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Menold Bezler Rechtsanwälte Steuerberater Wirtschaftsprüfer Partnerschaft mbB

Stresemannstrasse 79, 70191 Stuttgart and
Heilbronner Straße 190, 70191 Stuttgart

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Menold Bezler Rechtsanwälte Steuerberater Wirtschaftsprüfer Partnerschaft mbB

Partnership Registry

Registry Court (“Registergericht”) of Stuttgart (statutory seat of the firm), PR 155

Please see the list of the partners according to Section 3 subsection 2 No. 2 German Act on Partnership Companies (PartGG). 

VAT ID

The firm’s VAT ID pursuant to Section § 27 a German VAT Act (UStG) is DE232 078 089.

Licenced Legal Experts

Our lawyers are licensed in Germany and are regulated by the Bar Licensing Authority (“Rechtsanwaltskammer”) of Stuttgart, Königstraße 14, 70173 Stuttgart, of which our lawyers are members. 

Our tax advisors are licensed in Germany and are regulated by the Tax Advisors Authority (“Steuerberaterkammer”) of Stuttgart, Hegelstraße 33, 70174 Stuttgart, of which our tax advisors are members. 

Our notaries are licensed in Germany and are regulated by the Notaries Authority (“Notarkammer”) of Stuttgart, Königstraße 21, 70173 Stuttgart, of which our notaries are members. 

Our auditors are licensed in Germany and are regulated by the Chamber of Public Accountants (Wirtschaftsprüferkammer), Körperschaft des öffentlichen Rechts, Hauptgeschäftsstelle Berlin, Rauchstraße 26, 10787 Berlin, of which our auditors are members.

Professional Liability Insurance for our lawyers

Allianz Versicherungs-AG
Königinstraße 28, 80802 Munich, Germany
Territory: worldwide 

Professional Liability Insurance for our Tax Advisors and Auditors

VSW – The Insurance Pool for Accountants (“Versicherergemeinschaft für Steuerberater und Wirtschaftsprüfer”)
Dotzheimer Str. 23, 65185 Wiesbaden
Territorial coverage EU-wide

German Professional Regulations for the Practice of Law
German Federal Lawyers Act (“BRAO”)
Federal Code of Conduct for Lawyers (BORA)
CCBE Code of Conduct
Federal Act on Lawyers’ Fees (BRAGO)
Law on the Remuneration of Lawyers (RVG)
Specialist Lawyers Regulation (FAO)

Information concerning these regulations can be found on the website of the German Bar Licensing Authority at www.brak.de 

German Professional Regulations for the Practice of Tax Advising

German Tax Advisors Act (“StBerG”)
Regulation on the Implementation of the Provisions for Tax Advisors (“DVStB”)
Code of Conduct of the Federal Chamber of Tax Advisors (“BOStB”)
Regulations on Tax Consultancy Fees in Germany (“StBVV”)

The professional regulations can be accessed at the competent local and regional Chambers of Tax Advisors – e.g. the Stuttgart Chamber of Tax Advisors (stbk-stuttgart.de) – or under “Infomaterial” on the website of the Federal Chamber of Tax Advisors at www.bstbk.de.

German Professional Regulations for the Practice of Notaries
German Notaries Act (“BNotO”)
Information concerning these regulations can be found on the website of the German Notaries Authority at www.bundesnotarkammer.de

Professional Regulations governing Auditors

German Public Accountants Act (WPO)
Professional Charter
Quality Assurance Charter
Seal Order 

Regulation on the Professional Indemnity Insurance of Accountants and Chartered Accountants (WPBHV)

The current version of the professional regulations can be accessed on the website of the Chamber of Auditors at www.wpk.de in the section “Service – Legal Regulations”.

Extrajudicial Mediation

In the event of any disputes between lawyers and their clients there is the possibility of out-of-court dispute resolution at the regional bar association or at the arbitration board of the Federal Bar Association (pursuant to Section 73 (2) No. 3 in conjunction with Section 73 (5) BRAO) or at the arbitration board of the Federal Board Association (Section 191 f. BRAO), which can be accessed online via the Homepage of the Federal Chamber of Lawyers (www.brak.de or by e-mail: schlichtungsstelle[at]brak.de).

EU-Consumer Arbitration

The European Commission provides a platform for online dispute resolution (ODR). The platform can be accessed here: http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr/. Consumers can use this platform to settle disputes relating to online purchases, provided the provider concerned participates in the dispute resolution procedure of the online dispute resolution centre.

Menold Bezler Rechtsanwälte Steuerberater Wirtschaftsprüfer Partnerschaft mbB is generally not prepared, not under any obligation, to take part in  dispute resolution proceedings before a consumer dispute resolution body.

 

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