Overview (table of contents) Chapter 1 Scope Chapter 2 The Royal Theatre and Chapel Chapter 3 The Danish National Opera, folketeatret.dk and Peter Schaufuss Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Region scenes in Aarhus, Odense and Aalborg Chapter 6 Copenhagen Theatre Chapter 7 Regional theatres Chapter 7 a small city theatres in Copenhagen, Frederiksberg, Odense, Aarhus and Aalborg Municipalities Chapter 8 Chapter 9 Dissemination of theater Arts Council Chapter 10 Specific Commission on children's theater and outreach theater Chapter 11 Amateur theatres Chapter 12 Theatre Education Chapter 12 a Chapter 13 General conditions for aid under Chapter 3-8 Chapter 13 (a) Accounting and auditing Chapter 14 Commencement The full text of the Order of theater bill hereby promulgated Theatre Act, cf. Consolidated Act No. 1003 of 29 November 2003 as amended by Act No. 1156 of 19 December 2003, Law No. 519 of 21 June 2005 , Law No. 459 of 23 May 2007, Law No. 460 of 23 May 2007 and Act No. 88 of 20 February 2008. Chapter 1 Purpose article 1. The purpose of the Act is to promote theater arts and theater culture in Denmark. Chapter 2 section 2 of The Royal Theatre and Chapel. The Royal Theatre and the chapel is Denmark's national stage. The theater be without bias producing a repertoire of high artistic quality in the field of ballet, opera and plays. Special consideration two Danish works. The Royal Theatre will continue the classical tradition, while through its business to develop a contemporary performing arts. PCS. 2. The Royal Theater, through its touring the entire country. In addition, the theater conduct tours abroad. PCS. 3. The Royal Theatre has the task of creating the possibility that national scene productions can be made available to a wide audience through broadcast on radio and TELEVISION and the sale of recordings. The theater will also contribute to this option be exercised in the best possible way. PCS. 4. The Royal Theatre can drive education business within its areas. PCS. 5. The Royal Danish Orchestra participates in opera, ballet and drama and may also carry concert. § 3. The Royal Theatre is a state company that is headed by a board of up to eight members appointed by the Minister of Culture. PCS. 2. the 6 members appointed by the Minister of Culture and will represent the cultural and managerial expertise. PCS. 3. Employees at the Royal Theatre may appointment two representatives to the board. Employee representatives are protected against dismissal and other deterioration of conditions in the same manner as union representatives in relevant or similar areas. PCS. 4. The Minister for Culture lays down rules on workers ' choice of director. PCS. 5. Among the members appointed by the Minister of Culture chairman and vice chairman. PCS. 6. the office shall be four years. Immediate re-appointment may take place only once. PCS. 7. In the event of termination appointed a new member for the remainder of the period. PCS. 8. The Board of Directors signed by the President and in his absence the Deputy Chairman. § 4. The Board of Directors is the Royal Theatre's senior management and the Minister for Culture has overall responsibility for the Commission of the theater company established for respected. PCS. 2. Minister for Culture lays upon the board (a) statute of the Royal Theatre. PCS. 3. The Management Board, on the recommendation of the Executive Board decision on the budget by the Finance Act prescribed framework and on the conclusion and termination of collective agreements, which may be authorized by the Finance Minister. PCS. 4. The Board of Directors decides on the composition of an executive board. PCS. 5. The Board of Directors appoints the theater and other members. PCS. 6. The Board shall adopt its rules of procedure. § 4 a. Chief Director responsible for the day by the Royal Theatre, in collaboration with the other members of the repertoire plan and draft budget. PCS. 2. The artistic managers are faced with responsibility for the theater of the daily management of, respectively, drama, ballet, opera and chapel. Chapter 3 The Danish National Opera, folketeatret.dk and Peter Schaufuss § 5. The government may provide it currently stands to the private institution-the Danish National Opera, folketeatret.dk and Peter Schaufuss ns 1) institution helps to address the need for respective musical drama, plays and dance throughout the country by building a diverse and high-quality repertoire, taking into special consideration for Danish works, and 2) the institution as part of their business helps two develop theater art through the experimental activities and special initiatives. § 6. State license pursuant to section 5 two stipulated in the annual Finance Acts. PCS. 2. Detailed rules on the conditions for a grant to the Royal Opera, folketeatret.dk and Peter Schaufuss determined "by the Minister of Culture. § 7. (Repealed) Chapter 4 section 8. (Repealed) § 9. (Repealed) article 10 (Repealed) Chapter 5 Region scenes in Aarhus, Odense and Aalborg § 11. Province scenes in Aarhus, Odense and Aalborg should contribute two cover theater needs of rural party of the construction of a varied repertoire consisting of both older and newer dramatic works with special attention to the works of Danish playwrights. Location scenes to be as a part of their activities help develop two theater art through the experimental activities and special initiatives. When required by the terms of the coverage of the area's need for music drama performances, the province's scenes leave room for opera and ballet performances, carried out in cooperation with other theatres or institution. § 12. The government may provide it currently stands two regional theatres in Aarhus, Odense and Aalborg. State grant stipulated in the annual Finance Acts. § 13. Location scenes in Aarhus, Odense and Aalborg operated as companies or private institution. PCS. 2. Detailed rules on the conditions for regional theatres it currently stands in Aarhus, Odense and Aalborg seen by the Minister of Culture Chapter 6 Copenhagen Theatre section 14. Copenhagen Theatre is a private foundation that aims to support the operation of a number of theatres in the metropolitan area, which will help two cover the theater needs by jointly building a diverse and high-quality repertoire consisting of both older and newer dramatic works as well as contribute to the promotion of development and innovation in theater arts. PCS. 2. The institution is based in the metropolitan area. section 14 (a). The state may subsidize Copenhagen Theatre. State grant stipulated in the annual Finance Acts. section 14 (b). The Copenhagen Theatre provider within the total subsidy framework financial support to the scheme recorded theatres in the form of it currently stands for operation and production or renting it currently stands. Within envelope shall be allocated also special subsidy funds for development and innovation in theater arts and to the capital. section 14 (c). (Repealed) section 14 d. The state subsidy for the Copenhagen Theatre is administered by the Board of the Copenhagen Theatre. The Board determines the multi-annual performance agreements the size of grants for operations and production for each theater. The Board shall determine the amount of rent it currently stands. The Board determines the allocation of the special funds set aside for development and innovation in theater arts and to the capital. PCS. 2. The board decides which theatres to be offered two enter into Copenhagen Theatre. The Board of Directors may in this connection decide thea ' entry or exit from the Copenhagen Theatre. PCS. 3. The Board may decide that the operating profit above a certain size of the individual theater partly be returned two Copenhagen Theatre and included in the special funds set aside for innovation and development of theater art and to the capital. PCS. 4. It is a condition that a theater can receive farm production it currently stands as part of the Copenhagen Theatre, the board of Copenhagen Theatre appoints the board of each theater in the system and in addition two appointment either theater manager or the theater management. PCS. 5. The designation of the theater manager or the theater management for each theater is done after discussion with the theater's board of directors. PCS. 6. The Minister for Culture may in special cases grant a license for the commissions of § 14 paragraph d. 4 waived. PCS. 7. Decisions by the Copenhagen Theatre can not be appealed to a higher administrative authority. section 14 (e). The rules on the conditions for grants for the Copenhagen Theatre fixed by the Minister for Culture. Chapter 7 Regional theatres § 15. To a regional theater means a professional producing theater offering performances of the theater season, and based outside Copenhagen, Frederiksberg, Odense, Aarhus and Aalborg Municipalities. (A) regional theater must have to least two productions a year, a fixed venue, local roots and to be financed in whole or in party by one or more municipalities. PCS. 2. (A) the local theater's primary mission is to produce theatre for adults, children and adolescents, dance theater, musical theater, opera, performance theater and experimental theater. Tour Company may enter into regional theatres activities, but party of the company must be stationary. Regional theatres will also help develop the performing arts in the local environment in which they are embedded. Paragraph. 3. Arts Council to determine whether a theater can be characterized as a professional producing theater and meets the requirements for a regional theater, as set out in paragraph. 1. § 15a. The state provides partial reimbursement of municipal operating grant's two local theatres. PCS. 2. The reimbursement can not exceed 50 per cent. of local authority spending. Reimbursement percentage is calculated as the ratio of state funding for regional theater refund of Finance and the total local cost of operating grants two local theatres. PCS. 3. State reimbursement of one or more municipalities operating grant to the individual regional theater granted if the conclusion of a four-year regional theater operating grant agreement with the individual regional theater, see. However, section 16 paragraph. 3 pieces. 4. There can not be eligible for reimbursement of it currently stands two local theatres granted by the municipalities not covered by the regional theater system. PCS. 5. The annual municipal operating grant to the individual regional theater should consume a minimum amount determined "in the Budget. It currently stands granted by the State in accordance with paragraph 15 (b) included in the calculation of whether the municipal operating grants represent this minimum amount. PCS. 6. When creating new local theatres can paragraph. 5 may be waived in the first agreement period. PCS. 7. State reimbursement of municipalities ' operating grant to the individual regional theater is granted within a maximum amount determined in the Budget. It currently stands granted by the State in accordance with paragraph 15 (b) included in the calculation of whether the municipal operating grants exceed this maximum amount. PCS. 8. Grants for clean can only be up to 15 per cent. of total government operating grants to the individual regional theater. PCS. 9. Minister of Culture issues detailed rules on the reimbursement of operating grants two regional theatres, including the calculation of reimbursement etc. Act. 10. The Minister for Culture in connection with the conclusion of cultural agreements with municipalities, derogate from paragraph etc.. 1-8. paragraph 15 (b). The state can support the operation of regional theatres that received grants from a county. PCS. 2. Minister of Culture issues detailed rules on grants made under subsection. 1, including criteria for awarding grants. PCS. 3. The Secretary of State for Culture in connection with the conclusion of cultural agreements with municipalities, derogate from paragraph etc.. 1 and 2. § 15 c. The State may, within a limit laid down in the Finance, quality improvement projects to subsidize local theatres. PCS. 2. It currently stands provided under subsection. 1 divided by regional theater consultants, see. section 16 paragraph. 3. The Minister for Culture lays down rules on the allocation of financial assistance under paragraph. 1 and 2. The Minister for Culture may determine that the regional theater consultants ' grant decisions can not be appealed two any other administrative authority. § 16. There valued up to three regional theater consultants, whose main task is to monitor developments in the individual regional theatres and contribute two development and quality in the theatres. PCS. 2. Regional Theatre consultants produce in dialogue with regional theatres and local evaluations of regional theatres. PCS. 3. Regional Theatre consultants can after an evaluation under paragraph. 2 where thea ' professional and artistic level not live up to the general level of regional theatres, and where development is not assessed possible, seen the Arts Council, the government reimbursement in accordance with § 15a and grants in accordance with section 15 (b) should be discontinued. Such an attitude can only be made upon the expiry of the regional theater Agreement. PCS. 4. Nature of the Council decides on the cessation of reimbursement and it currently stands under § § 15 a and 15 b. The decision can not be appealed two any other administrative authority. PCS. 5. Regional Theatre consultants engaged for a period of 4 years. Immediately after the appointment can not take place. "Chapter 7 a small city theatres in Copenhagen, Frederiksberg, Odense, Aarhus and Aalborg Municipalities section 16a. The state provides within a limit set in the Finance operating grants to small city theatres in Copenhagen, Frederiksberg, Odense, Aarhus and Aalborg Municipalities. PCS. 2. The small city theatres should be in addition two those listed in Chapter 5 and 6. The theatres contribute two ensuring a versatile theater offering in the large urban municipalities. section 16 b. State it currently stands for the individual small municipality city theatres determined "during one of a four-year contract between the state and the municipality. The grant may not exceed the total municipal operating grants two these theatres. PCS. 2. Grants for clean can only be up to 15 per cent. of the eligible municipal operating grants two individual small city theater. PCS. 3. The State shall be granted only if the municipality has entered into a minimum three-year agreements, the grant of individual theatres. PCS. 4. Operating grants two each theater can not exceed the maximum specified in the annual budget. PCS. 5. The Minister of Culture shall, after consultation with the Local Government Denmark and Copenhagen and Frederiksberg detailed rules on the system of the small city theatres. PCS. 6. The Minister for Culture in connection with cultural agreements with municipalities, derogate from paragraph etc.. 1-5 and section 16a. Chapter 8 section 17 Arts Council. The Arts Council will advise and assist public authorities in matters concerning theater conditions. The Council may, on its own initiative take up questions concerning the Danish theater by issuing rule public opinion. § 18. Arts Council may, within one of the annual budget certain limit granted for: 1) stationary and touring and outreach theatre company apart from those in Chapter 2, 3, 5 and 6. The theatres, 2) promotion of new Danish drama, 3) purchase of technical equipment, etc. and in special cases furnishing of premises for theatrical purposes and 4) other activities that can promote objective of the Law Subsection. 2. In allocating support for paragraph. 1, the Arts Council will seek two accommodate all genres of the professional theater, including dance and music drama. Emphasis should be placed on promoting the development of new forms of theater and other experimental activities, and the geographic spread of activities should be promoted. A significant part of the aid should be used to support theater company that caters for children and adolescents. PCS. 3. Support may be granted two regular theater operation or for single projects. The scheme will provide grants, guarantees or loans. PCS. 4. The Minister for Culture may lay down detailed rules for repayment of it currently stands granted for the purchase of technical equipment, etc. § 19. Arts Council has the final administrative decision regarding the distribution of the funds in the annual budget allocated to the activities of the Council. § 19 a. Arts Council is monitoring developments among regional theatres and the small city theatres. Arts Council assists municipalities and theatres in the preparation of contracts for a period of a minimum of three years, according to § 15 paragraph. 3 and § 16 (b) paragraph. 3. section 20 (Repealed) section 21 (Repealed) section 22 (Repealed) § 23. The Minister for Culture may decide that the powers under this Act is for the Arts Council shall be exercised by the Minister. PCS. 2. The Minister for Culture may provide the Arts Council instructions regarding the exercise of powers delegated to the Arts Council in accordance with this Act. Chapter 9 Dissemination of theatrical § 24. The government provides it currently stands for the dissemination of theatrical performances two theatres and two the organizers of theatrical performances. It shall be used to reduce fares. PCS. 2. State may provide a separate fee for administration and marketing associated with the reduction of fares. PCS. 3. The Minister of Culture shall determine the allocation of grants for the dissemination of theater. PCS. 4. The State may subsidize the central organizations of theater audiences. PCS. 5. The Minister for Culture in connection with the conclusion of cultural agreements with municipalities, derogate from paragraph etc.. 1-3. Chapter 10 Specific provisions on children's theater and outreach theater § 25. The state reimburses 50 percent of the municipalities purchase cost of reimbursement approved performances of children's theater and outreach theater. PCS. 2. The Minister of Culture shall, after consultation with KL (KL) and Copenhagen and Frederiksberg modalities of the reimbursement system, including rules for the approval of the ideas covered by the scheme. PCS. 3. The Secretary of State for Culture in connection with the conclusion of cultural agreements with municipalities, derogate from paragraph etc.. 1 and 2. section 26. The Minister of Culture appoints a committee for children's theater and outreach theater etc. The committee consists of three members, appointed on the recommendation of the children's Association, the Association of Small theatres and the National Theatre Association, whose members represent consumers. PCS. 2. The Articles of Association of the Committee approved by the Minister of Culture. PCS. 3. Grants may be awarded to the committee. Party 11 Amateur theatres § 27. There may be granted for artistically working amateur sceners business and amateur scenernes central organizations. Chapter 12 Theatre Education section 28. (Repealed). section 29. Support may be granted to another theater education company. PCS. 2. Support may be granted as an annual operating or non-recurring grants for courses, seminars and the like. Chapter 12 a section 29a. (Repealed) Chapter 13 Terms of support under Part 3-8 section 30. Powered theater company of a company, an association or a private institution or municipal institution, company, association or statutes approved by institution's public main contributor of funds. PCS. 2. It is in the paragraph. 1 shall contributor of funds two ensure that the articles of association of a private foundation containing provisions that meet the requirements of the Commercial Funds Act or the Act on Foundations or commissions which may form the basis for exemption from this legislation. section 31. The public main contributor of funds must approve the appointments of theater management and the conditions that apply to the engagement. PCS. 2. Collective agreements on pay and conditions of employment for staff to regional theatres in Aarhus, Odense and Aalborg and the Danish National Opera, folketeatret.dk and Copenhagen Theatre must be approved by the Minister of Finance. PCS. 3. Do not without culture Minister's approval subject to restrictions theater management's right to freely and independently decide on repertoire, commitment and other artistic issues. Chapter 13 (a) Accounting and auditing section 31 a. Culture Minister shall issue administrative rules for management of grants, guarantees and loans as well as financial reporting and auditing. PCS. 2. Undertakings may lapse and it currently stands paid may be recovered in cases where the recipient does not qualify for it currently stands or does not undertake the envisaged activity. PCS. 3. Payments of grants may be paid out in advance. Section 31b road. (Repealed) Chapter 14 Entry into force § 32. This Act comes into force on 1 January 1991, with the exception of § § 5-24 which only enters into force on 1 July 1991. Paragraphs. 2. sections 1 to 10, §§ 16 (d) and (e), sections 20-21, section 26, section 30 and sections 34 to 38 of the Law on theatre activities, see. Consolidation Act No. 900 of 15 December 1986, is repealed on 1 January 1991. sections 11-16 c, § § § § 17-19, 22-25, 27-29 and § § § § 31-33 of the same Act repealed on 1 July 1991. § § 1 6 of the Act on the Royal Theatre and the creation of a cultural fund, cf. Consolidated Act No. 898 of 15 December 1986, shall be repealed on 1 January 1991. section 33. This Act shall not apply to the Faroe Islands and Greenland. In Act No. 103 of 28 February 1996 determined in section 3 that the changes relating to § 15, § 16, section 16a, section 16 (b) § 19a section 20 and section 25 shall enter into force on 15. March 1996 that until January 1, 1997, provided government reimbursement of municipal and county expenditures for the operation of regional theatres and small city theatres under the current regional theater rules, the minimum for the annual municipal and county operating grant to the individual regional theater, see. section 15, paragraph. 4 ice determined "as a transitional arrangement in 1997 to 50 per cent. and in 1998 two 75 per cent. of the amount indicated on the annual budget, and that the changes relating to section 25, with effect from 1 July 1997. The Act No. 366 of 2 June 1999 provides in § 2, the law comes into force on 1 July 1999 that, pursuant to two Chapter 6 as worded by section 1, no. 2, shall enter into force on 1 July 2000, at the commencement of the Act, subject to the following theatres of the law: the Betty Nansen Theatre, Dr. Dante's Avenue, people's Theatre , Gladsaxe Theatre, Nørrebro Theatre, Gasworks, Rialto Theatre and the New Theatre and that until July 1, 2001 grant within the previous rules. In Act No. 1104 of 29 December 1999 laid down in section 5, the law comes into force on 1 January 2000. Act No. 444 of 31 May 2000 amending theater Act contains the following commissions, etc., section 2 of the Act comes into force by notification in the Official Gazette. Act No. 145 of 25 March 2002 amending various laws as a result of the merger of the municipalities of Bornholm contains the following commissions, etc., § 78 paragraph. 1. This Act shall enter into force on 1 January 2003 referred two. However, § 79 paragraph. 1 piece. 2. Regional Plan for Bornholm and municipal plans for Allinge-Gudhjem, Hasle, Nexo, Rønne and Aakirkeby Municipalities maintained until they are replaced by a region-and municipal Bornholm after the Planning Act as amended by this Act. § 79 paragraph. 1. section 8 shall enter into force on 1 June 2002, effective as of the grant year 2003. Subsection. 2. Government general grants two municipalities according to § 10 of the Act on municipal compensation and general grant's two municipalities and counties reduced with effect from the grant year 2003 city of 10 million. KR. (calculated to 2002 price and wage levels). PCS. 3. For the grant year 2003 are calculated it currently stands and tax liability of Bornholm Municipality in accordance with sections 3, 10, 13, 17, 18 and 21 of the Act on municipal compensation and general grant's two municipalities and counties from Bornholm Municipality tax for 2003, notwithstanding section 25 of the Act on municipal compensation and general grant's two municipalities and counties. PCS. 4. in the case of grants, the year 2003 is defined Bornholm Municipality printing percent in calculating the year, see. sections 24 and 33 of the Act on municipal compensation and general grant's two municipalities and counties, as the average local rate in the five municipalities on the island for 2002 rounded to one decimal place According to the rules in section 6 of the Act on local income tax, plus the county printing percent for 2002. In the calculation of the municipal tax base in accordance. section 24 of the Act on municipal compensation and general grant's two municipalities and counties, part of Bornholm Municipality for the grant year 2003 60 per cent. of it under the first section. calculated printing percent. In the calculation of the county tax base in accordance. section 24 of the Act on municipal compensation and general grant's two municipalities and counties, part of Bornholm Municipality for the grant year 2003 40 per cent. of it under the first section. calculated printing percent. PCS. 5. In 2002 outside the Interior and the Minister of Health a grant of 2.5 million. DKK to the integration committee of Bornholm Municipality. The grant funded by grants pool for the most disadvantaged municipalities according to section 19 of the Act on municipal compensation and general grant's two municipalities and counties. Act No. 230 of 2 April 2003 on the Arts Council contains the following commissions, etc., § 13 Act comes into force on 1 July 2003. Paragraph. 2. The appointment of members to the Arts Council of Representatives and the Arts Council and its committees, as described in Chapters 2 and 3 can be made from 1 April 2003. Subsection. 3. The first Board appointed pursuant. § 9 paragraph. 1, appointed until 31 October 2005. Half of the members of the Board are appointed until 31 October 2007 in accordance. § 9 paragraph. 2 pcs. 4. The first arts councils with the associated committee appointed pursuant. § 6, appointed until 31 March 2007. section 14 Act be reviewed in the parliamentary year 2008-09. Act No. 1156 of 19 December 2003 amending various provisions for employee-elected board contains the following commissions, etc., § 9 This Act comes into force after publication in the Official Gazette and shall apply in respect of redundancies, where the decision two dismiss taken after its commencement, and in the other change in circumstances that occur after the entry into force of Act 1) Act No. 519 of 21 June 2005 amending theater Act contains the following provisions , etc., § 2 Subsection. 1. This Act shall enter into force on 1 January 2007. The provisions of paragraph. 2-7 enter into force on the day the Act notice in the Official Gazette. PCS. 2. The Minister for Culture may lay down detailed rules on financial reporting and repayment of loans two institution before 1 January 2007, received grants or loans from a county under 1) theater Act §§ 5-7 on the Danish National Opera and the Danish Theatre 2) theater Act § § 8-10 on The travelers children's theater and Outreach Theatre, 3) theater Act §§ 11-13 concerning regional theatres in Aarhus , Odense and Aalborg, 4) theater Act §§ 15 and 16 concerning regional theatres and 5) theater section 24 on theater subscription scheme. PCS. 3. The Board of the travelers children's theater and Outreach Theatre, see. § § 8-10, should not the day the Act notice in the Official Gazette assume bond beyond January 1, 2007, unless approved by the Minister of Culture. PCS. 4. The term of councils, set up before 1 January 2007 will end the day before 1 January 2007. The county councils must ensure afbeskikkelse of the members of the boards. These provisions apply to 1) the Danish National Opera and the Danish Theatre, see. Theater Act §§ 5-7, 2) The travelers children's theater and Outreach Theatre, see. Theater Act § § 8-10, and 3) regional theatres in Aarhus, Odense and Aalborg, see. Theater Act §§ 11-13. PCS. 5. Paragraphs. 2-4 apply mutatis mutandis to the Greater Copenhagen Theatre Community, provided that the relevant date is 1 January 2006. Subsection. 6. Notwithstanding paragraph. 1 the Commission on Capital Theatre, see. section 1, no. 7-13, in force on 1 January 2006. With effect from the same date take over Capital Theatre from the Greater Copenhagen Authority (HUR) the assets and liabilities and employees whose sole been linked to the administration of the Greater Copenhagen Theatre Community. Capital Theatre will also be a while in the rights and the bond which have been exclusively associated with the administration of the Greater Copenhagen Theatre Community. The Ministry of Culture manages from 1 January 2006 by the HUR funds allocated to the Greater Copenhagen Theatre Community. Appointment of the first board of the Metropolitan Theatre can take place with effect from 1 July 2005. 7. The Minister of Culture can two ensure appropriate transition to the new regulatory framework as it currently stands, are possible for the following season the year from 1 July two 30 June, in relation to 1) The travelers children's theater and Outreach Theatre, see. Theater Act § § 8-10, 2) regional theatres, see. Theater Act sections 15 and 16, and 3) theater subscription scheme referred. Theater § 24, lay down rules on that date of 1 January 2007 as referred in paragraph two. 1, 3 and 4 are replaced by 1 July 2007. The Minister for Culture may then determine the details necessary transitional rules. Law No. 459 of 23 May 2007 contains the following commissions, etc., § 2 Subsection. 1. This Act shall enter into force after publication in the Official Gazette referred. However paragraph. 2 pcs. 2. The commissions of § 1, no.1, amending the name ' The Danish Theatre "two" folketeatret.dk ' enter into force on 1 July 2007. Act No. 460 of 23 May 2007 contains the following commissions, etc.: § 2 pcs. 1. This Act shall enter into force after publication in the Official Gazette. PCS. 2. Reimbursement of two regional theatres that provided under existing agreements, will continue unchanged until its expiry. Any extension of agreements considered in this context as contract renewal. PCS. 3. Regional theatres, the Arts Council at the commencement of the Act, has approved the concluded regional theater agreement can not be deprived of this authorization by reference to section 15 paragraph two. 1, even after the concluded regional theater Agreement expires. This applies only if the economic activity and the foundation of the then agreement is not reduced compared to the level to which applied before the Act. PCS. 4. The provisions of section 16 paragraph. 2, the regional theater consultants ' evaluations of regional theatres company shall also apply to regional theater agreements concluded before the commencement of this Act. PCS. 5. In calculating the reimbursement rate in accordance with § 15a, paragraph. 2, are not included municipal costs for operating grants two local theatres, as the transitional phase referred to. Paragraphs. 2, covered by a regional theater agreements with a fixed reimbursement rate of 50. Also included is not the party of the government grant of Finance used for reimbursement under these agreements. Act No. 88 of 20 February 2008 contains the following commissions, etc., § 2. This Act shall enter into force on 1 March 2008. The Ministry of Culture, June 23, 2009 Carina Christensen/Annette Kornerup Official notes 1) This Act was promulgated in the Official Gazette on 19. December 2003 and came into force after publication-it. December 20, 2003.