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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The decision of the plenary of the Federal Constitutional Court of 15. November 1993 pursuant to Section 14, Section 4 of the Law on the Federal Constitutional Court

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BVerfGBes 1993-11-15

Date of release: 15.11.1993

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" Decision of the plenary of the Federal Constitutional Court of 15 November 1993 pursuant to Section 14 (4) of the Law on the Federal Constitutional Court of 15 November 1993. November 1993 (BGBl. 2492), as last amended by Section I, Decision of 19 June 1992. November 2014 (BGBl. 2015 I p. 24) has been changed "

:Last modified by An. I Decision v. 19.11.2014; 2015 I 24

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The plenary of the Federal Constitutional Court has 15. November 1993 pursuant to Section 14 (4) of the Law on the Federal Constitutional Court in the version of the Notice of 11. August 1993 (BGBl. I p. 1473): Non-official table of contents

A. 

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 is also responsible for January 1994:
I.
for standards control procedures (§ 13 No. 6 and No. 11 BVerfGG) and constitutional complaints from the legal areas
1.
Asylum Right;
2.
of Aliens Act and International Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters;
3.
of the Citizenship Law;
4.
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;
5.
of the defense and replacement service, including the disciplinary law relating to this area;
6.
the criminal law and the criminal procedure law, except for procedures where questions of interpretation and application of Article 5 or Article 8 GG outweigh matters;
7.
the execution of investigative and penal detention and of deprivation of the rules of security and improvement, as well as the arrangement and execution of others Deprivation of liberty;
8.
of the fine procedure;
9.
of income tax law including church tax law;
II)
for standards control procedures and constitutional complaints received in the financial years 2009 to 2015 from the Legal areas
1.
of the reseller right;
2.
the gun right;
3.
the right of petition;
4.
the right of forced auction and foreclosure (as far as it is not cognitive);
5.
of corporate tax law and conversion control right;
6.
insolvency law (excluding Procedures in which a violation of Article 12 GG is rumors);
7.
the apartment ownership right;
III.
1.
for the rest Regulatory and constitutional complaints,
a)
in which the interpretation and application of International law or Articles 23, 24 and 59 of the GG, with the exception of the individual warranties of human rights, prevail;
b)
where other matters other than those of the Interpretation and application of Articles 1 to 17, 19, 101 and 103 (1) of the GG (also in conjunction with the rule of law)
2.
beyond Constitutional complaints from the field of civil jurisdiction (with the exception of family law and inheritance law) of complainants with the initial letters I-Z, in which questions of a violation of the rights under Article 101 (1) of the GG or Article 103 (1) GG predominant.
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For up to 31. The current Senate competence remains pending before December 1993. unofficial table of contents

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