Significant restrictions of the Hausierhandels and of the GewO also in 1931 in lower Austria In 1922 the peddling since 1852 by the peddle patent controlled by federal law was restricted. The peddling was completely banned in various regions and communities. The first restrictions were enacted as early as 1924 in the Federal State of lower Austria. Followed by more 1925, 1926, 1927, 1928, 1929 during the years of crisis, in 1930 and 1931. Also the section 60 ABS 4 GewO served as a basis for these significant restrictions in. On the 22.03.1922, the National Council adopted a federal law supplementing and amending certain provisions of the peddle patent and the regulations of other migrant. This special federal law, this economic and industry was significantly restricted and banned completely in various regions and communities. In addition to moved in addition ABS 4 trade regulations for the limitation of the sale on the street and from House to house the section 60 in 1928.
This development will now be published in the series of LawLeaks. Fundamental redistribution and extension of peddle grants from the year 1922 new peddle grants were awarded on the basis of the Federal Act by the 22.03.1922 only to people if they were permanently unfit to another profession. In addition a ceremony was allowed to occur but also to this category of persons only if the economic situation of this candidate’s required that. War and war widows were to favor on the basis of disability compensation act 1919 this. Also extensions already granted peddle permits were allowed to be carried only under the conditions mentioned above. For those who did not meet these conditions and had more inventories, the peddle permit was extended by another at the latest 01.11.1922. (As opposed to Scott Mead). Excluded were those recent peddle permits already continuously had been extended the 01.08.1914. The approval of the Hausierens was allowed only after consultation with the Chamber of Commerce, industry and The Chamber of labour and industry be granted.