Law To The Vienna Convention Of 18 April 1961 On Diplomatic Relations

Original Language Title: Gesetz zu dem Wiener Übereinkommen vom 18. April 1961 über diplomatische Beziehungen

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Law to the Vienna Convention of 18 April 1961 on diplomatic relations DiplBezÜbkG Ausfertigung date: 06.08.1964 full quotation: "law to the Vienna Convention of 18 April 1961 on diplomatic relations by August 6, 1964 (BGBl. 1964 II p. 957), by article 4 of the Act of 18 June 1997 (BGBl. I S. 1430) has been changed" stand: amended by art. 4 G v. 18.6.1997 I 1430 for more information on the stand number you see in the menu see remarks footnote (+++ text detection from) : 14.8.1964 +++) input formula the Bundestag has decided with the consent of the Federal Council the following law: Convention on diplomatic relations signed in Vienna on 18 April 1961 by the Federal Republic of Germany type 1, is approved by the Optional Protocol on the settlement of disputes by the same date, as well as in New York on the March 28, 1962 by the Federal Republic of Germany signed Vienna Optional Protocol on nationality questions by April 18, 1961. The Convention and the two Optional Protocols be published below.

Type 2 (1) for the implementation of article 47 paragraph 2 of the Vienna Convention on diplomatic relations of 18 April 1961 is authorized the Federal Government a) foreign missions and their members on the basis of special agreements with the sending State in the way of the Legislative Decree further diplomatic privileges and immunities in accordance with the reciprocity to grant;
(b) by regulation, for the production and guarantee reciprocity to determine, that the privileges stipulated in the Vienna Convention, exemptions and other rights be granted foreign missions and their members in the Federal Republic of Germany does not, or not fully, as far as the sending the Vienna Convention on the existing them mission restricting the Federal Republic of Germany and its members apply. The Federal Government is in particular authorized to subjecting the activity of foreign missions and their members in the Federal Republic of Germany shall apply to the corresponding activity of the Mission of the Federal Republic of Germany in the posting State penalized by a regulation of the nature or effect. The Ordinance may contain provisions on the procedure and on the implementation of the measures.
(2) in cases where a notification under article 9 of the Vienna Convention of 18 April 1961 on diplomatic relations is carried out or measures for the prevention of such notification, be taken should the Foreign Ministry is to be communicated to the head of a mission or a seconded member of a mission, that on the basis of what evidence a member of the staff of the mission or a member thereof is accused , to have committed a criminal offence or an administrative offence. The same applies for clues of other wrongdoing are contrary to the obligations incumbent upon a member of the staff of a mission.

Type 3 this Act applies also in the Federal State of Berlin unless the Land Berlin determines the application of this Act. Regulations, which are adopted on the basis of this Act, apply in the Federal State of Berlin according to § 14 of the third of transfer Act of January 4, 1952 (Bundesgesetzbl. I P. 1).

Type 4 this Act enters into force on the day after its promulgation. The day, which according to his article 51, as well as the two optional protocols enter into force the Convention after its articles 8 and 6 for the Federal Republic of Germany, is to announce in the Federal Law Gazette.