Basic right of reception

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A collection of fundamental rights provides methodological and legally considered an omnibus clause in the bill of rights is.

The general freedom of action ( Article 2, Paragraph 1 of the Basic Law ) is referred to as a typical basic right. For example, the right to general freedom of action in many cases takes a back seat to the right to freedom of the person ( Article 2, Paragraph 2, Sentence 2, Basic Law). The idea of ​​the basic right to catch is based on the Elfes judgment of the Federal Constitutional Court of 1957, in which the term itself is not yet used.

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  1. BVerfGE 6, 32 .