Lofer judicial district

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Former judicial district of Lofer
Basic data
state Salzburg
district Zell am See
Seat of the court Lofer
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competent regional court  Salzburg
Dissolved June 1, 1923
Assigned to Saalfelden

The judicial district of Lofer was a judicial district in the federal state of Salzburg which was subordinate to the district court of Lofer . The judicial district existed until the end of May 1923 and comprised the northern part of the Zell am See district .


The judicial district of Lofer was created together with 22 other judicial districts in Salzburg by a decree of the kk Oberlandesgericht Linz on July 4, 1850 and originally included the eleven tax communities Au , Gföll , Hallenstein , Lofer , Obstthurn , Reit , St. Martin , Scheffsnoth , Unken , Unterweißbach and Wildenthal .

In the course of the separation of the political from the judicial administration from 1868, the judicial district together with the judicial districts Mittersill , Saalfelden , Taxenbach and Zell am See formed the district of Zell am See .

The judicial district of Lofer was dissolved together with the judicial districts of Golling and Mattsee on June 1, 1923 , with the judicial district of Lofer being added to the judicial district of Saalfelden.


Before the dissolution, the judicial district of Lofer comprised the four municipalities of Lofer , Sankt Martin bei Lofer , Weißbach bei Lofer and Unken .

Individual evidence

  1. General State Law and Government Gazette for the Crown Land Austria ob der Enns 1850, XXV. Piece, No. 288: Decree of the k. k. Higher Regional Court for the Crown Lands of Austria ob der Enns and Salzburg from July 4, 1850 on ALEX - Historical legal and legal texts online
  2. ^ Reichs-Gesetz-Blatt for the Empire of Austria. Born in 1868, XVII. Piece, No. 44. "Law of May 19, 1868 on the establishment of political administrative authorities in the kingdoms ..."
  3. RGBl. No. 25/1867 : "Ordinance of the Ministry of Justice, on the establishment of pure district courts in the Herzogthume Salzburg"
  4. Federal Law Gazette No. 187/1923 : "Ordinance of the Federal Government of March 29, 1923, regarding the abandonment of district courts"