Law on the Convention of 29. July 1960 on the liability to third parties in the field of nuclear energy, together with additional agreements, to the Convention of 25. May 1962 on the liability of the holders of reactor vessels and the Additional Protocol and to the Convention of 17 May 1962. December 1971 on civil liability in respect of the transport of nuclear material at sea (Paris and Brussels Convention)Non-official Table of Contents
Date of delivery: 08.07.1975
" Act on the Paris and Brussels Nuclear Detention Agreements of 8 July 1975. July 1975 (BGBl. 957), which was last amended by Article 30 of the Law of 9. September 2001 (BGBl. I p. 2331) has been changed "
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The following convention is approved:
- Dem in Paris am 29. July 1960 Convention on Third Party Liability in the Field of Nuclear Energy, signed by the Federal Republic of Germany (Paris Convention),
- in Brussels on 25 January The Convention of 25 October 1974, signed by the Federal Republic of Germany, May 1962 on the liability of the holders of reactor vessels (Brussels Reactor Convention) and the associated Additional Protocol of the same day,
- in Brussels at 31. The Agreement on the Paris Convention of 29 January 1963, signed by the Federal Republic of Germany, July 1960 on liability to third parties in the field of nuclear energy (Brussels Supplemental Agreement),
- to be held in Paris on 28 June 2007. The Additional Protocol to the Convention of 29 January 1964 was signed by the Federal Republic of Germany. July 1960 on liability to third parties in the field of nuclear energy,
- to the Paris on 28. The Additional Protocol to the Supplemental Agreement of 31 January 1964 signed by the Federal Republic of Germany 1 January 1963 on the Paris Convention of 29 January 1963. July 1960 on liability to third parties in the field of nuclear energy and
- in Brussels on 17 June 2007. The Convention on Civil Liability for the Carriage of Nuclear Material at Sea (Brussels Nuclear Material-Seetransport Convention) was signed by the Federal Republic of Germany in December 1971.
The Conventions are hereinafter referred to as 'the Convention'. published. Non-official table of contents
The conversion of the first sentence of Article III (4) of the Convention of 25 June 1990 to the Convention of 25 June 1990. May 1962, on the liability of the holders of reactor vessels, in the value of 65 1/2 milligrams of gold of 900/1.000 fine in euro, shall be made through the Special Drawing Right of the International Monetary Fund, with fifteen Value units correspond to a special drawing right. The value of the euro, expressed in special drawing rights, shall be determined by the method of calculation used by the International Monetary Fund for its operations and transactions. Non-official table of contents
The federal government is authorized to promote the reactor ship by means of a legal regulation to enter into force agreements which allow the use of foreign waters and ports by reactor vessels entitled to fly the flag of the Federal Republic of Germany or the use of waters and ports of the Federal Republic of Germany by reactor vessels under foreign flag, and meet the following requirements:
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- The Safety provisions must be adopted in accordance with the rules laid down in Chapter VIII of the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea of 1960 and the recommendations of Annex C to the Final Act of the International Conference of 1960 Protection of human life at sea (Bundesgesetzbl. 465 and 480), as amended, in the relevant version.
- The provisions of the liability law must be subject to the provisions of Article I (4) to (8), Article II, Section III (III). 2, Article IV, V (1), first sentence, and (2) to (4), Article VIII, X (1) and (2) and Article XI (4) of the Brussels Reactor Convention are in substance and provide for a limitation of liability for each nuclear event, which shall at least be the amount referred to in Article III (1) and (4) of this Convention shall be equal to or greater than EUR 500 million.
- The application of the national or International law on the limitation of the liability of the shipping company to the liability under the agreement must be excluded.
This law is also applicable in the Land of Berlin, provided that the Land Berlin determines the application of this law. Legal orders issued pursuant to this Act shall apply in the Land of Berlin in accordance with Section 14 of the Third Transfer Act of 4. January 1952 (Bundesgesetzbl. I p. 1). Non-official table of contents
(1) This law enters into force on the day after it is announced.(2) The days on which the Paris Convention, together with the Additional Protocol referred to in Article 19 thereof, the Brussels Reactor Convention, and the Additional Protocol referred to in Article XXIV thereof, the Brussels Supplemental Agreement, together with the Additional Protocol, shall be adopted in accordance with the provisions of Article XXIV of the Convention. Article 20 and the Brussels Nuclear Material-Seetransport Convention shall enter into force for the Federal Republic of Germany in accordance with its Article 6, shall be published in the Federal Law Gazette.(3) The Federal Minister of the Interior is hereby authorized to make known the Paris Convention and the Brussels Supplemental Convention as amended by the Additional Protocols.