Reich Assets

Reich Assets

Reich Assets

Reich Assets

- Constitution of Germany

Article 134[Succession to Reich assets]

(1) Reich assets shall, in principle, become federal assets.

(2) Insofar as such assets were originally intended to be used principally for administrative tasks not entrusted to the Federation under this Basic Law, they shall be transferred without compensation to the authorities now entrusted with such tasks, and to the extent that such assets are now being used, not merely temporarily, for administrative tasks that under this Basic Law are now performed by the Länder, they shall be transferred to the Länder. The Federa­tion may also transfer other assets to the Länder.

(3) Assets that were placed at the disposal of the Reich without compensation by Länder or municipalities (associations of municipalities) shall revert to those Länder or municipali­ties (associations of municipalities) insofar as the Federation does not require them for its own administrative purposes.

(4) Details shall be regulated by a federal law requiring the consent of the Bundesrat.


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