Rs 172.121.2 Order Of The Federal Assembly Of 23 March 2007 On The Per Diem And Travel Of The Judges Of The Federal Court

Original Language Title: RS 172.121.2 Ordonnance de l’Assemblée fédérale du 23 mars 2007 concernant les indemnités journalières et les indemnités de déplacement des juges du Tribunal fédéral

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172.121.2 of the Federal Assembly Ordinance daily allowances and travel expenses of the judges of the federal court of March 23, 2007 (status on January 1, 2007) the Federal Assembly of the Swiss Confederation, view the art. 1, al. 1, and 2 of the Federal Act of 6 October 1989 on treatment and the occupational judges, given the message of the federal Council on 8 December 2006, stop: art. 1 daily allowances and hourly packages deputy judges of the federal court are entitled to a per diem for each day they spend in hearings before the tribunal and to travel to their place of domicile at Headquarters return and sessions.
Per diem amounts to 1300 francs for deputy judges lucrative self-employed and 1,000 francs for those who are salaried.
For education, the study of files and reports, deputy judges receive a flat hourly rate. This amounts to 180 francs if they exercise an independent gainful activity and at 110 francs if they are salaried.

Art. 2 travel allowances ordinary judges and judges of the federal court receive for travel to service the following: a. 100 francs for the disbursement of a day; b. 150 francs a night; (c) the price of the first class trip by means of public transport, unless the federal court has put a general access subscription.

Art. 3 entry into force this order comes into force with retrospective effect on 1 January 2007.

RO 2007 1079 RS FF 2007 189 State 172.121 on January 1, 2007