§ Section 10 SaRegG regulates the requirements and the procedure for providing information as follows:
(1) A person who suspects that he or she has been conceived by heterologous use of semen in medically assisted artificial insemination has a claim against the Federal Institute for Drugs and Medical Devices for information from the sperm donor register. After reaching the age of 16, the person may only assert this claim himself/herself. The right to information pursuant to sentence 1 shall continue to exist for the duration of storage, irrespective of the provision of information.
(3) If a person within the meaning of paragraph 1 applies for information, he or she must submit his or her birth certificate and a copy of his or her identity card to the Federal Institute for Drugs and Medical Devices when making the application. If the parents, as legal representatives, assert the right to information for their child who has not yet reached the age of 16, they must submit the birth certificate of this child and copies of their identity cards. If other persons assert the claim as legal representatives, they must also submit proof of legal representative authority.