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Prostitution in Austria is an example of regulated prostitution. Prostitution is legal but restricted by several regulations. History The last time prostitution was completely forbidden in Austria was under Maria Theresa of Austria , who shipped prostitutes along with other "asocial" people down the Danube to the Banat.
In "Öffentliche Sicherheit. Nusser of the Vienna police suggested that prostitutes be required to register with the police, receive medical examinations twice a week, and obtain special health certificates. In , Anton Ritter von Le Monnier, head of the Vienna police, reformed Vienna's prostitution law, and health certificates have been obligatory since that time.
Prostitutes who complied with the requirements of registration and examinations were no longer prosecuted by the police. A newspaper article of October 27 , reported that 6, prostitutes had received health certificates and were under observation by police and health authorities.
According to police estimates, at least 12, more women lived on the proceeds of "free love" without being registered. Most of these were factory workers who received so little pay that they needed the additional income.
Of the registered prostitutes, 5, were unmarried, widows, and married. The youngest was 15 and the oldest 47 years old. Anna Ehrlich. The Austrian Oberster Gerichtshof Supreme Court held in that Prostitution was a "sittenwidriger Vertrag" Unconscionable contract ; therefore, a prostitute has no legal recourse against a customer who refuses to pay OGH Prostitutes are considered to be self-employed, and since they have been required to pay taxes.