Act On Social Housing, Etc.

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse af lov om almene boliger m.v.

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Overview (table of contents)
Chapter 1 General housing business
Chapter 2 Resident Democracy
Chapter 3 Rent determination etc.
Chapter 4 Rental and instruction, etc.
Chapter 5 Maintenance and repair, right of disposal, etc. as well as lease premium
Chapter 5 a Sale of social housing to home ownership
Chapter 6 Landsbyggefonden
Chapter 7 Operation Support
Chapter 8 General provisions for new construction
Chapter 9 Financing of new construction
Chapter 9 a Selvejende senior housing institutions with better terms
Chapter 9 b Unsubsidised social care homes
Unsubsidised private care homes
Chapter 10 Tests
Chapter 10 a Alternative housing for young
Chapter 11 Byggeskadefonden
Chapter 11 a Funded Private Housing Cooperatives
Chapter 11 b Unsubsidised private cooperative housing
Chapter 12 Social institutions etc.
Chapter 13 Monitoring
Chapter 14 Advisory bodies
Chapter 14 a Housing Social Development
Chapter 15 Økonomistyrelsen
Chapter 16 Management and penalties etc.
Chapter 17 Transitional and commencement provisions
The full text
Act on Social Housing, etc.
Hereby promulgated Law on Social Housing, etc., see. Act no. 1118 of 26 September 2007, with the changes resulting from § 1 of the Law no. 1590 of 20 December 2006, § 2 of the Law no. 575 of 6. June 2007 § 1 of the law no. 194 dated 26 March 2008, § 1 of law no. 219 of 5 april 2008 § 2 of the law no. 323 of 30 april 2008, § 1, no. 2 and 6 of law no. 437 of 1 June 2008, § 1 of law no. 550 of 17 June 2008.
The change resulting from § 10 of Law no. 539 of 8 June 2006, is not included in this consolidated act as the effective date of these changes, the Minister of Justice, see. § 13 paragraph. 1 of Law no. 539 of 8 June 2006.
The changes resulting from § 1, no. 1 and 3-5, of Law no. 437 of 1 June 2008 are not incorporated in this Decree, the changes will take effect on 1 January 2009, without. § 3 , PCS. 1 of Law no. 437 of 1 June 2008.
Chapter 1
Public housing company
Definitions etc.
§ 1. A social housing are:



1) A housing, which under this Act is approved by the local council to exercise public housing company.
2) A housing, which by this Act as a non-profit housing was approved to exercise social housing business.
3) A housing, which by this Act as a non-profit manager company was authorized to exercise social housing business through subsidiaries. There is no approved new manager organizations.
4) An independent youth institution, senior housing institution or facilitate collective living institution under § 2 is converted into a social housing.


§ 2. The local council may approve an independent youth institution containing homes that are built with public aid after byggestøtte-, kollegiestøtte- or housing legislation is converted into a social housing or a division of a social housing.
PCS. 2. The local council may approve that colleges that are not built with public support, converted into a social housing or a division of a social housing if they meet the relevant provisions. The local authority may, however, in exceptional cases until the end of 2015 approve that some of the rules that apply to tagged general youth housing, do not apply.
PCS. 3. The municipal council may authorize an independent senior housing institution containing homes that are built with public support under this Act or the former Act on Housing for the Elderly and Persons with Disabilities, converted into a social housing or a division of a social housing.
PCS. 4. The municipal council may authorize an independent institution containing public housing is converted into a social housing or a division of a social housing if homes have been built with public aid after previous laws on housing.
PCS. 5. The local authority may not approve the conversion after paragraph. 1-4 if the homes are located on a property with no surrender.

PCS. 6. local council reports conversion in paragraph. 1, 3 and 4 institutions for the economy. Economy Agency will notify the social housing that already announced commitments for public support on the same terms are transferred to the relevant department under the social housing.
§ 3. General family homes are:



1) Homes that while the municipal council's commitment to public support for this law are labeled as social housing.
2) Dwellings 31 December 1996 belonged to a non-profit housing except non-profit youth housing and public housing established with public aid after previous laws on housing.
3) Dwellings by the municipal council's commitment to public support for conversion in accordance with § 115 paragraph. 1, no. 6, labeled as family homes.
4) Social housing for the elderly, in connection with the National Building Fund pledged support for conversion in accordance with § 91 paragraph. 1, labeled as social housing.
5) Housing in existing rental properties and houses acquired by a social housing for conversion to public housing and rental as family homes.
6) Social youth and senior housing, the municipal council decides to come to be labeled as family homes.
7) Dwellings built with government support under the Act on Urban Renewal and labeled as social housing.


PCS. 2. General family housing can be established as group homes, when the municipal council no later than when undertaking decides that the homes should be designed as individual or shared housing. Cohabitation must consist of at least five residential units. The local authority may in exceptional circumstances authorize the living community consists of at least 3 residential units.
PCS. 3. Paragraph. 1, no. 3, 4 and 6 shall apply mutatis mutandis by relabeling general-family residential group homes.
PCS. 4. The municipal council may decide that social housing now rented out as general family residential group homes.
§ 4. General youth housing are:



1) Homes that while the municipal council's commitment to public support for this law are labeled as general youth housing.
2) Youth Homes that 31 December 1996 belonged to a non-profit housing.
3) Youth Homes that are converted to general youth housing in accordance with § 2. 1.
4) Dwellings by municipal commitments to public support for conversion in accordance with § 115 paragraph. 1, no. 5, labeled as general youth housing.
5) Housing in existing rental properties and houses acquired by a social housing with a view to conversion to non-profit housing and rental as student housing.
6) General older homes, the municipal council decides to come to be labeled as general youth housing.
7) Dwellings built with government support under the Act on Urban Renewal and labeled as general youth housing.
8) General family homes with a gross floor area does not exceed 50 m2, and the local council in agreement with the housing organization decides in the future to be labeled as general youth housing. The local council may also decide that social housing with a gross floor area of ​​between 50 and 55 m2 in future be labeled as general youth housing if special circumstances relating to the individual property, including the property of residents, is appropriate, or if the interests of the municipality's total housing supply, including the balance the types of accommodation do not contradict this.


§ 5. General housing for the elderly:



1) Dwellings by municipal commitments to public support for this law are labeled as housing for the elderly.
2) Local and regional older homes that have received aid under the former Act on Housing for the elderly and persons with disabilities.
3) Older Homes that 31 December 1996 belonged to a non-profit housing and set up with funding for the former Act on Housing for the elderly and persons with disabilities.
4) Light collective housing that 31 December 1996 belonged to a non-profit housing and set up with funding after previous laws on housing.
5) Senior housing being converted into housing for the elderly in accordance with § 2. 3.
6) Light group homes being converted into housing for the elderly in accordance with § 2. 4th

7) General family housing, in connection with the National Building Fund pledged support for conversion in accordance with § 91 paragraph. 1, labeled as housing for the elderly.
8) Dwellings while municipal commitments to public support for conversion in accordance with § 115 paragraph. 1 pt. 6 and 7 and labeled as housing for the elderly.
9) Housing in existing rental properties and houses acquired by a social housing with a view to conversion to non-profit housing and rental as senior housing.
10) General Family and Youth homes which the local council decides to come to be labeled as housing for the elderly.
11) Dwellings built with government support under the Act on Urban Renewal and labeled as housing for the elderly.
12) Housing established by independent senior housing institutions under the former Chapter 9 a, see. Legislative Decree no. 857 of 8 August 2006.
13) Former childcare places in nursing homes and sheltered housing, which is converted into unsubsidised social care homes after § 143.
14) retirement housing as welfare minister under the Act on retirement housing approves sold for use as housing for the elderly.


PCS. 2. Sheltered housing is housing for the elderly, where all the buildings belong service areas for those in need of comprehensive services and care for the Social Services Act.
PCS. 3. General older homes can be established as group homes, when the municipal council no later than when undertaking decides that the homes should be designed as individual or shared housing. Cohabitation must consist of at least five residential units. The local authority may in exceptional circumstances authorize the living community consists of at least 3 residential units.
PCS. 4. The provisions of paragraphs. 1 pt. 7, 8 and 10 shall apply mutatis mutandis by relabeling the general senior housing group homes.
PCS. 5. The municipal council may decide that housing for the elderly in the future provided as general senior housing group homes.
PCS. 6. Service areas are areas used for the care and service functions normally will not take place in a separate housing and arranged in direct connection with housing for the elderly or senior residences belonging to an independent institution, with a view primarily to serve the residents of these homes.
purpose
§ 6. A public housing organization's main purpose is to build, rent, manage, maintain and modernize public housing with common facilities and other dwellings with associated communal facilities, which receive or have received public assistance under this Act, after previous laws on housing, according to the former Act on housing for the elderly and persons with disabilities, and after byggestøtte- and student support legislation, or which are subject to these laws. For the main purpose is considered further sales of family homes under Part 5 a.
PCS. 2. The housing organization may also carry out activities that have a natural connection to the houses and the administration of these, or is based on the knowledge that the housing organization has accumulated through its activities.
§ 7. Housing organization's management must ensure the sound operation of the housing organization and its departments. Operation shall be organized by rational methods of administration and management costs to be sought kept to the lowest possible level.
PCS. 2. In the management must occupants interests and the housing organization and the departments' affairs shall be the best possible.
§ 8. Sum of the housing organization's board of directors remuneration for its work, remuneration approved by the municipal council.
Organisation
§ 9. A housing organization, including a general manager organization can be organized as a cooperative organization or a non-profit housing organization. A social housing can also be organized as a cooperative that aims to manage the building, which is covered by this Act, the previous laws on housing, the former Act on Housing for the elderly and persons with disabilities or built with the support after byggestøtte- or student support legislation. A generally cooperative may also undertake to build public housing for the transfer in accordance with § 116 paragraph. 2. A non-profit housing with paid guarantee capital (guarantee company), which was approved as a non-profit housing before May 22, 1986, retain the right to this form of organization.
PCS. 2. A general cooperative organization can also be created under the rules of Urban Renewal Act or the Act on Urban Renewal and Housing Improvement and approved in accordance with this Act.

§ 10. In a general cooperative organization and in a generally cooperative's members association's highest authority and exercise that authority through the General Assembly or an elected Representatives.
PCS. 2. In a non-profit social housing and in a general guarantee organization is the housing organization's supreme authority of an elected Governor.
PCS. 3. In an independent institution, the Board is the ultimate authority.
§ 11. Representatives in a general cooperative organization in an independent housing organization and a general guarantee organization consists of the housing organization's board of directors and at least one representative of each department. Representatives for a general manager organization and in a generally cooperative consists, however, of the housing organization's board of directors and at least one representative of residents from each of the subsidiary organizations and the managed organizations board.
PCS. 2. If not selected department board in departments with at least half of the homes in the housing organization, has a Tenant's association same access to participate in the Board as the other branch boards if at least 25 per cent. of all home makers are members of the association. Meets several associations condition, the right of the union with the most members among the residents.
§ 12. A public housing organization's articles of association shall provide for:



1) Housing Organisation name and registered office.
2) Housing organization's capital structure.
3) Notice of Annual General Meeting or representatives.
4) What matters to be considered at the Annual General Meeting or the Board of Representatives.
5) Housing organization management.
6) The number of board members and board composition.
7) Subscription for the housing organization.
8) Election of the estate committee and its activities.
9) Housing organization's fiscal year.
10) Election of auditor.


PCS. 2. Articles of Association of a guarantee organization must also provide for the holding of guarantor Assembly and call them.
PCS. 3. Welfare Minister prepares normal statutes of housing associations. The provisions of the standard articles of association shall apply unless otherwise provided in the housing organization's statutes.
PCS. 4. The statutes shall not deviate from the statutory rules on social housing associations or any rules, set by the Minister for Social Welfare under the law. Statutory Provisions that attaches residents less rights to employee involvement than in accordance with this Law, regulations issued pursuant thereto or after the normal statute, drawn up for a social housing as such, are invalid.
PCS. 5. A copy of the housing organization's statutes are sent to the local council, who shall ensure that the statutes comply with the law on social housing organizations or rules laid down in pursuance thereof. The municipal council will present statutes for public review.
§ 13. If the supreme authority decides, the local council may appoint one or more members of a social housing organization's board referred to. However, § 14
PCS. 2. A member of the municipal council can see. However, § 14, in addition to being a member of a housing organization's board of directors whose



1) such as housing takes is elected by residents' representatives in the supreme authority or
2) the statute permits.


§ 14. As a member of a social housing organization's board of directors can not be elected or appointed as follows:



1) The mayor of the Supervisor municipality
2) alderman for the magistrate department with the supervision of the housing associations are shelved
3) The chairman of the committee to which the supervision of social housing organizations in the municipality are shelved or
4) employed in the part of local government, exercising supervision of the housing associations in the municipality.


§ 15. An approved social housing can not be dissolved unless the Minister of Welfare communicate consent. Have housing organization no properties or happens resolution in connection with the sale of the housing organization's property to another social housing, the local council, however, grant consent.
PCS. 2. Property Organisation's supreme authority resolves to dissolve. The proposal shall be notwithstanding any statutory provisions not submitted to the department meeting for approval.

§ 16. A department of a housing association is financially independent of other departments and the housing organization. Each building will have to be a special section of the housing organization. Each department must have the deed to the property.
PCS. 2. The requirement of paragraph. 1, point 2., May be waived by the application and extension of housing to existing services when cadastral division or condominium division can not take place, see. § 115 paragraph. 1. When arranging unused attics or by surface mounting of additional floors to housing organization decide not to condominium breakdown by law on condominiums § 10 paragraph. 6
PCS. 3. General youth or elderly housing owned by a private foundation, constitute an independent economic entity that can only be overburdened and obligation of matters relating to the youth or senior housing, which the undertaking relates.
PCS. 4th § 16 paragraph. 1, point 2. Shall not apply to clients that are not general, see. § 116 paragraph. 2. The transfer to a social housing in accordance with § 116 paragraph. 2 happening transfer to a special department.
Conflicts
§ 17. If a member of the organizing board, department, board, manager or a salaried manager or management of, or otherwise has a close financial ties to construction outside of the housing organization, it shall be reported to the local council. This may immediately or ban that the relationship continues.
PCS. 2. If the persons referred to in paragraph. 1, their close relatives or other related leadership or management of, or otherwise has a close connection with a person, company, association or other private legal person, the housing organization's agreements with these persons or companies etc. in legal matters on grundsalg or contractors, suppliers, architects, legal services and similar activities approved by the municipal council.
PCS. 3. At the close relatives mean spouses, registered partners, related by blood or marriage in the ascending or descending line or sidelines as close as cousins. In other related purposes cohabiting partners, their children, foster children and the like.
§ 18. A member of the housing board, department, board, manager or an officer shall not participate in the consideration of cases in which the victim or others, which he by kinship or otherwise closely associated with, has a special interest.
Capital
§ 19. General housing associations and general manager organizations can build a working capital. The municipal council may set a maximum for working capital.
§ 20. In a reserve fund in housing organization included:



1) Special contributions from departments.
2) Surplus on a Fund's operation.
3) Profit on housing organization's operations to the extent that the surplus exceeds the municipal fixed maximum for the housing organization's working capital referred to. § 19.
4) Cash generated in connection with udamortiserede priorities in housing organization departments when funds are not simultaneously subject to no. 6 or 7.
5) Cash generated in connection with mortgaging or selling of housing its management, property or the net proceeds from the housing organization's new loans in accordance with § 24
6) Cash and cash equivalents, obtained in connection with the borrower's payment referred to. § 129, exceeds the payments on the loan, see. § 118, paragraph. 3 to 35 years after taking out the loan.
7) Cash and cash equivalents, obtained in connection with the borrower's payment referred to. § 129, starting from the 36th year after borrowing.
8) Cash generated in connection with the borrower's payment on the loans referred to in § 91 paragraph. 1, as well as on loans according to § 91 paragraph. 1, after a conversion is regulated by § 179 paragraph. 5.



PCS. 2. Disposition fund is used to meet losses in housing organization or its sections operation, the housing organization but only in extraordinary loss for securing the housing organization's continued operations, for the financing of new housing, in special cases, to reduce the rent for the housing organization's departments, alignment, repair, maintenance, improvement, modification, aggregation of apartments and environment improvement in the housing organization's departments, to the enhancing of social life and networks in housing organization's departments, see. § 37 and § 92 paragraph. 2, in releasing redemption clauses and in some cases to finance computer equipment and office building for the housing organization. Furthermore, the reserve fund is used to redeem the guarantee certificates in general warranty organizations.
PCS. 3. To the extent that the reserve fund is used to provide support for loans, see. § 118, paragraph. 3, 3rd clause., Admitted to finance a fund's expenses for restoration, repair, maintenance, improvement, modification, aggregation of apartments and environment improvement, the municipal council may provide warranty. The guarantee is calculated in accordance with § 127, 2nd-4th section.
PCS. 4. The housing association to cover a fund's expenses for losses caused by vacant homes that are not covered by a municipal guarantee, the assets of the reserve fund. The local authority may in special cases approve those costs do not fully covered by the reserve fund if the housing organization's financial situation make this necessary.
§ 21. In a building fund in housing organization included:



1) Savings by installments, etc. on the funds' priority unless the property's purchase price exceeds the public valuation.
2) Savings by installments on loans to finance the extensions, modernizations and improvements if those at the time of the extension, modernization or improvement could have been mortgaged on the same terms that apply to new construction.


§ 22. A departmental funds can through the housing organization lent to apply for the housing organization's other public departments, see. However paragraph. 2. The housing organization must vouch for that which is beyond doubt good security for the funds and that they can be released at short notice. Landsbyggefonden warrants in addition to losses on the loan, see. § 88.
PCS. 2. Loans may not happen for departments with accumulated operating losses caused by letting difficulties or departments where rental difficulties are expected. For other departments with accumulated operating deficit in excess of 1 month's gross rental income, the loans only with the municipal council's consent.
PCS. 3. Paragraph. 1 and 2 apply mutatis mutandis to loans made by a housing through a manager organization to its other general subsidiary organizations.
§ 23. If the housing organization cash, the welfare minister give the board instructed to apply them in accordance with current regulations. -Compliance with such a direction, the welfare minister demand that funds deposited in an account in the National Building Fund.
§ 24. The Minister for Social Welfare may allow the housing organization borrowings secured prior to the state or state-guaranteed loans in the housing organization's old chambers in order to finance new construction. Such loans may, however, the department is not recorded with the amount greater than the difference between the outstanding debt on the property and the property value under the Act on the assessment of the country's real property after deduction of an amount equal to the residents' deposits.
§ 25. Accounting for the housing organization and its departments and audit of accounts must be done according to rules set by the Minister for Social Welfare. Welfare Minister may determine that the accounting information submitted on the information medium. Welfare Minister may require financial statements attached copies of the auditor's report on the review submitted for review. Accounting for municipal and regional-owned housing for the elderly done according to rules laid down by the respective municipal council and the regional council.
PCS. 2. The audit carried out by a chartered or certified accountant. The auditor's remarks shall be recorded in an audit. For municipally owned housing for the elderly except those in the Local Government Act established rules for the audit of municipal business. For regionally owned housing for the elderly, the rules for revision of the regional business, as set out in Law on Regions and Abolition of Counties, the Greater Copenhagen Authority and the Copenhagen Hospital Corporation.

PCS. 3. A copy of the financial statements submitted to the local council for critical review and to the National Building Fund.
PCS. 4 pcs. 1 and 2 apply mutatis mutandis to self-governing general youth and senior housing institutions. Independent general youth and senior housing institutions submit a copy of the accounts to the local council for critical review. Welfare Minister may establish rules in an order for registration of the institutions' financial information.
The acquisition, change, mortgage issuance and sale
§ 26. Acquisition of property can only be done with the local council approval. If the local council does not approve the acquisition, give the housing organization communication within 6 weeks from receipt of the housing organization's application. The municipal brands in the approval of residential buildings homes as social housing, public youth housing or housing for the elderly.
PCS. 2. Housing associations can not acquire a property or constructing buildings on a property with no surrender.
§ 27. Disposal of a social housing organization's property must be approved by the municipal council, cf.. However paragraph. 2. This does not apply to properties that are built by social housing organizations for the transfer in accordance with § 116 paragraph. 2 or unsubsidised cooperative housing under the provisions of Chapter 11 b. Disposal of housing that is provided with special emphasis on serving people with significant and permanent physical or mental impairment must be approved by the municipal council. If housing included in Point 3. available to other municipalities under a framework agreement in accordance with § 185 b paragraph. 4, the sale also approved by the municipal council in the municipalities concerned.
PCS. 2. If the property includes public housing, the disposal also approved by the Minister for Social Welfare, unless the disposal occurs within the same housing, to a branch in a social housing organization, into an independent public institution or in accordance with § 116 paragraph. 2.
PCS. 3. Disposal must be based on an assessment where the property's condition and price conditions at the time of transfer must be rejected. In addition, the assessment is made under the Act on the assessment of the country's real property, see. However paragraph. 5 and § 116 paragraph. 3.
PCS. 4. If the sale to a municipality or a region deemed the property of the assessment authority. The transfer amount must be converted into cash value not be lower than that of assessment authority employees value. Assessment Authority employment can of the buyer and the seller appealed in accordance with the rules laid down in the tax Government Act. Upon the sale of public housing for use as housing for the elderly can transfer price is fixed at deposit loans. Announced aid commitments transferred, and state guarantees, local and regional guarantees and all regarantier remain valid.
PCS. 5. On disposal of a public housing organization's property to another department within the same housing, to a branch in a social housing or to an independent public institution can transfer price determined for deposit loans. Announced aid commitments transferred, and state guarantees, local and regional guarantees and all regarantier remain valid. Failing alienation of property for the construction of new buildings with the support by § 115 or § 117, and included the property value of the acquisition price, fixed transfer price, however, after paragraph. 3. In case of disposal for a refit with support by the 3rd section. those provisions and included the property value in the purchase price, can transfer price is set at a value corresponding to the last general assessment, reassessment in accordance with § 3 or § 4-assessment under the Assessment of the country's real estate. 1st and 2nd clauses. apply correspondingly to the transfer of municipal and regional housing for the elderly to a department in a social housing or to an independent public institution. However paragraph. 6
PCS. 6. On disposal of municipal and regional housing for the elderly to a department in a social housing or to a private education institution can transfer sum fixed at an amount equal to the outstanding debt on loans taken in the municipality of credit to finance the purchase price as set. §§ 118- 119th Are performed works related to housing, which has led to rent increases, added to the acquisition price an amount equal to the outstanding debt, if the work had been financed with loans of a type that is normal for that work.

PCS. 7. In notifying the registration of a document on disposal of a property belonging to a social housing, the document must be accompanied by a consent pursuant to paragraph. 1 and, optionally paragraph. 2. If consent is not available, put the judge in accordance with the rules of the Land Registration Act a deadline for obtaining consent.
PCS. 8 pcs. 1-3 and 7 shall not apply to sales under Part 5 a.
§ 28. Significant change of a property belonging to a social housing can only happen with municipal approval. Approval of the abandonment of housing must only be given if killing is deemed necessary for a comprehensive assessment of the interests of the people seeking housing and the background of killing. Where observations are proposals for significant change of social housing organization's property on an owner association's general meeting, the housing organization's board only vote for change after prior approval by the local council.
PCS. 2. The demolition of a property belonging to a social housing, the provisions of § 27 paragraph. 1, mutatis mutandis. If the property includes public housing, the demolition also be approved by the Minister of Welfare.
PCS. 3. local council reports alienation and change of properties, including the abandonment of housing, which does state or state-guaranteed loans, or which receive state operating aid for the economy.
PCS. 4. Finance Agency determines whether the conditions for aid was changed so that the whole or partial lapse of the future, whether the collateral may remain deposits, as well as whether and to what extent the net proceeds to be paid as an extraordinary repayment of government loans, government guaranteed loans or senior loan .
PCS. 5 pieces. 3 and 4 shall not apply to sales under Part 5 a. Paragraph. 4 shall apply, mutatis mutandis for the sale proceeds payable to the department according to § 75 m paragraph. 3, last point., As a member of the homeowner.
§ 29. Issue of mortgages, including in connection with conversion or reorientation, in a property belonging to a social housing can only happen with municipal approval. Exceptions are however mortgages to Landsbyggefonden and mortgages issued in connection with:



1) Acquisition of property.
2) Inclusion of construction loans.
3) Finally, the priority of newly built properties.
4) Conversion of loans referred to in § 179 paragraph. 1, where the issue of mortgages can only be done with the welfare minister.


PCS. 2. The municipal council or regional council issuing mortgages in local or regional housing for the elderly.
PCS. 3. When a notification for registration of a mortgage on a property belonging to a social housing, the document must include information about the existence of approval pursuant to paragraph. 1 or statement that approval is unnecessary, see. Paragraph. 1, Nos. 1-4. If approval or statement is not available, put the judge in accordance with the rules of the Land Registration Act a deadline for obtaining approval or declaration.
PCS. 4. General housing associations can only borrow to finance land acquisition for the purpose of settlement, subject to commitments guarantee from a municipality or other equally safe guarantee, for example. from a bank or insurance company, so that the acquisition can not cause the organization or its housing makers losses.
§ 30. Property, which is housing for the elderly should be offered the respective municipality or region, whose homes are provided in particular in order to serve people with significant and permanent physical or mental impairment before they are disposed of to others, unless the disposal occurs within same housing or to another social housing.
PCS. 2. Offer The obligation applies when a property or part thereof is transferred by sale or exchange of property.
PCS. 3. Offers obligation must be respected by holders of other property rights, regardless of when these rights are founded.
PCS. 4. Offer in accordance with paragraph. 1 and 2 indicate the selling price, the cash payment and other conditions which must be of such content that they can be met by the municipality. The acceptance period must be at least 8 weeks. § 27 paragraph. 4, on assessment, etc., shall apply.
PCS. 5. Will the owner's offer is not accepted, the property can be transferred to other sales on the terms offered or exchange of property if the deed notified for registration no later than 1 year after the offer to the municipality or region.

PCS. 6. When forced auction of a property that is subject to the duty to offer, the enforcement court convene the municipal council or regional council, see. Procedure Code § 564. The same applies if held preparatory meeting for the Administration of Justice § 563.
PCS. 7. Rules for registration of documents on the transfer of the property on which there is a mandatory bid, determined by the Minister of Justice.
§ 30 a. From 36 years after the recording of mortgages in housing for the elderly owned by a private institution, a municipality or a region, and in general youth housing owned by a private institution that has been granted pledges of support after 31. december 1998 should be 1/3 of the cash generated in connection with the borrower's payment referred to. § 129, used in accordance with § 20 paragraph. 2-4, or rules stipulated under § 32.
PCS. 2. In subsidized senior housing owned by a private institution, a municipality or a region that has been granted aid commitments before 1 January 1999 shall be 1/3 of the cash after Jan. 1, 2008 appear related with udamortiserede priorities used in accordance with § 20 paragraph. 2-4, or rules stipulated under § 32.
PCS. 3. The independent senior housing, student housing and public housing, where pledges of support for former housing laws, former construction support laws, the former kollegiestøttelov or former ældreboliglov was issued before 1 January 1997 and which are not converted to public housing, the cash that after 1 January 2000, in association with udamortiserede priorities used in accordance with § 20 paragraph. 2-4, or rules stipulated under § 32.
§ 31. The provisions of § 28 para. 3 and 4 apply mutatis mutandis to municipal and regional housing for the elderly.
PCS. 2. The provisions of §§ 6-8, § 12 paragraph. 1 and 3-5, §§ 13-15, 17 and 18, § 23, first paragraph., § 26 paragraph. 1, and §§ 27-29 apply mutatis mutandis to self-governing general youth and senior housing. In addition, the provisions of § 30 also apply to non-profit housing for the elderly. The provision in § 23, section 1. Correspondingly apply for in § 30 a paragraph. 3, referred to independent senior housing, student housing and public housing.
§ 32. Welfare Minister may lay down rules on the in §§ 1, 2, 6-11, 13, 14, 16, 19-23 and 28-30 a hereof.
Chapter 2
Resident Democracy
§ 33. In a social housing choosing housing organization's supreme authority all or the majority of the Board members. At least half must be residents of the housing organization. The manager organizations and cooperatives must be at least half be residents of daughter organizations and the managed organizations' boards. In a general guarantee organization, including a general manager organization approved as a guarantee organization chooses guarantor Assembly one or more members to the housing organization's board of directors. In addition, board members elected in accordance with the housing organization's statutes.
PCS. 2. Members of a social housing organization's board of directors are elected for a maximum of 2 years at a time. Re-election may take place. The Board shall consist of an odd number of members. A board member may at any time be removed by the person who is elected or appointed that person. For municipal council members appointed by the regulations of the Local Government Act apply.
PCS. 3. The independent senior housing institutions choose department board the majority of the Board members. At least half must be residents of the self-governing institution. However paragraph. 4. In addition, the elected board members in accordance with the independent institution statutes. Minister for Social Welfare, however, on the recommendation of the municipal council in the municipality where the independent housing for the elderly is intended to be established, in exceptional cases, quite exceptionally able to determine that the residents can only select a number corresponding to less than half of the members of the institution's board of directors whose charter , statute or similar, on 25 april 1996, applicable to the organization that takes the initiative to create an independent institution, is to prevent residents appoint the majority of board members.

PCS. 4. In housing associations and private institutions, made entirely of older dwellings occupied by weak and dependent residents, the municipal council or regional council decide that the residents' representatives in the housing organization's board of directors appointed by the local or regional council among residents, relatives or others who might safeguard residents' interests. Similarly applies when an independent institution not selected department board or department board has resigned, without a new department board is elected.
PCS. 5. independent public youth institutions choose the residents, the municipal council in the municipality where youth housing is located, and local educational institutions management a third each of the members to the board. At least a third must be residents of the private institution.
§ 34. Boligtagerne in public housing department can at a departmental select a department board to exercise influence. Chamber Board of Directors shall consist of an odd number of members. For department meeting convened all home makers and the housing organization's board of directors. Property Organization Board may authorize others to attend the meeting. A departmental meeting may decide that a seated area board or any department directors dismissed before expiration of the period.
PCS. 2. A departmental be a majority of the voting members decide that a tenant or resident association board is department board if a majority of boligtagerne is connected to the union, and if the corporation has members who live in the department. A recent departmental meeting may decide that the new be elected Chamber Board in accordance with paragraph. 1, 1st-3rd section.
PCS. 3. There shall not be assigned department board remuneration for its activities.
PCS. 4. Is there a department not selected department board, or have an estate committee resigned without new department board is elected, responsible for the housing organization's board of directors the functions assigned to the department board.
PCS. 5. A departmental meeting may decide to delegate the Department Board and Department meeting's competence in a number of areas to one or more community groups.
PCS. 6. Rules for the election of the Chamber's Board of Directors and its activities provided by the statutes.
§ 35. Section Board approves the operating budget and financial statements of the department.
§ 36. Section Board shall submit the operating budget for the department meeting for approval. Approval shall be by ballot among the department's housing-makers when such requests are submitted by the statutes, regulations required number of voting participants at the department meeting. The number statutes can not exceed determined to be 25 per cent. the attendance voting participants. Chamber meeting will decide on the annual accounts must be submitted to the department meeting for approval. Is the department board not selected, operating budget and financial statements submitted to the department meeting the housing organization's board of directors.
PCS. 2. Enhanced the property taxes levied on housing department, during the budget period, the submission of a revised operating budget be omitted. The same applies if imposed department new or increased charges for water, electricity, refuse or similar, according to rates fixed or approved by a public authority.
§ 37. The estate committee presents the overall framework for the implementation of works and activities in the department of department meeting for approval before they are implemented, see. However, § 41.
PCS. 2. Section meeting may decide on the introduction of preventive work aimed at housing and the individual residents with a view to strengthening the social life and networking in the residential area where the department meeting at the same time accede to the necessary increase in rent.
PCS. 3. Where a work or an activity rent increase that exceeds 15 per cent. of the current annual rent, should approval be by ballot among the department's housing-makers when such requests are submitted by the statutes, regulations required number of voting participants at the department meeting. The number statutes can not exceed determined to be 25 per cent. the attendance voting participants.
§ 37 a. Is the property in which the branch is located, divided into condominiums, acting housing organization's board of directors on the department's behalf at the owners' association general meeting.
PCS. 2. The Board shall act in accordance with Section meeting's decisions in matters related to the owners' association house rules.

PCS. 3. Within the organization of the owners' association general meeting must department board approve the Board's recommendation to vote for or against or to propose or amendments to



1) operating budget
2) financial statements
3) proposals that affect public expenditure, and
4) proposals to implement other works or activities in the property.


PCS. Section 4 The meeting may decide that the department board must submit to the Board options for the department meeting for approval. Approval shall be by ballot among the department's housing-makers when such requests are submitted by 25 per cent. the attendance voting participants.
PCS. 5. Reports municipal notice under § 41, the Board without the consent of the department search in § 41 the works implemented in the owners' association.
PCS. 6. Is the property in which the branch is located, covered by a homeowners' association, acting housing organization's board of directors on the department's behalf at the Landowners meeting. The housing association and the Chamber decides together how the department will have influence on the decisions taken at the Landowners meeting.
PCS. 7. The Board shall refer any disputes between the board and the department board or department meeting, see. Paragraph. 3, 4 and 6, for the local council. The local council's decision can not be appealed to any other administrative authority.
§ 37 b. Department meeting to decide on the implementation of certain improvements to the premises by the tenant's wish and the implementation of such improvements of vacant properties. The improvements financed with annuity loans with a maximum maturity of 20 years. Chamber meeting may set specific limits for individual tenants access to improved its housing, including maximum amounts for the acquisition costs of each improvement works. The housing association approves department meeting's decisions.
PCS. 2. Property Organization Board shall refer any disagreements between the housing association and the department meeting on department meeting's decisions under subsection. 1 for the local council, which takes the final administrative decision.
PCS. 3 pieces. 1 does not include white goods.
§ 38. (Repealed)
§ 39. Section Board shall ensure that there is good order in the department. The estate committee must be informed of management's appointment and dismissal of caretakers. Chamber board may be present at the in § 154 referred to inspection and shall be informed of the report drawn up on the basis of the inspection.
§ 40. Section meeting establishes house rules for the department.
PCS. 2. Is the department covered by an owners association established by the decor of unused attics or by surface mounting of additional floors under the Act on condominiums § 10 paragraph. 3 or 6, set the house rules of the owners' association. The same applies if the fund is subject to an owners established the sale by chapter 5 a.
§ 41. If the municipal communicate orders to this effect, the housing organization's board of directors without the consent of the Chamber's Board of Directors and departmental undertake maintenance work and renovations, reasonable modernization and improvement work, collective facilities, exceptional renovation and repair of damage to buildings and implementation of structural changes, etc. according to § 91 paragraph. 1.
§ 42. Property Organization Board shall refer any disputes between the board and the department board or department meeting on the operating budget and financial statements of the municipal council, which shall take the final administrative decision.
§ 43. The provisions of § 34 paragraph. 1-3, 5 and 6, §§ 35-40 apply mutatis mutandis to municipal and regional housing for the elderly, which is owned by a municipality or region.
PCS. 2. The provisions of § 33 paragraph. 2 and §§ 34-42 apply mutatis mutandis to self-governing general youth and senior housing. The provision of § 33 paragraph. 2, 3. section. Shall not apply to independent general student housing.
§ 44. Welfare Minister may lay down rules on the in §§ 33-42 hereof.
Chapter 3
Rent determination etc.
§ 45. The total rent for a departmental homes and premises determined under the provisions of Chapter 3 of the Act on the rental of public housing so that it always gives the department the opportunity of its income to meet the costs associated with the operation, including the prescribed contributions and reserves.

PCS. 2. Determination of the amount of rent at the conclusion of the lease and the rent control during the tenancy of premises used exclusively for non-residential, is governed by the Act on the rental of commercial premises, etc.
§ 45 a. Taking over tenants as a non-cooperative organization under the rules on mandatory bid law on the reorganization, Act on Urban Renewal and Housing Improvement or Urban Renewal Act a property with no surrender, the department must transfer sufficient funds for redeeming clause.
§§ 46-47. (Repealed)
§ 48. Failure housing makers in a department as part of a concerted approach to pay overdue rent (property tax) or other payments due for the lease, the housing organization's management take such measures as deemed necessary to ensure sound financial management of the department.
PCS. 2. If boligtageres non-payment of overdue benefits under paragraph. 1 brings a department in severe liquidity difficulties, the housing organization's management report this to the Minister of Welfare and the local council and disclose the amount of the benefit owed by each dwelling takes. Property Organization reporting must be accompanied by adequate material for the illumination of the department's financial situation.
PCS. 3. If the Minister of Welfare estimates that a relationship referred to in paragraph. 1 implies a clear risk that the department will not be able to continue as subsidized housing, or that could result in economic losses for the state and municipalities, the state takes over the department's claims against the individual housing makers and deposit the same time to the department an amount corresponding to the services caused by boligtagerne.
PCS. 4. The claims, the state has taken in accordance with paragraph. 3, can plus interest and fees for not timely paid the rent recovered by the rules of the Withholding Tax Act §§ 72 and 73. The coupon rate is the interest rate set in accordance with § 5, paragraph. 1 and 2 of the Interest Act, and is calculated from the time when the state takes over the debts. The fee payable to the housing organization or department, constitutes for each month's rent, etc. 50 kr. Plus 2 per cent. of the amount due out of 1,000 kr. The recovery, including withholding order in salary, etc., must be made by the arrears collection authority when welfare minister requests.
PCS. 5. Have boligtageres non-payment of overdue benefits under paragraph. 1 suffered housing organization or department additional expenses that are not fully covered by it in paragraph. 4, the fee is paid the cost of these home-makers.
PCS. 6. Receives a home takes support in the form of grants, student loans or government-guaranteed loans under the Act on State Education, the Minister of Welfare impose Agency for State Education to transfer the prescribed portion of overdue installments of granted scholarship or loan to a separate collection account with a bank or a current account, as Minister of welfare Authority. When granting government guarantees for loans to the Minister of Welfare in advance to the state guarantee endorsement that the lending bank after the welfare minister's determination to transfer the amount due to one of the accounts listed. Minister for Social Welfare has deposited in the account, which is used to cover the Treasury's claims under subsection. 4. Remaining amount is transferred to the uddanelsessøgendes account with his bank. PCS. 4 and 5 shall apply mutatis mutandis. When sending it if training accesses welfare minister's account, objected to the provision for expenditure, the question of enforcement court by order. The posting exposed not by matter being referred to the enforcement court.
PCS. 7. arrears collection authority may waive requirements under paragraph. 4 under the rules of the Collection Act.
PCS. 8. The rules in paragraphs. 2-6 also applies to persons as part of a concerted approach uses housing without rental agreement and not on demand from the social housing pay for the use by an amount equal to the applicable rental and other services.
§ 49. The provisions of § 45 and § 48 paragraph. 1-5, 7 and 8 shall apply mutatis mutandis on housing for the elderly, which is owned by an independent institution, a municipality or a region. The provisions of § 45 and § 48 apply mutatis mutandis to general youth housing, which is owned by a private foundation.
§ 50. Welfare Minister may lay down rules on the in §§ 45 and 45 a obtains, including the nature and extent of the expenses that may be included in determining the rent.
Chapter 4
Rental and instruction, etc.
social housing

§ 51. Available social housing need of the social housing assigned to property seekers who are on a waiting list, and in need of public housing in question. The housing association will charge fees to people seeking housing for administration of the waiting list. Vacant social housing can also be assigned by the municipal council in accordance with § 59 and the housing organization in accordance with paragraph. 2-6 and § 60.
PCS. 2. The social housing can rent social housing to the municipal council or regional council for the establishment of group homes for tenants with special social needs, see. Chapter 4 of the Act on Housing Subsidies. The residents' rights of involvement, see. Chapters 2, carried on by cohabitation are.
PCS. 3. The housing association can also with municipal approval renting social housing for the type of group homes, as referred to in paragraph. 2. The rules of § 59 paragraph. 1, 3-5. section. whether the municipality's payment of rent and guarantee of the provision of housing's obligations to the company to renovate the property upon vacating apply mutatis mutandis.
PCS. 4. The housing association can after the local Board of Directors provide family housing, as in the commitment to public support previously reserved (conditional for) the elderly and persons with disabilities or with public support for the Social Assistance Act is equipped especially for this group, the elderly and people with disabilities.
PCS. 5. The social housing can rent social housing to other house hunters, if they can not be rented to house-hunting in the second paragraph. 1 mentioned the waiting list.
PCS. 6. The social housing organization may enter into an agreement with the local council to lease social housing need temporary resettlement in the implementation of urban renewal, see. Urban Renewal Act or the Act on Urban Renewal and Housing Improvement. The local authority pays an amount equal to the rent for the housing, which is used for temporary resettlement. At lease termination, the property returned in the same condition as when contracts are signed.
§ 51 a. General family housing, which arranged as group homes, to be leased to property seekers who need housing in question. The municipal council and the housing organization included at least simultaneously with the commitment by § 115 agreement on how the letting to take place.
PCS. 2. Deciding the local council, to public housing, see. § 3, paragraph. 3, continue to be labeled as general family residential group homes, the local council and the housing organization no later than when relabelling agree on how the letting to take place.
PCS. 3. Deciding the municipal council, cf.. § 3, paragraph. 4, to social housing in future be rented as general family residential group homes, the local council and the housing organization no later than simultaneously with the decision to agree on how the letting to take place.
§ 51 b. The local council may decide that the housing organization to the letting of social housing in departments located in areas with a high proportion of people outside the labor market must reject applicants on the waiting list who do not already have a home in the department when seeking housing and possible spouse in 6 consecutive calendar months have received cash or start assistance under the Act on active social Policy or introduction benefit under the Act on integration of foreigners in Denmark. With spouses assimilated other persons who for at least 2 years have been cohabiting with the property seekers. Local council reports decisions under the 1st clause. welfare minister.
PCS. 2. 6-month period referred to in paragraph. 1 individually calculated for both the property seekers and possible spouse or partner from the first full calendar month in which the person is entitled to receive cash benefits, start help or introduction. The period is interrupted if the person on a full calendar month not received cash benefits, start help or introduction. § 25 paragraph. 9 and 10 of the Act on Active Social Policy shall apply mutatis mutandis.
PCS. 3. In areas with a high proportion of people outside the labor market mean physically coherent general wards where



1) at least 50 per cent. of residents aged 18 and above in at least one of the departments in the region are outside the labor
2) who live at least 1,200 residents in the departments together and
3) at least 40 per cent. of residents aged 18 and above in departments together are inactive.



PCS. 4. In areas with a high proportion of people outside the labor market means also physically coherent general wards where



1) who live at least 5,000 residents in the departments together and
2) at least 30 per cent. of residents aged 18 and above in departments together are inactive.


PCS. 5. Welfare Minister shall calculate and publish the areas that comply with paragraph. 2 and 3.
PCS. 6. Welfare Minister may at the request of the local council and the housing organization approve departments with mutually geographical links regarded as an area even if the departments are not physically connected when the conditions in paragraphs. 3, Nos. 1-3 are met.
PCS. 7. The local authority shall, each rental, the property seekers do not receive the services referred to in paragraph. 1 and communicate this to the housing organization. Can the home is not rented to other applicants on the waiting list, rented property, however, out to house hunters set out in paragraph. 1.
PCS. 8. The local authority must provide a suitable alternative accommodation for property seekers who have been rejected by paragraph. 1, and is registered as seeking housing in the housing organization by the date of the municipal council's decision that the housing organization must reject property seekers after paragraph. 1. The authorization shall, where possible within 6 months after the date on which the property seekers receive notification of rejection. A suitable accommodation has either a room more than the number of household members or same rumantal as the accommodation the accommodation seeker is refused, unless the accommodation would have been inhabited by more than two persons per night. living space.
PCS. 9. Every 5 years the municipal evaluation of the composition of residents in the area in order to assess whether there still must be rejected in the paragraph. 1 shall seeking housing. Welfare Minister may require that the local council withdraw its decision when there is any significant improvement in the mix of residents.
General youth housing
§ 52. Available general youth housing need of the social housing assigned to young students and other young people with special needs therefore (the persons entitled). Available general youth housing can also be assigned by the municipal council in accordance with § 59 paragraph. 3.
PCS. 2. The local council may, by agreement with the social housing determine that there may be common prescription for the homes in the municipality mentioned in paragraph. 1. How procurement activity can be created common to several municipalities and can be coordinated with other activities aimed at providing housing for young people.
PCS. 3. The social housing to rent public housing youth to other house hunters, if they can not be let to the persons entitled. For unemployment to be the residences again sought leased to the persons entitled.
PCS. 4. The social housing to the municipal board approval rent general youth homes as social housing or housing for the elderly. It is a condition that generally there is demand for such housing from the persons entitled. The local council may decide that the housing again be leased as general youth housing.
§ 53. The board of the social housing to ensure that the general youth housing continuously inhabited by the eligible persons, including study active learners.
PCS. 2. Termination of a tenant of a universal youth must follow the rules in Chapter 14 of the Rent Act of subsidized housing.
PCS. 3. In the event of exposure to a termination according to § 85 paragraph. 2, point 2., The Rent Act of subsidized housing will void any youth contributions not. Failing exposure according to § 85 paragraph. 2, Point 3. Of that law lapses such a contribution.
§ 53 a. The provisions of § 52 paragraph. 1-3 and § 53 apply mutatis mutandis to general youth housing, which is owned by a private foundation. Common instruction according to § 52 paragraph. 2 may be made only after the local Board of Directors.
Housing for the elderly

§ 54. General older homes that are owned by a social housing must be rented to elderly and disabled people who have a special need for such housing. The local council may decide that homes must be rented to others seeking housing if the housing can not be rented to persons entitled. For unemployment to be the residences again sought leased to the persons entitled. The municipal council exerts told the court. The municipality, which according to § 115 paragraph. 3, have pledged support for the rebuilding of a nursing home in another municipality for housing for the elderly, exercise binding instructions for these older homes.
PCS. 2. General older homes that are designed to serve persons with significant and permanent physical or mental impairment must be of the social housing rented to people in this category. The local council may decide that homes must be rented to the persons mentioned in paragraph. 1, point 1. If the houses can not be rented out to the persons mentioned in the first section. The municipal council exerts told law referred to. However, § 185 b paragraph. 4.
PCS. 3. General older homes that are arranged as group homes, in addition to the persons entitled referred. Paragraphs. 1 and 2 are rented to people who are related to or have a special attachment to the persons entitled. However, it is a prerequisite that the living community is essentially rented to persons entitled.
PCS. 4. The local authority pays the rent (property tax) from the date on which the vacant accommodation is available for the local council, and until the rental occurs. The municipality also guarantees for housing's contractual obligations to the property owner to renovate the property upon vacating.
§ 54 a. The municipal council shall offer elderly people who have a special need for a care home, see. § 5, paragraph. 2, or for a place in a nursing home, see. § 192 of the Social Services Act, such a dwelling or place within 2 months of recording on a waiting list.
PCS. 2. The guarantee under paragraph. 1 does not apply if the elderly have selected a particular care home or a particular nursing home in accordance with § 58 a.
PCS. 3. Welfare Minister shall lay down rules for inclusion on a waiting list and deadlines for the offer of a care home or nursing home care.
§ 55. The municipal council may delegate to the social housing take charge of the instruction of the housing for the elderly referred to in § 54 paragraph. 1. The local authority may at any time revoke such authorization.
PCS. 2. arranged housing for the elderly as group homes, included the local council and the housing organization no later than when the commitment by § 115 agreement on how the instruction will take place.
PCS. 3. Deciding the local council, to public housing, see. § 5, paragraph. 4, come to be labeled as general senior housing communities, so the local council and the housing organization no later than when relabelling agree on how the instruction will take place.
PCS. 4. Should the municipal council, cf.. § 5, paragraph. 5, the housing for the elderly in the future must be assigned as general senior housing communities, so the local council and the housing organization no later than simultaneously with the decision to agree on how the instruction will take place.
PCS. 5. arranged housing for the elderly, including housing for the elderly to people with significant and permanent physical or mental impairment as group homes, the municipal council no later than when the commitment or decision relabeling decide how binding instructions to take place. Before the municipal council decides they should be under the Act on Legal Protection and Administration in the social field selected councils of elders or disability heard.
PCS. 6. The social housing to rent older residences to others seeking housing, if they can not be let to the persons entitled. For unemployment to be the residences again sought leased to the persons entitled.
PCS. 7. The social housing to the municipal board approval rent housing for the elderly as social housing or general youth housing. It is a condition that generally there is demand for such housing from the persons entitled. The local council may decide that the housing again be rented as housing for the elderly.
PCS. 8. The provisions of § 54 paragraph. 4, on the municipality's payment of rent and guarantee housing's contractual obligations to restore the property upon vacating does not apply where binding instructions are transferred to the social housing provided by paragraph. First

§ 56. General older homes can be municipal or regional council provision rented by the municipality or region and made available to people who need home as a temporary relief housing. Municipality or region will pay an amount equal to the rent for the housing, used as relief housing. At lease termination, the property returned in the same condition as when contracts are signed.
§ 57. Available housing for the elderly, which is owned by a municipality, hired by the municipality to older and disabled people who have a special need for such housing, see. § 54 paragraph. 1, point 1. The rules of § 54 paragraph. 1, 2nd-4th section., as well as in § 54 paragraph. 3 and 4 shall apply accordingly.
PCS. 2. Are older homes designed to serve persons with significant and permanent physical or mental impairment, see. § 54 paragraph. 2, rented dwellings of the municipality for these persons. The rules of § 54 paragraph. 1, 2 and 3 shall., As well as in § 54 paragraph. 3 and 4 shall apply accordingly.
PCS. 3. The municipal council exerts binding instructions to the homes that are referred to in paragraph. 2. For housing referred to in paragraph. 2, which is not established responsibility of the municipality shall be exercised binding instructions of the local council, which under a framework agreement in accordance with § 185 b paragraph. 4, have to dispose of the property. If the houses can not be rented to in paragraph. 2 of persons affected, the local rent them to the in § 54 paragraph. 1, point 1., Above persons, see. However, § 185 b paragraph. 4. The rules of § 54 paragraph. 4 shall apply mutatis mutandis.
§ 58. Available housing for the elderly, which is owned by a region rent by region for people with significant and permanent physical or mental impairment. The rules of § 54 paragraph. 2nd, 2nd and 3rd clauses., And § 54 paragraph. 3 and 4 shall apply accordingly.
Free choice of senior housing
§ 58 a. Older and disabled people who have a special need for housing for the elderly, see. § 5, municipal or regional housing and nursing homes and sheltered housing, cf.. §§ 108 and 192 of the Social Services Act, are entitled to free to choose such housing. Court after the first section. shall also apply to housing for Urban Renewal Act or the Act on Urban Renewal and Housing Improvement, which is specially adapted for the above persons, and housing for the former Act on Housing for the elderly and persons with disabilities.
PCS. 2. The right to free choice in accordance with paragraph. 1 applies irrespective of location of the property. It is a condition that the requirements according to §§ 54, 57 or 58 to be assigned a home is fulfilled in the municipality of residence and when moving to another municipality both in the municipality of residence and the receiving municipality. Relocation municipality's assessment must follow the same guidelines that apply to the local citizens.
PCS. 3. The right to free choice in accordance with paragraph. 1 include the right to a spouse, cohabitant or registered partner will still be part of the household. If a person wants a spouse, cohabitant or registered partner continue to be included in the household, the housing being offered, be suitable for 2 people. If the elderly or disabled person, see. Paragraph. 1 dies, the surviving partner the right to continue the tenancy.
§ 58 b. Older and disabled people who have a need for senior housing, nursing home care or sheltered accommodation are included in a waiting list in the municipality of residence or in the municipality where the requested accommodation is located. If he wishes inclusion on several waiting lists may be charged a fee for administration of the waiting list. Vacant homes are allocated by the local council, cf.. However, § 55, stk. 1, and the former § 143 e, see. Legislative Decree no. 857 of August 8, 2006, to the people who most need the housing and then to the people who for the longest time has been on the waiting list.
PCS. 2. The local authority may in exceptional circumstances and for the sake of being able to offer its own citizens an adequate accommodation facility decide that people who want to move to the municipality can not be recorded on a waiting list, unless they move



1) to maintain close contact with close relatives who live in the receiving municipality,
2) religious reasons to stay in such accommodation, the main purpose is that people with the same religious beliefs can be together
3) to be recorded in a living environment where there has arisen a special sign language environment for deaf or
4) to obtain a special housing intended for persons covered by the law on compensation for the occupation victims.



§ 58 c. Local council decisions on the assignment of vacant homes in accordance with §§ 54, 57, 58, 58 a and 58 b may be referred to, respectively, the social committee, as the municipality that made the decision belongs and Appeals Board. § 57 of the Law on Legal Protection and Administration in the social field as to whether Ankestyrelsen the case are used accordingly. Chapter 10 of the Law on Legal Protection and Administration in the social field shall apply mutatis mutandis.
§ 58 d. The rules of §§ 58a-58 c apply mutatis mutandis to unsubsidised private care homes, see. § 1. 5, of the Rent Act. It is a prerequisite for the right to free choice for the Rent owned and rented by a municipality or region that the requirements according to § 57 to be assigned a dwelling are met. It is a prerequisite for the right to free choice for a self-governing the Rent the conditions according to § 54 to be assigned a dwelling are met.
§ 58e. Welfare Minister may set further rules on the issues mentioned in §§ 58a-58 c. Welfare Minister may determine rules on the waiting list fee for administration of waiting lists and the production of information.
Municipal officer and certification schemes etc.
§ 59. The social housing should be for municipal provision silent until every four vacant general family accommodation available for the local council to solving urgent social housing problems in the municipality. The authorization is based on an assessment of the boligsøgendes needs and the mix of residents in the area, the property seekers assigned to or living on the order date. The municipality pays the rent (property tax) from the date on which the vacant accommodation is available for the local council, and until the rental occurs. The municipality also guarantees for housing's fulfillment of contractual obligations to the housing organization to renovate the property upon vacating. Changes municipality a decision to have a house that is not rented, the rent (housing tax) not paid beyond the date from which a denunciation would have had no effect.
PCS. 2. The housing organization can enter into an agreement with the local council to make available family homes available to the local council for solving urgent social housing problems in the municipality. The authorization is based on an assessment of the boligsøgendes needs and the mix of residents in the area, the property seekers assigned to or living on the order date. The rules in paragraphs. 1 on the municipality's payment of rent and guarantee of the provision of housing's obligation to restore the property upon vacating apply mutatis mutandis to an instruction that is subject to agreement by 1 point., And an instruction which, incidentally, carried out by the local council.
PCS. 3. The rules in paragraphs. 1 and 2 apply mutatis mutandis to general youth housing, however, the local council uses the youth housing for solving young people's social housing problems in the municipality.
PCS. 4. The municipal council may decide that the housing organization must make available family dwellings in branches in areas with a high proportion of people outside the labor available to the local council with a view to strengthening the composition of residents in the area. § 51 b paragraph. 3-5 and 9 shall apply accordingly. Local council reports decisions under the 1st clause. welfare minister.
PCS. 5. In municipalities where the local council has decided that the housing organization must reject people seeking housing in accordance with § 51 b paragraph. 1, the Minister for Social Welfare at the request of the municipal council approve the number of housing, as housing associations in the municipality makes available to the local council according to § 59 paragraph. 1 and 2, increased by a number of residences, corresponding to 1/3 of the number of rentals in the departments covered by the local council's decision according to § 51 b paragraph. 1 piece. 1, 3rd-5th section. shall apply mutatis mutandis.
PCS. 6. The local council shall at the request of the local educational decision that social housing organizations and independent youth institutions pursuant to Part 11 of the Act on housing must provide a number of those in § 52 shall youth housing and in § 67 of the Act on housing referred to juvenile homes available for exchange students.

PCS. 7. The local council's decision under paragraph. 6 taken on the basis of a recommendation from the local educational institutions and from the boards of the housing associations, independent public youth institutions and independent youth institutions and maximum cover up to 10 per cent. in paragraph. 6 referred youth housing in the municipality. The municipal council shall lay down specific guidelines for the allocation of housing.
PCS. 8. The housing referred to in paragraph. 6 paying the educational institutions under detailed by the local council guidelines set the rent (property tax) from the time the home is available for the educational institution, and until the rental occurs. Educational institutions also guarantees the exchange student's fulfillment of contractual obligations to the landlord to renovate the property upon vacating. The availability of student housing established under paragraph. 6, by the local council terminated with three months' notice.
§ 60. For social housing, which is not covered by § 59 paragraph. 1 or 2, or § 63, the local council and the social housing agreeing that up to 90 per cent. of the vacant homes in a residential area rented under specific criteria. The criteria determined by agreement between the local council and the housing organization and published by the local council. At least every 10 vacant family home in the residential department rented under § 51 paragraph. 1, point 1.
PCS. 2. Agreements under subsection. 1, point 1., Shall be reviewed no later than 4 years after the agreement. Is the local council and housing association agreement, the agreement may be reviewed before the end of the 4-year period.
PCS. 3. In the event of disagreement between the local council and the housing organization on the conclusion of agreements in accordance with paragraph. 1, point 1. Take Welfare Ministry at the request of the municipal council decision according to specific criteria. The decision is taken after hearing the parties and on the basis of an opinion from the National Building Fund.
§ 61. The municipal council may decide that the assignment of vacant social housing or vacant general youth housing must be approved by the municipal council in each case. The rules on remedies in the Act on Housing Subsidies shall apply mutatis mutandis, if a house-hunting action having regard to the household income is too low in relation to housing tax or taking into account the boligsøgendes personal circumstances.
§ 62. If the social housing makes available family housing or unemployed youth housing for refugees, see. § 65 of the Law on individual accommodation assistance, the regulations of § 59 paragraph. 1, on the municipality's payment of rent and guarantee of the provision of housing's obligations to the housing organization to renovate the property upon vacating analogy. The transfer must be approved by the municipal council.
PCS. 2. The rules of § 61 concerning appeals apply by analogy to refugees who rejected under paragraph. 1.
PCS. 3. The municipality's expenses by renting to refugees under paragraph. 1 and § 59 paragraph. 1 shall be reimbursed by the state with 100 per cent. Reimbursement shall be paid quarterly in arrears on the basis of an inventory of municipal expenditure.
PCS. 4. Refugees repay the amounts due under paragraph. 1 and § 59 paragraph. 1, to the local council within a maximum of five years, with repayment tailored to their personal financial circumstances.
§ 63. The social housing organization may enter into an agreement with the local council on making vacant social housing available for the local council for rental as transition housing, see. Paragraph. 2.
PCS. 2. A halfway house is a dwelling that is leased to persons who are staying in temporary accommodation facilities for the Social Services Act §§ 107 or 110, which rent the conditions stated in § 4 paragraph. 3 of the Act on the rental of public housing.

PCS. 3. The local authority pays the rent (property tax) from the date on which the vacant accommodation is available for the local council, and until the rental occurs. The municipality also guarantees for housing's fulfillment of contractual obligations to the housing organization to renovate the property upon vacating. Terminates landlord lease by the local council's request referred to. § 4, paragraph. 3, 2nd sentence., The Rent Act of subsidized housing, the municipality pays the rent for the period the tenant vacates, to relet happens, but not beyond the date from which a denunciation would have had effect in accordance with § 88 of the Rent Act of public housing. Changes the local council's decision to have a house that is not rented, the rent (housing tax) not paid beyond the date from which a denunciation would have had no effect.
§ 63 a. The rules in the Rent Act §§ 85 ae on municipal procurement of replacement housing and the payment of compensation to tenants who terminated as a result of expropriation, etc., apply mutatis mutandis to social housing, owned by a social housing, a municipality, a region or an independent institution.
§ 63 b. Void a lease in accordance with § 23 of the Rent Act of subsidized housing, the tenant has the right to alternative accommodation. The municipal council authorize replacement dwelling. The designated housing should be of adequate size, location, quality and equipment. The property has an appropriate size when either a space more than the number of household members or the same number of spaces as the dwelling formerly occupied.
§ 63 c. The local council may offer to provide grants to cover all or part of the removal costs for tenants who vacate social housing department where there is a need to stimulate emigration.
PCS. 2. It is a condition for the grant, the tenant moves to another property in the municipality. The municipal council shall establish and publish procedures for the grant, including which departments or parts of departments concerned of the possibility of subsidies, the persons entitled, the grant amount based on the average reasonable moving expenses of the municipality and payment of the grant.
§ 64. Welfare Minister may set further rules on the issues listed in §§ 51-54 and §§ 57, 58 and 59-63. Welfare Minister may lay down rules on priority to available housing for households with children and for special populations. Welfare Minister may lay down rules on rental according to § 51 b and instructions according to § 59 paragraph. 4. Welfare Minister may lay down detailed rules for the housing organizations' obligation to report data to an Internet-based portal established in accordance with § 94, no. 5. Welfare Minister may lay down rules on how the rental rules may be waived in nødretssituationer (quite extraordinary Rent difficulties). Welfare Minister can also lay down rules on the assignment of government reimbursement, financial reporting and audit of government reimbursement in accordance with § 62.
PCS. 2. The provisions of § 54, § 55, stk. 1-4, 6 and 8, § 56 and §§ 58a-58 c apply mutatis mutandis to non-profit housing for the elderly. The provisions of § 54 paragraph. 1, Item 4., § 55, stk. 1, § 56 and § 57 paragraph. 3, shall not apply to non-profit housing for the elderly after the former Chapter 9 a, see. Legislative Decree no. 857 of 8 August 2006 mentioned. However paragraph. 3.
PCS. 3. To the extent that the local council and an independent public senior housing institution. The former Chapter 9 a, see. Legislative Decree no. 857 of 8 August 2006 agreement on that housing for the elderly made available to people who need the dwelling as a temporary relief housing, the provision of § 56, 2nd and 3rd sentences. shall apply.
PCS. 4. The provisions of § 59 paragraph. 3 and 5, and § 62 apply mutatis mutandis to general youth housing, which is owned by a private foundation.
Chapter 5
Maintenance and repair, right of disposal, etc. as well as lease premium
Maintenance and repair
§§ 65-67. (Repealed)
§ 68. In the housing organization departments must be made appropriate provisions for renewal of the technical installations for major roadwork and to hold such repair and maintenance costs incurred by the housing organization's departments under the provisions of Chapter 6 of the Rent Act of subsidized housing. Funds from such provisions can generally not be used for other purposes.
§§ 69-72. (Repealed)

§ 73. If the new boligtagers lease premium significantly exceeds the contribution for similar homes in new construction, the housing organization reduce deposit. The necessary funds are provided by reserves within the housing organization's departments or made available to the department of the organization's disposition fund in accordance. § 20 paragraph. 2.
PCS. 2. The local council may provide the guarantee on borrowings, see. § 118, paragraph. 3, which is used to reduce residents' deposits in the former public housing. It is a condition that resident deposits significantly exceeds the contribution for similar homes in new construction. The loan may be granted in order to reduce the lease premium to the minimum 2 percent. of the final approved acquisition price at the completion of construction. The amount by which the lease premium is reduced, paid to the dwelling takes. If boligtageren received loans under the Act on Housing Subsidies for payment of lease premium paid amount shall be to the lender.
PCS. 3. The local authority may on behalf of the government pledging performance support for it in the paragraph. 2 loans referred to by similar rules that apply to finance the construction of new buildings, see. The rules in Chapter 9. The borrower's payment after § 129, however, constitute perennial 3.74 per cent. of the book principal. It is a condition that the local council grants warranty for the entire loan.
PCS. 4. The municipality shall reimburse the state a share of the grant aid following paragraph. 3. The proportion determined by the Minister for Social Welfare in connection with the establishment of loans in accordance with § 118 paragraph. 3.
§ 74. The municipality may, instead of granting a loan according to § 54 paragraph. 3 of the Act on Housing Subsidies provide an amount to cover it in § 118 paragraph. 1, said deposit when a tenant in a rental property, converted to a public senior housing, already inhabit the rebuilt housing.
PCS. 2. The municipality must provide an amount to cover in paragraph. 1 shall deposit into



1) residents in nursing homes or in sheltered accommodation, which closed down or converted to housing for the elderly, when the residents rehoused in housing for the elderly, and
2) residents who searched from Assisted Living for housing for the elderly.


PCS. 3. The region or municipality must make a financial provision for it in § 118 paragraph. 2, said deposits to



1) in community homes built after the previous assistance Law § 112, § 92 of the former Social Services Act and § 108 of the Social Services Act, which closed down or converted to regional housing for the elderly, when the residents rehoused in housing for the elderly, and | || 2) residents who searched from an institution built by the previous assistance Law § 112, § 92 of the former Social Services Act and § 108 of the Social Services Act for housing for the elderly.


PCS. 4. in paragraph. 1, 2 and 3 shall be paid to the landlord. At the end of the lease reimburse the landlord paid to the municipality or region less of checks carried offsetting the provisions of Part 9 of the Rent Act of subsidized housing.
PCS. 5. The state reimburses the municipality's or region's payments under subsection. 4, 1st clause., By two-thirds. Municipality or region will pay to the state the amounts received under paragraphs. 4, 2nd sentence. But not exceeding an amount equal to the state refunding under the 1st clause.
PCS. 6. The provision of § 73 paragraph. 1, point 1. Shall apply mutatis mutandis on housing for the elderly, which is owned by a municipality or region.
PCS. 7. The provisions of § 68 and § 73 paragraph. 1, point 1. Shall apply mutatis mutandis to self-governing general youth and senior housing.
§ 75. Welfare Minister may lay down rules on the in §§ 68, 73 and 74 hereof. Welfare Minister may lay down rules on the assignment of government reimbursement, financial reporting and audit of the amounts referred to in § 74.
Chapter 5 a
Sale of social housing to home ownership
Experiments with sales
§ 75 a. Welfare Minister may at the request of the municipal council approve trials of sale of social housing in the municipality for general tenants of the homes.
PCS. 2. When applying for approval shall notify the municipal council, the extent to which municipal departments covered by the study. The local council publishes the study scope. Subsequent changes to the study scope must be approved by the Minister of Welfare.
PCS. Section 3 The meeting decides whether general tenants in housing, which are subject to trial after paragraph. 2, can purchase their family home. Chamber Meeting of the decision can not be changed later.

PCS. 4. Welfare Minister shall lay down detailed rules for submission and approval of the study by this provision.
§ 75 b. Welfare Minister may, upon application from a housing approve trials of sale of social housing in the housing organization's departments for general tenants of the homes.
PCS. 2. When applying for approval notify the housing organization, the extent to which the housing organization departments covered by the study. The housing association publishes the study scope. Subsequent changes to the study scope must be approved by the Minister of Welfare.
PCS. 3. The following family homes can only be included in the experiment with the municipal council's approval:



1) Housing, which establishes a shared housing after § 3 paragraph. 2, § 51 paragraph. 3, or § 51a paragraph. 1.
2) Housing that by undertaking public support previously reserved for the elderly and persons with disabilities or with public support for the Social Assistance Act is adapted for this group, see. § 51 paragraph. 4.
3) Housing built with a gross floor area greater than 110 m2 for renting to households with at least four members, of which at least one member is severely physically disabled, see. § 109 paragraph. 5.
4) Housing, which has been supported by § 142 b.


PCS. Section 4 The meeting decides whether general tenants in housing, which are subject to trial after paragraph. 2, can purchase their family home. Chamber Meeting of the decision can not be changed later.
PCS. 5. Is there a municipality initiated experiments on application, to housing, the local stop total sales in the municipality, when in all, sold more than 5 per cent. of social housing, which was commissioned in the city on 1 January 2005. The requirement that halt sales means that the municipality can not commence further enrollment periods, see. § 75 j paragraph. 1. In departments where an enrollment period has begun, conducted the sale.
PCS. 6. Welfare Minister shall lay down detailed rules for submission and approval of the study by this provision.
§ 75 c. Welfare Minister may, by application of the municipal council and a housing approve that, to the extent approved tests in accordance with § 75a or § 75 b, also can be sold vacant homes, not to exceed 1/3 of family homes in a department.
PCS. 2. When applying under subsection. 1 shall notify the municipal council and the housing organization, the extent to which that can happen sale of vacant homes, as well as the extent to which applications for sale in troubled departments see. Paragraph. 3 and § 75 k, paragraph. 2. The housing association publishes the volume of sales of vacant homes. Subsequent changes to the study scope must be approved by the Minister of Welfare.
PCS. 3. A problem hit department means a department where there are important problems of an economic, social or any other, including high rent, high shifting frequency, high proportion of tenants with social problems, violence, vandalism or deterioration of buildings and open spaces.
PCS. Section 4 The meeting decides whether that can happen sale of vacant housing. It is a prerequisite that the department meeting later while deciding according to § 75 a paragraph. 3, or § 75 b paragraph. Section 4 of the meeting a decision can not be changed later.
PCS. 5. Welfare Minister shall lay down detailed rules for submission and approval of the study by this provision.
Sales in troublesome departments
§ 75 d. Welfare Minister may, by application of the municipal council and a housing approve the sale of social housing in the housing organization's troubled municipal departments, see. § 75c paragraph. 3. An application for sales to general tenants of the homes and the sale of vacant housing. It is a condition for approval of the sale of vacant homes that simultaneously approved the sale of the properties to tenants.
PCS. 2. When applying under subsection. 1 shall notify the municipal council and the housing organization, the extent to which the housing organization departments covered by the sale, and to what extent there may be sales of vacant homes. The housing association publishes the sale scale. Subsequent changes of the sale scale must be approved by the Minister of Welfare.
PCS. 3. On the basis of an assessment of the composition of residents in the department can local council and housing association agreement criteria for who can be sold. Welfare Ministry informed of the agreed criteria.

PCS. Section 4 The meeting decides whether that can happen housing sales, which are subject to approval in accordance with paragraph. Part 1 of the meeting a decision can not be changed later. Chamber Meeting approves the criteria agreed by paragraph. 3 and subsequent amendments thereto.
PCS. 5. The municipal council and the housing organization can jointly apply for approval under subsection. 1 of sales, which was previously authorized by §§ 75 ac. The authorization takes effect for sales carried out after the initial enrollment period after approval and for the first sale of a vacant housing after approval.
PCS. 6. Welfare Minister shall lay down detailed rules for submission and approval of sale under this provision.
Stopping the sale
§ 75 e. Minister for Social Welfare may order the housing organizations fully or partially to halt sales under this chapter if the sale of a division result or is likely to cause a significant negative net proceeds. Injunction to halt sales means that the housing organization can not commence further enrollment periods. The registration period started, the sale is completed. When assessing whether sales should be stopped, the emphasis is on nettoprovenuets size and on whether the sale is part of a holistic approach to the recovery of troubled departments as defined in § 75c paragraph. 3.
Terms and Disposal completing
§ 75 f. A department can benefit from the sale, if the majority of family homes in the department for 15 years in total acted as one or more of the Nos. 1-3 above types of housing:



1) General housing,
2) social housing or
3) other property listed with support for byggestøtte-, kollegiestøtte- or housing legislation or the former Act on Housing for the Elderly and Persons with Disabilities, see. Legislative Decree no. 664 of 8 August 2002, as amended by § 76 of Act no. 145 of 25 March 2002 and § 5 of the law no. 1219 of 27 december 2003.


§ 75 g. The tenant's option to buy its general family housing under this chapter occurs at tenancy commencement and lapse of the lease agreement or termination.
§ 75 h. When the department meeting decided in accordance with § 75 a paragraph. 3, § 75 b paragraph. 4, or § 75 d paragraph. 4, the housing organization's board of directors without delay



1) prepare statutes for a future owners association or homeowners'
2) establish distributional for future condos,
3) make tenants aware of an estimate of the homes value based on the standard figures in the Tax Authority assessment models from the most recent common assessment and
4) determine the annual enrollment period, see. § 75 j paragraph. 1.


PCS. 2. The Board shall make tenants aware of a current estimate of the homes value each time there is a change of normative values, see. Paragraph. 1 pt. 3
PCS. Section 3 meeting and the municipal council approves the statutes and distributional. As long as the department is covered by an owners association, established in connection with the sale under this chapter, approves municipal subsequent amendments to the statute. Any disputes between the board and the department board or department meeting on statutes and distributional determined by the local council in connection with its approval.
§ 75. The housing organization's board of directors shall without undue delay ensure sound implementation of the sale.
§ 75 j. The housing organization sets for each department an annual enrollment period of 1 month before the expiry of which the tenants who want to buy their housing, shall notify in writing to the housing organization. The housing organization can not determine a subscription period ending after 31 December 2009, see. However paragraph. 2.
PCS. 2 pcs. 1, last point., Does not apply to sale authorized under § 75 d paragraph. 1.
PCS. 3. The housing association provides for a joint takeover applicable for the tenants, who before expiry of the registration period have notified the organization and who decide to buy. In exceptional cases where sales can not be carried to the fixed for taking over to housing association and tenant agreement another takeover.
§ 75 k. A vacant dwelling, see. §§ 75 c and 75 d may be for sale if the property is not



1) must be made available for municipal officer according to § 59 paragraph. 1 or 2,
2) covered by the contract to hire for temporary rehousing according to § 51 paragraph. 6, or

3) can be rented according to § 51 paragraph. 1, § 51a paragraph. 1, or § 60 persons who were registered as seeking housing for the dwelling at the time of the lease termination or cancellation, see. However paragraph. 6


PCS. 2. Did the Minister of Welfare approved the sale of vacant homes in distressed funds according to § 75 c, can be up to 90 per cent. the vacancy rate in the department put up for sale without re-letting is attempted in accordance with paragraphs. 1, no. 3, said provisions.
PCS. 3. In the period when the property is put up for sale, it can not be rented.
PCS. 4. rental loss in the period the property is offered for sale until the property is taken over by the buyer or re-rented, which are not borne by the selling price as set. § 75 s, paragraph. 2, no. 11, or the National Building Fund, see. § 96 m paragraph. 1, no. 3, is covered by the housing organization's reserve fund.
PCS. 5. The sale of vacant homes must purchase agreement be concluded by 31 December 2009, see. However paragraph. 6
PCS. 6 pieces. 1 pt. 3 and paragraph. 5 does not apply to the sale of vacant homes approved in accordance with § 75 d paragraph. 1.
§ 75 l. In the absence of a budget for the owners association, which property becomes subject after the sale, the housing organization before the start of division into condominiums draft a budget for the upcoming owners' when one or more tenants before the registration deadline has announced the housing organization that they want to buy their housing, or when deciding to put an available housing for sale.
PCS. 2. Before applying cadastral subdivision should the housing organization inform buyers about the expected quotas to a homeowners' when one or more tenants before the registration deadline has announced housing organization that they want to buy their housing, or when deciding to put an available housing for sale .
§ 75 m. By division into condominiums in the sale under this chapter laid out the department's common areas and common facilities as common property. Under special circumstances, the municipal council may approve that communal and shared facilities construed as særejendom.
PCS. 2. Subdivision take housing organization with municipal approval decision on the extent to which communal and public facilities must be transferred to homeowners that covers only homes which were covered by the department at the time of the first sale under this chapter. Where communal and shared facilities transferred to homeowners, this is done free of charge to the homeowner. Quota for the homeowner fixed so that the homeowner of revenue can defray costs associated with the operation of the transferred land and construction.
PCS. 3. The housing organization must let things light labeling on the Landowners property that property that is transferred in accordance with paragraph. 2, can not be mortgaged, and that the sale of the property can only be done with the local council approval, as long as the department is a member of the homeowner. The housing association will also let things light labeling on the Landowners property that by the Landowners resale of property that is transferred in accordance with paragraph. 2, paid sales proceeds proportionately to the members of the homeowner.
PCS. 4. The housing organization must let things light labeling on the property that the remaining department has the deed, and at the homes that sold, on duty to membership of the homeowner and the exclusive right to use common areas and common facilities.
PCS. 5. in paragraph. 3 and 4 declarations made irrevocable by the local council as a prosecutor.
PCS. 6. Support may be granted from the National Building Fund, Byggeskadefonden, reserve fund and the municipality to the fund's expenses for common area or shared facility to the same extent as if the area or facility fell within the department.
§ 75 n. The individual housing sold at market price as home ownership.
PCS. 2. The market price determined by an assessment by a real estate agent who is valuer. The first home department, however, assessed jointly by two real estate agents, valuers. Valuer shall be appointed by the municipal council for tenders.
PCS. 3. The assessor carries out the assessment based on the value the market as stipulated when the purchase price is payable in cash. The assessment shall be disregarded, the buyer is entitled to an interest-rate and interest-only loan, see. § 75 s.

PCS. 4th If a tenant who has been considered his home, not take over the property at the acquisition date, see. § 75 j paragraph. 3, the tenant must pay 50 per cent. of the cost of assessing the tenant's dwelling. Are the assessment of two real estate agents, valuers, see. Paragraph. 2, point 2., The tenant must pay 25 per cent. of the cost. Before applying division or subdivision and assessing the tenant must provide security for its share of the cost of the assessment. If the assessment exceeds the following § 75 h paragraph. 1, no. 3, or § 75 h paragraph. 2 declared value by more than 20 per cent., Department organizes the entire cost of valuer are.
§ 75 o. If the tenant has improved the hired under Part 8 of the Rent Act of subsidized housing, calculates the housing organization before the conclusion of the contract the fee paid by the tenant would be entitled to if the tenancy ended at the acquisition date. The housing organization sends the statement to the tenant in good time before the time when the purchase agreement is expected entered.
PCS. 2. Compensation shall be paid to the tenant before the acquisition date.
§ 75 p. In good time before the time when the purchase agreement is expected signed, carried out a survey of the property in order to determine whether the tenant has breached it, see. § 25 paragraph. 4, the Rent Act of subsidized housing. The lessee shall be convened in writing at least one week's notice. Is the property in default compiled as soon as possible after the inspection a statement containing information on where the breach consists, as well as information about what a repair it will cost. The statement shall be sent immediately to the tenant.
PCS. 2. The tenant pays the amount it will cost to rectify the breach before the acquisition date.
§ 75 q. The fund's loan is redeemed pro rata in accordance with rules set by the Minister of Welfare.
PCS. 2. The redemption reduced borrower's payment as of the acquisition date corresponding to the borrower's payment on the part of the loan that was repaid. The borrower's payment will now be controlled as usual. Udamortiseres a loan in the period between the acquisition date and the redemption, the borrower's loan payments on this loan equivalent until udamortiseringen. Similarly, reduced the cash included in the reserve fund according to § 20 paragraph. 1 pt. 4 and 6-8, with effect from the loan udamortisering.
PCS. 3. The redemption regulated ongoing support with effect from the date of acquisition, so that assistance shall be an amount equal to the difference between the borrower's payment and payment on the loan. Udamortiseres a loan in the period between the date of acquisition and redemption, adjusted funding for this loan equivalent until udamortiseringen.
PCS. 4. The housing organization calculates the need for redemption, including any loans which must be repaid in accordance with paragraph. 1. The statement sent to the treasury for approval before the redemption.
PCS. 5. For non-callable loans, which after being Minister of Culture not bought bonds to repay part of the loan, the State of the payment obligation on the part of the bonds corresponding to the partial redemption, and will take over the related mortgage debt, while the state receives an amount equal to the debt at one of the Minister of welfare fixed redemption price. The bonds may be subsequently bought by the welfare minister of Directors. § 9 of the Act on Credit Bonds shall apply mutatis mutandis.
PCS. 6. State guarantees municipal guarantees and all regarantier remain valid. Maintenance of obtained by redemption or subsequently.
PCS. 7. The local council provides warranty for the part of the outstanding debt on the balance of loans that after the proportionate repayment is secured by mortgages beyond 80 per cent. of property value. The portion of the debt outstanding that are not covered by the warranty, have a lien prior to the guaranteed part of the outstanding debt.
PCS. 8. Welfare Minister shall lay down rules that municipal deposit amount corresponding to the part of the local basic capital repaid to the municipality on redemption of grundkapitallån following paragraph. 1, as well as rules on the release of the deposited amount.
Interest-rate and interest-only loan
§ 75 s. A tenant who buy its social housing under this chapter, may record an interest-rate and interest-only loan in Landsbyggefonden of 30 per cent. the price in accordance. § 75 n. Buyer several tenants home in joint ownership, or buy the tenant a property owned jointly with other persons who are cohabiting with the tenant, buyers can record loan association. The buyer pays a fee referred to in § 96 l paragraph. Third

PCS. 2. The loan shall be repaid by the former tenant vacating unless the former tenant's spouse or persons who have been cohabiting with the previous tenant for at least two years, continue to reside in the purchased housing.
PCS. 3. The loan is also for redemption by full or partial ownership. The previous tenant may, by taking over an samejers share of the property over a corresponding portion of the loan. The former tenant's spouse or persons who have been cohabiting with the previous tenant for at least 2 years can by takeover of the former tenant's share of the property over a corresponding portion of the loan. If the previous tenant has bought the property in joint ownership with his spouse or another person who has been cohabiting with the previous tenant for at least 2 years and if the previous tenant transfers his share of the property to another person, shall be charged only the previous tenant share of the loan.
PCS. 4. The loan will bear interest from the due date at an interest rate set in accordance with § 5, paragraph. 1 and 2 of the Interest Act.
Compile and apply the net proceeds etc.
§ 75 s. The net proceeds from the sale under this chapter is calculated as the selling price fixed in accordance with § 75 n deducted from the amount referred to in paragraph. 2 and assigned amounts referred to in paragraph. 3.
PCS. 2. Of the sales amount held



1) the repayment of lease premium,
2) pro rata redemption of fund loans
3) fees and charges associated with relaxation and redemption of fund loans and recalculation of aid
4) costs of land development and the cost of segregation which is attributable to the sold homes,
5) costs of assessment
6) payment of the sold dwellings proportionate share of the accumulated operating deficit for the department
7) compensation for the tenant improvements of the leased property,
8) costs of energy and energy plan
9) costs of preparing purchase agreement
10) housing organization's administrative costs relating to the sale
11) rental loss corresponding to a maximum of 6 months rent in connection with the sale of vacant homes,
12) services in the period from the acquisition date to the date of redemption on the part of the loans to be repaid,
13) repayment of aid received during the period from the acquisition date to the date of redemption and
14) other expenses in connection with the sale, including the department's costs by between finance and other outlays.


PCS. 3. The sales price determined



1) the tenant's damages for breach
2) the portion of the fund's reserves at the acquisition date to periodic renewal and refurbishment which corresponds to the sold dwellings proportional share
3) the part of fund transfers to interior maintenance corresponding to the sold dwellings proportionate share, and
4) income related to the sale, including interest on deposited purchase price.


PCS. 4. 5 pct. of the net proceeds, at least 3,000 kr. and a maximum of 10,000 kr. per. sold property shall be paid to the owners association, which they sold homes are subject. Are they sold homes not covered by an owners, paid the amount to the homeowners that covers only homes which were covered by the department at the time of the first sale under this chapter.
PCS. 5. The net proceeds less the amount paid pursuant to subsection. 4 paid into the National Building Fund, see. However paragraph. 6
PCS. 6. For sale according to § 75 d can Landsbyggefonden request by the local council and the housing organization accept that the net proceeds after paragraph. 5 do not fully paid. Exceptions are a contribution to the in § 89 c paragraph. 3-5 and §§ 96 l and 96 m above expenses. It is a precondition that the housing organization uses the proceeds are not paid, the activities and initiatives of the organization's departments, which are covered by an approved master plan for the area where the department, which has happened sale, is located. The Fund may grant prior approval for the use of the net proceeds of this provision within the local council and the housing organization applying for approval in accordance with § 75 d paragraph. 1. The Fund shall send a copy of its decision to the Minister for Social Welfare.
PCS. 7. Exceeds in paragraph. 2 and 4, the amount sales amount plus per paragraph. 3, covered the difference of Landsbyggefonden, see. § 96 m paragraph. 1 pt. 5
PCS. 8. Welfare Minister shall lay down regulations in paragraph. 2, the amount incurred by the sales price, and in paragraph. 3, the amount added to the sales price.

§ 75 t. Accounting for sales in the department under this chapter and audit shall be governed by rules set by the Minister of Welfare.
PCS. 2. An audit conducted by a certified public accountant or a registered auditor. The auditor's remarks introduced in an audit.
PCS. 3. The accounts will be approved by the local council. Copy of the financial statements submitted to the National Building Fund.
§ 75 u. General housing associations report sales under this chapter for the National Building Fund.
PCS. 2. The local council reports based on information from the housing organizations once a year status information about sales to the Minister for Social Welfare under rules defined by the Minister of Welfare.
Chapter 6
Landsbyggefonden
Organisation etc.
§ 76. National Building Fund is a private foundation that aims to promote the general building's self-financing.
PCS. 2. The Fund is managed by a board of 9 members. Chairman of the Board and four other members elected by Housing Associations. Of the Board's other 4 members choose Tenants Country Organisation in Denmark two members must be home-makers in public construction, the National Association selects a member, and the City of Copenhagen and Frederiksberg select jointly a member. Following the same rules elected deputies of the Chairman and the other members. All selections made for four years at a time. Re-election may take place.
PCS. 3. The Board shall provide for the conduct of the daily management of the Fund's affairs and lays down guidelines for the organization of work. General instructions and guidelines for distribution to depositors and borrowers must be approved by the Board.
§ 77. The Fund's Articles of Association must be approved by the Minister of Welfare. They shall include provisions to ensure the proper organization of the Fund for the purpose of fulfilling its purpose.
PCS. 2. Within four months after each financial year must fund's financial statements signed by the board and certified by the auditor submitted to the Minister for Social Welfare, together with the directors' report for the past financial year. Welfare Minister may establish specific guidelines for financial statements and the report's form and content.
PCS. 3. The Fund's accounts are audited by a chartered accountant appointed by the Minister of Welfare on the recommendation of the Fund. Welfare Minister may lay down guidelines for the exercise of the auditor's business.
PCS. 4. The Fund may be required to provide welfare minister any information about the Fund, including the Board's estimate of the extent of the Fund's future lending activities and the size of the anticipated loan funds.
The Fund's income
§ 78. The Fund shall be constituted by payments from the social housing organizations, private institutions, municipalities and regions in accordance with §§ 79-80 f.
PCS. 2. The Fund may Welfare Minister's permission raise government loans to cover the fund's expenses in accordance with § 98 a.
PCS. 3. The Fund may Welfare Minister's permission to borrow to cover the Fund's obligations under § 96 d paragraph. 1.
PCS. 4. When the fund's income can not cover the fund's expenses according to § 91 paragraph. 1, § 91 a paragraph. 1 and 2, § 92. 2 and § 92 a can fund welfare ministerial approval and raise government loans to cover the difference. Fund loans to be settled as soon as possible. Government expenditure as a result of government loans covered by the Fund.
PCS. 5th When the funds in new fund is not sufficient to cover the deficit according to § 73 paragraph. 4, § 74 paragraph. 3, § 76 paragraph. 4 and 8, § 77 paragraph. 2, § 78 paragraph. 5 and § 79 paragraph. 2 of the Act on retirement housing can Landsbyggefonden with welfare ministerial approval and raise government loans to cover the deficit. Fund loans to be settled as soon as possible.
PCS. 6. The government may provide guarantees for loans as mentioned in paragraph. 5. Government expenditure as a result of the guarantee is covered by the fund.
PCS. 7. The fund any revenue in general, including interest income, is used for the fund.
PCS. 8. Expenses for administration, etc. borne by the Fund's resources.
PCS. 9. The Fund may determine that borrowers in the loan must make contributions to the fund management and reserve fund by the rules adopted by the Fund's Board. The rules shall be forwarded to the Minister of Welfare, which may require rules were changed.

§ 79. General housing organizations departments, which includes homes that are brought into service before January 1, 1963, make annual contributions to the building fund of the company to deposit the National Building Fund with the amount determined in accordance with Executive Order no. 483 of 16 . august 1973 Act on housing § 19
§ 80. In addition to any contribution under § 79 outer chambers which contain homes that are brought into service before January 1, 1970, contributions to the housing organization's building fund for deposits in the National Building Fund for use under the provisions of §§ 87-96. Contributions are made only for living space.
PCS. 2. Contribution by paragraph. 1 represents in 2005 21.15 kr. Per. m2 gross floor area of ​​chambers which contain homes that are in use in the period from 1 January 1965 until 1 January 1970 and for earlier-service departments, which includes housing, which before 1 January 1983 by the local council been granted full or partial exemption for past contributions. For other departments, which includes homes that are brought into service before 1 January 1965, the contribution in 2005 47.30 kr. Per. m2 gross floor area. The amounts shall be adjusted once a year, beginning on 1 January 2006 on the basis of the observed trend in the construction cost index for housing in total for the second quarter.
PCS. 3. Is it necessary to cover the National Building Fund expenses, the Fund's board may decide to charge a regular contributions from departments that includes homes that are in use from 1 January 1970. However, no charges are levied on departments that contain dwellings covered by Byggeskadefonden or Byggeskadefonden for urban renewal measures. The contribution may not exceed the contributions levied in accordance with paragraph. 2, first sentence.
PCS. 4. Landsbyggefonden may grant exemption from payment of part of the contributions that exceed those in 1982 paid contributions to Boligselskabernes National Building Fund, to units in the last 3 years has received support from the Fund, the municipality or the state to reduce the rent.
PCS. 5. National Building Fund assessment of contributions under subsection. 1 must be made in time to rent increases can be notified as specified in the provisions of Part 3 of the Act on the rental of public housing.
§ 80 a. 2/3 of the funds included in the reserve fund according to § 20 paragraph. 1 pt. 7, from social housing departments, with support after 31 December 1998 shall be paid to the National Building Fund.
PCS. 2. Funds included in the reserve fund according to § 20 paragraph. 1, no. 6, from social housing departments, with support after 31 December 1998 shall be paid to the National Building Fund.
§ 80 b. For public housing units that have received pledges of support before 1 January 1999 paid 2/3 of the funds after 1 January 2008, the reserve fund according to § 20 paragraph. 1, no. 4, the National Building Fund.
PCS. 2. To the extent that housing settles loans for redeeming redemption clauses according to § 98 a paragraph. 5, 5. section. Granted to the departments referred to in paragraph. 1, pay housing organization 1/2 of the funds after 1 January 2008, the reserve fund according to § 20 paragraph. 1, no. 4, to Landsbyggefonden until the loans are settled.
PCS. 3. To the extent that departments referred to in paragraph. 1 before 1 January 2008 by the National Building Fund has received approval for exemption from payment of the portion of the cash after transfer to Landsbyggefonden remain in the reserve fund, reduced housing organization's contributions to the National Building Fund pursuant to subsection. 1 with 1/3 of the amount exempted.
§ 80 c. From 36 years after the recording of mortgages in housing for the elderly owned by a private institution, a municipality or a region which has been promised support by 31 December 1998, the owner shall pay 2/3 of the cash generated in connection with the borrower's payment referred to. § 129, the National Building Fund.
PCS. 2. Up to and including 35 years after the recording of mortgages in housing for the elderly owned by a private institution, a municipality or a region which has been promised support by 31 December 1998, the owner shall pay the cash generated in connection with the borrower's payment referred to. § 129, exceeds his loan to the National Building Fund.
PCS. 3 pieces. 1 and 2 apply mutatis mutandis to general youth housing, which is owned by a private foundation.
§ 80 d. For housing for the elderly owned by a private institution, a municipality or a region which has been promised support before January 1, 1999, the owner shall pay 2/3 of the cash after January 1, 2008 appears in connection with udamortiserede priorities for the National Building Fund.

§ 80 e. General housing associations deposit the funds included in the reserve fund according to § 20 paragraph. 1, no. 8, the National Building Fund.
§ 80 f. General housing associations pay net proceeds after § 75 s, paragraph. 5, the National Building Fund.
§ 81. (Repealed)
§ 82. General housing associations, private institutions, municipalities and regions that pay into the National Building Fund under §§ 79-80 e must submit reports thereon to the Fund.
PCS. 2. Contribution by §§ 79-80 d deposited in special accounts in the National Building Fund. Contributions are paid quarterly in arrears within one month after the end of the quarter.
PCS. 3. Landsbyggefonden ensure that compulsory payments made on time. If payment is not made before 3 of the second month after the end of the quarter, there must also be paid interest from the due date represents the rate set in accordance with § 5, paragraph. 1 and 2 of the Interest Act. For amounts due have fund mortgage and priority of the debtor property after property taxes. Recovery happens after the for collecting municipal income tax rules applicable, be made by the municipal council in the municipality in which the property is located. The collection is done with the addition of a fee, payable to the municipality and to be determined by the Minister of Welfare.
PCS. 4. The Welfare Minister's approval establishes fund detailed rules for registration of ibrugtagelsesår, see. §§ 79 and 80, the deposit base; see. §§ 80 ae, and reports in accordance with paragraph. 1.
§ 82 a. Contributions in accordance with § 80 f paid while submitting the accounts in accordance with § 75 t. § 82 paragraph. 3, 1st, 3rd and 4th section. Shall apply mutatis mutandis.
§ 83. Has the fund cash that can not be used within the framework of the objectives of that law provisions can fund Welfare Minister's approval set guidelines for these funds use.
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§ 84. The Fund may issue vouchers for the amounts paid pursuant to §§ 79 and 80. The social housing can in no way have paid amount, and these can not be subject to execution or distraint.
PCS. 2. Property Organization receivable written down by an amount equal to the amount that the Fund has made to the housing organization in accordance with § 87, and the amount transferred to the land disposition fund provided. § 89.
PCS. 3. When the housing organization's bankruptcy housing organization owed by paragraph. 2 required reimbursed if the estate's creditors will not be able to be repaid. The same applies to claims arising in the period until the bankruptcy estate is closed.
§ 85. Deposit of the in §§ 79 and 80 type referred to accrue interest when the fund's operating permit. Other deposits remunerated at least at the same rate that can be achieved by deposits in banks and savings banks.
§ 86. If there is by Fund losses can not be covered by the fund of accumulated reserves that cover loss on impairment of deposits under § 82.
§ 87. A housing organization have priority for grants of up to 75 per cent. the amounts which the housing organization's building fund after 1 January 1980, paid into the National Building Fund pursuant to §§ 79 and 80 and under previous laws on housing. National Building Foundation Board of Directors shall determine annually the percentage preferential rights will form within it in the first section. fixed maximum.
PCS. 2. Changes in the scope of the paragraph. 1 mentioned priority approved by the Minister of Welfare on the recommendation of the Fund.
§ 88. Landsbyggefonden vouch for rules with Welfare Minister's approval determined by the Fund's Board of Directors, for loss of department funds managed by social housing organizations. Where appropriate, the used funds from the land reserve fund.
PCS. 2. Landsbyggefonden can take over and continue the warranty obligations Boligselskabernes Guarantee has assumed for loans for the construction, conversion and extension or modernization of social housing.
Chapter 7
Operation Support
Support from Landsbyggefonden
§ 89. Amounts not used in accordance with § 87, transferred to a land reserve fund in the National Building Fund.
PCS. 2. Half of the amount after this Act § 80a, paragraph 1 and § 80 c, paragraph 1, and according to § 63 paragraph. 2 of the Act on retirement housing paid into the National Building Fund, transferred to another reserve fund.
PCS. 3. Amounts under §§ 80 b, d and e paid to the National Building Fund, transferred to another reserve fund.

PCS. 4. The part of the National Building Foundation funds not used in accordance with §§ 88, 90-94, 96 d and § 98 a paragraph. 5, and to cover the cost of administration, etc., can be transferred to another reserve fund.
PCS. 5. Land Disposition Fund subject to interest equivalent to the Danish National Bank.
§ 89 a. Half of the amount after this Act § 80a, paragraph 1 and § 80 c, paragraph 1, and according to § 63 paragraph. 2 of the Act on retirement housing paid into the National Building Fund, transferred to the new building fund.
PCS. 2. Amounts in this Act § 80a paragraph. 2 and § 80 c paragraph. 2, and according to § 63 paragraph. 1 of the Act on retirement housing paid into the National Building Fund, transferred to the new building fund.
PCS. Third Amount according to § 73 paragraph. 4, § 74 paragraph. 3, § 76 paragraph. 4 and 8, § 77 paragraph. 2, § 78 paragraph. 5 and § 79 paragraph. 2 of the Act on retirement housing paid into the National Building Fund, transferred to the new building fund.
§ 89 b. New construction fund's objective is to provide service support for the establishment of social housing after the time of payment applicable rules. The fund's objective is also to cover the deficit according to § 73 paragraph. 4, § 74 paragraph. 3, § 76 paragraph. 4 and 8, § 77 paragraph. 2, § 78 paragraph. 5 and § 79 paragraph. 2 of the Act on retirement housing. Welfare Minister may decide that the funds in new building fund be returned to the state.
§ 89 c. Contributions paid into the National Building Fund in accordance with § 80 f, transferred to the revenue fund.
PCS. 2. The proceeds of the fund's main objective is to use funds from the sale of social housing in accordance with Chapter 5 a, establish new social housing.
PCS. 3. Proceeds Fund's income, including interest income, used proceeds purpose of the fund and the costs of revenue from fund management.
PCS. 4. Landsbyggefonden can Welfare Minister's permission to borrow to cover the proceeds of the fund's obligations under §§ 96 microns. Expenses as a result of the loan covered by the funds transferred to the revenue fund. Fund loans to be settled as soon as possible.
PCS. 5. The government may provide guarantees for loans as mentioned in paragraph. 4. Government expenditure on the establishment of the guarantee is covered by the funds transferred to the revenue fund.
§ 90. Landsbyggefonden can of the funds mentioned in § 87, provide grants for the construction, conversion and extension, modernization, improving the environmental impacts, particularly costly rectification work, fire protection, urban regeneration and housing improvement of social housing organizations' buildings and buildings with social and cultural objectives connected with social housing organizations construction. The grant may not exceed 2/3 of the reasonable cost of the work performed.
§ 91. Landsbyggefonden can in the years 2007-2012 of the funds transferred to the land disposition fund provided. § 89, for a total annual investment budget of 2,400 million. kr. pledging performance support for loans to finance the restoration, repair, maintenance, improvement, modification, aggregation of apartments and environment improvement in social housing organizations construction. At least 150 million. kr. of the investment limit mentioned in the first paragraph., to be used to make the housing organizations building more suitable for the disabled. The amounts shall be adjusted once a year with the net price index, beginning on 1 January 2008. It should be apparent from the fund commitments to the fund may postpone the work begins with a view to reducing the total construction activity.
PCS. 2. Works by paragraph. 1 is financed to the extent possible through rent increases. It is furthermore a condition for aid under subsection. 1, the housing organization in agreement with the National Building Fund finances works with funds from the housing organization's net worth,. §§ 19 and 20, or the housing organization's funds pursuant to § 87, to the extent it is economically feasible and justifiable. Landsbyggefonden can including requiring that housing organization fully or partially reimburse the fund's performance support with funds from the reserve fund. Reimbursement from the reserve fund deducted proportionately in the calculation of the National Building Fund drawing on the investment limit specified in paragraph. First

PCS. 3. Grant Aid for the loan, see. Paragraph. 1 shall be granted on the terms set out in § 129 and § 130, paragraph. 1 and 2. The borrower's payment determined by the National Building Fund and be less than 3.4 per cent. pa of the loan principal, see. However paragraph. 4. The borrower's payment is adjusted until it matches the total payments on the loan. By financing loans with the interest rate is adjusted borrower's payment until it corresponds to the service which at the time the loan can be calculated in a similar fixed rate loan. Landsbyggefonden can under the conditions mentioned in § 134, partly or wholly bring payment of performance support for cessation.
PCS. 4. Landsbyggefonden can investments be used to improve accessibility, apartment mergers and improving the environmental impacts, providing service support for a greater share of payment on the loan than those mentioned in paragraph. 3, including in special circumstances, provide support for the full benefit of the loan. By funding under the negotiated financing in accordance with § 57 of the Law on Urban Renewal may grant support is provided corresponding to the full benefit of the loan. In addition, Landsbyggefonden in special circumstances, provide support for a major part of the service on the loan than those mentioned in paragraph. 3. Borrowers average payment on the mortgage after paragraph. 1 For each commitment year the first year at least equal to 3.4 per cent. pa
PCS. 5. Welfare Minister shall, after consultation with Landsbyggefonden detailed rules on loans referred to in paragraph. 1. The loans have a maximum maturity of 35 years and must be based on mortgage bonds, covered bonds or covered mortgage bonds.
PCS. 6. It is a condition for aid under subsection. 1, the local council guarantees for the loans. The guarantee is calculated in accordance with § 127, 2nd-4th section.
PCS. 7. It is a condition for the municipal guarantee in accordance with paragraph. 6, the National Building Fund assumes the obligation to reimburse the municipality half of its potential losses as a result of the guarantee obligation. National Building Fund obligation under the 1st clause. is limited to deposit with the land reserve fund.
PCS. Eighth Landsbyggefonden can by similar rules and for the same purpose as mentioned in paragraph. 1 support the general youth housing owned by a private foundation, the housing for the elderly owned by a private institution, a municipality or a region and retirement housing established by § 10 paragraph. 1 or § 11 paragraph. 2, no. 3 of the Act on retirement housing.
PCS. 9. Landsbyggefonden shall keep the welfare minister about the size and regional distribution of commitments under subsection. 1. Landsbyggefonden also compiles an annual report on the expected development of the overall scheme and the existing and expected use of the investment framework as outlined. Paragraphs. 1. The report submitted to the Minister for Social Welfare. Landsbyggefonden also ensures that before the end of 2008, an evaluation of the implemented worker effect in relation to the public sector. Landsbyggefonden also ensures an ongoing exchange of experience and coordination of the renovation efforts and ensure that after 2008 is a continual evaluation of the implemented initiatives. Evaluations submitted to the Minister for Social Welfare.
§ 91 a. Landsbyggefonden can in the years 2007-2010 of the funds transferred to the land disposition fund provided. § 89, within an annual limit of 400 million. kr. pledging subsidies for social and preventive action and for local coordination and evaluation in social housing divisions where there are important problems of an economic, social or any other, including high rent, high shifting frequency, high proportion of home-makers with social problems , violence, vandalism or deterioration of buildings and open spaces. Any unused amount can be transferred to the following year, including not used amount transferred in 2010 to 2011. The amount will be adjusted once a year with the net price index, beginning on 1 January 2008.
PCS. 2. Landsbyggefonden to the framework referred to in paragraph. 1 year pledging subsidies for up to 200 million. kr. to lower rents in public housing units mentioned in paragraph. 1. Landsbyggefonden can under the conditions mentioned in § 134, partly or wholly bring payment of rent subsidies to an end. The amount is adjusted once a year with the net price index, beginning on 1 January 2008.

PCS. 3. It is a condition for reimbursement under subsection. 1 and 2, the effort is part of a master plan with associated funding plan, drawn up by the housing organization in cooperation with relevant stakeholders and approved by the local council. It is also a prerequisite that there is a local coordination and evaluation of the efforts in the residential area where the branch is located. In special cases, Landsbyggefonden may derogate from these requirements.
PCS. 4. It is a condition for reimbursement under subsection. 1, the housing organization in agreement with the National Building Fund finances efforts with funds from the housing organization's net worth,. §§ 19 and 20, to the extent it is economically feasible and justifiable. Landsbyggefonden may also conditional grants under subsection. 1 of the municipality to contribute to the social and preventive action.
PCS. 5. Landsbyggefonden can by similar rules and for the same purpose as mentioned in paragraph. 1 and 2 provide support to general youth housing owned by a private foundation and housing for the elderly owned by a private institution, a municipality or a region.
PCS. 6. Landsbyggefonden shall keep the Minister of Welfare on the distribution of commitments for grants under subsection. 1 and 2. Landsbyggefonden ensures moreover an ongoing exchange of experience and coordination of social and preventive measures in public housing estates and also ensures that before the end of 2010, an evaluation of the implemented initiatives' impact in relation to the public sector. The evaluation submitted to the Minister for Social Welfare.
§ 91 b. Landsbyggefonden can in the years 2007-2010 of the funds transferred to the land disposition fund provided. § 89, within an annual limit of 5 million. kr. pledging subsidies to promote innovation in construction. The grant can be fully or partially cover extra costs of innovation projects related to new construction or renovation of social housing, including projects on construction procurement ways of cooperation and organization building processes and building products, energy conservation, home and building design and operation and maintenance practices. Cost of which is supported by the National Building Fund, are not included in the calculation of cost, see. § 115 paragraph. 9, § 118. Landsbyggefonden ensures ongoing communication about innovation project results. Landsbyggefonden inform also regularly welfare minister on the distribution of aid commitments. Any unused amount can be transferred to the following year, including not used amount transferred in 2010 to 2011. The amount will be adjusted once a year with the net price index, beginning on 1 January 2008.
§ 91 c. The State and National Building Fund contributes in the years 2008-2011 each with 5 million. kr. annually for the establishment and operation of the social housing development center, see. § 172 a. National Building Fund contribution to the development center provided by funds transferred to the land disposition fund provided. § 89.
§ 92. Landsbyggefonden can of the funds are transferred to another reserve fund, providing support such as loans or grants to public housing units where there are so essential economic problems that these could jeopardize the fund's continuation. Aid can be granted to finance the necessary udbedrings-, straightening and maintenance work as well as for environmental improvements and other measures, including the compensation of accumulated operating deficits.
PCS. Second Landsbyggefonden During the period 2003-2008 the funds have been transferred to another reserve fund, and within an annual limit of 12.5 million. kr. subsidize public housing units with substantial financial problems or problems of a different nature to cover the expenses incurred by these departments in relation with the measures referred to in § 37 paragraph. 2. Landsbyggefonden can also use the funds to implement preventive work common to several departments. National Building Fund grants can be up to 50 per cent. of the cost of the measures. The remaining expenditure incurred by the local council and the housing organization. The first section. said frame adjusted on 1 January 2004 and 1 January 2005 by developments in the summary branch differentiated wage index. It then regulates the frame every year with the labor index for the private sector, beginning on 1 January 2006.
PCS. 3. Landsbyggefonden can by similar rules and for the same purpose as mentioned in paragraph. 1 support the general youth housing and housing for the elderly owned by a private institution, a municipality or a region, as well as retirement housing established by § 10 paragraph. 1 or § 11 paragraph. 2, no. 3 of the Act on retirement housing.

§ 92 a. Landsbyggefonden contribution of the funds transferred to the land disposition fund provided. § 89, to grant aid provided. § 130 and § 13 of the Law on retirement housing, by an amount equal to 25 per cent. performance support for housing with commitments under §§ 115, 117 and the former §§ 143 a to 143 d, see. Legislative Decree no. 857 of 8 August 2006, and commitments according to § 10 paragraph. 2 of the Act on retirement housing in each of the years 2007-2010. The contribution shall be paid to the state. Landsbyggefonden not contribute to the commitments announced as attempts by § 144.
PCS. 2. National Building Fund reimbursement for commitments announced in 2006 according to § 92 a paragraph. 1 of the Act on Social Housing, etc., see. Legislative Decree no. 857 of 8 August 2006 and contributions by paragraph. 1 determined definitively on 1 October of the second year following the commitment of the year as the present value of a calculated process for granting aid in each year based on the approved purchase prices prior to påbegyndelsestidspunktet. Municipal council has not approved an acquisition prior to påbegyndelsestidspunktet, used the acquisition cost of the time commitment. At calculation, the interest rate and inflation assumptions that underlie the budgeting of performance support in the Budget for the second year following the commitment year. Landsbyggefonden starts for each years of commitment the payment of reimbursement and contributions at the time when the present value of the remaining calculated performance support represents the Fund's total reimbursement or contribution.
§ 93. In case of any need, be Landsbyggefonden use at least 2/3 of the portion of the Fund's income, not from contributions by §§ 79-80 f, for the purposes mentioned in § 92. || | § 94. National Building Fund may also be used for:



1) Loans or grants for the purposes mentioned in § 90, § 91 paragraph. 1 and § 92 paragraph. 1, acquisition of land and subsequent settlement in mind, coverage of project costs for construction and purchase of buildings for the implementation of urban renewal and housing improvements.
2) Investment in loan and guarantee institutions for the promotion of social housing if the relevant institution approved by the Minister of Welfare, in manufacturing companies, whose purpose is to promote and improve public housing and urban renewal companies created by social housing organizations.
3) Grants for research and dissemination of experiences within the fund areas.
4) Funding of interdisciplinary studies of selected areas of social housing organizations and publication of the survey results.
5) The implementation of expenditure for the establishment of a nationwide Internet-based portal within a framework of 5 million. kr. and the operation thereof.


§ 95. National Building Foundation Board of Directors shall lay down rules on the scope and conditions for granting aid under §§ 90-92 and §§ 93 and 94. The rules approved by the Minister of Welfare.
PCS. 2. Welfare Minister may require the funds paid into the National Building Fund under §§ 80 ae, used for specific purposes within the country disposition fund and modernize the fund.
§ 96. Landsbyggefonden may condition the granting of aid according to § 92 paragraph. 1, of the local council and the housing organization, including any business manager organization or a cooperative contributes to solving the housing department's financial problems. The Fund may including requiring that housing organization uses the funds at its disposal under § 87. Landsbyggefonden may make the granting of retirement housing according to § 92 paragraph. 3, that the private care dwellings contribute to solving the friplejeboligers economic problems.
PCS. 2. Landsbyggefonden may condition the granting of aid according to § 91 paragraph. 1, § 91 a paragraph. 1 and 2 and § 92 paragraph. 1, that is sought Welfare Minister's approval of the sale by Chapter 5 a.
Special support for certain housing areas
§ 96 a. Permission for re-prioritization according to § 96 b paragraph. 1, and rent contributions according to § 96 d paragraph. 1, can be given to social housing departments, which on the basis of an overall assessment of each fund's conditions are important problems of an economic, social or any other, including high rent, high shifting frequency, high proportion of home-makers with social problems, violence, vandalism or deterioration of buildings and open spaces.

PCS. 2. Property Organisation's application for re-prioritization and rent contributions be sent to the National Building Fund. There must be endorsed by the municipal council in the municipality in which the social housing department is located. For the use of the National Building Fund option on re-prioritization and decision rents contribution should the housing association and the municipality draw up a master plan for how the department's problems could be remedied.
§ 96 b. Welfare Minister may on the recommendation of the National Building Fund and within a single framework for the annuity reduction due to reprioritisation of 80 million. kr. allow public housing department, where exceptional circumstances apply, see. § 96 a paragraph. 1, making reprioritisation of deposit loans, which benefit or have been granted purely security or performance security, as well as loans, which alone will provide a guarantee. The maturity can be extended to a maximum of 35 years.
PCS. 2. Refocusing loan may be granted with proceeds equivalent to the total or partial repayment of the outstanding debt on the balance of loans plus those associated with refocusing associated costs. By refocusing should the borrower not obtain cash proceeds.
PCS. 3. § 179 paragraph. 7, 1st-3rd section. and paragraphs. 8 shall apply mutatis mutandis.
§ 96 c. After refocusing reduced borrower's payment to the difference between the performance of the outstanding loans and the performance of the loans taken. The borrower's payment will now be controlled as previously referred. However paragraph. 2. § 179 paragraph. 4, 2nd and 3rd sentences. Shall apply mutatis mutandis.
PCS. 2. Pick up loans with the interest rate, adjusted borrower's payment until it corresponds to the service which the reprioritisation time can be calculated in a similar fixed rate loan.
PCS. 3. After reprioritisation continue the ongoing support so that aid shall be an amount equal to the difference between the borrower's payment and performance of the loans taken out, see. However paragraph. 2. Cash funds until the loan udamortisering appears in connection with the borrower's payment on the loans referred to in paragraph. 2 shall be paid for the economy. However, it must not happen deposit after the second section. If the amount per. quarter is less than 250 kr.
§ 96 d. Landsbyggefonden can of the funds are transferred to another reserve fund and within an overall framework of maximum 140 million. kr. annually providing support in the form of rent contribution to social housing units where exceptional circumstances apply, see. § 96 a paragraph. 1. Assistance may be used to reduce the rent, the financing of the renovation work, improving the environmental impacts and other specific measures.
PCS. 2. Rents Contributions granted as an ongoing operating aid to be determined as an annual amount in kroner per. m2. Landsbyggefonden can under the conditions mentioned in § 134, partly or wholly bring payment of rent contributions to an end.
PCS. 3. § 96 shall apply accordingly.
§ 96 e. The state reimburses the National Building Fund cost of rent contributions with a maximum of 100 million. kr. in 2001, 80 million. kr. in 2002 and 40 million. kr. in 2003. To the extent that the state's reimbursement each year a small sum, it can not be used amount transferred to the next year. Below amounts not used in 2003 be transferred to 2004.
PCS. 2. The State may grant loans to the National Building Fund to cover the fund's obligations under § 96 d paragraph. 1. The loan runs for welfare minister of Directors in line with the fund's opportunities to settle the loan.
§ 96 f. The municipal council may make grants, loans or guarantees for loans or for loss of rent for public housing departments that have significant problems of an economic, social or any other, as stated in § 96 a paragraph. 1.
PCS. 2. For loans under subsection. 1 lays municipal loans debt service and repayment terms, including payment of interest and principal payments first to start on a specified later time and under specified conditions. The local council can postpone the issue of commencement of interest and principal payments for a decision at a later date. Loans can either be provided to the National Building Fund for lending to social housing departments or directly to home wards. Municipal loans to Landsbyggefonden repaid before the National Building Fund loans.
PCS. 3. The municipal council shall determine the conditions for reimbursement.
PCS. 4. The municipal council may make the support of the National Building Fund, the housing organization and any manager organization contributes to solving the housing department's economic problems, including the housing organization uses funds according to § 87 are at its disposal.

§ 96 g. National Building Foundation Board of Directors shall lay down detailed rules on the issues mentioned in § 96 a, including the application procedure. National Building Foundation Board of Directors also lays down rules on the scope and terms of service of rent contributions according to § 96 d. The rules approved by the Minister of Welfare.
Proceeds Foundation
§ 96 h. For each housing, which has branches which are sold homes under Part 5 a, create an account in the revenue fund.
PCS. 2. Property Organization account revalued by the housing organization's payments according to § 80 f reduced by an amount equal to the costs which Landsbyggefonden are covered by § 96 mi housing organization departments.
PCS. 3. Property Organization receivable written down by the amount which is not used in accordance with § 96 of the paragraph. 1 and § 96 j paragraph. 1, 10 years after the account has been written up by the amount.
PCS. 4. Housing Organisation's account subject to interest equivalent to the Danish National Bank.
§ 96. The housing organization uses the funds are held on the housing organization's account with the proceeds of the fund, to cover an amount equal to the state and municipal cost of providing support and basic capital for social housing, as a division of the housing organization obtains commitments for under § 115 , PCS. 1, Nos. 1-4 and 6, after 31 December 2004.
PCS. 2. Property Organization coverage under subsection. 1 drawn on the housing organization's account and transferred to the revenue fund. Transferred amount for covering the proceeds of the fund's expenses for reimbursement to the state and municipalities according to § 96 k, paragraph. 1, and expenses according to § 89 c paragraph. 3-5 and § 96 l.
PCS. 3. Property Organization coverage under subsection. 1 is calculated at the time of approval of the final purchase price for the building and shall be an amount equal to the present value of the government grant support plus the cost of municipal capital base. In calculating the present value, the assumptions about interest rates, inflation and discount rate, which is the basis for the budgeting of government spending on benefit support for the approval time of the budget.
§ 96 j. Property Organization in accordance with paragraph. 2 mentioned assumptions also entitled to use the funds that are held on the housing organization's account with the proceeds of the fund, up to 10 per cent. of the revaluation of the housing organization's account in accordance with § 96 h paragraph. 2 for in § 20 paragraph. 2, the said purpose. Housing organization submits an application for payment of funds to the National Building Fund before the measures are implemented.
PCS. 2. It is a condition for the use of resources under paragraph. 1, the National Building Fund on the basis of an overall assessment of the factors underlying the application for the use of means, that the expenses incurred by the funds for it are appropriate and necessary in order to improve the department's situation and that the costs can not be financed otherwise, as is usual for social housing organizations or departments.
§ 96 k. By means of the proceeds of the Fund and within a framework established by paragraph. 2, reimburses Landsbyggefonden 40 per cent. of public support for the establishment of new social housing in municipalities where the sold homes under Part 5 a. 1st clause. applies for commitments granted after December 31, 2005 pursuant to § 115 paragraph. 1, Nos. 1-4 and 6
PCS. 2. The paragraphs. 1 that framework be established for each municipality where sold homes under Part 5 a. The frame set for the first time on 1 January 2006, and adjusted thereafter continuously, so that the frame is of an amount corresponding to the deposit proceeds from the sales realized in the municipality less



1) a contribution to the revenue fund expenditures according to § 89 c paragraph. 3-5, § 96 j, and §§ 96 l and 96 m,
2) The amount refunded under subsection. 1 and
3) amounts that are not refunded following paragraph. 1 10 years after the frame is adjusted by the amount.


PCS. 3. The frame is adjusted further once a year on 1 January with the net price index.
PCS. 4. Contributions by paragraph. 2, no. 1, determined on 1 January 2006 by the National Building Fund under rules be laid down by the Minister of Welfare. Landsbyggefonden can Welfare Minister's approval set a different contributions if this is necessitated in paragraph. 2, no. 1, those costs. Landsbyggefonden already regulates limits prescribed by paragraph. 2 accordingly.

PCS. 5. Reimbursement divided between the state and municipalities in proportion to their share of the total public funding referred to. Paragraphs. 6, and calculated for each undertaking on the basis of the acquisition cost at the time of the municipal council's final approval.
PCS. 6. The state's share of the refund under subsection. 1 will be finally determined on the basis of the present value of a calculated process for granting aid. At calculation, the assumptions about interest rates, inflation and discount rate, which is the basis for the budgeting of government spending on benefit support for it at the time of calculation current budget. The refund is paid once a year on 1 August to the state as the calculated process for granting aid. Landsbyggefonden can Welfare Minister's approval wholly or partially bring the payment of reimbursement to the state canceled if proceeds fund situation requires. The municipal share of reimbursement under paragraph. 1 fixed on the basis of the local cost of basic capital and paid to the municipality as a lump sum.
§ 96 l. By means of the proceeds Fund provides Landsbyggefonden an interest- and installment-free loan of 30 per cent. of the purchase price to the general tenants who buy their housing, see. § 75 s.
PCS. 2. The loan must have a registered security in the property within 80 per cent. of the purchase price.
PCS. 3. Landsbyggefonden charge a fee to cover the fund's expenses in connection with the administration of the loan, including in connection with rykningstilsagn.
§ 96 m. Of the funds in proceeds fund covers Landsbyggefonden public housing department costs



1) subdivision or splitting of the department's property which is not entirely attributable to the sold properties, see. § 10 of the Act on condominiums
2) assessment, which is not followed by a purchase, see. § 75 n paragraph. 4
3) loss of rent equivalent to a maximum of 6 months rent in connection with the offered vacant homes, see. § 75 k, which is not followed by a purchase
4) the housing organization's administration in connection with the sale, which is not followed by a purchase
5) loss related to the sale referred. § 75 s, paragraph. 7
6) preparing any condition report and information on the change of ownership and cost of ownership insurance for Chapter 1 of the Consumer Protection Act on the acquisition of real property and
7) compensation and proportional reduction of defects in the goods sold.


PCS. 2. Of the funds in proceeds fund covers Landsbyggefonden costs of any current contributions by owners of homes that sold after Chapter 5 a, are liable, see. § 156, first paragraph. 3.
PCS. 3. Welfare Minister shall lay down rules on the expenses covered by the National Building Fund.
§ 96 n. Welfare Minister may require funds in proceeds fund that are not used in accordance with § 89 paragraph. 3-5 and §§ 96 to 96-m, used for specified purposes within the National Building Fund purposes.
§ 96 o. National Building Foundation Board of Directors shall lay down rules on the conditions for not paying the net proceeds and the use of net proceeds and determining contributions under § 75 s, paragraph. 6 on the housing organizations reporting of sales in accordance with § 75 u, on revaluation, depreciation and return on the housing organizations' accounts according to § 96 h, the use of funds in accordance with § 96 j, for reimbursement of public support and regulation framework in accordance with § 96 k if payment reminders and redemption of and contributions in connection with interest-rate and interest-only loans under §§ 75 s and 96 l and the payment of expenses in accordance with § 96 m. the rules approved by the Minister of welfare.
Municipal guarantee and operating
§ 97. The municipal council may grant loans to public housing units in the municipality to in § 92 paragraph. 1, the said purpose where local support is estimated to be required for the department's continuation. The municipal council determines loan debt service and repayment terms, including payment of interest and principal payments first to start on a specified later time and under specified conditions. The local council can postpone the issue of commencement of interest and principal payments for a decision at a later date.
PCS. 2. Loans may be granted either to the National Building Fund for lending to social housing departments or directly to home wards.
PCS. 3. Municipal loans to Landsbyggefonden repaid before the National Building Fund loans.

PCS. 4. The municipal council may make the support of the National Building Fund, the housing organization and any manager organization contributes to solving the housing department's economic problems, including the housing organization uses funds according to § 87 are at its disposal.
§ 97 a. The municipal council may make grants to cover the cost of measures referred to in § 37 paragraph. 2, to the departments referred to in § 92 paragraph. 2. It is a prerequisite for municipal grants to the National Building Fund and the housing organization also participates in the costs.
§ 98. The municipal council may grant loan guarantees to see. § 118, paragraph. 3, 3rd clause., With a maximum term of 30 years for extraordinary renovation. The guarantee is calculated in accordance with § 127, 2nd-4th section.
PCS. 2. Paragraph. 1 and § 97 paragraph. 1 and 2 apply mutatis mutandis to general youth housing owned by a private foundation and housing for the elderly owned by a private institution, a municipality or a region. To in paragraph. 1 shall aim can Kommunekredit however, provide loans with a maximum maturity of 30 years for housing for the elderly owned by a municipality or region.
§ 98 a. Property Organisation's supreme authority can enter into an agreement with the local council for release of the property on which there are things like surrender for the municipality. Social institutions etc. of Chapters 12 located in an estate belonging to a department of housing, can not frikøbes.
PCS. 2. For an agreement to vend after paragraph. 1 local council may determine frikøbssummen to an amount that is lower than the market value of the repurchase clause, or not to require payment for the repeal of the clause.
PCS. 3. When redeeming following paragraph. 1, the housing organization in agreement with the National Building Fund finance frikøbet with funds from equity to the extent economically justifiable.
PCS. 4. The Fund may raise loans, cf. § 118, paragraph. 3, 3rd clause., With a maximum maturity of 35 years to finance the part of frikøbssummen not covered in paragraph. 3 said funds. § 91 paragraph. 5 shall apply mutatis mutandis. The local council may guarantee the loans. The guarantee is calculated in accordance with § 127, 2nd-4th section.
PCS. 5. Landsbyggefonden may apply to housing organization of the funds are transferred to another reserve fund, providing support in the form of grant support for it in the paragraph. 4, the loans in order to reduce the rent increase resulting from borrowing. The Fund may also provide an operational contribution over a short period to ensure a gradual transition to the rent increase resulting from borrowing less performance support under the 1st clause. In addition, the fund may grant a special operating contribution to housing organizations with branches, where the rent increase as a result of frikøbet will lead to such significant financial difficulties, these could jeopardize the funds' continuation. The Fund may condition its support of the local council and the housing organization, including any business manager organization or a cooperative contributes financially. Performance Support, operating contributions and specific operating contribution granted as loans for housing association and settled in line with the organization's ability to repay the loan with funds from equity.
PCS. 6. National Building Foundation Board of Directors shall lay down rules on the scope and conditions for granting aid, operating contributions and specific operating contribution by paragraph. 5. The rules approved by the Minister of Welfare.
PCS. 7. State may grant loans to the National Building Fund to cover the fund expenditure by paragraph. 5. The loan runs for welfare minister of Directors in line with the fund's opportunities to settle the loan.
§ 98 b. For housing for the elderly owned by a private institution, independent youth and senior housing and public housing, etc., which have been promised government assistance under this Act, formerly housing laws, former construction support laws, former student support laws or the former ældreboliglov institution may conclude agreement with the local council for release of the property, if there are things like surrender for the municipality.
PCS. 2. When redeeming following paragraph. 1, the institution must finance frikøbet with funds from equity to the extent economically justifiable.
PCS. 3. For the part of frikøbssummen that are not covered by funds under paragraph. 2, the institution may Welfare Minister of Culture loans with a maximum maturity of 35 years.
PCS. 4. § 98 a paragraph. 2 and paragraph. 4, 3rd and 4th section. Shall apply mutatis mutandis.
youth Housing

§ 99. Welfare Minister may on the Treasury's behalf in each of the academic years from 2000-2001 to 2007-2008 grant subsidies to reduce the rent for student housing. Housing benefits can only be granted to the student housing, as in the academic year 1999-2000 has received rent subsidies according to § 99 of the Act on Social Housing and Subsidised Private Housing Cooperatives etc., see. Legislative Decree no. 102 of 17 February 1999.
PCS. Second Housing benefits under subsection. 1 provided by the welfare minister arrangements based on the paid rental subsidies for the academic year 1999-2000, so that the subsidy with effect from the academic year 2000-01 spread over a maximum of 8 years. Welfare Minister may, however, in academic years 2000-01 to 2002-03 on the recommendation of the Supervisor municipality prolong the phaseout period, if deemed to be necessary for youth homes continuation.
PCS. 3. The particular crisis loans granted to student housing with support from the Parliamentary Finance Committee in fiscal years 1975-76 and 1976-77, repayable in accordance with the originally stipulated conditions, see. However paragraph. 6
PCS. 4. For student housing, with support from the Parliamentary Finance Committee has received deferred payment of interest and repayment of government loans, repayment under the original conditions laid down as the life is prolonged with the grace period provided. However paragraph. 6. The outstanding debt is calculated plus interest and fees accrued during the grace period.
PCS. 5. Where there are no conditions for the repayment of loans by paragraph. 3 and 4, the Minister of Welfare, the terms of repayment.
PCS. 6. The repayment of the loan in accordance with paragraph. 3 and 4 commenced when rent allowance under subsection. 1 is fully settled. Welfare Minister may on the recommendation of the Supervisor municipality extend the repayment period, if considered necessary for youth homes continuation.
§ 100. The municipal council may provide warranty and on behalf of the state grant commitments on granting aid to repair of damage to buildings and major extraordinary renovation, including the modernization and energy conservation measures in the youth housing, which has received pledges of support before 1 July 1986 pursuant to byggestøtte- , kollegiestøtte- or housing legislation is approved according to § 67 paragraph. 1, no. 8, in the previous law on housing or authorized under § 2. 2. Support may be granted to the extent that expenses are not covered by compensation through insurance or by the granting of aid according to § 91 paragraph. 1.
PCS. 2. Cost of works under paragraph. 1 financed by loans, see. § 118, paragraph. 3. The borrower's payment of his loan regulated in accordance with § 129, constitute borrower paying 2.15 per cent. of the building costs. Adjustment is done until the borrower's payment corresponding to the total payments on the loan. By financing loans with the interest rate is adjusted borrower's payment until it corresponds to the service which at the time of borrowing can be calculated in a similar fixed rate loan. Cash and cash equivalents generated in connection with the borrower's payment on the loan with the interest rate paid to the Economy Agency.
PCS. 3. Performance Support shall be an amount equal to the difference between the total payments on the loan and the borrower's payment.
PCS. 4. The municipality shall reimburse the state a share of the grant aid following paragraph. 3. The proportion determined by the Minister for Social Welfare in connection with the establishment of loans in accordance with § 118 paragraph. 3.
PCS. 5. Performance Support is granted in accordance with § 130 paragraph. 2 and § 134.
PCS. 6 pieces. 6. The local council can provide a loan guarantee under paragraph. 2. The warranty is calculated in accordance with § 127, 2nd-4th section.
PCS. 7. Support under paragraph. 1 can only be granted on condition that the local council is liable for any loss of youth dwellings future operations. This warranty does not cover loss, as without the risk of letting difficulties can be run over a shorter period. Any expenditure by warranty may be held in accordance with paragraph. 8.
PCS. 8. The local authority may in exceptional, extraordinary cases pledging municipal loans to the alignment of the economy in youth homes that have been granted under paragraph. 1. The municipal loan must have oprykkende pledge for the loan.
PCS. 9. Loans under subsection. 8 is interest-free. They repaid when the property's economy after the lender's discretion permits, see. § 126, 2nd sentence. Repayment must be initiated no later than 35 years after its disbursement.
PCS. 10. Local council decisions under paragraph. 1 can not be appealed to any other administrative authority.

§ 101. For youth homes that have received funding under this Act or under byggestøtte-, student support or housing legislation or approved in accordance with § 2. 1 and 2, the municipality in which the homes are located, each year a grant equal to the size of the municipal land that youth housing pay.
§ 102. Welfare Minister shall determine the National Building Fund grant of performance support and subsidies under §§ 89 b-92 and 93-96, § 96 d, calculation and determination of reimbursement according to § 92 a, orientation, etc. of the Minister of Welfare in accordance with § 91, paragraph . 9 phaseout of temporary subsidies and municipal reporting of eligible housing in accordance with § 99, as well as for the allocation of performance support to repair of damage to buildings and major renovations etc., under § 100. Welfare Minister lays down further detailed rules on re-prioritization according to §§ 96 b, 96 c and 96 e.
PCS. Second Welfare Minister may direct the Fund to waive or partially waive funds to be used with the exception of funds paid in accordance with § 80 f and housing organizations' funds in accordance with § 87 for purposes other than those in § 92 a paragraph. 1 said, if deemed necessary to ensure that the Fund complies with its obligations.
Chapter 8
General provisions for new construction
§ 103. In order to ensure appropriate planning of housing and other construction on socio-economic considerations, including construction needs and build capacity, Welfare Minister can decide on the regulation of the construction company, including setting time limits for commencement and conduct of construction.
§ 104. The municipal council's distribution of aid for social housing should be based on an overall assessment of the situation on the local housing market and the need for new subsidized housing in the municipality. The distribution should take into account the rental situation in the area where the building is intended to be implemented, including the housing needs in areas where there is abandonment of dwellings in connection with urban renewal or kondemneringsvirksomhed or implementation of street and road construction and other public facilities.
PCS. 2. The municipal council shall annually conduct an inventory of the number of vacant public housing, housing in the independent youth institutions and homes for the elderly belonging to private institutions and pension funds listed with government support, which causes the settlements a rental loss. The municipal council shall on this basis assess the cause of unemployment in the construction sector and take measures to reduce this.
§ 105. The municipal council shall ensure that when necessary to provide housing for the elderly, which can be rented to elderly and disabled people who have a special need for such housing.
PCS. 2. The regions or municipalities may entrust to private institutions and housing associations to be barley and operator of housing for the elderly, provided with special emphasis on serving people with significant and permanent physical or mental impairment.
PCS. 3. The homes can be provided as housing for the elderly under this Act or municipally funded housing.
§ 106. Confirmation of support can only be given if the construction work covered by the undertaking has not commenced.
§ 107. To cover the state's administrative expenditure should be beneficiaries of social housing as well as beneficiaries of grants for service areas pay a fee of 2 per thousand of the prior commencement approved acquisition price excluding fees. To cover the municipality's costs of supporting casework municipality may impose on beneficiaries of paying a fee.
Layouts of the units, arrangement, etc.
§ 108. Subsidised housing must be organized according to rational, productivity-enhancing construction methods and pursued for the lowest possible price, taking into account the quality. The dwellings will be without the luxury touches, but equipped and configured so that they meet the boligsøgendes reasonable demands for housing of the species. The social housing must have a satisfactory design of planned and technically. The developer must provide necessary requirements for building other parties on the architectural treatment of the building, on quality assurance in the implementation and operation of the building and the total economic assessments. There must as far as possible take ecological concerns. Acquisition costs must be sought kept within a framework that allows such a rent level that dwellings can be expected rented.

§ 109. General family dwellings gross floor area shall not exceed 110 m2, see. However paragraph. 5. Part of dwellings area may be arranged as a common living space for more homes.
PCS. 2. In social housing, which is shown as dense, low buildings of one floor with a gross floor area of ​​85 m2 or more, there must be at least one bathroom with a toilet with a clear maneuvering area with a diameter of at least 1.5 m. || | PCS. 3. Each family dwelling shall be provided with separate toilet, bath and kitchen with running water and proper sewer hook. The municipal council may authorize that social housing is not provided with independent kitchen, where the family homes arranged as shared housing.
PCS. 4. General Youth dwellings gross floor area shall not exceed 50 m2.
PCS. 5. The local council may allow social housing built with a gross floor area greater than 110 m2 for renting to households with at least four members, of which at least one member is severely physically disabled. It is a precondition that the property meets the requirements laid down for housing for the elderly, see. § 110.
PCS. 6. The municipal council is liable for any loss of rent due to difficulties in rental housing built after paragraph. 5.
PCS. 7. The local authority may by notification made to the construction of housing in accordance with paragraph. 5 reserve officer law. The rules of § 59 paragraph. 1, on the municipality's payment of rent and guarantee of the provision of housing's obligation to restore the property upon vacating apply mutatis mutandis.
§ 110. General older homes need in terms of equipment and design be particularly adapted for use for the elderly and persons with disabilities, including wheelchair users. § 109 paragraph. 1 shall apply accordingly.
PCS. 2. Each senior housing must be provided with separate toilet, bath and kitchen with running water and proper sewer hook. The municipal council or regional council may in special cases decide that older homes are not equipped with independent kitchen.
PCS. 3. From each dwelling must be contactable quick assistance at any time of day.
PCS. 4. Interior of access conditions must be suitable for the disabled. In older homes provided by the arrangement of existing residential buildings, the municipal council in special cases where the property decor makes it necessary, allow not installing elevator.
Insurance and valuation
§ 111. The property must be insured against fire in an insurer FSA authorization to operate the building fire insurance company.
§ 112. A value of the property determined on the basis of an assessment of the property's total purchase exclusive deposits to credit institutions. Welfare Minister may lay down guidelines in this regard.
§ 113. Welfare Minister shall lay down regulations in §§ 103, 104 and 106-110 hereof.
PCS. 2. Economic and Business Affairs may lay down rules on construction during winter.
§ 114. The provisions of §§ 103-108, § 109, paragraph. 5-7 and §§ 110-112 apply correspondingly to housing for the elderly, which is owned by a municipality or region.
PCS. 2. The provisions of §§ 103-108 and §§ 110-112 apply correspondingly to independent housing for the elderly.
PCS. 3. The provisions of §§ 103, 104, 106-108, 111 and 112 apply mutatis mutandis to independent general student housing.
Chapter 9
Financing of new construction
Commitment Dealing
§ 115. The municipal council in the municipality where housing is intended to be established can on behalf of the government pledging performance support for a social housing referred. However, § 116, paragraph. 2 for the construction of social housing by



1) new construction,
2) loading and extension of social housing departments properties
3) acquisition and subsequent conversion to social housing to existing buildings not used for residential purposes and the acquisition, conversion or acquisition with subsequent conversion to in § 109 paragraph. 5, said social housing,
4) work or purchase of any subsequent conversion of existing residential buildings that are not built with public aid if the homes established as social housing, are arranged as group homes, provided there is a growth of residential units,
5) conversion or acquisition with retrospective conversion of existing properties where the homes are established as general youth housing, provided there is an increment of housing,

6) refurbishment of social dwellings for young, in connection with the rebuilding labeled as profit family and senior housing,
7) reconstruction or acquisition with retrospective conversion of existing properties where the homes established as housing for the elderly,
8) acquisition of unused attics and right to påbygge additional floors and subsequent establishment of penthouses in the buildings used for private rental residential and public housing departments properties
9) acquisition of existing residential buildings for conversion to social housing, if the local authority provides evidence that as a result of the sale by Chapter 5 a has occurred in special need of family housing, which can not be met by the establishment of homes for Nos. 1-3 and if welfare minister's approval.


PCS. 2. The municipal council in the municipality where housing is intended to be established can on behalf of the government pledging performance support for municipal housing for the elderly and to private institutions, see. However, § 116, paragraph. 2 for the construction of housing for the elderly, including housing for the elderly, who adapted especially to serve people with significant and permanent physical or mental impairment, created by



1) new construction,
2) conversion or acquisition and subsequent renovation of existing properties.


PCS. 3. The municipal council of the municipality, which by. January 1, 1996 owned or had entered into an operating agreement with a nursing home, which is located in another municipality, on behalf of the government pledging performance support for reconstruction of the nursing home for housing for the elderly. The homes included under paragraph. 6 as being located in the municipality that is entitled to make the commitment.
PCS. 4. The municipal council in the municipality where the regional council on the basis of the annual framework agreement with the region's municipalities to establish housing for the elderly, who adapted especially to serve people with significant and permanent physical or mental impairment, may, on their behalf pledging performance support for their establishment by



1) new construction,
2) reconstruction or acquisition with subsequent transformation of existing institutions established by the previous assistance Law § 112, § 92 of the former Social Services Act and § 108 of the Social Services Act.


PCS. 5. The municipal council in the municipality where housing is intended to be established can on behalf of the government pledging grant support to private institutions, see. However, § 116, paragraph. 2, the establishment of social youth housing, created by



1) new construction,
2) reconstruction or acquisition with subsequent conversion of existing buildings, provided that there is a growth of housing.


PCS. 6. Reports municipal commitment to new public housing, the municipal welfare minister any request be able to demonstrate that the total number of vacant dwellings in the municipality calculated in accordance with point 2. That the commitment date as a result of letting difficulties inflict those departments and settlements rental loss, not exceeding 2 per cent. The statement included the total number of vacant public housing, youth dwellings belonging to an independent youth institution and older homes belonging to a private foundation or a pension fund, whichever is announced commitments to public support under this Act, previous laws on housing, or the former Act on Housing for the Elderly and persons with disabilities.
PCS. 7. The local authority may not make a commitment to the decor of profit family and senior housing condominiums, which has received aid under the previous law on social assistance or the Social Services Act.
PCS. 8. The local council can not make commitments in accordance with paragraph. 1-5, if there are things like an option to purchase the property.
PCS. 9. Welfare Minister shall determine the maximum amount of the purchase price for public construction. If the building is constructed on leased land, reduced the maximum amount applicable at the time of the municipal council's approval of the purchase price prior to the commencement, with 20 per cent. The finally approved the acquisition of non-profit housing with commitments under subsection. 1-5 or § 117 paragraph. 1 may not exceed the maximum amount applicable at the time of the municipal council's approval of the purchase price prior to the commencement.

§ 116. It is a prerequisite for municipal commitment to social housing organizations in accordance with § 115 paragraph. 1 pt. 1, for independent senior housing public institutions in accordance with § 115 paragraph. 2, no. 1, and to the independent public youth institutions in accordance with § 115 paragraph. 5, no. 1 to the receiving undertaking are appointed following an open competition among builders referred to in paragraph. 2.
PCS. 2. The local authority may on the basis of the paragraph. 1 mentioned competition appoint and announce commitment on granting aid for new building in accordance with § 115 paragraph. 1 pt. 1. 2, no. 1, and paragraphs. 5, no. 1, to social housing organizations and independent public youth or senior housing institutions. The local authority may also grant aid commitments to social housing organizations, general manager organizations, non-profit cooperatives and other builders, who undertake to build public housing for the transfer no later than on the date of start to a social housing or an independent public youth or senior home institution. It is a condition for agreeing to a builder who conducts public housing for the transfer, that by the time commitment is an agreement on the transfer to a social housing or an independent public youth or senior home institution.
PCS. 3. The transfer under subsection. 2 fixed transfer sum equivalent to the costs which at the time of transfer can be included in the construction cost of acquisition. To the extent paid grundkapitallån and admitted backed loans, enters the transferee as the debtor for these loans.
PCS. 4. Welfare Minister may lay down rules on that paragraph. 1 in special cases does not apply.
§ 117. The municipal council in the municipality where housing is intended to be established can on behalf of the government pledging performance support for an independent youth institution which has received pledges of support under byggestøtte-, kollegiestøtte- or housing legislation or approved in accordance with § 67, paragraph . 1, no. 8, in the previous law on housing, the establishment of independent youth housing by the application or extension to the independent youth institution property.
PCS. 2. The rules of this Act § 104. 1, §§ 106-108, § 109, paragraph. 4, § 115, paragraph. 8, §§ 118, 118 a, 121, 127-130, 132-139 and 144, shall apply mutatis mutandis for independent youth housing with support provided by paragraph. 1.
PCS. 3. Up until 35 years after the recording of the mortgage pays the independent youth institution the cash generated in connection with the borrower's payment referred to. § 129, exceeds his loan to the National Building Fund, which transfers funds for new fund see. § 89 b. from 36 years after the recording of the mortgage pays the independent youth institution with a commitment by paragraph. 1, 1/3 of the cash generated in connection with the borrower's payment referred to. § 129, the National Building Fund, which transfers the funds to the new building fund. 2/3 of the cash generated in connection with udamortiserede priorities used in accordance with § 20 paragraph. 2, or rules stipulated under § 32.
PCS. 4. Independent Youth Housing with commitments under subsection. 1 is also covered by the rules of the Act on housing and the regulations issued pursuant to it as referred. § 187, paragraph. 1, apply for or referred. § 187, paragraph. 3, apply for independent youth institutions.
Financing and warranty
§ 118. The acquisition price of public housing in accordance with § 115 paragraph. 1-3 and 5, financed by 84 per cent. loans, 14 per cent. municipal basic capital and 2 percent. resident deposits, listed. However, § 118 a.
PCS. 2. The purchase price of public housing in accordance with § 115 paragraph. 4 financed by 84 per cent. loans, 14 per cent. regional basic capital and 2 percent. resident deposits, listed. However, § 118 a.
PCS. 3. Welfare Minister shall issue rules on the loans to be used for financing. The loans have a maximum maturity of 35 years. Loans must be based on mortgage bonds, covered bonds or covered mortgage bonds.
§ 118 a. For commitment to the establishment of assisted living facilities, see. § 5, paragraph. 2, in accordance with § 115 paragraph. 1 pt. 1, 2, 6, 7 and 8 and paragraph. 2-4 communicated in 2008, increased the mortgages that are listed in § 118 paragraph. 1 and 2, to 91 per cent., While the municipal capital which is mentioned in § 118, paragraph. 1, reduced to 7 per cent., And the regional capital which is mentioned in § 118, paragraph. 2, reduced to 7 per cent.
§ 119. The housing for the elderly, built and operated by a municipality or a region, loans may be granted by KommuneKredit.
Contributed capital

§ 120. Grundkapitallån paid by the National Building Fund. In order to bring the fund is able to carry out its lending operations under this chapter may municipalities or regions provide loans to the National Building Fund for lending to housing associations.
PCS. 2. Has the housing organization acquired the land by the municipality or region, can the municipality or the region's loan corrected totally or partially in the form of a transfer to Landsbyggefonden indemnity for the land within its value.
§ 121. If the housing for the elderly built or arranged by a municipality, a region or an autonomous public institution or constructed in accordance with § 116 paragraph. 2, for the transfer to an independent public senior housing institution, depositor municipality or region's basic capital. When entered the homes by § 116 paragraph. 2, the municipal authority may require bank guarantees for basic capital loan. The bank guarantee shall consist, for the building is handed over to an independent institution and mortgage bond is registered without endorsements. The provisions of § 124, paragraph. 1, § 125, paragraph. 1 and § 126, 1st-3rd section. shall apply mutatis mutandis.
§ 122. The municipalities or regional loans to the National Building Fund are interest-free.
PCS. 2. The loans are interest-only until 50 years after it was commissioned by the estate, for which construction fund has provided loans. When the loans are repaid to the Fund referred to. § 126, pay the fund the repayments services to the municipality or region.
§ 123. Payment of municipal or regional loans must be made at the times and to the extent deemed necessary for Landsbyggefonden to dispose of the funds of reply to the IMF under the provisions of § 125.
§ 124. The loan from the National Building Fund must have oprykkende pledge for loans from credit institutions authorized in accordance with § 16 of the Act on Financial Business Act. However, § 133.
PCS. 2. Fund mortgages will serve as security for the loans paid by the municipality or region. The fund mortgages can not without the municipal council or regional council consent sold, pledged or be subject to individual prosecutions from other creditors.
§ 125. The Fund's loans paid for land acquisition and construction design and execution. When entered the homes by § 116 paragraph. 2, can Landsbyggefonden require bank guarantees for basic capital loan. The bank guarantee shall consist, for the building is handed over to a social housing and mortgage bond is registered without endorsements.
PCS. 2. The Fund's loan is paid in cash at par.
§ 126. Fund loans are interest-free. It is repaid when the property's economy after the fund's discretion allow, including when the property economy can be improved by re-prioritization or changed conditions for construction, for example. an increase in the general rent level, justify it. Repayment must be initiated no later than 50 years after the commissioning of the property. The municipal council or regional council may require the Fund takes into consideration whether the deferred amortization must cease.
Municipal and regional guarantees
§ 127. It is a prerequisite for commitment on granting aid to the local council or regional council guarantees for loans by § 118. The warranty covers the part of the loan at the time of raising the loan is secured by mortgages exceeding 60 per cent. of property value. The warranty covers any time such a large part of the outstanding debt and any payments due, as the original guarantee amount accounted for by the principal. The portion of the debt outstanding that are not covered by the warranty, have a lien prior to the guaranteed part of the outstanding debt.
§ 127 a. The state provides additional guarantee for loans in housing covered by commitments to public support under this Act, the former byggestøtte-, kollegiestøtte- and housing laws or the Act on Housing for Elderly and Disabled Persons granted before april 7, 2008, which receive or have received public guarantee in accordance with the relevant provisions of the said legislation and released to or recorded as loans based on covered bonds or covered mortgage bonds. The additional warranty covers the part of the outstanding debt, which is secured by mortgages exceeding 60 per cent. of the property value at the time of the loan release or uptake, which is not covered by another public guarantee. The portion of the outstanding debt, not covered by a warranty, lien prior to the guaranteed part of the outstanding debt.
§ 128. municipality or region to guarantee the repayment of lease premium, which is not covered by bankruptcy.
Resident Payment and performance support

§ 129. The borrower's payment on loans, see. §§ 118 and 119, calculated first 3 months after borrowing as 3.4 per cent. pa of the building's purchase price. The amount is adjusted annually by 75 per cent. the increase in the consumer price index or index for the private sector, where this is increased less. Adjustments are made for the first time in the first period in the loan two years and the last time in the first forward 35 years after taking out the loan. By regulating the net price index used a 12-month period ending in June of the year before the fiscal adjustment relates. By regulating the wage index for the private sector used a 12-month period ending in February, the year before the fiscal adjustment relates. Falling above wage index, reduced the amount of the whole year-round percent decrease. Is the net price index unchanged or declining, while the wage index is stable or increasing, adjusted borrower's payment does not.
PCS. 2. In addition to payment under paragraph. 1 pays the borrower also ongoing contribution of loans referred to in paragraph. 1.
§ 130. Performance Support by § 115 calculated in relation to the acquisition, the local council approves after the finishing. Performance Support shall be an amount equal to the difference between the total payments on the loan and the borrower's payment.
PCS. 2. The grant assistance shall be granted with effect from the loan was raised and paid in arrears related to the in mortgages fixed dates. Payment shall be made to the lender on the basis of an itemized statement from the department.
PCS. 3. Support for § 115 can only be given if the municipality or region shall give assistance as set out in §§ 120-127, and the borrower pays his loan in accordance with the rules of § 129.
§ 131. At commitment to support the rebuilding of homes for social housing in accordance with § 115 paragraph. 1 pt. 7, paragraph. 2, no. 2. 3 and paragraph. 4, no. 2, aid shall be calculated in accordance with § 118 on the value of the existing property plus the cost of rebuilding.
PCS. 2. For public housing, which is converted to be leased to another group of people, including rebuilding, maintained announced commitments for public support on the same terms. Upon conversion of general youth housing the local council's decision to what extent already announced government support to be reduced.
§ 132. Under the same conditions as applicable to state aid the district council can provide performance support for social housing.
§ 133. When financing by means other than those specified in Chapter 9 may be granted if the terms of the loan can be approved by the Minister of Welfare.
§ 134. Welfare Minister may fully or partially bring the payment of interest rate hedging, interest contributions, repayment contribution or grant aid to an end, if the property economy improved or changed conditions for construction justify it, including that there is an increase in the general rent level.
Younger physically disabled
§ 134 a. (Repealed)
Housing for people with significant and permanent physical or mental impairment
§ 134 b. (Repealed)
Housing for people with dementia
§ 134 c. (Repealed)
Temporary relief housing
§ 134 d. (Repealed)
Ungdomsbolig Contributions
§ 135. The municipal council may, on behalf of the government pledging youth contribution to the general youth housing, which is pledged by § 115 paragraph. 1 pt. 1, 2 and 5 and paragraph. 5, to the extent the homes inhabited by young students or other young people with socially conditioned needs.
§ 136. Ungdomsbolig contribution is a fixed amount per. m2 gross floor area. The contribution will be the first time 3 months after taking out the loan. The contribution is adjusted annually by. 1 January by 75 per cent. the increase in the net price index.
PCS. 2. When renting determining reduced the rent for dwellings let to the persons entitled, with a proportionate share of the contribution.

§ 137. Økonomistyrelsen pay youth directly contributed to the social housing which youth housing belongs. Every year, by 1 December report housing organization through the municipal council for the economy expected støtteberettigende rental extent in the following year. Ungdomsbolig contribution will be paid every following quarter as a down payment. By 15 February of the year following the year in which the report after the second section. includes showdown housing organization the final rental extent of youth housing for the eligible persons for that year. This statement shall be certified by a chartered or certified accountant and sent through the local council for the economy. Economy Agency will then make the final statement of the past year countervailable subsidies and regulates Q2 paid youth contribution too much or too little on account paid youth contributions that year.
PCS. 2. Economy Department collects the municipal share of the youth helped with the local council in the municipality in once a year in the second quarter in connection with the Finance Agency's final statement of payment of youth contributions.
PCS. 3. The rules in paragraphs. 1 and 2 also applies to housing associations, which are announced commitments in the period 1 January 1997 to 31. December 1998.
§ 138. Welfare Minister may fully or partially bring the payment of youth contributions to an end, if the property economy improved or changed conditions for the construction grounds, including an increase in the general rent level.
§ 139. The municipality shall reimburse the state 20 per cent. of the cost of youth contributions.
Service areas
§ 140. The municipal council may, on behalf of the government pledging support for:



1) Establishment of the in § 5, paragraph. 6, said service areas.
2) Conversion of the in § 5, paragraph. 6, said service areas, provided service areas will be much better suited to serve the residents.


PCS. 2. Subsidies under paragraph. 1 can be granted to municipalities, regions, private institutions and social housing associations.
§ 141. The subsidy for the service areas represent 40,000 kr. Per. housing, not exceeding 60 per cent. of the acquisition cost of the service area. The subsidy is paid as a lump subsidies paid when the purchase price is finally approved for both service areas such as the housing, service areas established in connection with.
PCS. 2. Approval of a subsidy may be granted only if they work, which aid is requested, has not begun.
§ 142. The municipal council may approve the addition in § 141 that amount, expenses of the establishment of the in § 5, paragraph. 6, referred to service areas.
PCS. 2. The provisions of § 173 apply mutatis mutandis to grant for the establishment of service areas under §§ 140-142.
§ 142 a. (Repealed)
Special support for the establishment of social housing and service areas
§ 142 b. Within the financial frameworks stipulated in the annual Finance Acts, the Minister of Welfare provide specific support to cover expenses, including cover municipal costs associated with the establishment of social housing and service areas.
General provisions
§ 143. The provisions of § 115 paragraph. 3, 4, 6 and 7, § 118, §§ 127-134 and §§ 140-142 apply mutatis mutandis to non-profit housing for the elderly.
PCS. 2. The provisions of § 115 paragraph. 6, §§ 121 and 127-130, § 131, paragraph. 2 and §§ 132-134 and 136-139 apply correspondingly to independent general student housing.
PCS. 3. Welfare Minister shall lay down regulations in §§ 115, 116, paragraph. 1-3, 117, 130, paragraph. 2, 131, 136, 137, 140, 142 and 142 b hereof.
Chapter 9 a
Independent senior housing institutions with better terms
(Repealed)
Chapter 9 b
Unsubsidised social care homes
§ 143. Unsubsidised social care homes is a former childcare places in nursing homes and sheltered housing, on 31 December 2002, subject to § 140 of the Act on Social Services, which is owned and rented by a municipality or region, and the local council has turned into unsubsidised social care homes.
§ 143 j. Act for municipal housing for the elderly applies equally to unsubsidised social care homes, see. However, §§ 143 k 143 p.

§ 143 k. By converting to unsubsidised social care homes establishes municipal comparing rent corresponding to the rent for similar homes for the elderly, including assisted living, in the municipality as location, size, quality, equipment and maintenance mode. The rent must be at least equal to the costs associated with the operation, excl. capital expenditure.
§ 143 l. Upon conversion to unsubsidised social care homes in the municipality sets a compensatory amount equal to the difference between the comparison rent and the expenses associated with the operation.
PCS. 2. A positive compensatory amounts entering the municipality and included in the profit and loss account for the homes as an expense. The amount will not be adjusted.
PCS. 3. A negative compensatory amount covered by the municipality and included in the profit and loss account for the homes as income.
PCS. 4. Balance rent, see. § 45 paragraph. 1, corresponds to the expenses associated with the operation after or adding a positive compensatory amounts and less of a negative compensatory amount.
§ 143 m. By converting to unsubsidised social care homes the landlord have the deed to the property.
§ 143 n. The rules of § 91 paragraph. 8 and § 92 paragraph. 3, for support from the National Building Fund does not apply to unsubsidised social care homes.
§ 143 o. The local council has told you the right to unsubsidised social care homes.
§ 143 p. Unsubsidised social care homes can not be rebuilt with the support under this Act.
Unsubsidised private care homes
§ 143 q. The rules in §§ 143 s and 143 s applies to unsubsidised private care homes, see. § 1. 5, of the Rent Act.
§ 143 s. The rules of § 55 paragraph. 5, § 56, § 57 paragraph. 1 and 2, following. However paragraph. 3, § 58 c and § 64 paragraph. 1, on the lease and assignment of public housing for the elderly applies equally to unsubsidised private care homes owned and rented by a municipality or region.
PCS. 2. The rules in § 54, without. Prejudice to paragraph. 3, § 55, stk. 1-4, 6 and 8, § 56, § 58 c and § 64 paragraph. 1, on the lease and assignment of independent housing for the elderly apply equally to independent unsubsidised private care homes.
PCS. 3. Authorization The right to in § 54 paragraph. 2 and § 57 paragraph. 2, said housing exercised by the municipal council.
§ 143 p. Unsubsidised private care homes can not be rebuilt with the support under this Act.
§ 143 t. Welfare Minister shall lay down regulations in §§ 143 k and 143 l hereof.
PCS. 2. Welfare Minister shall lay down rules on the conditions that must be met in order to transform former childcare places in nursing homes and sheltered housing for unsubsidised social or private care homes, including rules on the submission of resolution on the transformation, determining the cut-off date for conversion, alerting residents by conversion and minimum requirements for the content of the agreement between the municipality and the landlord.
Chapter 10
attempts
§ 144. In order to promote opportunities for launching experiments with new construction methods, forms of housing or circumstances relating to the operation of non-profit housing, including rental and the assignment of public housing, the Minister for Social Welfare in special cases allow the for-profit housing provisions waived.
§§ 145-146. (Repealed)
§ 146 a. In order to promote the development of housing initiatives for vulnerable groups can the Minister of Welfare provide promised a grant to study with the establishment of new types of housing for vulnerable groups within the financial allocation stipulated in the annual Finance Acts.
§ 147. In order to boost productivity and efficiency in social housing can Welfare Minister on behalf of housing associations offer framework agreements for the construction of subsidized new construction of family and senior housing. Welfare Minister may on the basis of the tenders conclude framework agreements with a number of suppliers of housing on behalf of the social housing organizations. Decision on the conclusion of a framework agreement adopted on the recommendation of an advisory jury of expert representatives of local authorities, housing associations, architects and planners.
§ 148. (Repealed)
§ 149. Welfare Minister shall lay down regulations in this chapter hereof.
Chapter 10 a
Alternative housing for young
(Repealed)
Chapter 11
Byggeskadefonden

§ 150. Byggeskadefonden is a private foundation that aims to provide support for repair of damage which have their cause in respect of the construction of the building. The fund's objective is to further conduct inspections of construction and contribute to the experience of the construction process and construction in order to reduce building damage and help to promote quality and efficiency in construction.
PCS. 2. Welfare Minister may approve the fund participates in other activities designed to promote building quality and efficiency, including making capital injections into companies.
PCS. 3. Welfare Minister may approve that paragraph. 2 can also be used for housing projects which are not covered by § 151 paragraph. 1.
§ 151. Foundation include:



1) New construction and rebuilding after §§ 115 and 117.
2) New construction and alterations, which has received commitments for public support in the period 1 January 1997 to 31 December 1997 in accordance with § 63 of the Act on housing.
3) Construction, which has received commitments for public support in the period 1 July 1986 to 31 December 1996 and which has been subject to § 62 b paragraph. 2, in the previous law on housing.
4) Clearing Work carried out with support from the Fund.
5) The new buildings erected by housing associations or private cooperative housing under § 9 paragraph. 1 pt. 9 of the Act on Urban Renewal.
6) Construction, which has received commitments for public support in the period 1 January 1998 to 31 December 2004 after the then applicable provision in § 160 b of the Act on Social Housing and Subsidised Private Housing Cooperatives etc.
7) Construction, which has received commitments for public assistance under §§ 143 a 143 di former Chapter 9 a, see. Legislative Decree no. 857 of 8 August 2006.
8) retirement housing, which has received commitments for granting aid according to § 10 paragraph. 1 of the Act on retirement housing.
9) Construction approved transformed into retirement housing according to § 11 paragraph. 2 of the Act on retirement housing whose construction was covered by the fund on the conversion date.


PCS. 2. The alterations and extensions developer must cause to be conducted a building analysis and drawn up a report before a legal commitment by § 115 paragraph. 1-5, and § 117.
PCS. 3. General family housing, which is covered by paragraph. 1, no. 1 or no. 3-5, which is sold by Chapter 5 a, continue to benefit from the fund.
§ 152. The fund is managed by a board of 9 members. Local Government Association chooses one member of Copenhagen and Frederiksberg elect jointly one member, and Housing Associations elect 3 members. Minister for Social Welfare Board chooses other members, of which three members shall represent buildings that contain cooperative housing, youth housing and housing for the elderly, built with public subsidies, a member must have specific expertise in the fund business area. Deputies elected by the same rules. All selections made for four years at a time. Re-election may take place.
§ 153. The Fund's Articles of Association must be approved by the Minister of Welfare.
PCS. 2. Within four months after each financial year must fund's financial statements signed by the board and certified by the auditor submitted to the Minister for Social Welfare.
PCS. 3. The Fund's accounts are audited by a chartered accountant appointed by the Minister of Welfare on the recommendation of the Fund.
PCS. 4. Upon filing of the Fund's financial statements submitted the Board's report for the Fund and lessons learned in the past financial year to the Minister for Social Welfare.
PCS. 5. The Fund may be required to provide welfare minister any information about the Fund.
§ 154. Foundation conducts and paying the costs of the implementation of two inspections of the building in order to assess the buildings' condition and record any damage within five years from the delivery of the individual construction under the Fund. By private cooperative housing built significantly in the client's own auspices calculated 5-year period from the reference date for the building's transition from construction to operation.
PCS. 2. The Fund disseminates findings on the prevention of building damage, causes of building damage and damage repair.
§ 155. The Foundation provides grants to cover up to 95 per cent. of building owners' costs of repairing the building defects. The fund may make aid conditional on the building owner undertake to provide mortgages in the construction in accordance with § 157 paragraph. Second

PCS. 2. Coverage of the Fund can be obtained for claims reported to the Fund within 20 years from building inspection. For private cooperative housing built significantly in the client's own auspices can cover from the fund, however, obtained for claims reported within 20 years from the target date.
§ 156. The Fund is provided through the contributions paid by the individual construction covered by the fund.
PCS. 2. The contribution of the individual construction 1 per cent. the field of building work starting later approved the acquisition. The contribution paid in cash not later than on building inspection time by private cooperative housing built significantly in the client's own auspices at the latest on target date for building transition from construction to operation. Building owner is not required to pay additional contributions to the fund for the repair works carried out with support from the provisions of this chapter, see. § 151 paragraph. 1.
PCS. 3. Is it necessary to cover the fund's expenses, the Fund may charge an ongoing contribution from all buildings covered by the fund.
PCS. 4. In case of late payment shall also from the due date shall be paid interest, which represents the rate set in accordance with § 5, paragraph. 1 and 2 of the Interest Act.
PCS. 5. Collection of contributions and interest made by the arrears collection authority. For the recovery pay the building owner a fee to the municipality. The added contributions, interest and fees lien.
§ 157. Building owners' costs of repairing the building damage can be less support from the Fund pursuant to § 155 paragraph. 1, financed through borrowings, see. § 118, paragraph. 3, 3rd clause. Or loans granted by KommuneKredit with a maximum maturity of 30 years.
PCS. 2. The Fund may, welfare minister of Directors may decide that the fund's share of the cost of repairing the building defects partially financed through borrowings, see. Paragraph. 4 loans in the construction with mortgage security for any loan under subsection. 1 or loans referred to. Paragraphs. 4, granted by KommuneKredit. Foundation pays all his loan to the lender on the basis of an itemized statement from the department.
PCS. 3. The municipal council may guarantee loans under subsection. 1 and 2. For retirement housing, see. § 151 paragraph. 1, no. 8, and the building converted into retirement housing, see. § 151 paragraph. 1, no. 9, the state can perform the warranty, as mentioned in the first section. The guarantee is calculated in accordance with § 127, 2nd-4th section.
PCS. 4. Welfare Minister shall, after consultation with the fund specific rules on loans referred to in paragraph. 2. The loans have a maximum maturity of 35 years and must be based on mortgage bonds, covered bonds or covered mortgage bonds.
PCS. 5 pieces. 1 and 3 do not apply to housing, which is sold under Part 5 a.
§ 158. (Repealed)
§ 159. Building owner and developer is obliged to inform the Fund any information that is necessary for the fund management of the rules in this chapter.
§ 160. Welfare Minister may lay down detailed rules for the in § 150, second paragraph., § 151 paragraph. 2, § 153 paragraph. 2-4, § 154, paragraph. 1, § 155 and § 156, paragraph. 3 and 5 obtains, including accounts form and content, the performance of the auditor's business, the report form, content and fee.
Chapter 11 a
Subsidized private cooperative housing
§ 160 a. Supported private housing cooperatives covered by Chapters II and V of the Act on Housing Cooperatives and other residential communities and is not regarded as public housing.
§ 160 bd. (Repealed)
§ 160 e. The local authority may provide warranty for nominal loans raised to finance the costs



1) rectification work in housing cooperatives, which granted commitments for public support after 30 June 1986
2) rectification of building defects in housing cooperatives, which granted commitments to public support before 1 July 1986 and
3) extraordinary renovation work in housing cooperatives built with public aid under this Act, the Act on housing or former housing laws.


PCS. 2. The warranty is calculated in accordance with § 127, 2nd-4th section.
PCS. 3. Andelsboligforeningen be required to provide the local authority with all necessary information for the illumination of building damage and they wiped their associated costs.
§ 160 fj. (Repealed)

§ 160 k. Dissolves a cooperative housing society, the State has provided interest-rate hedging, interest contributions, the cooperative contribution, performance support or grant, the aid granted is required wholly or partially repaid after the welfare of the Minister's decision. The repayment obligation incumbent on the members, members of the housing cooperative at the time of dissolution of the association.
§ 160 l. (Repealed)
Chapter 11 b
Unsubsidised private cooperative housing
§ 160 meters. Unsubsidised private cooperative housing is covered by Chapter II of the Act on Housing Cooperatives and other residential communities and is not regarded as public housing.
§ 160 n. The local council can make the commitment to provide loan guarantees to see. § 118, paragraph. 3, 3rd clause., For the establishment of cooperative housing. Establishment can be done by construction or the acquisition of an existing property with or without subsequent conversion. The warranty covers the part of the outstanding debt on the loan, which is secured by mortgages exceeding 60 per cent. of the property value at the time of the loan was raised. The portion of the debt outstanding that are not covered by the warranty, have a lien prior to the guaranteed part of the outstanding debt.
PCS. Second The local council's commitment may be given to housing cooperatives, which have been formed or are being formed. Furthermore, municipal undertakings given to individuals, institutions, corporations and foundations, which undertakes to establish cooperative housing for the transfer to a housing cooperative either by construction or by acquiring an existing property, not residential, with subsequent conversion into dwellings.
PCS. 3. The municipal council can not grant commitments under subsection. 1, if there are things like one tilba purchasing clause on the property.
§ 160 o. Commitment to guarantee must be notified before the start of construction work covered by the undertaking, or before there is an agreement on the acquisition of an existing property for conversion into dwellings.
PCS. 2. It is a condition of the undertaking that by the construction work started, or in connection with the conclusion of the agreement for the acquisition is binding offer for at least 75 per cent. of the shares.
§ 160 p. By refocusing the loan benefiting from the guarantee under § 160 n, the local transfer the warranty to reprioritisation loan. There are afforded the same percentage of municipal guarantee reprioritisation loan as of the redeemed loan redemption date.
§ 160 q. The provisions of § 103 and the regulations issued accordingly under § 113, § 178, paragraph. 3 and 4 and § 185. 1 pt. 1 and paragraph. 3 shall apply mutatis mutandis to non-subsidized private cooperative housing.
§ 160 s. The municipal council's decisions under § 160 n paragraph. 1, can not be appealed to any other administrative authority.
Chapter 12
Social institutions etc.
§ 161. The municipal council may decide that the premises for social services under the Social Services and the Act for day care, school and club facilities for children and young people (daycare Act) as well as premises for sale under the Act on Active Employment can provided by agreement with housing associations. The local authority may, as appropriate, seek such premises for social services furnished in connection with the construction of subsidized housing, or they can be designed as components of a housing development by agreement between the local council and the social housing.
PCS. 2. Paragraph. 1 shall also apply to the institutions and homes that are referred to in § 5, paragraph. 1 of the Act on Social Services, and the places for temporary residence in residential houses with treatment supportive environment for persons with mental disorders, as for a shorter period need therapeutic support and care while their situation is stabilized, see. § 74 paragraph. 2 of the Health Act and the Regional Council, in agreement with a social housing searches provided in social housing.
PCS. 3. The provisions of paragraph. 1 and 2, the premises is an independent department, see. § 16.
§ 162. The municipal council may grant loans or loan guarantees to see. § 118, paragraph. 3, 3rd clause., For providing premises for social services according to § 161. The guarantee is calculated in accordance with § 127, 2.-4. section.
§ 163. There can not in § 161 of the said premises is granted government loans or loan of funds from the National Building Fund or any other assistance under this Act. This is true regardless of who provides the premises.

PCS. 2. If in § 161 mentioned facilities provided by the purchase or rental of properties listed with support under this Act or previous laws on housing, eliminated those parts of the department as an independent department. Support for those parts of the department lapses.
PCS. 3. Where a lease entered into after December 31, 1996, constructed premises as mentioned in § 161 of the properties listed with public aid under previous laws on housing, or the former Act on Housing for the elderly and disability, excreted these parts as an independent department. The sums allocated for rent reduction in the housing lapse.
PCS. 4. Welfare Minister may lay down detailed rules for cancellation of support for paragraph. 2 and 3.
Chapter 13
supervision
§ 164. The municipal council supervises the social housing organizations.
§ 165. The municipal council may issue the orders, as deemed necessary to ensure the sound operation of the social housing and its departments in accordance with the rules laid down for this.
PCS. 2. The local council may appoint a manager to temporarily take over the housing organization's administration.
PCS. 3. The local authority may in special cases appoint a manager who temporarily fulfills the functions of the housing organization or in one of the housing organization's departments, which according to housing organization's statutes conferred housing organization and the department's management.
§ 166. The municipal council supervises construction in the construction phase and supervises that borrowers comply with the maintenance obligation, prescribed in this Act. The local authority may, if necessary, notify borrowers instructed to perform maintenance work.
§ 167. The social housing may be required to provide the Minister of Welfare, municipal and Landsbyggefonden all details necessary for the housing organization and its departments' financial circumstances.
PCS. Second Builders who behave public housing for the transfer in accordance with § 116 paragraph. 2, may be required to provide the Minister of Welfare, municipal and Landsbyggefonden all information necessary for the construction process.
§ 168. Welfare Minister has similar powers conferred on the local council under § 165. Welfare Minister may also seek fulfillment of duties under this Act or the statutes incumbent board of directors, managing director or auditor, forced by the imposition of daily fines accrue to the Treasury.
§ 169. The provisions of this Chapter shall apply to independent general youth and senior housing.
PCS. 2. Welfare Minister shall issue regulations on the in §§ 164-166 hereof.
Chapter 14
Advisory bodies
§ 170. Welfare Minister appoints a ungdomsboligråd with youth representatives, local authorities, housing bodies, management of educational institutions and other parties related to the field determined by the Minister. The youth councils advise the Minister for Social Welfare in matters of youth housing.
§ 171. Welfare Minister appoints a ældreboligråd with representatives of municipalities, counties, public housing associations, representatives of landowners, residents and social organizations and other parties related to the field determined by the Minister. Seniors Council advises the Minister for Social Welfare in matters of housing for the elderly and persons with disabilities.
§ 172. Welfare Minister shall determine the modalities for youth council and senior housing council composition and tasks.
Chapter 14 a
Housing Social Development
§ 172 a. Establishment of a residential social development center, which aims to collect and disseminate knowledge about the urban and housing initiatives.
PCS. 2. The Centre will be established as an independent institution and is headed by a board of eight members appointed by the Minister of Welfare. Welfare Minister shall appoint the chairman, two independent experts and one member. Welfare Minister appoints addition, the remaining four members on the recommendation of the Ministry of Refugee, Immigration and Integration, KL, Housing Associations and the National Building Fund.
PCS. 3. Welfare Minister shall issue regulations on the development center's establishment and operation.
Chapter 15
Økonomistyrelsen
§ 173. The cash and accounting management of public support and government guarantees performed by Finance Agency.

PCS. 2. When public funding is allocated and finally corrected, perform Økonomistyrelsen the subsequent administration of loans, grants and state guarantees. Economy Authority's jurisdiction covers both cases under this Act as cases under the former byggestøtte- and student support legislation earlier laws on housing and the former Act on Housing for the elderly and persons with disabilities.
§ 174. To the extent that the local council or regional council outer part of the public support can Økonomistyrelsen make a total payment of aid to the lender. The municipal council or regional council pays the collection share of public support for the economy.
§ 175. Welfare Minister may for the economy fully or partially delegate the powers conferred on the Minister under this Act.
§ 176. Non-performing government loans granted under the previous byggestøtte- and student support legislation and previous legislation on housing can plus interest and costs recovered by the arrears collection authority by distraint and withheld the salaries at the accordance with the rules on collection of personal taxes source Act. Minister for Social Welfare, in consultation with the Minister for Taxation lay down detailed rules on the procedure for attachment of salaries.
§ 176 a. Arrears collection authority may waive requirements under § 176 in accordance with the Collection Act.
§ 177. Welfare Minister may lay down rules on the right to appeal against decisions taken under § 173, including the decisions can not be appealed to the Minister, and the procedure in connection with withholding of salary.
PCS. 2. Welfare Minister may, after consultation with the Minister of Finance set specific rules for Finance Agency's administration of cases under § 173.
Chapter 16
Management and penalties etc.
§ 178. Welfare Minister may order local councils to assist in the implementation of regulations issued under § 103 and lay down specific rules.
PCS. 2. Welfare Minister may order the local council proceedings for the granting of aid under this Act.
PCS. 3. Welfare Minister may order the local council to provide all information necessary for the implementation of the law's purpose. This does not apply to information that is covered by administrative § 28 para. 1 and 3.
PCS. 4. For the collection and dissemination of experience and preparation and updating of statistics submit the municipal council after Welfare Minister of Directors reports related to construction, provided under this Act.
§ 178 a. The rules in § 11 of the Act on Legal Protection and Administration in Social Matters apply correspondingly to the local council, the Social Board's and the Board's examination of cases on the order of a dwelling or, when approving the rental of a dwelling under this law, former ældreboliglov, former housing laws, former student support laws and previous construction support laws as well as by municipal matters regarding the assignment of a home in other rental housing.
PCS. 2. The authorities referred to in paragraph. 1, to give the applicant for or receive assistance in writing of the right to obtain information pursuant to paragraph. 1.
§ 179. Welfare Minister may order that owners of public housing, independent youth housing, independent senior housing and public housing within a specified period of time makes the conversion of nominal receiving support in the form of interest rate hedges, performance, security or performance support under this Act, former housing laws, the certain social housing departments reprioritisation etc., previously build support laws, former student support laws or the former ældreboliglov. When converting borrow, see. § 118, paragraph. 3, 3rd clause., With or without adjustment after being Minister of Culture.
PCS. 2. Conversion of nominal loans with the support according to § 91 paragraph. 1 and § 98 a paragraph. 5, made after consultation with the National Building Fund.
PCS. 3. A conversion shall borrower can not obtain cash proceeds. By converting the borrower may not raise loans with maturities that exceed the remaining term of the outstanding loans.

PCS. 4. After a conversion continued regulation of tenant payment by the previous rules, see. However paragraph. 5. The borrower's payment on loans benefiting from interest rate hedges, calculated on the basis of the base rate, which is determined by the last survey carried phaseout of interest hedge for the redeemed loans. The base rate is increased in accordance with Chapter VII of Legislative Decree no. 432 of 13 July 1982 of the Act on housing.
PCS. 5. For fixed rate loans, which benefit from interest rate hedging or performance security, as well as for nominal according to § 91 paragraph. 1 and § 100 paragraph. 2 receiving service support that are converted to nominal loans with the interest rate, adjusted borrower's payment until it corresponds to the lower of either the performance of the repaid loans, see. § 118, paragraph. 3, 3rd clause. or the service which at the time of conversion can be calculated in a similar fixed rate loan, see. § 118, paragraph. 3, 3rd clause.
PCS. 6. After a conversion continued ongoing support under the current rules, so that assistance shall be an amount equal to the difference between the borrower's payment and performance of the loans taken out, see. However paragraph. 5. Cash funds until the loan udamortisering appears in connection with the borrower's payment on the loans referred to in paragraph. 5, paid for the economy with the exception of loans according to § 91 paragraph. 1, see. § 20 paragraph. 1 pt. 8 should not happen deposit after the second section. If the amount per. quarter is less than 250 kr.
PCS. 7. After a conversion, the government guarantee, the municipal and regional guarantee and all regarantier the loans taken. For the loans taken, given the same rate of guarantee as it deemed loans. The portion of the outstanding debt not covered by the warranty, have a lien prior to the guaranteed part of the outstanding debt. Absorbed loans with a higher outstanding debt, the state provides the same percentage guarantee of this part of the loan.
PCS. 8. For loans that are converted in accordance with paragraph. 1 ensures the state of registration of the mortgage. The warranty is valid as long as the mortgage is not nothing fancy.
PCS. 9. At the borrower's initiative, the conversion of loans in accordance with paragraph. 1 said housing comprise fixed-rate loans, where the aid has ceased, loans qualifying for warranty and non-subsidized loans. Welfare Minister shall issue rules on the loans, meaning. § 118, paragraph. 3, 3rd clause. Recordable. PCS. 3 pieces. 4 and paragraph. 7, 1st-3rd section. shall apply mutatis mutandis.
PCS. 10. Welfare Minister may in exceptional cases at the request of the individual borrower allow the regulation of the borrower's payment on the loans referred to in paragraph. 5 reduced, including permission for conversion of the balance loan.
PCS. 11. Welfare Minister may order the owners referred to in paragraph. 1 to perform conversion of other loans within a specified time period.
PCS. 12. Welfare Minister may lay down rules concerning the matters referred to in paragraph. 1-10, including authorizing the Economy Agency to conduct conversion.
§ 179a. Minister for Social Welfare may order owners of subsidized private cooperative housing within a specified period of time makes the conversion of nominal receiving support in the form of interest subsidy or grant aid under this Act or previous housing laws. When converting absorbed fixed-rate loans, see. § 118, paragraph. 3, 3rd clause. § 179 paragraph. 3, 7 and 11 shall apply mutatis mutandis.
PCS. 2. After a conversion continued ongoing support under the current rules, so that assistance shall be an amount equal to the difference between the borrower's payment and performance of the loans taken. The borrower's payment is adjusted until it matches the total payments on the loans taken out, and then follow the performance of the loan. § 179 paragraph. 4, 2nd sentence. Shall apply mutatis mutandis.
PCS. 3. When converting backed loans and loans benefiting from guarantees and not imposed by the Minister of Welfare, paragraphs. 2 and § 179 paragraph. 3 and paragraph. 7, 1st-3rd section. mutatis mutandis. Welfare Minister shall issue rules on the loans, meaning. § 118, paragraph. 3, 3rd clause. Recordable.
PCS. 4. Welfare Minister may lay down rules concerning the matters referred to in paragraph. 1-3, including authorizing the Economy Agency to conduct conversion.

§ 180. Welfare Minister may establish procedures for the takeover of government loans or grant of ownership of properties, which have received loans or grants under Law no. 153 of 13 April 1938 on loans for housing and rent reduction for low income families with many children as amended temporary law no. 179 of 9 april 1941 on the promotion of housing, law no. 235 of 30 april 1946 on building public support, as amended, Act no. 117 of 15 March 1947 on the financing of housing construction with special building method, Act no. 107 of 14 april 1955 on building public support, as amended and Act no. 356 of 27 december 1958 on housing, as amended.
PCS. 2. Welfare Minister may establish procedures for the transfer of single-family houses, which have received government-guaranteed loans under the provisions of Chapter III of Law no. 356 of 27 December 1958 on housing and its subsequent amendments, including that to be paid an extraordinary repayment on the loan.
§ 181. The properties covered by rent control under the previous legislation on public assistance for housing, see. § 63 of Executive Order no. 239 of 15 June 1965 the Act on housing and § 72 of Executive Order no. 483 of August 16, 1973 the law on housing, the welfare minister exempt from rent control, and the Minister may allow a thing like rent declaration canceled.
PCS. 2. Is government loans granted, the exemption may be conditional upon the interest rate increased to 6.5 per cent. pa The resulting increase in government performance offset in all apartments and rooms in the property through a rent increase under the provisions of § 51 of the Rent Act, see. Legislative Decree no. 837 of 20 September 1996.
§ 182. (Repealed)
§ 183. Determination of the extent provided housing for the elderly, who under this Act shall be available to the municipality or the region's inhabitants may not be brought before another administrative authority.
§ 184. Detailed rules on the implementation of this Act shall be fixed by the Minister of Welfare.
§ 184 a. (Repealed)
§ 185. Welfare Minister may establish fines for violation of provisions of the regulations issued under



1) § 113, see. § 103 on the regulation of the construction company,
2) § 32; see. § 6 on the social housing organizations purpose
3) § 32; see. §§ 16 and 22 of the apportionment of funds and on their economic independence among themselves and in relation to the company,
4) § 32; see. § 20 on the use of funds allocated to a reserve fund,
5) § 75, see. § 68 on the use of funds allocated to the renewal of the technical installations for major roadwork and the holding of certain repair and maintenance costs,
6) § 176 of attachment of salary for non-performing government.


PCS. 2. Economic and Business Affairs may provide for fines for violation of provisions for works during winter, which is issued pursuant to § 113 paragraph. 2, see. § 103.
PCS. 3. It may be imposed on companies etc. (legal persons) under the rules of the Penal Code Chapter 5.
§ 185 a. (Repealed)
§ 185 b. In agreement with local councils in the region of the regional council shall establish housing for the elderly, who adapted especially to serve people with significant and permanent physical or mental impairment. The Regional Council fulfills its obligation under the 1st clause. by establishing their own housing for the elderly and by working with municipalities and other regions.
PCS. 2. The municipal council can establish housing for the elderly, who adapted especially to serve people with significant and permanent physical or mental impairment.
PCS. 3. The municipal council shall prepare an annual report on the needs and expected use of housing for the elderly, see. Paragraph. 1, in the region.
PCS. 4. Regional Council and local councils in the region must be made by 15 October included an annual framework agreement for the regional council establishment, adaptation and development of housing for the elderly, see. Paragraph. 1. The Framework Agreement discussed and supplemented as needed. The Regional Council must ensure that the region's housing for the elderly used in accordance with the Framework Agreement.
PCS. 5. Welfare Minister may by order lay down rules concerning the annual report and the framework agreement in accordance with paragraph. 3 and 4.

§ 185 c. A municipality may take over regional housing for the elderly to people with significant and permanent physical or mental impairment under this Act. On location municipality's request, the regional council shall prepare a draft agreement between the regional council and the local council.
PCS. 2. It is a condition of the location municipality, which takes over housing for the elderly in accordance with paragraph. 1 that the housing for the elderly must be available for other municipalities, to the extent laid down in the framework agreement in accordance with § 185 b paragraph. 4.
PCS. 3. The municipal council in the municipality in which take over housing for the elderly in accordance with paragraph. 1, takes over the assets and liabilities, rights and obligations as well as employees who are linked to the provision of housing for the elderly. Equivalent asset and liability values ​​do not coincide, the municipal council taking over the regional housing for the elderly, or the regional council compensated.
PCS. 4. The rights and obligations arising from the Act on Employees of Undertakings shall apply mutatis mutandis to staff covered by the paragraph. 3 who are employed under collective agreement provisions on pay and working conditions laid down or approved by a public authority or an individual agreement and not covered by the Act on Employees of Undertakings.
PCS. 5. Officials transferred due to the location municipality takeover of regional housing for the elderly in accordance with paragraph. 1, shall be employed by the new appointing authority under conditions that are otherwise equivalent to their previous conditions.
PCS. 6. Officials covered by paragraph. 5 receive upon retirement from such employment paid the total civil servant of the new appointing authority.
PCS. 7. Welfare Minister may lay down detailed rules for the acquisition of assets and liabilities, rights and obligations and employees by paragraph. 3, including rules for the distribution between the region and the municipality in the pension obligation for public servants and other employees covered by paragraph. 3.
§ 185 d. Other municipalities in the region may request that a location authorities' intention in accordance with § 185 c paragraph. 1, to take over the regional housing for the elderly are discussed in the Contact Committee.
PCS. 2. The Contact Committee at least once in each term to discuss whether the region is regional housing for the elderly, which should be transferred to a location municipality's responsibility.
§ 185 e. If one location municipality wishes to dispose of housing for the elderly acquired by § 185 c paragraph. 1, and the housing for the elderly under a framework agreement in accordance with § 185 b paragraph. 4, available to other municipalities, should the sale be approved by the municipal council in the municipalities concerned.
Chapter 17
Transition and Implementation
§ 186. The Act comes into force on 1 January 1997, enter § 99 into force on 1 August 1996.
§ 187. The Act on housing, see. Legislative Decree no. 663 of 8 August 2002, repealed except § 7, § 7 a paragraph. 1, § 8, § 56, § 59, § 60, § 63 b, § 66a, § 67 paragraph. 7 and 10, § 67 a, § 68, § 72 d, § 73, §§ 74-79, § 83 b, § 84, § 89, § 92, § 93. 1, no. 5-7, § 93. 2, § 94 paragraph. 2 and § 97. Administrative regulations issued under section 10, shall continue to apply to housing cooperatives that have received commitments for public assistance before 1 January 1998 under the Act on housing.
PCS. 2. The following executive order issued under the former Act on housing shall continue to apply until they are amended or repealed administrative: No. 479 of 20 September 1984 on subsidies to reduce the rent for state-supported colleges, etc., no. 477 of 1. July 1987 building review (førsyn) by conversion of and extension to an existing building, etc., no. 540 of 18 July 1990 on the building operation, no. 541 of 18 July 1990 on the 5-årseftersyn, no. 1032 of 14 december 1994 on Boligselskabernes National Building Fund accounts, etc., no. 1033 of 14 december 1994 on Building Defects Fund accounts etc. Where the notice refers to the law on housing, find the corresponding provision of the Act on Social housing and Subsidised private housing cooperatives etc. use.
PCS. 3. Act on housing and the regulations issued under this apply, however, as regards self-governing youth institutions and self-governing facilitate collective living institutions that have received commitments for public assistance before 1 January 1997 under byggestøtte- , kollegiestøtte- or housing legislation.

PCS. 4. The rules in §§ 103 and 113 shall apply to housing cooperatives that have received commitments for public assistance before 1 January 1998 under Chapter 10 of the Act on housing.
§ 188. The Act on Housing for the Elderly and Persons with Disabilities, see. Legislative Decree no. 664 of 8 August 2002, repealed except § 5 a paragraph. 3 and 4, § 11a, § 16, § 17, § 18, § 18a paragraph. 1, § 21 paragraph. 1, § 22, § 23 paragraph. 1-3, 5 and 6, §§ 24-28, § 29 paragraph. 1 and 2, §§ 31-33.
PCS. 2. Act on housing for the elderly and persons with disabilities, and the regulations issued under this apply, however, in respect of older homes belonging to a private foundation or pension fund has received commitments for public support in the first January 1997, pursuant to the Act on housing for elderly and disabled persons.
§ 189. At the commencement of the Act converted all social housing to housing associations. Commitment to public aid under previous laws on housing, the previous law on temporary official support for subsidized housing and state-supported colleges as well as under the former Act on Housing for the elderly and persons with disabilities to departments of social housing transferred on the same terms to the department under the social housing.
PCS. 2. At the commencement of the Act converted municipal and county older homes that have received commitments for public assistance after the former Act on Housing for the elderly and persons with disabilities to municipal and county housing for the elderly. Commitment to public assistance under the former Act on Housing for the elderly and persons with disabilities to municipal and county older homes are transferred on the same terms for the municipal and county housing for the elderly.
§ 190. At the commencement of the Act continued Boligselskabernes National Building Fund as the National Building Fund.
§§ 191-192. (Repealed)
§ 193. § 6 applies to all social housing organizations' activities, regardless of when activities are initiated. Activities that are not allowed in the rules prescribed pursuant to § 32 must be eliminated.
PCS. 2. Notwithstanding paragraph. 1, a housing, which before 17 November 1994, the acquired shares, stock, guarantee certificates, units or the like in Danish companies or businesses or started private companies or companies that are engaged exclusively in Denmark, maintain the investment or the company or the company until 15 april 2001. If the housing organization not earlier disposes of the investment or disposes of or dissolve the private company or the company, the provisions of §§ 164, 165 and 168 shall apply mutatis mutandis. The provision in the first section. does not apply to permitted activities, see. paragraph. 1.
PCS. 3. Demonstrates housing organization that in paragraph. 2, the realization or resolution can not take place without the housing organization applied a financial loss, the local council may grant exemption from here.
§ 194. Any guarantor may before 1 January 2000 require that the company takes over the person's warranties to their value.
§ 195. Welfare Minister shall lay down detailed rules on the procedure concerning the conversion of social housing, municipal and county homes for the elderly.
§ 196. The Act does not apply to the Faroe Islands and Greenland.



Act no. 575 of 24 June 2005 contains the following commencement provisions. (Amendment pertains §§ 5, 25, 27, 29-31, 33, 43, 49, 51, 54-58 d, 63, 63a, 74, 78, 80 c, 80 d, 82, 91, 92, 98 , 101, 105, 110, 114, 115, 118, 119-124, 126-128, 130, 140, 142 b, 143, 143 s, 161, 164, 167, 174, 179, 183 and 185 ae. law concerns consequential changes in housing as a result of local government reform.)

§ 7
PCS. 1. This Act shall enter into force on 1 January 2007.
PCS. 2. The provisions of § 185 b paragraph. 3-5, as amended in § 1, no. 40, comes into force on 1 January 2006. The provisions of §§ 10 and 11 shall enter into force on 1 July 2005.
§ 8
The state takes over the county's share of 20 per cent. of the cost of service for the elderly housing, which in 1996 promised performance support in accordance with § 5 a paragraph. 2 of the Act on Housing for the Elderly and Persons with Disabilities, see. Legislative Decree no. 729 of September 5, 1995, as amended, or which in 1997 pledged support performance according to § 115 paragraph. 4 of the Law on Social Housing, etc., see. Law no. 374 of 22 May 1996 as amended.
§ 9

PCS. 1. The regional councils take over with effect from 1 January 2007 county housing for the elderly, which is decorated with special emphasis on serving people with significant and permanent physical or mental impairment.
PCS. 2. County Municipal housing for the elderly, to the establishment before 31 December 2006 pledged performance support for housing for the elderly in accordance with § 115 paragraph. 4 of the Act on Social Housing and Subsidised Private Housing Cooperatives etc., are transferred to the regional council in the region where the homes should be located.
§ 10
PCS. 1. County Municipal housing for the elderly, which is taken over by a regional January 1, 2007, be taken over on 1 January 2007 by the municipal council in the municipality where the housing for the elderly will be located on 1 January 2007 if the local council no later than February 15, 2006 take binding decision on the takeover of the county housing for the elderly and informs the county council. To be taken over by a municipality established on 1 January 2007 made binding decision under the first section. of the integration committee.
PCS. 2. The authority taking over the county housing for the elderly, takes over the assets and liabilities, assuming the rights and obligations and take over the employees who are linked to the provision of housing for the elderly. Equivalent asset and liability values ​​do not coincide, the authority taking over the county housing for the elderly, or the county council compensated. The acquisition of assets and liabilities, rights and obligations and employees for 1st and 2nd clauses. done separately from the division of assets and liabilities, rights and obligations as well as employees under the Act on certain procedural issues related to local government reform.
PCS. 3. Interior and Health Minister may, after consultation with the Minister of Social Affairs lay down detailed rules for the acquisition of assets and liabilities, rights and obligations and employees by paragraph. 2.
PCS. 4. The rules of § 185 c paragraph. 2 and 4-6 shall apply mutatis mutandis for the location municipality takeover of the county housing for the elderly in accordance with paragraph. 1.
§ 11
PCS. 1. For the county housing for the elderly, are taken over by § 10 paragraph. 2, prepare the county council a statement of assets and liabilities, rights and obligations and the staff that the authority takes over.
PCS. 2. The regional council shall, by 1 January 2006 statement referred to in paragraph. 1 for the authorities, which the county council tasks transferred under the legislation on local government reform, with a view to concluding an agreement between on the one hand the county council and on the other hand the authorities, which the county council tasks transferred, of which assets and liabilities, rights and obligations and staff the authority taking over the county housing for the elderly, takes over according to § 10 paragraph. 2.
PCS. 3. Preparation and submission of the statement referred to in paragraph. 1 and the conclusion of the agreement referred to in paragraph. 2 is in connection with the preparation and presentation of a draft agreement respectively conclusion of the agreement on the division of the county's other assets and liabilities, rights and obligations and employees. Preparation and submission of the statement referred to in paragraph. 1 and the conclusion of the agreement referred to in paragraph. 2 is in compliance with the provisions of Part 3 of the Act on certain procedural issues related to local government reform.
PCS. 4. If agreement referred to in paragraph. 2 not concluded before 1 April 2006 or declares one of the authorities referred to in paragraph. 2, the negotiations ended without result, happens conclusion of the agreement, decision of sharing the Council's proposed compromise and sharing the Council's decision on which assets and liabilities, rights and obligations and staff of the authority taking over the county housing for the elderly, takes over according to § 10 paragraph. 2 for, respectively, the conclusion of the agreement, decision of sharing the Council's proposed compromise and decision as to the allocation of the county's other assets and liabilities, rights and obligations and employees. Conclusion of the agreement, decision of sharing the Council's proposed compromise and sharing the Council's decision on which assets and liabilities, rights and obligations and staff of the authority taking over the county housing for the elderly, takes over according to § 10 paragraph. 2, is in accordance with the rules in Chapters 3 and 4 of the Law on certain procedural issues related to local government reform.
PCS. 5. Rules laid down under § 17 and Chapter 4 of the Law on certain procedural issues related to local government reform used unless the Interior and the Minister of Health after negotiations with the Minister of Social Affairs provides otherwise.

PCS. 6. Interior and Health Minister may, after consultation with the Minister of Social Affairs lay down detailed rules for the county council preparing and presenting the bill following paragraph. 1 and for the conclusion of the agreement, the adoption of proposed compromise and sharing the Council's decision on which assets and liabilities, rights and obligations as well as employees of the proceedings. 2 taken over by the authority taking over the county housing for the elderly. Interior and Health may hereby waive paragraph. 1-5 and § 10



Act no. 1590 of 20 December 2006 contains the following commencement provision. (The amendment pertains to §§ 15, 20, 30a, 64, 80 b, 80 d, 82, 91, 91 a and 92 a, and insert § 91 b. The law regards the public sector resources, pooling of housing organizations and reporting of data a portal).

§ 2
PCS. 1. This Act shall enter into force on 1 January 2007.
PCS. 2. § 1 pt. 4 and 6-8, however, shall enter into force on 1 January 2008.



Act no. 575 of 6 June 2007 contains the following commencement provision. (The amendment pertains to § 150. The Act to construction insurance, etc.).

§ 4
PCS. 1. This Act shall enter into force on 1 April 2008.
PCS. 2. (Omitted).



Act no. 194 of 26 March 2008 contains the following commencement provision. (The amendment pertains to §§ 5, 14, 75 b, 78, 109, 114, 115, 117 and 161, and inserts § 118 a. The law regards municipal basic capital in care homes, the maximum amount of construction on leased land, wider choice of housing for severely disabled etc. ).

§ 5
The Act comes into force after publication in the Official Gazette. § 1, no. 13, § 2, no. 2 and 3, with effect from 1 January 2008. 1)



Act no. 219 of 5 April 2008 contains the following commencement provisions. (Amendment pertains §§ 20, 27, 29, 73, 75 q, 91, 96 b, 96 c, 98, 98 a, 98 b, 100, 112, 116, 118, 124, 127, 129, 130, 157, 160 e, 160 n, 162, 174, 179 and 179a, and inserts § 127 a. the law regards the financing of subsidized housing with SDOs).

§ 5
This Act shall come into force on 7 April 2008.
§ 6
PCS. 1. Act §§ 1 and 2 shall not apply to the Faroe Islands and Greenland.
PCS. 2. (Omitted).
PCS. 3. (Omitted).



Act no. 323 of 30 April 2008 contains the following commencement provisions. (The amendment pertains to § 178, and inserts § 178 a. The law regards obtaining economic information on household members and obtaining information about people seeking housing by the instructions of vacant public housing, etc.).

§ 3
PCS. 1. This Act shall enter into force on 1 July 2008.
PCS. 2. (Omitted).



Act no. 437 of 1 June 2008 contains the following commencement provision. (The amendment pertains to §§ 5, 5 a, 91 b, 91 c 146 a, 149, 149 a, 172 and 172 a. Act as grants to establish housing initiatives for particularly vulnerable groups and the establishment of a social housing development center).

§ 3
PCS. 1. This Act comes into force on 1 January 2009, see. However paragraph. 2.
PCS. 2. §§ 91 c and 172 of the Act on Social Housing, etc. as worded by § 1 pt. 2 and 6, shall enter into force on 1 July 2008.



Act no. 550 of 17 June 2008 contains the following commencement provision. (The amendment pertains to §§ 75 j and 75 k. The law regards the extension of the pilot scheme with the sale of social housing).

§ 2
This Act shall come into force on 1 July 2008.
Ministry of Welfare, October 9, 2008
PMV
Christian Schønau
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Eva Pedersen Official notes
1) Promulgated in the Official Gazette March 28, 2008