German laws in English translation

At Carob, Robin Stocks has uploaded a huge list of links to German laws (i.e. both statutes and delegated legislation) in English translation. It is most impressive. Carob seems like a weblog to me, but Robin says he isn’t sure. Anyway, it has no possibility to leave comments, so let me just say here I think it’s fantastic.

3 thoughts on “German laws in English translation

  1. Hi,
    I am looking for information on the German “good samaritan” law ie requirement to act for the benefit of others, and to help those in need. If you could help me it would be much appreciated.

  2. The German Criminal Code makes it an offence not to render assistance in certain circumstances. That is section 323c of the Criminal Code (Strafgesetzbuch).

  3. Hello, I’m looking for info about German motor vehicle law regarding the elderly. for example, if the elderly are required to take written or road tests to renew their licenses; or they must renew their licenses more frequently than younger drivers, etc.
    Thank you!

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