Federal Hunting Act

Original Language Title: Bundesjagdgesetz

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Bundesjagdgesetz

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BJagdG

Date of issue: 29.11.1952

Full quote:

" Bundesjagdgesetz in the version of the notice of 29. September 1976 (BGBl. 2849), as last amended by Article 1 of the Law of 29. May 2013 (BGBl. I p. 1386) "

:Recaught by Bek. v. 29.9.1976 I 2849;
last modified by Art. 1 G v. 29.5.2013 I 1386

For details, see Notes

Footnote

(+ + + Text evidence from: 1.4.1977 + + +)
(+ + +) for details on the stand specification. of the EinigVtr Annex I, chap. VI Sachgeb. F Dep. III
No. 1 no longer apply gem. Art. 109 (2) (c)
G v. 8.12.2010 I 1864 + + +)

I. Section
The Jagdrecht

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§ 1 Contents of the right of hunting

(1) The hunting law is the exclusive power to keep wild animals subject to the hunting rights in a certain area (game), to hunt them up and to take them on . The obligation to hunt is connected with the hunting rights.(2) The aim of the Hege is to maintain a species-rich and healthy wild population adapted to the conditions of the landscape and the country, as well as to maintain and secure its livelihoods; to comply with other provisions the same obligations shall remain unaffected. The yeast must be carried out in such a way as to avoid any adverse effects on the use of agricultural, forestry and fishery products, in particular wild damage, as far as possible.(3) In the exercise of hunting, the generally accepted principles of German righteousness must be observed.(4) The hunting exercise extends to the search, relocations, killing and capture of game.(5) The right to acquire game shall also include the exclusive power to acquire sick or endeavors of wild game, falling wild game and discard bars, as well as the eggs of feather game.(6) The hunting rights are subject to the restrictions of this law and the provisions of the law which have been passed in its framework. Non-official table of contents

§ 2 animal species

(1) Animal species subject to the hunting rights are:
1.
Hair Wild: Wisent (Bison bonasus L.), Elchwild (Alces alces L.), Rotwild (Cervus elaphus L.), Dama (Dama dama L.), Sikawild (Cervus nippon TEMMINCK), Rehwild (Capreolus capreolus L.), Gamswild (Rupicapra rupicapra L.), Steinwild (Capra ibex L.), Muffelwild (Ovis ammon musimon PALLAS), Black Wild (Sus scrofa L.), Feldhase (Lepus europaeus PALLAS), Snow nose (Lepus timidus L.), wild rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus L.), marmot (Marmota marmota L.), wild cat (Felis silvestris SCHREBER), lynx (Lynx lynx L.), fox (Vulpes vulpes L.), stone marder (Martes foina ERXLEBEN), Baummarder (Martes martes L.), Iltis (Mustela putorius L.), Hermelin (Mustela erminea L.), Mauswiesel (Mustela nivalis L.), Dachs (Meles meles L.), Fischotter (Lutra lutra L.), Seehund (Phoca vitulina L.);
2.
Federwild: Rebhuhn (Perdix perdix L.), Fasan (Phasianus colchicus L.), Wachtel (Coturnix coturnix L.), Auerwild (Tetrao urogallus L.), Birkwild (Lyrurus tetrix L.), Rackelwild (Lyrus tetrix x) Tetrao urogallus), hazelwild (Tetrastes bonasia L.), Alpenschneehuhn (Lagopus mutus MONTIN), Wildtruthuhn (Meleagris gallopavo L.), wild pigeon (Columbidae), Höckerschwan (Cygnus olor GMEL.), wild geese (Gattungen Anser BRISSON and Branta SCOPOLI), Wilders (Anatinae), Säger (genus Mergus L.), Waldschnepots (Scolopax rusticola L.), BRelihuhn (Fulica atra L.), Möwen (Laridae), Haubentaucher (Podiceps cristatus L.), Großtrappe (Otis tarda L.), Graureiher (Ardea cinerea L.), Greife (Accipitridae), Falken (Falconidae), Kolkrabe (Corvus corax L.).
(2) Countries can determine other animal species subject to hunting.(3) The shell game includes Wisente, Elch, Red, Dam, Sika, Reh, Gams, Stein, Muffel and Black Wild.(4) The wild game includes wild bounts, oeerwild, golden eagles and sea eagles. All the rest of the game is part of the game. Non-official table of contents

§ 3 Owner of the hunting right, exercise of the right of hunting

(1) The hunting rights are the property of the owner on his ground and ground. It is inextricably linked to the property on the ground and ground. It cannot be justified as a self-employed right.(2) In the case of land where no property is justified, the hunting rights are to be found in the countries.(3) The hunting grounds may only be used in hunting districts in accordance with § § 4ff.

II. Section
Hunting District and Hegecommunities

1.
General

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§ 4 Hunting District

Hunting districts where hunting may be carried out are either self-hunting districts (§ 7) or Community hunting districts (§ 8). Unofficial Table Of Contents

§ 5 Design of Hunting Districts

(1) Hunting districts can be separated, broken down or replaced by land. if this is necessary from the requirements of the hunting and hunting exercise.(2) Natural and artificial waterways, roads, trifts and railway bodies, as well as other similar areas, if they do not permit, in their own right, an orderly hunting exercise, not a hunting district for themselves, do not interrupt the connection of a hunting area and also does not establish the connection between the formation of a hunting area between separate areas. Non-official table of contents

§ 6 Pacified Districts, Hunting Hunting

On land that is not part of a hunting district and in the districts Rests the hunt. A limited exercise of hunting can be permitted. Animal gardens do not fall under the rules of this law. Non-official table of contents

§ 6a Pacification of base areas for ethical reasons

(1) Basic areas that are part of a Community hunting district are owned and owned by a natural person, are to be declared to be satisfied districts at the request of the landowner (pacification), if the landlord makes credible that he rejects the hunting exercise on ethical grounds. A pacification shall be refused if the facts justify the assumption that a resting of the hunt on the area covered by the application, with respect to the entire hunting district concerned, concerns the concerns
1.
the preservation of a species-rich and healthy wild stock, as well as the care and backup of its livelihoods,
2.
the protection of the agriculture, forestry and fishing industries against excessive wildlife damage,
3.
nature conservation and the landscape maintenance,
4.
of protection against animal diseases or
5.
the waste other threats to public safety and order
. Ethical reasons as set out in the first sentence shall not, in particular, be the case if the applicant
1.
himself pursues the hunting or the pursuit of hunting by a third party on a part belonging to him or her. Land acquiesced or
2.
at the time of the official decision a hunting license has been resolved or requested.
The application is in writing or to the to submit a copy to the competent authority. In addition to the hearing of the applicant, the decision on the application shall be based on a hearing of the hunting cooperative, the hunting lodge, adjacent landowners, the hunting advisory board and the institutions of public interests.(2) The pacification shall be effected with effect from the end of the hunting lease contract. Provided that this is not due to the applicant in consideration of the protective concerns of the hunting cooperative, the authority may determine an earlier date, which is not before the end of the hunting year. In the cases of sentence 2, the hunting cooperative may require the landlord to compensate for the damage caused to it by the early pacification.(3) The pacification may be spatially limited to a part of the application area and may be limited in time to the extent that this is necessary in order to safeguard the interests referred to in the second sentence of paragraph 1.(4) The pacification shall be terminated three months after the transfer of the ownership of the satisfactory base area to a third party, subject to the provisions of sentences 2 and 3. If, during the course of the period laid down in the first sentence of sentence 1, the third party makes a request for renewed peace, the existing pacification shall be issued with the effect of the official decision on the application. If the third party, before the expiry of the period referred to in sentence 1, waives a request for renewed peace, the existing peace shall lapse with the access of the waiving declaration to the competent authority. The landlord has to indicate the ownership change of the competent authority. The pacification must be revoked if
1.
the landlord declares in writing to the competent authority the renunciation of pacification, or
2.
the property owner is hunting, a hunting licence will be released, or the pursuit of hunting by third parties on a property belonging to him tolerates.
The pacification is usually to , if the facts are known which make the right to be made a declaration to the area in which they are satisfied. The pacification shall be subject to the reservation of revocation in the event that one or more other reasoned requests for pacification are lodged in the same hunting district and not all applications as a whole, without endangering the interests of The second sentence of paragraph 1 may be granted. In addition, the administrative procedural rules on the withdrawal and revocation of administrative acts shall apply.(5) The competent authority may order a limited hunting exercise on the grounds declared to be satisfactory, in so far as this is intended to prevent excessive damage to the wild, the risk of epizootic diseases, for reasons of nature conservation or animal welfare, the Health and safety, the safety of transport on public transport routes or the use of other threats to public safety and order. Contradiction and action against the order have no suspensive effect. If the landlord of the order does not meet, the competent authority may, for the latter's account, exercise the hunting.(6) Wildlife damage to land belonging to the Community hunting district shall be subject to the basic owner of the base area in proportion to the proportion of the area of its base area on the total area of the Community hunting district; replace. This does not apply if the damaging wild game does not occur on the satisfactory base area or the damage would have occurred even without the pacification of the base area.(7) The landowner of the area in question shall not be entitled to compensation for damage to the wild.(8) The principles of the wild order shall be applied in accordance with the Community hunting district to the base area declared to be satisfied in accordance with paragraph 1. An agreement pursuant to Section 22a (2) shall not be required. The landlord of the land declared to be satisfied shall be informed without delay of the necessity of the wild order, in so far as the interests of animal protection are not in conflict before the beginning of the game.(9) The right to acquire game in accordance with Article 1 (1), first sentence, shall be entitled, in the cases of hunting and hunting referred to in paragraph 5, to the hunting rights of the hunting district or to the hunter in accordance with paragraph 8.(10) Paragraphs 1 to 9 shall apply accordingly on land which is affiliated to a self-hunting district by law or by official decision.

2.
own hunting districts

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§ 7

(1) contiguous base areas with a land, forest, or fishery that can be used economically Area of 75 hectares, owned by one and the same person or a community of persons, shall constitute a hunting district. Countries may, by way of derogation from the first sentence, set the minimum size in general or higher for certain areas. To the extent that, on the date of entry into force of the agreement, a size other than the one set out in the first sentence is fixed in the countries, it shall retain the right to apply if it is not less than 70 hectares. By way of derogation from the provisions of the first sentence of this Act, countries may, by way of derogation from the entry into force of this Act, determine that another contiguous area of 75 hectares shall also constitute an own-hunting district, provided that this is done by landowners or by land-owners or by land-based property. At least 15 hectares per hectare are requested for the benefit of the beneficiary.(2) Country boundaries do not interrupt the connection of land which, in accordance with the first sentence of paragraph 1, constitutes a home-hunting district. In the cases referred to in the third sentence of paragraph 1, a hunting district shall exist where, in accordance with the rules of the country in which the vast majority of the land covered by a number of countries is situated, the conditions for the basic areas as a whole shall be: Self-hunting district would be available. Moreover, the rules of the country in which it is situated will apply to each part of a self-hunting district extending across several countries.(3) Fully fenced land and contiguous land on the federal border of less than 75 hectares of land, forestry or fisheries can be used in general or under special conditions. It can be determined that hunting in these districts can only be carried out under restrictions.(4) In a self-hunting district, the owner is entitled to hunt for hunting. In place of the owner, the beneficiary occurs when he is entitled to use the whole of his own hunting district.

3.
Community hunting districts

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§ 8 Composition

(1) All areas of a community or segregated congregation that are not part of a hunting district form a community Hunting district, if they include at least 150 hectares.(2) Cohesive base areas of different municipalities, which, in addition, meet the requirements of a Community hunting district, may be brought together at the request of Community hunting districts.(3) The division of Community hunting districts into a number of independent hunting districts may be authorised, provided that each part has a minimum size of 250 hectares.(4) Countries may set minimum sizes in general or higher for certain areas.(5) In Community hunting districts, the hunting rights of the hunting cooperative are to be exercised. Non-official table of contents

§ 9 Hunting Cooperative

(1) The owners of the land belonging to a Community hunting district are the a hunting cooperative. Owners of land on which hunting should not be allowed to do so belong to the hunting cooperative.(2) The hunting association shall be represented by the head of the hunting court in court and out of court. The hunting lodge is to be chosen by the hunting cooperative. As long as the Jagdgenossenschaft has not chosen a hunting board, the shops of the hunting board will be perceived by the municipal board.(3) Decisions of the Hunting Cooperative require both the majority of the present and represented fighters, and the majority of the base area represented in the decision-making process. Unofficial Table Of Contents

§ 10 JagdUsage

(1) The hunting cooperative uses the hunt usually by leasing. It can confine the leasing to the circle of the hunting comrades.(2) The hunting cooperative can have the hunt for its own account carried out by hired hunters. With the consent of the competent authority, it may allow the hunt to rest.(3) The Jagdgenossenschaft decides on the use of the ReinerContract of the hunting use. If the hunting cooperative decides not to distribute the yield to the hunters in accordance with the ratio of the area content of their land involved, any fighter who has not agreed to the decision shall be able to disburse its share require. The claim shall be made if it is not asserted in writing or orally to the protocol of the hunting board within one month of the publication of the decision.

Footnote

§ 10 para. 3 idF d. Bek. v. 29.9.1976 I 2849: Saxony-Anhalt-Deviation by § 14 (5) of the Landesjagdgesetz für Sachsen-Anhalt (LJagdG) Landesjagdgesetz für Sachsen-Anhalt) (LJagdG) v. 23.7.1991 GVBl. LSA S 186, as last amended by Art. 1 of the G v. 18.1.2011 GVBl. LSA S. 6 mWv 1.2.2011 (cf. BGBl. I 2011, 1943)

4.
Hegecommunities

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§ 10a Education of Hegecommunities

(1) For several contiguous hunting districts, the persons entitled to hunting for the purpose of the Hege of the Wild can form a host community as a private-law merger.(2) By way of derogation from paragraph 1, the Länder may determine that for several contiguous hunting districts the persons entitled to hunting for the purpose of the game of the wild form an army of healers, if they are responsible for the purposes of Article 1 (2) of the Law on the Hunting of Hunting. , and a request addressed to all the affected hunting rights of the competent authority to establish a host community within a specified period of time, has not been successful.(3) The more detailed rules are the countries.

III. Section
Participation of third parties in the exercise of the right of hunting

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§ 11 Jagdpacht

(1) The exercise of the Hunting rights in its entirety can be leased to third parties. A part of the hunting exercise right may not be the subject of a hunting lease; however, the lessor may reserve a part of the hunting use, which refers to certain game. The issue of hunting permits shall be laid down, without prejudice to the second sentence of paragraph 6, the countries.(2) The leasing of a part of a hunting district is only permitted if both the leased and the remaining part of the hunting district have the legal minimum size in the case of Community hunting districts the minimum size of 250 hectares in the case of Community hunting districts. The countries may allow the leasing of a portion of lesser size to the hunting rights of an adjacent hunting district, as far as this serves a better reproduction design.(3) The total area on which a hunting guard is entitled to exercise the right of hunting shall not include more than 1,000 hectares, on which land shall be set up for which the tenderer is entitled to exercise the hunting exercise on the basis of a licence for hunting. The owner of one or more proprietary hunting districts with a total area of more than 1,000 hectares shall be subject to leasing only if it leases land of at least the same order of magnitude; the owner of one or more of the hunting districts shall be subject to a total area of less than 1,000 hectares shall be allowed only if the total area on which the hunting exercise is entitled does not exceed 1,000 hectares. In accordance with the provisions laid down in the first and second sentence, the number 1 and 2 shall apply to the co-leaseholders, the guardians or the holders of a hunting permit, provided that the total area is to be calculated only by the area covered by the co-leaseholder, the sub-tenant or the proprietor of a fishing permit. The hunting permit shall not be granted in proportion to the hunting licence or the hunting permit, except for the permission to take part in the hunting or hunting licence. For certain areas, especially in the high mountains, countries can set a higher limit than 1,000 hectares.(4) The hunting lease agreement shall be concluded in writing. The lease term shall be at least nine years. The countries can set the minimum lease time higher. An ongoing hunting lease agreement can also be extended to a shorter period. The beginning and end of the lease period should begin at the beginning and end of the hunting season (1. April to 31. March).(5) Pachers may only be those who have an annual hunting licence and who have already possessed such a year in Germany for three years. Derogations may be granted for specific individual cases. The periods referred to in the first sentence shall be set out in the periods during which one person has a hunting permit in the German Democratic Republic before the date of entry into effect of the accession.(6) A hunting lease contract which does not comply with the provisions of the second sentence of the first sentence of paragraph 1, paragraph 2, paragraph 3, the first sentence of paragraph 4 or the third sentence of paragraph 5, is void. The same shall apply in respect of a licence for hunting which does not comply with the provisions of paragraph 3 when they are issued.(7) The area on which a hunting rights holder or holder of a paid hunting permit referred to in paragraph 3 is entitled to exercise the right of hunting shall be entered in the hunting licence by the competent authority; the further rules shall be laid down by the countries. Non-official table of contents

§ 12 Display of hunting lease agreements

(1) The hunting lease contract is to be reported to the competent authority. The authority may complain to the contract within three weeks of receipt of the notification if the provisions relating to the lease period are not complied with or if it is to be expected that the provisions of section 1 (2) shall be applied by means of a contractual hunting exercise. will be injured.(2) In the notice of application, the parts of the contract shall be called upon to cancel the contract or to amend it in a certain manner until a specified date, which is to be at least three weeks after the date of delivery of the date of the complaint.(3) If the contractual parts do not comply with the request, the contract shall be deemed to have been revoked at the end of the period unless one of the parts of the contract makes an application for a decision by the District Court within the time limit. The Court of First Instance may either cancel the contract or establish that it is not objectionable. The provisions for the court ruling on the application of a land lease contract apply, however; the court decides, however, without the grant of honorary judges.(4) Before the expiry of three weeks after the notification of the contract by a participant, the tenant shall not exercise the hunt unless the authority permits the hunting exercise at an earlier date. If the contract is objected to within the time limit referred to in the second sentence of paragraph 1, the tenant shall not exercise the hunting unless the claims have been remedied or if it is established by a final court decision that the contract does not is objectionable. Unofficial table of contents

§ 13 Ererase of the hunting lease agreement

The hunting lease contract is extinguished if the tenant of the hunting licence is unquestionably withdrawn from the hunting licence has been made. It shall expire even if the period of validity of the hunting licence has expired and either the competent authority has refused to grant a new hunting lodge or the tenant has the right to grant a new hunting licence. Hunting has not been fulfilled within the stipulated period. The tenant has to replace the lessor with the damage arising from the termination of the lease if it is in fault. Non-official table of contents

§ 13a Legal status of the co-leaseholders

If several tenants are involved in a hunting lease agreement (co-leaseholder), the If the contract is terminated or terminated in relation to a co-leaver, the contract shall be valid with the others; this shall not apply if the hunting lease agreement is no longer in accordance with the provisions of Section 11 (3) as a result of the failure of a tenderer and this deficiency is not remedied until the beginning of the next hunting year. If one of the parties is not to be granted the maintenance of the contract as a result of the failure of a subject, he may terminate the contract with immediate effect. The termination must be effected immediately after the notice of the notice of termination has been received. Non-official table of contents

§ 14 Change of property owner

(1) If a self-hunting district is sold in whole or in part, the rules shall apply. § § 566 to 567b of the Civil Code corresponding application. The same applies in the case of the forced auction from the provision of § 57 of the Forced Auction Act; however, the right of termination of the Ersteher is excluded if only part of a hunting district is auctioned and this part is not alone has already met the requirements of a self-hunting district.(2) If a property belonging to a Community hunting district is sold, this shall have no effect on the lease contract; the acquirer shall be a member of the hunting cooperative from the date of the acquisition, even then for the duration of the lease contract; if the land which has been sold could, together with other land of the acquirer, form an own hunting district. The same applies to the case of forced auction of a property.

IV. Section
Jagdschein

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§ 15 General

(1) Who exercises the hunt, must have one on its name in the form of a hunting licence, and at the request of the police officers as well as those entitled to hunting (§ 25), show them. Only the written permission of the hunting practising person is required for the collection of ejections. If you want to hunt with grabbing or falcons (pickling), you have to have a falconry hunting slip on its name.(2) The hunting licence shall be issued by the authority responsible for the applicant's residence as an annual hunting licence for a maximum of three hunting years (§ 11 para. 4) or as a day-of-day hunting licence for fourteen consecutive days according to uniform, by the Federal Ministry for Food, Agriculture and Consumer Protection (Federal Ministry) granted certain samples.(3) The hunting licence shall be valid throughout the Federal territory.(4) For the day-to-day hunting of foreigners, only the fees for nationals may be charged if the home country of the foreigner ensures reciprocity.(5) The first issue of a hunting lobe shall be conditional upon the applicant having passed a hunter's examination within the scope of that law, consisting of a written and an oral-practical part and a shooting test; Adequate knowledge of animal species, wild biology, wild hews, hunting operations, game prevention, land and forest construction, gun law, weapons technology, and the management of hunting weapons (including (b) the management of hunting dogs, in the treatment of the wild game, taking particular account of the hygienically necessary measures, in the assessment of the health of the wild brets, , in particular with regard to its use as food, and in the hunting, animal welfare and nature conservation and landscape management; defective performance in the shooting test are not due to performance in other parts of the test Compensable. The countries may make admission to the hunters test subject, in particular, to proof of a theoretical and practical training. For applicants who are before the 1. The hunters ' examination is not necessary until April 1953. A hunting test for hunters who wish to hunt with the hunting weapon before the date of entry into force of accession in the German Democratic Republic shall be the same as the hunters ' examination within the meaning of the sentence 1.(6) Exceptions to the first and second sentences of paragraph 5 may be made in the case of the issuing of the hunting of foreigners.(7) The first issue of a falconry hunt is conditional upon the applicant having passed a falconry examination in addition to the hunters ' examination; he must have sufficient knowledge of holding, caring and taking care of the person concerned. Evidence of pickling birds, birds of prey, and pickled chase. For applicants who are before the 1. At least five falconry chases, the hunters ' examination shall not apply; the same shall apply to candidates who, prior to that date, have had at least five years of hunting and during their period of validity they have been hunting for the hunting. As far as the issue of falconry hunting is to be dealt with, the countries have to deal with them. A hunting exam for falconers filed before the date of accession of the German Democratic Republic shall be the same as the falconry examination within the meaning of sentence 1.

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§ 15 para. 7 sentence 1 iVm (5) sentence 1: Decision formula with GG incompatible and void, BVerfGE v. 5.11.1980; 1981 I 41-1 BvR 290/78- Non-official table of contents

§ 16 juvenile hunting licence

(1) Persons who have completed the sixteenth year of life, but not yet eighteen years old, only a youth hunting licence may be issued.(2) The youth hunting licence shall be entitled only for the purpose of hunting accompanied by the legal guardian or a supervisor in writing in writing by the legal guardian; the accompanying person must be hunted.(3) The youth hunting licence shall not be entitled to participate in the hunting of companies.(4) In addition, § 15 applies accordingly. Non-official table of contents

§ 17 Refusal of hunting grounds

(1) The hunting licence is a failure
1.
People who are not sixteen years old;
2.
People who have facts justifying the assumption that they do not possess the required reliability or physical fitness;
3.
People who are deprived of the hunting licence during the period of withdrawal or a lock (§ § 18, 41 para. 2);
4.
Persons who do not provide adequate hunting liability insurance (five hundred thousand euros for personal injury and fifty thousand euros for property damage); the insurance can only be in the case of an insurance undertaking established in the European Union or having an establishment within the scope of the Insurance Supervision Act, the countries may be subject to the conclusion of a Community insurance scheme without the need for participation;
absence of reliability or personal fitness for the purposes of § § 5 and 6 of the Weapons Act, only a hunting licence may be granted in accordance with Section 15 (7).(2) The Jagdschein can be denied
1.
Persons not yet eighteen years old ,
2.
Persons who are not Germans within the meaning of Article 116 of the Basic Law;
3.
Persons who do not have their residence or habitual residence in the scope of this law for not less than three years;
4.
Persons who have violated the principles of § 1 para. 3 with difficulty or repeatedly.
(3) The required reliability does not possess any person when facts are Justify the assumption that they use
1.
Use weapons or ammunition in an abusive or reckless manner
2.
do not handle weapons or ammunition carefully and properly, and do not keep these items carefully;
3.
Weapons or ammunition are left to people who are not authorized to exercise actual force over these items.
(4) The reliability required Typically people do not own
1.
a)
because of a crime,
b)
because of an intentional failure that justifies one of the assumptions within the meaning of paragraph 3 (1) to (3),
c)
because of a negligent offence related to handling weapons, ammunition, or explosives,
d)
because of a criminal offence against hunting rights, animal welfare or nature protection regulations, the gun law, the law on the control of weapons of war or the Explosives Act
may have been sentenced to a custodial sentence, a juvenile sentence, a fine of at least 60 daily rates, or at least twice a lower fine if the legal force of the last sentence has been passed since the last date of the last sentence. Conviction for five years has not passed; the time limit shall be taken into account for the time since the withdrawal or withdrawal of a hunting licence or a ban on the possession of a weapon pursuant to section 41 of the Weapons Act, because of the act which the is not included in the time limit, the time in which the person concerned has been held in an institution by the authority or judicial authority;
2.
repeatedly or grossly violated a rule referred to in point 1 (d);
3.
incapacitated or limited in business capacity;
4.
drunkedness, noise-addictive,
() If a procedure pursuant to paragraph 4 (1) has not yet been completed, the competent authority may decide on the application for the award of the hunting grounds until the final conclusion of the procedure is completed. Suspend the procedure. The period of suspension of the procedure shall be included in the period referred to in paragraph 4 (1), first half-sentence.(6) If facts are known which raise concerns about the reliability referred to in paragraph 4 (4) or the physical fitness referred to in paragraph 1 (2), the competent authority may submit to the person concerned the presentation of an official or specialist certificate of to give up mental and physical aptitude. Non-official table of contents

§ 18 Confiscation of the hunting grounds

If facts which justify the refusal of the hunting grounds, only after the date of issue of the In the cases of Article 17 (1) and in cases where only a youth hunting licence should have been issued (Section 16), and in the case of the hunting licence, the Authority shall be notified of the hunting grounds or the authority which issued the hunting licence. Withdrawal in accordance with § 41 obligated, in the cases of § 17 para. 2, entitled to declare the hunting licence invalid and to collect. There is no right to a refund of the hunting licence fees. The Authority may set a deadline for blocking the redistribution of the hunting grounds. Non-official table of contents

§ 18a Contributor obligations

The first-time granting of a permit in accordance with § § 15 and 16, the result of reviews pursuant to § 17 as well as measures pursuant to § § 18, 40, 41 and 41a are to be communicated to the competent authority responsible for the enforcement of the Weapons Act pursuant to § 48 (1) and (2) of the Act.

V. Section
Hunting Restrictions, Duties in the hunting exercise and the troubled game of Wild

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§ 19 Substantive Prohibitions

(1) Prohibition is
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with Schrot, item, hacked lead, bolts or arrows, also as a fishing shot, on shell game and seal to shoot;
2.
a)
to shoot for revenge and seal with sleeve cartridges, the impact energy of which is 100 m (E 100) less than 1 000 joules;
b)
to shoot all the rest of the shell game with sleeve cartridges under a caliber of 6.5 mm; in the calibre 6.5 mm and above, the bushing cartridges must have an impact energy at 100 m (E) 100) of at least 2 000 joules;
c)
on wild game with semi-automatic or automatic weapons capable of receiving more than two cartridges in the magazine, to shooting;
d)
to shoot on wild with pistols or revolvers, except in case of construction and trapping, as well as for the surrender of fishing shots if the energy of the muzzle of the Floors are at least 200 joules;
3.
the lone hunt within a zone of 300 meters from the borough border, hunting by ringing of the fields and the To carry out a moonlight driving hunt;
4.
Wild wild game, other than black game, as well as feather deer to be taken at night time; as a night, the time of one and a half hours shall be applicable. after sunset up to one and a half hours before sunrise; the prohibition shall not cover the hunting of seagulls, wild woodpads, oak, birch and racklewild game;
5.
a)
artificial light sources, mirrors, devices to beam or illuminate the target, Night-end equipment which has an image converter or an electronic reinforcement and which is intended for firearms to use or use equipment for the purpose of fishing or laying game of any kind, which shall be used for the purpose of fishing and/or laying down electric shocks, and to catch feather wild at night time on lighthouses or beacons;
b)
Vogelleim, traps, fishing hooks, nets, reusen or similar facilities, or Mutilated birds to be used in the catch or use of feather game;
6.
To suspend or give rewards for the shooting or the catch of feather game receive;
7.
Saufänge, Fang-oder Fallgruben without approval of the competent authority;
8.
Slings of any kind in which wild game can catch, manufacture, purchase or set up game;
9.
Fishing devices that don't catch unharbable or kill immediately, as well as use self-weft devices;
10.
in emergency times shell game within a radius of 200 meters of feeding;
11.
Wild off aircraft, motor vehicles or machinery-driven watercraft; the prohibition does not include the placing of wild game from motor vehicles by the physically disabled with the permission of the competent authority;
12.
exercise the network hunt on seals;
13.
exercise the hunt for wild game;
14.
exercise search and drive hunting in spring;
15.
Wild to poison or poisoned game or stunning bait;
16.
exercise the bracken hunting on an area of less than 1 000 hectares;
17.
collect drop bars without written permission from the hunting practising person;
18.
captured (
) The countries may extend the provisions of paragraph 1, with the exception of point 16, or restrict them for special reasons, to the extent that: The restriction shall be limited only to those referred to in Article 9 (1) of Directive 2009 /147/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 30 June 2009, of the European Parliament and of the Council of the European Parliament, on the conservation of wild birds (OJ L 327, 22.12.2009, p. 7), as amended in each case, and in accordance with the measures referred to in Article 9 (2) of Directive 2009 /147/EC.The energy values prescribed in paragraph 1 (2) (a) and (b) may be undershot if the use of ammunition for certain hunting purposes is confirmed by a state or state-approved institute. The smallest packaging unit of the ammunition shall indicate the specialised institute which carried out the test and the intended use. unofficial table of contents

§ 19a Beunquiet of Wild

prohibitions, wild game, in particular as far as it is endangered or threatened in its stock, to interfere with his sanctuary, neckline, brood or dwellings by searching, photographing, filming or similar actions. Countries can allow exceptions for certain wild game. Non-official table of contents

§ 20 Local prohibitions

(1) In places where the hunt for the circumstances of the individual case is the public calmness, Order or security or endanger the lives of people, must not be hunted.(2) The exercise of hunting in nature conservation and wildlife areas, as well as in national and game parks, is regulated by the countries. Non-official table of contents

§ 21 Departure control

(1) The grant of the wild is to be regulated in such a way that the entitled claims of the land, forestry and Fisheries management is fully protected against wild damage and the concerns of nature conservation and landscape conservation are taken into account. Within the limits set by this, the system of cessation should help to ensure that a healthy stock of all domestic species is preserved in an appropriate number and, in particular, that the protection of species threatened with extinctiy species is protected appears.(2) Wild game (with the exception of wild game), as well as oer, birch and racklewild game may only be laid down on the basis of and within the framework of a plan of discharge to be confirmed or fixed by the competent authority in agreement with the hunting advisory council (§ 37) is. Seals may only be hunted on the basis of and within the framework of a plan to draw up, on a yearly basis, the coastal sea countries or parts thereof on the basis of an inventory investigation. In the case of Community hunting districts, the hunting plan shall be drawn up by the hunting practising party in agreement with the hunting board. Within the host communities, the plans shall be drawn up in agreement with the hunting stock of the hunting cooperatives and the owners of the hunting districts belonging to the healers. The details are determined by the national legislation. The scout plan for shell game must be fulfilled. The countries are subject to provisions under which the execution of the plan can be monitored and enforced by means of a reporting procedure; they may require the physical proof of the fulfilment of the plan of discharge.(3) The shooting of wild game, whose stock appears threatened, may be permanently or temporarily banned in certain districts or in certain areas.(4) The members of the State Forests shall be responsible for the censure of the countries.

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§ 21 para. 2 idF d. Bek. v. 29.9.1976 I 2849: Baden-Württemberg-Deviation by § 27 (8) of the Landesjagdgesetz (LJagdG) idF d. G v. 11.10.2007 GBl. BW 2007, 473 mWv 1.4.2007
§ 21 paragraph 2 idF d. Bek. v. 29.9.1976 I 2849: Nordrhein-Westfalen-Deviation by § 22 para. 14 of the Landesjagdgesetz (LJG-NRW) idF d. G v. 19.6.2007 GV. NRW 2007, 226 mWv 5.7.2007
§ 21 paragraph 2 sentence 1 idF d. Bek. v. 29.9.1976 I 2849: Sachsen-Anhalt-Deviation by § 26 (1) sentence 2 and Section 9 of the Landesjagdgesetz für Sachsen-Anhalt (LJagdG) 23.7.1991 GVBl. LSA S 186, as last amended by Art. 1 of the G v. 18.1.2011 GVBl. LSA S. 6 mWv 1.2.2011 (cf. BGBl. I 2011, 1943) Non-official table of contents

§ 22 Hunting and working time

(1) According to the principles of the Hege, defined in § 1 (2), the Federal Ministry of Law with the consent of the Federal Council of the Federal Republic of Germany the times in which the hunt for game may be exercised (hunting seasons). Outside the hunting seasons, wild game is to be spared with hunting (check-time). Countries may reduce or abolic hunting periods; they may, for specific reasons, or for specific hunting districts, for special reasons, in particular for reasons of animal disease control and national culture, to eradicate the hunting season. or caring wild animals, to avoid excessive wild damage, for scientific, teaching and research purposes, in the event of a disturbance of the biological balance or of the wild-type hedge. For the live capture of wild game, countries may, in individual cases, allow exceptions to the second sentence.(2) Wild, for which a hunting season is not set, is to be spared throughout the year with the hunt. In the event of a disturbance of the biological balance or in the case of serious damage to the national culture, the Länder may set hunting seasons or, in individual cases, allow exceptions for scientific, teaching and research purposes.(3) For reasons of national culture, it is possible to completely eliminate the seasons for wild game (Wild without a period of grace). (4) In the set and brood times, the young animals are allowed to become the parent animals necessary for the rearing, even those of wild animals without the need for a wild game. Schonzeit, are not hunted. Countries may, for wild rabbits, wild rabbits, fox, beef and turkey, silver and salmon, as well as animal species subject to hunting rights under national law, determine exceptions for the reasons set out in the second sentence of paragraph 2 and in paragraph 3. The competent authority of the country in question may, on a case-by-case basis, cover the horseback of nestlings and branches of the hawks for pickling purposes from the grounds referred to in Article 9 (1) (c) of Directive 2009 /147/EC and in accordance with the provisions of Article 9 (2). Directive 2009 /147/EC. The take-out of the jellies of feather game is prohibited. The countries may allow occasional individual cases to be exempted for scientific, teaching and research purposes or for the purposes of rearing. Countries may also collect the eggs of bark and turkey and silver and salmon lions from the grounds referred to in Article 9 (1) of Directive 2009 /147/EC and in accordance with the conditions laid down in Article 9 (2) of Directive 2009 /147/EC

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§ 22 para. 1 idF d. Bek. v. 29.9.1976 I 2849: Nordrhein-Westfalen-derogation by § 1 of the Landesjagdzeitenverordnung für Nordrhein-Westfalen (JagdzeitV NW 2015)v. 28.5.2015 GV. NRW S 468 mWv 29.5.2015 (cf. BGBl. I 2015, 1040)
§ 22 para. 1 sentence 1 idF d. Bek. v. 29.9.1976 I 2849: Saxony-Anhalt-deviation by § 27 (1) no. 4 of the Landesjagdgesetz für Sachsen-Anhalt (LJagdG)v. 23.7.1991 GVBl. LSA S 186, as last amended by Art. 1 of the G v. 18.1.2011 GVBl. LSA S. 6 mWv 1.2.2011 (cf. BGBl. I 2011, 1943) unofficial table of contents

§ 22a Prevention of preventable pain or suffering of wild game

(1) In order to prevent the wild game from being preventable pain or suffering must be taken immediately; the same shall apply to schwerkranke's game, unless it is sufficient and possible to catch and to supply it.(2) Sickness or schwerkranke Wild, which changes in a foreign hunting district, may only be prosecuted (Wildsuccession) if a written agreement on the game sequence has been concluded with the hunting practising of this hunting district. is. The countries shall lay down more detailed provisions, in particular on the obligation on the hunting grounds of neighbouring hunting districts to reach agreements on the wild succession; they may also supplement the rules relating to the wild succession; or

VI. Section
Jagdschutz

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§ 23 Content of Hunting Protection

The hunting protection includes after detailed determination by the Member States to protect the wild in particular from poachers, fodder distress, wild diseases, wild dogs and cats, and to ensure compliance with the rules adopted to protect wild and wild animals. Non-official table of contents

§ 24 Wildlife epidemic

If a wild disease occurs, the hunting practising authority shall immediately inform the competent authority of this , it shall, in agreement with the official veterinarian, issue the instructions necessary for the control of the disease. Non-official table of contents

§ 25 Hunting Rights Holder

(1) The hunting grounds in a hunting district are adjacent to the competent public authorities. Hunting rights holders, if they are holders of a hunting licence, and the hunting losers confirmed by the competent authority. Professional hunting losers are supposed to be professional hunters or forstlich trained.(2) The confirmed hunting guards shall have the rights and duties of the police officers within their service area on matters relating to the protection of the hunting grounds and are investigators of the Public Prosecutor's Office, provided that they are trained in a professional hunter or in a forestry sector. . In applying direct coercion, they have the powers conferred upon them by national law.(3) (dropped)

VII. Section
Wild and Hunting Jaunts

1.
Wildlife Prevention

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§ 26 Remote keeping of the game

The hunting rights holders as well as the owner or authorized user of a property are entitled to hold the game from the land for the prevention of wild damage or to swam. The hunting rights holder must not damage the property, the owner or the user must not endanger the game or injurate the game. Unofficial Table Of Contents

§ 27 Prevention of Excessive Game Damage

(1) The competent authority may order that the Hunting Exercise , irrespective of the periods of grace, within a specified period, to a certain extent, to reduce the amount of the wild population, if this is to be done with regard to the general good, in particular to the interests of the agricultural, forestry and fishing industries and to the Issues of nature conservation and the maintenance of the landscape are necessary.(2) If the person entitled to a hunting exercise does not comply with the order, the competent authority may, for the latter's account, reduce the existence of the wild population. The wild game is to be handed over to the hunting practising person against appropriate shooting money. Non-official table of contents

§ 28 Other restrictions in the host

(1) Black wild game may only be hated in such concitations that include Breaking out of the black wild.(2) The release of wild rabbits and wild rabbits is prohibited.(3) The release or the settling of alien animals in the wild shall be permitted only with the written consent of the competent supreme state authority or the body designated by it.(4) Countries may be restricted or prohibited by the lifting or release of other species.(5) Countries may prohibit the feeding of wild game or make it subject to authorisation.

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§ 28 para. 2 idF d. Bek. v. 29.9.1976 I 2849: Saxony-Anhalt-deviation by § 2 para. 2 of the Landesjagdgesetz für Sachsen-Anhalt (LJagdG) v. 23.7.1991 GVBl. LSA p. 186, as last amended by Art. 1 of the G v. 18.1.2011 GVBl. LSA S. 6 mWv 1.2.2011 (cf. BGBl. I 2011, 1943)

2.
Wildschadensersatz

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§ 29 Liability for damages

(1) If a property belonging to a Community hunting district or part of a Community hunting district is damaged (Section 5 (1)), damage caused by wild boar, wild rabbit or pheasant is damaged, the Hunting cooperative to replace the injured person with the wild damage. The replacement paid by the Cooperative Fund shall be borne by the individual members of the hunting party in accordance with the ratio of the area of the land concerned to the land concerned. If the hunting manager has taken over the compensation of the game damage in whole or in part, the replacement obligation shall be subject to the Jagdpächter. The replacement obligation of the hunting cooperative shall remain in so far as the injured party cannot obtain replacement from the tenant.(2) Wildlife damage to land which is affiliated to a self-hunting district (Section 5 (1)) shall be replaced by the owner or the beneficiary of the own hunting district. In the case of leasing, the Jagdpächter shall be liable if he has committed himself in the lease contract to replace the game damage. In this case, the owner or the beneficiary shall only be liable if the injured person is unable to obtain replacement from the tenant.(3) In the case of land belonging to a self-hunting district, the obligation to replace wild damage (paragraph 1), except in the cases referred to in paragraph 2, shall be determined in accordance with the existing situation between the injured party and the person entitled to the hunting of the game. Legal relationship. Unless otherwise specified, the person entitled to a hunting exercise shall be liable to the extent of his or her replacement if he or she has caused the damage caused by an insufficient amount of a grant.(4) Countries may choose to extend the obligation of wild damage to other wild game and to distribute the amount of wild damage for certain game by creating a wild-level compensation to a majority of the parties concerned. (Wilddamage compensation fund). Non-official table of contents

§ 30 Wild damage by game from enclosure

Is a piece of wild game that is out of an enclosure and is held there In the case of wild damage, only the person responsible for the replacement shall be responsible for the supervision of the enclosure as a hunting practising person, owner or beneficiary. Non-official table of contents

§ 31 Scope of replacement obligation

(1) According to § § 29 and 30, the game damage is also to be replaced by the separate, but the products of a land which have not yet been harvested.(2) Where soil products whose full value is only allowed to be measured at the time of harvest are damaged by wild game before that date, the damage to the wild shall be replaced by the extent to which it is at the time of harvest. However, when determining the level of damage, account must be taken of whether the damage can be compensated for in the same marketing year in accordance with the principles of a proper economy. Non-official table of contents

§ 32 Protection Devices

(1) A claim for compensation for wild damage is not given if the injured party is the one of the Hunting rights defendants are making ineffective measures taken to repel game damage.(2) The wild damage caused to vineyards, gardens, orchards, nurseries, allees, isolated trees, forest crops exposed to an increased risk by the introduction of other main species other than those in the hunting district, or Free-land plantations of garden or high-quality trade plants shall not be replaced, unless the countries determine otherwise, if the manufacture is not carried out by conventional protective devices which, under normal circumstances, have to be Waste of the damage is sufficient. The countries can determine which protection devices are to be regarded as common.

3.
Jagdschaden

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§ 33 damages obligation

(1) Who does the hunt, has to consider the legitimate interests of the property owners or users of the rights, In particular, it will be possible to conjure up fields and unsewn meadows. The use of drifthunts in fields with ripening stalk or seed, or with tobacco, is prohibited; search hunting is permitted only to the extent that it can be carried out without damage to the ripening fruit.(2) The holder of the hunting exercise shall be liable to the property owner or authorized user for any damage arising from abusive hunting exercise; he shall also be liable for the hunting offal, which shall be caused by a hunting lodge or by a hunting lodge or by a hunting lodge.

4.
Common rules

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§ 34 Recovery of damage

The claim for replacement of game or game damage shall be lost if the person entitled to the claim does not receive the claim within one week after receiving knowledge of the damage or at the time of the damage. Observation of proper care should have been given to the competent authority responsible for the damaged property. In the event of damage to forest land, it is sufficient if it is twice a year, in each case up to 1. May or 1. The Commission shall be notified to the competent authority. The application is intended to designate the person who has been accepted as a replacement. Non-official table of contents

§ 35 Procedure in Wild and Hunting Grounds

The countries can use the wild game and the hunting grounds to seizate the (a) subject to the ordinary course of law, the fact that prior to an administrative authority (preliminary procedure) a procedure for the establishment of an enforceable declaration of undertakings (recognition, comparison) shall take place in advance of an administrative authority (preliminary procedure); or a decision enforceable upon the entry of the legal force (advance notice) is to be adopted. The countries are meeting the more detailed provisions of this.

VIII. Section
Marketing and Protection of Wild

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§ 36 Appropriations

(1) The Federal Ministry of Education and Research is authorized, by means of a decree law with the consent of the Bundesrat, insofar as this is necessary for reasons of lifting, combating poaching and dealing with wild animals, for scientific reasons or for the prevention of damage to health caused by fall wild is to adopt rules on
1.
the application of origin marks in the shipment of
2)
2.
the possession of
2.
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a)
Wild, which is based on legal acts of the European Community or the European Union for reasons of Conservation of the species is strictly or particularly protected or to be protected by the Member States of the European Union, or
b)
otherm Wild,
2a.
the commercial purchase, sale, or exchange of
a)
Wild, which is strictly or particularly protected by legal acts of the European Community or the European Union for the purposes of conservation of the species, or by the Member States of the European Union, or
b)
other game
2b.
the rest of the The acquisition, exercise of actual violence or other use, delivery, offering for sale or exchange, breeding, transportation, selling, selling or other placing on the market of Wild,
3.
The import, import, export, and other misdement of Wild in, through and out of the scope of this law,
4.
the obligation to guide wild-trading books,
5.
the identification of wild game.
(2) The In particular, countries enact rules on
1.
the official supervision of the commercial Purchase, sale and exchange as well as the commercial processing of wild game and the official supervision of the wild-trade books,
2.
the recording, the care and
() The rules referred to in paragraphs 1 (2) and (3) and 2 (2) may also apply to eggs or other forms of development of the wild, to dead game, to parts of the wild, and to the following: to the nests and the products derived from wild game.(4) Legal ordinances referred to in paragraph 1 (1) require the agreement of the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology; legal regulations pursuant to paragraph 1 (3) require the agreement of the Federal Ministry of Finance. require the legal regulations referred to in paragraph 1 (2) to (5) in so far as they have to comply with legal acts of the European Community or of the European Union in the field of the protection of species or obligations arising from international conventions on species protection, of the agreement with the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety.(5) The Federal Ministry of Finance and the customs offices designated by the Federal Ministry of Finance shall cooperate in the import, export and export as well as in the other movement of wild game. The Federal Ministry of Finance, in agreement with the Federal Ministry, regulates the details of the procedure provided for in the first sentence without the consent of the Federal Council; it may in this case, in particular, be subject to obligations to indicate, notifications, Provide for information and the performance of ancillary services, as well as for the training of surveys and the taking of samples of free samples and samples. The Federal Ministry of Finance, in agreement with the Federal Ministry of Finance, shall announce in the Federal Gazette the customs offices in which wild game for import, export and export as well as for other purposes is made, if the import, export and export , as well as the other misdeed by the regulation referred to in paragraph 1 (3). Non-official table of contents

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§ 37

(1) In the countries, hunting councils are to be found , which must include representatives of agriculture, forestry, hunting cooperatives, hunters and nature conservation.(2) Countries may provide for the participation of hunters ' associations in cases where hunters are in breach of the principles of righteousness (Section 1 (3)).

X. Section
Straf-and Fines rules

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§ 38 criminal rules

(1) with imprisonment of up to five years or with Fine is punished for who
1.
of a fully retractable order pursuant to § 21 (3)
2.
contrary to § 22 para. 2 sentence 1 Wild not spared with the hunt or
3.
contrary to § 22 para. 4 sentence 1 a parent animal is hunted.
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§ 38a Penal rules

(1) Imprisonment of up to five years or a fine shall be punishable by a person who is responsible for a Pursuant to Article 36 (1) (2a) (a) or of a enforceable order, the legal regulation is contrary to such a decree, in so far as the regulation refers to this piece of criminal law for a certain amount of the offence.(2) A term of imprisonment of up to three years or a fine shall be punished for who is contrary to a legal regulation pursuant to Article 36 (1) (2) (a) or a enforceable order under such a decree law, to the extent that the Legal regulation for a particular case refers to this penal code.(3) In the cases referred to in paragraph 1, the perpetrator shall not recognise that the act relates to wild game of a kind referred to in Article 36 (1) (2a) (a), the penalty shall be a custodial sentence of up to two years or a fine.(4) In the cases referred to in paragraph 2, the perpetrator shall not recognise that the act relates to wild game of a kind referred to in Article 36 (1) (2) (a), the penalty shall be a custodial sentence of up to one year or a fine.(5) The deed shall not be punishable if the act affects an insignificant quantity of the specimens and has an insignificant impact on the conservation status of the species. Non-official table of contents

§ 39 Administrative Offences

(1) Administrative Offences are those who
1.
pursues hunting or restriction of hunting permit in paced districts (§ 6)
2.
exercises the hunting against a restriction imposed in accordance with § 7 (3);
3.
3.
on the basis of a hunting lease agreement, which is void pursuant to § 11 paragraph 6 sentence 1, a non-valid hunting permit pursuant to § 11 para. 6 sentence 2 or contrary to § 12 para. 4 the hunt ;
4.
as the holder of a youth chase without accompanying person, exercise the hunt (§ 16);
5.
The requirements of § 19 (1) Nos. 3 to 9, 11 to 14, 16 to 18, § 19a or § 20 para. 1 are contrary;
6.
used to spoil the wild, which violates or endangers wild game (§ 26);
7.
a provision of Section 28 (1) to (3) on the Hegen, the sit-out and the settling;
8.
§ 33 (1) is contrary to the provisions of Section 33 (1) and thus addresses hunting grounds;
9.
does not show the hunting licence on request (§ 15 para. 1).
(2) Administrative Offlaw who intentionally or negligently pursues
1.
hunting, even though he does not have a valid hunting licence with leads or although the hunting exercise is prohibited (§ 41a);
2.
is contrary to the provisions of § 19 (1) Nos. 1, 2, 10 and 15;
3.
Wild or other wild game, which is only allowed to be hunted under a draft plan, before the plan is confirmed or fixed (§ 21 para. 2 sentence 1), or who is the Closure plan exceeds;
3a.
contrary to § 22 para. 1 sentence 2 Wild, not spared hunting,
4.
as a hunting practising person, the presence of a wild disease does not immediately indicate to the competent authority or the instructions of the competent authority for the control of the wild disease (§ 24);
5.
of a legal regulation pursuant to § 36 (1) (1), (2) (b), (2a) (b), (2b) to (4) or (5), (2) or (2), or Paragraph 5 or of a enforceable order shall be contrary to such a regulation in so far as the legal regulation refers to this fine for a given case, or
6.
for hunting unauthorized persons entering a foreign hunting district outside of the way to be used for general use.
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§ 40 confiscation

(1) is a criminal offence pursuant to § 38 or an administrative offence pursuant to section 39 (1) no. 5 or para. 2 no. 2 to 3a or 5,
1.
may be objects to which the offence or regularity of the offence is committed. , and
2.
Items that have been used or determined to be served or prepared
.(2) § 74a of the Criminal Code and § 23 of the Code of Administrative Offences shall apply. Non-official table of contents

§ 41 Order of withdrawal of the hunting grounds

(1) If someone is in breach of an illegal act
1.
according to § 38 of this law,
2.
according to § § 113, 114, 223 to 227, 231, 239, 240 of the Criminal Code, if the person against whom the act was directed is in the pursuit of forestry, field, hunting or fishery protection , or
3.
according to § § 292 to 294 of the Criminal Code
, or is not convicted of convicting or not guilty of his or her inability to incriminate , the Court of First Instance orders the withdrawal of the hunting lodge, if it is clear that there is a risk that he will commit serious unlawful acts of the designated type if the hunting grounds are still in possession.(2) The court orders the withdrawal of the hunting grounds, so it is at the same time that for a period of one year up to five years no new hunting licence may be issued (lock). The lock can be arranged forever if it is to be expected that the legal maximum period to avert the risk imminent by the perpetrator is not sufficient. If the offender does not have a hunting licence, then only the lock is arranged. The lock begins with the legal force of the judgment.(3) In the event of an order for the reason to believe that there is no longer a risk that the offender will commit serious unlawful acts of the kind referred to in paragraph 1, the court may suspend the ban prematurely. Unofficial Table Of Contents

§ 41a Prohibition of Hunting Exercise

(1) Will be against someone
1.
a penalty because of an offence he committed at or in connection with the hunting exercise ,
2.
for an administrative offence pursuant to § 39, which he committed under rough or persistent breach of the obligations of the hunting exercise, a fine ,
may, in the decision for a period of one month to six months, be prohibited from carrying out the hunt.(2) The prohibition of the hunting exercise shall take effect with the legal force of the decision. For the duration of its duration, a given hunting licence shall be kept officially as long as it has not expired; the same shall apply to a hunting licence newly issued after the end of the hunting year. If he is not published voluntarily, he shall be seized.(3) If a hunting licence is to be held officially, the prohibition period shall not be counted until the date on which this occurs. The time limit is not included in the period of prohibition, in which the offender is kept in an administrative order in an institution.(4) At the beginning of the prohibition period referred to in the first sentence of paragraph 3, the offender shall be lecturing in connection with the proclamation of the decision or upon notification of the decision. Non-official table of contents

§ 42 National Criminal Law and Fines Rules

Countries can apply criminal and fine rules for violations of the provisions adopted by them shall, to the extent that they are not already included in this Act, shall apply to them.

XI. Section
Final Provisions

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§ 44 special regulations

The competent national governments are authorized to exercise the duties of the Federal Ministry of Justice in consultation with the Federal Ministry of Justice Hunting on the island of Heligoland and hunting for waterfowl on the Untersee and the Rhine near Constance, deviating from the rules of this law. Non-official table of contents

§ 44a Incontact clause

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§ 46 Entry into force of the law

(1) (Entry into force of the original version of the law) (2) (repeal of regulations) (3) references to provisions which have been repeal pursuant to paragraph 2 shall be deemed to have been References to the relevant provisions of this Act or the relevant provisions of national law.