Ordinance To The Law On Temporary Regulation Of Housing Reprinted Definitive Series

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse af lov om midlertidig regulering af boligforholdene Omtryk

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Overview (table of contents) Chapter in the scope of chapter II of the law of rent regulation for residential apartments Chapter III Maintenance and straightening chapter IIIA Maintenance account of the Reasons owners ' investment fund Chapter IV Improvements Chapter IV (A) Rent Regulation for smaller properties Chapter V the rent adjustment for single Chapter WE Rent boards use of Chapter VII Chapter VIII Reasons housing owners ' investment fund Chapter VIII (A) local authorities ' access to require certain dwellings made available Chapter IX of the law's entry into force, etc., The full text of the Ordinance of the law on the temporary adjustment of housing conditions is hereby promulgated law on temporary regulation of housing conditions, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 189 of 27. February 2007, with the changes brought about by section 149, nr. 1 of law No. 1336 of 19. December 2008.
The changes imposed by section 6 of the law No. 516 of 7. June 2006, are not incorporated in this Consolidated Act, as that provision is repealed before it enters into force, by section 124 of law No. 1336 of 19. December 2008.
The changes brought about by section 149, nr. 2 of law No. 1336 of 19. December 2008, are not incorporated in this Legislative Decree No, since the time of the entry into force of these changes shall be determined by the tax Minister, see. section 167, paragraph 2, of law No. 1336 of 19. December 2008.
Chapter I scope article 1 of the Act. The rules laid down in the Act on the Cape. II-V of rent regulation m. v. applies in municipalities where the existing rules on rent regulation in force at the end of 1979, and the municipal directory population per 1. April 1979 exceeded 20,000 inhabitants. The Municipal Council may decide not to apply the rules in the municipality.
(2). In municipalities where the rules do not apply, the Municipal Council, taking into account the housing conditions provide that the rules should apply.
§ 2. The rules laid down in the Act on the Cape. VII of usage of the dwellings in the municipalities where the rules of the Cape. II-V are applicable. The rules in § § 52 (a)-(c) applies, however, only where the local authority has taken the decision that they shall apply. Effective date for the resolution indicates Municipal Council. In addition, § § 52 (a)-(c)-only in cases where a landlord has notified in writing the Municipal Council that the rules should apply in the lessor's property. The Municipal Council must let the landlord's notice things bright on the property. The landlord can with 6 months ' notice to inform the Municipal Council that the rules no longer apply in the lessor's property.
(2). In municipalities where the provisions of the Cape. II-V are not applicable, the Municipal Council, taking into account the housing conditions in the municipality may provide that some or all of the rules in the Cape. (VII) shall apply. § § 52 (a)-(c) may, however, only enter into force together. Effective date for the resolution indicates Municipal Council. Landlord's notice under section 2 (1), 4. and 6. paragraph, can only be given for sections 52 (a)-(c) overall. A decision may be taken for a maximum period of 4 years at a time.
(3). If the rules in the Cape. II-V will cease to apply in a municipality, the provisions of the Cape. (VII) apply after 1 years, unless the local authority has made provision in accordance with paragraph 2.
§ 3. The decisions taken by the Municipal Council shall, in accordance with sections 1 and 2, shall be published in the Official Gazette and also in the way that is usual in the municipality. The second is not explicitly laid down in the decision, get the effect from and including the date of the issue of the Official Gazette in which it is promulgated.
Chapter II Rent Regulation for residential apartments § 4. The rules contained in chapters II to IV applies to leases covered by the law on rent, when it hired fully or partially used for residential purposes, see. However, paragraphs 2 to 5.
(2). The rules contained in chapters II to VI, VIII and VIIIA shall not apply to leases of property, tenancy at the conclusion of which is owned by a non-profit housing organization, 1) of the basic regulation. § 1 of the law on public housing and supported private cooperative housing, etc., 2) an independent institution, where the houses are built according to the previous law on housing for the elderly and persons with disabilities, in accordance with article 3. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 316 of 24. April 1996, the former law on housing, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 722 of 1. August 1996, or law on social housing and supported private cooperative housing, etc., or 3) a municipality or a region, when the properties are general senior housing.
(3). The rules laid down in chapter II (IV) (A) does not apply to leases of property, where more than 80 per cent of the property's gross floor area of the property on 1 January. January 1980 was used for other than residential.
(4). The rules contained in chapters II to IV, except for sections 21 and 22 shall not apply to the rental conditions on single rooms for habitation, when rooms are part of the landlord's apartment or are part of a one-or tofamilieshus, which rents out inhabit.
(5). The rules contained in chapters II to IV, except for sections 4 (a), 15, paragraph 3, 17, 21, 22 (1) 1. clause, and paragraph 3, and 27 (b), does not apply to leases of property, as the 1. January 1995 included 6 or fewer residential apartments. For the in 1. paragraph mentioned properties will apply §§ 23, 24, 25 and 26, where the property at the time of the alert system includes 4 or more residential apartments. 2. paragraph shall not, however, apply if the property is located in the rural zone and at the same time, the property is an agricultural or forestry property.
(6). The rules contained in chapters II to VI shall not apply to private care homes, see ustøttede. section 1, paragraph 5, of the law on rent.
§ 4 a. More condos, falling within the same housing society and owned by the same landlord in this law shall be considered as one property.
(2). Are several properties owned by the same owner, built continuously as an overall settlement, and have these properties common open spaces or any form of joint operation, regarded these as well in this law as one property. The same applies in the case where multiple properties is samvurderet or samnoteret in the land register.
§ 5. At the conclusion of the agreement must not rent rent is fixed at an amount which exceeds the amount can cover the necessary operating expenses, see the property. section 8, and the return of the property's value, see. § 9. For leases, which is improved, can there to rent after 1. point out a calculated improvement increase, see. However, paragraph 2.
(2). At the conclusion of the agreement must hire the rent for leases, which is profoundly improved, not be fixed at an amount significantly exceeds the value of the premises under section 47, paragraph 2, of the law on rent regulation. However, paragraph 3 and section 73, paragraph 3, of the law on rent. By leases, which is enhanced through gripping, means leases, where improvements in accordance with the principles set out in section 58 of the law on rent significantly increased the value of the premises, and where improvement expense either exceeds 1,600 USD/m² or a total amount of USD 183,000 Improvements must be completed within a period of 2 years and may not be covered by the law on the reorganisation, the Act on urban renewal and the development of cities and housing improvement , the Act on urban renewal, the Act on urban renewal and the development of cities or the law on private urban renewal. The amounts in the 2. clause laid down in 2000-level and adjusted once a year after development in Statistics Denmark's net price index in a 12-month period ending in June, the year before the fiscal year, the adjustment relates. Amounts are rounded to the nearest whole Crown amount. By re-letting the amount, which was in force at the forbedringernes implementation that applies.
(3). The landlord will enter into a tenancy agreement in accordance with paragraph 2, and it is the first rental of the respective leases in accordance with paragraph 2 shall furnish the landlord when the tenancy is terminated or suspended, and before a new rental agreement is concluded, orient the resident representatives or the bearings on this as well as on the substance of this provision. Failure to do so is term of rent fixing invalid in accordance with paragraph 2. Resident representatives or the tenant may within 14 days after notification is given, bring an action for lack of maintenance for rent Committee referred to in article 6. § 22 (1). Resident representatives or the tenant must specify maintenance deficiencies, that alone may relate to missing outside the individual leases. Emit rent Committee ordering the Elimination of maintenance deficiencies, see. section 22, paragraph 3, may not be entered into tenancy agreement in accordance with paragraph 2, before they found maintenance deficiencies have been rectified.
(4). By disputes about rent determination under paragraph 2 must the landlord provide evidence of improvement expense and that the improvements are completed within a period of 2 years. Can such evidence is not submitted, paragraph 2 can only be applied if it undoubtedly must be deemed to be satisfied that the improvements are performed adequately and within a period of 2 years. By bringing the matter to the housing court is the responsibility of the landlord to show that the agreed rental not significantly exceeds the value of the premises.
(5). It is the responsibility of the landlord to maintain the radical improvement of the lease. In the event of dispute about this, can the tenant may bring the issue of rent Tribunal, but no earlier than 5 years after the last such proceedings be submitted to rent Committee of this tenant. The landlord shall be deemed not to have fulfilled its duty to maintain the radical improvement, the rent for the future shall be calculated in accordance with paragraph 1.

(6). By comparison, see. section 47, paragraph 2, of the law on hiring except for leases covered by paragraph 15 (a) of that Act, section 62 (b) of the law on rent and law on private urban renewal as well as Chapter 5 of the Act on urban renewal. Also apart from the lease of property that is the subject of a decision pursuant to the Act on urban renewal and housing improvement, which, in accordance with the same article 67, paragraph 2, has been granted binding commitments after the end of 1994, unless the lease is located in a property that is the subject of a decision in which urban and boligministeren have allowed that the rules about rent setting in Chapter VII of the Act on urban renewal and housing improvement without prejudice to article. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 658 of 11. August 1993, continue to apply after the end of 1994. There is also away from the lease of property that is the subject of a decision pursuant to the Act on urban renewal.
(7). In the assessment of the rent and the value of the premises be disregarded 1) rent increase to the placing on the market pursuant to section 18 (b) and the improvements that have been implemented for the amount allocated under this clause 2) rent increase under section 27, paragraph 2, and in accordance with section 62 (b) of the law on rent and improvements pursuant to section 46 (a), (3) and section 62 (b) of the law on rent, 3) rent increase and improvements pursuant to section 53 of the Act on the reorganisation and pursuant to section 60 of the Act on urban renewal and housing improvement without prejudice to article. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 658 of 11. August 1993, 4) rent increase and improvements under section 60, paragraphs 3-6 of the law on urban renewal and housing improvement, 5) rent increase and improvements in accordance with the Act on urban renewal, 6) rent increase without deduction of subsidies and improvement works with the related necessary follow works according to the law on private urban renewal.


At the time of the first rent fixing for improvements, for which aid has been granted in accordance with the law on the reorganisation or the Act on urban renewal and housing improvement, shall rule in nr. 3 cease to apply.

(8). At the conclusion of the agreement cannot be negotiated rent a hire or rental terms, which, after an overall rating is more onerous for tenant than the terms that apply to other tenants in the building.
(9). The rule in paragraph 8 is not, however, preclude that in leases, which is improved without at the same time implemented an improvement equivalent to the rent increase by re-letting can be negotiated a rent according to the rules laid down in paragraphs 1 to 7.
§ 6. Landlord tenancy by the conclusion that depositium may require an amount equivalent to up to 3 months rent. Allow to stand as security for the amount of tenant's obligations when vacating. Landlord tenancy conclusion may also require the rent paid in advance for a period of up to 3 months. By prepaid rent means in this context the amount immediately before the agreed payment deadlines leave as deposited with the landlord.
(2). Rent Committee may permit derogations from paragraph 1, where the lodging of appropriate security for tenant's rights of recovery, see. § 7 (1), (2). paragraph, of the law on rent.
§ 7. If the rent does not cover the property's necessary operating expenses, see. section 8, and the return of the property's value, see. § 9, can the landlord demanding rent increase to compensate for the difference.
(2). Rent increase may not be required, if the rent for rent increase will exceed the value of the premises under section 47, paragraph 2, of the law on rent. In the assessment of the rent and the value of the premises, see § 5(7) mutatis mutandis. 1. paragraph does not apply to properties whose construction has been financed with inflation-indexed loans under section 2 (1) (8). 9 of the law on index-linked mortgage, and property taken into use after 1. January 1989, that is built by and for rent by landlords covered by the law on real interest tax, provided that the calculation of sloughing is according to § 9, paragraph 4.
(3). Rent increase referred to in paragraph 1, unless the parties have agreed, shall take effect from the 1. in the month that occurs three months after submission of the claim.
(4). Will a claim for rent increase referred to in paragraph 1 or pursuant to section 50 of the law on rent, where the return is calculated in accordance with section 9, paragraph 2, lead to a rent increase, which together with rent increases, see. paragraphs 1-3, within the last 3 years exceeds DKK 75 per m2 gross floor area of the property, the landlord must notify the tenant no later than simultaneously with the announcement that this may require to be offered another suitable accommodation. section 26, paragraphs 2 to 4 shall apply mutatis mutandis. It in 1. paragraph mentioned amount is calculated in the 2004 level and adjusted once a year after development in Statistics Denmark's net price indices in a 12-month period ending in June, the year before the fiscal year, the adjustment relates. The amount is rounded to the nearest penny amount.
(5). Has the lessor wholly or partly failed to provide in section 4, paragraph 5, of the law on rent referred to information in connection with the conclusion of a rental agreement, the applicable rent alone can be increased on the basis of increases in the property's operating expenses since the rental agreement is concluded. Is rent increase charged for an amount that is in addition to the 1. points allowed, can the tenant require it too much paid refunded. § 17 shall apply mutatis mutandis.
§ 8. The necessary operating expenses include expenses relating to taxes, duties, upkeep, management, and insurance, to the extent that it is reasonable, having regard to the property and the nature of the premises. The necessary operating expenses also include the amounts allocated to maintenance, etc. pursuant to section 22 of the law on rent and §§ 18 and 18 (b) of that Act.
(2). Cost of project materials and consultancy services which fall within the scope of § 51, paragraphs 3 and 4, of the law on rent shall not be included in the budget.
(3). Resident representatives can obtain discount upkeep, insurance and preparation of heat-and water accounts and submit these to the landlord. If the landlord refuses to accept a submitted deals after 1. paragraph, resident representatives may refer the matter to the Tribunal, which can impose the landlord rents to assume one of the resident representatives obtained deals, where the rent Committee estimates that the offer in terms of price and quality is better than that of the landlord accepted.
(4). Paragraph 3 shall not apply to property that is divided into condominiums.
(5). In protected buildings, in which there are things like a special conservation Declaration in accordance with the legislation on building conservation, an amount equal to the property tax that at any time could have been charged, be recorded as operating expense, regardless of whether the property is exempt from property taxation.
§ 9. To sloughing of the value of the property disposed of on budget an amount, not exceeding 7% of the value of the property, which is set at 1. April 1973 at 15. general assessment of the country's real estate.
(2). Instead of a sloughing after the rule in paragraph 1, the landlord of the property placed in service after 1963, as sloughing calculate an amount that does not exceed reasonable services at the usual long-term mortgage admitted to financing of the property's construction, with the addition of an appropriate return on the remaining part of the reasonable acquisition net of tenant deposits. Som passende forrentning anses:








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Stk. 3. Instead of sloughing in accordance with paragraphs 1 and 2 may the landlord for properties financed with inflation-indexed loans under section 2 (1) (8). 9 of the law on index-linked mortgage as sloughing calculate the interest, the landlord pays on inflation-indexed loans regularly admitted to financing of the property's construction with the addition of 4% of the indexed principal. The landlord can also calculate a rate of return of 4 per cent of the remaining acquisition cost after deduction of rent deposits. The amount calculated in accordance with 2. paragraph, adjusted by the same percentage by which the principal on the loan is adjusted index.
(4). For property placed in service after 1. January 1989, that is built by and for rent by landlords covered by the law on real interest charge may be calculated the same amount in sloughing as calculated in accordance with paragraph 3 for a corresponding property financed with the greatest possible inflation-indexed loans under section 2 (1) (8). 9 of the law on index-linked mortgage.
(5). Is that in the period 1. January 1964-1. April 1973 conducted rent increases for improvements can return is calculated by up to 7 per cent of the property value at the time of the last general assessment prior to forbedringens implementation with the addition of a sloughing of the reasonable improvement expense, calculated according to the rules laid down in paragraph 2, so that the time of commissioning is essential for business forbedringens percentage size.

(6). If the property is divided into condominiums after 15. Alm. assessment, calculate the return on the basis of a proportional share of the property value at 15. Alm. assessment.
(7). For the calculated return can the landlord for 1995 and future put an amount equal to 1/3 of the amount henlagdes or could be filed per m² gross floor area of the property for the property tax for the renewal of the technical installations, see. § 8, at the end of 1994. The amount is adjusted once a year with 2 per cent attributed an adjustment percent for the financial year in question, see. law on a rate adjustment percentage. For 1998 and beyond regulated amount after 1. paragraph instead after developments in Statistics Denmark's net price indices in a 12-month period ending in June, the year before the fiscal year, the adjustment relates. The amount is rounded to the nearest whole Crown amount.
§ 10. Rent increase shall be distributed to the apartments after their mutual value. Apartments have the same reciprocal use value, rent apartments, to be ordered in advance if the increase in rent is lowest. The amount allocated to maintenance after §§ 18 and 18 (b) of that Act and section 22 of the law on rent, be distributed, however, after the gross floor area of the property. For buildings with apartments, where marketing is done with different amounts per m² gross floor area of the property, the distribution occurs after the individual's actual amount per m² gross floor area of the property.
(2). In evaluating the mutual use value except for improvements, which are paid for by the tenant.
(3). The rent for an apartment is increased on the basis of improvement or increased usage value that are not matched by expenditure in the budget, and is the increase occurred after the property valuation, of which return on investment ratio is calculated, by budgeting and assessing the mutual use value away from this rent increase.
§ 11. For House-room occupied by the lessor, or who are hired without being subject to the rules laid down in this chapter, as well as for those referred to in paragraph 3 single rooms, must be recorded in the budget a rental value that corresponds to the husrums share of the property's necessary operating expenses and sloughing. The distribution is according to the gross floor area of the property.
(2). For properties where there for residential apartments for maintenance after §§ 18 and 18 (b) of that Act and section 22 of the law on rent allocated different amounts per m² gross floor area of the property of the individual residential houses, happens the distribution of sales amounts for these apartments actual amount per m² gross floor area of the property.
(3). The rent for single rooms for habitation, as covered by this chapter, see. section 4, paragraph 4, shall be adopted in accordance with the gross etagearealet as a proportion of the rent value recorded on rent budget in paragraph 1 1. paragraph referred to leases.
§ 12. In properties with no resident representation to be demands for rent increase under section 7 shall be made at the same time, in the face of the tenants if rent is requested increased. The claim must be in writing. It should contain information concerning rent increase comes size and its calculation. It must also be accompanied by an itemized accounting of property maintenance account, see. § 20, for the period from the most recently published accounts, and for a time that is no more than 3 months prior to varslingstids point, as well as of the most recently sent message from Grounds owners ' investment fund on the balance on the account in accordance with section 18 (b). The claim shall include the tenant's access to object, see. (2). Contains the requirement this information, it is not invalid.
(2). Have at least 1/4 of the tenants if rent sought elevated, no later than 6 weeks after the requirement of rent increase have come forward, writing objected against rent increase the landlord before further 6 weeks must refer the matter to the rent Committee, if he wants to maintain the requirement of rent increase.
§ 13. In properties with resident representation to be demands for rent increase under section 7 shall be made at the same time, in the face of the tenants if rent is requested increased. The claim must be in writing. It must contain an indication of rent increase comes size and its calculation. The claim shall also include a statement that the budget, justifying the rent increase is submitted to the resident representatives, as well as about their opinions, if any. Contains the requirement this information, it is not invalid.
(2). Before the forecast of rent increase the landlord must communicate to the resident representatives rent budget and accounting of the costs included in the cost of certain rent for the property, as well as statements for all property maintenance accounts. Resident representatives may require copy of the annex as well as any documentation supplied. Likewise must the landlord before the forecast with a reasonable period of time for a budget meeting convened by the resident representatives for the purpose of information on and discussion of the budget.
(3). At the latest at the same time, with the forecast of rental increase over for tenants to be resident representatives have sent a copy of the warning letter with a statement of the budgeting process, containing a specification of budget records as necessary. Resident representatives must also have a specified company for property maintenance account, see. § 20, for the period from the most recently published accounts to a time that is no more than 3 months prior to varslingstids point, as well as the latest broadcast communication from the Land owners ' investment fund on the balance on the account in accordance with section 18 (b). Resident representatives may, within 3 weeks of receipt of the lessor's information after 1. and 2. Pkt. submit in writing to the landlord before requiring an additional 3 weeks for resident representation over delivers a written statement on the specified additional information together with such documentation, as resident representatives have requested regarding the budget and maintenance company. Resident representatives should also have information on their access to object, see. (4). Receives residents ' representatives not this information, is the requirement of rent increase in invalid.
(4). If the inmate representatives no later than 6 weeks after the lessor's inquiries or additional information in accordance with paragraph 3, have come forward, in writing, have stated that they cannot join the rent increase the landlord must, before another 6 weeks, refer the matter to the rent Committee, if he wants to maintain the requirement of rent increase.
(5). If the landlord is not filed in due time have received notice from resident representatives as referred to in paragraph 4 or resident representatives have joined the rent increase the landlord can obtain the announced rent increase, when he has informed the tenants this with indication by each tenant may refer the issue of rent increase comes reasonably for the Committee under section 15.
(6). Communication referred to in paragraph 5 may be given in the warning letter in accordance with paragraph 1, provided that the broadcast after that resident representatives have responded, or their response time limit has expired.
§ 13 a. demands for rent increase solely due to disposal of the sections 18 and 18 (b) of this Act and in section 22 of the law on rent mentioned marketing amount may, notwithstanding the provisions of sections 12 and 13 shall be conducted solely by the lessor's written notice to the tenants.
section 13 (b). The Interior and the Minister of Social Affairs shall establish negotiated with state-wide associations of community associations and tenant associations respectively, detailed rules on the preparation of standard forms for notification in case of authorized rent increase after §§ 12 and 13.
§ 14. Brought demands for rent increase under section 12 (2), or under section 13, paragraph 4, of the rent Committee, the Tribunal may override the requirement in whole or in part, if the conditions for the increase comes implementation is not present.
(2). However, the Board may, if it is found that the requirement of rent increase due to formal defects of minor importance are not valid, see. section 12, paragraph 1, and section 13, paragraphs 1 and 3, instead of setting aside the requirement on this basis set a deadline for the landlord to correct the observed procedural requirement. If the deficiencies are rectified within the specified time limit, it retains the requirement of rent increase its validity.
(3). Until the Board's decision, the landlord can obtain the announced rent increase as a provisional rent increase, however, may not exceed 15 € per m² gross floor area of the property. The rent should be adjusted in accordance with the Board's decision. Regulation of deposit and pre-paid rent may not be required before the requirement of rent increase is decided by the Board.
§ 15. At the tenant's request to rent Committee, unless the Committee has taken a decision pursuant to section 14, paragraph 1, determine whether the landlord has demanded higher rent or conditional it other terms than otherwise permitted in accordance with the provisions of this chapter.
(2). section 14, paragraph 2, shall apply mutatis mutandis.
(3). In properties with resident representation determines the rent Committee on resident representatives a petition on behalf of all tenants dispute about acontobidrag for heating and the like. in accordance with Chapter VII of the law on rent, disputes over the acontobidrag to the water after chapter VII (B) of the law on rent, disagreement on the lessor's right to oppose the installation of water meters in accordance with § 46 (j), (5) disputes over the tenant's right under section 29 (3) of the rent Act, disagreements about whether an agreement pursuant to section 66 (a) of the rent Act is manifestly unfair and disputes over rent increases announced in accordance with section 13 (a).
section 15 (a). the rules laid down in §§ 5-14 may be waived in the lease agreements for residential apartments in buildings that have been put into service after 31 December 1992. December 1991.

(2). Similarly, §§ 5-14 permitted when tenancy of a dwelling, the 31. December 1991 legally exclusively used for business purposes, see. the rules laid down in Chapter VII. The same applies, if the premises no later than prior to this date were used exclusively for lawful or legally was designed exclusively for commercial purposes. The provision in section 11, paragraph 1, shall, however, apply mutatis mutandis to such leases. The shell of the lease indicate that the rental unit is covered by this provision.
(3). Furthermore, §§ 5-14 departed from only by rental to year-round habitation, when tenancy is concerned a newly furnished apartment or a refurbished single room in a roof, as the 1. September 2002 was not used to or registered as residential. The same applies to apartments and single rooms in nypåbyggede floors, which are granted planning permission after the 1. July 2004. The provision in section 11, paragraph 1, shall apply mutatis mutandis to such leases. The shell of the lease indicate that the rental unit is covered by this provision. In connection with the fitting out of housing in the top floor with 6 weeks notice, the landlord may dispose of the attic, if specified lessee other space that is usable for the agreed purpose.
(4). Rent increase for those of paragraph 1-3 included leases may be required on the basis of the agreement on the regulation of rentals of certain amounts to certain times or after net price indices and can be implemented solely by the lessor's written notice to the tenant.
(5). Rent Committee may at the tenant's request, decide whether a contract concluded pursuant to paragraph 1, 2 or 3 are reasonable, see. section 36 of the law on contracts and other legal transactions on property law.
§ 16. With fine or imprisonment until 4 months punished anyone who demands a tenant higher rent than allowed according to the rules laid down in this chapter. In the same way penalized the landlord, rent and lease agreements as conditions are more onerous than for the tenant permitted in accordance with the provisions of §§ 5-6.
(2). That can be imposed on companies, etc. (legal persons) criminal liability in accordance with the provisions of the criminal code 5. Chapter.
§ 17. The landlord has charged higher rent, deposit, deposit or similar than allowed, can require the tenant paid back too much, like the tenant will be able to require the rent reduced with effect for the future. At the termination of the tenancy to tenant's requirements be made applicable for rent Committee within one year from the time of the transfer.
(2). The tenant may notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph 1 do not require refund of overpaid rent on the grounds that the rent exceeds the value of the premises, with less demands for reduction of rent is made for rent Committee within 1 year after the date the rent or the increased rent is to be paid for the first time.
(3). Claim interest from the time of payment with an annual interest rate equal to the rate of interest fixed under section 5 (1) and (2) of the law on interest for late payment, etc. Where special circumstances justifying it, can it be determined that there must be paid a higher or lower interest rate.
Chapter III Maintenance and straightening section 18. As part of the fulfillment of its duty to maintain the property, the landlord must devote 37.00 € per m² gross floor area of the property a year into an account for the exterior maintenance of the property. In properties, there are taken into use before 1964, the landlord must allocate 44.00 € per m² per year on the account. Amount after 1. and 2. point increase per 1. January 1995 with an amount equal to 1/3 of the amount henlagdes or could be filed per m² gross floor area of the property for the property tax for the renewal of the technical installations, see. § 8, at the end of 1994. For properties that are not covered by section 18 (b), increase the annual marketing however, with 2/3 of the amount henlagdes or could be filed per m² gross floor area of the property for the properties for the renewal of the technical installations, see. § 8, at the end of 1994. Amounts after 1. and 2. PT is measured in 1994-level, and the total amount is adjusted once a year with 2.0 per cent attributed an adjustment percent for the financial year in question, see. law on a rate adjustment percentage. For 1998 and beyond regulated amount after 1. point 1) instead after developments in Statistics Denmark's net price indices in a 12-month period ending in June, the year before the fiscal year, the adjustment relates. The amount is rounded to the nearest whole Crown amount.
(2). Have the property apartments and rooms, which are not covered by the rules laid down in this chapter, shall be for such premises devoted the same amount per m² on maintenance account, which are marketed by the rent for residential apartments. For private cooperative housing associations must be only allocated amount on maintenance account for apartments and rooms, which are rented by the cooperative housing association.
(3). By agreement, the lessee has in part taken over the obligation to maintain the property, shall be reduced by the amount allocated on maintenance account proportionately. The tenant has taken over all the lessor's maintenance obligations, must not be carried out marketing.
(4). If the amount that has been allocated in accordance with paragraph 1 for maintenance and straightening, can not ensure a satisfactory state of the property in the course of 5 years, can the landlord with the support of resident representatives or a majority of the tenants occupy a printer necessary for larger amounts on the budget and on property maintenance account in accordance with paragraph 1.
(5). The landlord must continuously with a half-yearly intervals to submit accounts for account in accordance with paragraph 1, with a copy of the annexes to the resident representatives.
section 18 (a). (repealed) section 18 (b). In properties taken into use before 1970, which has more than 2 residential apartments, the landlord in addition to the amount referred to in section 18, set aside an annual sum of 27.50 € per m². Amount after 1. paragraph increases the 1. January in each of the years 1995, 1996 and 1997 with 4.00 € per m² gross floor area of the property. For the part of the property, relating to residential tenancies in which the tenant's obligation for exterior maintenance pursuant to the agreement includes installations and building components, as mentioned in the previously existing section 20 of the law on rent regulation. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 823 of 12. October 1993, with the exception of locks and keys, the amount shall be increased in those years, however, only with 1.00 1.50 kr, kr, respectively. and 1.00 DKK per m² gross floor area of the property. In addition, the amount is increased after 1. paragraph further on 1 October. January 1995 with an amount equal to 1/3 of the amount henlagdes or could be filed per m² gross floor area of the property for the property tax for the renewal of the technical installations, see. § 8, at the end of 1994. Amount after 1. PT is measured in 1994-level, and the total amount is adjusted once a year with 2.0 per cent attributed an adjustment percent for the financial year in question, see. law on a rate adjustment percentage. For 1998 and beyond regulated amount after 1. PT. 2) in place for the development of Statistics Denmark's net price indices in a 12-month period ending in June, the year before the fiscal year, the adjustment relates. The amount is rounded to the nearest whole Crown amount. In 1998 reduced the amount to 1 € per m². Amount after 1. paragraph may also be increased pursuant to section 18 (d). The amount is added to an account for the property in the Land owners ' investment fund, see. Chapter III (A).
(2). Paragraph 1 shall apply mutatis mutandis where the disposal is done in accordance with § 66.
(3). Amount allocated in accordance with paragraph 1 shall be applied in accordance with the rules set out in section 19. However, the amount is mainly used for fire protection and energy-saving measures.
(4). Resident representatives or a majority of the tenants can suggest implementation of works, as the funds allocated can be used for.
(5). The deposited amount may not be subject to creditor proceedings and can only be paid according to the rules in sections 22 (b) and 22 (e).
(6). The provision of paragraph 1 shall not apply to premises by assessment authorities assessed as agricultural, forest, plantation, Orchard, greenhouse or nursery, see. section 33 of the law on the assessment of the country's real estate.
(7). Rent Committee may decide that the sales amount in accordance with paragraph 1 must be reduced for a period up to 5 years, where resident representatives or a majority of the tenants are demanding it. The amount can, among other things. reduced if there on the account in accordance with paragraph 1 in advance to stand equal to the most recent 5 years of technical provisions after deduction of amounts under section 18 d, paragraph 1, or if the property's maintenance standards dictate that in the period is not a need for a larger amount. The amount may not be reduced to an amount that is lower than 15 € per m² gross floor area of the property.
§ 18 c. Reasons owners ' investment fund may exempt the owner of a property for disposal pursuant to section 18 (b) for the part of the property used exclusively for purposes other than residential.
(2). The Interior and the Minister of Social Affairs may lay down rules on the extent to which the Land owners ' investment fund may exempt an owner for the placing on the market pursuant to section 18 (b).
(3). Land owners ' investment fund decision in accordance with paragraph 1 may be referred to the Interior and the Minister of Social Affairs.
section 18 (d). The landlord can increase the amounts allocated pursuant to section 18 (b), paragraph 1, if it is necessary to implement a 5-year maintenance plan.

(2). The condition of increasing the amount provided for in paragraph 1 is that the landlord and the resident representatives or a majority of the tenants has adopted a 5-year maintenance plan, which explicitly specifies the work to be performed, and the size of the necessary increase, as well as a timetable for doing so. When the parties have adopted the plan, must the landlord provide in order to send the Reasons owners ' investment fund a copy of supporting documents that the parties have adopted the plan.
(3). Landlord fails in whole or in part to carry out the agreed maintenance work, the increase shall be reduced proportionately. The increase in lapses when the maintenance plan is implemented. If implemented increase of sales amount in accordance with paragraph 1 and the agreed working plan is not done, can rent Committee referred to in article 6. (5) require that the rent increase, which may be charged as a result of the increased marketing, must be repaid to the tenants. The amount is paid into an account of the Reasons owners ' investment fund, after payment done by the release of funds from here.
(4). Change the property owner, continued the maintenance plan of the new owner in accordance with the agreement with the tenants in accordance with paragraph 2.
(5). Disputes between landlord and tenants concerning implementation of an agreed maintenance schedule is determined by the rent Committee.
§ 19. On the account in accordance with section 18 may be deducted from amounts which are used for achievement of the lessor's obligation to other maintenance than those referred to in section 21 of the law on rent, or amount used for fireproofing and straightening. In addition, with the support of resident representatives or a majority of the tenants be deducted from amount used for improvement, insulation etc.
(2). Covered a cost of borrowings, the landlord is entitled to, instead of deducting the expense to deduct the annual mortgage payments on account, as these are paid.
§ 20. A separate financial statements shall be drawn up for maintenance account where the expense is displayed, distributed on the individual works or various categories of works. A positive or negative balance be carried over to the following financial year.
(2). Have neither tenants or resident representatives in the course of the last year received maintenance accounts pursuant to section 12 or section 13, any of the tenants require to obtain a copy of the accounts referred to in paragraph 1. The tenant or his proxy shall, upon request, be given access to review the annexes.
(3). By change of ownership takes over the new landlord maintenance obligation and continuing maintenance account. A scratch account pursuant to section 18 (b) the consequences of any change in the property.
§ 21. Disagreements about the fulfilment of the tenant's obligation to maintain the cleanliness, maintenance and renewal of the basic regulation. Chapter IV of the law on rent, be decided by the rent Committee. This also applies to disputes over compliance with tenant's obligation for redecoration after vacates.
(2). The Committee also determines the disagreement on the repayment of deposit in connection with vacating.
§ 22. Difference of opinion on the compliance of the lessor's obligation to the upkeep, maintenance and renewal of the basic regulation. § § 19-24 of the law on rent, be decided by the rent Committee. The same applies to disputes over the amount deducted on account of exterior maintenance.
(2). The landlord fails to comply with a request from the Tribunal before a set time to submit accounts with vouchers for the last 5 years on the accounts referred to in section 22 of the law on rent and §§ 18 and 18 (b) of this Act, the lessee may demand taken into account, that account left for an amount corresponding to the period's provisions without any deduction for expenses incurred for maintenance. The landlord fails to comply with a request from the Tribunal before a set time to submit accounts with annexes relating to the account referred to in article 18 (b), can rent Committee demand accounts and supporting documents from the Land owners ' investment fund.
(3). The Tribunal may order the landlord to let certain worker carry out and lay down detailed rules thereof, including setting a time limit for the completion of each work. Rent Committee can simultaneously provide that the rent shall be reduced by an amount equal to the value of the required works, if the landlord does not comply with a after 1. item period specified. Rent reduction applies until the works are completed. 3) Reasons owners ' investment fund shall take a final decision whether to put the workers on the landlord's behalf, see. section 60, paragraph 1, or rent Committee decides that the property to be administered on behalf of the owner of the basic regulation. law on the forced administration of rental properties.
(4). By decision of the question of cleaning and maintenance works, which cost cannot be held by a maintenance account, the Tribunal must take into account whether the property's maintenance mode must be deemed reasonable in relation to the current rent. Gives the current rent will not be able to order the immediate implementation of the necessary, but not urgent maintenance work, the Tribunal may impose upon the landlord to carry out such works as the necessary deposits take effect.
Chapter III A Maintenance account of the Reasons owners ' investment fund section 22 (a). The amounts referred to in article 18 (b) shall be paid annually in arrears. The Interior and the Minister of Social Affairs shall lay down detailed rules on the due date.
(2). Is there before the annual deposit amounts held for maintenance, fire protection, restoration, improvement or energy-saving measures pursuant to section 18 (b), (3) or section 19, which cannot be covered by the amount under section 18, the amount can be deducted from the annual deposit. Except for the part of the expenditure for which grants are awarded after the second law. The deposit must be accompanied by documentation of the deduction.
(3). Land owners ' investment fund shall ensure that the amount at any time make any representations on account, corresponding to the lessor's obligation pursuant to section 18 (b) minus the amount not paid, without prejudice. paragraph 2, and the amount that is released under section 22 (b).
(4). Is it on the account deposit amount less than provided in accordance with the provisions of this law, can release under section 22 (b) only happen when the missing amount is paid up.
(5). Is it on the account deposit amount greater than assumed, the difference shall be paid as soon as possible to the landlord, who cannot bear interest on the excess portion of the time, the amount has been tied.
(6). Land owners ' investment fund shall ensure that the person liable for payment takes place in a timely manner. For overdue amounts, the Fund has a mortgage and priority of that property after property taxes. Recovery occurs with the addition of a fee that accrue arrears collection authority, and to be determined by the Interior and the Minister of Social Affairs, in consultation with the tax Minister.
(7). The Interior and the Minister of Social Affairs sets out rules for how Land owners ' investment fund must check deposits without prejudice. section 18 (b), and payments without prejudice. § § 22 (b) and 22 (e). The Interior and the Minister of Social Affairs supervises the provisions are complied with.
section 22 (b). Amounts deposited into an account under section 18 (b), shall be paid when the landlord can demonstrate that an equivalent amount is applied to the property's maintenance, fire protection, straightening, improvement under section 19 (1), or for services on loans for the purposes mentioned, see. section 19, paragraph 2. Except for the part of the expenditure for which grants are awarded after the second law.
(2). At the latest at the same time that the landlord requires sums paid under paragraph 1 shall be resident representatives or the bearings have to be informed of the expenditure incurred and the amount required to be paid.
(3). Amount credited to an account pursuant to section 18 (b) can be paid, unless the resident representatives or a majority of the tenants protesting against the payment within 6 weeks of receipt of the notification in accordance with paragraph 2. If consensus cannot be achieved between landlord and resident representatives or a majority of the tenants, the landlord may refer the matter to the rent Committee, if he wants to maintain the requirement for payment in accordance with paragraph 1.
(4). It is a condition for payment in accordance with paragraph 1, that the landlord proves that the deposit amount on the property's account under section 18 is exhausted.
section 22 c. Article 20 shall apply mutatis mutandis to section 18 (b) referred to in the account.
paragraph 22 (d). Land owners ' investment fund shall, at the request of the rent Committee in the municipality where the property is situated, disclose information about the binding and release of the amount as well as the size of the deposit amount on the property's account pursuant to section 18 (b).
section 22 (e). If the property demolished, they shall be paid on the account in accordance with section 18 (b) the deposit amount to the owner.
(2). If the property is transferred to such other use, that it is not subject to the Cape. II-V of this law, they shall be paid on the account in accordance with section 18 (b) the deposit amount to the owner. For the payment of compensation from the public by expropriation or kondemnering (cf. the Act on urban renewal, the Act on urban renewal and the development of cities and the law on the reorganisation) leaving remaining amounts in the measured compensation.
(3). If a Municipal Council decides that the rules of the Cape. II-V shall no longer apply in the municipality, transferred the balance of the account in accordance with section 18 (b) in section 63 a of the law on rent referred account.
(4). Payment in accordance with paragraphs 1 and 2 shall be carried out in the course of the quarter following the quarter during which the deposit obligation has ceased.
§ 22 f. Disputes between the owner and tenants as well as the owner and Land owners ' investment fund in accordance with this chapter shall be decided by the rent Committee.

section 22 g. The person who for the purpose of deposit to or withdrawal from an account under section 18 (b) above for Reasons owners ' investment fund gives off false written statement or writing attests to something about which he has no knowledge is punishable under section 163 of the Civil Penal Code.
Chapter IV Improvements section 23. Before the landlord of a property with no resident representation is launching an improvement that will lead to a rent increase, which, together with the improvement increases implemented over the past 3 years-will constitute more than 64 € per m² gross floor area of the property, he must submit written notice to the tenants if rent relationship desired improved. It shall indicate the nature of the work and an indication of improvement rent increase comes the expected size. Notice shall also include information on tenant's access to object, see. (2). Contains this information, it is not announced invalid. It in 1. paragraph mentioned amount is calculated in the 1994 level and adjusted once a year with 2.0 per cent attributed an adjustment percent for the financial year in question, see. law on a rate adjustment percentage. For 1998 and beyond regulated amount after 1. paragraph instead after developments in Statistics Denmark's net price indices in a 12-month period ending in June, the year before the fiscal year, the adjustment relates. The amount is rounded to the nearest whole Crown amount.
(2). Have at least 1/4 of the tenants no later than 6 weeks after the warning letter has come forward to those writing objected against implementation of an improvement referred to in paragraph 1, the landlord before another 6 weeks, refer the matter to the rent Committee, if he wants to maintain the requirement for improvement.
§ 24. Before the landlord of a property with a resident representation is launching an improvement that will cause rent increase as referred to in article 23, paragraph 1, he shall submit written notice to resident representatives. It shall contain a description of the work with expenditure estimates, information on financing and the expected size of the rent increase is a result of the forbedringens implementation. Notice shall also include information on residents ' representatives access to object, see. (3). Contains this information, it is not announced invalid.
(2). At the latest at the same time as notice is given to the resident representatives must the landlord provide notice to all tenants whose rent relationship desired improved. The notification shall contain information about the nature of the work, an indication of improvement rent increase comes the expected size and information on that requirement at the same time presented to the resident representatives. Contains the message isn't this information is announced in accordance with paragraph 1 is not valid.
(3). Has resident representatives tabled in writing no later than 6 weeks after the warning letter has come forward to them, should the landlord before another 6 weeks thereafter refer the matter to the rent Committee, if he wants to maintain the requirement for improvement.
section 24 (a). The Interior and the Minister of Social Affairs shall establish negotiated with state-wide associations of community associations and tenant associations respectively, detailed rules on the preparation of standard forms for notification in case of authorized implementation of improvements according to sections 23 and 24.
§ 25. Brought proceedings for the implementation of improvements according to sections 23 and 24, can rent Committee oppose the implementation, if the improvement is deemed inappropriate, taking into account the property's age, location and the nature of the company. The same applies if it is not deemed to cause an appropriate increase in the use of the property and the person concerned, having regard to the husrums nature, condition, type of construction and equipment. It can thus be taken into account whether the changes, as the measures would result in the individual leased House-room, deemed reasonable in proportion to their existing appropriate use.
(2). If the landlord is launching an improvement, as the Board has resisted, he may not require rent increase for the improvement.
(3). Action before the Court under section 43 or section 44 of a decision by which the Committee has acceded to the implementation of an improvement has suspensory effect.
section 25 (a). At the same time with rent Board's decision pursuant to section 25, the Committee shall take a decision on the size of the rent increase, which will be implemented if the improvement work is carried out in accordance with one of the landlord presented project materials related to the proposed measure, as well as a statement of the estimated costs of implementation and calculation of the requested rent increase, unless such a decision previously taken pursuant to paragraph 2, or case on this matter is pending.
(2). Before embarking on improvements, including modification work relating to the aggregation of the apartments, which will lead to a rent increase, rent Committee shall, unless such a decision previously taken pursuant to paragraph 1, or case on this matter is pending, at lessor's preliminary decision on the size of the rent increase, which will be implemented if the improvement work is carried out in accordance with one of the landlord presented project materials related to the proposed measure, as well as a statement of the estimated costs of implementation and calculation of the requested rent increase.
(3). Before embarking on improvements in connection with trading of an apartment, see. section 73 of the law on rent, rent Committee shall decide on lessor's request, decide whether the rent may be determined in accordance with section 5, paragraph 2, after the prey and, where appropriate, rental price, where improvement works are carried out in accordance with one of the landlord presented project material, including information on the estimated costs of the implementation of the project.
(4). At the same time with the referral in accordance with paragraph 2, the landlord for the affected tenants to submit information on the nature of the work and an indication of improvement rent increase comes the expected size.
section 25 (b). For each residential leases in a building that is intended to be rebuilt after the provision in § 2 (1) (8). 2, of the law on private urban renewal or pursuant to section 96 (1). 2, of the Act on urban renewal, shall rent Committee on landlord's request a decision on the size of the rent lawfully could be charged before conversion implemented. Similar applies to the leases, which are leased to residential as well as commercial and converted pursuant to section 2 (1) (8). 1 of the law on private urban renewal or pursuant to section 96 (1). 1, of the Act on urban renewal.
(2). For each lease that is intended to be converted to residential apartments after the provision in § 2 (1) (8). 3 or 4, of the law on private urban renewal or section 96 (1). 3 or 4, of the Act on urban renewal, shall rent Committee on landlord's request a decision on the size of the rent that could be legally charged for the lease as residential apartment before renovation undertaken.
(3). For each of the leases, which are converted in accordance with the provisions of article 2, paragraph 1, no. 2-4 of the law on private urban renewal or section 96 (1). 2-4, of the Act on urban renewal, determines the rent Committee on landlord's request, when the redevelopment is finished, whether conversion costs proportionate to the achieved quality. The Committee also determines whether the modification work is covered by the under section 2, paragraph 3, of the law on private urban renewal provided positive list, and on the by the landlord rent increase is calculated in accordance with the provision in section 5 a of the Act on private urban renewal.
(4). Rent Committee can only take a decision in accordance with paragraphs 1 and 2, if made reservation of law on private investment framework for urban renewal or Chapter 5 of the Act on urban renewal. The Board may require the information submitted, which is necessary for the proceedings, including evidence that the reserved investment framework in accordance with the law on private urban renewal or Chapter 5 of the Act on urban renewal. The Tribunal cannot by a later Court change decision in accordance with paragraphs 1 and 2. Of decisions taken in accordance with paragraph 3, must the landlord provide a conversion company with information on the costs incurred and documented expenses and rent increases spread across the individual leases registered or certified by a chartered accountant or by local Government Audit Department for rent Committee.
(5). The rent Board's decisions in accordance with paragraphs 1 to 3 of the parties can be referred to the housing court, see. section 43 (1), in the municipality of Copenhagen, however, for the Appeals Board pursuant to section 44 (1). Decisions of the Appeals Board in accordance with paragraphs 1 to 3 may be brought before the housing court, see. section 44 (6). The deadline for the tenant's recourse for housing right after § § 43 (1) and 44, paragraph 6, and for the Board of appeal pursuant to section 44 (1), counted from the date on which the lessee receive the decision.
section 25 c. Before the landlord initiates the modification work relating to the furnishing of one or more residential apartments in a roof, which has not previously been adapted for the residential rent Committee on landlord's request shall take decision on the size of the rent lawfully could be charged if the alteration work is carried out in accordance with one of the landlord presented project materials related to the proposed work. The landlord must give the Board a statement of the estimated costs of the implementation of the works and information on the desired future rent. The rent is determined on the basis of the projected expenditure in accordance with the rules of setting for enhanced rental leases in § 5 (1) or (2).

(2). For the leases, which rent Committee has taken a decision in accordance with paragraph 1, the Tribunal shall decide on lessor's request, when the redevelopment is finished, whether conversion costs proportionate to the approved rent.
section 26. An improvement will lead to a rent increase, which-together with rent increases for improvements carried out over the last 3 years-will constitute more than 127 € per m² gross floor area of the property, the landlord not later than 3 months before the forbedringens implementation, inform the tenant that he may require to be offered other suitable housing before the end of the period referred to in paragraph 2. It in 1. paragraph mentioned amount is calculated in the 1994 level and adjusted once a year with 2.0 per cent attributed an adjustment percent for the financial year in question, see. law on a rate adjustment percentage. For 1998 and beyond regulated amount after 1. paragraph instead after developments in Statistics Denmark's net price indices in a 12-month period ending in June, the year before the fiscal year, the adjustment relates. The amount is rounded to the nearest whole Crown amount.
(2). Makes the tenant no later than 6 weeks after the forecast demand to be offered other suitable accommodation, the landlord before forbedringens launch offer the tenant a dwelling of suitable size, location, quality and equipment and for a rent which, after deduction of any housing aid-do not differ significantly from the previous rent. The apartment has an appropriate size, when it has the same number as the previous tenant's apartment room, or have a room more than the number of household members.
(3). Where the lessee makes an objection, because he finds that the lessor's offer of different housing does not meet the conditions laid down in paragraph 2, the landlord may refer the matter to the rent Board.
(4). In the face of a tenant who has not received the notification referred to in paragraph 1 of his or her right to claim second home, rent increase as a result of the improvement is not implemented in addition to the information referred to in paragraph 1 specified limit.
§ 27. Have the landlord in accordance with the rules laid down in § § 23-26 improved it hired, he may require the rent plus an amount corresponding to the increase in the value of the premises, without prejudice. Rent Act § 58.
(2). Have a landlord implemented work according to the rule in the rent section 46 (a), paragraph 3, can he demand a rent increase, which covers the expenditure arising from the implementation of the workers referred to in article 6. rent section 58, paragraph 3.
(3). The rules set out in sections 12, 13, 15 and 17 shall apply mutatis mutandis. Rent increase can be implemented at the earliest with effect from the date on which the improvement is complete.
(4). The landlord can require a provisional rent increase, on the basis of an estimate of expenditure and to present new reserve requirements, when the construction company is completed. If the construction company is not carried out within 6 months from the date on which the interim rent increase went into effect, may, at the request of a tenant rent Committee determine that the provisional rent increase shall lapse if the landlord does not bear the accounts within a period specified by the rent Committee, unless the excess over the 6-month deadline depends on other factors than the lessor's. The rent to be adjusted after the construction company when it becomes available.
(5). Is the case brought before the rent Board, can the landlord until the Board's decision, obtain the announced rent increase as a provisional rent increase. The rent should be adjusted in accordance with the Board's decision. Rent Committee may, however, provide that the landlord may receive only a small amount until the Board has made its decision. If to that rental increase is given prior approval under section 25 (a), can only change the rent Committee ex-ante approval stipulated rent increase, in the case of changed circumstances.
(6). Performs landlord not a stub improvement work with the necessary speed, see. section 56 of the law on rent, rent Committee may set a time limit for completion of work.
(7). Refund to tenants of too much paid rent shall bear interest from which they were levied up point after the provision in section 17, paragraph 3.
(8). The Interior and the Minister of Social Affairs shall establish negotiated with state-wide associations of community associations and tenant associations respectively, detailed rules on the preparation of standard forms for notification in case of authorized improvement increases according to paragraph 1.
section 27 (a). At the request of resident representatives or a majority of the tenants rent Committee decides whether the conditions are met to demand the execution of the works covered by the rent Act § 46 (a), paragraph 3.
(2). The Board may require the landlord to perform the works referred to in paragraph 1 and fix a time limit for the completion of each work.
section 27 (b). Rent Committee decides on disputes over the tenant's right to carry out improvement works, etc. in the apartment against reimbursement for rent section 62 (a).
(2). Rent Committee determines further disagreement on the reduction of the basis for the calculation of reimbursement for rent section 62 (a), paragraph 4, of the tenant's costs for improvement works, etc.
(3). Rent Committee also decides on the tenant's request, the disagreement about rent increase by re-letting, corresponding to the increase in the value of the premises, without prejudice. rent section 62 (a), paragraph 9.
section 28. (Repealed) section 29. When the improvement comprises only measures ordered pursuant to law, or work that is conducted pursuant to section 46 of the Act (a) rent (3), or measures covered by a municipal Board decision pursuant to the Act on urban renewal and housing improvement, without prejudice. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 658 of 11. August 1993, of Chapter 5 of the Act on urban renewal, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 260 of 7. April 2003 or by law on private urban renewal find the rules in § § 23-25 (a), 26 and 27 (4), 2. paragraph shall not apply.
(2). The landlord has carried out measures as referred to in paragraph 1 with loans from the Land owners ' investment fund, he can instead of rent increase under section 27 to demand the rent plus the annual performance of the loans obtained to finance the required improvement. However, this rule shall only apply where the rent increase so calculated not exceeding 15 € per m² gross floor area of the property.
(3). Rent increase referred to in paragraph 2 may be carried out with 3 months ' notice. The rules in section 50 (2) and (4) of the law on rent shall apply mutatis mutandis.
(4). The landlord has carried out measures in accordance with the law on private urban renewal or Chapter 5 of the Act on urban renewal, he may instead of rent increase for improvements pursuant to section 27 require rent increase designed and implemented in accordance with the rules of the law on private urban renewal or in Chapter 5 of the Act on urban renewal.
section 29 (a). With fine or imprisonment until 4 months punished the carrying out modernisations (improvements) of a property in contravention of the rules laid down in this chapter or with the knowledge of the unlawful relationship are funding such modernization.
(2). That can be imposed on companies, etc. (legal persons) criminal liability in accordance with the provisions of the criminal code 5. Chapter.
Chapter IV (A) Rent Regulation for smaller estates section 29 (b). The rules in this chapter apply to leases of property, as the 1. January 1995 included 6 or fewer residential apartments. In properties, which is owned by housing associations, including rules, where the property is 6 or fewer residential apartments that are rented out by the cooperative housing association.
section 29 c. For properties, if construction is not funded with inflation-indexed loans under section 29, paragraph 2, of the law on mortgage credit, including rules on amendments to the rental terms in Chapter VIII of the law on rent. The rent in these properties may, however, not significantly exceed the rent paid for similar conditions with regard to location, nature, size, quality, equipment and maintenance mode within the scope of the rules in chapter II-IV, and where the rent is regulated under section 7. By decision after 2. point for leases in buildings with premises which are used for other than residential purposes, be compared with the rent for leases in similar properties. Where there are no comparable leases where rent is regulated under section 7, or if the rental price for comparable lease shall be deemed to be non-typical, can rent Committee pursuant to section 40 obtain information about the property's operating expenses, etc. and on the basis of that information, hire the rent that would be charged if the rent should be calculated in accordance with section 7. 2.-4. paragraph shall not, however, apply to leases subject to section 53, paragraphs 3-5 of the law on rent.
section 29 d. For properties whose construction has been financed with inflation-indexed loans under section 29, paragraph 2, of the law on mortgage credit, including rules about rent setting for index-funded housing in Chapter VIII A of the law on rent.
section 29 e. In addition to those referred to in sections 29 (c) and 29 (d) rules apply rules on improvements etc. in chapter X of the law on rent.
section 29 (f). (Repealed)
Chapter V the rent adjustment for single rooms § 30. The rules in this chapter apply to the rental of the rooms, which are not covered by the rules laid down in chapters II to IV (A).
section 31. Find the tenant that the rent or other terms are unreasonable, he can bring the question of rent Committee that can change the rent pursuant to section 49 of the law on renting and leasing conditions.
(2). The rent shall be reduced or changed leasing conditions of Board, this can determine that the tenancy cannot be terminated without the Board's approval.

section 32. Deemed a termination from the lessor's side led by or to stand in connection with the attempt to achieve an unfair rent or other iniquitous rental terms, can rent Committee reject affect validity and determine that the tenancy can only be terminated by the Board's approval. The same applies if a termination as a result of other special circumstances in connection with its submission is deemed contrary to usual good rental usage so that it can be regarded as unfair.
section 33. Is case raised for rent Committee, this may, where the circumstances justify it, determine that the tenancy is not without the Board's approval may be terminated, so that the tenant must vacate the rented, prior to the Board's decision in the case is taken.
§ 34. With fine punished anyone who charges a higher rent than allowed by the rent Committee after the rule in section 31, or as contrary to section 32 terminates the tenancy without the Board's consent.
(2). That can be imposed on companies, etc. (legal persons) criminal liability in accordance with the provisions of the criminal code 5. Chapter.
(3). § 17 shall apply mutatis mutandis.
Chapter WE Rent boards section 35. In all municipalities be reduced one or more rent nævntil settlement of disputes in accordance with this law and in accordance with the law on rent. Several municipalities may jointly establish common municipal rent boards.
(2). In municipalities in which more than a Board has been established, it is incumbent on the boards by mutual cooperation to organise their processing of cases in accordance with uniform guidelines.
§ 36. A rent Board shall consist of a Chairman and two other members.
(2). The Chairman is appointed by the Director of the State administration on the recommendation of the Municipal Council. The President must have a Bachelor degree. He must not have any special connection to the landowner or tenant organisations or be professionally interested in ejendomshandeler.
(3). The other two members are elected by the Municipal Council on the recommendation of the major landlord associations and the major tenant associations in the municipality. They should both be known with the rent ratio.
(4). There are no major landlord tenant associations or unions in the municipality, or make these not before a municipal councillor time limit setting on the election of members of the Tribunal as referred to in paragraph 3, the Municipal Council election of Committee members, with one Member must be an owner, who also is the landlord, and the second Member shall be a tenant who does not also rents out.
(5). In cases of disputes in accordance with §§ 79 a-79 c of the law on rent be upheld the Board by a person who is expert with regard to social conditions. The social expert appointed by the Municipal Council. The social experts have not the right to vote, in accordance with article 3. section 42 (3) of the Board.
(6). Selecting an alternate member for each of the members and the social experts after the mentioned in paragraph 2-5 rules.
(7). The appointment of the President, members and alternate members is done for up to 4 years. A member may, however, choose to terminate the rent Committee to be filled after 67 years.
section 37. President, a member or alternate shall comply with the conditions laid down in article 109, paragraph 2, of the law on rent, except for the requirement of Danish citizenship.
(2). The provisions of section 109, paragraph 3, of the law on rent shall apply mutatis mutandis.
(3). The Committee member or alternate member is obliged to meet in Committee after due summons. No show, without legally decline reported, punishable by fine.
(4). The provisions of the code of Civil Procedure Act, section 60, paragraph 1, and section 61 shall apply mutatis mutandis.
section 38. The Municipal Council shall provide the necessary premises available to the Committee and provide the necessary assistance for this. The municipality shall bear the expenses incurred by the Board's business entails, including for Office team w. v., and the Chairperson and the members ' outlay on the occasion of his Office. The Municipal Council may confer upon the President, other Committee members, the social experts, their alternates and the mediators under section 42 (1) remuneration for their activities.
§ 39. Appeals for rent Committee must be made in writing. The required documentation must be attached. By bringing the matter of cases for rent Committee to be paid a fee of 100 DKK for each case. The amount laid down in the 1998 level and adjusted once a year after development in Statistics Denmark's net price indices in a 12-month period ending in June, the year before the fiscal year, the adjustment relates. The amount is rounded to the nearest whole Crown amount.
(2). No later than 1 week after the proceedings before the Court gives the Board the other party to the tenancy under the direction of the referral, indicating that he must submit its utterances in the case within two weeks. This period may be extended by the Board, if special circumstances justify.
§ 40. The Tribunal shall decide on the rejection of complaints, which are not deemed suitable for treatment by the Board.
(2). The Board to decide what further studies to be carried out by the Committee in connection with the examination of the individual case. The Board has the right to demand information necessary for the identification of the parties, all public authorities and private persons.
(3). In cases under sections 79 a-79 c of the law on rent Tribunal, however, must always be imposed before a tenant an retsfølge under section 79 (b), paragraph 1, of the law on rent, to examine the possibilities for the lessee at the same time can make use of the offer from the municipality, if the Tribunal determines that this is a case of social character.
(4). The Board shall fix a time limit, normally not exceeding 2 weeks for answering the question, the Committee shall make to the parties or others. The time limit may be extended by the Tribunal, if special circumstances justify.
§ 41. The Tribunal can carry out Visual inspection. The Parties shall be convened to Visual inspection with at least 1 week's notice.
(2). The Board may convene a meeting of the Board and other parties. Both parties must tilvarsles. They can provide meeting by an agent.
(3). The Board's President makes sure proceedings in preparation for treatment in the Committee meeting.
(4). The parties will receive all information, as the Tribunal is of importance for the decision.
(5). In cases of disputes in accordance with §§ 79 a-79 c of the law on rent Tribunal must give the parties the necessary guidance. Upon request, the Secretariat shall assist the parties during the proceedings to the extent necessary in connection with the submission of written opinions.
§ 42. Rent Committee must decide no later than 4 weeks from the time the Board has received responses under section 39 (2), or under section 40 (4), or where the time limit for response after the rules has expired or where the parties are met for the Tribunal, see. section 41, paragraph 2. In cases under sections 79-79 (a) (b) of the law on rent the Tribunal may call for the holding of mediation.
(2). In cases where the time limit for response after those provisions have expired, without response is made, the Tribunal may interpret the silence on the most favourable way and, in particular, put the other party for its manufacture to the reason for the decision.
(3). The rent Board's decision are taken by ordinary majority vote. In the event of a tied vote the President's vote is decisive makes. The Tribunal is only belutningsdygtigt, when all its members are present.
(4). The Board's decision protokolleres. A decision is not unanimous, also introduced information about the vote.
(5). The Board's decision shall be communicated to the complainant and the other parties. The Committee's decisions under section 79 (b), paragraph 1, of the law on rent to be served, if the decision is taken, without that party has answered or appeared for the Board. The decision must be justified. The parties should be made aware of the referral access according to §§ 43 and 44. If the decision is not unanimous, this must be stated in the decision together with the reasons therefor. Is made conditional tenancy, see. paragraph 79 (b), paragraph 1, no. 1 of the law on rent, please indicate as well the conditions as the time of their termination.
(6). The Committee has acceded to the implementation of an improvement shall be communicated to the parties, that Court also of the decision under section 43 or section 44 has suspensive effect.
section 43. Outside of the Copenhagen Municipality can rent Board's decision by each of the parties, be referred to the housing court. The same is true in the municipality of Copenhagen for decisions pursuant to section § 79 a-79 c of the law on rent regulation. section 44 (1).
(2). Referrals must be made within 4 weeks after the notification of the Board's decision is communicated to the parties. However, the Court may exceptionally allow housing, that the matter be referred to the housing court after the expiry of the deadline, when application is made within 1 year after the rent Board's decision. Authorization, however, the case must be instituted within 4 weeks.
(3). In properties with resident representation can resident representatives apart from the decisions in accordance with §§ 79 a-79 c of the law on rent may refer the decision. Rent Act section 49, paragraph 5, last paragraph, shall apply mutatis mutandis.
(4). Rent Committee shall, after housing the Court of quantification to account for his decision during the boligrets affair.
(5). When treating cases of termination or cancellation due to violation of conditions in cases where tenancy is made conditional pursuant to section 79 (b), paragraph 1, no. 1 of the law on rent, or where the rent Committee has announced a warning pursuant to section 79 (b), paragraph 1, no. 2, of the law on rent, housing court can make a full review of the rent Board's decision, unless the matter was previously decided by the housing court.

(6). Rent Committee has not acted before the expiry of the deadline for doing so in section 42 (1), the complainant may refer the matter to the housing court without waiting for the Board's decision. Paragraphs 3 and 4 shall apply mutatis mutandis.
§ 44. In the municipality of Copenhagen can rent Board's decisions aside from decisions pursuant to section § 79 a-79 c of the law on rent of each of the Parties shall be brought before an Appeals Board. Referrals must be made within 4 weeks after the notification of the rent Board's decisions are communicated to the parties. section 43 (3) and (6) shall apply mutatis mutandis. The Appeals Board may, however, exceptionally allow the case to be brought before the Board of appeal after the expiry of the deadline, when application is made within 1 year after the rent Board's decision. Authorization, however, the matter shall be brought within four weeks.
(2). The Appeals Board shall consist of a Chairman and 4 other members, including 2 building savvy. The President appointed by the Interior and the Minister of Social Affairs on the recommendation of the Municipal Council. The other members are appointed by the Municipal Council.
(3). The President must be expert in housing and satisfy the conditions laid down in article 36, paragraph 2. Of the other members are appointed 2, of which 1 must be knowledgeable, building upon the recommendation of the State-wide associations of associations of owners of rental properties and (2) of which 1 must be knowledgeable, building upon the recommendation of the State-wide associations of tenant associations. The provisions of § 36, paragraphs 6 and 7, and section 37 shall apply mutatis mutandis. The, which has its seat in a rent Board can not elected President, a member or alternate member of the Board of appeal.
(4). The complainant charged the sum of 106 kroner for each apartment or premises in respect of which the decision brought before the Appeals Board. The amount shall accrue to the municipality. The amount is calculated in the 1994 level and regulerers once a year with 2.0 per cent attributed an adjustment percent for the financial year in question, see. law on a rate adjustment percentage. For 1998 and beyond regulated amount after 1. paragraph instead after developments in Statistics Denmark's net price indices in a 12-month period ending in June, the year before the fiscal year, the adjustment relates. The amount is rounded to the nearest whole Crown amount.
(5). The rules set out in sections 38 to 42 shall apply.
(6). Appeal Board's decision can be challenged before the Court in accordance with the rules in § 43 housing. The time limit of one year referred to in article 6. section 43, paragraph 1, shall be counted from the Appeal Board's decision.
Chapter VII of usage of the housing section 45. The rules in this chapter apply to homes with kitchen, there is or has been used for year-round habitation in the municipalities listed in section 2 of the basic regulation. However, section 46 (1), (3). paragraph, section 48 (1), (3). paragraph, section 50 (1), (2). section and section 52 (a) (1), (3). PT.
(2). Municipal Board's decisions in accordance with the rules laid down in this chapter are final.
§ 46. Without the consent of the Board of Directors Municipal Council is not allowed to shut down a home in whole or in part. This is true whether the killing is done by the demolition, by full or partial merger of 2 or more dwellings or know that homes wholly or partially be used for anything other than residential. What is provided in 1. and 2. paragraph shall apply mutatis mutandis to the single rooms that have been used for residential purposes, when the rooms are not part of the lessor's dwelling or a share of a one-or tofamilieshus, as the lessor inhabit.
(2). The Municipal Council may except those referred to in paragraph 1, last sentence referred to single rooms cannot refuse consent in accordance with paragraph 1 to the aggregation of homes when the following conditions are met: (a)) none of the housing provided, must have a gross floor area of the property at more than 130 m², b) dwellings must be available, without that this is due to be observed by the landlord's side, after rent section 82 or section 83 (a)-(b), (c)), if the accommodation area is increased, is available as specified under (b) or inhabited by users who want to take over the expanded housing.
§ 47. Without the consent of the Board of Directors Municipal Council do not allow individuals who belong to the same household to use more than one property in the same municipality. The municipalities in the Capital Region, with the exception of Bornholm Municipality, as well as Greve, Køge, Camps, Roskilde, Solrød and Stevns Municipalities considered in this regard as one municipality.
(2). A dwelling that has hitherto been rented as residential apartment, must not hired out as single rooms without municipal Board's consent.
section 48. Gets a property that has hitherto been used wholly or in part, to year-round residential, vacant, the owner must ensure that it continues to be used for residential purposes. A dwelling is considered idle when it is not leased to or not be used for residential purposes. What is provided in 1. and 2. paragraph, the corresponding single rooms, which until now has been used for residential purposes, when the rooms are not part of the lessor's dwelling or a share of a one-or tofamilieshus, as the lessor inhabit.
(2). Have a home been unemployed for more than 6 weeks, the owner must undertake review of the vacant apartment to the Municipal Council.
(3). After expiry of the specified period may indicate a municipal apartment seekers to whom the owner is obliged to immediately lease the dwelling, without prejudice. However, paragraph 6.
(4). The Municipal Council is entitled to by the bailiff to let a home seeker, as municipal Council has instructed, insert in the apartment, see. However, paragraph 6.
(5). Has the owner in his review on a municipal Board's discretion after satisfactorily established that he has contracted the later transfer of rights of use, or to the home temporarily uninhabitable as a result of the modification, the Municipal Council may give him a further period before paragraph 3 shall apply.
(6). Paragraphs 3 and 4 shall not apply to owners and shareholders, which are vacated their housing, and that regardless of the trials has not been able to sell it then.
§ 49. Is a property within the meaning of section 48 on loan, but uninhabited, the Municipal Council repeal the rental agreement unless the current user is temporarily absent because of illness, a business trip, holiday, military service, temporary transfer etc.
(2). The waiver provided for in paragraph 1 shall be effected by written notice to the tenant. It should contain information about the tenant's access to object, see. (3).
(3). The tenant will not recognize the repeal, he shall, not later than 6 weeks after the lifting has come forward to him, submit in writing. The Municipal Council may, if it wishes the abolition maintained, bring proceedings in housing court at the latest 6 weeks after the rent deadline.
(4). The owner is not a month after that he from the Municipal Council has received notification that the abolition of the rental agreement is implemented, ensured that the dwelling is taken in use for residential purposes, paragraph 48, paragraphs 3 and 4 shall apply.
§ 50. A residence within the last 5 years has been used for year-round habitation, shall not without the consent of the Board of Directors put into service to municipal summer residential, etc. temporary use, which precludes that homes continue to be used for year-round habitation. Similarly, in section 48, paragraph 1, last sentence referred to single rooms.
(2). Shall be notified of refusal of consent, the provisions of the rules in § 48, paragraphs 2 to 5 shall apply, as the deadline in section 48, paragraph 2, running from municipal Board's refusal.
(3). Has the owner in violation of the rules laid down in paragraph 1 is taken to homes in use for summer habitation, can the local authority at any time using the rules in section 48. One of the owner signed rental agreement for use as summer Habitat, etc. can of kommmunalbestyrelsen required repealed according to the rules laid down in section 49.
§ 51. Municipal Board's response to an application for consent in accordance with sections 46, 47 and 50 must be provided no later than 6 weeks after the application has been received by the Municipal Council or the documentation submitted by the Municipal Board requested.
(2). Is the dwelling vacant Municipal Council can only refuse consent if the home's continued use for year-round habitation is required by housing seekers in the municipality.
(3). The Municipal Council has refused to grant consent, the owner may request the Municipal Council if pursuant to § 48, paragraph 3, to indicate a tenant for your home. If not within 6 weeks after the Municipal Council request assigns a local Board's consent shall be deemed to be a tenant for granted.
§ 52. Prior to the Municipal Board's consent exists, must not be used for dwelling purpose other than permanent habitation. Nor shall any building change etc. undertaken for the purposes of amalgamation or conversion to other uses than residential. Traded there in conflict herewith, the Municipal Council require the previous state restored.
(2). It is clear from the explanatory memorandum accompanying a termination, or shall be reimbursed the otherwise that the denunciation is made with the purpose to provide a mode as specified in section 46 or 47, § § 50, it is a condition of validity, to affect the Municipal Board's consent is available by paid placement.
section 52 (a). A lease must not be leased to or are inhabited by more than 2 persons per living space (inmate maximum). However, this does not by increase of the tenant's household in the rental period, if the increase is due to the tenant's household children, spouse or partner or their children, or the Municipal Council has given permission under section 52 (b), paragraph 1. By a lease shall be taken to mean both an apartment as a single room.

(2). The tenant has rent the conclusion of the agreement shall be obliged to inform the landlord about household size. The tenant also has a duty to notify the landlord when the tenant's household in the rental period increases, so that the total number of persons who live in the lease, exceeds 2 persons per living space, the increase is due to the tenant's household without children, tenant's spouse or common-law partner or their children.
(3). The landlord will be aware that for many people living in the rental unit, see. (1) must notify the landlord to the Municipal Council.
§ 52 b. The local authority may allow the total number of persons who live in the lease, exceeds 2 persons per living space, if the increase is due to sickness or household) 1 old, dependent relatives, 2) other compelling social considerations after the Municipal Board's specific assessment grounds or 3) the dwelling is of such a size that, following the increase in the household will be an area of 20 m² or more per person.
(2). The Municipal Council must as far as possible decide no later than 1 week after receipt of the tenant's application for authorisation in accordance with paragraph 1. The Municipal Board's decision cannot be appealed to any other administrative authority.
(3). In properties, in which § § 52 (a)-(c) is applicable, see. section 2, paragraph 1, to the Municipal Council, as far as possible, no later than 2 weeks after the Municipal Council has received notice under section 2 (1), 4. paragraph, or a tenant is signed up for the population register of the relevant property address, notify the tenant that the inmate maximum, including rules, section 69, paragraph 2, article 70, paragraph 3, and section 73, paragraph 3, of the law on rent and § 64, paragraph 2, article 65, paragraph 3, and section 69, paragraph 3, of the law on rent of public housing, apply to the lease. The Municipal Council must also announce that this implies that the Municipal Council as part of its supervisory obligation can link registers with the aim to verify whether the inmate maximum is exceeded. The Municipal Council oversees, how many people are subscribed to the population register at that address, and whether the inmate maximum is exceeded, see. section 52 (a), paragraph 1. Exceeded maximum occupant, must send a demand to the Municipal Council tenant that the rent ratio will be lifted if the breach of residents ' maximum is not brought to an end no later than 4 weeks after the order has come forward to the tenant. The order does not contain this information as well as information on the tenant's ability to apply for permission to overrun by inmate maximum in accordance with paragraph 1, or have not given Municipal Council tenant message after 1. point, it is invalid. Caused by the breach of residents ' maximum number of occupants in an apartment in a fremleje relationship pursuant to section 69 of the law on rent or § 64 of the law on rent of public housing, Councillor can extend it in 2. item period referred to.
(4). Be brought to an end not in excess the time limit referred to in paragraph 3, the Municipal Council repeal the rental agreement without undue delay. The lifting is done by written notice to the tenant. Rent Act sections 94 and 95 and the law on rent of public housing sections 91 and 92 apply mutatis mutandis.
(5). The landlord can in a fremleje relationship pursuant to section 69 of the law on rent or § 64 of the law on rent of public housing rental agreement when rent's raise the household increases, so that the total number of persons who live in the apartment, exceeds the inmate maximum, see. section 52 (a), paragraph 1, and in spite of the lessor's default notice tenant fails to bring the breach to an end. (4) 2. and (3). paragraph shall apply mutatis mutandis.
§ 52 c. the Municipal Council may as part of its supervisory obligation referred to in article 6. § 52 b, paragraph 3, link the joint personal data system with municipal Building and housing register (BBR) with the aim to provide information as to whether section 52 (a), paragraph 1, concerning the inmate maximum is respected. Interconnection can be made in the context of the treatment of a single issue or as part of a general search to use for the control thereof.
§ 53. With fine punished anyone who without municipal Board's consent: a) contrary to the rules in section 46, paragraph 1, lay down a housing in whole or in part, b) contrary to the rules in section 47 (1), using more than one residential apartment housing for persons belonging to the same household, c) contrary to the rules in section 47 (2), rents out a residential apartment as single rooms, d) contrary to the rules in section 50 (1) takes a opportunity in use for summer residential etc., e) contrary to the rules in § 52 entrepreneur building changes etc. with a view to the merger of the housing or on the transformation of housing for other than residential.
(2). With fine punished anyone who fails to lodge the in section 48, paragraph 2, provided for review or submit review after expiry of the specified period.
(3). The landlord is penalized by a fine, 1) as contrary to the rules in section 52 (a) (1), rents out a housing, so that the lease will be inhabited by more than 2 persons per living space, 2) who is familiar with that there is violation of § 52 (a), paragraph 1, without notifying the infringement to the Municipal Council, see. section 52 (a), paragraph 3.
(4). That can be imposed on companies, etc. (legal persons) criminal liability in accordance with the provisions of the criminal code 5. Chapter.
Chapter VIII Reasons owners ' investment fund § 54. Land owners ' investment fund manages the funds is tied pursuant to section 18 (b) and section 63 (a) of the law on rent. The Fund's bylaws must be approved by the Interior and the Minister of Social Affairs. The articles of Association shall contain the necessary provisions to ensure sound business, including review by a State-authorized public accountant appointed by the Interior and the Minister of Social Affairs.
(2). The Fund is managed by a Board of 9 members. The Chairman of the Board of Directors and 4 other members of this chosen by nationwide associations of owners of rental properties. The Interior and the Minister of Social Affairs shall decide in cases of doubt, which unions who have the right to vote. The other members are appointed by the Interior and Social Affairs Minister after setting the nationwide associations of tenant associations. In accordance with the same rules be selected delegates for the Chairman and the other members. All selection is done for 4 years at a time. Re-election can take place.
(3). To perform the day-to-day administration of the Foundation's Affairs hires Board Director and other senior staff and lay down guidelines for the organisation of work. General requirements and guides, distributed to the depositors and borrowers must be approved by the Board of Directors.
§ 55. (Repealed) section 55 (a). (Repealed) section 55 (b). (Repealed) section 56. Amount deposited remunerated at a rate to be determined by the Fund, having regard to the General level of interest rates and the Institute's operating result. However, the interest rate can not exceed 9 per cent interest rate per annum of the amount that is bound under section 18 (b) of that Act and section 63 (a) of the law on rent, be attributed to the account once a year.
§ 57. The amount deposited is not lent to the improvement or restoration of residential buildings, including loans to the fire protection measures, or for the acquisition of properties for the purposes of redevelopment, must at all times be located in bonds issued by the financial institutions which are approved pursuant to the law on mortgage credit.
§ 58. Lending for residential property may be granted to: 1) Installation of central heating or other improvement of a heating installation property.
2) Hot isoleringsarbejder.
3) Improvement of sanitary installations.
4) Improvement of kitchens.
5) fire protection measures.
6) Other improvements, whereby the property's use value is increased significantly, including URf.eks. to conversion of yards, removal of fences, sheds etc., thus providing seating areas for residents, as well as to the removal of the buildings, which, by their location, scope or application is to materially disadvantage for residents, and if removal results in a lasting improvement of the situation.
7) Straightening.
(2). Loans can be granted only if the improvement and the cost of its implementation is reasonable.
section 59. By the Fund under section 58 provided loans secured by a mortgage of that property, so that the loan has security within 85 percent of what the Fund's estimate is pantets value. The loan must, combined with any tillægslån to the in the property deposit loans taken to cover the costs of the improvement, not exceed 90 per cent of these costs.
(2). The loans will be paid in cash and remunerated at a rate to be determined by the Fund's Board of Directors, subject to a minimum equal to the mindsterente requirement in § 7 Exch. rate gains. By the loan payment may be charged a deposit to reserve fund.
(3). Interest-only period for the loans must be fixed in such a way that the safety of the Fund at any time to withdraw the amount bound as back payment is made. It can be determined that the borrowers in the loan term should make contributions to the Fund's administration and reserve fund in accordance with detailed rules laid down in the Fund's statutes.
(4). Loans granted to the establishment of a farm and garden plants in connection with implementation of a reorganisation plan, which has pledged state aid, can be ensured by the provision of municipal guarantee for the loan.
(5). Loan for fire protection measures may be granted even if the loan does not get the mortgage security within 85% of pantets value when the lien is complemented with a municipal warranty after fire protection section 10, paragraph 4.
section 59 (a). The Fund can lend to the refurbishment, conversion to other uses or improvement, as far as worth preserving properties.

(2). Conditions for loans to properties that are subject to the provisions of paragraph 1 shall be determined by the Fund's Board and approved by the Interior and the Minister of Social Affairs. The same applies to the size of the annual lending facility.
section 59 (b). The Fund can make loans for the financing of work carried out in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 5 of the Act on urban renewal in private rental properties.
(2). Conditions for loans to properties that are subject to the provisions of paragraph 1 shall be determined by the Fund's Board and approved by the Interior and the Minister of Social Affairs. The same applies to the size of the annual lending facility.
section 60. Have a landlord not carried out cleansing and maintenance work as well as improvement works within a period specified by the rent Committee referred to in article 6. section 22, paragraph 3, and article 27, paragraph 6, and article 27 a, paragraph 2, the Fund may, at the request of a tenant leave the mentioned works perform for landlord's expense, regardless of whether the landlord has brought before the rent Board's decision to the courts.
(2). Dispute the lessor, to the investment fund has been entitled to perform the workers, or expenditure is reasonable, he may deposit the amount or by arrangement with the Fund guarantee for the amount of the payment.
(3). Interest on amounts that the investment fund has posted, shall be determined by the Fund with an interest, which corresponds to the interest rate on cash loans granted in a series with a maturity of 10 years in mortgage credit in an approved mortgage lender. Detailed rules concerning the Fund's access to demand a fee for the administration in connection with workers ' execution determined by the Interior and the Minister of Social Affairs.
(4). If the landlord does not deposit or provide security in accordance with paragraph 2, the Fund to cover the costs of workers ' execution provide the landlord one loan and as security for the loan let things bright mortgage on the property with priority after the property taxes, but without personal liability. The loan will be paid in cash and remunerated at a rate to be determined by the Fund and who know the loan recording corresponding to the remuneration referred to in paragraph 3. Repayment time is fixed at a maximum of 10 years. This also applies to the cost of feasibility studies and the like, which is necessary for the Fund's decision pursuant to paragraph 1. The Fund may charge an administrative contributions, similar to what is charged for mortgages referred to in paragraph 3, 1. paragraph Reasons owners ' investment fund shall, at the request of a property administrator in accordance with the law on the forced administration of rental property hand over material relating to the property. Investment Fund may require payment to cover the expenditure reasonably incurred for the provision of this material.
(5). Investment Fund may provide that up to 50 per cent of the rental income to be paid to the Fund until the Fund has gotten coverage for its outlay of costs incurred and interest. The investment fund must leave resolution is valid against all things bright, on the property.
(6). If the investment fund in accordance with paragraph 5 can obtain a share of the rental income, all the tenants pay the rent to the order thereof after investment fund, which reimburses the landlord excess amounts. Only payments made to the investment fund has emancipatory effect.
paragraph 60 (a). The Interior and the Minister of Social Affairs may, on the recommendation of the Fund's Board of Directors approve that the Fund can use its savings and its capital for other activities related to the private rental housing sector than the one referred to in §§ 59 (a), 59 (b) and 61.
section 61. Of its interest income the Fund may make capital contributions in approved the reorganisation and urban regeneration companies, as well as provide grants for the renewal of the older boroughs, including common procurement or joint manufacture of items or equipment for the purpose of modernization of older homes. The Fund may also provide grants for initiatives and projects, including experiments in urban ecology, urban planning, urban renewal or housing improvement and refurbishment of the older housing stock. The Fund may also, within an annual envelope of EUR 3 million. DKK provide grants for education, training and information activities for owners and tenants. Grants shall be granted in accordance with the guidelines laid down by the Fund's Board. The Fund may, in addition, within a total annual amount to be determined after negotiation between the Land owners ' investment fund and the Interior and the Minister of Social Affairs, finance a consultancy and information service in order to increase the effort of private urban renewal in accordance with the law on private urban renewal and agreed upon housing improvement after chapter 5 of the Act on urban renewal. The Interior and the Minister of Social Affairs shall draw up detailed guidelines for consulting and information service business. The amount of the annual subsidy is limited to a maximum increase of 20 per cent of the Fund's interest earnings for the year in question.
(2). Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph 1, last paragraph, can fund provide grants as referred to in section 66, paragraph 5, of the Act on urban renewal and housing improvement.
(3). Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph 1, last paragraph, can fund provide grants as referred to in section 106 (4) and section 111, paragraph 3, of the Act on urban renewal.
(4). The expenses incurred by the State in support of maintenance work in the rental property pursuant to section 19, paragraph 2, of the Act on urban renewal and the development of cities, the State may, notwithstanding paragraph 1, in the last paragraph, require refund of the Reasons owners ' investment fund, to an extent which is specified in an agreement between the State and Land owners ' investment fund. For the 2004-2007 presents the refund from Grounds owners ' investment fund 50 million. DKK annually.
section 61 (a). Land owners ' investment fund may request from the public authorities all the information necessary for the administration of the provisions of this law, section 18 (b) of the basic regulation. Chapter III (A), and of chapter X (A) of the law on rent.
§ 62. Occurs when the Fund's business losses which cannot be covered by the Fund, the loss will be covered by reserves accumulated proportional depreciation of the expiry of the financial year concerned, by the amount deposited pursuant to section 18 (b) and section 63 (a) of the law on rent.
(2). At the termination of the Fund shall take the Fund's Board of Directors with the consent of the Interior and the Minister of Social Affairs and Finance Committee decision about how any profits should be distributed.
section 63. With fine be punished whoever in violation of the rules in article 60, paragraph 5, fails to give investment fund all necessary information about tenants and rental price.
(2). That can be imposed on companies, etc. (legal persons) criminal liability in accordance with the provisions of the criminal code 5. Chapter.
Chapter VIII (A) local authorities ' access to require certain housing made available to section 63 (a). The Municipal Council may decide that property owners how sloughing is calculated under section 9, paragraph 3, or article 9, paragraph 4, to be quiet until every 10. vacant apartment available for komunalbestyrelsen to the solution of housing social tasks.
(2). section 64 (2), 2. paragraph, article 65, paragraph 1-3, § 66 and section 74, paragraph 1, of the Act on urban renewal and the development of cities shall apply mutatis mutandis.
Chapter IX of the law's entry into force, etc.
section 64. The law shall enter into force on the 1. January 1980.
(2). At the same time repealed the Act on temporary regulation of housing no. 400 by 20. July 1, 1977, as amended by Act No. 259 of 8. June 1978.
section 65. The Municipal Council may decide in October quarter 1979 under section 1 with effect from the entry into force of the Act.
(2). Has a Municipal Council before the end of 1979, a decision as referred to in section 6 of the law on the temporary adjustment of housing conditions, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 400 by 20. July 1977, retains its validity, as if the decision was taken pursuant to section 1 of this Act.
(3). Has a Municipal Council under section 59 in the hitherto applicable law decided that whole chapter should apply in the municipality, retains its validity in the decision until 1 year, as though it were taken pursuant to section 2 of this Act. The decision concerns only some of the provisions of the chapter, this lapse by the entry into force of the Act.
§ 66. If the share of the rent, in accordance with the existing rules devoted to maintenance and straightening, is greater than the amounts provided for in § 18 of this Act and in section 22 of the law on rent, maintained the higher placing on the market, until the rent increases, which may be carried out pursuant to section 7 or section 27 and section 29, exceeding the previous provision amounts.
(2). If the share of the rent, in accordance with the existing rules devoted to maintenance and straightening, is less than the amount provided for in § 18 of this Act and in section 22 of the law on rent, retained the lower marketing, regardless of the amendment until implemented rent increase under section 7 or section 27 and section 29.
section 66 (a). The Interior and the Minister of Social Affairs shall lay down detailed rules on the calculation of the noise exposure and occupational lokalers gross floor area of the property in accordance with this law.
section 67. The Interior and the Minister of Social Affairs may authorize a Board set up under the Ministry to exercise the powers conferred on the Minister by this Act.
(2). The Interior and the Minister of Social Affairs may lay down rules on access to appeal against decisions taken pursuant to the authority in accordance with paragraph 1, including the decision not to be able to be brought before the Minister.
paragraph 67 (a). Proposal for revision of section 5, paragraph 3, article 7, paragraphs 2 and 3, § 9, paragraph 3, and section 63 (a) made to the Folketing in the Folketing 1990-91.
section 68. The law does not apply to the Faroe Islands and Greenland.

section 69. Published several adjustment percentages for a fiscal year, the latest published shall be determined by regulation of the amounts and thresholds in accordance with the law shall be adjusted once a year with 2.0% attributed to one adjustment percentage for that fiscal year.



Act No. 707 of 22. December 1982 contains the following entry into force and transitional provisions. (The amendment relates to sections 2, 4, 4A, 5, 7, 8, 10-13 (a), 15, 18, 20, 22 (b)-18-22 (e), 22 g, 24, 29, 54-56, 60-61 (a) and 66 (a). A legislative change regards the law amending the law on the temporary adjustment of housing.)

§ 2 paragraph 1. The law shall enter into force on the 1. January 1983.
(2). Rent increase as a result of the placing on the market pursuant to section 1, nr. 16 and 20, regardless of section 7, paragraph 3, of the law on the temporary adjustment of housing implemented with 1 month's notice with effect from 1 January. January 1983, if the requirement of rent increase shall be made not later than three months after this time.
(3). The tenant can demand that after paying the rent increase referred to in paragraph 2 for the months of January, February and March 1983 in as many installments as the number of months after the payment is for.



Act No. 610 of 21. December 1983 contains the following entry into force and transitional provisions. (The amendment relates to sections 4, 17, 18, 22, b 22 b, 27, 27, 29, 55-55 (a) (b), 60 and 62. Legislative change regards the law amending the law on the temporary adjustment of housing.)

§ 2 the law shall enter into force on the 1. January 1984.
section 3 of This Act, section 1, no. 5, has no effect on amount to be allocated for 1983. Have a landlord whose property is taken into use in 1970 or later, charged rent increase as a result of the placing on the market in accordance with the law on the temporary adjustment of housing conditions, section 18 (b) shall be deducted from the rent corresponding with effect from 1. January 1984. The landlord gives tenant written notice of the reduction by the end of March 1984, law No. 195 of 9. May 1984 contains the following entry into force and transitional provisions. (The amendment relates to sections 4, 18 and 18 (b) (c). The amendment regards the law amending the law on the temporary adjustment of housing). Information for the following § 2: the notice in the Official Gazette took place on 16 December. May 1984.


§ 2 the law shall enter into force on the day after publication in the Official Gazette.
§ 3 paragraph 1. The obligation for marketing after the provisional regulation of housing law, section 18 (b) shall be repealed with effect from 1. January 1983 for the properties, which are referred to in this law, § 1, nr. 2, as well as for property subject to the Cape. 11 of the Act on housing.
(2). Exemption for marketing after this law § 1, nr. 3, has effect for amounts from 1. January 1983 had to be allocated pursuant to section 18 (b) of the law on the temporary adjustment of housing conditions.
(3). Have a landlord of a property that is subject to section 18 (b), paragraph 6, of the law on the temporary adjustment of housing conditions, as amended by this Act, section 1, no. 2, or Cape. 11 in the law on housing, charged rent increase as a result of the placing on the market in accordance with the law on the temporary adjustment of housing conditions, section 18 (b) shall be deducted from the rent corresponding with effect from 1. January 1983. The landlord gives tenant written notice of the reduction by the end of July 1984.



Act No. 618 of 19. December 1984 contains the following entry into force and transitional provisions. (The amendment relates to section 17. The amendment concerns the amendment of the interest rate.)

section 7 of the Act shall enter into force on the 1. January 1985 and shall apply to the extent to be paid interest for a period of time after the entry into force of the Act.



Act No. 797 by 3. December 1986 contains the following entry into force and transitional provisions. (The amendment relates to sections 18 and 18 (b). The amendment regards the law amending the law on rent and amending the law on the temporary adjustment of housing.)

§ 4 paragraph 1. The law shall enter into force on the 1. January 1987.
(2). Have a landlord with effect from 1 January. January 1987 reduced the rent having regard to section 63 a of the law on rent, rent increase under section 1, nr. 2, regardless of section 63 (b), paragraph 2, of the law on rent implemented with effect from 1 January. January 1987 alone at the lessor's written notice to the tenant from the law's Decree in the Official Gazette and before the 15th. December 1986.
(3). There is not complete rent increase referred to in paragraph 2, a landlord to cover the placing on the market pursuant to section 63 a of the law on rent increase the rent for the period from 1 January. March 1987 to 31. December 1987. Rent increase can regardless of section 63 (b), paragraph 2, of the law on hiring be done solely by the lessor's written notice to the tenant from the law's Decree in the Official Gazette and before the 1. February 1987. The monthly rent increase represents 1.50 € per m².
(4). Rent increase as a result of the placing on the market pursuant to section 1, nr. 1, and § 2, nr. 1 and 2 may, notwithstanding section 7, paragraph 3, of the law on the temporary adjustment of housing implemented with effect from 1 January. January 1987 alone at the lessor's written notice to the tenant from the law's Decree in the Official Gazette and before the 15th. December 1986.
(5). There is not complete rent increase referred to in paragraph 4, can a landlord to cover the placing on the market pursuant to section 1, nr. 1, and § 2, nr. 1 and 2, increase the rent for the period from 1 January. March 1987 to 31. December 1987. Rent increase can regardless of section 7, paragraph 3, of the law on the temporary adjustment of housing be made solely by the lessor's written notice to the tenant from the law's Decree in the Official Gazette and before the 1. February 1987. The monthly rent increase represents 1.65 € per m², when the landlord has a duty to set aside pursuant to §§ 18 and 18 (b) of the law on the temporary adjustment of housing conditions, and further 0.15 € per m², if the landlord has a duty to set aside pursuant to section 22 of the law on rent.



Act No. 1048 by 23. December 1992 contains the following entry into force and transitional provisions. (The amendment relates to section 5. The amendment concerned the rent subsidies.)

§ 5 Act shall enter into force on the 1. January 1993 and has effect for contracts concluded after 31 December 2006. December 1992.



Act No. 419 of 1. June 1994 contains the following entry into force and transitional provisions. (The amendment relates to sections 4-13 (b), 14, 15, 18, 18 (a) (repealed), 18 (b), 18 (d), 20-22 (e), 22 (g), Cape. IV (A), 24 (a), 25 (b), 26, 27, 28 (b) (repealed), 29-31, 46, 48, 54, 55, 56, a-b 59, 60. 61 a. legislative change regards the law amending the law on rent, the provisional regulation of housing law and law on individual accommodation assistance.)

§ 4 paragraph 1. The law shall enter into force on the 1. July 1994.
(2). The provisions in § 1, nr. 12, 37 and 42, § 2, nr. 1, 7, 10-14, 19, 30, 32 and 33, 36, 38-40, 42-47, 49 and 50, 61 and 62, 68, 70, 72 and 75, shall enter into force on the 1. January 1995.
(3). § 3 shall enter into force on the day after publication in the Official Gazette. § 3, nr. 1, have effect for any claim under section 47, paragraph 6, of the law on individual accommodation assistance, raised after the regulation's entry into force.
(4). For properties where the delivery of heat and hot water from a collective heating plant, and where only the fuel cost included in the varmeregnskaet, applies section 1, nr. 12, first from the next heat budgetary year. The landlord must also make a proportionately for each tenant the rent corresponding to the so far over the rent paid heating costs. The lessor shall, not later than 6 weeks before the beginning of the regnskabsårets give the lessee specified heat indication on the amount of rent reduction and must at the same time give the municipality notice of the size of the rent reduction.
(5). For properties where the delivery of heat and hot water from a collective heating plant, and where the heating not heat supply plant, follows the fiscal year the landlord with 6 weeks notice to the next starting point for supply the facility's accounting period re-engineer the financial year in accordance with the rule in section 39, paragraph 3, of the law on rent.
(6). If the amended allocation method in section 11 of the Act on temporary regulation of housing conditions, as amended by section 2 of this Act, no. 12, implies that the percentage share of the operating costs, which is the responsibility of the House-room, which is covered by the rules laid down in chapter II of the abovementioned law, will be larger than these husrums percent share at the end of 1994, be increased husrums percent share in question progressively, so that their percentage at the end of 1994, each year the 1. January shall be increased by 1 percentage point difference between the percentage of the 1. January 1995 and the percentage at the end of 1994. The percentage can only be increased until it corresponds to the current percentage. The part of the property's appropriation amount, as after this law § 2, nr. 27 and, added to sales amounts after §§ 18 and 18 (b) of the law on the temporary adjustment of housing for the House-room covered by chapter II of this law, may also be increased by a maximum of 1 percentage point of the in 1. paragraph mentioned difference per year. Notwithstanding the provisions of 1. and (3). point can the rent be increased by a maximum of 5 € per m² per year as a result of the changed allocation method and transfer of 2/3 of the amount of the appropriation for the maintenance of accounts in accordance with §§ 18 and 18 (b) of the law on the temporary adjustment of housing conditions. section 13 (a) of the law on the temporary adjustment of housing conditions shall apply mutatis mutandis by warning of rent increase solely due to changed allocation after 1. PT.

(7). For the properties, which have been set aside amounts for an account of the Reasons owners ' investment fund pursuant to section 18 (a) in the provisional regulation of housing law, transferred the balance on 1 January. January 1995 to an account pursuant to section 18 (b) of the aforementioned law, see. However, paragraph 8.
(8). For properties, which by 1. January 1995 are no longer covered by the rules laid down in chapters II to IV of the law on the temporary adjustment of housing conditions, see. § 2, nr. 1, it shall be paid on the account in accordance with section 18 (a) in this Act, deposit amount.
(9). For properties, which by 1. January 1995 are no longer covered by the rules laid down in chapters II to IV of the law on the temporary adjustment of housing conditions, see. § 2, nr. 1, it shall be paid on the account in accordance with section 18 (b) of this Act, deposit amount according to the rules in sections 22 (b) and 22 (e) of the law on the temporary adjustment of housing conditions.
Paragraph 10. For properties, which by 1. January 1995 are no longer covered by the rules laid down in chapters II to IV of the law on the temporary adjustment of housing conditions, see. § 2, nr. 1, can claim for rent increase take effect no earlier than 2 years after the beginning of the relationship or rent 2 years after that last entry a rent increase in force under Chapter II of the law on the temporary adjustment of housing conditions.
Paragraph 11. For leases of property, as the 1. January 1995 included 6 or fewer residential apartments, entered into before that date, where the rent is established under section 5 of the Act on temporary regulation of housing, may not require the tenant the rent reduced.
Paragraph 12. For leases in which the rent shall be reduced in accordance with paragraph 4, 2. point, and where the tenant at the end of the month immediately preceding for rent reduction, received housing or housing allowances in accordance with the law on individual accommodation assistance allowance in accordance with the article in question No 10, paragraph 5, shall be increased rents by housing benefit calculation in accordance with paragraph 13. The increase takes place from the time of rent reduction implementation.
Paragraph 13. The rent under section 10, paragraphs 1 to 4, of the law on individual accommodation assistance be increased in the case specified in paragraph 12, regardless of the provision in article 10, paragraph 5, of the law on individual accommodation assistance, with the amount by which the rent shall be reduced in accordance with paragraph 4, 2. PT.
Paragraph 14. section 83 of the law on individual accommodation assistance does not apply to changes to paragraphs 12 and 13.



Act No. 360 of 14. June 1995 contains the following entry into force and transitional provisions. (The amendment relates to sections 10, 11, 15, 18 (b), and 29 (c). The amendment as regards the regulation of maintenance provisions, etc.). Information for the following section 3: Notice in the Official Gazette took place on 15 July. June 1995.


§ 3 paragraph 1. The law shall enter into force on the day after publication in the Official Gazette.
(2). For leases where the tenant pays the housing regulatory act § 18 (b) (1), (2). paragraph 4 referred to DKK per m² gross floor area of the property, and where the tenant's obligation for exterior maintenance pursuant to the agreement includes installations and building components, as mentioned in section 20 of the law on rent regulation. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 823 of 12. October 1993, with the exception of locks and keys, may, on payment of the rent that is due after the date of entry into force of the Act, only charged it in § 2, nr. 4, the amounts referred to at 1.50 € per m² gross floor area of the property.



Act No. 1064 by 20. December 1995 contains the following entry into force and transitional provisions. (The amendment relates to section to section 18 (b), 59 (a) and 61. Legislative change regards the improvement of the financing base in Building injury Fund relating to urban regeneration measures, etc.). Information for the following section 4: the notice in the Official Gazette took place on 21 November. December 1995.


§ 4 paragraph 1. The law shall enter into force on the day after publication in the Official Gazette. However, § 1, nr. 1 first impact on properties covered by decisions after the Act on urban renewal and housing improvement, where the conversion accounts approved after 31 December 2006. December 1996.
(2). The provision in § 1, nr. 4 and 5, shall also apply to loans, subsidies and State guarantees granted before this law enters into force.



Act No. 1066 of 20. December 1995 contains the following entry into force and transitional provisions. (The amendment concerns section 69. The amendment concerned additional regulatory provisions). Information for the following section 3: Notice in the Official Gazette took place on 21 November. December 1995.


§ 3 paragraph 1. The law shall enter into force on the day after publication in the Official Gazette.
(2). For the portion of the total sales amounts, which relate to January 1996, the landlord only allocate the amounts in accordance with the provisions of section 63 (a), paragraph 1, of the law on rent and section 18, paragraph 1, and article 18 b, paragraph 1, of the law on the temporary adjustment of housing conditions, resulting from an adjustment with 1.8% in relation to the amounts in the 1995 level, even if the amounts do not constitute 1/12 of the total provision amounts for 1996 as they are stated in accordance with the law.



Act No. 1082 by 20. December 1995 contains the following entry into force and transitional provisions. (The amendment relates to section 43. Legislative change regards the changes resulting from the creation of procesbevillingsnævnet.)

section 14 (1). The law of Denmark and Greenland shall enter into force on 1 January. January 1996. The Minister of Justice shall determine the time of the entry into force of the Act of the Faroe Islands.
(2). Is the application for appeal or the entry into force of the Act, kæretilladelse filed before will find the existing rules apply.
§ 15 paragraph 1. The provisions of § § 1, 3, 5, 6, 7, 10, 11 and 12 shall not apply to Greenland. The provision in section 3 may, however, by Royal Decree put into force for Greenland of the variances, as the special Greenlandic conditions warrant.
(2). The provisions of § § 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12 and 13 shall not apply to the Faroe Islands. The provisions of § § 3 and 13 may, however, by Royal Decree is implemented for Faroe Islands with the derogations which the special Faroese conditions warrant.



Act No. 461 of 12. June 1996 contains the following entry into force and transitional provisions. (The amendment relates to sections 5, 7, 8 and 29. Legislative change regards the rent fixing at the conclusion of the agreement, etc.)

§ 2 paragraph 1. The law shall enter into force on the 1. July 1996.
(2). § 1, nr. 1-4, have effect for rental contracts awarded the 1. July 1996 or later.
section 3 proposal for revision of section 1, nr. 1-4, made for the Folketing in the Folketing year 1997-98.4) Law No. 230 of 2. April 1997 contains the following entry into force and transitional provisions. (The amendment relates to sections 9, 16, 18, 18, 23, 26, 29 (b) (a), 34, 44, 53, 63 and 69. Modifying the law regards compensation to tenants as a result of excessive regulation in 1996, etc.). Information for the following section 3: Notice in the Official Gazette took place on July 3. April 1997.


§ 3 paragraph 1. The law shall enter into force on the day after publication in the Official Gazette.
(2). section 120 of the Act on rent and section 69 of the law on the temporary adjustment of housing conditions as amended by this Act, section 1, no. 13, and § 2, nr. 13, however, have effect from 1 January. January 1997.



Act No. 341 of 2. June 1999 contains the following entry into force and transitional provisions. (The amendment relates to section 46. Legislative change regards the abandonment of homes.). Information for the following § 2: the notice in the Official Gazette took place on July 3. June 1999.


§ 2 paragraph 1. The law shall enter into force on the day after publication in the Official Gazette.
(2). Notwithstanding paragraph 1, § 46, paragraph 3, of the law on the temporary adjustment of housing conditions shall apply to the putting into service of housing for public purposes, provided that the deployment takes place in the real estate of the State or a municipality is acquired before the 12. January 1999.
(3). Furthermore, section 46 (3), 2. point, continue to apply to the housing, which is taken in use for public purposes before the Act's entry into force.



Act No. 406 of 31. May 2000 contains the following entry into force and transitional provisions. (The amendment relates to section § 4.5, 7, 11, 15, 15A, 22 (b), 23, 25, 26, 29 (a) (f), 35, 36, 37, 39, 44, 54, 55, 55 (a), 55 (b), 56, 57, 60, 60 a, section 61 and section 62. Legislative change regards the radical improved leasehold, nationwide rent boards, common antennas and Land owners ' investment fund.)

§ 11 paragraph 1. The law shall enter into force on the 1. January 2001.
(2). Urban and boligministeren establishes the time of the entry into force of § 2, nr. 27 and 28.
(3). For rental agreements concluded before 1 January 2002. January 2001, considers the rules on protection against competing undertaking, which was in force at the time of the rental contract is concluded shall apply, unless otherwise agreed.
(4). The cost of maintenance of common aerial installations, which are held before the Act's entry into force to the work that has been performed before that date, can be deducted on the property sheets for exterior maintenance, see. sections 18 and 18 (b) of the law on the temporary adjustment of housing conditions in accordance with the existing rules.
(5). Tenants pay antenna contribution at the time of the entry into force of the Act is after the entry into force of the Act continue to be obliged to pay contributions of. antenna For tenants who under section 46 (f) (1) of the existing law on rent paid the remuneration referred to therein, provided that the landlord, the landlord must cash brings the delivery of joint programme signals to an end according to the § 1, nr. 12, proposed section 46 (d), paragraph 1, of the law on rent refund to the lessee the proportion of remuneration, corresponding to the payment for the remainder of the 10-year depreciation period after termination of the delivery.

(6). Cases relating to a tenant's breach of good behaviour and order, which has taken place before the entry into force of the Act, in Copenhagen and Aarhus Counties brought before and dealt with by housing klagenævnene and housing court according to the rules laid down in chapter XII A of the law on rent, if referral to housing complaints body or housing law in the 1. instance occurs within the 1. January 2001. Housing klagenævnene will be closed only after the proceedings are completed.
(7). In section 2, no. 2, proposed documentation obligation on the landlord does not apply to leases where the improvements are carried out before the entry into force of this law.
(8). In section 2, no. 2, proposed obligation of the landlord to maintain the radical improvement applies only for landlords of leases, which are leased under section 5, paragraph 2, of the law on the temporary adjustment of housing after the entry into force of this law.



Act No. 402 of 6. June 2002 contains the following entry into force and transitional provisions. (The amendment relates to clause 4. The amendment concerns the transfer of up-to-date nursing homes and sheltered dwellings for housing legislation.)

§ 7 paragraph 1. The law shall enter into force on the 1. January 2003.
(2). Municipal Board shall, not later than 31 December 2006. December 2004, decide to contemporary nursing homes and sheltered dwellings in the municipality is converted to ustøttede general care housing, see. section 143 (a) of the law on public housing and supported private cooperative housing, etc., as amended by this Act, section 6, nr. 2, or ustøttede private nursing homes, see. section 1, paragraph 5, of the law on rent as amended by section 2 of this Act, no. 2. The local authority may decide, in exceptional cases, however, as mentioned in 1. point after the expiry of the deadline.
(3). The Municipal Council must at the same time as the resolution referred to in paragraph 2 must report the decision to the economic and business affairs.



Act No. 1090 by 17. December 2002 includes the following entry into force and transitional provisions. (The amendment relates to section § 15 a and 29 (c). The amendment concerned the Act on promotion of private rental construction.)

§ 5 Act shall enter into force on the 1. January 2003.
(2). Cannot obtain commitment to share in the investment framework for construction, which is granted planning permission before the 1. January 2003.
(3). Refurbishment of dwellings in unused take take, see. § 9, in properties, which remain covered by the transitional arrangements in accordance with article 4, paragraph 6, of law No. 419 of 1. June 1994, does not affect the starting point for the transition process for the individual property after the above transitional regime.



Act No. 1235 by 27. December 2003 includes the following entry into force and transitional provisions. (The amendment relating to § § 5, 22 e, 29, 61 and 63 a. legislative change regards the consequential amendments as a result of the Act on urban renewal and development of cities.)

§ 9 (1). The law shall enter into force on the 1. January 2004.
(2). section 5 does not apply to households in properties, to which the municipality has taken binding commitments to home a renewal decision before 1 January 2002. January 2004 or before this date has granted injunctive relief under Chapter 9 of the Act on urban renewal, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 260 of 7. April 2003. The same is true for households in the neighbourhood of løfts areas of property subject to a decision pursuant to the Act on urban renewal urban renewal, which is earmarked in budget 2000 and homes taken binding commitments on public support before the 1. January 2009. These households are continued after the end of 2003 entitled to reorganisation and renewal boligsikring and rent subsidies after the previously applicable rules.



Act No. 470 of 9. June 2004 contains the following entry into force and transitional provisions. (The amendment relates to sections 4, 7, 36, 38 and 40-44. The amendment concerns the treatment of husordens proceedings before the rent Board and inmate complaints body, limiting access to charge higher rent increases and for termination by reconstruction.). Information for the following section 4: the notice in the Official Gazette took place on 10. June 2004.


§ 4 paragraph 1. The law shall enter into force on the day after publication in the Official Gazette.
(2). section 83 (1) (b), of the law on rent as amended by this Act, section 1, no. 5, and article 7, paragraph 4, of the law on the temporary adjustment of housing conditions as amended by this Act, § 3, nr. 2, have effect from 13. November 2003. Warning of termination pursuant to § 83 rental (1) (b), which are received after the 13. November 2003, with the adoption of the law lapses unless the forecast is subject to section 83, paragraph 1, point (b), as amended by section 1, nr. 5. The provisions of paragraph 3. § 4 (5), 2. paragraph, of the law on the temporary adjustment of housing conditions as amended by this Act, § 3, nr. 1, have effect from 4. December 2003, unless previously announced improvement pursuant to section 55 of the law on rent.



Act No. 488 of 9. June 2004 contains the following entry into force and transitional provisions. (The amendment relates to paragraph 15 (a). A legislative change regards the establishment of tagboliger and conversion of vacant commercial premises to residences.)

§ 7 paragraph 1. The law shall enter into force on the 1. July 2004.
(2). § 1, nr. 5 and 10, § 5, nr. 1, and section 6, nr. 1, has the effect of buildings after the 1. July 2004 gets planning permission for interior design of residential apartments in the building's unused swimming pool, in one or more new floors or in earlier business premises.
(3). Interiors of residential in nypåbyggede floors, see. sections 5 and 6, in properties, which remain covered by the transitional arrangements in accordance with article 4, paragraph 6, of law No. 419 of 1. June 1994 relating to the modification of the law on rent, the provisional regulation of housing law and law on individual accommodation assistance, do not entail any change in the starting point of the transition process for the individual property after the above transitional regime.



Act No. 430 of 6. June 2005 contains the following entry into force and transitional provisions. (The amendment relates to section 22 (a). This legislation regards consequential amendments as a result of the law on the collection and recovery of certain claims — collection of recovery in the Danish Ministry of taxation). Information for the following section 70: the notice in the Official Gazette took place on 7 May. June 2005.


section 70 (1). The law shall enter into force on the day after publication in the Official Gazette.
(2). The law shall take effect from the 1. November 2005, see. However, paragraph 3.
(3). Decisions about recovery in the 1. October 2005 the appeal was lodged to the existing administrative review bodies, released for treatment in the national tax Tribunal on 1. on January 1, 2006, if the existing review bodies has not finalised its complaint before this date.



Act No. 516 of 7. June 2006 contains the following entry into force and transitional provisions. Section 6, amending the Act on temporary regulation of housing, is lifted before it enters into force, by section 124 of law No. 1336 of 19. December 2008.

section 13 (1). Tax Minister shall determine the time of the entry into force of the Act, see. However, paragraph 2.
Paragraph 2-3. (Omitted)



Act No. 1336 of 19. December 2008 contains the following entry into force and transitional provisions. (The amendment relates to section 22 (a). This legislation regards consequential amendments as a result of the law on the recovery of debt to the public.)

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