Chapter 1 The scope of the Bekendom Decision
Chapter 2 The Central Authority
Chapter 3 Confusing based on Danish decisions on child support and conjugal contributions
Chapter 4 Recreation on the basis of decisions on maintenance payments covered by the Nordic collection-control Convention ;
Chapter 5 Confusing based on decisions on maintenance obligations covered by the Hague Conventions
Chapter 6 Recreation of alimony under the UN Convention
Chapter 7 Crow and other things.
Chapter 8 Entry into force and so on.
Completion of the collection of alimony payments
In accordance with paragraph 1 (1), 2, and section 23 b, 1. and 2. pkt;, in the Act of the collection of maintenance contributions, cf. Law Order no. 946 of 10. In October 2005, as amended by Section 13 of Law No 1336 of 19. In December 2008, in consultation with the tax minister :
The scope of the Bekendom Decision
§ 1. This notice shall apply to collection on the basis of Danish decisions on contributions to the oration of children and so on after the child support contribution of children and on contributions to the grieving of current or former spouses, including : registered partner, in accordance with the law of the law of matrimony and the conclusion of marriage and the solution of matrimony (prenal contributions).
Paragraph 2. The notice shall also apply to collection on the basis of decisions concerning the maintenance obligations covered by :
1) Convention on 23. 1 March 1962 between Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden on the recovery of sub-alimony (the Nordic collection Convention) ; 1) .
2) The Hague Convention of 2. October 1973 on the recognition and enforcement of decisions on maintenance obligations (1973 Convention) 2) .
3) The Hague Convention of 15. April 1958 on the recognition and enforcement of decisions relating to maintenance obligations vis-vis children (HaagerConvention of 1958) 3) .
4) The United Nations Convention of 20, adopted by the United Nations. June 1956 on the recovery of maintenance obligations abroad (the UN Convention) 4) .
Paragraph 3. Decisions in this notice shall also mean agreements which are subject to the provisions of paragraph 1 of this Article. The laws and conventions referred to in 1-2.
§ 2. The notice shall apply where :
1) the recipient of the beneficiary lives or residing in Denmark,
2) the contribution of the contributor shall live or reside in Denmark,
3) the contributor has assets in Denmark which could be the subject of panning for section 11 in the law of debt recovery for the public ; or
4) the contribution of the contributor from an employer and so on in Denmark receives a salary, etc., which will be the subject of retention in accordance with section 10 of the debt recovery of public debt.
The Central Authority
§ 3. The family management authority shall be the central authority in relation to the conventions covered by Section 1 (1). 2.
Confusing based on Danish decisions on child support and conjugal contributions
§ 4. The request for collection on the basis of a Danish decision on child contributions or conjugal contributions shall be submitted to the municipality in which the recipient resides or resides.
Paragraph 2. If the recipient does not live here in the country, the request shall be submitted to the municipality where the contributor resides or resides.
Paragraph 3. Where the recipient or the contributor is domiciled or residence in this country, the request shall be submitted to the municipality where the contributor has assets, cf. § 2, nr. 3, or where the employer's employer and so on has his head office, cf. § 2, nr. 4.
§ 5. The municipality where the contributor resides or resires, requires the claim and takes a position on objections of the claim and transfer of it to the recovery authority in accordance with the procedure for the restential recovery authority. The law of debt recovery for the public sector.
Paragraph 2. If the contributor has no residence or stay in this country, the collection and so forth shall be made, cf. paragraph 1, of the municipality where the recipient is residing or residing.
Paragraph 3. Neither the recipient nor the contributor is domiciled or accommodation in this country, and so on, cf. paragraph 1, of the municipality receiving a request in accordance with section 4 (2). 3.
Paragraph 4. The provisions of paragraph 1. 1-3 shall not preclude the imposition of collection and so forth, cf. paragraph 1 shall be made by another municipality.
Recreation on the basis of decisions on maintenance payments covered by the Nordic collection-control Convention ;
§ 6. The Nordic recovery convention is in force here in the country.
§ 7. The request for collection on the basis of a decision on the maintenance contributions covered by the Nordic recovery convention shall be submitted to the recovery authority that requires and collect the claim, cf. The law of debt recovery for the public sector. However, this does not apply to a decision subject to Chapter 3.
§ 8. The objections to the claim are being dealt with by the Federal Republic of South Danes.
Confusing based on decisions on maintenance obligations covered by the Hague Conventions
§ 9. The 1973 Convention of 1973 and the Hague Convention of 1958 applies here in the country.
§ 10. The request for collection on the basis of a decision on the maintenance obligation to be covered by the Hague Convention of 1973 or the Hague Convention of 1958 shall be submitted to the Confederate Administration of the Republic of South Danes. However, this does not apply to a decision covered by Chapter 3-4.
Paragraph 2. If the recovery is not carried out in Denmark, the request shall be submitted for collection to the recovery authority.
§ 11. The State administration shall decide on a decision in section 10 (1). 1, satisfies the conditions of the Convention for the Recognition and Enforcement of Denmark. The State administration is also taking a position on the challenge of the claim.
Paragraph 2. Are they in paragraph 1? The conditions laid down shall be fulfilled, the claim shall be transferred to the recovery authority that requires and incorporates it in accordance with the requirements of the said Regulation. The law of debt recovery for the public sector.
Recreation of alimony under the UN Convention
§ 12. The UN Convention is applicable here in the country.
§ 13. The request for the collection of alimony under the UN Convention shall be submitted to the Government of State, following the notification on the processing of cases of child support and alimony (contribution proclamation), the case of the establishment of a case on the setting of a case ; of contributions. However, this does not apply to a decision covered by Chapter 3-5.
§ 14. The State Department will charge the debt to the contributor.
Paragraph 2. Where the contributor does not pay the claim, the claim shall be deemed to be charged as a request for the determination of contributions in accordance with Danish law. This request shall be handled by the state administration that claimed the claim, cf. paragraph The administration can, however, decide that it should be dealt with by a different state administration if this is the most appropriate.
§ 15. Establishment State administration contributions after section 14 (1). 2, the State administration shall issue the case to the municipality as a request for collection on the basis of this Decision, in accordance with this Decision, cf. § 4.
Crow and other things.
§ 16. Complaguing the municipality's decisions after Section 5 is dealt with by the social name, cf. Article 23 (a) (a), 1.
§ 17. Complaguing the State Department's decisions in accordance with sections 8, 11 and 14 are being dealt with by the Family Management Board. The appeal shall be submitted to the State administration which has taken the decision. The State Department relaxes the complaint and the files of the case to the Family Services Committee.
§ 18. State administration may resume the processing of an impacted decision if :
1) the complaint contains an application for which State administration has not taken a position ;
2) the complaint contains important new information,
3) there are significant information which has not been addressed by State administration, or
4) there are case processing errors that may have implications for the decision.
Paragraph 2. The complainant may appeal to the State Manager ' s decision to resume the case for the family management board.
Entry into force and so on.
§ 19. The announcement shall enter into force on 1. January, 2009.
Paragraph 2. Publication no. 1286 of 8. In December 2006, the collection and recovery of child support and alimony in Denmark is hereby repealed.
20. The announcement does not apply to the Faroe Islands and Greenland.
1) Publication no. 21 of 29. July 1963, Statument C.
2) B excutoaccount no. 15 of 22. February 1988, Governing C .
3) Publication no. 26 of 1. April 1966, Statedown C .