Regulations On The Administration And Management Of The Official Apartments Of Members Of The Federal Government (Annex To Article 5 Of The Provisions Concerning Office Apartments, Relocation Expenses, Daily Subsistence Allowances And Compensation For ...

Original Language Title: Vorschriften über die Verwaltung und Bewirtschaftung der Amtswohnungen der Mitglieder der Bundesregierung (Anlage zu § 5 der Bestimmungen über Amtswohnungen, Umzugskostenentschädigung, Tagegelder und Entschädigung für Reisekosten der Mitglieder ...

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Regulations on the administration and management of the official residences of the members of the Federal Government (annex to § 5 of the provisions on official housing, repayment of expenses, daily allowances and compensation for travel expenses of the members of the Federal Government) Federal Government)

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Date of release: 10.11.1953

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" Regulations on the administration and management of the official residences of the members of the Federal Government (annex to § 5 of the provisions on official housing, repayment of expenses, daily allowances and compensation for travel expenses of the members of the Federal Government) in the Federal Law Gazans Part III, outline number 1103-1-1, published revised version, as last amended by Article 1 of the Regulation of 9. February 1995 (BGBl. I p. 192) has been changed "

:Last modified by Art. 1 V v. 9.2.1995 I 192

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I.
Administration

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§ 1 

(1) A flat sheet for which the model of Appendix 1 of the service rules of residence of the 16th is to be applied to each of the official apartments and accessories. February 1970 (Ministerial Gazer of the Federal Minister of Finance, p. 134), last amended on 23 February 1970. January 1981 (Ministerial Gazer of the Federal Minister of Finance, p. 46) may serve as a Anhalt-Anhalt. Changes to the apartment and additions to the furnishings are to be entered in the same way. The apartment sheet should always be able to identify the current status of the apartment and provide a sufficient basis for the administration, handing over and withdrawal of the apartment.(2) The flat is to be examined in the handing over and the withdrawal of the official residence.(3) The new owner of the apartment has to recognise the correct transfer of the apartment in addition to accessories by signing on the apartment sheet.(4) In the cases of § 1 (3) and § 2 of the Provisions, the provisions in paragraphs 1 to 3 shall apply only in so far as the official residence is provided with federal furnishings.

II.
Maintenance, entertainment, etc.

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§ 2

The official residence shall be located at the expense of the federal government within the budgetary resources available for construction and otherwise maintained. Maintenance also includes
a)
the cleaning of the chimneys;
b)
the floor and footrest of the floors and the footrests of the rooms in the time limits imposed by the use and the need for preservation;
c)
The cleaning, removal and reintroduction from federal funds of procured window awnings, window blinds, protective tents over balconies and the like.
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§ 3

Belonging to an official residence garages, they will be reinstated by the federal government within the available budget held. The equipment used in the garages must be designed and maintained by the owner of the apartment. Non-official table of contents

§ 4

(1) The cost of maintenance, renewal, and completion of the federal furnishings within the available budget of the Federal Government, insofar as they are not subject to the burden of the owner of the housing pursuant to § 4 (4), last sentence of the provisions.(2) The same shall apply to the cleaning, polishing and cleaning of the silver appliance, as well as the cleaning of the tabletop and the tableware, insofar as these objects are made available and used for representation purposes and insofar as such works are carried out

III.
Cleaning, heating, water supply and lighting

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§ 5

(1) The cost of cleaning, heating, water supply and lighting of the working and lecture rooms, the associated prerooms and waiting rooms, the premises for representation purposes and the access to the official apartments, such as corridors, corridors and stairs, bear the covenant. The same applies to the cleaning of the furnishings in these rooms, insofar as the works are not carried out by domestic workers of the owner of the apartment.(2) The costs of cleaning also include the costs of cleaning agents and equipment. Non-official table of contents

§ 6

(1) The cleaning of the rooms of the official apartment, not mentioned in § 5, including the existing federal own Furnishing items is the property of the owner of the apartment.(2) However, the cleaning costs shall be charged to the Federal Government if cleaning has become necessary due to structural repairs and the cleaning is not carried out by domestic workers of the owner of the housing. The same applies to the cleaning of all rooms required for the change of the owner of the apartment. Non-official table of contents

§ 7

For the heating of the rooms not mentioned in § 5 of an official residence within the meaning of § 1 of the provisions, the The owner of the apartment is required to pay a heating fee. If the heat consumed can be determined by means of heat meters or heating cost distributors, the heating costs must be transferred to the owner of the apartment. If these conditions are not fulfilled, the heating charge must be calculated in accordance with § 26 (3) and (4) of the service regulations. Non-official table of contents

§ 8

(1) For the cold water used for purposes other than those referred to in § § 5 and 10, the owner of the apartment is responsible for the use of the the costs. If, by way of exception, a calculation is not possible, it shall pay a fee of 3 per cent of the local surcharge, if warm water is delivered by a third party (paragraph 3), of 2 of the hundred of the local surcharge.(2) The costs of water heating shall be borne by the owner of the housing. If these costs cannot be determined by hot water watches or hot water costs distributors, a remuneration is to be paid in accordance with § 27 of the service housing regulations.(3) If warm water is supplied by a third party, the owner of the apartment shall bear the costs of the amount of water consumed and the heating thereof. Non-official table of contents

§ 9

The cost of lighting the rooms not mentioned in § 5 and the cost of removing electricity from electricity or of gas in these rooms, the owner of the apartment has to bear. In order to determine the consumption of electricity and gas in these rooms, special electricity and gas meters are to be drawn up, the rent of which is also borne by the owner of the housing.

IV.
Gardens

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§ 10

(1) The gardens, garden houses, and so on, which belong to the official residence. shall be made available within the available The budget is maintained, planted and illuminated at the expense of the federal government.(2) The same applies with regard to the procurement and maintenance of garden furniture and equipment.

V.
Interphone connections

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§ 11

The service access requirements of the 1 are applicable to the installation and use of intercom in official apartments. June 1976 (Ministerial Gazer of the Federal Minister of Finance, p. 487), as amended on 1 January 1976.

VI.
General

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§ 12

In the cases of § 2 of the provisions, § § 2, 3, 5, 6 and 10 of these regulations are to be applied only if there are no obligations of the landlord.