District court Euerdorf
The District Court of Euerdorf was a Bavarian court of ordinary jurisdiction that existed from 1879 to 1925 and was based in Euerdorf in Lower Franconia .
With the entry into force of the Courts Constitution Act on October 1, 1879, a district court was established in Euerdorf, whose districts consisted of the communities of Aura an der Saale , Elfershausen , Engenthal , Euerdorf, Greßthal , Machtilshausen , Oberthulba , Ramsthal , Sulzthal , Trimberg , Wasserlosen , Wirmsthal and Wittershausen of the previous district court of Euerdorf . The higher-level instances were the Schweinfurt Regional Court and the Bamberg Higher Regional Court .
With effect from July 1, 1925, the Euerdorf District Court was repealed and its district was merged with that of the Hammelburg District Court .
The district court was located in a two-storey, gable-top flat-gable roof building at Richtgasse 3. The building, which was built in the classicist style in 1822 , housed the local gendarmerie station after 1925 and is now a listed building. Next to it is the former Fronveste , a former prison from 1925, the core of which is late Gothic, labeled “1555” and “1557”. It was changed in the middle of the 19th century.
- ↑ Royal Highest Ordinance of April 2, 1879, concerning the determination of the court seats and the formation of the court districts ( GVBl. P. 374 f. )
- ↑ District Court Euerdorf. In: Royal. Bayer. Statistical Bureau (ed.): Complete list of localities of the Kingdom of Bavaria. Ackermann, Munich 1877, Sp. 1305-1308.
- ↑ Ordinance on the repeal of the district courts Stadtprozelten and Euerdorf of May 27, 1925 ( GVBl. P. 155 )
- ↑ a b List of monuments for Euerdorf (PDF) at the Bavarian State Office for Monument Preservation
Coordinates: 50 ° 8 ′ 57.2 " N , 10 ° 1 ′ 21.4" E