Registration register information Grant extended Unfortunately this specification of service has not yet been completely translated.
In order to obtain an extended information about individual specific persons, you must demonstrate a legitimate interest in this. You will receive information about your surname, first name, doctorate, current addresses and, if the person has died, the reference to this. In addition, you will also receive information about previous names, date of birth and place of birth, as well as the state, marital status, limited to whether married or civil partnership is a leader or not, current nationalities, previous addresses, date of collection and removal, surname and first name as well as address of the legal representative, surname and first name, address of the spouse or partner, date of death and place of death in the event of death. The reporting authority shall immediately inform the data subject, stating his name as the queryer, of the issue of the extended registration register information. You can prevent this if you demonstrate a legal interest to the reporting authority that the data subject is not to be informed. A special reason is the assertion of legal claims.
They must be able to demonstrate a legitimate interest in providing information. The concept of legitimate interest here includes any interest of a legal, economic or even non-ideal nature to be recognised as worthy of protection. The person you are looking for is uniquely identified by your information. There is no block of information in the register and there is no evidence that the requested person or another person may be endangered by the provision of information.
Notes Only information on private individuals can be provided from the registration register of municipalities. Information on firms or economic enterprises can only be found in the trade register.