List of general sworn interpreters deletion
Information in the list of interpreters and translators may be corrected or removed for various reasons. In order to keep the list of interpreters and translators up to date, deletions are required in certain cases. Pursuant to Section 6(3) of the Law on the General Swearing-in of Interpreters and Empowerment of Translators of the Land of Brandenburg, deletion is required in the following cases: revocation and withdrawal of the general swearing-in or authorisation, ineffectiveness of general swearing or empowerment for other reasons, death of the interpreter or translator, at the request of the interpreter or translator. In the event of the death of the interpreter or translator, the powers under S 189 paragraph 2 of the Judicial Constitution Act and pursuant to Section 142 (3) of the Code of Civil Procedure, as well as the authorisations and obligations referred to in Section 4 of the Law on the Swearing-in of Interpreters and Authorisation of Translators of the Land of Brandenburg, shall end with the discharge. A registration shall be deleted after five years if it concerns an interpreter or translator who is lawfully established in another Member State of the European Union or in another Contracting State of the Agreement on the European Economic Area for the performance of the activities referred to or comparable in Paragraph 1 (1) (see S. S. 6(5) Of the Law on the General Swearing of Interpreters and authorisation of translators of the Land of Brandenburg). You can request that the registration be extended for a further five years. In addition, the meeting may be deleted if: the conditions for registration no longer -beforeiiegenl the DoImetschér or translator proves to be personally incondivisive, holds a profession title other than the registered profession, or there are serious concerns about the expertise of the interpreter or translator, in particular he has carried out refutingly defective transmissions.
The documents necessary for the examination of erasure, such as .B death certificate, must be submitted.
The Presidents of the Regional Courts responsible for examining the request for the general swearing-in of an interpreter or the authorisation of a translator shall inform the President of the Higher Regional Court of the reason for the deletion.
Paragraphs 3 to 5 of the Law on the General Oath of Interpreters and Authorisation of Interpreters of the Land of Brandenburg (Brandenburg Interpreting Act BbgDolmG) of 71 July 2009 (GVBl.l/09, [No. s.252) last amended by Article 9 of the Law of 17 December 2015 (GVBl,l/15, [No. 38])
Provided that there is a request for general swearing-in. Interpreter or authorisation of a translator of the President of the Regional Court to inform the President of the Regional Court of a fact which requires the deletion of information in the register of interpreters and translators, he informs the President of the Higher Regional Court responsible for the keeping of the register of interpreters and translators. The latter checks whether there is a reason for deletion. It is the responsibility of him to delete the registration.
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