Act On The Implementation Of Decision (2002 / 187 / Jha) Council Of 28 February 2002 On The Establishment Of The Euro Just To Reinforcing The Fight Against Serious Crime

Original Language Title: Act on the Implementation of Decision (2002/187 / JHA) Council of 28 February 2002 on the establishment of Euro Just to reinforcing the fight against serious crime

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Act implementing Council Decision 2002/187/JHA of 28 June 2002 on the implementation of the Council Decision (2002/187/JHA February 2002 on the setting-up of Eurojust with a view to reinforcing the fight against serious crime (Eurojust-Law-EJG)

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Date of expult: 12.05.2004

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" Eurojust law of 12. May 2004 (BGBl. 902), which was last amended by Article 166 of the Regulation of 31 December 1990. August 2015 (BGBl. I p. 1474) "

:Last modified by Art. 166 V v. 31.8.2015 I 1474

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(+ + + Text evidence from: 18). 5.2004 + + +)
(+ + + Official note of the norm provider on EC law:
Implementation of the
EGBes 187/2002 (CELEX Nr: 302D0187) + + +)

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Content Summary

§ 1 National Member
§ 2Supporting Persons
§ 3 Tasks of the national member; service
§ 4information transmission
§ 4aNational member management of work files and index
§ 4bAccess to Index and work files by Eurojust-contact points; Regulation empowerment
§ 4cDisclosure of information by Eurojust contact points
§ 4dAccess to index records and work files of the national member by other than German authorities
§ 5Request and written statements of the collegiate and request of the national member
§ 6 Information of the national member by the competent German authorities
§ 7National contact points and Determination of powers
§ 8Information, Correction, Locking and Deletion
§ 9 Joint Supervisory Body
§ 10Damage due to improper or incorrect data collection, or -Usage
§ 11Cooperation with OLAF
§ 12 Activity of the national member under Article 26a (9) of the Eurojust Decision
§ 13Application of the Eurojust Decision
§ 14European Judicial Network in Criminal Matters
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§ 1 national member

(1) The article 2 (1) of the decision (2002/187/JHA) of the Council of 28 June 2007 February 2002 on the setting up of Eurojust with a view to reinforcing the fight against serious crime (OJ L 327, 28.11.2002 1), as set out in Decision 2009 /426/JHA (OJ L 63, 6.3.2009, p. 14). (Eurojust-Decision) German member of Eurojust (national member) to be sent is appointed and appointed by the Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection; the appointment shall be made in the Behave with the State Justice Administrations. The person to be designated as a national member must have the competence to the judge's office in accordance with the German Judge Act and should be a federal staff member.(2) The term of office of the national member shall be at least four years from the date of appointment; the national member shall hold the President or vice-presidential office of Eurojust, the term of office shall be at least as long as the term of office shall be at least as long as the national member of that office during the term of office for which it has been elected. A dismise of the national member before the expiry of the period referred to in the first sentence against his will shall be possible only for an important reason; the Council of the European Union shall be informed beforehand of the convening and of the reasons therefor. A multiple renaming is allowed. In the case of renaming, the duration of the term of office may differ from the first sentence; the first sentence of the second half-sentence shall remain unaffected. By way of derogation from the first sentence, an early revocation shall be possible if the national member is posted to third countries on behalf of Eurojust as liaison magistrate or liaison magistrate or as a liaison attorney or public prosecutor.(3) In the performance of the tasks assigned to it in accordance with the Eurojust Decision, the national member shall be subject to the technical instructions of the Federal Ministry of Justice and for consumer protection.(4) The supreme service authority of the national member shall take the necessary measures necessary to implement the decisions of the Federal Ministry of Justice of the Federal Republic of Germany, referred to in the first sentence of paragraph 1 and paragraph 3, and for the implementation of the decisions of the Federal Ministry of Justice and the To ensure consumer protection, unless a different agreement has been reached. Non-official table of contents

§ 2 Supporting persons

(1) § 1 para. 1 shall apply with respect to the supporting persons referred to in Article 2 (2) Point (b) of the Eurojust Decision (supporting persons), with the proviso that the persons to be appointed may also be national staff proposed by the countries.(2) From the circle of supporting persons, the Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection shall designate the persons referred to in Article 2 (5) of the Eurojust Decision to represent the national justice system in consultation with the Land Justice Administrations. Member is authorized.(3) As a rule, the term of office of the supporting persons shall not be less than two years. In addition, the first sentence of Article 1 (2), second sentence, and the third sentence shall apply accordingly.(4) In the performance of the tasks assigned to them, the supporting persons shall be subject to the technical instructions of the Federal Ministry of Justice and for consumer protection and the national member. The tasks to be performed by the supporting persons shall be determined by the national member. The Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection is informed of the task of the task.(5) Where, under this Act, tasks are assigned to the national member, those tasks may also be carried out by the supporting persons within the framework of the definition of the tasks taken pursuant to paragraph 4.(6) § 1 (4) applies accordingly.(7) National experts within the meaning of the fourth sentence of Article 30 (2) of the Eurojust Decision, which shall assist the national member, shall be subject, in the performance of the tasks conferred upon them, in accordance with the provisions of the implementing rules of Eurojust the technical instructions of the national member. The second and third sentences of paragraph 4 shall apply accordingly. Non-official table of contents

Section 3 Tasks of the national member; service

(1) The national member shall take the decision after Eurojust's decision shall be carried out. For the purposes of Articles 9b and 9e of the Eurojust Decision, the national member shall act as the competent national authority within the meaning of Article 9a (1) of the Eurojust Decision. In this capacity, the national member
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may request which judicial cooperation in criminal matters is concerned with Member States of the European Union, , the national member shall immediately inform the competent German authorities of the performance of such tasks;
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with the competent German authorities, encourage additional measures if it is appropriate to do so with a view to complete completion of the request;
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submit proposals to the competent German authorities on requests and measures within the meaning of Articles 9c and 9d of the Eurojust Decision.
(2) The national member may be exchange information necessary for the performance of the tasks of Eurojust, in particular in accordance with Articles 5, 6, 7 and 9b of the Eurojust Decision, to the national members of other Member States of the European Union. With regard to third countries, the national member
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can receive information from the judicial authorities of these states and forward it to the competent German authorities. and
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, with the consent of the competent German authorities, provide information to the judicial authorities of these States.
(3) The national member shall be informed. the national contact points of the European Judicial Network concerned in each case on cases which, in the opinion of the national member, can be better dealt with by the network.(4) The national member may, in accordance with Article 9 (4) of the Eurojust Decision, be able to move directly with public authorities to the extent that such bodies may contribute to the performance of the tasks of Eurojust in a matter. This shall apply in particular to transport with the German courts responsible for law enforcement, the public prosecutors and other judicial authorities, as well as the police central offices, the national liaison officers of Europol and others. Authorities, in so far as these tasks are carried out by law enforcement. In the case of pending criminal proceedings, direct transport shall normally be carried out by the competent public prosecutor's office. To the extent that the national member operates directly with the police departments of the Federal Government or the Länder, it shall simultaneously inform the competent public prosecutor's office, as far as this is known, and in parallel with the competent police central offices. The provisions on the protection of personal data shall remain unaffected. Non-official table of contents

§ 4 Information transmission

(1) Without prejudice to the teaching obligations under § 6, Eurojust shall be subject to the application of the the College of Eurojust (college) or the national member by the national member of the courts, prosecutors and other authorities responsible for law enforcement, in so far as these duties are carried out by law enforcement, , information, including personal data, shall be transmitted directly, in so far as it is necessary for the performance of the tasks of Eurojust under the Eurojust Decision, in particular Articles 5, 6, 7 and 9b of this Decision. Moreover, on the request of the College or of the national Member, other public authorities referred to in the first sentence may transmit to Eurojust information within the meaning of the first sentence, directly to the extent to which this is compared with a court or tribunal. a public prosecutor's office for the implementation of criminal proceedings would be admissible in so far as it is necessary to obtain information on the performance of Eurojust's tasks in accordance with the Eurojust Decision, in particular Articles 5, 6, 7 and 9b of that Decision. The judicial management remains unaffected.(2) The transmission referred to in paragraph 1 shall not be transmitted if it is contrary to a special federal or national legal system of application. Transmission may not be possible, as far as
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is a member of the Eurojust Decision in Article 8, second sentence, of the Eurojust Decision excellent reason, or
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The disclosure of the information brings about the danger of a heavy disadvantage for the Federal Republic of Germany
The obligation to respect legal secrecy or professional or special official secrecy, which is not based on statutory provisions, shall remain unaffected.(3) Without prejudice to the information requirements provided for in Article 6, public authorities may, without the request of the College or the national member, submit to Eurojust information, as referred to in paragraph 1, first sentence, directly to the extent to which this is compared with: a court or a public prosecutor's office for the purposes of criminal proceedings would be admissible in so far as there is evidence that the knowledge of the performance of the tasks of Eurojust under the Eurojust Decision, in particular after that Articles 5, 6, 7 and 9b, necessary and suitable,
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a coordination of criminal proceedings in to enable or promote a Member State,
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to initiate criminal proceedings in a Member State,
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promoting a criminal procedure initiated in a Member State or
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performing the tasks
If the federal or state police departments carry out a transfer in accordance with the first sentence, they shall be made via the relevant police central offices. If a direct transmission is required due to special urgency, the police central offices shall be informed in parallel. The third sentence of paragraph 1 shall apply accordingly. At the time of transmission, Eurojust shall be requested to verify without delay any personal data transmitted to it, whether it is necessary for the purposes set out in the first sentence, and to delete any data that is not required. Paragraph 2 shall apply accordingly.(4) In order to carry out its duties, the national member shall be granted access to a register held by public authorities, in which this shall be admissible in respect of a court or public prosecutor's office for the purpose of criminal proceedings. Would be. Registers within the meaning of this Act are automated guided data collections, which serve not only for internal purposes of the responsible bodies.In the case of the transmission of information referred to in paragraphs 1 and 3, the addressee shall be informed that the latter may only be used for the purpose of carrying out the tasks assigned to Eurojust. If it is found that inaccurate information or information which should not have been transmitted has been transmitted, Eurojust shall be informed without delay by the transmitting body and shall be subject to immediate correction or correction, or Request deletion of the information. In so far as the courts and authorities referred to in the first sentence of paragraph 1 have provided information on a criminal procedure conducted in Germany, the competent public prosecutor's office or, on the basis of an agreement with it, shall inform the competent authorities of the The national Eurojust member shall be notified of the conclusion of the procedure.(6) Before the national member gives its assent pursuant to the first sentence of Article 27 (1) of the Eurojust Decision for the transmission of information to bodies within the meaning of Article 26a (1) of the Eurojust Decision, which it shall issue from the German public The Federal Ministry of Justice and the Federal Ministry of Justice and the Federal Ministry of Justice and the Federal Ministry of Justice and the Federal Ministry of Justice and the Federal Ministry of Justice and the Federal Ministry of Justice and the Federal Ministry of Justice and the Federal Ministry of Justice , unless the Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection or the body designated by the Federal Ministry of Justice do not agree to the agreement. Prior to consent, it shall be carried out with the public prosecutor's office responsible for the procedure and the body responsible for the authorisation of legal assistance. If the information received by the national member from third parties contains information on German nationals, or if the information is otherwise relevant to the Federal Republic of Germany, the national member shall inform the Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection or the public body designated by the latter in accordance with the first sentence of the first sentence of Article 27 (1) of the Eurojust Decision concerning the transmission of the information to bodies in the The meaning of Article 26a (1) of the Eurojust Decision. Non-official table of contents

§ 4a Management of work files and index by the national member

(1) The national member shall, in any case, , to which the information referred to in Article 16a (1) of the Eurojust Decision is sent, an electronically controlled file (working file). The national member is responsible for managing the work file.(2) The national member shall include information on the working file in the index within the meaning of Article 16 (4) of the Eurojust Decision (index) where this is necessary for the performance of Eurojust or for the purposes of criminal justice; for the The scope of the data shall apply in accordance with Section 484 (1) (1) to (5) of the Code of Criminal Procedure. Information which is transmitted to the national member in accordance with the second sentence of Article 6 (1) without a request to Eurojust may only be included in the index, to the extent that the notified body has agreed to it. Non-official table of contents

§ 4b Access to index and work files by Eurojust-Start-up; Regulation empowerment

(1) Eurojust focal points according to § 7, linked to the case processing system within the meaning of Article 16 (1) of the Eurojust Decision (case processing system), shall have access to the index and to the working files of the case processing system.(2) The Eurojust focal points referred to in paragraph 1 shall be entitled to access the index data sets for access by means of an automated retrieval procedure where this is necessary for criminal justice purposes and where the national member of another Member State which has set the data in the index has not refused access.(3) The national member may grant access to the Eurojust contact points referred to in paragraph 1 by means of an automated retrieval procedure to the work files he has set up if necessary for the purposes of criminal justice. Access shall be granted only to the information provided to the national member pursuant to Article 6 (1), second sentence, without a request to Eurojust, to the extent that the notified body has agreed to it. Eurojust contact points may only be accessed in individual cases where this is necessary for the purposes of criminal justice.(4) The national member may grant the Eurojust contact points referred to in paragraph 1 access by means of an automated retrieval procedure to the working files of the national member of another Member State to which it has access, where this is necessary for: criminal justice purposes, and the national member of the other Member State has not refused access by national authorities. The third sentence of paragraph 3 shall apply accordingly.(5) The Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection shall, by means of a regulation after consulting the national member, regulate whether, and to what extent, in addition to the Eurojust contact points referred to in paragraph 1, further German authorities within the meaning of Article 12 Paragraph 2 of the Eurojust Decision, which is linked to the case-processing system, access to index and work files and access to the data sets contained therein. Non-official table of contents

§ 4c Transfer of information by Eurojust-contact points

The Eurojust contact points according to § 4b paragraph 1 are be entitled to pass on information from the index and the work files to the relevant German law enforcement authorities if this is necessary for the purposes of criminal justice. Non-official table of contents

§ 4d Access to index records and work files of the national member by other than German authorities

(1) National Member States shall grant national authorities of the other Member States linked to the case-processing system access by means of an automated retrieval procedure to their index records where access is granted for the purposes of: Criminal justice is required.(2) The national member may, in whole or in part, grant the national members of other Member States or authorised staff members access to the work files he is carrying out by means of an automated retrieval procedure, if: this is necessary for the task of filling up Eurojust or for the purposes of criminal justice. Access shall be granted only to the information provided to the national member pursuant to Article 6 (1), second sentence, without a request to Eurojust, to the extent that the notified body has agreed to it.The national member may, on a case-by-case basis, on a case-by-case basis, to the national authorities of other Member States which are members of the Eurojust coordination system within the meaning of Article 12 of the Eurojust Decision and which are linked to the case-processing system. Request access to the work files that it applies if access is required for criminal justice purposes. The second sentence of paragraph 2 shall apply accordingly. Non-official table of contents

§ 5 Request and written statements of the college and request of the national member

(1) The Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection, or any one of them in general or on a case-by-case basis, shall not accept a request from the College pursuant to Article 7 (1) (a) of the Eurojust Decision. public office of the Federal Republic of Germany.(2) Before rejecting the request, the requested authority shall first consult the national member in order to determine whether the request may be granted in any other way or under conditions. If the requested body carries out the duties of prosecution and is not a court or a public prosecutor's office, the competent authority shall carry out the preparatory proceedings and after a final conclusion of the proceedings, the competent authorities shall: The public prosecutor's office, incidentally, the chairman of the court dealing with the case, the proceedings as set out in the first sentence. If the deliberations do not lead to an agreement, the Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection, or the public body designated by it, shall be involved in the deliberations. If the requested authority is a court or a judicial authority in a country, the Land Justice Administration, to which the court or the judicial authority belongs, shall also participate in the deliberations.(3) A negative decision shall be justified by the requested authority. Under the conditions laid down in Article 8 of the Eurojust Decision, the justification may be limited to indicating operational reasons.(4) Paragraphs 1 to 3 shall apply mutatily if the competent authority intends not to comply with a written opinion of the College pursuant to Article 7 (2) and (3) of the Eurojust Decision.Paragraph 3 shall apply mutatily if the competent authority intends not to comply with a request from the national Member pursuant to Article 6 (1) (a) of the Eurojust Decision. Non-official table of contents

§ 6 Information of the national member by the competent German authorities

(1) The law enforcement authorities competent German authorities shall inform the national member:
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if they are to establish a joint investigation team within the meaning of the Framework Decision 2002 /465/JHA of the Council of 13. Joint investigation teams (OJ L 136, 31.7.2002, p. 1) or Article 13 of the Convention of 29 June 2002 on the implementation of the Convention on the European Union and the Council of the European Union, May 2000 on mutual legal assistance in criminal matters between the Member States of the European Union (OJ L 327, 28.2.2000, p 1), as well as the results of the work of this group,
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if they carry out criminal proceedings, the offences of the serious cross-border crime, and the fact that criminal proceedings for Eurojust can be of particular interest in order to carry out its tasks,
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about cases in which at least three EU Member States have been directly involved and have been addressed to at least two Member States, if
a)
is the offence on which the request is based, in the list of Article 13 (6) (a) of the Eurojust Decision, and in the applicant, or a Member State issuing a custodial sentence or a detention order for a maximum of at least six years is punishable by a custodial sentence or by a custodial sentence of at least six years, with a sharp focus on particularly serious cases and minor changes for less than six years. serious cases,
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there are factual indications that a criminal organization is involved, or
c)
there are factual indications that the case may have significant transboundary dimensions or impact at European Union level, or that it may have an impact at the level of the European Union Member States of the European Union may be considered to be those directly
,
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on conflicts of jurisdiction that have occurred or likely to occur,
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over controlled deliveries involving at least three States, of which at least two Member States of the European Union , or
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about recurring difficulties or refusals regarding the execution of requests.
The information in accordance with the first sentence is made in: the rule by the competent public prosecutor's office; it shall be deemed to be a request for the assistance of Eurojust only if it is expressly indicated on a case by case basis by the competent authority. The information may be provided via the competent national Eurojust correspondent or the Federal Office of Justice, which may store the data received for the purposes of transmission only in accordance with a legal regulation to be adopted in accordance with § 7. The information referred to in points 1 and 3 to 6 of the first sentence shall include at least the information listed in the Annex to the Eurojust Decision, to the extent that such information is available.(2) An obligation to inform in accordance with paragraph 1 shall not exist if essential national security interests are compromised or the safety of persons is threatened.The obligation to inform in accordance with paragraph 1 shall be without prejudice to the conditions laid down in agreements and arrangements with States which are not Member States of the European Union, including those of third countries the conditions laid down for the use of the information provided by them.(4) § 4 (5) shall apply accordingly. Non-official table of contents

§ 7 National focal points and authority determination

(1) For the purposes of law enforcement, the Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection by means of a regulation with the consent of the Bundesrat, one or more national contact points within the meaning of Article 12 (1) of the Eurojust Decision designate or establish (Eurojust-Focal Points) as well as the further development of the cooperation of these contact points with Eurojust and the public authorities referred to in Article 3 (4) sentence 2. The Federal Office of Justice, the Federal Prosecutor General of the Federal Court of Justice, the Public Prosecutor's Office of the Higher Regional Courts or other German contact points of the European Judicial Network, which are designated as contact points, can be named as contact points. of the Joint Action of 29 The European Judicial Network (98/428/JHA) (OJ L 327, 27.9.1998, p. EC No 4), or which have been set up pursuant to Council Decision 2008 /976/JHA of 16 June 2007, December 2008 on the European Judicial Network (OJ L 327, 28.12.2008, p 130) (Decision of the European Parliament and of the Council). The focal points may be transferred and forwarded to information, the tasks entrusted to Eurojust in accordance with the Eurojust Decision between the courts responsible for law enforcement, Public prosecutors, other authorities, to the extent that these tasks are to be carried out by law enforcement, or to other judicial authorities and Eurojust. In order to fulfil the tasks referred to in sentence 3, the contact points may be granted the right to use the information in working files. The protection of personal data shall be duly taken into account.(2) In so far as the provisions of Article 9a (2) and (4) of the Eurojust Decision can be laid down without law or regulation, the Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection shall, in agreement with the countries, meet these requirements. Non-official table of contents

§ 8 Information, rectification, blocking and deletion

(1) Insofar as claims by persons concerned pursuant to Article 19 (1) and Article Article 20 (1) of the Eurojust Decision in the Federal Republic of Germany is to be submitted to the Federal Ministry of Justice and to Consumer Protection. It shall be forwarded to Eurojust.(2) In order to assert a claim for information, § 19 (1) sentences 1 to 3 and (7) of the German Federal Data Protection Act shall apply accordingly. Sentence 1 shall not apply to the extent that an authority of another Member State exercises the right granted to it in Article 19 (3), second sentence, of the Eurojust Decision. § 20 (1) to (4), (6) and (7) of the German Federal Data Protection Act (Bundesdatenschutzgesetz) shall apply accordingly for the assertion of a claim for correction, blocking or erasure. Non-official table of contents

§ 9 Joint Supervisory Body

(1) The German member of the joint supervisory authority shall be appointed by the Federal Ministry of the Justice and consumer protection appointed in consultation with the Land Justice Administrations. The person to be appointed must have the competence to the judge's office in accordance with the German Judge Act. The German member of the Joint Supervisory Body shall be independent in the performance of his duties and shall be subject only to the law. It shall not be subject to supervision unless its independence is impaired.(2) The term of office of the German member of the Joint Supervisory Body shall be at least three years from the date of the appointment. A multiple renaming is allowed. A convocation before the period referred to in the first sentence against the will of the Member shall be possible only by decision of a court. § § 21, 24 para. 1 no. 2 and 4, paragraph 3, with the proviso that the application for a court decision is made by the Federal Ministry of Justice and for consumer protection, and § 24 para. 5 of the Administrative Court Rules apply accordingly. The central administrative court responsible for the seat of the Federal Government is locally responsible.(3) The costs incurred in the performance of the Office as a German member of the Joint Supervisory Body shall, in so far as they are not taken over by Eurojust, be borne by the Confederation. Unofficial table of contents

§ 10 Damage due to inadmissible or incorrect data collection or use

The obligation to compensate for damages based on the law of the Member State in which Eurojust has its registered office (the host Member State), the law of the Member State in which Eurojust is established is due to the illegal or incorrect collection or use of data by Eurojust. Actions against Eurojust for compensation for damages resulting from an inadmissible or incorrect collection or use of data by Eurojust shall be brought before the courts of the Member State in which the seat is held. Non-official table of contents

§ 11 Cooperation with OLAF

For the purpose of receiving and transmitting information between Eurojust and the The European Anti-Fraud Office shall be the national competent authority within the meaning of Council Regulations (EC) No 1073/1999 and (Euratom) No 1074/1999 concerning investigations conducted by the European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) of the 25. 1 May 1999 (OJ C 327, EC No 1 and p. 8). Non-official table of contents

§ 12 Action by the national member under Article 26a (9) of the Eurojust Decision

(1) A transmission Personal data referred to in Article 26a (9) of the Eurojust Decision shall only be data with the prior consent of the Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection or a public body designated by it in general terms or on a case-by-case basis of the federal government. The agreement requires the agreement of the Federal Ministry of the Interior. The national member may depart from the recovery of a consent in accordance with the first sentence, provided that the recovery would endanger the timely implementation of the measures referred to in the first sentence of Article 26a (9) of the Eurojust Decision. In such a case, the bodies referred to in sentences 1 and 2 shall be informed immediately of the transmission.(2) The responsibility referred to in the second sentence of Article 26a (9) of the Eurojust Decision shall be borne by the national member of the Federal Republic of Germany.(3) The national member shall obtain the consent of the public authority which has forwarded the data to the national member before the transmission. The provisions of the third sentence of paragraph 1 and the third sentence of Article 4 (1) shall apply accordingly.(4) The transfer of personal data shall not be subject to the protection of the interests of the person concerned, which are worthy of protection.Without prejudice to the obligation to record in accordance with the third sentence of Article 26a (9) of the Eurojust Decision, the national member shall, in an appropriate manner, give the undertaking required by Article 26a (9), fourth sentence of the Eurojust Decision, to: document. Non-official table of contents

§ 13 Application of the Eurojust Decision

The Eurojust decision will be taken into effect with the entry into force of this law full application. Non-official table of contents

§ 14 European Judicial Network in Criminal Matters

(1) The EJN decision is to be applied.(2) The Federal Office of Justice, the Federal Prosecutor General of the Federal Court of Justice and the other bodies designated by the provincial governments shall carry out the tasks of the German contact points within the meaning of the EJN decision. The Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection, in agreement with the German contact points, nominates the national and technical contact points for the European Judicial Network within the meaning of Article 2 (3) and (4). of the EJN decision. Changes to the designation will be made in agreement with the German contact points and are possible at any time.(3) The State Governments shall be authorized to assign the tasks of the contact point to a regional authority. You may transfer the empowerment according to sentence 1 of a supreme state authority.