Order On The Rules Of Procedure For Adoption Board

Original Language Title: Order On Rules Of Procedure For Adoption Board

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Organisation and competence of the AdoptionsBoard

Chapter 2 Secretariat

Chapter 3 The name of the jury and so on.

Chapter 4 Cases

Chapter 5 Avision of the adoption collectors

Chapter 6 Oversight with the intermediaries

Chapter 7 National adoption

Chapter 8 Entry into force

Publication of the Rules of Procedure of the Board of Adoptions

In accordance with ~ ~ 25, 25 (b) and 30 (30)) 3, in the adoption law, cf. Law Order no. 905 of 28. September 2009, shall be determined :

Chapter 1

Organisation and competence of the AdoptionsBoard

§ 1. The Board of Adoption shall consist of a President who shall be the Supreme Court or the Supreme Court judge and by nine other members, including four members with medical expertise (paediatrics, medicine, psychiatry and child and youth sycaatri), a psychologist, one ; Social worker, two members, and a lawyer from the Family Services Agency.

Paragraph 2. Members and delegates for these are appointed by the Minister of Justice for up to four years at a time. In all, one member can have been shifted for eight years. The same applies to a delegate.

Paragraph 3. The Board of Legal Board is the Vice-President of the Board of the Board. The President shall enter the President's place if the President is detained.

§ 2. The essential tasks of the adoption board shall be :

1) the processing of complaints :

a) decisions taken by the adoption collectors, cf. Chapter 4,

b) the undertaking of the organizations which are authorised by the attorney general to provide for adoption of adoption by the Member State of adoption pursuant to Article 30 (1) of the adoption of the adoption of Article 30 (1). 1 (the intermediaries), cf. Chapter 4,

c) the handling of cases by the intermediaries in which a specific child is put into proposals for Danish adoptions (matching proposals), as set out in proposals for Danish adoptions. Chapter 4,

2) to supervise :

a) the adoption of the adoptions, cf. Chapter 5,

b) the organization of the intermediary organisations in the country, cf. Chapter 6,

c) the processing of the matchmaking by intermediaries, cf. Chapter 6,

3) and :

a) in the name of national adoptions, to select the approved applicant, which is deemed best suited to adopt a particular child or receive a particular child in care for adoption, cf. Chapter 7,

b) to appoint a number of particularly qualified children's children who can guide adoption applicants in relation to matching proposals,

c) to collect, process and disseminate knowledge of adoption, and

d) to publish an annual report.

§ 3. The chairman shall organise the work of the juror with the assistance of the secretariat, cf. Chapter 2, and lead the Board's meetings.

§ 4. The Chairman, or the chairman, authorists this, represents the name of the Board.

Chapter 2


§ 5. The board of family members shall provide the secretarial assistance to the Board of Directias.

Paragraph 2. The secretariat shall be able to be consulted by experts as consultants.

Paragraph 3. The Board may make use of external consultants, in particular to collect, process and disseminate knowledge of adoption, cf. § 2, nr. paragraph 3 (c).

§ 6. The secretariat shall provide the refusal of assistance to the work of the latter and shall, including the ongoing updating and complementing of the knowledge, of the knowledge of adoption.

Chapter 3

The name of the jury and so on.


§ 7. The Board may conduct its business in meetings to which all members are convened (plenary sessions), and outside of meetings.

Paragraph 2. The Board shall be able to amuse one or more members to decide on certain specified circumstances.

Paragraph 3. The Board shall be able to amuse one or more members or the secretariat to perform the Board ' s decisions.

§ 8. The Board is in matters dealt with in plenary sessions, quorum, when at least five members, including the chairman, participate.

Paragraph 2. Decisions shall be taken by the general voting majority. In cases where the voices are equal, the President-in-Office of the Council will be giving the vote


§ 9. The juror's meetings aren't public.

Paragraph 2. The Member may, except in the treatment of complaints, invoke persons who may be given special insight or interest to participate in the processing of an item on the agenda.

Paragraph 3. The staff of the Secretariat may, according to the President's rule, participate in the meetings of the Board.

§ 10. A Member should, as far as possible, give notice of full or partial absence.

Paragraph 2. In the absence of a member, the delegate may be referred to as possible.


§ 11. The meeting shall be held at the meeting of the meeting in question and, moreover, as often as the chairman of the President considers it necessary. The President shall convene a meeting when two Members request it. The President determines the alert for the request.


§ 12. The agenda shall be determined by the President.

Paragraph 2. Every Member may ask to put a point on the agenda.

Paragraph 3. The agenda shall, as far as possible, be attached to the material required for the examination of the item points.

Paragraph 4. The dossiers in specific complaints for treatment must be available to Members in good time before the meeting. In exceptional cases, it is enough that the files are available at the latest at the meeting.


§ 13. The secretariat shall draw up the minutes of each appointment.

Paragraph 2. Draft minutes to be issued no later than call to the next meeting.

Paragraph 3. The objections to the report shall be made no later than the next appointment.


§ 14. The members of the Board of Adopting have been subject to the general rules of confidentiality of the law.

Paragraph 2. The members of the Board shall ensure that material received in connection with the work of the Board shall not be outsiders by outsiders. The Member shall be withholding from the confidential material in possession of the confidential material.

Chapter 4


Clause of Klagesager

§ 15. Where a complaint has been lodged with the Board, the secretariat shall be prepared to prepare the proceedings for the appointment of the latter. The secretariat shall, in particular, ensure that the case is sufficiently enlightened.

§ 16. The secretariat of the secretariat, in cooperation with the chairman, the number of cases for each appointment, which, having regard to the nature and justifiable treatment of the parties concerned, is time-wise to include.

Treatment and decision of the complasiant

§ 17. The Board shall take a decision in grieving proceedings by oral proceedings at plenary session, cf. however, paragraph 1 Two, and section 18.

Paragraph 2. When special circumstances justify it, the President may decide that a complaint matter is dealt with outside a meeting. However, a Member may require the matter to be dealt with at a plenary session.

§ 18. The President shall be able to decide on its own hand without submission to the Board of the Board ;

1) refusal of a complaint made by a person not to be complainable ;

2) refusal of a complaint which cannot be dealt with by the name of the Board, and

3) refusal of a request to resume a case if there is no new and essential information.

Paragraph 2. The other members shall be informed subsequently of the decisions taken in accordance with paragraph 1. 1.

§ 19. The person who is a party to a complaint file is entitled to an orally to the board to explain his views on the appeal proceedings.

20. For each appointment, a protocol shall be entered in which :

1) the decision of the jury concerning the individual complaint cases, stating the number of the voting, and

2) the reasons for the decision, together with an indication of the position of the individual Members, if any disagreement has been disputing.

Paragraph 2. The Minutes shall be approved at the meeting of each member of the Member States.

§ 21. The verdict of the jury shall indicate whether there has been any agreement among the members of the jury on the voting or on the dissenting of dissents. In the dissent, the votes must be recorded in the decision.

Paragraph 2. The parties to the case shall be informed of the decision taken as soon as possible. At the same time, the authority or intermediaries whose decision has been complainant shall be notified.

Paragraph 3. The Board shall publish decisions of general interest in anonymized form.

Chapter 5

Avision of the adoption collectors

§ 22. The Board may refer to cases of the adoption of the adoption collectors in the name of the Board of Intensils.

Paragraph 2. The Board shall inform the adoption of the outcome of the examination.

Paragraph 3. The Board shall not, as part of its supervisory activities, restructure the decisions of the adoption of the adoption of the decisions taken.

-23. The Board may host meetings with the adoptions. The Member may also provide indicative opinions and recommendations to the adoptions.

§ 24. The Board shall inform the family of the Management Board on matters of administrative difficulty.

Chapter 6

Oversight with the intermediaries

§ 25. The Board shall supervise the processing of the Matching and organizational activities of the intermediary organisations, including cooperation with foreign partners.

Paragraph 2. The Board shall be able to do so as part of his supervisory activities in accordance with paragraph 1 Cases Cases from both the intermediaries and the adoption of the adoption of the adoption of the adoption of the adoption

SECTION 26. The Board may require an intermediating organisation to provide information about the relationship between the organisation and the conditions of a foreign intermediation.

Paragraph 2. The Board may request the FDA to be requested under the Hague Convention of 29. In May 1993 on the protection of children and cooperation with regard to international adoptions, to obtain information necessary for the supervision of the Board.

Paragraph 3. The Member may request the intermediaries to provide information for the lighting of the laws and practices of the legislator, as well as the refusal to request the organisations to draw up statements on current circumstances ; future prospects. Furthermore, the Member States may also visit foreign authorities and the intermediaries of the intermediaries in the context of its supervision.

§ 27. The Board may hold meetings with the intermediaries of the intermediate organisation. The Board may also provide indicative opinions and recommendations to the intermediaries.

§ 28. The Board shall inform the family of the conditions under which supervision gives rise to, in particular, conditions which may give rise to measures taken against a mediating organisation.

§ 29. The Board may, at the request of the family management board, express opinions on general or specific conditions relating to the intermediary organisations and their company abroad, including their existing or future cooperation relations abroad.

Paragraph 2. The Board shall deliver, at the request of the Danish Agency for the Administrative Board, the approval of the cooperation of an intermediating organization abroad.

Chapter 7

National adoption

-$30. When an adoption consultation is submitted by the adoption of a case pursuant to section 16 of the adoption of the adoption of an adoption, three members of the Board shall carry out a review of the case and shall, including those of them, be aware of the case ; information in the case that may be significant in the context of any selection of the applicant in accordance with section 31.

Paragraph 2. In order to do so in paragraph 1. 1 above shall be identified by one or more voting groups in the name of the board. The member of the board which is a social worker is a member of all the voting groups.

§ 31. When a child is given up for adoption by national adoptions or placed in care for adoption with the adoption of aid from the Board of Adoption, the member of the Board shall undertake a review of the child's case. The Voter group, cf. ~ 30 (5)) 2, select from the suspension of the fixed member in the voting groups, subsequently of the approved candidates who are best suited to adopt the child or receive the child in care for adoption by a specific assessment.

Paragraph 2. The entire name shall be informed subsequently on decisions taken in accordance with paragraph 1. 1.

§ 32. The processing of cases covered by this chapter shall be based on a written basis.

Chapter 8

Entry into force

§ 33. The announcement shall enter into force on 1. October 2009.

Paragraph 2. Publication no. 1041 of 16. December 1999 on the Rules of Procedure of the Board of Adoptionsshall be repealed.

Ministry of Justice, the 28th. September 2009Brian Mikkelsen / Trine Hede