Law To Clean Up German Bonds Are Denominated In Foreign Currency

Original Language Title: Gesetz zur Bereinigung von deutschen Schuldverschreibungen, die auf ausländische Währung lauten

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Law on the clearing of German bonds denominated in foreign currency (eviction law for German foreign bonds-AuslWBG)

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AuslWBG

Date of issue: 25.08.1952

Full quote:

" Cleanup law for German foreign bonds in the revised version published in the Bundesgesetzblatt, Part III, outline number 4139-2, the latest version of the German law on foreign bonds issued in the Federal Republic of Germany. by Article 28 of the Law of 23. July 2013 (BGBl. I p. 2586) has been amended "

:Last modified by Art. 28 G v. 23.7.2013 I 2586

For details, see the Notes

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(+ + + text evidence application: 1.1.1977 + +)
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This provision shall not apply in the territory referred to in Article 3 of the agreement. L. I chap. IV Sachg. A Sect. I N ° 9 EinigVtr v. 31.8.1990 iVm Art. 1 G v. 23.9.1990 II 885, 964 unofficial table of contents

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Section I
General guidelines for the cleanup process
Foreign bonds, Bedevoted land § 1
Cleanup of foreign bonds § 2
Recognition Requirements§ 3
Fest_Humble§ 4
minor customers§ 5
Tilting pieces§ 6
Login to foreign empowered§ 7
Foreign authorised representative§ 8
Foreign Spare§ 9
Login to audit site§ 10
Checkpoints§ 11
Amals List of recognized foreign bonds§ 12
Collared Recognition§ 13
Power ban§ 14
ErsatzurClients§ 15
equogens Foreign Bonds§ 16
Amts and Mutual Assistance § 17
Accepting logins and declarations § 18
stitch tag § 19
Information to the public§ 20
Section II
Sign up for empowered
Login, login rists§ 21
Content Login§ 22
Template of the logged in Foreign Bonds§ 23
Evidence § 24
Non-authorised representative § 25
Reject login § 26
Recognition of foreign bonds§ 27
Rejection rejection§ 28
legal remedies§ 29
Request for rejecting rejection§ 30
Request for court decision§ 31
The effect and execution of the court decision§ 32
Call to court of the Begival land§ 33
Agreed Arbitration courts§ 34
Legal Arbitration Courts§ 35
 Rejection Measures§ 36
Section III
Login to audit location
Login, login rists § 37
Acquisition§ 38
Log on content§ 39
Signed-in foreign bond template§ 40
Evidence Guide§ 41
Verification Point Unity§ 42
 Revocation of login§ 43
Review site recognition§ 44
Template to the securities resettlement chamber§ 45
Issuer's objection§ 46
Method and decision of the chamber for securities settlement§ 47
Implementation of the decision§ 48
Section IV
Double Logins§ 49
Section V
Unrecognized foreign bonds, Compensation claims
Non-powerlessness recognised foreign bonds§ 50
Nightful Recognition§ 51
Compensation claims for powerless Foreign Bonds§ 52
Compensation Claims from fixed-order modestals§ 53
Compensation claims for tilting pieces§ 54
Section VI
collectable recognition
Application for collective recognition§ 55
Investigating§ 56
Decision on collective recognition§ 57
Implementing rules§ 58
Section VII
collateral release
Release Requirements§ 59
Judicial Enforcement of Release Required§ 60
Release decision effect§ 61
Section VIII
Cost
procedural costs§ 62
 reimbursement of expenses§ 63
Administrative delivery§ 64
Implementing Regulations§ 65
Section IX
Supplemental Rules
Binding effect of decisions§ 66
exclusivity§ 67
 Pfandrights and other third party rights to foreign bonds§ 68
Regulations Applicable§ 69
Zusettings§ 70
Securities resettlement chambers§ 71
Decision-making power of Chairman of the Chamber of Securities Reunification Chamber§ 72
 Majority of Exhibitor§ 73
Foreign bonds of the German Empire and the former country Prussia§ 74
 import and export rules§ 75
Implementing Provisions§ 76
Begival's participation§ 77
Section X
Final Provisions
Land Berlin§ 78
Entry into force§ 79

Section I
General guidelines for the eviction process

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§ 1 foreign bonds, begion land

(1) foreign bonds For the purposes of this Act, securities shall be the securities listed in the list of foreign bonds listed in the list. The state indicated in the list shall be considered to be the country of a particular type of foreign bond.(2) ... Non-official table of contents

§ 2 Cleanup of foreign bonds

Foreign bonds remain valid only if they are recognized under this law. § § 50, 52 to 54 apply to foreign bonds that have not been recognized. Non-official table of contents

§ 3 Conditions of recognition

(1) A foreign bond is recognized in the examination procedure, subject to § 6, if: in accordance with § § 7, 10 he is registered for the examination and is presented in accordance with § § 23, 40, and if
1.
the foreign bond is a foreign item within the meaning of paragraph 2, or
2.
the applicant's legal In the sense of Section 38 (1), (2), the acquirer is (legally acquired) or
3.
the foreign bond to the applicant because of a domestic or foreign exchange up to 8. On the basis of a decision no longer applicable, a decision of a competent authority or agency responsible for the scope of this Act was withdrawn in May 1945.
(2) A decision of the Council of Ministers for the purposes of the Foreign bond is a foreign item if it is on the 1. January 1945 outside the borders of Germany according to the state of the 31. December 1937 (abroad) as well as outside Danzigs, Memels, Austria and the one on the 1. In January 1945, parts of Poland and Czechoslovakia, including the former Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia, had been incorporated into its administration by Germany. A foreign bond shall also be subject to a foreign bond of the kind referred to in paragraph 1 (3), if the decision on the recovery has been obtained on the basis of a withdrawal from abroad and the holder is domicated, habituated, domicated, or has its principal place of business at the time of registration abroad. Non-official table of contents

§ 4 Fixed-term notices

For a foreign bond that is destroyed or that for a different reason does not If the applicant is entitled to receive recognition, a notice of determination shall be issued subject to § 6 in the examination procedure if the foreign bond is registered in accordance with § 10 and if it is determined that the applicant is a legal person Acquirer within the meaning of section 38 (3) applies. The notice of determination shall grant the compensation claims referred to in § 53. Non-official table of contents

§ 5 minor clients

(1) legal consequences under this law or the provisions of this law. for a foreign bond, extend both to the master certificate and to the secondary certificates issued to it. This shall also apply if the secondary certificates have been separated from the master certificate and the master certificate is registered without the secondary certificates for the examination procedure.(2) If a foreign bond is submitted in the examination procedure together with the secondary certificates issued to it, it is sufficient for the application of § 3 (1) No. 1 that the secondary certificates are to be applied to the 1. The first sentence of the first sentence of Article 3 (2) of the first sentence of the second sentence of Article 3 (2) of the first sentence of the(3) The Federal Government may allow for certain types of foreign bonds by means of a decree law that secondary customers be registered independently for recognition if they securidate claims which are asserted independently of the original certificate . Secondary customers who are registered for recognition by themselves are considered to be foreign bonds within the meaning of this law.(4) The Federal Government may also determine in a legal regulation in accordance with paragraph 3 that a decision on the recognition of the original certificate does not extend to the secondary documents or only under certain conditions. A decision taken on the basis of such a regulation shall indicate which side certificates it does not extend to. Non-official table of contents

§ 6 Tilgungsstücke

(1) Foreign bonds that are
1.
acquired by the issuer or purchased for its invoice, or
2.
of other persons or for the account of other persons who, as debtors, have been directly liable for the claims arising from the bonds, for exemption from their guilt or
3.
from the German Reich, the Reichsbank, the conversion fund for German foreign debt, the Deutsche Golddiskontbank, or for the account of these entities
shall be deemed to have been acquired for the purposes of this Act for the purpose of redemption and shall be deemed to be non-powerless (Tilgungsstücke). These foreign bonds are neither recognized nor given a notice of arrest for them; they entitle them to claim compensation only in accordance with § 54.(2) Paragraph 1 shall not apply to foreign bonds, which shall be up to 8. May 1945, including with the rights of third parties, have been deposited as security for third parties or have otherwise returned to the traffic. Paragraph 1 shall also not apply to foreign bonds, which shall be up to 8. May 1945, including in Germany or abroad, have been withdrawn.(3) The persons referred to in paragraph 1 shall be obliged to take part in the fact that foreign bonds which are deemed to be force-free pursuant to paragraphs 1 and 2 may be taken into account in the form of a tilts. If they obtain the free control over the foreign bonds referred to in paragraph 2, they shall be obliged to use these bonds as soon as possible for the redemption. Non-official table of contents

§ 7 Registration at the foreign authorized representative

(1) Foreign bonds, the recognition of which according to § 3 (1) No. 1 (foreign items) shall be required to register with the competent foreign agent for the cleansing of German foreign bonds (§ 8).(2) § § 21 to 36 apply to the application and to the examination procedure. Non-official table of contents

§ 8 International plenipotentiary

(1) The Federal Ministry of Finance and the Federal Foreign Office shall appoint in agreement with the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology for each country of the country, after it has agreed to a foreign agent for the cleansing of German foreign bonds (foreign authorised representative). The foreign agent is responsible for all foreign bonds issued by the Begiver, for which he is appointed. The Federal Government may regulate the responsibility for certain types of foreign bonds by means of a legal regulation.(2) The Federal Ministry of Finance shall carry out the service supervision of the foreign authorised representatives in agreement with the Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs. It may transfer the immediate service supervision in agreement with the Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs of another agency. In their factual decisions on the recognition of a foreign bond, the foreign authorised representatives are not bound by instructions in the service supervision path.(3) The Federal Ministry of Finance and the Federal Foreign Office may, in agreement with the Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Technology, revoke the appointment of a foreign agent for important reasons. They may only pronounze the revocation in consultation with the country of devotion; if the danger is in default, they may provisionally prohibit the foreign agent from exercising the office. The appointment of a foreign agent is to be revoked if the beating country is looking for it.(4) The foreign agents may use the assistance of German and foreign experts, banks and other appropriate agencies in their activities.(5) The order of the foreign authorised agents and the termination of their duties shall be announced in the Federal Gazette.(6) The Federal Government may, by means of a legislative decree, adopt supplementary provisions concerning the appointment and dismissive of the foreign agents, as well as their official rights and obligations.(7) Permanent representatives may be appointed for an international authorized representative. Your business circle will be determined by the foreign agent. For the rest, the permanent representatives shall apply in accordance with the rules applicable to the foreign authorised representative. Non-official table of contents

§ 9 German foreign exchange offices

(1) The Federal Government may, by means of a legal regulation, be responsible for the duties of the foreign agent Transfer, in whole or in part, to a foreign exchange office for the cleaning up of German foreign bonds (foreign exchange office), which is to be formed in accordance with paragraph 2.(2) The expatriation offices consist of the foreign agent, another foreign agent and a presiding officer. The other foreign agent and the pre-sitter are appointed in accordance with § 8, para. 1; they may only be dismissed after the Begister has consented to it. In addition, § 8 (3) sentence 3, para. 4, 5, 7 shall apply mutatily.(3) The provisions relating to the proceedings before the foreign agent shall apply in accordance with the provisions of the proceedings before the foreign agent. In the event of agreement between the two foreign agents, the foreign authority shall decide without the presitter. If the foreign plenipotentiaries do not agree, they shall submit the matter to the presiding officer for a decision. They should give their opinion on this subject. The unanimous decision of the foreign authorised representative or the decision of the Chairperson shall have the same effect and shall be subject to the same legal remedies as the decision of an international representative.(4) The Federal Government may, by means of a legislative decree, enact supplementary provisions on the establishment and procedure of the foreign opposition bodies, as well as on the appointment, the convocation and the service rights and duties of their members.(5) The Federal Government may, by means of a legislative decree, transfer the duties of the foreign agent, in whole or in part, to another body established by an agreement with the country of devotion and the composition of which has been established by the Federal Government. Foreign exchange office. Non-official table of contents

§ 10 Application to the Examination Office

(1) Foreign bonds, the recognition of which according to § 3 para. 1 no. 2 (legally acquired pieces) or in accordance with § 3 (1) no. 3 (Refund items), the competent authority (§ 11) shall be required to notify the competent authority. The same shall apply if a notice of determination is claimed in accordance with § 4.(2) § § 37 to 48 shall apply to the application and to the examination procedure. Non-official table of contents

§ 11 Examination sites

(1) Exhibitors of foreign bonds have the Banking Authority, in whose district they are based within a period of three months after the entry into force of this Act, in the cases referred to in Article 1 (2) within one month of the entry into force of the Regulation supplementing the list, a credit institution within the scope of this Act as a test centre , If a credit institution is an exhibitor, it may nominate itself as a test centre.(2) The inspection body shall be required to be confirmed by the Banking Authority.(3) The Banking Authority shall inform the Examination Office immediately after the confirmation in the Federal Gazette.(4) In other respects, § § 7, 51, 52 of the Securities Reunification Act of 19 shall apply. August 1949 (WiGBl. 295).

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§ 11 para. 1 sentence 1 italic print: untruthless empowerment unofficial table of contents

§ 12 Official list of the

(1) Foreign bonds which have been recognised under this Act shall be included in an official list under the exact name of their characteristics, in particular the unit number. The same applies to secondary customers who have been independently recognized (§ 5 para. 3). If the recognition of the master's certificate does not extend to secondary documents (§ 5 (4)), this must also be stated.(2) The official list shall be published by the Office for Securities Settlement and shall be published in appropriate consequences in the Federal Gazette (Bundesanzeiger).(3) Unaffected by this Act shall remain the power of the competent national and foreign authorities to arrange for their business unit that recognised foreign bonds or self-recognised subsidiary documents by assets, stamps or in other ways are to be identified, or that only those documents which have been included in the official list or whose recognition has otherwise been identified are admitted to business or stock exchange trading. Non-official table of contents

§ 13 Collection recognition

The Federal Ministry of Finance, in agreement with the Federal Ministry of Justice, can More detailed provisions of § § 55 to 58 recognize all or certain foreign bonds of a kind (collective recognition). The collection recognition shall have the same effect as the recognition by the bodies otherwise responsible under this law. Non-official table of contents

§ 14 Performance Prohibition

Exhibitors, trustees and payment agents may only use the non-recognised foreign bonds Provide services to which they are obliged under this law. Non-official table of contents

§ 15 ErsatzurClients

(1) Provisions according to which a foreign bond can be declared powerless or the exhibition of a Replacement of a replacement certificate shall remain unaffected.(2) The replacement customers are foreign bonds within the meaning of this Act. For the examination procedure, the original foreign bond and the replacement certificate issued for him shall be deemed to be the same document. A certificate of replacement after the 1. The original foreign bond was issued on 1 January 1945 (Section 3 (1) (1)). Article 3 (2) sentence 2 shall apply at the time of the first sentence of the first sentence of Article 3 (2) of the second sentence of Article 3 (2) of the second sentence of Article 3 (2) of the second sentence of Article 3 (2) of the second sentence of Article 3 (2) of the second sentence of Article 3 (2) of the sensual.(3) Say customers for such foreign bonds, which had already been recognized under this law, do not need to be recognized again. At the request of the holder, they shall be included in the official list (§ 12) by the Office for Securities Settlement; when the holder is included in the list, reference should be made to the recognition that has already been made. Non-official table of contents

§ 16 Equalization of foreign bonds

(1) Any claims to be returned because of a domestic or foreign policy up to the 8. May 1945, including withdrawn foreign bonds, in the case of a competent authority or other body responsible for the scope of this Act, is entitled to notify the Bonds in the examination procedure, even if these claims are subject to has not yet been decided. The application is to be marked as an application for a withdrawn foreign bond. The examination procedure shall be suspended until a final decision has been taken on the claims asserted on account of the withdrawal. If further applications are received on account of the withdrawn foreign bond, the procedure shall also be suspended until the decision on the claims made on the basis of the withdrawal.(2) Paragraph 1 shall apply mutatily to the power to claim a notice of determination if a foreign bond has been lost after the withdrawal.(3) Final decisions of the authorities responsible for the scope of this law, or any other body by means of which the return of a withdrawn foreign bond or the delegation of the power referred to in paragraph 2 is ordered, shall be to be binding on the examination procedure. Non-official table of contents

§ 17 Official and legal aid

(1) The authorities responsible under this law and other bodies shall have mutual assistance. . Fees and expenses for the granting of mutual assistance shall not be reimbursed.(2) The foreign agents may request the courts for the hearing of witnesses and experts and for the collection of other evidence. § § 157, 158, 159 (1) sentence 1, para. 2, § § 160, 164, 165 of the Law Constitutional Law shall apply mutationally; the request may also be addressed to the Chamber for Securities Reunification in whose district the Issuer has its registered office or which is It is to be carried out. The taking of evidence shall be subject to the provisions of the Law on the Procedure in Family Matters and in the Matters of Voluntary Jurisdiction; the requested court shall decide on the questions which would otherwise be taken by the Court of First Instance. is reserved for the requesting court.(3) In a procedure under this Act, the courts may also address requests for legal assistance to the Chamber for Securities Settlement, in whose district the issuer is established or the official act is to be made. Unofficial table of contents

§ 18 Receipt of logins and declarations

(1) If a notifier is outside the scope of this He/she may submit the application or any other statements to be submitted to an international authorized representative or an investigator to the foreign agent appointed for the territory in which the applicant is responsible for the application of the law. shall be kept. If no authorised representative is appointed for this area, the declarant may submit the declaration to a consular authority of the Federal Republic of Germany responsible for the territory. If such an authority does not exist, it may, after its election, submit the declaration to any foreign authorised representative or any consular authority of the Federal Republic of Germany or to the examination office.(2) The bodies referred to in paragraph 1 shall forward the declarations they have received without delay in accordance with the instructions of the applicant. In the absence of such a instruction, a declaration entered into by a consular authority shall be forwarded to the competent foreign representative or the competent authority; a person received by an uncompetent foreign agent shall be forwarded to the competent authority or authority responsible for the Declaration is to be dealt with in accordance with § 25, a declaration made by the Examination Office in accordance with § 42.(3) The time limits to be observed by the notifier when issuing a declaration to an international authorised representative or a test body shall be respected if they have been complied with in relation to a body competent in accordance with paragraph 1. If a notification has been sent to a competent body in accordance with the third sentence of paragraph 1 (section 21 (1), 2, 37 (2)), those periods shall be maintained even if the application is filed within three months of the date of the application. The sequence has been received at this point.(4) Paragraph 3 does not apply to the filing of legal remedies or other remedies and for re-enrolment pursuant to § 21 para. 3, 4, § 37 para. 3.

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§ 18 para. 3 sentence 2 italic print: antitenderless empowerment Non-official table of contents

§ 19 deadline

(1) As a reference date for the purposes of this law, the types listed in the list of foreign bonds are: Foreign bonds the first day after the expiry of six months since the entry into force of the law.(2) and (3) ...

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§ 19 para. 1 italic print: now the 1. September 1953, gem. § 1 7. AuslWBDV 4139-2-7; cf. § 1 9. AuslWBDV 4139-2-9 Non-official table of contents

§ 20 Information to the public

The Federal Ministry of Finance takes the necessary Measures to ensure that the public, in particular in Germany and the countries of the country concerned, adequately comply with this law and the rights and obligations arising out of it for holders of foreign bonds, as well as the consequences of non-compliance with the

Section II
Application to the International Plenipotentiary

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§ 21 Registration, registration deadlines

(1) A foreign bond whose recognition is claimed on the grounds that he is a foreign item (§ 3 para. 1 no. 1) is In order to carry out the examination procedure within one year after the deadline (§ 19), to register in writing to the competent foreign agent (§ 8 (1)). The application may be made within two years after the expiry of the period referred to in the first sentence, if the applicant has made it credible that an earlier application has not been filed without his own gross negligence.(2) ... (3) If the recognition of a foreign bond which had been notified to a test body has been rejected by a final decision, the bond may be re-registered with the competent foreign agent if the Recognition is now claimed under the first sentence of paragraph 1. This application shall be admissible only within three months of the date on which the rejection has become final. The expiry of the time limits referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2 shall not include the renewal of the notification unless the recognition in the earlier proceedings had already been refused on account of late notification.(4) Paragraph 3 shall apply mutatily if an international authorised representative has refused recognition on the grounds that another foreign agent is competent. The foreign agent with whom the re-registration is made has to notify the foreign agent, who had refused the recognition, immediately from the new application.

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§ 21 para. 1 italic print: now up to the end of the 31. August 1956. § 1 8. AuslWBDV 4139-2-8, § 1 10. AuslWBDV 4139-2-10 u. § 1 11. AuslWBDV 4139-2-11 Non-official table of contents

§ 22 Content of the application

(1) In the application, the name and first name (the company) as well as the Indicate the address of the applicant.(2) The declared foreign bond shall be exactly defined according to its characteristics, in particular the unit number. The facts which are relevant to the application shall be presented with the indication or the apportioning of evidence.(3) An application which does not or does not fully comply with the individual requirements of paragraphs 1, 2 or not is nevertheless effective if it allows the applicant and the registered foreign bond to be sufficiently recognised. The applicant's obligation to supplement or rectify the application shall remain unaffected.(4) The foreign agent shall immediately indicate the application of the foreign bond, indicating its characteristics, in particular the piece number, immediately the examination office, the exhibitor and the trustees and payment agents. The notifier shall attach the required copies to his application. Non-official table of contents

§ 23 Presentation of the foreign bond signed in

(1) The foreign bond is with the application to the foreign agent , which takes it into custody.(2) The foreign bond may also be deposited at an appropriate place if it is ensured that the bond is released only with the consent of the foreign agent and at his request at any time to him or after his determination to another person. Foreign authorised representative or an audit office. The applicant shall attach to the application a certificate of deposit and assurance in which the foreign bond is referred to in accordance with its characteristics, in particular the piece number.(3) Where the foreign bond or the certificate provided for in paragraph 2 is not submitted at the same time as the application is filed, the foreign agent has to set a reasonable time limit for the applicant to the applicant. After the expiry of the period, the recognition shall be rejected if the document has not been obtained until the decision has been taken.(4) The foreign agent may, on a case-by-case basis, approve a procedure deviating from paragraphs 1 to 3 if it is not possible to obtain a risk to the cleaning up. It may make the approval subject to conditions or conditions.(5) For certain types of foreign bonds, the Federal Government may, by means of a regulation, lay down detailed rules for the implementation of paragraphs 1 to 4, and in particular order that a deposit referred to in paragraph 2 shall only be laid down at certain points is admissible. Non-official table of contents

§ 24 Evidence Warrant

(1) The applicant has to prove that the conditions for the recognition of the notified Foreign bonds are given by the foreign agent. It may use any evidence, in particular public documents, certificates issued by a bank or broker, and on oath insurance or other forms of taxation.(2) The exhibitor as well as the trustee and payment agent shall be given the opportunity to comment on the application and to provide evidence.(3) Without prejudice to the obligation to pay the applicant, the foreign agent may submit the investigation which he considers necessary in order to clarify the facts. For this purpose, it may impose on the notifier the submission of certain documents or the provision of other appropriate evidence. If there is reason to believe that a foreign bond cannot be recognised in accordance with § 6, the foreign agent shall inform the applicant of the facts and evidence on which this assumption is based and give him the opportunity to do so, to deforce this assumption.(4) The Federal Government may, for certain types of foreign bonds, determine by means of a decree law that facts which are essential for recognition are proved by documents or documents of a certain nature, or only by documents or documents can be proven. Non-official table of contents

§ 25 Unemployment of the foreign agent

(1) If the foreign agent is responsible for any of the following If registration is not competent, he or she shall issue the application to the competent foreign agent or the responsible inspection body. The applicant must first be given the opportunity to comment on the proposed measure. The charge shall be inadmissible if the applicant is in conflict with it within a reasonable time limit set by the foreign agent; in this case, the foreign agent refuses the recognition and assigns to the applicant the possibility of: a new registration with the competent foreign agent (§ 21 para. 4) or at the examination office (§ 37 para. 3).(2) The decision of the foreign agent on the charge shall be indisputable. The registration period shall be deemed to have been respected if it has been preserved in the light of Section 18 with regard to the foreign agent who has declared himself to be uncompetent. Non-official table of contents

§ 26 Revocation of the application

(1) The applicant can only take back the application as long as the foreign agent has been authorized to has not yet decided on it.(2) The foreign authorised representative shall notify the investigator, the issuer and the trustees and payment agents of the withdrawal of the application and shall return the foreign bond or initiate its release. Non-official table of contents

§ 27 Recognition of foreign bonds

(1) The foreign agent shall recognise the declared foreign bond when he/she is Registration in accordance with the conditions laid down in § 3 (1) no. 1 in free appreciation of all significant circumstances is considered to be well founded.(2) On recognition, the foreign agent grants the applicant a notification of recognition in which the foreign bond is to be accurately described according to its characteristics, in particular the piece number. The foreign authorised representative shall notify the examination office, the issuer and the trustees and payment agents of the recognition, initiate the admission of the foreign bond to the official list (§ 12) and return the bond or cause it to be Release. Non-official table of contents

§ 28 Rejection of recognition

(1) Subject to § 25, the embassy's foreign agent refuses to recognise the If he does not consider the conditions for recognition by him to be given in free recognition of all major circumstances, he or she would not be able to apply for a recognition of the conditions.(2) The foreign agent shall give reasons for the negative decision in writing.(3) The decision of the foreign authorised representative must be communicated to the applicant, on the basis of his explanatory statement, by registered letter against a return note or in any other form which proves the date of receipt by the applicant; the applicant shall be informed of the the legal remedies to which he is responsible. The Examination Office, the exhibitor and the trustees and payment agents shall be notified of the refusal. Non-official table of contents

§ 29 appeals

(1) The decision by which the foreign agent acknowledges a registered foreign bond, is unquestionable.(2) In the case of a decision which is negative for recognition, the applicant is only allowed to appeal under the provisions of this Act (§ § 30, 31, 33 to 35); the applicant has the choice among several admissible legal remedies. The negative decision shall become binding as soon as it has become unquestionable. Section 21 (4) and section 37 (3) shall remain unaffected. Non-official table of contents

§ 30 Request for rejecting the rejection

The applicant may, if he presents new facts or evidence, within two months after receipt of the negative decision, but no later than four months after the date of dispatch, the verification of the rejection by the foreign agent, unless the recognition is due to the failure of the time limits laid down in Article 21 has been rejected. The application for repudiation shall be subject to the provisions relating to the application and the examination procedure. In the event of a decision by which the foreign agent maintains the refusal of recognition, the applicant shall be entitled to the same remedies as against the original refusal; however, the request for review cannot be repeated . Non-official table of contents

§ 31 Request for a court decision

(1) The applicant may refuse a decision of the foreign representative to be rejected. in the case of the securities resettlement chamber in whose district the issuer is situated, contest the application for a court decision.(2) The application for a court decision shall be made within three months of receipt of the negative decision, but no later than six months after being sent to the Chamber for Securities Settlement or to the International Plenipotentiary, whose Decision is to be challenged in writing. If the application is received by a local competent chamber, it shall issue it to the local competent chamber for securities resettlement. The decision on the levy shall be indisputable. The time limit for the application for a court decision shall be deemed to have been respected by the entrance to the chamber which is not competent in the local area. The content of the application shall apply in accordance with Section 22. The Chamber for Securities Resettlement shall send a copy of the application to the foreign agent, the investigator, the issuer and the trustee and payment agent. The notifier shall attach the necessary copies to his application.(3) The application may only be granted after an opportunity has been given to the issuer and to the trustees and payment agents to submit their comments and to provide evidence. In other respects, the procedure for the proceedings before the international authorized representative shall apply mutatily.(4) If the Board considers that the applicant's application is justified, it shall state in its decision that the conditions for recognition required by this Act are fulfilled. The Board may also make this statement if the foreign bond had been registered with an uncompetent foreign agent or if, although not the one in § 3 (1) (1), but in § 3 (1) (2), (3) , are subject to the conditions for recognition of the foreign bond issued. In all other cases, the Chamber of Securities Reunification shall reject the request for a court decision. If the application is withdrawn, the procedure shall be adjusted and the request for a court decision shall be deemed not to have been filed in this case.(5) The decision of the Chamber of Securities Settlement shall be given in writing and shall be submitted to the applicant and to the issuer. The foreign agent, the audit office and the trustees and payment agents shall be notified of the decision. The foreign agent shall also be informed of the legal force of the decision.(6) Against the decision of the Board of Appeal for securities settlement, the applicant and the exhibitor shall submit an immediate appeal to the Board of Appeal in accordance with Section 34 of the Securities Reunification Act of 19 November 2008. August 1949 (WiGBl. 295), the competent Higher Regional Court. The immediate appeal shall be lodged with the Chamber of securities settlement within three months in writing or in the minutes of the office of the office. The notice of appeal shall begin with the notification of the decision to the appellant; no reinstatement will take place in the previous stand against their failings. When the appeal is filed by a notice of appeal, it must be signed by a lawyer or by a credit institution within the scope of this Act. The complaint may be based on new facts and evidence. Moreover, the provisions relating to the proceedings before the Board of Appeal shall apply mutatily to the appeal procedure. No further complaint will be made. Non-official table of contents

§ 32 Effect and performance of the court decision

(1) In the decision on the one pursuant to § 31 (1) (1) If it is established that the conditions laid down in this Act are met for the recognition of the declared foreign bond, the foreign agent shall take the measures referred to in § 27, as soon as the decision is taken has become legally enforceable.(2) If the decision referred to in paragraph 1 is not taken in the decision, the dismissive decision of the foreign representative shall be binding with the legal force of the court decision. Section 21 (4) and section 37 (3) shall remain unaffected. Non-official table of contents

§ 33 Call to a court of the country of devotion

(1) The applicant may be entitled under the applicable foreign law. In the case of a court of the country of order to decide whether the conditions required by this Act for the recognition of a registered foreign bond have been met by the foreign agent, § 32 shall be referred to the question on this question if
1.
the court within the first sentence of section 31 (2) sentence 1 Time limits have been called,
2.
the procedure against the exhibitor has been addressed as a participant,
3.
apart from the exhibitor, the trustee and payment agent has also been given the opportunity to speak and to provide evidence, and
4.
§ 24 paragraph 1 above which the applicant's burden of proof has been applied at least in a reasonable way.
(2) The foreign agent is authorized and obligated in the Procedures to receive deliveries for the exhibitor as long as the exhibitor has not ordered a delivery agent in the beating country.(3) In the case of paragraph 1, neither the foreign agent nor the issuer may object to the exercise of the jurisdiction of the beating country. Non-official table of contents

§ 34 Agreed arbitral tribunals

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§ 35 Legal Arbitration Courts

(1) For the investigation of negative decisions of the foreign agents, Arbitration tribunals established.(2) The Federal Government shall regulate the establishment, the procedure, the jurisdiction and the occupation of the arbitral tribunals by means of a regulation of the law. There is no need for the institution to be set up unless there is a need for it in a country of begion.(3) The applicant may request the examination of a negative decision of the foreign agent in the case of the arbitral tribunal established in accordance with paragraph 1 within the time limits specified in section 31 (2) sentence 1. The arbitral tribunals shall determine their proceedings under the appropriate application of Section 31 at their discretion, unless otherwise specified in a regulation adopted in accordance with paragraph 2. Section 33 (2) shall apply mutatily. The decisions of the arbitral tribunals shall be indisputable; § 32 shall apply to them. Non-official table of contents

§ 36 Measures upon final rejection

(1) The foreign agent has a negative decision to reject has become binding, subject to paragraph 6, to note the refusal on the declared foreign bond, to devalue the Bond by means of perforation and then to return it. If the foreign bond has been deposited, the foreign agent may ask the deposit authority to take the designated measures if it is ensured that they are carried out. Of the measures taken, the foreign agent shall notify the Examination Office, the applicant, the issuer and the trustees and payment agents.(2) After the expiry of three months since the date of receipt of his negative decision, the foreign agent has, after expiry of six months since the date of dispatch, the notifier or, if the receipt has not been proved, the applicant to request proof of the filing of an appeal referred to in this Act, unless the foreign agent has already made known the application of such an appeal. If the applicant fails to comply with this request within a further four months, and if he has not become aware of the fact that the applicant has lodged an appeal in that time, the foreign agent may be Take a decision as binding. In the event of a request to prove the filing of an appeal, the applicant shall be informed of this legal order.(3) The foreign agent may also consider his negative decision as binding after the expiry of seven months from the date of receipt by the applicant, even if he has already been informed of the decision by the applicant (Section 28 (3) sentence). (1) had requested that the possible inclusion of an appeal referred to in this Act be proved, and if the applicant did not comply with that request, unless the foreign agent concerned had the right to appeal otherwise known; paragraph 2, sentence 3 shall apply mutatily.(4) The applicant shall, on request, inform the foreign agent of the status of the proceedings relating to a remedy he has filed and to prove to him the result of this procedure by presenting documents. If the applicant fails to meet the request of the foreign agent within a reasonable period set by him, the foreign agent may consider his decision as binding. In the event of an invitation to communicate the status of the proceedings, the applicant shall be informed of this legal sequence.(5) Paragraph 4 shall not apply where the applicant has referred the decision of the Board of Appeal for securities settlement or of a legal arbitral tribunal or the foreign agent has otherwise, in particular by means of questions from the issuer, in the The situation is to be informed of the state of the proceedings without the applicant's participation.(6) The foreign agent may not take the measures referred to in paragraph 1 if the foreign bond has been re-registered in accordance with section 21 (4) or (3) (3) with another foreign agent or the examination office. In this case, only the location at which the re-login has been made is responsible for the actions referred to in paragraph 1.

Section III
Login to the audit site

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§ 37 Registration, Login

(1) A Foreign bond,
1.
whose recognition is claimed on the grounds that he has a legally acquired piece (§ 3 paragraph 1 no. 2) or a refund piece (§ 3 para. 1 no. 3), or
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for which a notice of determination (§ 4) is claimed,
is to carry out the Examination procedure to be notified in writing to the Examination Office (§ 11).(2) The time limits specified in § 21 (1), (2) shall apply to the application. A period extension in accordance with section 21 (2) shall apply only to notifications pursuant to paragraph 1 (1).(3) If the recognition of a foreign bond which had been notified to an agent abroad has been rejected by a decision which has not been subject to a contested decision, that bond may be re-registered at the examination office for recognition; if the recognition referred to in paragraph 1 (1) is now claimed. Such notification shall be admissible only within three months of the date in which the refusal has become binding. The expiry of the time limits referred to in paragraph 2 shall only exclude the re-registration if the recognition in the earlier proceedings had already been rejected due to a late application.

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§ 38 Legal acquisition

(1) Legal acquirer of a foreign bond, the recognition of which pursuant to § 3 (1) No 2 is claimed, the owner or co-owner, if he has acquired the property or co-ownership of the Bond
1.
at the latest on 1. January 1945, or
2.
due to one in the time of 1. January 1945 to 8. May 1945, including legal transactions concluded on a stock exchange or in the banking sector, or
3.
as a result of legal action by the authorities of the scope of application this law or the occupying powers of the Federal Republic of Germany after the 1. January 1945, or
4.
due to an uninterrupted series of civil-legal rights campaigning according to a person who is on the 1. The owner or co-owner of the property or co-owner has become the owner or co-owner on the basis of number 2 or 3 in January 1945; the series shall be deemed to have been suspended if an acquisition is made in accordance with the provisions relating to the acquisition of legal business of Non-authorized person.
(2) As a legitimate acquirer of a foreign bond, the recognition of which is claimed in accordance with § 3 (1) No. 2, the international bond for which or whose legal guardian the foreign bond is not interrupted shall also apply at least since the first. 1 January 1945 until registration with credit institutions has been kept within the scope of this Act. If the foreign bond has been held for several periods, each of them shall be deemed to be a legitimate acquirer.(3) As a legitimate acquirer of a foreign bond for which a notice of determination is claimed in accordance with § 4, he or she shall be the owner within the meaning of paragraph 1 at the time of his loss, unless he or she is the owner of the bond after he/she has lost ownership of the bond after the Paragraph 1 has been legally acquired. In the case of a foreign bond as a Community property, each co-owner may also make the application for the other co-owners. Non-official table of contents

§ 39 Content of the application

(1) In the application, the name and first name (the company), the address and the occupation of the Signon. If, in the case of notifications by a representative, such information is not possible, or is only possible under special difficulties, the reasons shall be set out and other facts shall be disclosed which shall determine the applicant for the purposes of that law. .(2) The registered foreign bond shall be described in detail in accordance with its characteristics, in particular the unit number; in so far as this is not possible in the case of a foreign bond for which a notice of determination is claimed, the reasons are to be stated. The facts which are relevant to the application shall be presented with the indication or the apportioning of evidence.(3) An application which does not or does not fully comply with the individual requirements of paragraphs 1, 2 or not is nevertheless effective if it allows the applicant and the registered foreign bond to be sufficiently recognised. The applicant's obligation to supplement or rectify the application shall remain unaffected.(4) The Examination Office shall immediately indicate the application of the foreign bond with the most precise indication of its characteristics, in particular the unit number, immediately to the foreign authorised representative, the exhibitor and the trustees and payment agents. The notifier shall attach the required copies to his application. Non-official table of contents

§ 40 Presentation of the registered foreign bond

(1) The foreign bond is to be submitted with the registration of the test office, it is because according to § 4, the applicant claims a notice of arrest. The examination office shall keep the foreign bond in custody.(2) The foreign bond may also be deposited at an appropriate place, if it is ensured that the foreign bond is released only with the approval of the examination office and at its request at any time, or after it has been determined by another A test body or a foreign agent is issued. The applicant has to provide a certificate of deposit and assurance with the application in which the foreign bond is to be described exactly according to its characteristics, in particular the unit number.(3) Where the foreign bond or the certificate provided for in paragraph 2 is not submitted at the same time as the application is filed, the examination office shall set a reasonable time limit for the submission to the applicant. After the expiry of the period, the notification shall be submitted by the competent chamber for securities resettlement (§ 45), which refuses the recognition if the document has not been obtained until the decision has been taken.(4) In the case of an individual case with the agreement of the Banking Authority, the inspection body may approve a procedure which deviates from paragraphs 1 to 3 if it is not possible to obtain a risk to the cleaning up. It may make the approval subject to conditions or conditions.(5) § 23 (5) shall apply. Non-official table of contents

§ 41 Evidence Guide

The applicant has to prove that the conditions for the recognition of the notified Foreign bonds or for the granting of a notice of arrest are given. If he claims a notice of arrest, he has to make it credible that and under what circumstances the declared foreign bond is destroyed or for whatever other reason the bond is neither by him nor by any other person entitled to the application can be submitted in the examination procedure. In other respects, § 24 shall apply mutatily. Non-official table of contents

§ 42 Incompetence of the Examination Office

(1) If the Examination Office does not have jurisdiction in the case of an application that has been received, the Examination Office shall not be responsible for shall issue the application to the competent authority or to the competent foreign representative. Before being sent to an international representative, the applicant shall be given the opportunity to comment on the proposed measure. The transfer to the foreign agent is inadmissible if the applicant contradicts her within a reasonable period of time set by the investigator; in such case, the Examination Office shall submit the notification to the competent chamber for Securities resettlement (§ 45), which rejects the recognition subject to § 47 (4) sentence 2 and refers the applicant to the possibility of re-registering with the competent foreign agent (§ 21 para. 3).(2) The decision of the office of inspection of the levy shall be indisputable. The registration period shall be deemed to have been complied with if it has been preserved in the light of Section 18 with regard to the Examination Office, which has declared itself to be uncompetent. Non-official table of contents

§ 43 Revocation of the application

(1) The applicant can only withdraw the application as long as neither the Examination Office nor the Examination Office are responsible for the application. Foreign bond recognized (§ 44) the Board of the German Securities and Markets Association (§ 45) has yet to decide on the application submitted by the German Securities and Markets Association (§ 45).(2) The investigator shall inform the foreign agent, the issuer and the trustees and payment agents of the withdrawal of the application and shall return the foreign bond, if it has been submitted, or shall initiate its release. If the application had already been submitted to the Chamber for Securities Resettlement, it shall be forwarded without delay the withdrawal of the application. Non-official table of contents

§ 44 Recognition by the Examination Office

(1) Subject to § 45, the Examination Office may, in accordance with section 37 (1) (1) recognised foreign bond, if it considers the application to be justified in accordance with the conditions laid down in § 3 (1) No. 2, 3, and the evidence provided to the applicant by public documents from the scope of this law, or by certificates issued by credit institutions within the scope of this Act; Section 25 (1) (1) of the Securities Cleansing Act of 19. August 1949 (WiGBl. 295) and Section 3 of the Law amending and supplementing the Securities Reunification Act of 29 April 2003. March 1951 (Bundesgesetzbl. I p. 211) shall apply mutatily.(2) In the case of recognition, the Examination Office grants the applicant a notification of recognition in which the foreign bond is to be accurately described according to its characteristics, in particular the piece number. The decision shall also indicate, in accordance with which provision and on the basis of which evidence the verification body has held the recognition for reasons, and shall state that the issuer is entitled to appeal against the communication within one month (§ 46).(3) The notice of recognition shall be notified to the exhibitor by registered letter against receipt. The foreign agent as well as the trustees and payment agents shall be notified of the recognition. A non-official table of contents

§ 45 Template to the Chamber of Securities Reunification Chamber

The audit office submits the application after the required An investigation into its opinion of the chamber for securities resettlement responsible for the seat of the exhibitor,
1.
if it does not meet the requirements for recognition in accordance with § 44 paragraph 1 or
2.
if it does not recognise itself in the case of § 44 (1) or
3.
if a notice of order is claimed or
4.
if there are multiple logins because of the same foreign bond or a notice of determination is already issued for the registered foreign bond already or
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if the Banking Authority has ordered the template, or
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if the login is owned by the Credit institution acting as a test site.
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§ 46 Objection of the issuer

(1) If the Examination Office has a Foreign bond recognized, the exhibitor shall be entitled to appeal against this decision. The objection shall be filed in writing to the Examination Office within one month; the time limit shall begin with the receipt of the decision by the issuer.(2) The inspection body shall submit the objection with the necessary documents and its opinion of the Chamber of Securities and Markets Agreement (§ 45). The foreign agent, the notifying party and the trustees and payment agents shall be notified by the examination office of the filing of the opposition. The exhibitor shall attach the required copies to his notice of opposition.(3) The exhibitor may withdraw the objection as long as it has not yet been decided on him; the second sentence of the second sentence of paragraph 2 and the second sentence of Article 43 (2) shall apply mutatily. Non-official table of contents

§ 47 Procedure and decision of the chamber for securities settlement

(1) The chamber for securities resettlement decides on the notifications and objections presented to it by the Examination Office.(2) § § 41, 42 shall apply mutatily to the proceedings before the Chamber of Securities Reunification.(3) If the applicant withstands the notification or the issuer shall withdraw the opposition, the Board shall establish the procedure for securities resettlement.(4) If the Board of Securities Resettlement holds a notification under the terms of section 37 (1) no. 1 of the recognition of a foreign bond, it shall, in accordance with the conditions set out in § 3 (1) No. 2, 3, consider the reasons for the application to be justified. Foreign bond. It may also recognise the declared foreign bond if, although not the conditions for recognition specified in § 3 (1) no. 2, 3, but the conditions set out in § 3 (1) No. 1 are available. The recognised foreign bond is to be defined in the decision according to its characteristics, in particular the piece number.(5) If the Board of Securities Settlement holds a notification pursuant to Article 37 (1) (2) of the notice of determination pursuant to Section 4 for reasons of justification, it shall state that the applicant as a legitimate acquirer of the following notification shall be deemed to have made a declaration of reasons for the application of the application. in particular the unit number, as exactly as possible foreign bonds to be recorded.(6) If the Board does not consider the conditions for recognition or a notice of determination to be fulfilled, it shall reject the recognition or the granting of a notice of arrest. (7) In the proceedings concerning the objection the issuer shall at the same time lift the approval certificate of the examination office if it rejects the recognition (paragraph 6), the Chamber of Securities Reunification. An unsubstantiated objection must be rejected.(8) The decision of the Board of Securities Settlement is to be justified in writing; in the case of a notice of determination, the statement shall also indicate when and under what circumstances the foreign bond has been lost and where it is to be Time of loss has been found. The decision shall be notified to the applicant and to the exhibitor. The foreign agent, the audit office and the trustees and payment agents shall be notified of the decision. The investigating body shall also be notified of the legal force of the decision.(9) § 31 (6) applies to the challenge of the decision of the Board of Securities Resettlement. Non-official table of contents

§ 48 Implementation of the decision

(1) A foreign bond is recognized by a decision that is no longer countervailable. , the Examination Office shall initiate the inclusion of the Bonds in the official list (§ 12) and return the Bond or initiate its release.(2) If the recognition has been legally rejected, the Examination Office shall take the measures referred to in Article 36 (1) as soon as it is established that the foreign bond has not been re-registered in accordance with Section 21 (3) and no longer in good time on account of this provision can be notified.(3) If the proceedings before the Chamber for Securities Settlement have been terminated on account of the withdrawal of the application, the Examination Office shall return the foreign bond or initiate its release. name="BJNR005530952BJNG000400311 " />

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Double Logins

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§ 49

(1) Will Be the same foreign bond has claimed both the recognition and the grant of a notice of detention, the following shall apply:
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If both logins are pending at the same location, they should be joined together to make a joint decision.
2.
If the registrations are pending at various places, the application claiming a notice of determination is to be taken until the final decision on the Application under which recognition is claimed.
3.
A notice of arrest may no longer be granted if the foreign bond already has been issued by recognise an indisputable decision or if such a decision has been determined in accordance with § § 31, 33 to 35 that the conditions for the recognition of the bond are fulfilled.
(2) The decision on a notification shall be: in accordance with paragraph 1 (2), the declarant shall be entitled to participate in the procedure for recognition if he so requests.(3) Paragraphs 1 and 2 shall apply mutafictibly if there are a number of applications involving claims for the same foreign bond, which are claimed by the same foreign bond. If notifications are pending in both the Chamber for Securities Reunification and the Court of Appeal, then first of all the applications pending before the Appeal Court must be decided. If a decision has already been taken by a final decision, no further one may be granted for the same foreign bond.(4) Untouched
1.
which is between several notifying parties under the rules of general law existing claims and
2.
the power of the bodies competent under this law to suspend the proceedings until a final decision of the otherwise

Section V
Non-recognised foreign bonds, Compensation claims

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§ 50 Non-powerlessness of non-recognised foreign bonds

(1) foreign bonds, which until the expiry of the registration deadlines applicable to them (section 21 (1) sentence 2, paragraph 2, section 37 (2)) have not been registered for recognition or the application has been withdrawn and has not been repeated before the expiry of the registration deadlines, the Time powerless.(2) Foreign bonds, which have been declared for recognition within the specified time limits, but whose recognition has been definitively rejected, will be powerless with the devaluation in accordance with § 36 (1), § 48 (2). If the foreign bonds were not submitted in accordance with § § 23, 40 or if their devaluation cannot be carried out for any other reason, they shall become force-free at the time the foreign agent or the verifier is in accordance with the conditions laid down in sentence 1. (3) § 6 (1) remains unaffected before the expiry of the registration deadlines (paragraph 1) which apply to them. Non-official table of contents

§ 51 Overnight recognition

(1) Foreign bonds, which have become powerless pursuant to § 50 (1) or § 50 (2) sentence 2 , may, according to the provisions of paragraph 2, be subsequently declared for recognition if the persons entitled to sign in have failed to meet the periods specified in § § 21, 37 without fault of their own; a notice of arrest cannot be held shall be claimed.(2) A foreign bond, the recognition of which is claimed in accordance with paragraph 1, must be notified to the Examination Office. The notification shall be submitted in each case to the Chamber for Securities Settlement. The foreign bond may only be recognised if the rejection of the recognition, even taking into account the circumstances of the exhibitor, would constitute an extraordinary hardship against the owner of the bond; the possibility of To assert claims for compensation in accordance with § 52, the assumption of an extraordinary hardship is not contrary to itself. The recognition shall be inadmissible as soon as the rights which have been established to secure the claims arising from the foreign bond have been released in accordance with § § § 59 to 61. For the purpose of the application and the examination procedure as well as the recognition, the provisions of this law which are to be applied in the case of a right-time application shall apply in the appropriate way.(3) If a subsequently registered foreign bond has been legally recognized, the legal consequences for this foreign bond, which are referred to in § 50 (1), 2 sentence 2, shall be deemed not to have occurred. Non-official table of contents

§ 52 Compensation claims for foreign bonds that have become inpowered

(1) The authorized holder of a foreign bond according to § 50 (1) or (2) of the second sentence of Article 50 (2) of the Non-powered Foreign Bonds shall be subject to a claim for compensation against the issuer and such third parties who, as debtors, are directly liable for the claims arising from foreign bonds of the relevant kind, if the Bond should have been recognised by the proprietor or his right-holders in the event of a timely notification and the failure of the registration deadlines to be based on his own gross negligence. On the basis of the claim for compensation, the beneficiary may require the services to which the exhibitor and the third parties would be obliged to pay recognition of the foreign bond; however, rights that are necessary to secure the claims from the foreign bond may be required. have been established or are to be justified for exchange items, are not used for the claim for compensation. The claim for compensation cannot be claimed in so far as the claims of the holders of recognised foreign bonds would be affected.(2) The claim for compensation can only be claimed after having been legally established that its conditions have been fulfilled. Only the Chamber for securities resettlement in whose district the exhibitor is located shall be responsible for the determination. The procedure shall only take place on request; the provisions of § § 37 to 48, which rule the procedure, shall apply mutaly. If the claim is to be asserted against a third party, the third party shall be involved in the same extent as the exhibitor and shall have the power to make legal remedies.(3) The exhibitors and the third parties referred to in paragraph 1 shall be obliged to provide appropriate provisions in the event of a use referred to in paragraph 1. Non-official table of contents

§ 53 Claims for compensation from the order of permanent orders

(1) On the basis of a notice of arrest (§ § 4, 47 (5)) The applicant shall have a right of compensation against the exhibitor and such third parties who, as debtors, are directly liable for the claims arising from foreign bonds of the relevant kind. § 52 (1) sentence 2 and 3 shall apply to the compensation claim. It can only be asserted after the foreign bond to which the notice of determination relates has become force-free in accordance with § 50 or, if the communication does not refer to a specific foreign bond, the foreign bond of the relevant foreign bond. Type of application deadlines (§ 21 para. 1 sentence 2, para. 2, § 37 para. 2) have expired.(2) The issuer and the third parties referred to in the first sentence of paragraph 1 may require that their obligations arising out of paragraph 1 be reduced by the amounts they have to pay to holders of foreign bonds, even though the bonds are Notice of determination has been granted. The reductions must first be made on claims for compensation from such modestly modestals in which the foreign bond lost in loss is referred to only in accordance with its general characteristics, and in other respects by the same ratio. Reductions shall be inadmissible in so far as the exhibitor or third parties are enriched by the effects of this law.(3) The granting of a notice of arrest does not preclude the subsequent recognition of the foreign bond on which it is based or the assertion of compensation claims in accordance with § 52.(4) The detailed regulation of the claims and powers referred to in paragraphs 1, 2 shall be reserved for a special law. Before this law is enacted, the exhibitor and the third party referred to in the first sentence of paragraph 1 shall not be obliged to provide services on the basis of a notice.

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§ 54 Compensation claims for tilts

(1) The persons referred to in § 6 (1) no. 2, 3, whose foreign bonds are shall stand against the exhibitor and third parties who, as debtors, are directly liable for the claims arising from foreign bonds of the kind concerned, shall be entitled to compensation if they are subject to the otherwise applicable provisions of this Regulation They could have claimed the recognition of the bonds or a notice of determination. This shall not apply in so far as the beneficiaries have already received the equivalent value to which they are entitled or if the assertion of the foreign bonds by them would be excluded for another reason.(2) § 53 shall apply in respect of the claims for compensation; they shall not be asserted in so far as this would result in an impairment of the claims for compensation in accordance with § § 52, 53 and shall be excluded insofar as their Taking into account the exhibitor or the third party in accordance with § 53 paragraph 2 would entitle the exhibitor to make cuts. Payments in foreign currency must not be paid to the compensation claims.(3) The detailed regulation of the compensation claims referred to in paragraphs 1, 2 shall be reserved for the law referred to in Article 53 (4). § 53 (4) Sentence 2 applies mutatically.

Section VI
Collared Recognition

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§ 55 Application for collective recognition

(1) The collection recognition (§ 13) is only allowed if the exhibitor requests it. The application shall be made in writing to the Federal Ministry of Finance within three months of the date of entry into force of this Act. After the expiry of this period, the application may only be made if the exhibitor has not been able to make a previous application. The obligation of the exhibitor to appoint a test body in accordance with § 11 shall remain unaffected.(2) The application referred to in paragraph 1 shall be based on the submission of the necessary documents and evidence. In particular, it should be stated where the foreign bonds are likely to be located.(3) The Federal Ministry of Finance shall communicate to the foreign authorised representative and to the examination office the unit numbers of the foreign bonds whose collection recognition has been requested by the exhibitors in accordance with paragraph 1. As long as the application has not yet been decided, applications claiming the recognition of these foreign bonds must not be rejected and those that are not granted for them are not granted. Non-official table of contents

§ 56 investigations

(1) The Federal Ministry of Finance can prepare for the decision on the application Collect recognition at its discretion and impose on the exhibitor the presentation of documents or the provision of other evidence.(2) The Federal Ministry of Finance shall, through public announcements or in any other appropriate manner, invite the Federal Ministry of Finance to enter into lost foreign bonds under the most precise description of their characteristics, in particular the unit number, within a , in writing. The call cannot be made if it appears unTunisian.(3) In the case of the investigations referred to in paragraph 1, the Federal Ministry of Finance may claim the legal and administrative assistance of the bodies responsible under this law to the same extent as an international authorized representative and the assistance of the Examination Office. operate. It may commission subordinate federal authorities with the self-employed preparation of the decision. Non-official table of contents

§ 57 Decision on collective recognition

(1) The Federal Ministry of Finance shall decide by agreement with the Federal Ministry of Justice on the application for collective recognition at the discretion of the courts.(2) Foreign bonds which have been indicated in the event of a call pursuant to Article 56 (2) shall not be included in the collection recognition unless the loss indication is manifestly unfounded or the interests of the Justifiable in any other way.(3) The decision to grant the application for collective recognition in whole or in part shall be notified to the exhibitor, the foreign agent and the audit office, as well as to the trustees and payment agents. Foreign bonds recognised by the decision are to be included in the official list (§ 12). The Federal Ministry of Finance or the body designated by it shall arrange for its publication. Non-official table of contents

§ 58 Implementing Regulations

The Federal Government can implement the procedure to be observed in the cases of § § 55 to 57 Legal Regulation.

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Approval of collateral

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§ 59 Conditions of Release

(1) May, under the terms and conditions applicable to foreign bonds of a given type, the payment or deposit of the amount or part of the amount due by the issuer. In the case of the calculation of the amount to be paid or to be paid, no account shall be taken of the total or partial release of the rights which have been justified in order to secure the claims arising from the bonds.
1.
Foreign bonds that have become powerless according to § 50,
2.
Foreign bonds deemed to be powerless in accordance with § 6.
(2) Paragraph 1 applies in particular for the deletion or release of basic and shipping rights, the retransmission to the Securing of expropriated property and the dismissal of guarantor. It shall apply mutably if the issuer or a third party has undertaken not to place a burden on its assets or individual assets before the total or partial redemption of the foreign bonds, or only under certain conditions.(3) The release or cancellation of the rights and liabilities referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2 may be required in the event of payment or deposit of a sum calculated in accordance with paragraph 1 only if the payment or deposit is otherwise the subject of the Terms and conditions applicable to the foreign bonds. The release or cancellation cannot therefore be refused because the exhibitor or a third party has not complied with deadlines or dates, if this is exclusively a consequence of statutory provisions, of war or of others from the exhibitor. or the third party was not in a position to be represented. Non-official table of contents

Section 60 Judicial enforcement of the release request

(1) If you are under the conditions of Section 59, The issuer may request the release or cancellation of the rights and obligations referred to in § 59 (1), (2) in the Chamber responsible for the seat of the securities settlement.(2) The court shall provide the trustees and payment agents as well as any third parties whose interests may be affected by the release, a copy of the application and its reasons and giving them the opportunity to submit their observations. The exhibitor shall attach the required copies to his application.(3) The application may only be granted in so far as the exhibitor proves that the conditions for the release request are fulfilled.(4) The decision to grant, in whole or in part, to an application in accordance with paragraph 1 shall not be adopted at the earliest three months after the notification of the application to the trustees, payment agents and third parties referred to in paragraph 2, it shall: because they have expressly waived their compliance with this deadline. The decision shall specify in detail the rights or obligations to be released or to be cancelled, together with an indication of the rights or obligations which it has appointed or has taken over.(5) The decision of the chamber for securities settlement shall be notified to the issuer and to the trustees, payment agents and to the third parties referred to in paragraph 2.(6) The decision of the Board of Securities Settlement shall be subject to an immediate appeal to the issuer and to the trustees, payment agents and the third parties referred to in paragraph 2 of this Article in accordance with Section 34 of the Securities Reunification Act of 19 June 2008. August 1949 (WiGBl. 295), the competent Higher Regional Court. The immediate appeal shall be lodged with the Chamber of securities settlement within three months in writing or in the minutes of the office of the office. The notice of appeal shall begin with the notification of the decision to the appellant; no reinstatement will take place in the previous stand against their failings. When the appeal is filed by a notice of appeal, the complaint must be signed by a lawyer. The complaint may be based on new facts and evidence. In addition, paragraphs 2 and 3 shall apply in accordance with the appeal procedure. No further complaint will be made. Non-official table of contents

§ 61 Action of release decision

If a request pursuant to § 60 has been accepted in whole or in part, the final decision The declaration of intent of the creditors, trustees, payment agents and other bodies otherwise required for the release or cancellation of the rights and obligations referred to in § 59.

Section VIII
Costs

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§ 62 Process Cost

(1) In Proceedings before the foreign authorised representative and the examination office shall not be charged.(2) In the proceedings before the Chamber for Securities Settlement in accordance with § 31, the applicant shall only be obliged to pay the costs if the application is rejected for a court decision or the proceedings are terminated due to the withdrawal of the application.(3) In the proceedings before the Chamber for Securities Settlement in accordance with § 47, the applicant is only obliged to pay the costs,
1.
if the recognition is rejected and it is found that the login was manifestly unfounded, or
2.
if the grant of a notice is rejected or
3.
if the procedure is due to Withdrawal of the application.
In this procedure, the exhibitor is only obliged to pay the costs if an objection he has filed is rejected or if the proceedings for withdrawal of the opposition are rejected. is set.(4) Paragraph 3, first sentence, no. 1, 3 shall apply mutatily to the proceedings before the Chamber of Securities Reunification in accordance with Section 52 (2).(5) For a fee-based decision of the Board of Securities Settlement referred to in paragraphs 2 to 4, a fee with a rate of 1.0 according to Table B of Section 34 (2) of the Court of First Instance and Notary Costs Act shall be charged.(6) In the proceedings before the Chamber for Securities Settlement in accordance with § 60, the exhibitor is charged a fee with a fee rate of 1.0 in accordance with Table B of Section 34 (2) of the General Court and Notary Costs Act (notary and notary).(7) The fees in the appeal procedure are determined in accordance with part 1 of the main section 4 subsection 1 of the cost directory for the court and notary fees law. However, in any case, the value of the law governing the subject-matter of the complaint shall be decisive for the assessment of the fee.(8) In the case of registrations, with which the recognition of a refund item (§ 3 para. 1 no. 3) or a notice of arrest for one up to the 8. The applicant shall not be obliged to pay any costs in any case, including the withdrawal of a foreign bond from a foreign bond, which is withdrawn in May 1945.(9) The business value is determined according to the conditions on the reporting date (§ 19), in the proceedings according to § 60 according to the conditions at the time of the application.(10) The rules on the obligation to perform cost benefits and the security performance of costs shall be applied only in the procedure provided for in § 60. Non-official table of contents

§ 63 Repayment of expenses

(1) The exhibitor has the costs of the notice pursuant to Section 11 (3) as well as for the Publications pursuant to section 12 (2).(2) The exhibitor shall reimburse the Examination Office the expenses incurred by the issuer in the performance of its task, insofar as they are appropriate.(3) On request, the exhibitor shall reimburse the applicant for the expenses, in particular bank and brokerage fees, which have been incurred by the applicant through the application and the examination procedure, including an appeal procedure. However, the fees of a legal adviser who the notifier has received in the proceedings before the foreign representative or in the proceedings before the Chamber for securities resettlement shall be reimbursed only if the foreign agent or the chamber is responsible for: In the case of an application by the applicant, the repayment of securities has been determined by the request of a legal adviser after the situation of the case. The exhibitor does not need to replace expenses incurred by the declarant by filing an appeal (Section 29 (2)) or by an appeal without any success.(4) The applicant's claim for reimbursement of expenses pursuant to paragraph 3 is excluded,
1.
if: the applicant has withdrawn the application or
2.
if the applicant is obligated to pay the costs pursuant to § 62 (3) or without taking into account § 62 (8) or
3.
if the foreign agent found in a negative decision which had become binding that the application was manifestly unfounded, or
4.
if the determination referred to in paragraph 3 has been taken in a decision which definitively rejected an appeal by the declarant .
(5) The competent foreign agents may make payments, to which the issuer is obliged under paragraphs 3, 4, for the account of the exhibitor and request appropriate advances from the exhibitor for this purpose. The exhibitor may not object to the payments made by the international authorized representative if he has generally agreed to the amount of the payment or if it complies with the provisions of the law which are determined by a regulation adopted pursuant to section 65 of this Regulation. have been fixed.(6) The exhibitor shall be obliged to reimburse the trustees and payment agents at the request of all expenses incurred by them through a procedure regulated by this law. Paragraph 5 shall apply mutatily.(7) The expenses shall be reimbursed in the currency in which they were incurred. Non-official table of contents

§ 64 Administrative tax

(1) The exhibitors have to contribute to the costs incurred by the implementation of this law shall be subject to an appropriate administrative levy. The amount of the levy will be determined by the Federal Government by means of a regulation. It shall be calculated on the basis of the nominal amount of the foreign bonds issued; items which were satisfied when this law entered into force or which are deemed to be force-free pursuant to § 6 shall be deducted from the assessment.(2) The administrative levy shall be levied by the Federal Ministry of Finance or the body designated by it. It must be paid to the Federal Office of the Federal Republic of Germany. One third of the levy paid by each exhibitor shall be paid to the country in which the exhibitor is located.The administrative levy shall be recovered in accordance with the rules laid down in the rules of taxation and its implementing rules. Non-official table of contents

§ 65 Implementing provisions

The Federal Government may, by means of a legal regulation, apply provisions for the implementation of § § 63, 64 , in particular for the purpose of setting out a set of guidelines for the expenses to be paid by the exhibitor and for the implementation of the payments to be made by the exhibitor as well as the collection of the administrative levy in the individual rules. name="BJNR005530952BJNG000900311 " />

Section IX
Supplemental Rules

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§ 66 Binding effect of the Decisions

Decisions concerning the recognition of a foreign bond issued under this Act, which are no longer subject to any dispute, and the determination of the legitimate acquisition of a foreign bond shall bind the courts and the courts. Administrative authorities as far as this law does not give otherwise. Non-official table of contents

§ 67 exclusive jurisdiction

The responsibilities provided for in this law are exclusive. Non-official table of contents

§ 68 Pfandrights and other rights of third parties to foreign bonds

(1) Pfandgcreditor and others may be entitled to the right of collateral Register a foreign bond for the legitimate acquirer (§ 38) or participate in the examination procedure in addition to the applicant and independently appeal the legal remedy.(2) Pfandrights and other rights of third parties to foreign bonds shall continue to apply to the claims for compensation in accordance with § § 52 to 54. Non-official table of contents

§ 69 Sensual rules applicable

(1) Unless otherwise specified in this Act, the following are: to apply the provisions of the Law on the Procedure in Family Matters and in the Matters of Voluntary Jurisdiction in accordance with the provisions of the law.(2) Furthermore, the following provisions of the Securities Cleansing Act of 19 shall apply in accordance with the following provisions: August 1949 (WiGBl. 295):
1.
§ 53 (1), (2) on the right to information. If a foreign bond whose property has been lost by the former owner against his will has been acknowledged, the former owner may ask the issuer for information on whom and from which position the bond has been recognised; § 53 Paragraph 4 of the Securities Reunification Act shall apply mutationally. A year after the publication of the recognised foreign bond in the official list (§ 12);
2.
§ § 54 to 58 on the supervision of the foreign bonds issued by the German government. the exhibitors and verifiers of the above obligations by the banking supervisory authorities and their powers in the examination procedure, section 59 (7) on the fees to be levied in the proceedings pursuant to Section 57 of the German Securities Reunification Act as well as § 34 para. 1, 2, 5 for the immediate appeal against a decision taken pursuant to Section 57 of the Securities Cleansing Act. The time limits for the filing of legal remedies by the banking supervisory authorities (Section 54 (3) of the Securities Reunification Act) begin with the notification of the decision to the issuer if the banking supervisory authority does not already have the right to issue the Decision to take part in the proceedings.
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§ 70 deliveries

(1) deliveries made under this law or shall be carried out in accordance with the provisions of this Act, in such a way as to enable the document to be supplied to the consignee against a date and signature and to be placed on a copy of the document Certificate of receipt shall be issued. The same shall apply to communications by registered letter against receipt.(2) Orders abroad may be brought about by registered letter against receipt if the State in which the service is to be executed agrees. Non-official table of contents

§ 71 Chambers for securities settlement

(1) Under the Chambers for securities settlement within the meaning of this Act, the following are the following: Section 29 of the Securities Unification Act of 19. August 1949 (WiGBl. 295) are to be understood as meaning chambers of securities settlement.(2) The State Justice Department may delegate one of them to the districts of several Chambers for securities settlement of one of them, under this Act. Non-official table of contents

Section 72 Decision-making power of the Chairman of the Board of Securities Resettlement Board

(1) The Chairman of the Chamber for Securities resettlement can be made without confiscation
1.
Decisions and other arrangements according to § 4, sentence 4, § 47 (3), § 49 (1) Nos. 1, 2 and § 70,
2.
Order the collection of evidence and
3.
recognise a foreign bond submitted in accordance with § 40.
(2) The chairman shall decide whether or not to grant the confiscation according to paragraph 1. Discretion. Non-official table of contents

§ 73 majority of exhibitors

(1) Foreign bonds have been issued by several exhibitors, the exhibitors to jointly appoint the test centre (§ 11).(2) If the exhibitors are unable to agree on the designation of the inspection body, the audit body shall be determined by the banking supervisory authorities involved.(3) In the cases referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2, the powers which, in accordance with this Act, depend on the seat of the exhibitor shall be determined by the seat of the examination office. Non-official table of contents

§ 74 Foreign bonds of the German Reich and the former country Prussia

(1) As an exhibitor of the former country For the purposes of this Act, Prussia issued foreign bonds shall apply to the Federal Republic of Germany as long as something else is not determined.(2) The Federal Office for Central Services and Open Property Issues is the Federal Office for Central Services and Open Property Issues; the authority of the banking supervisory authority shall be the Federal Office for Central Services and Open Property Issues. of finances. The office of the Federal Office for Central Services and Open Property Issues shall determine the responsibility of the Chamber of Securities Reunification. Non-official table of contents

§ 75 import and export regulations

In-and foreign regulations, according to which payments or import, export, The transfer and redemption of securities shall be prohibited or shall be permitted only with the approval or under special conditions shall remain unaffected. Non-official table of contents

§ 76 Implementing Provisions

(1) The Federal Government may, by means of a legal regulation, apply the provisions of this Act -adjust the rules, customs and customs rules applicable to foreign bonds of a particular type or in the country of destination or the State in which the applicant is domiciled, domiciled, habituated or established .(2) The provisions laid down in paragraph 1 shall not make it possible to modify the conditions for the recognition of a foreign bond or the grant of a notice of detention, nor to make it difficult to take measures to be taken by the parties under this Act; or shall be excluded or restricted in accordance with this law.(3) Legal regulations in accordance with § 1 paragraph 2, § 5 para. 3, 4, § 8 paragraph 1 sentence 3, paragraph 6, § 9 para. 1, 4 and 5, § 21 para. 2, § 23 para. 5, § 24 para. 4, § 35 para. 2, § 58, § 76 para. 1 do not require the approval of the Bundesrat.

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§ 77 Involvement of the Bedevoted Land

(1) Regulations pursuant to § 5 (3), (4), § 8 (1) sentence 3, § 9 para. 1, 4 and 5, § 21 para. 2, § 23 para. 5, § 24 para. 4, § 35 para. 2, § 76 para. 1 are to be issued only after the participating Bedevoted Land has agreed to the intended settlement. The same shall apply to the amendment or repeal of the designated Regulations. Any further obligations arising out of an agreement with the country of begion concerning the remission and content of the Regulations shall remain unaffected.(2) In the case of measures requiring the participation of the devotional country in accordance with this law, it is sufficient for the participation of associations of the Begional Land, which carry out the interests of the creditors of German foreign bonds, if the Government of the State of the Begion is responsible for the participation of the The State of the State in which it is located agrees. Consent may be deemed to be granted if the Government does not object within three months of notification of the proposed measures.

Footnote

§ 77 para. 1 sentence 1 italic print: Contrary empowerment

Section X
Final Provisions

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§ 78 Land Berlin

(1) This law applies in accordance with § § 13 and 14 of the Law on the Status of the Land Berlin in the financial system of the Federal Republic of Germany (Third Transfer Act) of 4. January 1952 (Bundesgesetzblatt I, p. 1) in Berlin (West). (2) Insofar as this law is applicable to the securities settlement act of 19. August 1949 (WiGBl. 295) and the Law amending and supplementing the Securities Reunification Act of 29 June 2008. March 1951 (Bundesgesetzbl. 211), the Berlin Securities Reunification Act of 26 May will be replaced by the law in Berlin in the application of the law. September 1949 (Regulation bl. for Groß-Berlin I p. 346) and the Berlin law amending and supplementing the securities settlement act of 12. July 1951 (Law and Regulation). for Berlin p. 530). Non-official table of contents

§ 79 Entry into force

This law will enter into force on the first day of the calendar month following the announcement. Non-official table of contents

Appendix 1 (§ 1 para. 1)
Directory of foreign bonds

(Fundstelle: BGBl. Part III 4139-2, pp. 118-128;
of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)

A. Debt securities of the German Kingdom and the former country Preußen
Lfd. No. Label Currency Beetland
1Deutsche outward bond 1924 (Dawes-Anleihe)-Bonds to the owner
a)Pound 7% Sterling debt securities of the German Reich of 1924. -Belgian editionpoundBelgium
b)Pound 7% Sterling debt securities of the German Reich of 1924. -Dutch editionPoundThe Netherlands
c)Pound 7% Sterling debt securities of the German Reich of 1924. -French editionpoundFrance
d)7% Lire-Bonds of the German Reich of 1924. -italian editionLireItaly
e)Pound 7% Sterling debt securities of the German Reich of 1924. -German editionPoundSwitzerland
f)Pound 7% Sterling debt securities of the German Reich of 1924. -Swiss editionPoundSwitzerland
g)7% Swiss Franconia bonds issued by the German Reich in 1924. -Swiss editionsfrs.Switzerland
h)Pound 7% Sterling debt securities of the German Reich of 1924. -British editionPoundsUnited Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
i) 7 percent gold debentures (total edition in the United States of America $110,000,000)$United States of America
26% Outer bond of the German Reich of 1930 (Kreuger bond)-Gold bonds with 50 years old Runtime$Sweden
3 International 5 1/2% bond of the German Reich 1930 (Young-Anleihe)-Bonds on the holder
a)belgian outputBelgas or bfrs.Belgium
b)Dutch editionhfl.The Netherlands
c)French outputffrs.France
d)italian outputLireItaly
e)Swedish editionscr.Sweden
f)German editionRMSwitzerland
g) Swiss Tranchesfrs.Switzerland
h) International 5 1/2% Sterling debt securities of the German Reich 1930PoundUnited Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
i)Five-and-a-half percent gold bonds (total amount of output in the United States of America $98.250,000) $United States of America
46 1/2% Prussian external bond 1926 The Free State of Prussia (Free State Prussia)-6 1/2% Sinking Fund Gold Bonds-External Loan of 1926$United States of America
56% Preußische outward Anleihe 1927 The Free State of Prussia (Freistaat Prussia)-6% Sinking Fund Gold Bonds-External Loan 1927$United States of America
B. Debt bonds of the German foreign debt conversion fund
Lfd. No.interest ratecurrencymore name
-6 1/2% Sinking Fund Gold Bonds-External Loan 1926 States of America
56% Preußische External Anleihe 1927
The Free State of Prussia (Free State Prussia) $United States of America
-6% Sinking Fund Gold Bonds- External Loan 1927
B. Debt securities of the conversion fund for German foreign debt
Lfd. No. interest rate Currency More name Output tag Bedevoted Land
1a)4%Pound(Series I1. 6.1935)United
1b)4%Pounds (Series II1. 8.1936)Kingdom of
1c)4%Pounds (Series III1. 3.1937)United Kingdom
1d)4%pound (Series IV1. 8.1937)And
1e)4%Pounds (Series V1. 4.1938)Northern Ireland
24%hfl. (Series I1.11.1935)The Netherlands
3a) 4%skr.(Series I2. 3.1936)Sweden
3b)4%skr. (Series II1. 9.1936)Sweden
3c) (Series III1. 3.1937)
3d) (Series IV1. 9.1937)
3e) (Series V1. 4.1938)
3f) (Series VI1.12.1938)
4a)(Series IA1. 7.1935)
4b)4%sfrs. (Series IB1. 7.1935)
4c) (Series IIA15. 8.1936)
4d) (Series IIB15. 8.1936)
53%sfrs. (Old edition)1.12.1936Switzerland
6 3%sfrs.new output1. 3.1937Switzerland
73%sfrs. (Old edition)1.12.1936France
8 3%sfrs.new output1. 3.1937France
93%hfl. (Old edition)1.12.1936The Netherlands
10 3%hfl.new output1. 3.1937The Netherlands
113%$ (Old edition)1. 7.1936United States of America
123%$ New output1. 6.1937United States of America
133% Pound(Old edition)1.12.1936United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
143%PoundNew Output 1. 3.1937United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern
C. Other securities *)
I. Bedevoted land: The Netherlands
Lfd. No.Exhibitors Original interest rate Label Ausg. -Year Currency
in German term in Dutch name
1Deutsche Patent-Wäreschutz Aktiengesellschaft -Dortmund8%partial debt prescriptions1926 hfl.
2Deutsche Rentenbank-Kreditanstalt (Agricultural Central Bank) 6 1/2%Meliorations Bonds1930Sfrs.
3Eschweiler Bergwerk-Verein-Kohlscheid bei Aachen6% partial debentures1927hfl.
4 Hagener Straßenbahn Aktiengesellschaft-Hagen (Westfalen)Tramwegen der Stadt Hagen-Te Hagen (Westfalen)8% Obligations1930hfl.
5St. Josefsheim G.m.b.H. -Berlin-CharlottenburgSt. Josef-Stichting-Berlijn-Charlottenburg7%Obligaties aan Toonder1928 hfl.
6Landesbank der Rheinprovinz in Düsseldorf (now: Rheinische Girozentrale und Provinzial-Bank, Düsseldorf)7%partial debentures1926 hfl.
7Neckar-Aktiengesellschaft-Stuttgart 6%Part bonds1930hfl.
8Ruhrverband-Essen6% Part-level prescriptions1927hfl.
9 Ruhrverband-Essen7%Obligatien I (20-jarige Obligatielening 1930) 1930hfl.
10Ruhrverband-Essen7%Obligatien II (20-year-old (2e) Obligatielening)1930 hfl.
11C. J. Vogel Wire-und Kabelwerke Aktiengesellschaft 7%Obligations1928hfl.
12Osram Gesellschaft mit beschränkter Haftung Kommanditgesellschaft in Berlin7% Part debentures1925$
13Carl Zeiss Foundation in Jena (now: Heidenheim a. d. BrenzCarl Zeiss-Stichting te Jena7%20-jarige eerste Hypothecaire Leening Obligatien aan Toonder 1926hfl.
14Brothers of the H. Francis Catholic Jünglingsheim G.m.b.H., AachenBrothers of H. Franziskus Rechtspersoon: Katholisches Jünglingsheim G.m.b.H. te Aken7%Eerste Hypothecaire 10-jarige Obligatielening Obligatien aan Toonder1926hfl.
15 Brothers of H. Franziskus Katholisches Jünglingsheim G.m.b.H., AachenBrothers of H. Franziskus Rechtspersoon: Katholisches Jünglingsheim G.m.b.H. te Aken 7 1/2%Eerste Hypothecaire 10-jarige Obligatielening Obligatien aan Toonder1929 hfl.
16Congregation of the Sisters of the Christian Schools of Mercy, Menden, Schulverein für das Katholische Lyzeum e.V., End, Krs. IserlohnCongregatie van de Zusters der Christelijke Scholen van Barmhartigheid te Menden bij Iserlohn (Westfalen)8% Eerste Hypothecaire 15 -jarige Obligatielening Obligatien aan Toonder1930hfl.
17Cooperative of the Brothers of the H. Francis to Waldbreitbach Charitas Gesellschaft m.b.H. -Cochem-EbernachGenootschap van de Broeders van den H. Franciscus te Waldbreitbach (Rijnland)8%Eerste Hypothecaire 10-jarige Obligatielening Obligatien 1925hfl.
18Cooperative of the Cellitinnen according to the rule of the Hl. Augustine to CologneOrde of the Zusters Augustinessen Moederhuis Kupfergasse te Keulen7%Eerste Hypothecaire 10-Jarige Obligatielening Obligatien aan Toonder1928hfl.
19 Cooperative of the Sisters of Our Lady G.m.b.H. in Mülhausen (now: City of Cologne)Congregatie der Zusters van Onze Lieve Vrouw te Mülhausen 7%Eerste Hypothecaire 10-jarige Geldleening Obligatien1928hfl.
20Cooperative of the daughters of H. Kreuze -Aspel near Rees (now: Provincial-Administration of the Cooperative of the Daughters of the Hl. Kreuz, DusseldorfCooperative of the Daughters of H. Kreuze -Aspel bij Rees7%Eerste Hypothecaire Obligatielening met 20-jarigen looptijd1925hfl.
21Kath. Church congregation "Heart of Jesus" in PaderbornR. K. Parochie by het H. Hart van Jezus te Paderborn8%Eerste Hypothecaire 10-jarige Geldleening Obligatien1926hfl.
22 Kath. Church of St. Maria Magdalena to Lütgendortmund near DortmundR.-K. Kerkbestuur der Parochie van de H. Maria Magdalena te Lütgendortmund bij Dortmund7% Obligatielening Obligatien aan Toonder1927hfl.
23Catholic Kranken-und Armenhaus Dreikönigen-Hospital -Köln-MülheimRoomsch Katholiek Ziekenhuis Driekoningen-Hospitaal Keulen-Mülheim 7%Eerste Hypothecaire 15 -jarige Obligatielening Obligatien aan Toonder1929hfl.
24Catholic Private Lyceum in Cleve E.V.Roomsch-Katholiek Lyceum te Kleef 6%Eerste Hypothecaire 20-jarige Obligatielening Obligatien1927hfl.
25KettelerGesellschaft e.V. zu Bad NauheimBisshop von Ketteler-Stichting te Bad-Nauheim 7%Eerste Hypothecaire 10-jarige Obligatielening Obligatien aan Toonder1929hfl.
26Monastery of the Cellitinnen zur Hl. Gertrud with the mother house in DürenOrde of the Zusters Augustinessen te Düren7 1/2%Eerste Hypothecaire 10-jarige Obligatielening Obligatien Aan Toonder1927hfl.
27St. Marien-Hospital in Lünen a.d. LipSt. Marien-Hospital te Lünen a/d Lippe7%Eerste Hypothecaire 15 -jarige Obligatielening1929 hfl.
28Verein für das St. Joseph-Stift, BremenSt. Jozef Stichting te Bremen8%10-jarige Geldleening Obligatien1929 hfl.
29West German Province of the Order of the Venerable Sisters Carmelitessen of the Divine Heart of Jesus Theresia Children's House to Neuss St. Josefsheim, Stiftung für heimatlose Kinder zu VechtaWest-Duitsche Provincie van de Orde der E. E. Zusters Carmelitessen van het goddelijk Hart van Jezus Theresia-Kinderhuis te Neuss 7%Eerste Hypothecaire 10-jarige Obligatielening Obligatien aan Toonder1930 hfl.
II. Bedevoted land: Switzerland
(all on sfrs. lauding)
Lfd. No. Exhibitors Original interest rate Label Issue Year
1 Baden, Free State6 1/2%Bonds (bonds) 1926
2Badische Girozentrale, public bank of the Badisches Sparkassen-und Giroverbandes in Mannheim (now: Badische Municipal Landesbank Girozentrale-Mannheim)6 1/2%partial debt prescriptions1928
3Badische Landeselektrizity-versorgung Aktiengesellschaft (now: Badenwerk A.G.) in Karlsruhe6% partial debits1928
4Badische Landeselektrizity-Supply Aktiengesellschaft (now: Badenwerk A.G.) in Karlsruhe6%Parents of partial bonds 1930
5Berliner Städtische Elektrizitätswerke A.G. (now: Berliner Kraft-und Licht (Bewag) -Aktiengesellschaft) 7%partial bonds (bonds)1925
6Bochum, City5%Part bonds 1926
7Dortmund, city5% Part bonds1926
8Electricity-Actien-Gesellschaft Note: W. Lahmeyer & Co. -Frankfurt a.M.6%Bonds (bonds)1927
9Felten & Guilleaume Carlswerk Actien-Gesellschaft in Köln-Mülheim5 1/2% Part-level prescriptions1927
10Freiburg im Breisgau, City5%Part-bonds1926
11Trade union of the Steincoal mine Graf Schwerin to Castrop-Rauxel, with the administrative headquarters in Bochum (now: Mining-Aktiengesellschaft Lorraine) 4 1/2%Commitment Notes1930
12 Trade union of the coal mine Graf Schwerin to Castrop-Rauxel, with the administrative headquarters in Bochum (now: Mining-Aktiengesellschaft Lorraine)- Zinstillation notes1930
13Heidelberg, City5%Part-bonds1926
14Hessische Eisenbahn-Aktiengesellschaft (Heag) in Darmstadt (now: Hessische Electriity- Aktiengesellschaft Darmstadt)6 1/2%partial debentures1929
15 Karlsruhe, City5%Part Enrolments1926
16Constance, City6%Bonds (Obligations) 1928
17power transmission systems Rheinfelden 5%Obligations1927
18 Kraftwerk Reckingen Aktiengesellschaft4 1/2%Obligations1930
19Krefeld, City5%Partial Debt Prescriptions 1926
20Lech-Elektrizitätswerke Aktien-Gesellschaft, Augsburg 7%Obligations1926
21Lech-Elektrizitätswerke Aktien-Gesellschaft, Augsburg7%Obligations 1929
22Nordwestdeutsche Kraftwerke Aktiengesellschaft: see "Siemens" Electrical Companies Aktiengesellschaft
23 Nuremberg, City5%Part bonds1926
24Rheinkraftwerk Albbruck-Dogern Aktiengesellschaft5 1/2% Obligations1930
25Schluchseewerk Aktiengesellschaft 6%Obligations1929
26 "Siemens" Electrical Companies Aktiengesellschaft (now: Nordwestdeutsche Kraftwerke Aktiengesellschaft)4 1/2% Partial Bonds1908/36/41
27"Siemens" Electrical Betriebe Aktiengesellschaft (now: Nordwestdeutsche Kraftwerke Aktiengesellschaft)4 1/2%Parents of partial bonds 1912
28" Siemens " Electrical Companies Aktiengesellschaft (now: Nordwestdeutsche Kraftwerke Aktiengesellschaft)5%partial bonds1913
29Tuchfabrik Lörrach Aktiengesellschaft5%partial bonds 1931
30Untere Iller Aktiengesellschaft in München 6 1/2%Obligations1928
31 Wintershall Aktiengesellschaft in Berlin (Kali-Industrie-AG.)4 1/2%Owner-partial debt prescriptions 1924
32Württemberg, Free State6 1/2% Partial Bonds1931
33Stone Coal Mine Friedrich Heinrich Aktiengesellschaft-Lintfort, Mörs County6%Owner-Part-bonds, Serie A 1928
III. Bedevoted land: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
(all to pound lauding)
Lfd. No.Exhibitors interest rate Label Issue year
in German term in english name
1 Berlin, CityCity of Berlin6%Sterling Bonds 1927
2Hamburg, Hanseatic CityState of Hamburg 6%Sterling Bonds1926
3 Cologne, CityCity of Cologne6%Sterling Bonds 1928
4Metallgesellschaft Aktiengesellschaft, Frankfurt a.M. 6 1/2%Sterling Bonds1928
5 Munich, CityCity of Munich6%Sterling Bonds 1928
6Preußische ElektrizitätsAktiengesellschaftPrussian Electric Company 6%Sterling Bonds1928
7 Provincial Association of the Province of WestphaliaProvince of Westphalia7%Sterling Bonds1926
8Deutsches Kalisyndikat G.m.b.H., Berlin The Potash Syndicate of Germany7%25-Year Sinking Fund Gold Loan Series "A" Sterling Bonds 1925
9Deutsches Kalisyndikat G.m.b.H., BerlinThe Potash Syndicate of Germany 7%25-Year Sinking Fund Gold Loan Series "B" Sterling Bonds1926
10Deutsches Kalisyndikat G.m.b.H., BerlinThe Potash Syndicate of Germany6 1/2% 25-Year Sinking Fund Gold Loan Series "C" Sterling Bonds1929
11 Hamburger Wasserwerke G.m.b.H.Hamburg Waterworks6%Sterling Loan 1928
IV. Bedevoted land: United States of America
(all on $lautend)
Lfd. No.Exhibitors Original interest rate Label Issue Year
in German term in American label
1General Electricity Society (AEG)General Electric Company, Germany 7%Twenty-Year Sinking Fund Gold Debentures -Due January 15, 19451925
2General Electricity Society (AEG)General Electric Company, Germany6 1/2% Fifteen-Year Gold Sinking Fund Debentures-Due December 1, 19401925
3General Electricity Society (AEG)General Electric Company, Germany6% Twenty-Years Sinking Fund Gold Debentures-Due May 1, 19481928
4 BayerischPfälzische CitiesBavarian Palatinate Consolidated Cities, Germany7%External Serial Gold Bonds1926
5Bavaria, Free StateFree State of Bavaria6 1/2%Serial Gold Bonds1925
6Bavaria, Free StateFree State of Bavaria6 1/2% External Twenty Year Sinking Fund Gold Bonds-Due August 1, 19451925
7 Berlin, CityCity of Berlin6 1/2%Twenty-five Year Sinking Fund Gold Bonds-Due April First, 19501925
8Berlin, StadtCity of Berlin6%Thirty Year External Sinking Fund Gold Bonds-Due June 15, 19581928
9Berliner Städtische Elektrizitätswerke Act. -Ges. (now: Berliner Kraft-und Licht (Bewag) -Aktiengesellschaft)Berlin City Electric Company, Incorporated6 1/2%Twenty-five Year Sinking Fund Debentures-Due December 1, 1951 1926
10Berliner Städtische Elektrizitätswerke Act. -Ges. (now: Berliner Kraft-und Licht (Bewag) -Aktiengesellschaft) Berlin City Electric Company, Incorporated6 1/2%Thirty-Year Sinking Fund Debentures-Due February 1, 1959 1929
11Berliner Städtische Elektrizitätswerke Act. -Ges. (now: Berliner Kraft-und Licht (Bewag)-Aktiengesellschaft)Berlin City Electric Company, Incorporated6%Twenty-five Year Debentures-Due April 1, 19551930
12Oberschwäbische Elektrizitätswerke district associationConsolidated Hydro-Electric Works of Upper Wurttemberg7%First Mortgage Thirty-Year Sinking Fund Gold Bonds-Due January 15, 19561926
13BraunkohlenIndustrie-Aktien-gesellschaft "Zukunft" Brown Coal Industrial Corporation" Future "6 1/2%Sinking Fund Mortgage Gold Bonds Series A -Due April 1, 1953 1928
14Bremen, Free Hanseatic CityState of Bremen (Free Hanseatic City of Bremen)7%Ten-Year External Loan Gold Bonds-Due September 1, 19351925
15Central Committee for the Inner Mission of the German Evangelical Church(Protestant Church in Germany Welfare) Institutions Loan)7%Twenty Year Secured Sinking Fund Gold Bonds1926
16German-Atlantic Telegraph SocietyGerman Atlantic Cable Company7% First Mortgage Twenty-Year Sinking Fund Gold Dollar Bonds-Due April 1, 19451925
17 Deutsche Landesbankenzentrale AktiengesellschaftCentral Bank of German State & Provincial Banks, Inc.6% First Mortgage Secured Gold Sinking Fund Bonds Series A-Due August 1, 19521927
18 Deutsche Landesbankenzentrale AktiengesellschaftCentral Bank of German State & Provincial Banks, Inc.6% Mortgage Secured Gold Sinking Fund Bonds Series B-Due October 1, 19511927
19 Deutsche Landesbankenzentrale Aktiengesellschaft as Central Agent for: Hannoversche Landeskreditanstalt, Landesbank der province Schleswig-Holstein, Brandenburgische Provinzialbank and Giro-Zentrale, Landesbank der Rheinprovinz, Landesbank der province Westfalen, Nassauische Landesbank, Badische Sparkassen-und Giroverband, Badische Girozentrale, Württembergische Sparkassen-und Giroverband and other municipal banks, middle and east Germany Central Bank of German State & Provincial Banks, Inc.6 1/2%German Provincial and Communal Banks Consolidated Agricultural Loan -Secured Sinking Fund Gold Bonds Series A -Due June 1, 19581928
20German Rentenbank-Kreditanstalt Agricultural Central BankGerman Central Bank for Agriculture7%First Lien Gold Farm Loan Sinking Fund Bonds-Due September 15, 19501925
21German Rentenbank-Kreditanstalt Agricultural Central BankGerman Central Bank for Agriculture6%Farm Loan Secured Gold Sinking Fund Bonds-Due July 15, 19601927
22Deutsche Rentenbank-Kreditanstalt Agricultural Central BankGerman Central Bank for Agriculture6%Farm Loan Secured Gold Sinking Fund Bonds -Second Series of 1927-Due October 15, 19601927
23Deutsche Rentenbank-Kreditanstalt Agricultural Central BankGerman Central Bank for Agriculture6%Farm Loan Secured Gold Sinking Fund Bonds -Series A of 1928-Due April 15, 19381928
24German Sparkassen-und GiroverbandGerman Savings Banks and Clearing Association7%German Consolidated Municipal Loan -Sinking Fund Secured Gold Bonds-Series of 1926 due 1947-Due February 1, 19471926
25German Sparkassen-und GiroverbandGerman Savings Banks and Clearing Association6%German Consolidated Municipal Loan -Sinking Fund Secured Gold Bonds-Series due 19471928
26Dortmunder Wasserwerksgesellschaft m.b.H., Dortmunder Aktiengesellschaft für Gaslighting, Dortmunder Straßenbahnen G.m.b.H. (now: Dortmunder Stadtwerke Aktiengesellschaft)Dortmund Municipal Utilities 6 1/2%Twenty-Year Sinking Fund Mortgage Gold Bonds-Due October 1, 19481928
27Dusseldorf, cityCity of Duesseldorf7% External Serial Gold Bonds1925
28Duisburg, city City of Duisburg7%Serial Gold Bonds1925
29Electricity unit Unterelbe, AktiengesellschaftUnterelbe Power & Light Company 6%Twenty-five Year Sinking Fund Mortgage Gold Bonds, Series A -Due April 1, 19531928
30Elektrowerke AktiengesellschaftElectric Power Corporation6 1/2% First Mortgage Sinking Fund Gold Bonds -Series Due 19501925
31 Elektrowerke AktiengesellschaftElectric Power Corporation6 1/2%First Mortgage Sinking Fund Gold Bonds -Series Due 19531928
32Frankfurt am Main, Stadt City of Frankfort-on-Main7%Serial Gold Bonds External Loan of 1925 1925
33Frankfurt am Main, cityCity of Frankfort-on-Main 6 1/2%Twenty-five-Year Sinking Fund Gold Bonds Municipal External Loan of 1928-Due May 1, 19531928
34Gas and Eltwerke communale Aktiengesellschaft RecklinghausenMunicipal Gas and Electric Corporation of Recklinghausen7%First Mortgage Twenty-Year Sinking Fund Gold Bonds-Due December 1, 1947 1927
35Total association of the eight Bavarian diocesesRoman Catholic Church in Bavaria6 1/2%Twenty-Year Sinking Fund Gold Bonds Series A-Due March 1, 19461926
36Gesellschaft für electric Hoch-und Untergrundbahnen in Berlin-(jetzt: Berliner Verkehrs-establishments (BVG))Berlin Electric Elevated and Underground Railways Company6 1/2%Thirty-Year First Mortgage Sinking Fund Gold Bonds-Due October 1, 1956 1926
37Gesfürel (Gesellschaft für Electrical Unterventures) Gesfürel6%Sinking Fund Gold Debentures-Due June 1, 19531928
38Großkraftwerk Mannheim AktienGesellschaft, Pfalzwerke AktiengesellschaftMannheim and Palatinate Electric Companies7%Fifteen-Year Sinking Fund Mortgage Gold Bonds-Due June 1, 19411926
39Gutehoffnungshütte, Aktienverein für Bergbau und Hüttenbetrieb; Gutehoffnungshütte Oberhausen Aktiengesellschaft" Good Hope Steel and Iron Works "7%Twenty-Year Sinking Fund Mortgage Gold Bonds-Due October 15, 1945 1925
40Hamburger Hochbahn AktiengesellschaftHamburg Elevated Underground and Street Railways Co.5 1/2%Ten-Year Gold Loan -Due June 1, 19381928
41Hamburg State (Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg)State of Hamburg (Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg) 6%Twenty-Year Gold Bonds-Due October 1, 19461926
42 Hannover, CityCity of Hanover7%Ten Year External Convertible Gold Bonds-Due November 1, 19391929
43Hannover, Stadt City of Hanover7%External Sinking Fund Gold Bonds-Due November 1, 1959 1929
44Harpener BergbauAktien-GesellschaftHarpen Mining Corporation 6%Gold Mortgage Bonds, Series of 1929-Due January 1, 19491929
45Harzwasserwerke der Province HannoverProvince of Hanover Harz Water Works6% Sinking Fund Gold Bonds, First Series -Due August 1, 19571927
46 Harzwasserwerke der Province HannoverProvince of Hanover Harz Water Works6 1/2%Sinking Fund Gold Bonds, Second Series -Due February 1, 19491929
47Ilseder Hütte Ilseder Steel Corporation6%Gold Mortgage Bonds-Series of 1928-Due August 1, 1948 1928
48Rudolph Karstadt AktiengesellschaftRudolph Karstadt, Incorporated 6%First Mortgage Collateral Sinking Fund Bonds-Due November 1, 19431928
49Cologne, CityCity of Cologne6 1/2% Twenty-five Year Sinking Fund Gold Bonds-Due March 15, 19501925
50 Königsberger Zellstoff-Fabriken und Chemische Werke Koholyt AktiengesellschaftKoholyt Corporation6 1/2% First (Closed) Mortgage Sinking Fund Gold Bonds1928
51Municipal Landesbank in DarmstadtMunicipal Bank of the State of Hessen7%Serial Gold Bonds 1925
52Lüneburger Kraft-, Licht-und Wasserwerke Gesellschaft mit beschränkter Haftung Luneburg Power, Light and Waterworks, Ltd.7%First Mortgage Twenty-Year Sinking Fund Gold Bonds-Due May 1, 1948 1928
53Mansfeld Aktiengesellschaft für Bergbau und HüttenbetriebMansfeld Mining and Smelting Company7%Fifteen Year (closed) Mortgage Sinking Fund Gold Bonds-Due May 1, 1941 1926
54"Miag" Mühlenbau und IndustrieAktiengesellschaft (now: G.m.b.H.)Miag Mill Machinery Company7%Closed First Mortgage Thirty-Year Sinking Fund Gold Bonds-Due June 1, 1956 1926
55Munich, cityCity of Munich 7%Serial Gold Bonds1925
56 Norddeutscher Lloyd (Bremen)North German Lloyd Bremen6%Twenty-Year Sinking Fund Gold Bonds-Due November 1, 19471927
57Norddeutscher Lloyd (Bremen) North German Lloyd Bremen4%Sinking Fund Bonds of 1933-Due November 1, 1947 1933
58Nuremberg, CityCity of Nuremberg 6%External Twenty-five Year Sinking Fund Gold Bonds-Due August 1, 19521927
59Oberpfalzwerke Aktiengesellschaft for Electricity Supply (now: Energy Supply Ostbayern Aktiengesellschaft)Oberpfalz Electric Power Corporation7%First Mortgage Sinking Fund Gold Bonds1926
60Oldenburg, Free StateFree State of Oldenburg7% External Serial Gold Bonds1925
61Pfälzische Cities: see BayerischPfälzische Cities
62Pfalzwerke Aktiengesellschaft: see Großkraftwerk Mannheim
63Preußische ElektrizitätsAktiengesellschaft (Preußenelektra)Prussian Electric Company6%Sinking Fund Gold Debentures-Due February 1, 1954 1929
64Rhein-Elbe UnionRheinelbe Union 7%Twenty-Year Sinking Fund Mortgage Gold Bonds-Due January 1, 19461926
65RheinischWestfälisches Elektrizitätswerk Aktien-GesellschaftRhine-Westphalia Electric Power Corporation 7%Direct Mortgage Gold Bonds-Due November 1, 19501925
66RheinischWestfälisches Elektrizitätswerk Aktien-GesellschaftRhine-Westphalia Electric Power Corporation 6%Direct Mortgage Gold Bonds-Due May 1, 19521927
67 RheinischWestfälisches Elektrizitätswerk Aktien-GesellschaftRhine-Westphalia Electric Power Corporation6% Consolidated Mortgage Gold Bonds-Due August 1, 19531928
68 RheinischWestfälisches Elektrizitätswerk Aktien-GesellschaftRhine-Westphalia Electric Power Corporation6% Consolidated Mortgage Gold Bonds-Due April 1, 19551930
69Rhein-Main-Donau AktiengesellschaftRhine-Main-Danube Corporation7%Sinking Fund Gold Debentures, Series A -Due September 1, 19501925
70Roman Catholic ecclesiastic welfare institutions in Germany (Der German Caritas Association Registered Association, The Catholic School Organization Of Germany (National Committee Preußen) Registered Association and The Reichsverband der Katholische Gesellenhäuser, Lehrlings-und Ledigenheime Inserted Verein) Roman Catholic Church Welfare Institutions in Germany7%Twenty-Year Secured Sinking Fund Gold Bonds 1926/28
71Ruhrchemie AktiengesellschaftRuhr Chemical Corporation6%Sinking Fund Mortgage Bonds, Series A-Due April 1, 19481928
72Ruhrgas AktiengesellschaftRuhr Gas Corporation6 1/2% Secured Sinking Fund Bonds, Series A-Due October 1, 19531928
73 RuhrwohnungsbauAktiengesellschaftRuhr Housing Corporation6 1/2%First Mortgage Sinking Fund Bonds -Due November 1, 19581928
74Leonhard Tietz Aktiengesellschaft (now: Westdeutsche Kaufhof Aktiengesellschaft)Leonhard Tietz, Incorporated7 1/2%Twenty-Year Mortgage Gold Bonds 1926
75United Badische CitiesConsolidated Municipalities of Baden7%External Sinking Fund Gold Bonds-Due January 1, 1951 1926
76Vereinigte Elektrizitätswerke Westfalen G.m.b.H. (now: Aktiengesellschaft) Westphalia United Electric Power Corporation6%First Mortgage Sinking Fund Gold Bonds, Series A-Due January 1, 1953 1928
77Vereinigte Industrieunterprises Aktiengesellschaft (Viag) United Industrial Corporation (Viag)6%Hydro-Electric First (Closed) Mortgage Sinking Fund Gold Bonds 1925
78Vereinigte Industrieunterprises Aktiengesellschaft (Viag)United Industrial Corporation (Viag)6 1/2%Sinking Fund Gold Debentures1926
79Vereinigte Stahlwerke AktiengesellschaftUnited Steel Works Corporation6 1/2%25-Year Sinking Fund Mortgage Gold Bonds, Series A-Due June 1, 19511926
80 Vereinigte Stahlwerke AktiengesellschaftUnited Steel Works Corporation6 1/2% 25-Year Sinking Fund Mortgage Gold Bonds, Series C-Due June 1, 19511926
81 United Steel Works CorporationUnited Steel Works Corporation6 1/2%20-Year Sinking Fund Debentures, Series A -Due July 1, 19471927
82Vestische Kleinbahnen Gesellschaft mit restricted liability (Vestische Straßenbahn G.m.b.H.)Vesten Electric Railways Company7%First Mortgage Twenty Year Sinking Fund Gold Bonds-Due December 1, 19471927
83Water management in the RheinischWestfälische Industriegebiet (Ruhrcarbobezirk), G.m.b.H.Rhine-Ruhr Water Service Union6%Twenty-five Year Sinking Fund External Gold Debentures-Due January 1, 19531928
84 WohnhausGrundstück-Verwertungs-Aktiengesellschaft am Lehniner PlatzHousing and Realty Improvement Company, Berlin7%First (Closed) Mortgage Twenty Year Sinking Fund Gold Bonds1926
85 Württembergische cities and municipalities(State of Wurttemberg Consolidated Municipal External Loan of 1925)7% Serial Gold Bonds1925
86Heidelberg, City City of Heidelberg7 1/2%External Twenty-five Year Sinking Fund Gold Bonds-Due July 1, 1950 1925
87Siemens & Halske Aktiengesellschaft; Siemens-Schuckertwerke, Gesellschaft mit beschränkter Haftung (Limited Liability Company) (now: Stock Corporation)Siemens & Halske Stock Corporation; Siemens-Schuckertwerke Company, Limited6 1/2% Twenty-five Year Sinking Fund Gold Debentures-Due September 1, 19511926
88 Siemens & Halske AktiengesellschaftSiemens & Halske Stock Corporation6%Participating Debentures, Series A -Due January 15, 19301930