Decision Of The Plenum Of The Constitutional Court Of 15 November 1993 In Structures With § 14 Para. 4 Of The Law On The Federal Constitutional Court

Original Language Title: Decision of the Plenum of the Constitutional Court of 15 November 1993 in accordance with § 14 para. 4 of the Law on the Federal Constitutional Court

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Decision of the plenum of the Constitutional Court of 15 November 1993 in structures with § 14 paragraph 4 of the law on the Federal Constitutional Court BVerfGBes 1993-11-15 execution date. 15.11.1993 full quote: "decision of the plenum of the Constitutional Court of 15 November 1993 in structures with § 14 para." 4 of the law on the Federal Constitutional Court of 15 November 1993 (Federal Law Gazette I p. 2492), the most recent section I decision of 19 November 2014 (BGBl. 2015 I, p 24) has been changed "status: last amended by section." I decision v 11/19/2014th 2015 I 24 for details on the status information you can find in the menu under instructions footnote (+++ text detection from: 1.1.1994 +++) input formula the plenary of the Federal Constitutional Court on 15 November 1993, pursuant to § 14 paragraph 4 of the law on the Federal Constitutional Court in. the version published on August 11, 1993 (Federal Law Gazette I p 1473rd) decided: A. with effect from 1 January 1994, notwithstanding § 14 para 1 to 3 of the law on the Constitutional Court of the second Senate of the Federal Constitutional Court so responsible. : I. for judicial review (... § 13 No. 6 and no. 11 BVerfGG) and constitutional complaints from the fields of law 1 the right of asylum; 2. the Aliens Act and international mutual legal assistance in criminal matters; 3. the citizenship law; 4. the public service and service relationships with religious communities whose law is modeled on the law of the civil service, including the relevant disciplinary code; 5. the military or alternative service, including disciplinary law in question in this area; 6. criminal and criminal procedural law with the exception of proceedings in which outweigh issues of interpretation and application of article 5 or article 8 of the basic law; 7. the operation of any investigation and criminal detention and of custodial measures of assurance and improvement as well as the arrangement and the operation of other deprivation of liberty; 8 of the administrative fine proceedings; 9 of the income tax law, including church tax law; (II) for judicial review and constitutional complaints received in the fiscal years 2009 to 2015 from the legal areas of displaced persons 1 right. 2. opinie of weapons; 3. the right of petition; 4. the right of foreclosure and enforcement (where it does not concern recognition procedure); 5. the corporate law and reorganization tax law; 6. insolvency law (except for cases in which a violation of article 12 of the basic law is alleged); 7 the residential property law; III. 1 the rest for legal review proceedings and constitutional complaints, a) in which the interpretation and application of international law or to articles 23, 24 and 59 of the basic law, with the exception of individual human rights guarantees, predominate; (b) where outweigh other issues such as the interpretation and application of articles 1 to 17, 19, 101 and 103, paragraph 1 of the Basic Law (in conjunction with the rule of law). 2. Moreover, for constitutional complaints in the field of civil justice (with the exception of family law and inheritance law) by complainants with the first letter I-Z, in which questions of a violation of rights under article 101, para. 1 GG or article 103 para. 1 GG predominate. For example, until 31 December 1993 pending expectant method, it remains at the recent Senate jurisdiction. C. -.