Law relating to the admission of Tax Advisors
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Document Number: 2869-PS
Date: 6 May 1933
Signed by: Hitler, Schwerin v. Krosigk
PARTIAL TRANSLATION OF DOCUMENT 2869-PS
1933 REICHSGESETZBLATT, PART I, NO. 49, PAGE 257
Law Relating to the Admission of Tax Advisors of 6 May 1933
Persons which are of non-Aryan descent pursuant to the law relating to the reestablishment of the professional Civil Service [Berufsbeamtentums] are not generally to be admitted as tax-advisors. Admissions already granted to such persons are to be withdrawn.
Lawyers or notaries, even of non-Aryan descent, are admitted as plenipotentiaries or assistants [Beistand, i.e., person assisting the party other than counsel] in tax matters from case to case. Other persons of non-Aryan descent are not to be permitted on principle as plenipotentiaries or assistants (a.b.) in tax-matters, not even from case to case. Exceptions thereof are admissible only insofar as such other persons will act as plenipotentiaries or assistants for relatives pursuant to section 67, subsection 1, figures 2 and 3 of the Reich Tax Code.
The Reich Chancellor
The Reich Minister of Justice