7. Revision Senate of the Federal Administrative Court - 7. Revisionssenat des Bundesverwaltungsgerichts

The 7th 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. of environmental law to the extent it is not the fourth or ninth revision Senate is assigned, in particular the chemicals legislation and emission protection law ,
  2. of genetic engineering law ,
  3. of waste law and soil protection law ,
  4. of nuclear law ,
  5. of water and dyke law ,
  6. of mountain law ,
  7. the law of wastewater taxes under the wastewater tax law ,
  8. of the law of water and soil associations,
  9. the right to build waterways ,
  10. the right to freedom of information and the right of further use of information from public bodies , unless assigned to the 6th Revision Senate (see No. 12 there),
  11. the right to information, inspection and information under press, radio, archive and media law, unless assigned to the 6th Revision Senate (see No. 12 there).

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 Egmont Witten (1903-1989) 30. August 1957 31. May 1971
2 Horst Sendler (1925–2006) 26. August 1971 30. June 1991
3 Everhardt Franßen (* 1937) July 1, 1991 30. September 2002
4 Wolfgang Sailer (* 1947) 18. November 2002 30. April 2012
5 Rüdiger Nolte (* 1951) July 10, 2012 30. April 2017[2]
6 Andreas Korbmacher (* 1960) May 23, 2017 [3]

Individual evidence

  1. a b Business distribution plan of the Federal Administrative Court for the 2018 financial year (accessed on April 18, 2018; PDF, 100 kB)
  2. ^ Two presiding judges at the Federal Administrative Court in retirement . In: Journal for Public Law in Northern Germany . 2017, p. 327.
  3. ^ Two new presiding judges at the Federal Administrative Court . In: Journal for Public Law in Northern Germany . 2017, p. 327.