Regional Court of Bolzano

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The district court of Bolzano in the Eisack district in 1808

The Regional Court of Bolzano was a Bavarian regional court of the older order that existed from 1805 to 1810 and was based in Bolzano in South Tyrol . The regional courts were judicial and administrative authorities in the Kingdom of Bavaria .


In 1805 the regional court of Bolzano was established in the course of the administrative restructuring of Bavaria . After the establishment of the Kingdom of Bavaria, this was added to the Eisackkreis , whose capital was Brixen .

Officials of the regional court

The names of the officials of the Bolzano Regional Court in 1809 can be found in the Royal Bavarian Government Gazette.

  • First assessor: Michael Stautner
  • Second assessor: Johann Martin Maurer
  • Actuary: Peter Lindl

See also


  • Wilhelm Volkert (Hrsg.): Handbook of the Bavarian offices, communities and courts 1799–1980 . CH Beck, Munich 1983, ISBN 3-406-09669-7 .
  • Peter Adolph Winkopp (ed.): The Rhenish Federation . A journal with historical-political-statistical-geographic content. Second volume, 4–6 issues. JEB Mohr, Frankfurt am Main 1807, p. 33 ( full text in Google Book Search [accessed July 2, 2016]).

Individual evidence

  1. Königlich-Baierisches Regierungsblatt , Munich 1809, column 469