Bee Disease Regulation

Original Language Title: Bienenseuchen-Verordnung

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Bienenseuchen-Regulation

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BienSeuchV

Date of expiry: 10.04.1972

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" Bienenseuchen-Verordnung in der Version der Notice vom 3. November 2004 (BGBl. 2738), as last amended by Article 7 of the Regulation of 17 June 2008. April 2014 (BGBl. I p. 388) "

:Recaught by Bek. v. 3.11.2004 I 2738;
last modified by Art. 7 V v. 17.4.2014 I 388

For details, see the Notes

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The V has been removed from the menu. Federal Minister for Food, Agriculture and Forestry on the basis of § 79 (1) of the Animal Disease Act (idF d). Issued from 27.2.1969 I 158.

I.
Definitions

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§ 1

(1) The bee population in the sense of the regulation is the bees living in a bee dwelling with their brood and their honeycombs.(2) Bee status within the meaning of the Regulation shall be the premises or facilities in which bee colonies are held or held.

II.
General Regulations

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§ 1a

If you want to keep bees, you have to do so at the beginning of the activity of the competent authority, indicating the number of bees of the bee colonies and their location. The competent authority shall record the displayed bee keeping by issuing a register number and submit it via a register. The registration number is twelve-digit and shall be the official key number for the congregation of the beekeeping sector of the municipal disaggregation directory issued by the Federal Statistical Office and a four-digit operating number . unofficial table of contents

§ 2

(1) holdings in which
1.
commercially honey stored or treated,
2.
middle walls for bee honeycombs are made or
3.
Disease Wax is processed or processed
is subject to supervision by the competent authority.(2) In establishments where honey is treated on a commercial basis, items used for the storage, processing, filling and transport of honey must be used after use style="font-weight:normal; font-style:normal; text-decoration:none; ">
1.
thoroughly cleaned with boiling water,
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suspended for at least 20 minutes at a temperature of at least 230 degrees C, or
3.
so stored They will not be accessible to bees.
The operating rooms are to be kept biene tight.(3) Honey from holdings in which honey is treated on a commercial basis may only be disposed of in such a way that it is not accessible to bees.(4) Holders who use honey for the production of fodder pastry must treat the honey with a process prior to the production of the fodder dough by means of which pathogens of transferable bee diseases are killed.The competent authority may order the measures referred to in paragraph 2 and the measures referred to in paragraph 3 for establishments in which the central walls are to be produced for honeycombs or for the treatment or processing of disease wax, to the extent that this is necessary in order to prevent the risk of such diseases being affected by the risk of such diseases. the disappearance of the American Faulbrut is necessary. It may also order that places of the holdings referred to in paragraph 1 where honey is stored or stored are to be kept biene and wax used for the production of central walls for honeycombs shall be subject to a procedure shall be killed by the pathogen of transferable bee diseases, to the extent that this is necessary to prevent the disappearance of the American dilaze. Non-official table of contents

§ 3

It is to be feared that the American Faulbrut, the Acariosis (Milbenseuche), the Varroatose, the Small The competent authority may order an official examination of all the bee colonies and bee stands of the suspect territory, or the spawn of the beetle or the tropilaelaps-mite has spread or spread. Non-official table of contents

§ 4

The owner of bee colonies and bee stalls or his representative is obliged to carry out To provide the necessary assistance. Non-official table of contents

§ 5

(1) The owner or persons responsible for the supervision, maintenance and care of the bee colonies shall have the following: Bee colonies moved to another place immediately after the arrival of the competent authority of the new location or of a body responsible for the place of origin, a certificate issued by the official veterinarian responsible for the place of origin . The certificate must show that the bees have been found to be free of American sloth and that the place of provenant of the bees is not located in a sloth restricted district. The certificate may not be issued before the 1. It shall be issued in September of the previous calendar year and shall not be older than nine months.2. The certificate referred to in paragraph 1 shall be withheld from the authority responsible for the new location or the body responsible for the new location. In the case of bee colonies, which are only temporarily transferred to another place, the certificate shall include in the certificate the place, the beginning and the end of the migration as well as the bee disease identified at the place of the migration or on the bee level. The certificate shall be returned to the owner or persons entrusted with the supervision, maintenance or care of the bee colonies if the bee colonies are brought from the district of the competent authority.The competent authority may grant derogations from paragraphs 1 and 2 where there is no conflict with the problem of disease control. Non-official table of contents

§ 5a

The owner of bee colonies, who are only temporarily moved to another place, has at the bee stand Make a sign with his name and address and the number of bee colonies visible in clear and durable writing clearly visible. It shall ensure that the bee colonies can be examined in his presence or in the presence of a representative of the veterinary surgeon, in so far as such an investigation is necessary on the grounds of the control of the disease. Non-official table of contents

§ 5b

The competent authority may order that in a restricted area, in an area suspected in accordance with § 3, or in an area under suspicion of In accordance with § 14 (2), the owners of bee colonies have to notify them, indicating the location of the bee stands.

III.
Protection measures against the American Faulbrut

1.
Bee Flats Closure

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§ 6

Of Bees Bee dwellings no longer occupied shall be kept closed by the owner of the bees at all times.

2.
Protection measures before official determination of the American Faulbrut or the Health suspicion

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§ 7

(1) In the event of the outbreak or suspicion of the outbreak of the American No changes may be made before the official determination at the bee level. In particular,
1.
Bee colonies, live or dead bees, honeycombs, honeycomb, honeycomb, wax, and Honey as well as feed stocks, bee dwellings and used equipment not removed from the bee stand and
2.
Bee colonies and bees are not in the bee stand
Sentences 1 and 2 shall not apply to honey, which is not intended for the feeding of bees.(2) In addition, the bee stand may only be entered by the owner, his representative, the persons entrusted with the supervision, maintenance and care of the bee colonies, by veterinarians and by persons on the official mission. name="BJNR005940972BJNG000603377 " />

3.
Protection of Protection Measures by Official Determination of the American Faulbrut

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§ 8

(1) If the outbreak of the American Faulbrut is officially detected, the bee status shall be subject to the following conditions:
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The bee stand may only be used by the owner, his representative, who is responsible for supervision, maintenance and Caring for the colonies of the bee bee colonies, by veterinarians and by persons on the official mission.
2.
Bee colonies, living bees, honeycombs, honeycomb parts, Honeycombs, wax, honey, fodder stocks, bee dwellings and used equipment located in the bee stand or outside the bee level on the property shall not be removed from its site; dead bees may only be used for the destruction after instruction of the official veterinarian.
3.
Bee colonies and bees must not be taken to the bee stand
4.
Waben, honeycomb parts of contaminated or suspected bee colonies, and fodder stocks from bee dwellings of contaminated or suspected bee colonies must not, live bees are to be transported to uncontaminated bee dwellings of the bee stock only after an artificial black process has been carried out.
5.
In the bee stand Honey must not be fed to bees.
6.
Waben, honeycomb and honeycomb waste, as well as containers containing honey and equipment removed from beehives, where honey is attached, they must be kept in such a way that they are not accessible to bees.
7.
Dead bees and dead bee brut, as well as the rest of the bee brut of the disease-ill Bee colonies, as well as waste from bee dwellings, are to be destroyed after the instruction of the official veterinarian.
8.
The bee stands and bee dwellings, except for straw, as well as equipment, to be cleaned and decontaminated under official control of the official veterinarian and under official supervision; bee dwellings of straw shall be burned.
9.
Waben, honeycomb parts and honeycomb waste from contaminated bee dwellings, storage honeycombs, wax and, to the extent necessary for disease control purposes, also feed stocks are after closer Instructions of the official veterinarian to be decontaminated or destroyed.
(2) The provision of paragraph 1 shall not apply to
1.
Wax, honeycombs, honeycomb parts and honeycomb waste when they are used in waxprocessing plants that have the necessary means to decontaminate the wax "Disease wax", and
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Honey, which is not intended to be fed to bees.
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§ 9

(1) The competent authority orders the killing of the epidemic bee colonies. It may disregard it and allow the treatment by a black-and-white procedure if, according to the opinion of the official veterinarian, it is to be expected to eradicate the disease.(1a) The competent authority may, in accordance with the opinion of the official veterinarian, order the treatment of suspected bee colonies by means of a black-and-white method.(2) At the earliest, two, no later than nine months after the killing or treatment of the bee colonies, all the colonies of the beehives shall be investigated twice by the official veterinarian; the distance between the two studies shall be: must be at least eight weeks. The second investigation is deprivation if there is no evidence of the American digestion in the investigation of feed samples which have been additionally drawn during the initial investigation. Non-official table of contents

§ 10

(1) If the American Faulbrut is officially detected in a bee stand, the competent authority shall declare the Area within a radius of at least one kilometre around the bee level to the restricted district.(2) If the American Faulbrut is officially established in a migratory bee, the competent authority may also declare the area around the former sites of the diseased bee population to the restricted district if it is to be assumed that the disease is already in place has prevailed in the former sites in the bee stand. The competent authorities may authorise the colony concerned to be moved to its home location, in which case an area referred to in paragraph 1 shall also be declared to be a restricted area. Non-official table of contents

§ 11

(1) The restricted district is:
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All bee colonies and bee stalls in the restricted district are immediately available on American Faulbrut to be examined by an official veterinarian; this examination shall be repeated at the earliest two months, no later than nine months after the killing or treatment of the infected bee colonies.
2.
Moving bee stalls must not be removed from their location.
3.
Bee colonies, living or dead bees, honeycombs, honeycombs, honeycomb waste, wax, honey, feed stocks, bee dwellings and used equipment must not be removed from the bee stands.
4.
Bee colonies or bees must not be shipped to the restricted district.
In the case of sentence 1 No. 1, § 9 para. 2 sentence 2 shall apply accordingly.(2) The provision of paragraph 1 (3) shall not apply to
1.
Wax, honeycombs, honeycomb parts and Honeycomb waste, if they are delivered to waxprocessing plants which have the necessary means to decontaminate the wax, under the label "disease wax", and
2.
Honey, which is not intended to be fed to bees.
(3) The competent authority can be used for bee colonies, bees, bee dwellings and equipment as well as fodder stocks Allow exceptions to paragraph 1 if there is no reason to fear a spill of the disease.

4.
Abolition of the protection measures

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§ 12

(1) Ordered protection measures are to be lifted when the American Faulbrut is in an erode.(2) The American Faulbrut in the bee stand is considered to be an erloe if
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all bee colonies of the Contaminated bee stands have been destroyed or killed and destroyed, or
2.
the bee colonies of the infected bee disease who are suffering from the epidemic are
a)
terminated or killed and harmless removed or
b)
treated and
c)
the investigation according to § 9 para. 2 results in a negative result hatand
3.
the decontamination has been carried out under official supervision and has been taken off by the official veterinarian.
(3) The American Faulbrut in the If the conditions set out in paragraph 2 are fulfilled and the investigations pursuant to Section 11 (1) no. 1 have resulted in a negative result.

IV.
Protection measures against the Mite disease

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§ 13

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§ 14

(1) If bee stands are affected by the spleen disease, the owner has to treat all bee colonies of the bee's stock, unless treatment is has been ordered in accordance with paragraph 2.(2) The competent authority may, in so far as it is necessary for the protection of the disease, arrange for all bee colonies to be treated against the disease in a given area within a period determined by the competent authority; it may: determine the type of treatment.

V.
Protections against the Varroatose

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§ 15

(1) If a bee stand is covered with varroamilves, the owner shall treat all bee colonies of the bee stock annually against varroasis unless a treatment has been ordered in accordance with paragraph 2.(2) The competent authority may, in so far as it is necessary for protection against varroasis, arrange for all bee colonies to be treated against varroamilves within a period determined by the competent authority within a period specified by the competent authority; it may in this case: determine the type of treatment.

VI.
Protection measures against infestation with the little bag beetle

1.
General protection measures

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§ 16

The owner of bee colonies has honey, honeycombs, honeycomb parts, honeycomb waste, wax and feed supplies so as well as to store uninhabited bee dwellings in such a way that they are not accessible to the small bag beetle. unofficial table of contents

§ 16a

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2.
protection measures before the official determination of the Infestation with the Small Bag or the suspicion of infestation

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§ 17

(1) In the event of infestation Or the suspicion of infestation with the small bag beetle must not be made before the official determination at the bee stand and in the feed stock storage facility. In particular,
1.
Bee colonies, live or dead bees, honeycombs, honeycomb parts, honeycomb waste, untreated wax, bee dwellings and used equipment not removed from the beehives and forage supplies from the feed store and
2.
bee colonies
and 2 No 1 shall not apply to the extent of living or dead bees, honeycombs, honeycombs, honeycomb, untreated wax, fodder stocks or beetle samples for the purpose of the investigation into of an investigative body designated by the competent authority.(2) In addition, the bee stand and the feed stock may only be entered by the owner, his representative, the persons responsible for the supervision, maintenance and care of the bee colonies, by veterinarians and by persons on the official mission.

3.
Protection measures after an official determination of the infestation with the small bag beetle

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§ 18

(1) If the infestation with the small bag beetle is officially detected, the bee stand is subject to the following regulations:
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The bee stand may only be used by the owner, his representative, who is responsible for supervision, maintenance and Care of bee colonies to be entered in the official mission by veterinarians and by persons.
2.
Bee colonies, living or dead bees, honeycombs, Honeycomb parts, honeycomb waste, wax, honey, feed stocks, bee dwellings and used equipment located in the bee stand or outside the bee stand on the property shall not be removed from their location
3.
Bee colonies and bees must not be placed in the bee stand.
4.
Waben, honeycomb parts of infested or infested bee colonies as well as fodder stocks from bee dwellings of infested or infested bee colonies may not be infested with Bee dwellings of the bee stock are not brought.
5.
Honey obtained in the bee stand must not be fed to bees.
By way of derogation from the first sentence of sentence 1. 2 live or dead bees, honeycombs, honeycomb parts, honeycomb waste, wax or fodder stocks may be used for the purpose of the investigation in an investigative facility designated by the competent authority or for the purpose of unharmful disposal as instructed by the Official veterinarian will be removed.(2) Paragraph 1, first sentence, No 2 shall not apply to honey, which is not intended to be fed to bees.(3) The competent authority shall immediately investigate all bee colonies within a radius of at least three kilometres around the affected bee population in case of infestation with the small bag beetle. Non-official table of contents

§ 19

(1) The competent authority shall immediately carry out epidemiological investigations in order to: style="font-weight:normal; font-style:normal; text-decoration:none; ">
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to determine the cause of the introduction, and
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Discovering bees, bee brut, honeycombs, honeycomb parts, wax or feed stock from the affected bee stand.
(2) Perform the Investigations as referred to in paragraph 1 (1) to the result that the detected infestation is due to
1.
the movement of bees, bees, honeycombs, honeycomb parts, wax or feed from another Member State or import from a third country and is the place or the Imports within the last year prior to the detection of the infestation with the Small Bag Beetle shall be ordered by the competent authority
a)
the killing of all bee colonies of the owner of the infested bee stock after closing the bee dwellings,
b)
the destruction of the bee dwellings, the middle walls, the honeycombs, the honeycomb parts, the honeycomb, the wax and the feed stocks, as well as similar objects, which have been used to Small bag beetles may have come into contact, and
c)
the cleaning of the equipment
;
2.
a cause other than the placing or the import as specified in point 1 or cannot be determined by the cause of the infestation, the competent authority shall, taking into account the Incident situation
a)
the protection measures according to number 1 or
b)
the treatment of the affected bee stand against the small bag beetle as well as the cleansing and decontamination of the bee stand, the bee dwellings, the middle walls, the honeycombs, the
parts, the honeycomb, the wax, the feed store and the equipment
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§ 20

The competent authority makes the infestation publicly known with the Small Bag Beetle.

4.
Abolition of the Protection Measures

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§ 21

(1) Ordered protection measures are to be lifted if the bee stands and feed stock are free from the infestation with the small bag beetle.(2) Bee stalls and feed stocks shall be considered free of infestation if
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all bee colonies of the Bee status has been terminated, killed or treated in accordance with section 19 (2) (2) (b),
2.
dead bees and dead bee brut as well as the rest of the bee brut of the in the case of bee colonies, in addition, waste from bee dwellings has been destroyed harmless,
3.
Bee stalls and bee dwellings, the forage storage facility and Equipment under official supervision has been cleaned and decontaminated,
4.
Waben, honeycomb and honeycombs are melted from infested bee dwellings,
5.
digging the ground in front of the airfront and against the puppets of the small bag of the bag according to the instructions of the competent authorities. the authority has been treated and
6.
in the cases of § 19 (2) (2) (b) an investigation of the bee colonies treated, the decontaminated bee stalls and " Bee dwellings as well as of the fodder stocks camp three weeks after the completion of the treatment by the competent authority has resulted in a negative result.

VII.
Protection measures against the infestation with Tropilaelaps-Milben

1.
Protection measures before official determination of the infestation with the Tropilaelaps-Milbe or the suspicion of infestation

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§ 22

(1) In case of infestation or suspicion of infestation with the Tropilaelaps-Milbe, may be held before the official Determination at the bee level no changes are made. In particular,
1.
Bee colonies, live or dead bees, bee brut, honeycombs, honeycomb parts, Honeycomb waste, bee dwellings and used equipment not removed from the bee stand and
2.
Bee colonies and bees are not in the bee stand
The first and second sentences of 1 and 2 shall not apply to the extent to which live or dead bees or bee bruts are removed for the purpose of the investigation in an investigative facility designated by the competent authority.(2) In addition, the bee stand may only be entered by the owner, his representative, the persons entrusted with the supervision, maintenance and care of the bee colonies, by veterinarians and by persons on the official mission. name="BJNR005940972BJNG002101377 " />

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Protection of Protective Measures after Official Determination of Fall with the Tropilaelaps-Milbe

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§ 23

(1) If the infestation with the Tropilaelaps-Milbe is officially detected, the bee status shall be subject to the following conditions:
1.
Bienenvölker, living bees, honeycombs, honeycomb, honeycomb and bee dwellings, and used Equipment that is located in the bee stand or outside the bee stock on the property must not be removed from its site.
2.
Bee colonies and bees must not be brought to the bee stand.
3.
Dead bees and dead bee brut, as well as the rest of the bee brut of the infested bee population, and waste from the bee population According to the instructions of the competent authority, bee dwellings shall be destroyed without harm.
4.
Bee stalls, bee dwellings and equipment are to be decontaminated or and then ensure that they are not accessible to bees for a period of at least three weeks.
5.
honeycombs, honeycomb parts and honeycomb waste Bee colonies from bee dwellings shall be destroyed after closer instruction from the competent authority, or shall be secured for at least three weeks in such a way that they are not accessible to bees.
(2) Paragraph 1 shall not apply to honeycombs; Honeycomb parts and honeycomb wastes without bee brut, provided that it is ensured that the honeycombs, honeycomb parts and honeycomb waste are only delivered to wax-processing plants and only if they have been inaccessible to bees for at least three weeks previously have been kept.(3) The competent authority may, taking into account the situation of infestation, order the treatment of bee colonies of the affected bee population. Non-official table of contents

§ 24

(1) If the infestation with the Tropilaelaps-mite is officially detected in a bee stand, the competent authority shall declare: Authority the area within a radius of at least one kilometre around the bee level to the restricted district.(2) For the restricted district, bee colonies and bees only with the approval of the competent authority shall be
1.
removed from the lock district or
2.
moved to the lock district
.(3) In addition, the competent authority may order, taking into account the situation of infestation, that
1.
in To deal with all bee colonies, or in parts of the restricted area;
2.
Bee brut or vegetable of bee colonies of the restricted district for investigation into one of the their particular investigative device.

3.
Abolition of the protection measures

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(1) Ordered protection measures are to be repealed if the bee stands are free of attack with the tropilaelaps-mite.(2) Bee stands are considered free of infestation when
1.
ends all bee colonies of the infested bee stock and harmless, and the affected bee dwellings have been secured for at least three weeks in such a way that they are not accessible to bees,
2.
the infested Bee colonies of bees have been destroyed and destroyed, the bee dwellings concerned have been secured at least three weeks in such a way that they are not accessible to bees, and, if the competent authority is to be treated in accordance with Article 23 (3). , all other bee colonies have been treated according to the instructions of the competent authority and an examination of the treated bee colonies has resulted in a negative result three weeks after the completion of the treatment. or
3.
in cases where bee colonies have not been completed, bees and the bee brut of the beehives have been destroyed in a harmless way and, as far as the the competent authority has ordered a treatment pursuant to section 23 (3), all bee colonies of the infested bee stock have been treated in accordance with the instructions of the competent authority, and an examination of the treated bee colonies three weeks after completion of the treatment the treatment has resulted in a negative result.
(3) The restricted district shall be deemed to be free of infestation if the conditions set out in paragraph 2 are met and,
1.
insofar as the competent authority has ordered treatment in accordance with § 24 para. 3 No. 1, all bee colonies are treated and three weeks after completion of the treatment with a negative result or,
2.
in so far as the competent authority has ordered an investigation in accordance with Section 24 (3) No. 2, all bee colonies in the restricted district in one of the The competent authority of the competent authority has been investigated with a negative result of the infestation with the Tropilaelaps-Milbe.

VIII.
Irregularities

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Administrative unlawful within the meaning of Section 32 (2) (4) (a) of the Animal Health Act, who intentionally or negligently
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contrary to § 1a, sentence 1, an indication not, not correct, not fully or not reimbursed in time,
2.
contrary to § 2, paragraph 2, sentence 1, the subject-matter referred to in paragraph 2 (2) does not or does not purify in time, does not or does not set out in time for a given temperature and does not or cannot be used in good time, or not stored in time,
3.
removed in accordance with § 2 paragraph 3 Honey,
4.
contrary to § 2 4. Honey not treated correctly or not in good time,
5.
contrary to § 5 (1) sentence 2, a certificate shall be presented,
6.
an enforceable edition associated with an admission pursuant to § 5 (3) or § 11 (3),
7.
contrary to § 6, a bee apartment is not or is not kept properly closed,
8.
contrary to § 7 paragraph 1 Sentence 2 a bee colonel, a bee or an object named therein removed or spends,
9.
contrary to § 7 (2), § 8 (1) (1), § 17 (2), § 18 (1) (1) (1) 1 (1) or § 22 (2) enters a bee stand or a feed storage facility,
10.
contrary to § 8 (1) (2), § 11 (1) (3), § 17 (1) sentence 2 Point 1, § 18 (1) (2), § 22 (1), second sentence, point 1, or § 23 (1) (1), one of the bees, a bee or an object named therein,
11.
contrary to § 8, paragraph 1, point 3 or number 4, § 11, paragraph 1, point 4, § 17 (1) sentence 2, point 2, § 18, paragraph 1, point 3 or point 4, § 22, paragraph 1, sentence 2, point 2 or § 23, paragraph 1 Number 2 a bee colonel, a bee or a subject-matter referred to there,
12.
contrary to § 8 (1) (5) or § 18 (1) (5) Honey ,
13.
contrary to § 8, paragraph 1, point 6, does not retain a given item or is not properly stored there,
14.
of a fully retractable arrangement according to § 8, paragraph 1, point 7, 8 or number 9, § 9, paragraph 1, sentence 1, § 19, paragraph 2, § 23, paragraph 1, point 3 or paragraph 3, or § 24, paragraph 3
15.
Reed with an approval pursuant to § 10 paragraph 2 sentence 2,
16.
contrary to § 11, paragraph 1, point 2, a bee stand removed,
17.
contrary to § 16, a named bee stand Item not or not properly stored or a bee apartment not or not properly secured or
18.
without authorization in accordance with § 24 (2) (1) Bienenvolk or a bee removed.

IX.
final rules

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(Entry into force)