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Recommendations for the daily use of wireless technologies by a health insurance
Federal Court of Justice of Germany (BGH)—Cell phone antennas on rooftops only with consent of all shared property owners
Apartment owners of a condominium association must not enforce the installation of cell phone antennas on their rooftop against the will of individual apartment owners.
The Federal Court of Justice of Germany (BGH) in Karlsruhe announced this decision in its ruling on 24.01.2014. Due to the controversy over possible health effects from cell phone antennas, there is "at least the serious possibility of a reduction in the rental or sales value of the condominiums," the explanation said. Therefore, all apartment owners would have to support such a decision (Az.: V ZR 48/13).
English translation of dpa news
Original article in German magazine Focus: www.focus.de/finanzen/news/wirtschaftsticker
Shielding against Electrosmog Is Tax Deductible
Press release from 2 April 2012
Expenses for the shielding of a condominium against RF radiation can be deducted from the income tax as exceptional expenditures. The Tenth Circuit of the Finance Court Cologne issued this decision on 8 March 2012 (10 K 290/11).
In her income tax return, the plaintiff claimed expenses of 17,075 euro for the installation of RF radiation shielding to protect her condominium against broadcast, TV, and cell phone radiation. The revenue office denied the deduction of these expenses as exceptional expenditures because no certificate by a medical officer regarding the necessity of such shielding had been supplied and therefore could only be considered as a precautionary measure.
The Tenth Circuit of the Finance Court Cologne took another view and allowed the deduction as medical expenditures. Necessary, and thus tax deductible, are not only medically inevitable expenditures within the meaning of minimum provisions, but rather expenditures of any diagnostic or therapeutic treatments whose application is sufficiently justified in the case of disease. To proof that the installation of the shielding was necessary, the Court was satisfied with a certificate by a medical doctor in private practice regarding the plaintiff’s advanced electromagnetic hypersensitivity, and an expert report by a building biology engineer about the RF radiation exposure levels of “considerable concern” within the completed building envelope of the condominium.
According to the Circuit Court’s ruling, no appeal against its decision can be filed with the Federal Finance Court.
Complete decision in German 10 K 290/11
Original press release in German (PDF)