District Court of Kissingen

from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Maxstrasse 27 , from 1863 the seat of the regional court

The District Court of Kissingen was a Bavarian district court of the older order that existed from 1803 to 1879 and was based in Bad Kissingen in today's Bad Kissingen district . In the Kingdom of Bavaria , the regional courts were judicial and administrative authorities, which were replaced in administrative matters by the district offices in 1862 and in legal matters by the local courts in 1879 .


After the Reichsdeputationshauptschluss the Bishopric of Würzburg canceled and Pfalz-Bayern were given that were Wurzburg offices canceled and on 8 November 1803, the District Court Kissingen instead formed. It originated from the following locations from the following offices:

From 1806 to 1814 it was a regional court in the Grand Duchy of Würzburg . The district court also existed in the course of the administrative restructuring of Bavaria . This came in 1817 to the newly founded Untermainkreis , the forerunner of the later administrative district of Lower Franconia .

See also


  • Wilhelm Volkert (Hrsg.): Handbook of the Bavarian offices, communities and courts 1799–1980 . CH Beck, Munich 1983, ISBN 3-406-09669-7 , p. 426-427 .
  • Werner Eberth (editor): Physics report for the district court district of Kissingen by Dr. Friedrich Daniel Erhard (1800-1879) . In: Land and people in the Bad Kissingen district 1861, vol. 4. Edited by Werner Eberth. Bad Kissingen 1999, pp. 21-135. [not evaluated]

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Heinrich Wagner: Kissingen: Stadt- und Altlandkreis - Historical Atlas of Bavaria (HAB), Volume 36 of Historical Atlas of Bavaria, Part Franconia, Series I, 2009, ISBN 9783769668575 , pp. 466-467, digitized