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Schnittker Möllmann Partners Attorneys-at-Law Tax Advisors Partnership with limited professional liability (PartG mbB)
Registered Seat and Registration: Registered Seat in Berlin, Local Court (Amtsgericht) of Berlin-Charlottenburg, PR 1193
VAT identification number: DE 311548954
The following partners within the meaning the German Act on Professional Partnerships (PartGG) have sole power of representation:
Berlin: Dr. Stephan Bank, RA; Jens Kretzschmann, RA/StB; Dr. Peter Möllmann, RA/StB/FAStR; Dr. Helder Schnittker, RA/FAStR, Dr. Thomas Töben, StB, Dr. Benjamin Ullrich, RA, Dr. Tim Schlösser, RA
Hardenbergstraße 27, 10623 Berlin, Germany
T +49 30 76759750
F +49 30 767597599
The partners and associates of Schnittker Möllmann Partners bear the legal professional titles “attorney-at-law” (“Rechtsanwalt” or “Rechtsanwältin”, abbr.: RA) and/or “tax advisor” (“Steuerberater” or “Steuerberaterin”, abbr.: StB). These professional titles are bestowed by the Federal Republic of Germany.
Professional indemnity insurance is provided by AXA Versicherungs AG in 51067 Cologne. The territorial scope of the insurance coverage applies to actions in the European Union member states and complies with the legal requirements set out in Sec. 51a of the Federal Code for the Legal Profession (Bundesrechtsanwaltsordnung – BRAO), Sec. 67 of the Tax Advisory Act (Steuerberatungsgesetz – StBerG), Secs. 51 et seqq. of the Tax Advisory Act Ordinance (Verordnung zur Durchführung der Vorschriften über Steuerberater, Steuerbevollmächtigte und Steuerberatungsgesellschaften – DVStB).
Applicable professional rules and laws for attorneys-at-law (Rechtsanwälte) include, without limitation, the German Federal Lawyers’ Act (Bundesrechtsanwaltsordnung), the Rules of Professional Practice (Berufsordnung der Rechtsanwälte), the Rules of Professional Practice for Specialist Lawyers (Fachanwaltsordnung), the German Act on Lawyers’ Fees (Rechtsanwaltsvergütungsgesetz) and the Code of Conduct for European Lawyers.
Applicable professional rules and laws for tax advisors (Steuerberater) include, without limitation, the Tax Advisory Act (Steuerberatungsgesetz), the Tax Advisory Act Ordinance (Durchführungsverordnung zum Steuerberatungsgesetz), the Tax Advisors’ Professional Code of Conduct (Berufsordnung der Steuerberater) and the Ordinance on Tax Advisors’ Fees (Steuerberatervergütungsverordnung).
The above rules and laws may be inspected at the offices of the competent chambers or under www.brak.de or www.bstbk.de
The competent supervisory authorities for attorneys-at-law are the regional bars (Rechtsanwaltskammer) of Berlin and Cologne. The addresses of the regional bars can be found at the website of the German Federal Bar (Bundesrechtsanwaltskammer) www.brak.de.
The competent supervisory authorities for tax advisors are the regional chambers for tax advisors (Steuerberaterkammer) of Berlin and Cologne. The addresses of the regional chambers for tax advisors can be found at the website of the German Federal Chamber for tax advisors (Bundessteuerberaterkammer) www.bstbk.de.
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Schnittker Möllmann Partners does not participate in procedures for dispute resolution before a consumer conciliation board.
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