An der Fernpaßbundesstraße 2
An der Fernpaßbundesstraße 2
Rental car trade according to Par.130 Z.III GewO 1973 inVbg. with Par.3 lit. b Occasional Traffic Act, Federal Law Gazette No. 85/1952 as amended Federal Law Gazette No. 129/1959, limited to seven (7) buses with 43 to 63 seats, 1 bus with not more than 30 seats and 1 bus with more than 63 seats (in each case except the driver's seat).
Hospitality industry according to Par.142 Abs.1 Zif.2-4 GewO 1994, Zif.2 restricted to small snacks, in buffet mode.
Since 02.09.2000 for the location
6465 Nassereith, An-der-Fernpaß-Bundesstraße 1 (may differ from date of foundation)
excursion coach industry with ten (10) buses, according to change r.k. 09.04.2010
Since 19.05.2001 for the location
6465 Nassereith, An-der-Fernpaßbundesstraße 2 (may differ from date of foundation)
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