Law On The Agreement Of 7 December 2011 Interim Federal Republic Of Germany And The United Kingdom Of Great Britain And Northern Ireland For The Avoidance Of Double Taxation Of The Bank Farah

Original Language Title: Law on the agreement of 7 December 2011 Interim Federal Republic of Germany and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland for the avoidance of double taxation of the bank levy

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The Law on the Agreement of 7. December 2011 between the Federal Republic of Germany and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland to avoid the double burden of the bank levy

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Date of delivery: 29.10.2012

Full quote:

" Act to the Agreement of 7. 1 December 2011 between the Federal Republic of Germany and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland in order to avoid the double burden on the bank levy of 29 December 2011. October 2012 (BGBl. 2012 II p. 1234) "

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(+ + + text evidence from: 3.11.2012 + + +)

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Art 1

Dem in London on the 7th The Agreement between the Federal Republic of Germany and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, signed in December 2011, to avoid the double burden on the bank levy is agreed. The Agreement shall be published below. Non-official table of contents

Art 2

The amounts to be applied to the German bank levy pursuant to Article 7 (1) (a) of the Agreement are the amounts of At the request of the credit institution concerned, a maximum of up to the amount of the German bank levy paid shall be reimbursed by the Bundesanstalt für Finanzmarktstabilise (Federal Financial Market Stabilisation Institute). Non-official table of contents

Art 3

(1) This law enters into force the day after the announcement.(2) The date on which the Agreement enters into force in accordance with its Article 11 (2) shall be announced in the Federal Law Gazly.