Order Of The President On The Official Costume In The Military Courts

Original Language Title: Anordnung des Bundespräsidenten über die Amtstracht bei den Wehrdienstgerichten

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Order of the President of the official costume at the military service courts BPräsWehrDGerKldgAnO Ausfertigung date: 19.06.1957 full quotation: "Arrangement of the President about the official costume in the military courts in the adjusted version published in the Federal Law Gazette Part III, outline number 52-2-3," footnote (+++ text detection from validity: 1 1.1964 +++) input formula on the basis of § 76 in conjunction with § 189 of the federal civil servants act I order: I. 

The official costume of the Bundeswehrdisziplinaranwalts as well as for common officials, members of the judicial service Chambers, the Wehrdisziplinaranwälte and the Registrar at the courts of military service consists of an official robe and a beret. To the official robes of Bundeswehrdisziplinaranwalt and the officials occurring for and the judicial members of the Chambers of the military service wear a simple white neck tie a wide white neck tie with drooping ends, the Wehrdisziplinaranwälte and the Registrar.

II. the colour of the official costume is Crimson, black for the judicial members of the Chambers of the military service, the Wehrdisziplinaranwälte and the Registrar at the courts of military service for the Bundeswehrdisziplinaranwalt. Officials occurring for the Bundeswehrdisziplinaranwalt wear Crimson, black before a military service Board official costume from a military service Senate. The trim on the robes of Office and the beret consists for officials associated with him and the Wehrdisziplinaranwälte of silk for the Registrar from wool velvet, for the Bundeswehrdisziplinaranwalt, for the judicial members of the Chambers of the military service.

A III. wear of the beret) the Bundeswehrdisziplinaranwalt two Crimson lines in silk, b) the judicial members of the Chambers of the military service a cord in silver, c) the Wehrdisziplinaranwälte and the civil servants occurring of the Bundeswehrdisziplinaranwalt a clasp in gold, if before the Bundesdisziplinarhof in silver, if they act before the Chambers of the military service.

IV. the Federal Minister of defence is empowered to adopt implementing regulations for this arrangement.