Federal Law Replacement By Land Law

Federal Law Replacement By Land Law

Federal Law Replacement By Land Law

Federal Law Replacement By Land Law

- Constitution of Germany

Article 125a [Continued applicability of federal law – Replacement by Land law]

(1) Law that was enacted as federal law but that, by virtue of the amendment of paragraph (1) of Article 74, the insertion of the seventh sentence of paragraph (1) of Article 84, of the second sentence of paragraph (1) of Article 85 or of the second sentence of paragraph (2a) of Article 105 or because of the repeal of Articles 74a, 75 or the second sentence of paragraph (3) of Article 98, could no longer be enacted as federal law shall remain in force as federal law. It may be superseded by Land law.

(2) Law that was enacted pursuant to paragraph (2) of Article 72 as it stood up to 15 November 1994 but which, because of the amendment of paragraph (2) of Article 72, could no longer be enacted as federal law shall remain in force as federal law. A federal law may provide that it may be superseded by Land law.

(3) Law that has been enacted as Land law but which, because of the amendment of Article 73, could not be enacted any longer as Land law shall continue in force as Land law. It may be superseded by federal law.


Basic Law of Germany

Preamble
Basic Rights
Federation and the Lander
Bundestag
Bundesrat
Joint Committee
Composition Rules of procedure
Federal President
Federal Government
Federal Legislation
Execution of Federal Laws
Joint Tasks
Judiciary
Finance
State of Defence
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