Ordinance on the implementation of § 15 of the Federal Supply Act

Original Language Title: Verordnung zur Durchführung des § 15 des Bundesversorgungsgesetzes

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Ordinance on the implementation of § 15 of the Federal Supply Act

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BVG§15DV

Date of completion: 31.01.1972

Full quote:

" Regulation implementing Section 15 of the Federal Supply Act of 31 January 1972 (BGBl. I p. 105) "

Footnote

The V is in accordance with the territory referred to in Article 3 of the agreement. Annex I, chap. VIII Sachg. K An. III No 7 EinigVtr iVm Art. 1 G v. 23.9.1990 II 885, 1068 to be applied from 1 January 1991. Measures due to EinigVtr no longer apply gem. Art. 109 No. 3 Buchst. i DBuchst. gg G v. 8.12.2010 I 1864
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Input formula

Pursuant to Section 24a (c) of the Federal Supply Act, as amended by the notice of 20 January 1967 (Bundesgesetzbl. 141, 180), as last amended by the Third Law on the Adaptation of Benefits of the Federal Supply Act of 16 December 1971 (Bundesgesetzbl. I p. 1985), the Federal Government decrees with the consent of the Federal Council: Unofficial table of contents

§ 1

The exceptional wear and tear of clothing or linen caused by the recognized consequences of the injury shall be used for the calculation of the lump sum according to § 15 of the Federal Supply Act for the following employment groups and Wear and tear residues shall be assessed as follows:
Number of valuation scores when meeting with No. 19Nr. 20
1. Blind 17 27
2. one-sided upper arm amputated 17
3. One-sided underarm or hand-amped 14
4. one-sided leg amputees who have received a maid of pelvis, 27 40 38
5. other unilaterally leg amputees 19 33 31
6. one-sided foot amputated, whose artificial leg goes beyond the knee, 22
7. one-sided foot amputated, whose artificial leg does not go beyond the knee, 16
8. one-sided, foot-and-socket amputees with apparatus equipment 10
9. Damaged who received a supporting apparatus with a pelvic basket, 27 40 38
10. Damaged persons who have received a supporting apparatus for the hull, with the exception of damaged persons with simple bodybandages, 22
11. Damage to the leg or arm of the leg or elbow of the knee or elbow, 22
12. Damage to the leg or arm of a supporting apparatus not exceeding knee or elbow, 16
13. Damaged, the guide rails, or the waisted protective sleeves with rail reinforcement for knees, hips, hand, elbow or shoulder, except for damage with simple bandages, 16
14. Damaged that have received a lower leg rail with shoe hangers, 14
15. Damaged by rail reinforcement, except for damaged by simple bodywork, 14
16. Damaged, which are permanently dependent on the use of two crutches or bunkers, 22 36 34
17. Damaged with extended, strongly secretive skin diseases or fistula, with artificial afterbandage, urine catcher or after-closing bandage, 38 57
18. Damaged with special skin diseases or fistula vans of lesser extent 14
19. Damaged who received a hand-operated ambulance for road use, 19
20. Damaged persons who own a motor vehicle or a bicycle, the procurement of which was the basis for the grant of a subsidy pursuant to Section 11 (3) of the BVG, or an electrically powered ambulance for home and road use , 17
21. Blind people who hold a guide dog, 27 32
22. Blindness with loss of two limbs 65 65
23. Double-Oberarmamputee 43 53
24. Other double armamputees 39 50
25. Double-forearm or hand-amped 39 50
26. Double-arm or hand-amped puppets, which are at the same time one-sided with an amputee or a foot-studpute and are supplied with an apparatus equipment, 65 65
27. one-sided upper-arm amputated, at the same time one-sided foot-and-foot amputated, and the artificial leg of which does not go beyond the knee, 33
28. Two-compartment amputees (leg and arm or leg and hand amputated) 36 45 43
29. Two-compartment amputees (leg and arm or leg and hand amputated) who have received a support apparatus for the other leg that goes beyond the knee, 47 53 52
30. Double leg amputees 27 46 44
31. Double-footed amputees, whose art legs go beyond the knee, 31 50 48
32. Double-footed amputees whose art legs don't go beyond the knee, 22 41 39
33. Double-footed amputee with equipment 15
34. Damaged which have received a supporting apparatus or an artificial leg with a pelvic basket and which are permanently dependent on the use of two crutches or bunkers, 49 57 55
35. one-sided leg amputees, who are foot-studded on the other leg, and whose artificial leg goes beyond the knee on this leg, 30 49 47
36. one-sided leg amputees, who are foot-studded on the other leg and whose mainstays do not go beyond the knee on this leg, 26 45 43
37. one-sided leg amputees, who have been given a lower leg rail with shoe hangers for the remaining leg, 24 43 41
38. one-sided leg amputees, who are foot-studded on the other leg and are supplied with an apparatus equipment, 23 42 40
39. one-sided leg amputees who have received a supporting apparatus for the hull, 41
40. one-sided leg amputees, who have received a supporting apparatus for the arm that goes beyond the elbow, 41
41. one-sided leg amputees, who have received a supporting apparatus that goes beyond the knee for the remaining leg, 30 49 47
42. one-sided leg amputees, who have received a support apparatus that does not extend beyond the knee for the remaining leg, 26 45 43
43. one-sided leg amputees, who have been given a rail-reinforcement support, 33
44. on one side leg amputees, which are permanently dependent on the use of two crutches or bunkers, 41 50 48
45. one-sided leg amputees with extensive, strongly secretive skin diseases or fistula irons outside of the stump area, with artificial afterbandage, urine catcher or after-closing bandage 57
46. on one side leg amputees with special skin diseases or fistula side brackets of lesser extent outside of the stump area 33
47. Double leg amputees, which at the same time are single-sided arm-or handamputated, 55 61
48. Double-footed amputees with equipment that are at the same time arm-or handamputated on one side, 55
49. Double leg amputees, which are permanently dependent on the use of two crutches or bunkers, 49 65 65
50. Double-footed amputees, whose artificial legs go beyond the knee, and which are permanently dependent on the use of two crutches or bunkers, 53 65 65
51. one-sided leg amputees, who are permanently dependent on the use of two crutches or bunkers and have received a supporting apparatus for the fuselage, 57 64 63
52. one-sided leg amputees, which are permanently dependent on the use of two crutches or bunkers and have been given a rail-reinforcement forging, 52 58 56
53. one-sided leg amputees with extensive, strongly secretive skin diseases or fistula irons outside of the stump area with artificial afterbandage, urine catcher or after-closing bandage, which are permanently on the use of two crutches or Stockrests are dependent, 65 65 65
54. Double leg amputees, who have received a supporting apparatus for the fuselage and which are permanently dependent on the use of two crutches or bunkers, 65 65 65
55. Double leg amputees, which have received a supporting apparatus for the arm that goes beyond the elbow and which are permanently dependent on the use of two crutches or bunkers, 57 62
56. Four champutations 65 65
57. Damaged which have received a supporting apparatus for the leg that goes beyond the knee, and which are permanently dependent on the use of two crutches or bunkers, 45 53 51
58. Damaged which have received a supporting apparatus for the fuselage and which are permanently dependent on the use of two crutches or bunkers, 38 50 49
59. Damaged which have not received support apparatus for both legs beyond the knees, 22
60. Damaged with extended, strongly secretive skin diseases or fistula, with artificial afterbandage, urine catcher or after-closing bandage, which are permanently dependent on the use of two crutches or bunkers, 61 65 65
61. Damaged with special skin diseases or fistula or fistula, which are permanently dependent on the use of two crutches or bunkers, 36 50 48
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§ 2

Where there is no provision for an assessment to be made for the meeting of the facts set out in Article 1, a total number of assessment figures shall be established taking into account the valuation figures for each of the facts, which shall not exceed 65 may. Unofficial table of contents

§ 3

If the recognised consequences of the injury cause exceptional wear on clothing or linen in cases other than those provided for in § 1, then an evaluation number of 10 to 65, measured in accordance with the conditions of the individual case, shall be: to be fixed. Accordingly, it is necessary to proceed in cases where the facts set out in § 1 are met with such facts. The assessment of the facts set out in § 1 shall be taken into account. Unofficial table of contents

§ 4

Insofar as exceptional wear of clothes or linen with an assessment number of 65 cannot be adequately taken into account in special cases, the proven additional expenses shall be reimbursed. Special cases in this sense shall be given at:
Paraplegic paralysis with bladder and fattening paralysis, in which there is also blindness or loss of an arm or leg or paralysis of both arms,
Blinds with loss of two or more limbs,
Four champutees,
Brain damage with paralysis and frequent cerebral convulsions with urine and bowel demise
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Damaged damage sequences that are equal. Unofficial table of contents

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§ 7 Berlin clause

This Regulation shall apply in accordance with Section 14 of the Third Transfer Act of 4 January 1952 (Bundesgesetzbl. I p. 1) in connection with § 91 of the Federal Supply Act, also in the Land of Berlin. Unofficial table of contents

Section 8 Entry into force

This Regulation shall enter into force with effect from 1 January 1972.