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Definitions in Germany

Provisions relating to definitions in the German Criminal Code [1]: This criminal issue is covered by Chapter Thirteen, under the heading “Offences Against Sexual Self-determination,” located in Section 184g Definitions, which reads: Within the meaning of this law 2. sexual acts and activities shall only be those which are of some relevance in relation to the protected legal interest in question; 1. sexual acts and activities in the presence of another shall be those which are committed in the presence of another who observes them.

Definitions in Germany

Provisions relating to definitions in the German Criminal Code [1]: This criminal issue is covered by Chapter Twenty-nine, under the heading “Offences Against the Environment,” located in Section 330d Definitions, which reads: Within the meaning of this chapter 1. a body of water shall be surface water, ground water and the sea; a nuclear facility shall be a facility for the production or treatment or processing or fission of nuclear fuels or for the enrichment of irradiated nuclear fuels; 2. dangerous goods shall be goods within the meaning of the Transportationv of Dangerous Goods Act or an ordinance based thereon and within the meaning of the provisions relating to the international transportation of dangerous goods in the respective territories of their application; 3. a duty under administrative law shall be a duty which arises from a legal provision; a judicial decision; an enforceable administrative act; an enforceable condition to an administrative act; or a contract under public law to the extent that the duty could also have been imposed by an administrative act and which serves to protect against dangers or harmful effects on the environment, especially on persons, animals or plants, bodies of water, the air or the soil; 4. 5. an act without a permit, planning approval or other permission shall be also an act on the basis of a permit, planning approval or other permission which was secured by threats, bribery or collusion or obtained by deception through incorrect or incomplete statements.

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  1. The content of the translated German penal code in relation to definitions is current as of 2010

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Notes

  1. The content of the translated German penal code in relation to definitions is current as of 2010

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