay compensation to the third party as the deceased would have been obligated during the alleged period of his life to the granting of maintenance. The obligation occurs even if the third party at the time of the injury was produced, but not yet born.

§ 29 extent of damages for bodily injury (1) In the case of injury to body or health is the damages by reimbursement of the costs of healing, as well as of financial disadvantage to afford, incurred by the injured party as a result, that as a result of the injury temporarily or permanently revoked his earning capacity or reduced, entered a reproduction of his needs or his progress is very difficult.
(2) due to the damage, which is non-pecuniary damage, also cheap compensation in money may be required.

Section 30 the damages due to elimination or reduction of earning capacity due to propagating the needs or aggravation of the progress of the injured as well as the compensation to be granted a third party according to § 28 para 2 is money pension (1) to provide for the future through payment of a cash bond.
(2) the provisions of § 843 2 to 4 of the Civil Code shall apply appropriate.
(3) is recognized in the sentencing of the debtor to pay a money pension did not affect safety performance, so the person entitled may require however guarantee if the financial situation of the debtor have deteriorated significantly. under the same condition, he may require an increase of security specified in the judgment.

Article 31 liability limits (1) the liability of the holder of a nuclear installation under the Paris Convention in conjunction with article 25, paragraph 1, 2 and 4 as well as the Paris Convention and the Joint Protocol in conjunction with § 25 para 1, 2 and 4 is buzz terms unlimited. The liability of the holder on the maximum amount of State indemnity obligation is limited in the cases of § 25 paragraph 3.
(2) the damage in another State occurs, so paragraph 1 shall only and to the extent that the application, as the other State at the time of the nuclear event in relation to the Federal Republic of Germany has ensured an in paragraph 1, after the nature, extent and amount of equivalent regulation. In addition, the liability of the holder of a nuclear installation on the amount is limited damage in another State which the other State at the time of the nuclear event, including additional compensation on the basis of international agreements provides for the compensation of damages as a result of nuclear events in relation to the Federal Republic of Germany. In relation to States, on whose territory there are no nuclear plants, the Brussels Supplementary Convention is limited the liability of the holder of a nuclear installation on the ceiling.
(2a) paragraph 2 paragraph 1a shall apply also to the liability of the owner of a radioactive substance in the cases of § 26.
(3) of the Paris Convention in conjunction with article 25, paragraph 1, 2 and 4 as well as the Paris Convention and the Joint Protocol in conjunction with § 25 para 1, 2 and 4 or the after section 26 indemnifiable shall be liable in the event of property damage only up to the amount of the mean value of the damaged plus the cost of the protection against the radiation danger from her. Compensation for damage caused to the means of transport on which the nuclear materials at the time of the nuclear event were, only then to do if the satisfaction of other claims for damages in cases of paragraph 1 from the maximum amount of the State indemnification, in the cases of paragraph 2 from the maximum liability is ensured is a liability under the Paris Convention in conjunction with article 25, paragraph 1, 2 and 4.

§ 32 Statute of limitations (1) the claims justified under this section damages shall expire in three years from the date on which the replacement person entitled of the damage and of the person of the person liable knowledge gained or would need to gain without regard to over thirty years of the injurious event.
(2) in the cases of article 8 paragraph b of the Paris Convention takes the place of the thirty-year limitation period in paragraph 1 a limitation period of twenty years from theft, loss, throwing overboard or task of possession of.
(3) claims on the basis of the Paris agreement, which will be made within ten years after the nuclear event against the operator of the nuclear installation legal claims due to the death or injury of a person, take precedence over requirements imposed after this period.
(4) negotiations on the compensation to be paid, suspended between the person liable and the person entitled to compensation the limitation period shall be suspended until one or the other part denied the continuation of the negotiations.
(5) in the other, the provisions of the civil code over the Statute of limitations shall apply.

Several causes (1) section 33 are for damages, which by a nuclear incident, or in any other way due to the effect of a nuclear fission process or the blasting of a radioactive substance or ionizing radiation effect emanating from an accelerator is caused, more committed a third party law to pay damages, they, if not from article 5 paragraph d of the Paris Convention does something else are liable , the third parties as jointly and severally liable.
(2) in the cases of paragraph 1, the obligation to damages by the circumstances, hangs in the ratio of persons with each other in particular depends on to what extent the damage mainly has been caused by the one or the other part if article 5 paragraph d of the Paris Convention resulting from something else. However, you will not be obliged to pay compensation over the limits of § 31 para 1 and 2, the holder of a nuclear installation.

§ Have 34 indemnity (1) as a result of effects of a nuclear event legal obligations to pay compensation of the holder of a nuclear installation located within the territorial scope of this act according to the provisions of the Paris Convention in conjunction with § 25 para 1 to 4 as well as the Paris Convention and the Joint Protocol in conjunction with § 25 para 1 to 4 or on the basis of the law applicable to the claim a foreign country, or in the cases of § 26 par. 1a result , so the Federal Government has to indemnify the owner of the nuclear facility or the owner of radioactive waste arising from obligations to pay compensation, as far as these are not covered by financial security or cannot be met out of her. The maximum amount of the indemnity obligation amounts to 2.5 billion euros. The indemnity is limited to this maximum amount minus the amount in the amount of the resulting obligations to pay compensation are covered by the financial security and can be met out of her.
(2) is to be expected after the occurrence of a harmful event with a use of the indemnification, is the operator of the nuclear installation or the owner of a radioactive substance is obliged, 1 from the Federal Government certain Ministry notified to this, 2. to make the competent Federal Ministry of communication from compensation claims or initiated investigations immediately and to provide for the examination of the facts of the case and its legal assessment on request any information is required , 3rd in extra-judicial or judicial negotiations on the compensation claims to observe the instructions of the Federal Ministry responsible for nuclear safety and radiation protection, 4. without the consent of the Federal Ministry responsible for nuclear safety and radiation protection a damages claim to recognise or satisfy, unless he can not refuse the recognition or gratification without prevailing.
(3) in addition the §§ 83 and 87, and the rules of part 2 section 1 of the German insurance contract law with the exception of § visit § indemnification 103 and 118 apply, without having a direct right of action in the sense of § 115 of the German insurance contract law is justified against the debtor for the release.

§ 35 distribution procedure (1) is to be expected that the legal obligations to pay compensation of a damage event exceed the compensation obligations to available resources, their distribution, as well as the procedures to be observed by law, will be regulated until the adoption of such a law by Decree.
(2) on the distribution of funds to comply with legal obligations to pay compensation available, the regulation referred to in paragraph 1 may take only such rules that are required to prevent emergencies. She must ensure that the satisfaction of the entirety of all victims not by the satisfaction of individual claimant is unreasonably impaired.

section 36 (dropped out) - recourse of exemption (1) the holder of a nuclear installation or the owner of the radioactive substance is been exempted according to § 34 of obligations to pay compensation, as can section 37 against the operator of the nuclear installation or recourse be taken against the owners of radioactive substances in the amount of the services provided, as far as 1 that its resulting from § 34 ABS. 2 or 3 stemming injured; Recourse is however excluded as the violation neither had influence on the determination of the damage on the determination or the extent of services provided;
2. this or if it is a legal person, his legal representative in the execution of his tasks has caused the damage intentionally or through gross negligence;
3. the services are provided because the existing financial security not establishing official has met in size and height.
(2) against the holder of the nuclear facility or the owner of the radioactive substance recourse can be taken without the conditions referred to in paragraph 1, insofar as he is not German and has his seat of residence or permanent residence in a State of neither Contracting State of the treaties of the European communities of nor the Paris Convention of nor of the Vienna Convention in conjunction with the common protocol of or an other , is at the time of the event of in force agreement with the Federal Republic of Germany on the liability for nuclear damage.

Section 38 compensation by Federal (1) has a by a nuclear incident of injured his damage within the territorial scope of this Act and he may claim no compensation according to the law applicable to the claim of another Contracting State of the Paris Convention or of the Vienna Convention in conjunction with the common log, because 1 is entered the nuclear incident in the territory of a non-contracting party to the Paris Convention or of the Vienna Convention in conjunction with the common log , 2. the damage caused by a nuclear incident has been caused, due immediately on acts of armed conflict by hostilities, a civil war, a revolt or an exceptional kind of natural disaster, 3. liability for damage to the means of transport on which the nuclear materials at the time the occurrence of nuclear event were, does not include the applicable law, 4. a liability of the holder does not provide the applicable law , if the damage caused by the ionizing radiation of other radiation source in the core system has been created, 5. a shorter Statute of limitations or exclusion period as this law stipulates the applicable law or 6 left the funds behind the maximum amount of the State indemnity obligation to pay damages available, so the Federal Government granted up to the maximum amount of the State indemnity compensation.
(2) the Federal Government granted also up to the maximum of the State indemnity compensation, if the foreign law applicable to damage suffered within the territorial scope of this Act or the provisions of an international agreement grant claims the injured, who have left behind after the type, extent and scope of compensation considerably behind the damages which would have been awarded to the victims during implementation of this law, or if the litigation in the State , from whose territory the harmful event is assumed, is hopeless.
(3) paragraphs 1 and 2 are injured, para 1 of the basic law are not German within the meaning of article 116 and having their habitual residence not in the scope of this Act does not apply as far as the home State at the time of the nuclear event in relation to the Federal Republic of Germany has not ensured a control generally by type, amount and height.
(4) claims pursuant to paragraphs 1 and 2 are at the Federal Office of Administration to assert. You go out in three years from the time in which the decision concerning the damages on the basis of foreign or international law has become final or is evident, that the prosecution within the meaning of paragraph 2 is hopeless.

§ Are subordinated 39 exceptions by the services of the Federal Government (1) in the indemnification obligation according to § 34 and compensation according to § 38 § 15 para 1 and 2 satisfactory claims not to take into account.
(2) remuneration is according to § 29 par. 2 in the indemnity obligation according to § 34 and compensation according to § 38 only an exercise, if the compensation due to the particular gravity of the infringement to prevent a gross inequity is required.

Section 40 is responsible under the provisions of the Paris Convention lawsuits against the holder of a nuclear installation which is situated in another Contracting State (1) a court in the territorial scope of this Act for the decision on the claim for damages against the owner of a nuclear plant situated in another Contracting State of the Paris Convention, so the liability of the holder shall be governed by the provisions of this Act.
(2) by way of derogation from paragraph 1 shall be determined according to the law of the State of of contracting in which the nuclear installation is located, who is 1 as the holder, 2. whether or not extends the obligation of the owner on nuclear damage in a State which is a State not party to the Paris Convention, the liability of the holder for nuclear damage extends 3. whether or not, that are caused by the rays of an other source of radiation in a nuclear facility , 4. whether and how far extends the liability of the proprietor for damage to the means of transport on which the nuclear materials at the time of the nuclear event were, 5 up to which maximum of the holder shall be liable, 6 after which period, the claim against the owner is barred or excluded, 7 whether and to what extent a nuclear damage in the cases of laid down in article 9 of the Paris Convention will be replaced.
Fifth section fine regulations §§ 41-45 (dropped out) any person is section 46 offences (1), who transported intentionally or negligently 1 core materials, without which according to § 4 b paragraph 1 sentence 1 or 2 required financial security proven to have 2 bestrahlter plants to the production of machining or processing or for the fission of nuclear fuel or the processing nuclear fuel without which according to section 7 subsection 1 sentence 1 , in connection with paragraph 5 sentence 1, built in permission, 2a.
contrary to section 7 para 1a set 4 a meter used, 2. contrary to section 7 set 5 does not, not properly or in a timely manner on a gauge para 1a, does not, not properly or in a timely manner, not or not correctly handles or not or not correctly wait 2 c.
contrary to § 7 paragraph 1a set 7 not or not timely check the State of the measuring instrument or the quantity of electricity generated or not or not timely testing can, 2d.
contrary to section 7, paragraph 1c, sentence 1 No. 1 or 2 or sentence 2 not, incorrectly, incompletely or not in time makes a message or not, incorrectly, incompletely or not timely delivered or a result or an opinion not or not timely submit, 2e.
contrary to section 7, paragraph 1c, sentence 1 No. 3 not, incorrectly, incompletely or not in time makes a communication, 3. a determination pursuant to section 13 paragraph 1, an executable Edition according to § 17 para 1 sentence 2 or 3 or an enforceable order according to § 19 para 3 contravenes, 4. a legal regulation according to § 11 para 1, § 12 para 1 sentence 1 No. 1 to 7a , 9 to 11 or 12 or Section 12d, para 6, no. 2, or one on the basis of a legal regulation according to § 12 para 1 sentence 1 No. 13 issued executable available contravenes, as far as the legal regulation for a specific offence refers to this fine provision, 5. contrary to § 4 paragraph 5, sentence 1 the permit or contrary to § 4 paragraph 5, sentence 2 there designated certificate has not or does not show the decision or certification upon request contrary to § 4 paragraph 5, sentence 3.
(2) the offence may in the cases of paragraph 1 No. 1, 2, 2a, 2B, 2 c, 2e, 3 and 4 with a fine of up to fifty thousand euro, in the case of paragraph 1 No. 2d and 5 with a fine are punishable up to five hundred euros.
(3) managing authority within the meaning of § 36 para 1 No. 1 of the code of administrative offences is 1 the Federal export Office in the cases of paragraph 1 No. 4, insofar as no. 1 or 6 specific approval, display or any other obligation on the transboundary movement of radioactive waste or against a pad related infringements of a according to article 11, para. 1, 2. the Federal Office for radiation protection in the cases of paragraph 1 No. 2a to 2e.

sections 47 and 48 (dropped out) section 49 is confiscation an intentional offence according to article 46, paragraph 1 No. 1, 2, 3 or 4 committed been so items, 1 refers to the offence that, 2 which were used to commit or prepare, or have been determined, can be withdrawn.

sections 50 to 52 (dropped out) sixth section final provisions article 53 entry by damage from unknown causes are damage stemming from radiation radioactive substances according to the State of scientific knowledge of the exposure and the Verursacher cannot be determined, to register with the Ministry responsible for nuclear safety and radiation protection, and to examine.

§ 54 adoption of Ordinances (1) legal regulations on the basis of paragraphs 2, 9 g, 11, 12, 12, 12 c, 12d, 13, 21 para 3, § 21 para 2, § 21B paras 3 and § 23 paragraph 3 shall be adopted by the Federal Government. The same applies to legal regulations on the basis of § 10 unless exceptions are approved by the requirement of for authorisation according to § 7. The Federal Minister responsible for nuclear safety and radiation protection issue the remaining regulations provided for in this Act.
(2) the regulations require the consent of the Federal Council. This shall not apply in the case of legal regulations, which are limited to replace the physical, technical, and radiobiological values set in regulations to the §§ 11 and 12 with other values.
(3) the Federal Government onto the appropriations referred to in §§ 11 and 12 Ordinance wholly or partly the Federal Minister responsible for nuclear safety and radiation protection.

Article 55 (repeals) - section 56 the approvals granted on the basis of State law, exemptions and approvals for the construction and operation of facilities within the meaning of § 7 remain in effect permits on the basis of State law (1). The obligations assigned pursuant to § 17 para 1 are equal a permit granted under section 7, the requirements associated with them. As far as provisions on the care to be taken by the owner of the plant for the fulfillment of legal obligations to pay compensation associated with the national approval, apply those subject to paragraph 2 as a setting in the sense of § 13 para 1 (2) which is to be taken of the plant cover of the administrative authority (section 24 para 2) three months after the entry into force of the Act by the owner set. Section 13, subsection 1, sentence 2 last half sentence shall apply mutatis mutandis. An obligation determined pursuant to § 13 para 4 this effect back to the date of entry into force of this Act.

§ 57 accrued on dealing with fissile materials will find the Explosives Act and the legislation adopted on the basis of this Act, as well as national regulations in the field of explosives have application.

§ 57a reconciliation scheme on the occasion of the unification of Germany (1) for permits issued up to June 30, 1990, in the area referred to in article 3 of the Unification Treaty, permits and approvals, the following applies: approvals and permits for nuclear power plants be 1 at the end of 30 June 1995, for transport of radioactive material with expiration of 30 June 1992, as well as all other permits, licences and approvals , with the exception of permits, licences and approvals referred to in point 4, ineffective expiry of 30 June 2005, in the above authorisations, licences and approvals not a shorter time limit is set. the permits, licences and approvals with these limitations as permits according to the corresponding provisions of this Act and the regulations adopted on the basis of this Act shall continue to apply. Permission to the significant change in a plant or its operation in the sense of § 7 para 1 without prejudice to a permit pursuant to sentence 1 in this respect, as the approval relates to parts of the plant, which are not affected by the change.
2. on limited referred to in point 1 away applicable permits section 18 does not apply, if the licensee is a legal entity, on the Act the privatisation and restructuring of State-owned assets (trust law) of the German Democratic Republic from June 17, 1990 (Coll. I no. 33 p. 300) applies.
3. in conversion of legal entities under the Trust Act of the German Democratic Republic issued licences, permits and approvals with the limits referred to in point 1 shall continue to apply as far as an arrangement of continuity in the date of effect of accession have not done; the competent authority shall in due time to check whether the new owner through organizational measures and by providing factual and personal resources ensures the continuation of the construction and operation of the facility or the activity. Article 18 shall not apply.
4.
(Which permits, licences and approvals for licences a contained in the acceptance of other radioactive waste and their storage for the purpose of disposal or to the adoption of further nuclear or other radioactive material for the purpose of storage or storage) for the adoption of further radioactive waste or to their storage for the purpose of final disposal or b) to the adoption of further nuclear or other radioactive material for the purpose of storage or storage are ineffective with 27 April 2002; In addition, these authorisations, permits or approvals as approvals continue according to the provisions of this Act. Permits continuing pursuant to sentence 1 can be amended according to the provisions of this Act or orders.
(2) transportation of radioactive materials, so far, no approval needed in the area referred to in article 3 of the Unification Treaty, are subject to the approval of this law and the regulations issued on the basis of this Act from 1 July 1992.

§ immediately to close down 57 (b) operation and decommissioning of the shaft ASSE II (1) apply to the operation and decommissioning of the shaft ASSE II who for the facilities of the association according to § 9a, paragraph 3 regulations in accordance with the provisions of paragraphs 2 to 8 is (2) the shaft. B for further operation, including a return of radioactive waste and the related quality measures, until the closure needed no zoning pursuant to § 9. The closure shall be made upon return of radioactive waste. The retraction is to cancel if the implementation for the population and the workers from radiological or other safety-related reasons is not acceptable. This is particularly the case if the dose limit for section 5 of the Radiation Protection Ordinance of 20 July 2001 (BGBl. I S. 1714; 2002 I p. 1459), most recently by article 5 paragraph 7 of the Act of February 24, 2012 (BGBl. I S. 212) can be has been changed, not complied with or the mountain safety cannot be guaranteed. The return and any options for closing just under deviation from statutory requirements are possible, the shaft is to shut down ACEs II with the best after a consideration of the advantages and disadvantages of option. Before a decision to set of 4 or 6, the German Bundestag by the Federal Ministry responsible for nuclear safety and radiation protection is to inform and to give opportunity to comment if no immediate action is required by the Federal Office for radiation protection of the public. The dose limits in radiation protection regulation of 20 July 2001 (BGBl. I S. 1714; 2002 I p. 1459), most recently by article 5 paragraph 7 of the Act of February 24, 2012 (Federal Law Gazette I p. 212) changed, for the population and for the occupationally exposed persons 6 must not be exceeded without prejudice to the rules set.
(3) up to the existing force of zoning decision on the closure, this Act or the regulation of radiation protection; the handling of radioactive substances requires a permit in accordance Article 19 in conjunction with section 24 does not apply in this respect. The licensing authority may allow in a permitting procedure for the return of radioactive waste and for related measures at the request of that approval need preparatory measures already before issuing the permit begin is if a decision in favour of the applicant can be expected and is a legitimate interest of the applicant at the early beginning; the provisional authorisation can be revoked at any time, restricted or requirements. Require under this Act, the establishment and the operation of a plant or facility approval part permits can be granted upon request, if a preliminary examination results, that the conditions for authorisation in terms of the entire each proposed measure will be available and there is a legitimate interest on the approval of of part of. § 7 b this Act and § 18 of the regulation according to article 7, paragraph 4, sentence 3 find the corresponding part permits application. Admission is required, in addition to the approval according to this law, or the Radiation Protection Ordinance under other legislation the approval includes approval by this law or the Radiation Protection Ordinance, as far as requested; the decision on approval is to make in consultation with the authority under other legislation. On an application for approval pursuant to sentence 1 or set of 3 should be decided after receipt of the application and of the complete application documents immediately, at the latest within a period of six months.
(4) as far as for multiple approvals pursuant to paragraph 3 sentence 1 for the return and the related standing measures of disposal an environmental impact assessment is required under the law on environmental impact assessment procedure of environmental impact assessments can be grouped together if this is relevant.
(5) section 114 of the Radiation Protection Ordinance of 20 July 2001 (BGBl. I S. 1714; 2002 I p. 1459), most recently by article 5 paragraph 7 of the Act of February 24, 2012 (Federal Law Gazette I p. 212) is has been modified, is application. If radioactive substances which brought ASSE II, not as radioactive waste in the shaft underground in the shaft edited ASSE II, processed, stored or otherwise used, required no permit according to § 9 of this Act or section 7 of the Radiation Protection Ordinance, if 1 the activity of substances ten times the amount of the allowances of the Appendix III table 1 column 3 of the Radiation Protection Ordinance does not exceed and 2. he start editing , Processing, storage or other use of the competent approval authority before shows.
The incident planning value for the planning of Rückholungs - and decommissioning the pit ASSE II is derogation from § 117 paragraph 16 of radiation protection regulation up to the entry into force of general regulations on accident prevention after in some cases to set section 50, paragraph 4, of the Radiation Protection Ordinance by the licensing authority.
(6) the Federal Government the costs for the continued operation and decommissioning.
(7) the granting of authorisations for the receipt of radioactive waste and their storage is inadmissible.
(8) the Federal Office for radiation protection is within its competence pursuant to § 23 paragraph 1 number 2 for the empowered shaft ASSE II measures of preparedness in the sense of article 19, paragraph 3; Permits under this Act or the regulations adopted on the basis of this Act are not required in this respect.
(9) to the comprehensive information of the public, who are the shaft on an Internet platform ASSE II essential documents according to section 10 of the environmental information act of 22 December 2004 (Federal Law Gazette I p. 3704) spread. Include essential documents including directives, recommendations and regulations.
(10) article 24 paragraph 2 in the version applicable up to the entry into force of this Act applies to the shaft ASSE II continued. Section 23d does not apply.

Article 58 transitional provisions (1) § 4 par. 2 No. 7, Article 9a paragraph 2 sentence 3 to 5 and § 19a shall not apply to plants that are no longer used on 27 April 2002. Article 9a, paragraph 2, sentence 3 does not apply to systems that have adequate interim storage facilities at the site, which are approved according to § 6 and § 7, on April 27, 2002.
(2) para 2 and 3 does not apply to nuclear fuel, which already State-held on 27 April 2002, has been their Ablieferung announced in writing prior to May 1, 2001 by research institutions recognised as being charitable to the competent authority or its taking over contract before May 1, 2001 § 5. § 5 para 2 and 3 from 1 January 2003 shall apply to nuclear fuel from research institutions recognised charity.
(3) § No. 4a in the force until April 26, 2002 version are 7 c and § 23 paragraph 1 continue to apply to the administrative proceedings at this time.
(4) § 21 ABS. 1a is also pending on May 11, 2000 administrative procedures to apply, as far as at that time, the cost is not already set.
(5) section is 12B in the version applicable up to 31 December 2009 on at this time pending administrative procedures continue to apply.
(6) sentence 1 does not apply to the repository Schacht Konrad Section 23d and the grant of consent to the commissioning by the nuclear inspectors Article 24 paragraph 2 in the version applicable up to the entry into force of this law shall apply to the granting of consent to the commissioning by the nuclear regulatory.
(7) article 24 paragraph 2 as amended by force until July 26, 2013 is the pending at this time management procedure for the decommissioning of the repository for radioactive waste Morsleben and the enforceability of the zoning decision on required by this time administrative procedures for amending the continuous approval by April 22, 1986 continue to apply; Section 23d, sentence 1, number 2-4 shall not apply to the enforceability of the Stilllegungsplanfeststellungsbeschlusses.

section 58a of the transitional provision for environmental impact assessment § 2a is applicable only to projects to which the Act on environmental impact assessment in the version in force on 3 August 2001 shall apply.

Section 59 (entry into force)-
Appendix 1 definitions according to § 2 para 4 sites of the original text: Federal Law Gazette I 1985, 1583;
regarding the details of the changes see footnote (1) the terms mean: 1 "nuclear incident": each event causing damage or any number of such subsequent events of the same origin, if the event or series of events or the damage from the radioactive properties or a combination of radioactive properties with toxic, explosive or other hazardous properties of nuclear fuel or radioactive products or waste or the radiation ionizing outgoing from another radiation source within the nuclear plant stems or resulting results;
2. "Nuclear installation": reactors, except those that are part of a means of transport; Factories for the manufacture or processing of nuclear substances, factories for the separation of isotopes of nuclear fuel, factories for the reprocessing of irradiated nuclear fuel; Equipment for the final disposal of nuclear substances; Facilities for the storage of nuclear materials, other than the storage of such materials during transport; a nuclear facility may also consist of two or more nuclear installations of one holder, located on the same site, along with other equipment on this site where radioactive materials are located.
3. "Nuclear fuel": fissionable materials in the form of uranium metal, alloy or chemical connection (including natural uranium), plutonium metal, alloy or chemical connection;
4. "Radioactive products or waste". (radioactive materials be manufactured this or made radioactive, that they are exposed to a radiation associated with the operation of the production or use of nuclear fuel, except a) nuclear fuel, b) radio-isotopes outside a nuclear facility, which have reached the final stage of production so that they can be used for industrial, commercial, agricultural, medical, scientific purposes or for the purpose of training
5. "Nuclear materials": nuclear fuels (except natural and depleted uranium) and radioactive products and waste;
6 "Operator of a nuclear installation": one which is referred to as the holder of such or viewed by the competent authority.
(2) special drawing rights in the meaning of this law are special drawing rights of the International Monetary Fund (BGBl. 1978 II p. 13), as he uses them for its own operations and transactions.

Appendix 2 liability and coverage limits site of the original text: Federal Law Gazette I 1985, 1583 § 4 para 3, § 4 b (2) and § 25 paragraph 5 capture contain not more than 350 gram uranium 235 nuclear fuel or nuclear materials, their activity or volume 1 in the individual transport or shipping piece or 2 in the single operation or independent branch operation, not traders in the place of the pursuit of the business of the applicant does not exceed the 10(hoch)5fache of the allowance and in enriched uranium. Allowance is the activity or quantity, up to an approval or ad is not required for handling according to this Act or a regulation based.

Annex 3 (§ 7 paragraph 1a) electricity volumes pursuant to § 7 paragraph 1a (site: BGBl. I 2010, 1815; regarding individual changes cf. footnote) plant electricity volumes from 1.1.2000 (TWh net) start of commercial operation of power Obrigheim 8.70 1 4.1969 Stade 23,18 19 5.1972 Biblis A 62.00 26 2.1975 Neckarwestheim 1 57.35 1.12.1976 Biblis B 81,46 31 1.1977 Brunsbüttel 47,67 9 2.1977 ISAR 1 78,35 21 3.1979 Unterweser 117,98 6 9.1979 Philippsburg 1 87,14 26 3.1980 Grafenrheinfeld 150,03 17 6.1982 Krümmel 158,22 28 3.1984 Gundremmingen B 160,92 19 7.1984 Philippsburg 2 198,61 18 4.1985 Grohnde 200,90 1 2.1985 Gundremmingen C 168,35 18 1.1985 Brokdorf 217,88 22.12.1986 ISAR 2 231,21 9 4.1988 Emsland 230,07 20 6.1988 Neckarwestheim 2 236,04 15 4.1989 sum 2516,06 Mülheim Kärlich *) 107,25 total 2623,31 *) for the nuclear power station Mülheim Kärlich listed electricity quantity of 107,25 TWh can be transferred to nuclear power plants ISAR 2, Brokdorf, Emsland, Neckarwestheim 2 and Gundremmingen B and C.

Appendix 4 security check according to article 19a, paragraph 1 site of the original text: BGBl. I 2002, 1357 plant date Obrigheim 31.12.1998 Stade 31.12.2000 Biblis A 31.12.2001 Biblis B 31.12.2000 Neckarwestheim 1 31.12.2007 Brunsbüttel 30 6.2001 ISAR 1 31.12.2004 Unterweser 31.12.2001 Philippsburg 1 31 8.2005 Grafenrheinfeld 31.10.2008 Krümmel of 30 6.2008 Gundremmingen B/C 31.12.2007 Grohnde 31.12.2000 Philippsburg 2 31.10.2008 Brokdorf 31.10.2006 ISAR 2 31.12.2009 Emsland 31.12.2009 Neckarwestheim 2 31.12.2009