Prize order

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Basic data
Title: Prize order
Abbreviation: AwardsO
Type: Federal law
Scope: Federal Republic of Germany
Legal matter: Prize Law
References : 56-1
Original version from: September 30, 1909
( RGBl. 1914 p. 275)
Entry into force on: August 3, 1914
New announcement from: August 1, 1959
( Federal Law Gazette 1958 I p. 437 )
Last revision from: August 28, 1939
(RGBl. I p. 1585)
Entry into force of the
new version on:
September 3, 1939
Last change by: Art. 1, 2 AMG of September
12, 1939
(RGBl. I p. 1751)
Effective date of the
last change:
September 14, 1939
(Art. 3 Amendment Act of
September 12, 1939)
Please note the note on the applicable legal version.

Prisenordnung is the name of the German and Austrian codifications of the award law .

In Germany, the "Prisenordnung" of August 28, 1939 applies. In contrast to its predecessor, the ordinance of September 30, 1909, it was passed as a law , but retained the designation "Prisenordnung". After the Second World War it was not overridden and continues to apply to the German Navy , implemented unchanged in content in 1964 with editorial modifications in the permanent command of Fleet No. 10 .

Individual evidence

  1. Inclusion in the Federal Law Gazette Part III: Priseordnung
  2. ^ Erwin Beckert, Gerhard Breuer: Public Maritime Law . De Gruyter, Berlin 1991.


  • Curt Eckhardt: Prize Rules and Prize Court Rules . Berlin 1942
  • Gerhard Lehmann: The new German price order of August 28, 1939 - its position on international law and its relationship to the price order of September 30, 1909/3. August 1914 . Dissertation, University of Würzburg 1942
  • Berthold Schenk Graf von Stauffenberg in conjunction with Curt Eckhardt, Prize Regulations and Prize Court Regulations . Berlin 1939

Web links

Wiktionary: Price order  - explanations of meanings, word origins, synonyms, translations
Prize regulations of September 30, 1909, published in the Reichsgesetzblatt of August 3, 1914