Regulation On The Implementation Of § 31 Para 4 Of The Bundesversorgungsgesetzes

Original Language Title: Verordnung zur Durchführung des § 31 Abs. 4 des Bundesversorgungsgesetzes

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Regulation implementing Section 31 (4) of the Federal Law of Supply Act

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BVG§31Abs5DV

Date of completion: 17.04.1961

Full quote:

" Regulation implementing § 31 Section 4 of the Federal Supply Act, as amended by the notice of 20. April 1970 (BGBl. 410), as defined by Article 16 of the Law of 13. December 2007 (BGBl. I p. 2904) "

:Recaught by Bek. v. 20. 4.1970 I 410;
modified by Art. 16 G v. 13.12.2007 I 2904

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Footnote

The V is in the area referred to in Art. 3 of the agreement in accordance with Annex I, chap. VIII Sachg. K An. III No. 12 EinigVtr iVm Art. 1 G v. 23.9.1990 II 885, 1069 ab 1. 1 January 1991. Measures due to EinigVtr no longer apply gem. Art. 109 No. 3, Buchst. i DBuchst. ll G v. 8.12.2010 I 1864
(+ + + TextProof validity from: 1. 1.1964 + + +)
Heading: IdF d. Art. 16 No. 1 G v. 13.12.2007 I 2904 mWv 21.12.2007 Non-official table of contents

§ 1

Severe damage allowance received damage, the consequences of which are solely on the basis of The reason for the assessment pursuant to Section 30 (1) of the Federal Supply Act is to be assessed with a degree of damage consequences of 100 if the recognized damage sequences are to be assessed in accordance with the following provisions with at least 130 points or if they are entitled to a care allowance at least after Stage III. Non-official table of contents

§ 2

(1) The point score is based on the level of the damage sequences that each of the recognized damage effects. However, it is only the level of the degree of damage resulting from the assessment in accordance with § 30 (1) of the German Federal Law on Supply of Supply (BundesSupply Act).(2) The effects of damage to limbs or other organ systems of an organ system are evaluated in the limbs or organ systems that are damaged in their function. Several damage sequences on one arm or on one leg or on an organ system are to be regarded as a damage sequence.(3) Organ systems within the meaning of this Regulation shall be respiration, cardiovascular, digestive, Harnapparat, sex apparatus, blood including blood-forming tissue and immune system, internal secretion, vision, hearing, language, smell including taste, strain (Function of the posture and protection of the internal organs), head (function of the appearance of the appearance, the formation of the head cavities and the protection of the brain), brain area I (function of the formation of the beings and the mental power) and the brain area II (central nervale function). (4) The height of the degree of damage to each individual damage sequence shall be determined by means of several damage sequences. Damage consequences which require a reduction in earning capacity by less than 25 per hundred are not taken into consideration.(5) The evaluation shall be carried out in accordance with the degree of the consequences of the damage in each case; in the case of damage sequences which result in a degree of damage to the damage of less than 45 but at least 25, the evaluation shall be carried out in half a point. If two or more damage sequences with a degree of the damage sequences of at least 45 together result in at least 140 points, the score shall be assessed on whole points in the case of damage sequences with a degree of damage sequences of less than 45; at least 25. The individual results are to be counted together; in this connection, § 30 (1) sentence 2 of the Federal Law of Supply is to be applied accordingly. unofficial table of contents

§ 3

(1) the point number determined in accordance with § 2,
1if damage sequences meet on both legsby 10 points,
However, if both feet are missing or are incapable of use,by 20 points,
2. If damage sequences meet on both arms,by 20 points,
if both hands are missing or are incapable of use,by 40 points,
3.when a hand and a whole foot missing or incapable of being used,by 20 points,
4.if damage sequences are done at two or more internal organ systems,by 20 points,
5.if blindness with further damage sequences by 30 points,
6.if blindness with failure or near-complete failure of one or more several other sensory organs,to increase by 30 points

. This shall apply, with the exception of point 6, only if the consequences of the consequences of the damage are to be taken into account in accordance with § 2.(2) Inner organ systems within the meaning of paragraph 1 are respiration, cardiovascular, digestive, harden, sex apparatus, blood, including blood-forming tissue and immune system, internal secretion and the brain in its entire function (without Division into functional areas). Non-official table of contents

§ 4

If the claim for care allowance is important for the granting of the sword damage allowance, one remains a Upgrading of the care allowance if it has been carried out on account of special economic benefits and overlapping with a non-damage-related health disorder. unofficial table of contents

§ 5

(1) Severe damage allowance will be
for at least 130 pointsby level I,
at least 160 pointsby level II,
at least 190 pointsafter level III,
at least 220 points after level IV,
at least 250 pointsafter level V,
at least 280 pointsafter level VI

.(2) Severe damage allowance due to entitlement to a care allowance becomes
case of care allowance after stage III 
at least after level I,
at level IV care allowance
at least after level II,
with care allowance after stage V
at least after level III

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§ 7

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