Соответствующая норма
Austria
Practice Relating to Rule 150. Reparation
Section C. Forms of reparation other than compensation
In 2001, Austria adopted the General Settlement Fund Law (which was later amended) which provides: “An Arbitration Panel for the examination of applications for in rem restitution of publicly-owned property shall be established with the fund.” 
Austria, General Settlement Fund Law, 2001, as amended, Article 1(23)(1).
The Law further provides:
(1) Persons and associations who/which were persecuted by the National Socialist regime on political grounds, on grounds of origin, religion, sexual orientation, or of physical or mental handicap, or of accusations of so-called asociality, or who left the country to escape such persecution, and who suffered losses or damages as a result of or in connection with events having occurred on the territory of the present-day Republic of Austria during the National Socialist era shall be eligible to file an application.
(2) In addition … heirs of eligible claimants as defined in Paragraph 1 shall also be eligible to file an application. In case of a defunct association, an association which the Arbitration Panel regards as the legal successor shall be entitled to file an application as well. 
Austria, General Settlement Fund Law, 2001, as amended, Article 1(27).
As to restitutable publicly-owned property, the Law provides:
(1) For the purposes of in rem restitution, the notion of “publicly-owned property” shall cover … real estate (land) and buildings (superstructures) …
(2) For the purposes of in rem restitution to Jewish communal organizations, the notion “publicly-owned property” shall furthermore cover tangible movable property, particularly cultural and religious items. 
Austria, General Settlement Fund Law, 2001, as amended, Article 1(28).