Reporting requirement

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A reporting obligation is the compulsion , usually based on the law , to report certain facts to the authorities ( reporting offices ) of the state .

Examples (Germany)

In Germany existing reporting requirements are z. B .:

Special reporting requirements

Special reporting obligations can be ordered by the courts . As a rule, these are residence registration requirements. These are imposed in immigration law and criminal law .


Failure to comply with an imposed reporting obligation is usually sanctioned , i. This means that it is being prosecuted as an administrative offense or even a criminal offense by state authorities and a. with fines occupied.

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