In Germany existing reporting requirements are z. B .:
- the statutory obligation to register at the residents' registration office at your new place of residence (legal basis: Federal Registration Act of May 3, 2013, based on the Reich Registration Ordinance of January 6, 1938)
- the legally prescribed duty of applicants for asylum to register in person at a reception center ( AsylG )
- the statutory obligation of employers to register their employees for social security (legal basis: fourth book of the Social Security Code )
- Ailments that fall under the Infection Protection Act, such as B. dangerous contagious diseases ( smallpox , tuberculosis, etc.) as well as severe (especially bacterial ) food poisoning ( botulism , salmonellosis , typhoid, etc.), see reportable disease
- some epidemic animal diseases (ordinance on reportable animal diseases)
- Right of assembly : "Anyone who intends to hold a public gathering in the open air or an elevator must notify the competent authority of this at least 48 hours prior to the notification, stating the subject of the assembly or the elevator." ( Assembly Act)
- Notification obligations in the event of changes to vehicle or owner data (e.g. home address , family name , engine power)
- Accident report
- Reports in the military, e.g. B. Enemy contact , losses
- Obligations to cooperate in social law ( SGB I ), e.g. B. on changes in income and financial circumstances when receiving social benefits
- the reporting obligation in labor and social law
- Reporting regulations in foreign trade
- Obligation for listed companies, e.g. B. Ad hoc publicity and reporting of proprietary transactions by executives
- Obligation to report automated procedures for data processing in accordance with Federal Data Protection Act
- Obligation of credit institutions to report certain data to the banking supervisory authority ( reporting system (bank) )
- the so-called court registration obligation according to § 29 paragraphs 2, 30 and 31 of the Federal Registration Act ; it obliges people who stay overnight in an accommodation facility, regardless of the length of their stay, to fill out a registration form on the day of arrival and to provide the personal data specified in Section 30 (2) of the Federal Registration Act, which can be stored for up to 15 months.
- Anyone wishing to work as a prostitute or prostitute must report this in person to the authority in whose area of responsibility the activity is primarily to be carried out in accordance with the Prostitute Protection Act. The obligation to register applies regardless of whether the activity is carried out independently or as part of an employment relationship.
Special reporting requirements
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.