Decision Of The Constitutional Court Of 17 December 1970 In Accordance With § 14 Para 4 Of The Law On The Constitutional Court

Original Language Title: Beschluß des Bundesverfassungsgerichts vom 17. Dezember 1970 gemäß § 14 Abs. 4 des Gesetzes über das Bundesverfassungsgericht

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Decision of the Federal Constitutional Court of 17. December 1970 pursuant to § 14 (4) of the Law on the Federal Constitutional Court

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BVerfGBes 1970-12-17

Date of release: 17.12.1970

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" Decision of the Federal Constitutional Court of 17 December 1970 pursuant to Section 14 (4) of the Law on the Federal Constitutional Court of 17 December 1970. December 1970 (BGBl. 1971 I p. 14), which was last adopted by decision of the plenary. Federal Constitutional Court of 23 November 1977 (BGBl. I p. 2622) "

:Last modified by decision of the plenum d. Federal Constitutional Court v. 23.11.1977 I 2622

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The plenary of the Federal Constitutional Court has, in accordance with Section 14 (4) of the Law on the Federal Constitutional Court of 12 March 1951 (Bundesgesetzbl. 243), as amended by the Second Amendment Act of 26 June 2009. June 1959 (Bundesgesetzbl. 297): Non-official table of contents

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With effect from 1. By way of derogation from Section 14 (1) to (3) of the Act on the Federal Constitutional Court, the second Senate of the Federal Constitutional Court shall also be responsible for the following cases:
1.
for standard control procedures (§ 13 No. 6 and No. 11 of the Federal Constitutional Court Act) and Constitutional complaints alleging infringement of Article 19 (4), Articles 33, 38, 101, 103 and 104 of the Basic Law alone or together with the violation of fundamental rights, except for standards control procedures and Constitutional complaints from the field of civil jurisdiction, which enter into force in the 1978 financial year; predominate questions of interpretation of Articles 1 to 17 of the Basic Law, so the First Senate is responsible;
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in any case, for standards control procedures and constitutional complaints from the legal areas
a)
of the public service and the service relations with religious companies whose law is based on the law of the public service, including the respective Disciplinary law, as well as the defence and replacement service, including the criminal and disciplinary law relating to this area,
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of the criminal and penal procedure , as well as the enforcement of investigation and penal detention and of freedom-drawing measures of assurance and improvement;
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for the rest of the Constitutional complaints, in which other questions as such outweigh the interpretation of Articles 1 to 17 of the Basic Law;
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in the cases of § 13 No. 10 and No. 13 of the Basic Law. Law on the Federal Constitutional Court according to the above rules.
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The President of the Federal Constitutional Court