Certificate of good conduct

Service Description

Persons who have reached the age of 14 will be issued, upon request, a certificate of good conduct concerning the contents of the Federal Central Register relating to them. If the person concerned is legally represented (e.g. minors), the representative is also entitled to apply. The application cannot be made by a third party.

Certain information about a person contained in the Federal Central Register is included in the certificate of good conduct. This may include, for example, criminal convictions, court-ordered suspensions of driving licenses, decisions of administrative courts and tribunals, notices of incapacity, and certain criminal offenses committed in connection with the exercise of a trade or profession.

The certificate of good conduct can be issued for personal purposes (private certificate of good conduct) or for submission to a German authority.

  • Certificates of good conduct for private purposes are sent directly to the applicant by mail.
  • Certificates of good conduct for submission to a public authority will be sent directly to the authority you specified in the application. In this case, please indicate the address of the authority and the purpose of use.
  • You can request that the certificate of good conduct for submission to a public authority first be sent to a district court for your inspection if it contains entries.

Source: Zuständigkeitsfinder Thüringen (Linie6PLus)

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