Rs 172.121 Federal Law Of 6 October 1989 On Salaries And Retirement Of Judges

Original Language Title: RS 172.121 Loi fédérale du 6 octobre 1989 concernant les traitements et la prévoyance professionnelle des magistrats

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172.121 Federal Act on salaries and retirement of judges of October 6, 1989 (State April 18, 2006) the Federal Assembly of the Swiss Confederation, view of art. 85, no. 3, of the constitution, given the message of the federal Council on September 14, 1988, stop: art. 1 treatments and presidential allowance. the Federal Assembly fixed the treatment of members of the federal Council, judges of the federal court and the Federal Chancellor (magistrates) and daily allowances of the judges of the federal court in an order. The ordinary judges of the federal court and the Federal Chancellor receive a salary fixed as a percentage of the treatment of members of the federal Council.
Treatment within the meaning of para. 1 Add inflation allowances provided for in the staff regulations.
The president of the Confederation, as well as the presidents of the federal court awarded uninsured presidential compensation which is fixed in the budget.
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New content according to point 3 of the annex to the law of 17 June 2005 on the federal court, in effect since Jan. 1. 2007 (RS 173.110).
Repealed by art. 40 No 2 of the law of 24 March 2000 on the staff of the Confederation (RS 172.220.1).

Art. 2 representation expenses a credit intended to cover representation expenses of the members of the federal Council and the Federal Chancellor is registered every year in the budget of the Confederation.

Art. 2aFrais of travel allowances for official travel of ordinary judges and deputy judges of the federal court are resolved in an order of the Federal Assembly.

Introduced by section 3 of the annex to the law of 17 June 2005 on the federal court, in effect since Jan. 1. 2007 (RS 173.110).

Art. 3 pension. the Federal Assembly address the issue of retirement of judges in a federal decree of general scope not subject to referendum.
The occupational benefits consist of retirement and survivors pensions.
Magistrates in office are not subject to compulsory insurance within the meaning of the Federal Act of 25 June 1982 on the occupational old-age, survivors, and disability insurance.
The magistrates who, before their entry into function, were insured by the Federal Fund of insurance, the Pension Fund and relief of SBB or another institution of foresight of the Confederation can be put to the benefit of a scheme derogating from the rules and regulations of the said institutions.

RS 831.40 currently "PUBLICA".
Currently "SBB pension fund.

Art. 4 final provisions are repealed: a. the federal decree of October 3, 1968, concerning salaries and retirement pensions of the members of the federal Council; b. the federal decree of October 3, 1968, concerning compensation and retirement pensions of the members of the federal court and the federal insurance Court; c. the federal decree of October 3, 1968, concerning the treatment of the Federal Chancellor.

This Act is subject to optional referendum.
The federal Council shall determine the date of entry into force.

[RO 1968 1252, 1971 1834]
[RO 1968 1255, 1971 1834 ch. III]
[RO 1968 1254, 1971 1834 ch. II]

Date of entry into force: January 1, 1990 RS 1990 254 [RS 1 3]. The mentioned provision currently corresponds to art. 173, al. 2, of the Constitution of 18 April 1999 (RS 101).
New content according to art. 40 No 2 of the law of 24 March 2000 on the staff of the Confederation, in force since Jan. 1. 2001 (SR 172.220.1).
FF 1988 III 693 ACF of Jan. 24. 1990 (RO 1990 255) status on April 18, 2006