District regulation

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The district regulation (in some countries also district regulation) is a state law that


There are different regulatory models ( types of district constitutions ) in the individual federal states .

The district regulations correspond to the municipal regulations at the municipal level.

District regulations of the federal states in Germany

The differences in constitutional types in the countries are due to the occupying powers there, which in some cases set their ideas for communal structures in the countries after the war. The names and meanings of the communal organs vary significantly in the individual countries.

District regulations in the individual countries
country designation abbreviation Constitution type
Baden-Württemberg District regulations for Baden-Württemberg LKrO BW
Bavaria District regulations for the Free State of Bavaria LKrO B
Berlin There are no administrative districts in Berlin. --- ---
Brandenburg District regulations for the state of Brandenburg LKrO BR
Bremen There are no administrative districts in Bremen. --- ---
Hesse Hessian district regulation HKO
Hamburg There are no administrative districts in Hamburg. --- ---
Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania Municipal constitution for the state of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania KV MV
Lower Saxony Lower Saxony Municipal Constitutional Law NKomVG
North Rhine-Westphalia District order of North Rhine-Westphalia KrO NRW
Rhineland-Palatinate Rhineland-Palatinate district regulation LKO RLP
Saarland Local Self-Government Act KSVG
Saxony District regulations for the Free State of Saxony SächsLKrO
Saxony-Anhalt Local constitution law of the state of Saxony-Anhalt KVG LSA
Schleswig-Holstein District order for Schleswig-Holstein KrO SH
Thuringia Thuringian municipal and district regulations ThürKO

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