Law To The Convention Of 29 July 1960 On The Third Party Liability In The Field Of Nuclear Energy In Addition To Supplementary Agreements, The Convention Of 25 May 1962 On The Liability Of The Owner Of Reactor Vessels In Addition To Zusatzprotoko...

Original Language Title: Gesetz zu dem Übereinkommen vom 29. Juli 1960 über die Haftung gegenüber Dritten auf dem Gebiet der Kernenergie nebst Zusatzvereinbarungen, zu dem Übereinkommen vom 25. Mai 1962 über die Haftung der Inhaber von Reaktorschiffen nebst Zusatzprotoko...

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Law to the Convention of 29 July 1960 on the third party liability in the field of nuclear energy in addition to supplementary agreements, the Convention of 25 May 1962 on the liability of the owner of reactor vessels in addition to additional protocol and to the Convention of 17 December 1971 on civil liability in case of nuclear material at sea (law on the Paris and Brussels Atomhaftungs Convention) AtHaftÜbkG Ausfertigung date : 08.07.1975 full quotation: "Act on the Paris and Brussels Atomhaftungs Convention of 8 July 1975 (BGBl. 1975 II p. 957), most recently by article 30 of the law of September 9, 2001 (BGBl. I S. 2331) is changed" stand: last amended by article 30 G v. 9.9.2001 I 2331 for more information on the stand number you see in the menu see remarks footnote (+++ text detection from validity: 14.6.1980 +++) type 1 the following Convention will be approved : Convention on the liability of third parties in the field of nuclear energy (Paris Convention) signed in Paris on 29 July 1960 from the Federal Republic of Germany 1, Convention of 25 May 1962 on the liability of the owner of reactor vessels (Brussels nuclear ship Convention) as well as the corresponding additional protocol of the same date signed in Brussels on 25 October 1974 by the Federal Republic of Germany 2., Supplementary Convention to the Paris Convention of 29 July signed in Brussels on 31 January 1963 by the Federal Republic of Germany 3. in 1960 on the third party liability in the field of nuclear energy (Brussels Supplementary Convention), 4 signed additional protocol to the Convention of 29 July 1960 on the liability to third parties in the field of nuclear energy in Paris on January 28, 1964, by the Federal Republic of Germany, 5 signed Germany in Paris on 28 January 1964 the Federal Republic additional protocol to the Supplementary Convention of 31 January 1963 to the Paris Convention of 29 July 1960 on the liability to third parties in the field of nuclear energy and in Brussels on December 17, 1971 by the Federal Republic of Germany Convention on civil liability for the carriage of nuclear material at sea (Brussels nuclear material maritime transport Convention) signed 6 which.
The Convention will be published below.

Type 1a conversion in article III paragraph 4 sentence 1 of the Convention of 25 May 1962 on the liability of owners of reactor vessels listed unit of account in the values of 65 1/2 milligrams of gold of 900/1,000 millesimal fineness in euro is about the special drawing right of the International Monetary Fund made with fifteen units correspond to a special drawing right. The value of the euro, expressed in SDRs is determined according to the method of calculation applied by the International Monetary Fund for its operations and transactions.

Type 2 the Federal Government is authorized to promote reactor shipping by a regulation to enforce international agreements that waters and ports by nuclear ships, which entitles use are foreign, to fly the Federal flag, or regulate the use of waters and ports of the Federal Republic of Germany by reactor vessels flying foreign flags and fulfil the following conditions: 1. the safety regulations need the rules of Chapter VIII of the International Convention of 1960 on the protection of human life at sea and the recommendations Appendix C of the final act of the International Conference of 1960 to the safety of life at sea (Bundesgesetzbl. 1965 II S. 465, 480) in the amended content match.
2. the liability provisions article I no. 4 to 8, articles II, III, par. 2, article IV, V para 1 sentence 1 and paragraph 2 to 4, article VIII, X para 4 of the Brussels Convention on nuclear ship content comply with paragraphs 1 and 2, and article XI and a limitation of liability be provided for each nuclear event, which corresponds to at least the amount referred to in article III, paragraphs 1 and 4 of this Convention and shall not exceed 500 million euros.
3. the application of national or international law concerning the limitation of shipowners liability on liability under the agreement must be excluded.

Type 3 this Act applies also in the Federal State of Berlin unless the Land Berlin determines the application of this Act. Regulations, which are adopted on the basis of this Act, apply in the Federal State of Berlin according to § 14 of the third of transfer Act of January 4, 1952 (Bundesgesetzbl. I P. 1).

Type 4 (1) this Act enters into force on the day after its promulgation.
(2) the days on which the Paris Convention as well as additional Protocol pursuant to its article 19, the Brussels nuclear ship Convention and additional Protocol pursuant to its Article XXIV, the Brussels Supplementary Convention and additional Protocol pursuant to its article enter into force 20 and the Brussels nuclear shipping Convention pursuant to its article 6 for the Federal Republic of Germany, are to announce in the Federal Law Gazette.
(3) the Federal Minister of the Interior is authorized to disclose the Paris Convention and the Brussels Supplementary Convention each as amended by the additional protocols.