Federal Law Gazette for the Republic of Austria

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The first Federal Law Gazette for the Republic of Austria , published on November 10, 1920

The Federal Law Gazette for the Republic of Austria ( BGBl. ) Is a law gazette published by the Austrian Federal Chancellor and is used for the promulgation of federal laws , ministerial ordinances , announcements and re- pronouncements of the Federal Chancellor, resolutions of the Federal President as well as international treaties and other supranational law. The legal basis is the Federal Constitutional Act and the Federal Law Gazette Act 2004.

The predecessors of the Federal Law Gazette were the Reichsgesetzblatt (1848–1918) and the Staatsgesetzblatt (1918–1920, 1945). Between 1938 and 1940 the law gazette was valid for the country of Austria , alongside and later exclusively until 1945 the German Reichs law gazette . In 1934, the Federal Law Gazette was split into two parts as an expression of the beginning of the corporate state.

On January 1, 1997, the amendment to the Federal Law Gazette Act 1985 by Federal Law Gazette No. 660/1996 introduced the trisection of the Federal Law (Part I), Ministerial Ordinance (Part II), and State Treaty (Part III).

Since January 1, 2004, the printed version that was previously produced by Print Media Austria AG , the former Austrian State Printing House , is no longer to be regarded as authentic , but rather the version published online in the Legal Information System of the Republic of Austria (RIS). The legal basis for this online announcement - unique in Europe to date - was created by the Announcement Reform Act 2004 ( Federal Law Gazette I No. 100/2003 ). On a technical level, the online announcement is realized through the use of electronic signatures .

All Federal Law Gazettes from 1945 to 2003 and from 1920 to 1938 can also be queried using the appropriate search masks in the RIS.

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Individual evidence

  1. a b search mask for the Reichs-, Staats- and Bundesgesetzblatt 1848–1940
  2. Search mask for the Federal Law Gazette from 2004
  3. Search mask for the Federal Law Gazette from 1945–2003