Costs Regulation For Official Acts After The De-Mail Act

Original Language Title: Kostenverordnung für Amtshandlungen nach dem De-Mail-Gesetz

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Decree Cost Regulation by De-Mail (De-Mail-Cost Regulation-De-Mail-KostV)

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Date of delivery: 09.02.2012

Full quote:

" De-Mail-Cost Ordinance of 9. February 2012 (BGBl. 267), as set out in Article 2 (11) of the Law of 7. August 2013 (BGBl. I p. 3154) has been changed "

V up. by Article 3 (9) of the G v. 7.8.2013 I 3154 mWv 14.8.2016
Stand:As amended by Art. 2 para. 11 G v. 7.8.2013 I 3154

See Notes


(+ + + Text evidence: 14.11.2011 + + +)

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Input Formula

Based on § 24 (2) of the De-Mail Law of 28. April 2011 (BGBl. 666), in conjunction with the second section of the Administrative Costing Act of 23. June 1970 (BGBl. 821), the Federal Ministry of the Interior is assigned: Non-official table of contents

§ 1 Fees and Deposits

(1) The Federal Commissioner for the Data protection and freedom of information charges apply to the issuing of the certificate in accordance with Section 18 (3) (4) of the De-Mail-Law.(2) The Federal Office for Information Security charges fees for the following individually attributable public services:
granting accreditation in accordance with § 17 paragraph 1 of the De-Mail law,
Renewal of accreditation According to § 17 (3) of the De-Mail-Law,
Confirmation of equivalence of foreign service providers in accordance with § 19 paragraph 2 of the De-Mail-Law and
(partial) undersawing of the operation in accordance with § 20 (3) of the De-Mail-Law.
(3) Fees are calculated according to time. The following hourly rates are to be used:
for employees
of the higher service
84 euros per hour,
upscale service employees
68 Euro per hour,
Middle-service employees
54 Euro per hour.
every quarter of an hour that is captured, a quarter of the hourly rates are calculated.(4) Where individually attributable public services are provided outside the departments, the time required under paragraph 3 shall be added to:
Travel times that are within normal working hours or by the Federal Commissioner for Data Protection and Information Freedom or the Federal Office for Security in the information technology,
Waiting times that have caused the fee debtor.
(5) will be issued if they are not in charge , in accordance with § 10 of the Administrative Costing Act, separately collected. Non-official table of contents

§ 2 Entry into force

This regulation occurs with effect from 14. November 2011 in force.