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

Original Language Title: Gesetz zu dem Wiener ├ťbereinkommen vom 18. April 1961 ├╝ber diplomatische Beziehungen

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The Law on the Vienna Convention of 18 December 1993. April 1961 on Diplomatic Relations

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Date of delivery: 06.08.1964

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" Act of the Vienna Convention of 18. April 1961 on diplomatic relations of 6. August 1964 (BGBl. 957), which is Article 4 of the Act of 18. June 1997 (BGBl. I p. 1430) "

:Modified by Art. 4 G v. 18.6.1997 I 1430

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The Bundestag, with the approval of the Bundesrat, has approved the following law: Non-Official Table of Contents

Art 1

Dem in Vienna am 18. The Convention on Diplomatic Relations signed in April 1961 by the Federal Republic of Germany, the Optional Protocol on the settlement of disputes from the same day, and the Convention on the settlement of disputes in New York on 28 April 1961. The Vienna Optional Protocol on Nationality Issues of 18 March 1962 was signed by the Federal Republic of Germany in 1962. April 1961 is agreed. The Convention and the two Optional Protocols will be published below. Non-official table of contents

Art 2

(1) For the implementation of Article 47 (2) of the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations of 18 February 2016. April 1961, the federal government is authorized,
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foreign missions and their members on the
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to determine the privileges, immunities and other rights agreed in the Vienna Convention by means of a legal regulation for the production and guarantee of reciprocity Foreign missions and their members in the Federal Republic of Germany are not or are not fully granted in so far as the sending states comply with the Vienna Convention on the Mission of the Federal Republic of Germany, which is the subject of the Vienna Convention, and Apply their members in a restrictive way. In particular, the Federal Government is empowered to subject the activities of foreign missions and its members in the Federal Republic of Germany by means of a legal regulation of the type or effect to be subject to the same restrictions as those applicable to the the activities of the mission of the Federal Republic of Germany in the sending State shall apply. The Regulation may contain provisions on the procedure and on the implementation of the measures provided for.
(2) In cases where a notification under Article 9 of the Vienna Convention of 18 June 2000 is required, the provisions of the Vienna Convention may be amended. The Federal Foreign Office may notify the head of a mission or a seconded member of a mission that, or measures to prevent such a notification should be taken, the Federal Foreign Office shall inform the Head of a Mission or a seconded member of a mission that: The reason for the fact that a member of the staff of the mission or a member of the mission is accused of committing a criminal offence or of an offence. The same shall apply in the case of indications of other misconduct which are contrary to the duties of a member of the staff of a mission. Non-official table of contents

Art 3

This law is also applicable in the Land of Berlin, provided that the Land Berlin determines the application of this law. Legal orders issued pursuant to this Act shall apply in the Land of Berlin in accordance with Section 14 of the Third Transfer Act of 4. January 1952 (Bundesgesetzbl. I p. 1). Non-official table of contents

Art 4

This law enters into force on the day after it is announced. The date on which the Convention shall enter into force for the Federal Republic of Germany in accordance with its Article 51 and the two Optional Protocols pursuant to Articles 8 and 6 shall be published in the Federal Law Gazly.