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Yes and no In Germany, the first case where vaccination was mandatory was Smallpox. The Bundesverwaltungsgericht had adjudicated back in Juli 1959 – I C 170.56 - that mandatory Vaccination (Impfpflicht) against Smallpox follows the Impfgesetz of 1874 (RGBl. S. 31) which was declared a) still good law and b) in line with the Grundgesetz and so enforced ...


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There are answers between black and white. One might honestly believe to be owed €360, and demand that money in a lawyers' letter, and be prepared to write that demand off if the other party does not comply. Going to court has an uncertain outcome even if one is objectively right, and it will take effort and money. As you describe the events, it looks like ...


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In Austria they have a law about "Kreditschädigung" (website from the Austrian government, "credit damage") translated by Google as: Because of credit damage, a person is liable to prosecution if he or she asserts incorrect facts and thereby harms or endangers the credit, the acquisition or professional advancement of another person. A ...


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Here is what the Austrian law says in this case (Google translation): Bag control in the supermarket: There is no obligation to have your bag checked by supermarket staff or security guards. If there is a reasonable suspicion, the supermarket staff can ask a suspect to wait for the police to arrive. The police can then check the bag. In this Austrian ...


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They don't actually claim to have a patent. Lots of people license a patent, and then they are using "patented technology". The only effect of this statement is: If you want to copy their product, you better find out what patent they are licensing, otherwise you might be in legal trouble. And their statement means you should have known that your ...


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According to regulation 373/1974 § 4(4) (which I presume is still in force due being amended in 2020), confiscated items must be returned by the end of Unterricht (unsure of exact translation, either end of class or school day): Gegenstände, die die Sicherheit gefährden oder den Schulbetrieb stören, dürfen vom Schüler nicht mitgebracht werden. Derartige ...


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Find below the condictions for the house arrest from the webpage of the Austrian Federal Ministry of Justice, (Google translation). I think this might be helpful to put together a realistic case. The electronically monitored house arrest (eüH) is the most recent form of execution in Austria, it was introduced in autumn 2010. Basically, people who are ...


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Since YouTube expects people to link to their site, they have guidelines on what are acceptable methods. You should not alter the logo, instead use a recommended logo from their website, or follow their rules for creating a customized logo that meets their requirements. https://www.youtube.com/intl/en-GB/about/brand-resources/#logos-icons-colors Apple is ...


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It seems pretty clear that the Nuremburg Code was enacted specifically to forbid FORCED vaccinations. https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/N%C3%BCrnberger_Kodex Points 1 and 9 specifically say that vaccines cannot be forced on anyone and other parts bring up questions of sufficient testing on animals and other legal points that would prevent a vaccine that was ...


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germany In Germany, the exact rules depend on the Land (state), as education is regulated by them. However, the rules mostly seem to boil down to: "Confiscation is allowed to enforce discipline, but things must be returned as soon as practical." For example, In North Rhine-Westphalia the relevant law says: (2) Zu den erzieherischen Einwirkungen ...


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