Notice To Article 1 Paragraph 2 Of The Tenth Part Of The Treaty On The Regulation Of War And Occupation Of Any Questions

Original Language Title: Bekanntmachung zu Artikel 1 Abs. 2 des Zehnten Teils des Vertrags zur Regelung aus Krieg und Besatzung entstandener Fragen

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Notice to article 1 paragraph 2 of the tenth part of the agreement to the rules of war and occupation of any questions BesatzReglVtrArt1Bek Ausfertigung date: 05.05.1955 full quotation: "Notice to article 1 para 2 of the tenth part of the Treaty on the regulation of war and occupation of reimbursement issues in the Federal Law Gazette Part III, outline number 250-7, adjusted version published" footnote (+++ text detection from validity: 1 1.1964 +++) - pursuant to section 1 of the annex to the tenth part of the contract to the regulation of war and occupation of period issues (in the list IV signed Protocol on the termination of the occupation regime in the Federal Republic of Germany to the on October 23, 1954 in Paris as amended - Bundesgesetzbl. 1955 II p. 405-) in connection with paragraph 2 of article 1 of the tenth part this agreement the Federal Office for the examination of foreign return and recovery claims is established as a federal authority for the receipt, processing and over-riding applications for return and recovery pursuant to paragraph 2 of article 1 of the tenth part of that Treaty.
The Federal Office belongs to the Division of the Federal Minister of Justice. It has its headquarters in Bonn.
For the registration and processing of claims on the basis of article 1 of the tenth part of that Treaty and for the satisfaction of such claims-based decisions, the provisions of the annex to the tenth part of this contract apply to the procedure.
The Federal Chancellor and Federal Minister of for Foreign Affairs of the Federal Minister of Justice