Arrangement For The Transfer Of Responsibilities For The Adoption Of Inconsistent Assessments And The Representative Of The Employer In Actions Brought By Employees Of The Bundessozialgericht, Of The Federal Insurance Office And The Robert Koch Institu...

Original Language Title: Anordnung zur Übertragung von Zuständigkeiten für den Erlass von Widerspruchsbescheiden und die Vertretung des Dienstherrn bei Klagen von Beschäftigten des Bundessozialgerichts, des Bundesversicherungsamtes und des Robert Koch-Instituts in Angeleg...

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Arrangement for the transfer of responsibilities for the adoption of inconsistent assessments and the representative of the employer in actions brought by employees of the Bundessozialgericht, of the Federal Insurance Office and the Robert Koch Institute in matters to the State aid rules of the Federal BSGWidAnO Ausfertigung date: 27.07.2004 full quotation: "arrangement for the transfer of responsibilities for the adoption of inconsistent assessments and the representative of the employer in actions brought by employees of the Bundessozialgericht, of the Federal Insurance Office and the Robert Koch Institute in matters to the State aid rules of the Federal Government by July 27, 2004 (Federal Law Gazette I p. 2104)"
Footnote (+++ text detection from: 1. 7.2004 +++) I. 

According to article 126 par. 3 No. 2 set 2 of the law on civil servants framework law in conjunction with article 172 of the federal civil servants Act and section 46 of the German law on judges is the Federal Office of administration power conferred on contradictions by employees of the Bundessozialgericht, to decide as far as the Federal Office of Administration for the adoption of the administrative act or the denial of the claim was in charge of the Federal Insurance Office and the Robert Koch Institute against administrative acts, as well as the denial of a claim in matters to the State aid rules of the Federal Government.

II. According to section 174, paragraph 3, of the federal civil servants act in conjunction with § 46 of the German law on judges representing the Federal Ministry for health and social security administrative procedure employees of institutions in matters referred to in section I transmitted the Federal Office of Administration to the State aid rules of the Federal Government.

III. this order takes effect, insofar as it concerns the Federal Social Court and the Federal Insurance Office on July 1, 2004 and, as far as it relates to the Robert Koch Institute, on July 15, 2004.

Concluding formula the Federal Minister for health and social security