Law For The Basel Convention Of 22 March 1989 On The Control Of Transboundary Movements Of Hazardous Wastes And Their Disposal

Original Language Title: Gesetz zu dem Basler Übereinkommen vom 22. März 1989 über die Kontrolle der grenzüberschreitenden Verbringung gefährlicher Abfälle und ihrer Entsorgung

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The Law of the Basel Convention of 22. March 1989 on the control of transboundary movements of hazardous wastes and their disposal (Consent Act to the Basel Convention)

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BaslübkG

Date of issue: 30.09.1994

Full quote:

" Consent Act to the Basle Convention of 30. September 1994 (BGBl. 1994 II p. 2703) "

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(+ + + text evidence from: 15.10.1994 + + +) unofficial table of contents

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The Bundestag has The following law was approved by the Federal Council: Non-official table of contents

Art 1

Dem in New York on 23. The Basel Convention, signed by the Federal Republic of Germany in October 1989, was 22. The Commission has agreed on the monitoring of the transfrontier shipment of hazardous waste and its disposal in March 1989. The Convention shall be published below with an official German translation. Non-official table of contents

Art 2

The Federal Government is authorized to amend the Basel Convention, as well as annexes and protocols to the Basel Conventions, which relate exclusively to scientific, technical or administrative matters, are to be put into effect by means of a regulation with the consent of the Federal Council. It may, in particular, regulate the form and content of the documents to be provided for a shipment and the information requirements of the countries which exist in the implementation of the Convention. Non-official table of contents

Art 3

(1) This law enters into force on the day after it is announced.(2) The date on which the Convention enters into force for the Federal Republic of Germany pursuant to its Article 25 (2) shall be disclosed in the Federal Law Gazly.