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The Lachout Document
Anatomy of a Forgery

Austrian Resistance Archives, 1990

F. The Use of the Allgemeines Verwaltungsverfahrensgesetz
by Allied Authorities.[31]

The Allied authorities were not under the jurisdiction of the Austrian legal system for their internal correspondence. That means, it was impossible that an Allied authority would have bothered to state that the "document" was correct according to criteria set down in Para 18 of the Allgemeines Verwaltungsverfahrens-gesetz, which is normal procedure for Austrian authorities and as it is confirmed by Lachout's signature on his "document".

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