The Independent Administrative Tribunal for the Federal Province of Upper Austria was set up as a result of the Upper Austrian Independent Administrative Tribunal Act 1990 (Oö. Verwaltungssenatsgesetz) and became operational on 1.1.1991.
Legal foundations for the Independent Administrative Tribunals
The constitutional foundations for the Independent Administrative Tribunals (UVSs) in the federal provinces are contained in Art. 129a to 129c of the Federal Constitution Act (Bundes-Verfassungsgesetz). The UVSs – like the Administrative Court in Vienna - are convened to ensure the legality of all public authorities. The UVSs are admittedly not a court within the meaning of the Federal Constitution Act,
- however, they are tribunals within the meaning of Art. 6 ECHR and Art. 2 s. 1 of the 7th protocol to the ECHR and
- courts according to the judicial practice of the ECJ.
- The UVSs were set up to be monitoring bodies for the administration.
According to Art.129 b para. 6 B-VG (Federal Constitution Act) the organisation of the UVS as well as the public service conditions for its members are regulated by the laws of the respective federal province. In the case of the Independent Administrative Tribunal for Upper Austria this is effected by the Upper Austrian Independent Administrative Tribunal Act 1990.
Links to the legal foundations
Allocation of duties and attachments
In accordance with § 10 para. 7 Upper Austrian Independent Administrative Tribunal Act 1990, LGBl. No. 90/1990, as last amended by Provincial Law LGBl. No. 93/2009 and the Salary Adjustment Regulation (Gehaltsanpassung) LGBl. No. 107/2010, the allocation of duties for 2011 is announced through publication in the Centre for Evidence and Documentation, and is available for public viewing during office hours.
No liability is accepted for the accuracy or integrity of the online version of the allocation of duties. The only legally binding version is that which is on public display in the Centre for Evidence and Documentation.
Allocation of duties for the Independent Administrative Tribunal for the Federal Province of Upper Austria for the year 2012.