Order for the transfer of responsibilities for the adoption of appeals and the representation of the Dienstherrn in the case of legal proceedings of employees of the Federal Social Court, the Federal Insurance Office and the Robert Koch Institute in Affairs according to federal state aid rulesNon-official table of contents
Date of issue: 27.07.2004
" Order to transfer responsibilities for the decree The Office of the Federal Social Court (Bundessozialgericht), the Federal Insurance Office and the Robert Koch Institute in matters under the federal state aid rules of 27 October 2008. July 2004 (BGBl. I p. 2104) "
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According to § 126 (3) No. 2 sentence 2 of the Civil Service Law Framework Act in conjunction with § 172 The Federal Office of Civil Service (Bundesbeamtengesetz) and § 46 of the German Law on Judges are conferred on the Federal Administrative Office (Bundesverwaltungsamt) the power to oppose the appeals of employees of the Federal Social Court, the Federal Insurance Office and the Robert Koch Institute against The Administrative Act and the rejection of a claim in matters under the federal state aid rules shall be decided upon, in so far as the Federal Administrative Office was responsible for the issuing of the administrative act or the rejection of the claim. unofficial table of contents
According to § 174 (3) of the Federal Civil Service Act in conjunction with Section 46 of the German Law on Judges, the Federal Administrative Office shall be represented by the Federal Ministry of Health and Social Protection in the administrative judicial proceedings of the Federal Office for Public Health and Social Protection. Employees of the bodies referred to in Section I shall be transferred in matters under the federal state aid rules. unofficial table of contents
This arrangement, insofar as it relates to the Federal Social Court and the Federal Insurance Office, is 1. July 2004 and, as far as the Robert Koch Institute is concerned, on 15 July 2004. July 2004 effective. Non-official table of contents
The Federal Minister for Health and Social Security