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Under certain conditions, you can have an information block entered in the population register.

In principle, anyone can obtain information about a specific person on request. However, you can have an information block entered in the population register if you, as a data subject or another person, could endanger your life, health, personal freedom or similar interests worthy of protection by disclosing your address.

The information block only has an effect on inquiries from the private sector (private individuals, companies, lawyers and the like). Authorities and other public bodies will continue to receive information, but they will be expressly informed of this fact.

  • Informal request in writing or for the record,
  • Evidence to substantiate the information on the dangerous situation.

§ 51 Federal Registration Act (BMG).

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