Law Gazette for Austria
After Austria ceased to exist with the annexation to the German Reich on March 13, 1938, the legal gazette for the state of Austria was the official publication organ of the state in which laws and other publications of the legislature were until the complete liquidation of this administrative unit were published. In this capacity, it replaced the Federal Law Gazette for the Republic of Austria, which had been published since 1920 .
On March 31, 1940, the GBlÖ ceased its publication in accordance with the administrative restructuring in the German Reich. Laws announced after this point in time can only be found in the Reichsgesetzblatt .
- Gerhard Silvestri: The German-language legal gazettes of Austria. A bibliography . Berg am Starnberger See, 1967.