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Nom: Federal Act to amend Wage Limitation Act, General Social Security Act 1955, Social Insurance (Small-Scale Industry) Act, Farmers' Social Insurance Act, Unemployment Insurance Act 1977 (BGBI. 52/2011).
Pays: Autriche
Sujet(s): Sécurité sociale (Normes d'ensemble)
Type de loi: Loi
Adopté le: 2011-07-08
Entry into force:
Publié le: Bundesgesetzblatt Teil I, 2011-07-27, vol. 52, pp. 1-3
ISN: AUT-2011-L-90237
Lien: https://www.ilo.org/dyn/natlex/natlex4.detail?p_isn=90237&p_lang=fr
Bibliographie: Bundesgesetzblatt Teil I, 2011-07-27, vol. 52, pp. 1-3
Act on-line in German Act on-line in German Bundeskanzleramt, Rechtsinformationssystem (RIS), Austria PDF PDF (consulté le 2012-06-27)
Résumé/Citation: - Article 1. Amendments to the Wage Limitation Act regarding level of payments according to the Parliamentary Staff Act, sets upper limit. Also makes minor changes in wording.
- Article 2. Words added to the General Social Security Act concerning income from activity which rises insurance liability shall be treated according to the Federal Constitutional Law on the Limitation of remuneration of public officials.
- Article 3. Amends the Social Insurance (Small-Scale Industry) Act concerning income from activity which rises insurance liability shall be treated according to the Federal Constitutional Law on the Limitation of remuneration of public officials.
- Article 4. Farmers' Social Insurance Act is amended concerning income from activity which rises insurance liability shall be treated according to the Federal Constitutional Law on the Limitation of remuneration of public officials.
- Article 5. Unemployment Insurance Act 1977 is amended concerning insurance contributions during exercising of public functions.
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