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Military Government- Germany, supreme commander's area of control, law No. 52 ( blocking and control of property), pp. 46-48 PDF (1.2 MB)
DENAZIFICATION AJNEX H MILITARY GOVCMAET - GERAY SUPRME CIMADER'S AIEA. OF CONTR1L Law No. 52 Amended (1)* BLOCKING AND CONTFDL OF PROPERTY ARTICLE I Categories of Property 1. All property within the occupied territory owned or oontrolled, directly or indirectly, in whole or in part, by any of the following is hereby declared to be subject to seizure of possession or title, direction, management, supervision or otherwise being taken into control by Military Government: (a) The German Reich, or any of the Laender, Gaue, or Provinces, or other similar political sub-divisions, or any agency or instrumentality thereof, including all utilities, undertakings, puilic corporations or monopolies under the control of any of the above; (b) Governments, nationals or residents of nations, other tkan Germany, which have been at war with aSy of the United Nations at any time since 1 September 1939, and governments, nationals or residents of territories which have been occupied since that date by such nations or by Germany; (c) The NSDAP, all offices, departments, agencies and organizations form- ing part of, attached to, or controlled by it; their officials and such of their leading mesbers or supporters as may be specified by Military Government; (d) All persons while held under detention or any other type of custody by Military Government; (e) All organizations, clubs or other associations prohibited or dis- solved by Military Government; (f) Owners absent from the Supreme Commanderts Area of Control and Nationals and Governments of United Nations and Neutral Nations; (g) All other persons specified by Military Government by inclusion in lists or otherwise . 2. Property which has been the subject of duress, wrongful acts of confiscation, dispossession or spoliation from territories outside Germany, whether pursuant to legislation or by procedures purporting to follow forms of law or otherwise, is here- by declared to be equally subject to seizure of possession or title, direction, manage- ment, supervision or otherwise being taken into control by Military Government. ARTICLE II Prohibited Transactions 3. Except as hereinafter provided, or when licensed or otherwise authorized or directed by Military Government, no person shall import, acquire or receive, deal in, *Amended 3 April 1945. APRIL 1948 - 46 -
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