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  1. Germany - Old-age, invalidity and survivors benefit - Law, Act

    An Act to amend the Federal Miners' Benefit Societies Act [LS 1926 - Ger. 5 ... 1942 - Ger. 2B and F] and the Act to issue new regulations for miners' pension insurance [adds a sentence to s. 2 (1) (experimental mines) of the Federal Miners' Benefit Societies Act and supplement s. 2, para. 1, (b) of the Act to issue new regulations for miners' pension insurance].

    Adoption: 1971-01-20 | DEU-1971-L-17311

  2. Germany - Old-age, invalidity and survivors benefit - Law, Act

    An Act to abolish the payment of sickness insurance contributions by persons receiving pensions (for disability, etc.).

    Adoption: 1970-04-14 | DEU-1970-L-17537

    1. repeals ss. 381 (2), second sentence and (4), third sentence, 394 (3), 488 (3), second sentence and 515 (1), second sentence, and amends s. 515 (2) of the Reich Insurance Code (consolidated text: 15 dec. 1924/2; 2. repeals s. 120 (2) and (3) of the Federal Miners' Benefit Societies Act (consolidated text: 1 July 1926/3; 3. repeals s. 20 para. 20a of the Act to reorganise the pension insurance scheme of miners' benefit societies.

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