District Court of Haag in Upper Bavaria
Until 1803, Haag was a "free imperial county not incorporated into the Bavarian Courlands " with its own court , albeit dominated by Bavaria . Subsequently, a district court of the older order was formed in Haag and Wasserburg am Inn . The administrative and legal tasks of the regional court were separated in 1862. The district office of Wasserburg was re-established through the merger of the older regional courts of Haag and Wasserburg. In the area of the royal Bavarian district office Wasserburg there were two district communities Haag and Wasserburg. On the occasion of the introduction of the Courts Constitution Act on October 1, 1879, it was renamed the Haag District Court in Upper Bavaria. The higher-level instances were the Traunstein Regional Court and the Munich Higher Regional Court . With effect from January 1, 1970, the district court of Haag i.OB was dissolved and its district assigned to the district court of Wasserburg am Inn .
The court was located at Marktplatz 7. The former district court and today's town hall is a three-storey free-standing hipped roof building with plastered structure, a dwelling and a sloping stand bay, in the core in 1851. It was rebuilt in 2003/04.
- Bernhard Zöpf: Historical news about the former noble seats Schwindkirchen , Schiltern , Giebing and Schönbrunn , Dulzheim, Lappach and Burgau in the royal district court in Haag . Munich 1863 ( e-copy ). (= Upper Bavarian Archive for Patriotic History , Volume 23, Munich 1863, pp. 359–368, online ).
- Wilhelm Volkert (ed.): Handbook of Bavarian offices, communities and courts 1799–1980 . CH Beck, Munich 1983, ISBN 3-406-09669-7 , p. 588 .
- Law on the repeal of local courts and the amendment of local court districts of June 24, 1969 (GVBl. P. 148)
- List of monuments for Haag in Upper Bavaria (PDF) at the Bavarian State Office for Monument Preservation