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Das Bundesverfassungsgericht und der Investitionsschutz

Am Beispiel von BVerfG, Beschluss vom 30.6.2020 – 1 BvR 1679/17 und 2190/17

Wilfried Erbguth

In its decision of 30 June 2020, the Federal Constitutional Court granted protection of legitimate expectations for frustrated investments in the approval procedure for the erection of wind turbines in the exclusive economic zone, but only with consideration of the affected parties and not on the basis of fundamental rights under Article 14 (1) of the Basic Law or Article 12 (1) of the Basic Law, but rather under Article 2 (1) of the Basic Law in conjunction with Article 20 (3) of the Basic Law. Article 20 (3) GG on the basis of the standards of retroactivity under the rule of law. In contrast to the overwhelming acceptance of the decision in the literature, the article criticises the rejection of the use of the fundamental right to property, but also the derivation of the said duty of consideration.

Verf. war bis 2014 Hochschullehrer an der Universität Rostock, Juristische Fakultät. Abschluss des Manuskripts: Ende Dezember 2022.


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