Law On Financial Support Of The Federal Government Under Article 104 Para 4 Of The Basic Law Of The Countries Schleswig-Holstein, Lower Saxony, Germany, Free Hanseatic City Of Bremen, Free And Hanseatic City Of Hamburg

Original Language Title: Gesetz über Finanzhilfen des Bundes nach Artikel 104a Abs. 4 des Grundgesetzes an die Länder Schleswig-Holstein, Niedersachsen, Freie Hansestadt Bremen sowie Freie und Hansestadt Hamburg

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Act grants of the Federal Government pursuant to article 104 para 4 of the basic law in the countries of Schleswig-Holstein, Lower Saxony, free Hanseatic City of Bremen, free and Hanseatic City Hamburg BFinHSHuaG Ausfertigung date: 19.12.1986 full quotation: "law on financial support of the Federal Government under article 104 para 4 of the basic law to the States of Schleswig-Holstein, Lower Saxony, Germany, free Hanseatic City of Bremen, as well as free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg from December 19, 1986 (Federal Law Gazette I p. 2584)" footnote (+++ text detection from) : 1 1.1987 +++) input formula the Bundestag has decided with the consent of the Federal Council the following law: § 1 of the Federal Government grants the States of Schleswig-Holstein, Lower Saxony, Germany, free Hanseatic City of Bremen, as well as free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg grants for particularly significant investments to improve their economic power amounting to a total of 300,000,000 Deutsche mark. The grants are obtained in the years 1987 and 1988 in annual instalments of 150,000,000 Deutsche mark. 52.500.000 Deutsche mark, Lower Saxony, Germany received 30,000,000 Deutsche mark, the free Hanseatic City of Bremen 37,500,000 Deutsche mark as well as the free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg this year amounts Schleswig-Holstein 30,000,000 Deutsche mark.

§ 2 the financial assistance measures promoted to improve infrastructure, especially transport infrastructure, to compensate for different economic strength.

§ 3 monitoring and follow-up are promoted only if they are immediately any causal connection with the measures referred to in paragraph 2.

§ 4 (1) grants are granted on the basis of a year to write on promotion lists of countries. The promotion lists contain the individual measures, the amount of the eligible expenses, the financing plan, the foreseeable period of implementation and a short description of the measures.
(2) the countries send their promotion lists for next year with the request for granting financial assistance the Federal Government by October 1 of each year.
(3) the Federal Government is entitled to exclude individual measures of promoting, if they do not comply with their art for the purpose of bindings defined in this law.
(4) the Federal Government can claim back grants by a country if he has made use of its right under § 4 para 3 and nevertheless funded grants of the Federal Government the country the rejected measure. The same applies if he can reject them with timely information on the measure according to § 4 para 3, the country nevertheless has promoted this measure from financial support of the Federal Government, without to give him the opportunity to exercise this right. The amounts to be deducted on the Federal Government pursuant to sentences 1 and 2 are from the country amounting to 6 per cent by the time of the claim shall be payable on.
(5) funds, received back the lands of the ultimate recipient because not appropriate use, are forwarded to the federal equal to its share of the funding, as far as possible is not an otherwise appropriate usage of these funds by the specific country under this Act; the same applies for interest amounts.

Federal financial assistance be 65 per cent of the eligible expenses section 5 (1).
(2) the budget of the Federal Government be given to countries for independent management. The Ministers and Senators of the finances of the States are authorized to instruct the competent federal funds to pay out the required cash requirements with the relevant country offices.

§ 6 (1) the countries send the Federal Government five months after the close of the financial year a report on the implementation and the level of the measures. They further report the amount of approved, disbursed to them and the spent federal funds, and the spent State funds.
(2) the countries also report the respective conclusion of a measure. The report must contain a numerical proof and a representation of the thing.

7. this law applies section in accordance with § 13 para 1 of the third of Reconciliation Act also in the Federal State of Berlin.

Article 8 this Act into force on January 1, 1987.