In order to obtain extended information about individual specific persons, you must credibly demonstrate a legitimate interest in doing so.
You will receive information about surname, first name, doctoral degree, current addresses and, if the person has died, the reference to it.
In addition, you will receive information about previous names, date and place of birth and, in the case of birth abroad, also the state, marital status, limited to the indication of whether married or in a civil partnership or not, current nationalities, previous addresses, date of move-in and move-out, surname and first name as well as address of the legal representative, surname and first name as well as address of the spouse or partner, Date and place of death as well as in case of death abroad also the state.
The registration authority shall immediately inform the data subject, stating his or her name as the inquirer, of the provision of the extended population register information. You can prevent this if you credibly demonstrate a legal interest to the registration authority that the data subject cannot be informed. A special reason is the assertion of legal claims