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Name: An Act to introduce the Penal Code.
Country: Germany
Subject(s): Criminal and penal law; Employment policy, promotion of employment and employment services; Protection against particular hazards; Education, vocational guidance and training; Elimination of child labour, protection of children and young persons
Type of legislation: Law, Act
Adopted on: 1974-03-02
Entry into force:
Published on: Bundesgesetzblatt, 1974-03-09 (INFORM)
ISN: DEU-1974-L-15030
Link: https://www.ilo.org/dyn/natlex/natlex4.detail?p_isn=15030&p_lang=en
Bibliography: Bundesgesetzblatt, 1974-03-09 (INFORM)
Abstract/Citation: Title 8: Amendment of legislation in the field of labour, social insurance and war victims' relief. Amends, inter alia, the Vocational Training Act of 14 Aug. 1969 (LS 1969 - Ger. F.R. 2), the Works Constitution Act of 15 Jan. 1972 (LS 1972 - Ger. F.R. 1), the Act of 29 June 1936 (LS 1936 - Ger. 1) respecting hours of work in bakers' and pastry-cooks' establishments, the Home Work Act of 14 Mar. 1951 (LS 1951 - Ger. F.R. 1), the Hours of Work Code of 30 Apr. 1938 (LS 1938 - Ger. 6), the Young Persons (Protection of Employment) Act of 9 Aug. 1960 (LS 1960 - Ger. F.R. 2), the Employment Promotion Act of 25 June 1969 (LS 1969 - Ger. F.R. 1, 1972 - Ger. F.R. 3), the Manpower provision Act of 7 Aug. 1972 (LS 1972 - Ger. F.R. 2), the Disabled Persons Act of 14 Aug. 1961 (LS 1961 - Ger. F.R. 6), the Federal Insurance Code (LS 1924 - Ger. 10 ... 1973 - Ger. F.R. 1), the Salaried Employees' Insurance Act (LS 1924 - Ger. 6 ... LS 1957 - Ger. F.R. 1 B), the Federal Miners, Benefit Societies Act of 1 July 1926 (LS 1926 - Ger. 5 ... 1942 - Ger. 1 B and F), the Farmers' Old-Age Assistance Act of 14 Sep. 1965 and the Family Allowances Act of 14 Apr. 1964 (LS 1964 - Ger. F.R. 1).
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