Cost Of Regulation To The Atomic Energy Act

Original Language Title: Kostenverordnung zum Atomgesetz

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Atomic Energy Act (AtKostV)

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AtKostV

Date of delivery: 17.12.1981

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" Costing of costs on the Atomic Energy Act of 17 December 1981. December 1981 (BGBl. 1457), as last amended by Article 2 (96) of the Law of 7. August 2013 (BGBl. I p. 3154) "

:Last modified by Art. 2 para. 96 G v. 7.8.2013 I 3154

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Based on Section 21 (3) in conjunction with § 54 of the Atomic Energy Act, as amended by the 31. October 1976 (BGBl. 3053), as last amended by the Act of 20. August 1980 (BGBl. 1556), the Federal Government, with the consent of the Federal Council, decrees: unofficial contents of the table of contents

§ 1 Scope of application

Die pursuant to § § 23, 23a, 23b, 23d and 24 of the Atomic Energy Act impose costs (fees and expenses) in accordance with § 21 of the Atomic Energy Act and pursuant to this Regulation. In addition, the provisions of the Administrative Cost Act shall apply in the up to 14 years. August 2013. Non-official table of contents

§ 2 Fee of Fees

The fee is
1.
for decisions on applications for the establishment and operation of an installation according to § 7 of the Atomic Energy Act to
a)
The splitting of nuclear fuels 2 of the thousand of the cost of the erection,
b)
Production or processing or processing of nuclear fuel 4 of the thousand of the cost of the installation,
c)
Work-up irradiated nuclear fuel 0.3 to 1.7 percent of the cost of the building;
2.
for decisions on applications for other authorisations pursuant to § 7 of the Atomic Energy Act and applications pursuant to § 7a of the Atomic Energy Act 500 to one million euros;
3.
for decisions on applications pursuant to § 9 of the Atomic Energy Act 50 to 100,000 euros;
4.
for committing after § 4b (1) sentence 2 of the Atomic Energy Act and Section 13 (1) sentence 2 of the Atomic Energy Act, for decisions pursuant to Section 9b (3) sentence 2 of the Atomic Energy Act, for decisions pursuant to Section 17 (1) sentence 3, para. 2 to 5 of the Atomic Energy Act, insofar as according to § 18 (2) of the Atomic Energy Act a duty to pay compensation is not given, and for decisions pursuant to § 19 (3) of the Atomic Energy Act 25 to 10,000 euros;
5.
for decisions on applications pursuant to § 6 of the Atomic law of 50 to 2.5 million euros;
6.
for decisions on applications pursuant to § § 4 and 9a (2) sentence 4 of the Atomic Energy Act and other official acts including examinations and examinations of the Federal Office for Radiation Protection, insofar as it is competent pursuant to Section 23 (1) of the Atomic Energy Act, or pursuant to a regulation pursuant to Section 23 (3) of the Atomic Energy Act, and for other acts including Examinations and examinations of the Federal Aviation Office, as far as it is responsible according to § 23b of the Atomic Energy Act, 50 to 2 million euros;
7.
for planning decisions in accordance with Section 9b of the Atomic Energy Act, 1.5 to 2 of the hundred of the costs of erection.
In the cases of the 1 (1) (1) and (7) sentences, a partial authorisation may be granted, respectively. a partial plan determination decision for a pro-rata fee, based on the cost of the Partial direction. Non-official table of contents

§ 3 Fee measurement

(1) The costs of the construction are the expenses of the applicant for the under the Atomic Energy Act. Plant parts in need of approval.(2) expenses for the basic acquisition, development and preliminary planning do not belong to the costs of erection. unofficial table of contents

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§ 5 Costs of supervision

(1) For measures taken by the state supervision pursuant to § 19 of the Atomic Energy Act, costs are levied on the following facts:
1.
At installations according to § 7 of the Atomic Energy Act and activities in accordance with § § 6 and 9 of the Atomic Energy Act, measurements and Investigations on monitoring
a)
of the discharge and dispersal of radioactive substances
b)
the operational state of
c)
the radioactivity in the environment , including meteorological propagation conditions
, by means of authority commissioned by the authorities or by the authorities ' own monitoring bodies; the obligation to charge shall also cover the transmission and evaluation of measuring and/or measurement data. Investigation results;
2.
Examination of changes in equipment not requiring approval pursuant to § 7 of the Atomic Energy Act or of activities according to § § 4, 6 and 9 of the German Atomic Energy Act (§ § 4) Atomic law;
3.
Measures of the supervisory authority on the basis of safety-related significant deviations from the intended operation of plants according to § 7 of the Atomic law or in the case of activities according to § § 4, 6 and 9 of the Atomic Energy Act;
3a.
Examination of the results of the security screening according to § 19a of the German Atomic Energy Act Atomic law;
4.
Periodic inspections of plants according to § 7 of the Atomic Energy Act or of activities according to § § 6 and 9 of the Atomic Energy Act;
5.
Other inspections and controls of plants according to § 7 of the Atomic Energy Act and of activities according to § § 4, 6 and 9 of the Atomic Energy Act, insofar as the execution of experts ,
6.
Review according to § 12b of the Atomic Energy Act concerning the reliability of persons who are involved in the establishment and operation of plants pursuant to § 7 of the German Atomic Energy Act (NPT) Nuclear law or in the case of activities according to § § 4, 6 and 9 of the Atomic Energy Act;
7.
Monitoring of compliance with § 103 in conjunction with § § 93 and 94 of the German Atomic Energy Act (§ § 93) of the German Atomic Energy Act (§ § 103) of Radiation protection regulation requirements for the protection of flying personnel from exposure to cosmic radiation.
(2) The fee is 25 to 500,000 euros, in the case of verifications within the meaning of paragraph 1 (6) for each of the verified Person 25 to 500 Euro.(3) The fee obligation shall be charged with the termination of the chargeable official act, in the case of paragraph 1, point 1, at the end of a month in which measurements and investigations have been carried out. In the case of regular official acts, deductions may be levied by way of derogation from the first sentence, which are to be offset in the case of the subsequent fee fixing.(4) For the repayment of multiple similar acts in accordance with paragraph 1 (1) (1) to (7), flat-rate charges may be fixed. Non-official table of contents

§ 5a Cost of State custody

(1) The fee for the state safekeeping of nuclear fuel according to § 5 of the Nuclear law is
1.
for nuclear fuel that is not delivered in a condition or container , which allows for permanently safe and largely maintenance-free safekeeping, for each month started 100 to 7,500 euros,
2.
for nuclear fuel, which have been delivered in a condition or container which allows for permanently safe and largely maintenance-free safekeeping, for each month started, 100 to 3,000 euros,
per square metre of the area used for the storage of the The nuclear fuel of a supplier is used. The area taken up in each individual case shall be taken into account, taking into account the packaging of the container in which the stored nuclear fuels are located, and on account of any damage which may be required to prevent damage. security clearance; it is to be rounded up to full square decimetres. The fee to be charged by the individual supplier shall be calculated on the basis of the ratio of the area in question to the total area reserved for the state storage.(2) If nuclear fuel or nuclear fuel tanks are stored in stacked form, the fuel or container not stored on the ground shall be deemed to be the area which would be required if the fuel or container is not in use on the ground. Nuclear fuels or containers would be stored on the ground. Where nuclear fuel delivered by different suppliers is kept together in a container, the fee to be charged by the individual supplier shall be proportional to the ratio of the volume of the raw materials used to the volume of the goods to be used for the storage of the raw materials. of the entire container.(3) In the case of nuclear fuel referred to in the first sentence of paragraph 1, the fee to be charged shall be determined by including the amount of property and personnel costs for the manufacture of a permanently safe and largely maintenance-free state of the nuclear fuel has been created.(4) The fee obligation shall be incurred at the end of the year, provided that the safekeeping continues beyond the current calendar year, incidentally, with the termination of the safekeeping. In so far as the expenditure incurred in the course of a year is based on costs which are foreseeable throughout the year in a fixed amount, charges may be levied at the end of each month to cover this effort. Non-official table of contents

§ 6 Liberation and Discount

(1) The collection of a fee may be waiver, in whole or in part, if this is done in the An individual case may be provided for reasons of public interest or equity.(2) By way of derogation from Section 8 (1) (1) of the Administrative Covenant Act (Verwaltungskostengesetz) in der bis zum 14. The Federal Office for Radiation Protection is not exempt from payment of the fees pursuant to § 2 sentence 1 no. 7 of August 2013. unofficial table of contents

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§ 8 Statute of limitations

The right to payment of costs shall be barred in three years after the announcement of the cost decision, at the latest with the expiry of the thirtieth year after the date of creation. Non-official table of contents

§ 9 Transitional rules

(1) This Regulation is also applicable to the administrative procedures pending before the entry into force of the Regulation where the costs are not already fixed at this point in time.(2) The provisions of the Second Regulation amending the Costing Regulation on the Atomic Energy Act of 15 June 2008. December 2004 (BGBl. 3463), amended rules are also applicable to those on 21 December 2008. The Council and the Council of the European Union shall apply the administrative procedures pending in December 2004 to the extent that the costs are not already fixed at that Non-official table of contents

§ 10 Berlin clause

This regulation applies in accordance with Section 14 of the Third Transfer Act in conjunction with Section 58 of the German Code of Transfers. Nuclear law also in the state of Berlin. Non-official table of contents

§ 11 Entry into force

(1) This Regulation shall enter into force, with the exception of Section 7 (2), on the day after the announcement.(2) The entry into force of Section 7 (2) shall be determined in the Regulation in accordance with Section 21b of the Atomic Energy Act.