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LSG Thuringia, 11/28/2008 - L 6 R 165/06

Sense and purpose of an explanation of the unfairness of legal prosecution

The judging Senate agrees that the complaint is admissible as an isolated legal remedy against the cost decision of the Social Court pursuant to Section 192 (1) SGG after the appeal has been withdrawn (LSG) Berlin dated June 10, 2004 - Ref .: L 3 U 15/04, LSG Baden-Württemberg from November 18, 2005 - Ref .: L 8 SB 3940/05 AK-A, LSG Saxony-Anhalt from June 1, 2006 - Ref .: L 7 V 2/06, LSG Lower Saxony-Bremen from 8 August 2006 - Ref .: L 9 SB 42/05, LSG Berlin-Brandenburg from May 23, 2007 - Ref .: L 8 B 1695/07 R, all according to juris; ... Leitherer in Meyer-Ladewig / Keller / Leitherer, Social Court Act, 9th edition 2008, § 192 marginal no. 20a; ... Groß in Lüdtke (ed.), Social Court Act, Handkommentar, 3rd edition 2009, § 192 marginal no. 35; ... Straßfeld in Jansen (ed.), Social Court Act, 2003, § 192 marginal no. 16).

LSG North Rhine-Westphalia, 05/05/2010 - L 7 AS 193/10

Basic security for job seekers

However, the suspensive effect occurs regardless of the admissibility of the appeal (decision of the joint senate of the highest federal courts of October 24, 1983 - GmS - OGB 1/83 in BVerwGE 68, 379 ff .; LSG Berlin, decision of June 10, 2004 - L 3 U 15/04 Rn. 13 juris;… Keller in Meyer-Ladewig / Keller / Leitherer, Komm. Zum SGG, 9th edition 2008, § 141 Rn. 2a).