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Requesting an exception from the prohibition of work on Sundays and public holidays
Source: Zuständigkeitsfinder Schleswig-Holstein (Linie6PLus)
Sundays and state-recognized public holidays are days of general rest, which may not be disturbed. If you wish to hold a dance event on a Sunday or public holiday, you will in many cases require a special permit.
There are various bans on dance events in the public holiday laws of the federal states, which may differ in content: There are restrictions for the time of local church services, but also those that affect certain Sundays and public holidays (such as Good Friday) as a whole. In addition, individual weekdays (such as Maundy Thursday and Holy Saturday) are also affected by the ban. In such cases, a special permit is required in order to be able to hold dance events.
In Schleswig-Holstein, dances are only prohibited on public holidays (Good Friday, Volkstrauertag, Totensonntag).
Who should I contact?
To your municipal, local or city administration (public order office).
Which documents are required?
Please clarify the necessary documents with the responsible office.
What are the fees?
The exemption permit is subject to a fee.
Fees of between 10.00 and 100.00 euros are currently charged in Schleswig-Holstein in accordance with the annex to the state ordinance on administrative fees.
- § Section 6 of the Act on Sundays and Public Holidays (SFTG),
- State Ordinance on Administrative Fees (General Fee Tariff) Tariff item 21.2 - VwGebV.
The text was automatically translated based on the German content.