Decision of the Plenary of the Federal Constitutional Court of 6 December 1978 pursuant to § 14 (4) of the Law on the Federal Constitutional Court Unofficial table of contents
Date of completion: 06.12.1978
" Decision of the Plenary of the Federal Constitutional Court of 6 December 1978 pursuant to Section 14 (4) of the Law on the Federal Constitutional Court of 6 December 1978 (BGBl. I p. 2095) "
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In accordance with Section 14 (4) of the Law on the Federal Constitutional Court, the plenary of the Federal Constitutional Court has, in the version of the Notice of 3 February 1971 (BGBl. 105), as last amended by Section 96 of the Staff Regulations of Officials of 24 August 1976 (BGBl. 2485), adopted: Unofficial table of contents
By way of effect from 1 January 1979, by way of derogation from Section 14 (1) to (3) of the Law on the Federal Constitutional Court, the Second Senate of the Federal Constitutional Court shall also be responsible in the following cases:
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for standards control procedures (§ 13 No. 6 and No. 11 of the Law on the Federal Constitutional Court) and constitutional complaints, in which the violation of Article 19 (4), Articles 33, 38, 101, 103 and 104 of the Basic Law alone or together with the Infringement of fundamental rights is asserted, with the exception of constitutional complaints in the field of civil jurisdiction of complainants with the initial letters A to K, which enter into force on 1 January 1979; outweigh the questions of interpretation of the Articles 1 to 17 of the Basic Law, the First Senate is responsible.
in any case for standards control procedures and constitutional complaints from the legal fields
of the civil service and service relations with religious societies, the law of which is based on the law of the public service, including the relevant disciplinary law, as well as the service of defence and replacement, including the the criminal and disciplinary law relating to this area,
the criminal and penal procedure, as well as the enforcement of investigation and penal detention and of freedom-drawing measures of assurance and improvement;
In addition, for constitutional complaints, where other questions than those of the interpretation of Articles 1 to 17 of the Basic Law prevail;
in the cases of § 13 No. 10 and No. 13 of the Law on the Federal Constitutional Court in accordance with the above rules.
The President of the Federal Constitutional Court