3. Revision Senate of the Federal Administrative Court - 3. Revisionssenat des Bundesverwaltungsgerichts

The 3rd Revision Senate is a panel of the Federal Administrative Court . He is one of ten revision panels that were formed at the Federal Administrative Court.

Jurisdiction

In the 2018 financial year, the Senate is responsible for matters from the areas [1]

  1. the equalization of burdens including the damage assessment,
  2. occupation damage law,
  3. of currency equalization and old savers law,
  4. of the Refugee Assistance Act ,
  5. the reparations damage law ,
  6. of the General Law on Consequences of War ,
  7. the law of benefits in kind,
  8. health administration law, including the law of the therapeutic and auxiliary professions and hospital financing law (including the setting of nursing care rates and the raising of funds) as well as epidemic law,
  9. the law of agriculture and forestry including support measures as well as animal breeding and animal disease law ,
  10. of food law and the law of the food industry ,
  11. of hunting and fishing law,
  12. the right to rectify SED injustice,
  13. the law of the transport industry and traffic law , also the operation of waterways and disputes about special road uses in the area of road and right of way ,
  14. of railway and level crossing law , unless the 6th Revision Senate is responsible,
  15. administrative liability between the Federation and the Länder according to Art. 104 a (5) GG and the burden of bearing according to Art. 104 a (6) GG, including the implementing laws issued in this regard,
  16. of animal welfare and plant health , unless the center of gravity in matters is assigned to another Senate
  17. of dormitory law , unless it is assigned to the 4th Revision Senate.

occupation

The Senate is made up of the following six professional judges : [1]

Chairperson

No. Name (life data) Start of term of office Term expires
1 Ernst Knoll (1889–1965) 13. April 1953 31. August 1954
2 Fritz Holland (1890–1961) 14. August 1955 1. November 1958
3 Karl Buchholz (1903–1973) January 30, 1959 July 31, 1970
4 Friedrich Sieveking (1907–2002) 1. August 1970 30. September 1975
5 Wilhelm Dodenhoff (* 1920) October 27, 1975 February 28, 1987
6 Alfred Dickersbach (* 1931) March 4th 1987 30. November 1996
7 Hans-Joachim Driehaus (* 1940) February 13, 1997 30. September 2005
8 Dieter Kley (* 1950) 7. November 2005 October 31, 2015
9 Renate Philipp (* 1962) March 2, 2016

Individual evidence

  1. a b Business distribution plan of the Federal Administrative Court for the 2018 financial year (accessed on April 17, 2018; PDF, 100 kB)