Regulation On The Determination Of Income For The Federal

Original Language Title: Verordnung über die Einkommensfeststellung nach dem Bundesversorgungsgesetz

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Income determination regulation according to the Federal Pensions Act (Compensatory Pension Ordinance-AusglV)

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AusglV

Date of expulatory: 11.01.1961

Full quote:

" Ordinance of compensatory ents in the version of the Notice of 1. July 1975 (BGBl. I p. 1769), most recently by Article 38 of the Law of 20. December 2011 (BGBl. I p. 2854) "

:Recaught by Bek. v. 1.7.1975 I 1769,
last modified by Art. 38 G v. 20.12.2011 I 2854

For details, see the Notes

Footnote

(+ + + TextProof validity: 1) menu. 1.1979 + + +)

(+ + + measures due to EinigVtr no longer apply gem. Art. 109 No. 3
Buchst. i DBuchst. mm G v. 8.12.2010 I 1864 mWv 15.12.2010 + + +)

Heading: IdF d. Art. 1 No. 1 V v. 20.12.1988 I 2451 mWv 1.1.1987

First Section
Heavy Damaged

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§ 1 Income

(1) Income, which must be taken into account when determining the compensation pension, are all income in money or value of money, regardless of their source and legal nature, unless that Federal Supply Act, this Regulation or other legislation prescribe that certain income shall not be taken into account in the determination of the compensation pension. It does not matter whether they are subject to tax liability or whether they are taken into account in the assessment of another benefit.(2) The income shall be equal to claims in respect of benefits in money or in the value of money as well as entitlements which may be raised by the lodging of an application for such a claim; this shall not apply insofar as they are not to be realised or are not to be obtained from: Ignorance or not being asserted or not being asserted for any reason. If the severely damaged person has no reason for an agreement on assets in such a way as to reduce his income to be taken into account in determining the compensatory pension, his compensatory pension shall be established in such a way as to: he wouldn't have made the disposal.(3) Income from current gainful employment (Section 33 (1) and (2) of the Federal Supply Act) are also income which, according to the provisions of the income tax law, is the type of arrival listed in § 33 (2) of the Federal Supply Act In the case of bankruptcy allowance (insolvency allowance) in accordance with the Third Book of the Social Code, the gross income which underlies the calculation of this benefit shall be considered as income from present employment. The remaining income within the meaning of Section 33 (1) of the Federal Law of Supply (Bundespensions Act) includes in particular
1.
Home and Property Income,
2.
Capital Revenue Income,
3.
Pensions from statutory pension insurance and statutory accident insurance,
4.
the Old-age pension, retirement pension, a pension for death and land allowance under the old-age pension scheme of farmers, as well as the production costs and the compensation under the law to promote the employment of the farmers of agricultural activity,
5.
Waives, pensions, widows and orphans ' funds and other benefits and benefits from previous Services,
6.
Voluntary services, with regard to an earlier service or employment relationship or a former self-employed professional activity or as a additional services provided by a professional organisation,
7.
Money and one-off services from private Insurance contracts,
8.
Services on the basis of maintenance claims, insofar as they are to be taken into account when determining the compensation pension,
9.
Altenteilsleistungen, Leibrenten,
10.
Transitional allowance, maintenance allowance, unemployment benefit, and
() The income referred to in the first and second sentences of paragraph 3 shall be determined separately according to the types of arrival of Section 2 (1) of the Income Tax Law. Deductions shall be admissible only in so far as this is intended in this Regulation or in other legislation. A loss compensation between individual types of arrival is not to be carried out. Unofficial table of contents

§ 2 Unaccounted for revenue

(1) If the compensation pension is established, disregard of the
1.
Benefits for livelihood according to the Second Book of Social Security, Social Assistance, and similar benefits from public funds, the grant or amount of which is influenced by the compensatory pension, the free welfare benefits and the voluntary provision of welfare services by professional organisations which do not apply to Contributions are based,
2.
Benefits that are used to pay a special effort for helplessness due to physical, mental or mental disability (e.g. 3.
3.
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4.
Benefits under the Burden Balancing Act and the Reparation Damage Act; to These benefits shall also include interest-rate surcharges other than interest from an indemnity invested as capital assets,
5.
(omitted)
6.
Wintergeld according to § 102 (1) to 3 of the Third Book of the Social Code,
7.
Services which are available for For this reason, a special effort is determined, and for this reason they are not subject to pay tax,
8.
Child subsidies, children's allowances, children's surcharges, child allowances and similar benefits paid to children and the special amount for children under § 8 of the Law on the Granting of an Annual Special Application, as amended by Article VI (2) of the Second Law on Unification and New Regulation of the law in the federal and state governments of the 23. May 1975 (BGBl. 1173), as last amended by § 33 of the Law of 6. December 1985 (BGBl. 2154), or equivalent national or collective legislation, with the exception of amounts which increase hourly earnings, local surcharges, sickness and unemployment benefits, and similar income, with regard to children, and in the case of workers of social surcharge in the sense of collective agreements in force in the public service,
9.
Benefits under the Bundesentschädigungsgesetz including the Under § 228, further compensation law provisions, provided that they are credited in accordance with the Federal Supply Act,
10.
Services according to the Federal Supply Act, the third part of the SoldatenSupply Act and the other laws which declare the Federal Supply Act applicable, with Exception to the pension scheme in accordance with § § 16ff., the transitional money according to § 26a and the replacement for lost employment according to § 24 paragraph 2 (a) and (3) of the Federal Law of Supply,
11.
the deductions from the statutory accident insurance and the difference between a supply according to general civil service regulations and the civil servants ' legal regulations Accident prevention, if they result in a rest pursuant to Section 65 (1) of the Federal Law of Supply,
12.
Benefits, reimbursements and the costs to be incurred Subsidies from public and private health insurance funds, as well as by institutions of statutory pension insurance, statutory accident insurance and old-age assistance for farmers, as well as services of this kind on the basis of official and sole-legal services Rules,
13.
Aid and assistance paid under the law of public bodies, institutions and foundations of public law ,
14.
(omitted)
15.
Services of the institutions of the legal Pension insurance in accordance with § 258 of the Fifth Book of the Social Code and the provisions of the Sixth Book of the Social Code on the grant of health insurance and care insurance, grants pursuant to § 4 (3), § 59 (3) and § 60 (1) of the German Social Code Second law on the health insurance of farmers as well as grants from the employer or the Federal Employment Agency for the sickness insurance contribution according to § 257 of the Fifth Book of Social Code or § 174 of the Third Book of the Social Code and contribution grants pursuant to § 61 of the Eleventh Book of the Social Code,
16.
Bergmann premiums in accordance with the Act on Bergmann Premiums in the version of the 12. May 1969 (BGBl. 434), as last amended by the Law of 7. May 1980 (BGBl. 532),
17.
Christmas and New Year's gratification up to the amount of 307 euros, marriage and birth allowances, anniversary gifts and similar one-time benefits the employer of special offer,
18.
operating advantages (e.g., free milk, free tobacco, free beer, free or reduced meals in operation, Food stamps), to the extent that they remain non-taxable,
19.
Services based on maintenance claims and voluntary maintenance benefits, to the extent that nothing in this Regulation , as well as income from the child's capacity in accordance with § 1649 of the Civil Code,
20.
Benefits under the Maintenance Assurance Act and the Maintenance subsistence law, provided that they are replaced by maintenance services which are not to be taken into account when determining compensation pensions,
21.
Transitional aid in accordance with § § 12 and 13 of the SoldatenSupply Act as well as transitional aid in accordance with § 13 of the Federal Police Officials Act as amended by Article 1 of the Act on the staff structure of the Federal Border Guard of 3. June 1976 (BGBl. 1357), as amended by Section 94 of the Staff Regulations of Officials of 24. August 1976 (BGBl. 2485), in conjunction with Section 18 of the Federal Police Officials Act (Bundespolictengesetz) in the up to the 30. June 1976,
22.
Scholarships from public funds for the promotion of pupils at higher schools and of students at academic institutions of higher education, other higher education institutions and higher technical colleges, as well as scholarships granted for the same purpose from foundations or other funding bodies, if their grant or amount is affected by the equalisation pension,
23.
Housing money according to the Housing Money Act,
24.
Rewards according to the Housing Award Act and after the Spar-premiums act,
25.
Services on the basis of a claim for damages, which the Damage in accordance with the law on the extended admission of claims for damages in the case of employment and accidents at work 7. December 1943 (Reichsgesetzblatt I p. 674), as amended by the Accident Insurance-NeuRuleungsgesetz of 30. April 1963 (Bundesgesetzbl. 241), in so far as this replacement claim is based on the same event as the claims under the Federal Pensions Act,
26.
singled out in a single case Income as far as they are not intended to ensure the maintenance of the livelihood or to the place of a service intended to secure the livelihood, with the exception of the regularly recurring income derived therefrom; to that end, include, in particular, inheritance, lottery gains, reparations by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees on the basis of Article 2 of the Agreement of 5. October 1960 (Federal Gazette No. 53 of 16 October) March 1961), benefits in accordance with § § 9 and 10 of the Dismissal Protection Act and severance payments, which are granted in accordance with statutory provisions on marriage,
27.
Ehrensold according to the law on the title, orders and honor of 26. July 1957 (BGBl. 844), as last amended by Article 33 of the Law of 24. April 1986 (BGBl. I p. 560),
28.
Accident Compensation by Civil Accident Insurance Legislation,
29.
The employer's capital benefits under the Fifth Capital Education Act, as amended, in so far as they are granted in accordance with Section 13 (1) of this Act for the granting of a Employee savings supplement, as well as the employees ' savings allowance in accordance with § 13 (1) to (3) of this Act, but not asset-effective investments of parts of the wages in the sense of § 11 of this Act,
30.
Zulagen according to § 28 of the Berlin Promotion Act,
31.
Public services to promote the admission or maintaining employment, school or vocational training, continuing vocational training and vocational training measures, if they are credited in the course of their assessment according to the Federal Law on Supply
32.
Pensions from statutory pension insurance, old-age pensions, pensions due to loss of earning capacity and land pension rights under the old-age pension scheme of the Farmers, to the extent that the claim has been transferred to a social service provider on account of the benefit of sickness benefit or health care allowance,
33.
Performance on the basis of a claim for damages, other than such benefits, which replace an income determined for the purpose of safeguarding the subsistence and which are to be calculated on the compensatory pension, and which are not wholly or partly in accordance with Section 81a of the Federal Supply Act,
34.
Interest in accordance with § 44 of the First Book of the Social Code,
35.
the use value of an apartment in your own house, a condo, a property-like permanent residence, and a free-of-charge apartment, if the damaged property is Apartment itself,
36.
the tangible value of a free right of residence resulting from the omission of the property rights referred to in paragraph 36 or from a agricultural credit transfer agreement,
37.
Benefits under the guidelines on the humanitarian emergency aid programme in the respective applicable Version.
(2) Claims for the benefits referred to in paragraph 1 shall also be disregarded in the determination of the compensatory pension. Non-official table of contents

§ 3 Evaluation of non-cash benefits

(1) The assessment of income not in cash (apartment, catering, heating) and other non-cash benefits), is based on the social security charges regulation as amended; free lighting is not to be assessed. § 2 (3) of the German Social Insurance Act (Social Insurance Act) is applicable to the evaluation of the free dwelling; § 2 (4) of the Social Insurance Regulation remains unaccounted for. The values laid down in sentences 1 and 2 are in each case in the period of 1. July of the year of validity of the Social Insurance Regulation up to 30. June of the following year. If there is no free diet, then in the time of 1. July 1990 to 30. June 1991 the free apartment with 28 of the hundred and the free heating with 7 of the hundred and in the time of 1. July 1991 to 30. June 1992, the free dwelling with 31 of the hundred and the free heating with 9 of the hundred of the relevant value in accordance with § 1 (1) of the regulations applicable during these periods. § 3 (3) of the Social Insurance Regulation is not applicable when assessing other forms of property.(2) Paragraph 1 shall also apply where other values have been fixed in a collective agreement, a collective agreement, an operating or service order, an operating agreement, an employment contract or any other contract.(3) Where there is an income to be considered as income, it is generally accepted that they shall be provided at the agreed level. If, in the individual case, the allocation of services is too high or too low, taking into account the otherwise agreed services, account must be taken of the income, which should be taken into account, taking due account of the actual situation. is to be provided.Paragraph 1 shall not apply in so far as the value of a material property determines the amount of a cash benefit, or where the type and quantity of property is determined not for consumption by the beneficiary, but for the purpose of obtaining a monetary amount. The amount of money or the amount of money to be paid shall be taken into account as income. Non-official table of contents

§ 4 Maintenance claims

(1) The rest of the income within the meaning of Section 33 (1) of the Federal Supply Act (BundesSupply Act) is not Seriously damaged also the benefits of the spouse or of the life partner due to a civil-legal maintenance claim to be taken into account. If the maintenance is not subject to judicial review, the assessment of the maintenance claim shall apply to the fact that the dependent spouse or life partner of his gross income shall at least amount to the amount covered by the settlement regulation If the number of stuflings is damaged as a maximum amount of the remaining income, it shall retain monthly income, without taking into account any income of the kind referred to in § 2.(2) The remaining income within the meaning of Section 33 (1) of the Federal Services Act shall also be taken into account in the maintenance of the maintenance obligations of the former spouse or life partner on the basis of a civil-legal maintenance claim. unofficial table of contents

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§ 6 Advertising costs for income from non-self-employed work

(1) In the case of income from non-self-employed work, gross income in the sense of Section 33 (1) of the Federal Law of Supply shall be deemed to be the gross income in accordance with the conditions laid down in the Paragraphs 2 to 4 of a reduced amount, in so far as the total amount of the advertising costs to be taken into account is higher than 15 euros per month.(2) When using public transport between the place of residence and the place of work, account must be taken of the costs of the most favourable time map. If a bicycle is used in addition to a public transport system, an amount of 6 euros per month must be taken into account in addition to the cost of the time card.(3) In the case of the use of a private motor vehicle, the following monthly lump sums shall be taken into account for the duration of the employment relationship:
a) When using a motor car6 Euro,
b)when used of a miniature motor vehicle (three or four-wheel motor vehicle whose engine has a displacement of not more than 500 cubic centimetres)4,40 Euro,
c)when using a motorbike or scooter2.80 Euro,
d) when using a bike with motor1.50

for every kilometer that the apartment is located at the workplace. If the severely damaged person is employed less than 11 days in a calendar month, the rates shall be reduced to half. For calendar months in which the severely damaged person is not employed, expenses for a motor vehicle of its own shall not be taken into account.(4) If the severely damaged person is employed outside the place where he has his own house status, the additional costs of a double household which have been shown to be established and the exploitation of existing ones shall be To take into account the actual travel costs incurred by the second class for a weekly journey on a family home, unless compensation is granted within the meaning of Article 2 (7) for the purpose of repayment of these additional expenses. An own house stand is to be accepted if the severely damaged apartment has an apartment with its own or self-procured furniture. In the case of unmarried couples, the maintenance of their own household is also to be assumed if they are demonstrably responsible for the costs of a household which they together with the closest relatives, in particular with children or parents, have to pay for the costs of the household. The conditions are fulfilled only if the tax office has recognized additional expenses as a result of the double household as an advertising cost within the meaning of the Income Tax Act or would like to recognize the circumstances. unofficial table of contents

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§ 8 Income from agriculture, forestry, business and self-employed work

(1) For income from agriculture and forestry (§ § 13 to 14 of the Income Tax Act), from industrial operations (§ § 15 to 17 of the German Income Tax Act) Income Tax Act) and of self-employed work (§ 18 of the Income Tax Act), the profits on the basis of the apportionment of income tax are applicable as gross income within the meaning of Section 33 (1) of the Federal Supply Act. A loss compensation between individual types of arrival is not to be carried out (Section 1 (4)). The profits are increased offsets in accordance with § § 7b to 7d and 7h to 7k of the Income Tax Act, in accordance with § § 82a, 82g and 82i of the Income Tax Implementing Regulation, in accordance with § § 14 to 15 of the Berlin Promotion Act and in accordance with § § 7 and 12 To the extent that they exceed the conditions permitted under Section 7 (1) or (4) of the Income Tax Act for the use of the protective building act. In addition, special depreciation is required in accordance with § § 7e to 7g of the Income Tax Act, § 3 of the Zone Promotion Act, § § 76, 81, 82d and 82f of the Income Tax Implementing Regulation as well as those formed in accordance with § 3 of the Zone Edge Promotion Act. To be added to the reserves. Allowances for capital gains pursuant to Sections 14, 14a, 16 (4), 17 (3) and 18 (3) of the Income Tax Act and free amounts under Section 13 (3) of the Income Tax Act are not to be taken into consideration.(2) If an income tax assessment is not carried out, the severely damaged person has to prove the profits. If it is not in a position to do so, the profits are to be estimated in consultation with the tax office. Non-official table of contents

§ 9 Income from farmers and foresters whose profits are calculated according to average rates

(1) Gross income the farmers and foresters whose profits are to be determined on the basis of the rules of the income tax law according to average rates shall, by way of derogation from § 8, be the sum of the revenue and the same values as determined in accordance with paragraphs 2 to 7, shall be reduced by the charges and expenditure deducted under paragraph 8.(2) The monthly revenue and the same values are summarize
1.
Value of work performance (Paragraph 3),
2.
Contract for Operations Management (paragraph 4),
3.
Reinertrag (paragraph 5) and
4.
other revenue related to the operation of a agriculture and forestry sector (paragraph 7).
(3) The value of the work performance is the amount of the amount that is in the number of stuffles 150 as the maximum amount of the income from present employment in the respective applicable legal decree issued pursuant to section 33 (6) of the Federal Law on Supply of Supply. Where the self-employed area of agricultural use, including areas to be included in accordance with paragraph 6, is less than 14 hectares, one hectare shall be set at one-tenth of the value of the value set out in the first sentence, with areas of alms and To take account of Hutungen with a quarter of the total area covered by this total area. Parts of less than 0.5 hectare shall be on full acres and parts of 0.5 hectare shall be rounded up to full acres on full hectares. The value of the value is for a self-generated area of agricultural use
4 hectares by 30 of the hundred,
from 5 to 8 acres by 20 from hundred,
from 9 to 11 acres by 10 from

. From the amount determined in accordance with the first sentence or in the rates 2 to 4, but not beyond this amount, to be deducted from a degree of damage effects due to damage effects and other health disorders
of 50 and 6010 of the amount of the amount,
but at least 36 euros,
of 70 and 80 15 of the hundred of the amount,
but at least 46 euros, and
of 90 and 10025 of the hundred of the amount,
however, at least 66 euro.
(4) The surcharge for management shall be fixed monthly with 0.4 per cent of the comparative value of the agricultural use, including the areas to be included in accordance with paragraph 6.(5) The net yield of agricultural use, including areas to be included in accordance with paragraph 6, shall be set monthly at 1.4 from the hundred of the comparative values of those uses. If, as a result of the right of participation of a third party, the employment of the agricultural and forestry sector is not alone, then a part of its share in the company shall be set up; this shall also apply if the holding is a total good of a the general goods community.(6) In the determination of gross income in accordance with paragraphs 2 to 5, areas of horticulture, wine-growing or special crops shall be included only if the profit for these areas does not separate from the income tax assessment (7) The other revenue associated with the operation of a agriculture and forestry sector shall be one twelfth of the tax-related lease on land and forestry income per month. Other revenue also includes profits made from sustainable or one-time operating income in the case of income tax assessment (e.g. from forestry, horticulture, viticulture, special crops, farmed livestock sales, transport services, or Incidentally). In addition, a taxable profit arising from the sale or removal of land and ground shall be subject to a twelfth; the amounts of the income tax law shall not be taken into consideration. The second sentence of paragraph 5 shall apply accordingly.(8) To be deducted from the sum of the revenue and the same values
1.
one twelfth of the The amount shall not exceed the amount resulting from the provisions of paragraph 5 for the area covered by the lease, and shall not exceed one twelfth of the burden of the old-age burden, as well as the interest of the debt and other permanent burdens which may be imposed on the In exceptional circumstances affecting income only in individual years (in particular, in the case of exceptional circumstances
,
second
of the second sentence shallto the following: (a) an amount to be calculated from the values set out in paragraphs 3 to 5, in accordance with a percentage to be determined in consultation with the competent financial authorities.
according to point 1, the capital settlement is granted in accordance with § § 72 to 80 of the Federal Pension Act or in the case of a pension capitalisation according to the pension capitalisation code of the 27. April 1970 (Bundesgesetzbl. 413) for the duration of the severance period, one tenth, in the case of a severance limited to a period of five years, a twentieth, of the annual amount on which the severance or capitalization is based, if the capital payment to the The acquisition or economic strengthening of land belonging to the agricultural and forestry assets has been granted. To the extent that the burden of the old-age burden or other permanent burdens is provided as a tangible benefit, the same applies to their valuation § 3 accordingly.(9) The sum of the revenue and the same values is to be rounded off to the full euro and the sum of the deductible burdens and expenses to be rounded up to the full euro.(10) Where the whole establishment is leased, the value for the value determination referred to in paragraphs 4 and 5 shall be based on the reference values to be used for the leaseholder; if the unit value is not known for individual used areas, the value shall be determined by the the average per hectare of the corresponding use of the ownership area. Non-official table of contents

§ 10 Income from work for family members

(1) The profit-directed work carried out by a member of the family of a agricultural or forestry or industrial entreprity or of an employed person in a self-employed work shall be considered as a non-self-employed work within the meaning of Section 19 (1) (1) of the Income Tax Act. If there is no remuneration or a disproportionately low level of remuneration, the value of the work performance shall be estimated taking into account the overall situation. In this case, the remuneration, which is equal in scope to a similar work of the same type of work in a foreign company, serves as a valuation scale. An appropriate amount of work force of the company's serious damage and economic performance must be taken into account.(2) Entrepreneurs within the meaning of paragraph 1 shall be the person on whose behalf the undertaking is concerned. Non-official table of contents

§ 11 Income from capital assets

(1) Income from capital assets (§ 20 of the Income Tax Act) are the surplus The proceeds of the advertising costs (§ § 8 and 9 of the Income Tax Act). Lump sums according to § 9a of the Income Tax Act cannot be issued.(2) Income within the meaning of paragraph 1 shall not be taken into account insofar as they do not exceed, in total, 307 euros per year. Non-official table of contents

§ 12 House and property income as well as subletting

(1) Income from property and property are the property of the Surplus of the annual revenue via the advertising cost package. The revenues consist of the cold rent without the operating costs or the lease. The total amount of the total revenue to be deducted from the total amount of the revenue is 50 per cent of this total amount.(2) Paragraph 1 shall apply mutatily if the person entitled to benefit has not yet been registered in the land register as the owner, but has taken over the benefits and loads from the house and land holdings as an owner.(3) An income from the renting of furnished rooms shall be 20 per cent of the revenue referred to in the second sentence of paragraph 1; the use of the furnishings shall be taken into account in this respect. In the case of subletting of empty accommodation, the income obtained shall be considered to be income only in so far as it exceeds the pro-rata cold rent referred to in the second sentence of paragraph 1. Paragraphs 1 and 2 shall not apply. unofficial table of contents

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Second section
widows, widows, survivors Life partners and orphans

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§ 14 Application of the rules of the first section

(1) The rules § § 1 to 12 shall apply mutas to widows, widows, surviving partners and orphans, unless otherwise provided by the Federal Supply Act or the following provisions.(2) Paragraph 2 (1) (8) shall not apply to widows, widows and surviving partners; however, the benefits referred to in that paragraph shall remain as far as the amount of the child's money to be granted to the children concerned, in the assessment of widows and Wirebalancing pension disregarded. In addition, it does not take into account child subsidies or similar benefits granted to children who are not entitled to orphans ' pension under the Federal Supply Act.(3) In the determination of the widow's compensation pension, repaid pension rights remain unaccounted for after the dissolution of a new marriage or partnership, provided that they are entitled to the pension under the Federal Pension Act, which The reason for the new marriage or life partnership is to be credited.(4) In the determination of the widow's pension repaid in accordance with Section 44 (2) of the Federal Pension Act, pension rights deriving from the former marriage or life partnership shall also be considered as income in so far as they are considered as income. is to be set off against claims arising from the new marriage or partnership. On the other hand, benefits derived from the new marriage or life partnership remain unaccounted for in accordance with Section 44 (5) of the Federal Law of Supply. Non-official table of contents

§ 15 Special provisions for widows, widows, surviving partners and orphans

(1) Emergence during the professional Absence of a widow, a widower or a surviving life partner's costs through the custody of children up to the end of the compulsory primary or physical or mental child's children, such as gross income shall be deemed to be a -the necessary expenditure of a reduced amount of income determined in the light of the provisions of this Regulation.(2) As other income within the meaning of Section 47 (2) in conjunction with Section 33 (1) of the Federal Supply Act, orphans shall also be subject to benefits due to a civil-legal maintenance claim against the parents. Where an amount of maintenance is not fixed in court, the evaluation of the claim, with the exception of the right of a non-helike child against his father, shall be deemed to have the effect that a parent of his gross income shall at least The amount allocated to the other income in the settlement ordinance in case of damage to the number of steps 170 shall be retained on a monthly basis. In this case, income of the kind referred to in § 2 shall not be taken into consideration; Section 14 (2) shall apply. The amount referred to in the second sentence shall be increased for each other dependent child by the amount allocated in the settlement regulation in the case of the employment of the number of persons 5 as the maximum amount of the other income.

Third Section
Parents

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§ 16

(1) The rules of the § § 1 to 12 shall apply to parents, unless otherwise provided by the Federal Supply Act or the following provisions.(2) § 2 (1) no. 10 applies only in so far as § 55 (1) sentence 1 (c) of the Federal Supply Act does not preclude. Non-tamous table of contents

Appendix to § 3
Rules for determining the value of property references

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