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§ 11 - Soldiers Act (SG)

revised by B. v. May 30, 2005 Federal Law Gazette I p. 1482; last amended by Article 188 V. v. June 19, 2020 Federal Law Gazette I p. 1328
Valid from August 10, 1975; FNA: 51-1 Legal status of soldiers
32 earlier versions | is cited in 359 regulations

Section One Common Provisions

2. Duties and Rights of Soldiers

Section 11 Obedience


§ 11 has 1 earlier version and is quoted in 3 provisions


(1) The soldier must obey his superiors. He must carry out your orders completely, conscientiously and promptly to the best of his ability. There is no disobedience if an order is not followed that violates human dignity or that was not given for official purposes; the erroneous assumption that it was such an order only exempts the soldier from responsibility if he could not avoid the error and, given the circumstances known to him, could not be expected to defend himself against the order with legal remedies.


(2) An order may not be obeyed if this would commit a criminal offense. If the subordinate nevertheless obeys the order, he will only be guilty if he realizes or if it is obvious from the circumstances known to him that a criminal offense is being committed as a result.


(3) In relation to persons who are authorized to issue official orders that do not constitute an order, Section 62 (1) and Section 63 of the Federal Civil Service Act apply accordingly.



Text in the version of Article 9 Bundeswehr Reform Accompanying Act (BwRefBeglG) G. v. July 21, 2012 Federal Law Gazette I p. 1583 w.v. July 26, 2012




 

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Earlier versions of § 11 SG

The following list shows all changes to this regulation. Via the links current and before you can compare the old version (old version) and the new version (new version). You will find the full text of the Amendment Act and the legislator's justification.



Please note that retrospective changes - if any - are sorted in this list according to the date of publication of the change title (date in brackets) and not according to the date of entry into force.



 

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Citations from § 11 SG

You can see the regulations that refer to § 11 SG. The list is subdivided according to quotations in SG itself, authorization bases, other applicable titles, amendment regulations and in canceled titles.

 
Quotation in the following standards

Occupational Safety and Health Act (ArbSchG)

Article 1 G. v. 07.08.1996 Federal Law Gazette I p. 1246; last amended by Article 1 G. v. December 22nd, 2020 Federal Law Gazette I p. 3334

§ 9 ArbSchG special dangers

... to avert dangers to public safety as well as §§ 7 and 11 of the Soldiers Act ...


Military Complaint Regulations

revised by B. v. January 22, 2009 Federal Law Gazette I p. 81; last amended by Article 12 G. v. July 21, 2012 Federal Law Gazette I p. 1583

§ 3 WBO effect of the complaint (from 02/01/2009)

... not from executing an order against which the complaint is directed. Section 11 of the Soldiers Act remains unaffected. (2) Those responsible for the decision ...

 

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Quotations in amendment regulations

Bundeswehr Reform Accompanying Act (BwRefBeglG)

G. v. July 21, 2012 Federal Law Gazette I p. 1583

Link to this site: https://www.buzer.de/gesetz/2246/a31647.htm

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