Law On The Completion Of The Tender Of Banknotes Denominated In Deutsche Mark And The Coins Denominated In Deutsche Mark Or German Pfennig

Original Language Title: Gesetz über die Beendigung der Zahlungsmitteleigenschaft der auf Deutsche Mark lautenden Banknoten und der auf Deutsche Mark oder Deutsche Pfennig lautenden Bundesmünzen

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Act concerning the termination of the payment property of the banknotes denominated in Deutsche Mark and the federal coins denominated in Deutsche Mark or Deutsche Pfennig (DM-Termination Act-DMBeEndG)

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Date of Date: 16.12.1999

Full quote:

" DM-Termination Act of 16. December 1999 (BGBl. 2402), as defined by Article 7 of the Law of 14 June 2003. September 2005 (BGBl. I p. 2746) "

:Modified by Art. 7 G v. 14. 9.2005 I 2746

For details, see the Notes


(+ + + text evidence from: 1.1.2002 + + +)
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§ 1

With expiration of the 31. In December 2001, the Deutsche Mark denominated banknotes issued by the Deutsche Bundesbank and the Federal Coins issued by the Federal Republic of Germany, denominated in German mark or German Pfennig, lose their property as legal tender. The Deutsche Bundesbank is exchanging information within the framework of Article 16 of Council Regulation (EC) No 974/98 of 3 June 1998. On the introduction of the euro (OJ L 327, 28.5.1998, EC No 1), the banknotes and coins referred to in the first sentence of 1. 1 January 2002 on the basis of Council Regulation (EC) No 2866/98 of 31 January 2002. 1 December 1998 on the conversion rates between the euro and the currencies of the Member States adopting the euro (OJ L 327, 28.12.1998, p. EC No 1), irrevocably fixed conversion rates in euro banknotes and euro coins. Non-official table of contents

§ 2

The Deutsche Bundesbank is not obligated to destroy, lost, false or otherwise lost on Deutsche Mark. shall be replaced by counterfeit banknotes. It may only make a replacement for damaged banknotes denominated in Deutsche Mark if the holder presents either parts of a note that are overall greater than half of the note, or the proof that the rest of the note, from which he or she is the only one, is Half or a lesser part is destroyed. Non-official table of contents

§ 3

The Deutsche Bundesbank is not obligated to apply to Deutsche Mark or Deutsche Pfennig-denominated Federal Coins in to exchange legal tender, if the means of payment are distorted, replaced or otherwise altered by the ordinary circulation. Nonofficial table of contents

§ 4

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§ 5

The provisions of the Code of Criminal Procedure applicable to the prosecution of a criminal offence in the area of counterfeiting shall apply in accordance with the prosecution of a criminal offence pursuant to § 4 in conjunction with one of these criminal proceedings. of the Penal Code. The provisions of the Code of Criminal Procedure in force for the prosecution of a falsification of money in accordance with § 146 of the Criminal Code shall apply accordingly for the prosecution of a criminal offence pursuant to § 4 in conjunction with Section 146 of the Criminal Code. Non-official table of contents

§ 6

§ 4 applies to actions that are committed during its application even if it has not entered into force.