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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Announcement of Article 1 (2) of the Tenth Part of the Treaty on War and Occupation of Occupation Issues

Non-official table of contents

Occupation ReglVtrArt1Bek

Date of delivery: 05.05.1955

Full quote:

"Announcement on Article 1 (2) of the Tenth Part of the Treaty on the settlement of war and occupation in the revised version published in the Bundesgesetzblatt Part III, outline number 250-7,"

Footnote

(+ + + Text proof off: 1. 1.1964 + + +) unofficial table of contents

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According to ยง 1 of the Annex to the Tenth Part of the Treaty on the War and Occupation of Occupation Questions (in the list IV to the one on the 23. The Protocol on the termination of the occupation regime in the Federal Republic of Germany was signed in Paris in October 1954-Federal Law Gazette. 405-), in conjunction with paragraph 2 of Article 1 of the Tenth Part of this Treaty, is the Federal Agency for the reception, processing and investigation of applications for the return and recovery referred to in paragraph 2 of Article 1 of the Treaty.
the Federal Office is part of the business unit of the Federal Minister of Justice. The Federal Office of the Federal Office of Justice is part of the Federal Office for the Examination of Foreign Return and Recovery Claims. It shall be based in Bonn.
For the procedure for the notification and processing of claims under Article 1 of the Tenth Part of the said Treaty and for the satisfaction of decisions based on such claims, the following shall apply: Provisions of the Annex to the Tenth Part of this Treaty.

The Federal Chancellor
and Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs
The Federal Minister for Justice