Federal Administrative Court

Various administrative courts ruled that no economic business exists in the Scientology Church. Mr Beckstein had to admit already at that time that he organization, despite very thorough monitoring of the protection of the Constitution, can find an anti-constitutional act of Scientology in the past ten years. And so it was that also the Bavarian administrative court in late 2005 by judgment had confirmed that Scientology had to remain on the basis of their religious identity as ideal Club rather than as economic in the register of associations. The Court followed the already established jurisdiction in favour of the denomination by the Federal Administrative Court in the year 1997, the Verwaltungsgericht Stuttgart in 1999 and also trend-setting decision of the Administrative Court of Baden-Wurttemberg in Mannheim in 2003. On January 3, 2006 has become legally binding judgment States: an economic business of the plaintiff () therefore does not exist. s on the topic. (u0085). This speaks of the common belief of the members in accordance with the Federal Administrative Court, and the VGH Baden-Wurttemberg (is) rightly emphasised that the Club will not detached from the beliefs of its members to determine ().

The members of the plaintiff see basically consistent. their affiliation with Scientology, spiritual, intellectual, and religious aspects” Published under the auspices of the Bavarian Ministry of the Interior in 2002 opinion by Kufner, Nedopil and Blake was by the Court as unfounded, and virtually worthless, because no Scientology members had been consulted. 2008, the Augsburg administration Court decided against the Government of Swabia and the city of Augsburg. A survey of charges in the amount of 818,00 EURO to the city of Augsburg was as illegal and regarded the action of the Scientology Church as permitted. The Administrative Court of Augsburg was the Scientology Church law on the grounds that the requirement not lie for commercial activity”of the plaintiff (Scientology Church Bayern e.V.). The Spanish national administrative court in late October 2007 the Scientology had recognized internationally last church as communion to the registration in the State Register of the religion.

This judgment took cover, in which the claims of Scientology Church on the human rights guarantee of freedom of religious association in the sense of the European human rights Convention was confirmed on a ruling of the European Court of human rights by the April 5, 2007 against Russia. The first Scientology Church was founded in 1954 in the United States by members. Today the Scientology includes religion more than 7,500 churches, missions and groups in 163 countries with 10 million members, who use only the religious writings of its founder L. Ron Hubbard. In Germany the Scientology Church since 1969 has been present and has today 19 churches and missions. Press service of the Scientology Church Bayern e.V., be Anichstrasse 12, 80802 Munich,. Contact person: Uta Ebrusheee, TEL. 089-890912639, FAX. 089-38607-109,

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