Act On Active Employment

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse af lov om en aktiv beskæftigelsesindsats

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Overview (table of contents)
Chapter 1 Purpose
Chapter 2 Audiences, liability, etc.
Chapter 2 a Involvement of other stakeholders
Chapter 3 job center's assistance in finding work and labor
Chapter 4 Information and guidance in the job center
Chapter 5 Registration of jobseekers in job centers
Chapter 6 Information about the job and resume
Chapter 7 Determination of the individual contact as
Chapter 8 deals options
Chapter 8 a Elective training targeting unemployed
Chapter 9 Job plan
Chapter 9 a Integration Contract
Chapter 10 Guidance and qualification
Chapter 11 Corporate
Chapter 11 a Corporate to particularly vulnerable young people under 18 years
Chapter 12 Employment with wage subsidy
Chapter 13 Flexible working arrangements etc.
Chapter 13 a nearby vacant self
Chapter 14 Subsidies for expenses for aids and mentor etc.
Chapter 15 Mileage allowance etc.
Chapter 16 right and duty to offer for people receiving unemployment benefits under the Act on Unemployment Insurance
Chapter 17 right and duty to offer for people receiving cash benefits and start assistance under the Act on Active Social
Chapter 17 a Special efforts for persons receiving cash benefits or start
Chapter 18 Job rotation
Chapter 19 Alerts etc.
Chapter 20 Payment of benefits, reimbursement, regulatory, accounting, compensation etc.
Chapter 21 (Repealed)
Chapter 22 Tests
Chapter 23 State reimbursement to municipalities
Chapter 24 Appeals
Chapter 25 Commencement and transitional provisions
The full text
Act on Active Employment
Hereby promulgated Law on active employment, see. Legislative Decree no. 439 of 29 May 2008 with the changes imposed by § 2 of the Law no. 1587 of 20 December 2006, Law no. 1396 of 27 December 2008 § 1 of law no. 478 of 12 June 2009, § 1 of law no. 479 of 12 June 2009, § 2 of the law no. 480 of 12 June 2009 and § 2 of the law no. 483 of 12 June 2009 .
The consolidated text will apply from 1 August 2009. However the first full from 1 January 2010, since the amendment to § 73 a paragraph. 3, only enter into force on 5 October 2009 pursuant. § 2, no. 22 of Law no. 480 of 12 June 2009, and since the amendments to § 87 and 88 and parts of amendments to § 85 paragraph. 1, and 89 paragraph. 1-3 and the repeal of § 90 first enters into force on 1 January 2010, ref. Law no. 483 of 12 June 2009. Reference is made to the notes 1-8 thereof.
Title I
Purpose, target groups, etc.
Chapter 1
purpose
§ 1. The purpose of this law is to contribute to an efficient labor market by
1) helping jobseekers find work
2) provide services to private and public employers looking for labor, or who will maintain workers in employment
3) assist assistance claimants and unemployment benefit as quickly and efficiently as possible to get a job so that they can support themselves and their families, and
4) support people because of reduced working with special needs help to get to work.
§ 1 a. The municipal council's duties under this Act shall be in job centers, see. Chapter 3 of the Act on the responsibility and control of the Active Employment.
Chapter 2
Audiences, liability, etc.
§ 2. Targets for in Title III to VII of this Act are:
1) Unemployed people who receive unemployment benefits under the Act on Unemployment Insurance,
2) persons receiving cash or start assistance under the Act on Active Social simply because of availability
3) persons receiving cash benefits or start under the active social policy not only because of the availability
4) persons with limited capacity for work, which is covered by Chapter 6 of the Law on Active Social, except those covered by no. 5
5) persons receiving Sickness Benefits under the Act on sickness benefits
6) persons below pension age, cf.. § 1 of the Act on social pensions, permanently reduced working receiving disability by the Social Pensions Act or under the Act on the highest, middle, high plain and ordinary disability pension, etc., and not in able to retain or obtain employment at reduced hours in normal conditions in the labor market,

7) persons with permanently reduced working who do not receive early retirement after the Social Pensions Act or the Act on the highest, middle, high plain and ordinary disability pension, etc., and are not able to find and maintain employment on normal terms in the labor market,
8) persons with disabilities, see. Act on compensation for disabled employees etc., who have completed a course of at least 18 months, which may warrant inclusion in an unemployment fund, and has not obtained employment for up to 2 years after the program completion and lack of professional experience in the work area that program qualifies for
9) particularly vulnerable young people under 18, where the existing services for young people under 18 years after the Social Services Act are not sufficient, and that after the municipal assessment needs an offer after Chapter 11, and
10) persons who are not in employment, and that do not qualify for unemployment benefit under the Unemployment Insurance Act, etc. or cash or start assistance under the Act on Active Social Policy.
§ 3. For individuals covered by § 2, Nos. 1-4, the chapter 7 of the individual contact as Chapter 9 on job plan, Chapter 10-12 on offer, Chapter 14 on aid and mentoring and Chapter 15 on travel expenses etc. and § 99 of upgrading on recruitment. Persons covered by § 2, no. 1-3, is also included under chapters 16 and 17 on the right and the duty to offer. For individuals who are covered by § 2, no. 1, also applies to Chapter 8 a on self-elected training.
PCS. 2. For persons covered by § 2, no. 5, the chapter 10-12 on offer, Chapter 14 on aid and mentoring and Chapter 15 on traveling allowance etc. and § 99 of upgrading on recruitment.
PCS. 3. For individuals covered by § 2, no. 6 and 8, the Chapter 12 offers of subsidized employment and Chapter 14 on aids and mentoring as well as § 99 of upgrading on recruitment.
PCS. 4. For persons covered by § 2, no. 7, the Chapter 13 for such a job, etc. and § 78. For persons receiving unemployment allowance or special benefit under §§ 74 and 74 of the Act on active social policy, also applies Chapters 10 and 11 on offer as well as Chapter 14 on aid and mentor and Chapter 15 on travel expenses.
PCS. 5. For individuals covered by § 2, no. 9, the Chapter 11a on job training for vulnerable young people under 18 years.
PCS. 6. For individuals who are covered by § 2, no. 10, the Chapter 13 a on offers to unemployed self-supporting.
§ 4. Calculation of total availability under this Act for persons covered by § 2, no. 1, made pursuant to the Unemployment Insurance Act, etc.
PCS. 2. The Minister for Employment shall lay down rules on calculation of a continuous period with cash or start assistance under this Act for persons covered by § 2, no. 2 and 3.
§ 4 a. The Minister for Employment shall lay down rules on how the job center must conduct the assessment of the activities or offers to be given (referral).
PCS. 2. The Minister for Employment may lay down rules on the supervision of local authorities' practices for assessing which activities or offerings to be provided (visitation), including rules that municipalities that do not make the most of visitation rules prescribed processing step, see. Paragraph. 1, compared to unemployed individuals entitled to the reimbursement of paid cash or start assistance for the unemployed under the active social policy from the time the processing step should have been made and until it happened.
PCS. 3. The Minister for Employment shall lay down rules on requirements for examination of working capacity as well as case management and approach to initiating and handling cases for such a job, see. Chapter 13, and on rehabilitation, see. Chapter 6 of the Act on active social policy. The Minister for Employment may lay down rules relating to the basis for assessing the need for offer according to § 22 paragraph. 5.
Chapter 2 a
Involvement of other stakeholders
§ 4 b. The municipality can leave it to the other players to complete tasks and act under this Act. The responsibility for action rests with the municipal council.
§ 4 c. Other actors had been given the task of fulfilling employment activities for a person commits the same way as the job center the person to appear for interviews and participate in activities and offer after Chapter 10-12.

PCS. 2. Other players must adhere to the same rules that apply to the municipality in response to calls for interviews, participation in activities, the submission of tenders and notifications under this Act.
PCS. 3. The Minister for Employment shall lay down rules on requirements for other players casework, including deadlines, notifications and procedures in case assessment. Minister for Employment may lay down rules on other players' commitment to provide job center the necessary information on persons covered by § 2, no. 1-10, for use in the administration of the employment legislation, etc.
PCS. 4. The Minister for Employment may lay down rules on how employment activities under this Act may be undertaken by other actors, including how people covered by the law must be able to choose between several players.
§ 4 d. Minister of Employment may on the recommendation from the Director of the Directorate of Labour and Labour Market Authority lay down rules on unemployment insurance funds to perform duties under this Act.
Section II
Responding to work and students as well as companies
Chapter 3
Job center's assistance in finding work and labor
§ 5. § 5. The job center has the task of assisting all job seekers to find jobs and help employers find workers.
PCS. 2. Assistance may include be done by
1) one or more job seekers in agreement with an employer directly refer to a specific job,
2) collected and disseminated information about the supply of labor to employers and employment opportunities for jobseekers, or
3) advise businesses and job to even establish contact using the Ministry of Employment database Jobnet or job bank Workindenmark.
PCS. 3. The unemployment insurance funds can assist own unemployed members find work.
§ 6. When a professional body in writing and adequate given information that an employer is subject to strike, lockout or blockade, shall not receive assistance with finding labor to the employer before the conflict is raised or known unofficial or otherwise unlawful.
§ 7. In order to promote employment and prevent imbalance in the labor market job center offering financial support to job seekers and employers to implement specific activities that help to find work and labor.
PCS. 2. These activities may consist of information activities targeting specific training or work, job-seekers with special skills or needs, travel expenses related to job search and the like.
§ 8. The Minister for Employment shall lay down rules on assistance to find work and labor, including reference to the offer after Chapter 10-12, on support for specific activities that help to find work and labor and jobseeker who change residence in connection with the acquisition of work. Minister for Employment may lay down rules that persons who are covered by § 2, no. 1 and 2, may be required to apply for specific jobs where the employer has not agreed with the job center that happens referral of jobseekers.
Chapter 4
Information and guidance in the job center
§ 9. Work and students can get the job center
1) information and guidance on opportunities for employment and education,
2) information and guidance on admission of cv in Jobnet, see. § 12, and
3) information about other activities under this Act.
§ 10. Private and public employers can get the job center
1) information and guidance on labor and education conditions and
2) information and guidance on admission of jobs in Jobnet, see. § 12.
PCS. 2. The job center may grant an unpaid business service, which aims to promote an active response to the unemployed and people who have trouble maintaining employment in the labor market. This service is organized based on the individual needs for guidance and support during the establishment and course of employment, including the need to facilitate the company's administrative work in connection with employment.
Chapter 5
Registration of job seekers in job centers
§ 11. A person can register as jobseekers in the job center.

PCS. 2 pcs. 2. Available members of an unemployment who wish to receive unemployment benefits or eligible for unemployment benefit for 1st, 2nd and 3rd day of unemployment after the Unemployment Insurance Act, etc., must register as jobseekers in the job center on the first day of unemployment. The unemployed must at least every 7 days to confirm that he is seeking employment.
PCS. 3. A person who has applied for or received cash or start assistance under the Act on Active Social Policy and after the municipality's assessment receive assistance solely on the basis of availability, must first contact the municipality for help register as jobseekers in the job center and the municipality must make sure that it happens. The unemployed must at least every 7 days to confirm that he is seeking employment.
PCS. 4. The Minister for Employment shall lay down rules on registration in accordance with paragraph. 1-3 and de-registration as a jobseeker.
Chapter 6
Information about the job and resume
§ 12. Information about jobs and job-work and educational background, etc. (CVs) embedded in the Ministry of Employment database (Jobnet).
§ 13. Persons who are covered by § 2, no. 1 and 2, and who has registered as unemployed at the job center, see. § 11 paragraph. 2 and 3, to give full details of previous employment, education, qualifications and other matters of importance to the job center's assistance in finding work. The persons mentioned in the first paragraph., Must also provide at least one employment in areas where there is demand for labor.
PCS. 2. The person must as soon as possible and no later than 3 weeks after registration embed information referred to in paragraph. 1 in Jobnet. The person must update the information in Jobnet. For persons covered by § 2, no. 2, which should have a job interview, see. § 20, no. 1, by the deadline in the first section. You can job center decide that the information must be hospitalized, at least simultaneously with the interview held .
PCS. 3. Where information as referred to in paragraph. 1 from a previous registration as a job, the information shall resume made available if the person is again registered as seeking work.
PCS. 4. The job center will provide assistance in connection with a person's entry of information in Jobnet if the person so requests. Same obligation unemployment funds to their members.
PCS. 5. The state, the municipality and the unemployment fund has access to the information that the person has admitted in Jobnet.
§ 14. For individuals covered by § 2, no. 1 and 2, no later than 3 weeks after registration held a conversation with the person, ensuring that the information that the person's entry in Jobnet is satisfactory. During the conversation must be agreed how the person's job search can be supported, and the person shall be required to seek at least two relevant specific job.
PCS. 2. The call by paragraph. 1 shall not be held if within the last 3 months before enrollment has been held a conversation about the person's resume.
PCS. 3. The interview by paragraph. 1 held for people covered by § 2, no. 1 of the unemployment fund and for persons covered by § 2, no. 2, of the municipality.
Section III
Individually kontaktforløb
Chapter 7
Determination of the individual contact as
§ 15. For individuals covered by § 2, Nos. 1-4, organized and implemented an individual and flexible contact program taking into account the person's wishes and requirements, and labor market needs in order for that person as soon as possible obtain ordinary employment. If obtaining regular employment is not immediately feasible, organized contact process in order that the person be brought closer to the labor market.
§ 16. For individuals covered by § 2, no. 1-3, to be there during the contacts held individual interviews focusing on specific jobs and job search. During the interview organized contact process and the content of the employment effort determined, like to follow up on agreements.
PCS. 2. For persons covered by § 2, no. 3, shall also be an assessment of whether to launch job-creating activities for that, and whether the person has achieved a closer connection to the labor market and thus be registered as jobseekers in the job center.
PCS. 3. For individuals covered by § 2, no. 4, to be there during the contacts held individual interviews with the person in order to follow up on the person's participation in the offer after Chapter 10-12.

PCS. 4. As part of the contacts must be taken that the information that persons who are covered by § 2, no. 1 and 2, is hospitalized in Jobnet is satisfactory.
§ 17. For persons covered by § 2, no. 1 and 2, the individual job interview according to § 16 shall be held no later than each person for a total of three months has received public benefit or have participated in offers for chapters 10-12 . Does the person have qualifications in business areas where there are labor shortages, there is doubt about the person's available, or there is a risk that the person can not find employment, the switch must be more frequent.
PCS. 2. The interview may be conducted by telephone, digital or otherwise, if the person involved in the offer for Chapter 10-12.
§ 18. For individuals covered by § 2, no. 3 and 4, the individual job interview according to § 16 shall be held no later than each person for a total of three months has received public benefit or have participated in the offer after Chapter 10-12 . If deemed necessary to bring the person closer to the labor market, the switch must be more frequent.
PCS. 2. The interview may be conducted by telephone, digital or otherwise, if the person involved in the offer for Chapter 10-12.
PCS. 3. The local authority may for persons covered by § 2, no. 3, and where exceptional circumstances exist, establish guidelines that instead of holding a job interview can be a different kind of contact.
Especially on the first call, etc.
§ 19. For individuals covered by § 2, no. 1, the first job interview after § 16 is held at the latest when the person has received public benefit in aggregate
1) 1 month after registering as job seekers in the job center if the person is under 30, or
2) 3 months after registering as job seekers in the job center if the person is 30 years of age.
§ 20. For individuals covered by § 2, no. 2 and 3, the first job interview after § 16 is held at the latest when the person has received public benefit in coherent
1) 1 month from first contact for help to the municipality if the person is under 30, or
2) 3 months from the first request for help to the municipality if the person is 30 years of age.
§ 21. The Minister for Employment shall lay down rules on calculation of the periods of 1 and 3 months for the public benefit and participation in offers for persons covered by § 2, no. 1, respectively, § 2, no. 2-4, including what services are included in the calculation of periods of public benefit.
PCS. 2. The Minister for Employment may lay down rules on the individual contact programs, including human populations may be exempted from the individual contact program because they because of age, health or other special conditions in general do not need an employment-oriented action. The Minister for Employment may lay down rules on persons involved in the self-elected training under Part 8 a, not covered by the individual contact program.
Specifically on conversation and action in connection with control
§ 21 a. Receives job center message that public authorities control action has raised doubts about the general availability of a person covered by § 2, no. 1, and that the requests benefits under the Act on Unemployment Insurance Act, must job center immediately summon the person to an individual interview, to be held within 1 week from the job center's receipt of the notification.
PCS. 2. Receives local authority is informed that public authorities control action has raised doubts about the general availability of a person who is covered by § 2, no. 2 and 3, the municipality must immediately summon the person to an individual interview, to be held within one week of notification is received.
PCS. 3. The job center will be within 2 weeks after the interview, see. Paragraph. 1 and 2, make sure that the individuals are an offer by chapter 10-12.
Obligation for people under 25 to take a training
§ 21 b. The job center will be under the individual kontaktforløb assess whether a person under 25 who are covered by § 2, no. 1-3, which do not have a professional training and who do not have dependent children living at home will be able to complete training on general terms.

PCS. 2. Evaluates job center that a person covered by paragraph. 1, can complete their education, the job center require the person within a specified period of time to come up with proposals for one or more relevant academic or vocational education, which he can apply for admission to. It is a condition that the person throughout the course have a basis of support in the form of SU, apprentice wages etc.
PCS. 3. The job center will be based on an assessment of the person's conditions require the person concerned within a specified deadline to apply for admission to one or more programs, see. Paragraph. 2.
PCS. 4. If the person admitted to an education, the insured is obliged to initiate and complete the program.
PCS. 5. Evaluates job center, there is a risk that the young people who start training after paragraph. 4, can have particular difficulties in implementing the program, the job center will inform the educational institution that the young people according to § 21 b is required to start an education. Notification can be made without the consent of the young person.
Systematic referral process
§ 21c. When the job center refers a person who is covered by § 2, no. 1 or 2, for a job of § 5, paragraph. 2, no. 1, over 5 days and the person does not get the job, initiated a systematic referral process in accordance with § 21 d. This does not apply to a person who is in the offer after Chapter 10-12.
§ 21 d. Jobcenteret shall promptly refer the person to another job in accordance with § 5, paragraph. 2, no. 1, and must constantly continue to do so until 3 months after the first citation in accordance with § 21 c if the person does not get jobs.
PCS. 2. If no job, see. Paragraph. 1 person may be referred to, the job center will require the person to seek a number of relevant specific job on Jobnet. The jobs are in cooperation with the person.
PCS. 3. Is the person at the end of the period of 3 months has not found employment, the person must be offered by Chapter 10-12.
§ 21 e. For a person who during the period of systematic referral process to commence an offer after Chapter 16 and 17, completed the course in accordance with § 21 d paragraph. 1 and 2, at the time when the offer starts.
PCS. 2. A person who is covered by a systematic course in accordance with § 21 d, can not be referred to other actors had been given the task of fulfilling employment activities, see. § 4 b.
PCS. 3. A person may, notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph. 2 refer to another provider, if the subject of the target group for a government procurement framework in accordance with § 12 of the Act on the responsibility and control of the active employment measures, or where the municipality has been ordered to spend another actor in accordance with § 11 of the same Act.
Section IV
Offers etc.
Chapter 8
Offers options
§ 22. Jobcenteret able to offer the following:
1) Guidance and qualification, see. Chapter 10
2) internship, see. Chapter 11, and
3) subsidized employment, see. Chapter 12.
PCS. 2. Offers can be provided in accordance with a job plan, see. Chapter 9.
PCS. 3. Offers must as far as possible be directed towards employment in areas where there is demand for labor, and be based on individual preferences and abilities, to the person as soon as possible achieve sustainable employment and full or partial self-support. Offers can be given individually or in combination.
PCS. 4. For persons covered by § 2, no. 1-3, can offer notwithstanding paragraph. 3 sets of the job center, taking into account the specific needs of the labor market. "
PCS. 5. In the case of § 2, no. 1-3, said audiences can offer after Chapter 10 and 11 given in order that the individual achieves societal understanding.
PCS. 6. For individuals covered by § 2, no. 5, can offer after Chapter 10-12 also be aimed at maintaining the labor market.
§ 23. For individuals covered by § 2, no. 2 and 3, and get an offer after Chapter 10 and 11 who have a consistent duration of 12 months or more, must be beyond the period specified hospitalized one off-duty period of one month so that the offer period does not exceed 11 months in any 12-month period. The same applies to persons who are covered by § 2, no. 4, which are offered under Chapter 10 in the form of specially organized projects or offer after Chapter 11. The job center should seek to off-duty periods determined in agreement with the person.

§ 24. Offer to persons who are covered by § 2, no. 1 may not extend beyond the date to which the person is entitled to benefits under the Act on Unemployment Insurance
PCS. 2. Offer to persons who are covered by § 2, no. 2 and 3 can be given as long as the person is entitled to cash benefits or start according to § 11 of the Act on active social policy.
PCS. 3. Offer to persons who are covered by § 2, no. 4, can be given as long as the person is covered by Chapter 6 of the Act on active social policy.
PCS. 4. Offer to persons who are covered by § 2, no. 5, can not extend beyond the date to which the person is entitled to sickness benefits under the Act on sickness benefits. The limitation does not apply to quotations issued as part of the pre-rehabilitation under Part 6 of the Act on active social policy.
PCS. 5. Offer to persons who are covered by § 2, no. 7, and receiving unemployment allowance or special benefit may not extend beyond the date to which the person is entitled to unemployment assistance or special benefits under the Act on Active Social Policy.
§ 25. For individuals covered by § 2, no. 1, and participating in the offer after Chapter 10-12, Minister of Employment may lay down rules on the requirement of the person's available commitment under the Act on Unemployment Insurance Act can be waived.
PCS. 2. For persons covered by § 2, no. 2 and 3, the availability requirements waived pursuant to § 13 c of the Act on active social policy.
§ 26. The Minister of Employment may lay down rules on the possibility that persons who are covered by § 2, no. 1 and 5 may participate in deals abroad.
PCS. 2. For persons covered by § 2, no. 2-4 and 7 may participate in the offer abroad be in accordance with § 5 of the Act on active social policy.
Chapter 8 a
Elective training targeting unemployed
§ 26 a. Persons who are covered by § 2, no. 1, can be in up to 6 weeks of your choice to participate in secondary education and other training of an equivalent level of secondary education, in vocational adult education and training and with training levels, and in higher education.
PCS. 2. Training must be given within the first 9 months of total unemployment for persons aged 25 years and within the first 6 months of total unemployment for people under the age of 25 years.
PCS. 3. During participation in self-elected training the person receives education benefit under Chapter 9 b of the Act on unemployment insurance, etc.
PCS. 4. The unemployment insurance funds shall decide whether the conditions for training under this chapter are met.
PCS. 5. The Minister for Employment may lay down rules on self-selected training for unemployed, administration of the scheme, which programs can be selected in accordance with paragraph. 1, conditions for prior training, covering tuition, payment of board and lodging and travel expenses during participation in education.
PCS. 6. The Minister for Employment may lay down rules on the disposal obligation under the Act on Unemployment Insurance Act may be waived for unemployed self-elected training under this chapter.
§ 26 b. Individuals who are considered employees under the Act on compensation for participation in vocational adult education and training or the Act on State adult education support (SVU) has no right to self-elected training under this chapter.
Chapter 9
Job plan
§ 27. Persons who are covered by § 2, Nos. 1-4, can be prepared a job plan for how the ability to get permanent employment in the open labor market can be improved.
PCS. 2. In the job plan describes the person's employment, as far as possible should be directed towards employment in areas where there is demand for labor.
PCS. 3. If an employment appears from the information embedded in Jobnet after Chapter 6 and in areas where there is demand for labor, the job plan simply refer to the employment target in Jobnet.
PCS. 4. In the job plan indicate which offers is according to § 22 can be given. If an offer is aimed at employment in areas where there is demand for labor, the job plan does not contain a statement of the offer, unless the person does not agree with the offer.
PCS. 5. If the job center estimates that there must be an offer that is not directed towards employment in areas where there is demand for labor must be justified in the job plan.
PCS. 6. Job Plan be revised if this is justified by the person's situation, or if there are significantly changed conditions in the labor market, making a revision is appropriate.

§ 28. For individuals covered by § 2, no. 3, the plan may also include activities that can stabilize and improve the person's physical, mental and social condition in order that the person can then attend under this Act.
PCS. 2. For persons covered by § 2, no. 4, to be granted rehabilitation in accordance with § 51 of the Act on active social policies, job plan shall contain a description of the person's possibility of access to an education and to finally commercial location. If the job plan includes an offer of job training or subsidized employment, the plan should also indicate how the company participates in the process, as well as the job center assistance to the company.
§ 29. Prior to submitting an offer after Chapter 10-12 to persons covered by § 2, Nos. 1-4, requires a job plan.
PCS. 2. If there is prepared a job plan and the person must have an offer that is not mentioned therein, the job plan reviewed.
PCS. 3 pieces. 1 and 2 shall not apply when submitting tenders for Chapter 10-12 if the offer lasts up to 4 weeks or has been determined during a job interview and is aimed at employment in areas where there is demand for labor. A person has a right to have prepared a job plan if he or she so requests.
PCS. 4. Offers, which by paragraph. 3 is not required to be prepared a job plan must be in writing, and a statement of the case, whether the person has accepted the offer.
§ 30. A person who is covered by § 2, no. 1, and which has used the access for education and training for up to 6 weeks, see. Chapter 8 a, has the right to have prepared a job plan for this part in order further education, if the person so request.
§ 31. The Minister for Employment shall lay down rules under this chapter, including the content of the job plan and procedures for the preparation of job plans.
Chapter 9 a
Integration Contract
§ 31a. The municipality must for people who have been or should have an integration contract by the Act and receiving assistance under the Act on active social or unemployment benefits under the Act on Unemployment Insurance Act, supplementing the contract with information on the content of employment initiatives to be determined in accordance with this Act.
PCS. 2. The contract shall describe the alien's rights and obligations and the penalties that may be imposed under this Act, the Act on active social policy and the Unemployment Insurance Act, etc. The employment initiatives in the contract pursuant to paragraph. 1 shall be organized as part of the individual contact as provided for in Chapter 7, and activities and offers by the rules on job plan in Chapter 9 defines herein.
PCS. 3. The municipality prepares a status of the alien's participation in the established employment-related activities for the integration contract, when the Immigration Service requests.
PCS. 4. The local authority has not the required information on basis of residence and other personal data as well as information from the signed integration agreement, a copy of the declaration on integration and active citizenship in Danish society and the status of the alien's participation in the introduction program, the former municipality of residence on request without the alien's consent disclose this.
PCS. 5. The former municipality of residence must further determine whether data other than those in paragraph. 4 above will be essential to safeguard employment initiatives. Such information may be disclosed with the consent of the alien. Obtained consent not, the information can be disclosed without consent if they are deemed to be necessary to undertake employment initiatives for the alien.
PCS. 6. Immigration Service provides information on foreigners' residence status available to the employment authorities.
PCS. 7. The Minister for Employment may lay down rules on how employment initiatives defined in integration contract, including the status and follow-up.
Chapter 10
Guidance and qualification
§ 32. Persons who are covered by § 2, no. 1-5, can be offered counseling and skills upgrading, which may consist of the following:
1) Short guidance and clarification processes
2) specially organized projects and training, including internships during training and lessons in Danish or
3) Annual training.
PCS. 2. Persons covered by § 2, no. 7, and receiving unemployment allowance or special benefit under §§ 74 and 74 of the Act on active social policy can be offered by paragraph. 1 pt. 1 and 2.

PCS. 3. The offer must develop or uncover the unemployed professional, social or language skills with a view to upgrading to the labor market.
PCS. 4. The internship periods during specially organized training programs see. Paragraph. 1 pt. 2 together can have a maximum of three months, and each training period can have a maximum duration of 1 month. During the internship will § 43 shall apply accordingly.
§ 33. Production and marketing of products related to specifically adapted projects or training, see. § 32 paragraph. 1 pt. 2 must not distort competition.
PCS. 2. Employment Minister may by the involvement of community organizations lay down guidelines on when production and marketing in accordance with paragraph. 1 can be considered anti-competitive.
Particularly the duration
§ 34. For individuals covered by § 2, no. 1, there can only be offered guidance and skills upgrading for up to a total of six weeks
1) within the first 6 months of total unemployment, if the person is under 30 years and has a professional training
2) within the first 9 months of total unemployment, if the person is between 30 and 60 years, and
3) within the first 6 months of total unemployment, if the person is 60 years old.
§ 35. For persons aged 30 years and covered by § 2, no. 2, may only be offered guidance and skills upgrading for up to a total of 6 weeks within the first continuous period of 9 months cash benefits or start.
§ 36. Provision of guidance and upgrading, which consists of brief guidance and clarification process, see. § 32 paragraph. 1 pt. 1 are not included in the 6 weeks of §§ 34 and 35 if the offer has a duration of up to 2 weeks.
PCS. 2. When offering guidance and upgrading, which consists solely of Danish lessons, see. § 32 paragraph. 1 pt. 2, the duration of the restriction in §§ 34 and 35 do not.
PCS. 3. Offers of counseling and skills upgrading can have a duration of over 6 weeks when Danish classes form a significant part. The total duration may not exceed 26 weeks.
Particularly on study and professional education and training
§ 37. Persons under 30 years covered by § 2, no. 1-3, can not receive offers under this chapter to a study and professional training see. However paragraph. 2.
PCS. 2. The job center may derogate from the provision in paragraph. 1 for individuals who do not have professional training and
1) have dependent children at home,
2) the age of 25 and are covered by § 2, no. 1, and has the right and obligation to subsequently offer according to § 89, or
3) the age of 25 and are covered by § 2, no. 2 and 3, which has the right and obligation to subsequently offer according to § 96.
PCS. 3. In a decision under paragraph. 2 on offer to professional training, the training qualifies for work in areas where there is demand for labor, and there must be an education with a duration longer than a professional training.
Services etc.
§ 38. Persons who are covered by § 2, no. 1, receives the offer of counseling and skills upgrading unemployment benefits under the Act on Unemployment Insurance
PCS. 2. Persons covered by § 2, no. 2-5 and 7, receiving the offer the benefit to which he is entitled under the Act on active social policy or law on sickness benefits, or for persons covered § 2, no. 4, under other legislation.
§ 39. For individuals covered by § 2, no. 1, 4, 5 and 7, can be through participation in the provision of guidance and skills provided travel expenses in accordance with § 82.
PCS. 2. For persons covered by § 2, no. 2 and 3, can be through participation in the provision of guidance and qualification shall be repaid in accordance with § 83.
§ 40. In connection with the offer of counseling and skills upgrading may receive grants under Part 14 for equipment, including the purchase of teaching materials and tools, see. §§ 76 and 77, and to mentor, see. §§ 78-80 || | § 41. The Minister for Employment shall lay down rules under this chapter, including the purchase of education, participation in language training and payment of board and lodging in connection with persons who are covered by § 2, no. 1, participating in the offer of counseling and upgrading.
Chapter 11
Corporate

§ 42. Persons who are covered by § 2, no. 1-5, which either have a need for clarification of employment or because of deficient academic, language or social skills difficult to obtain employment on normal wage and working conditions or wage subsidies can be offered job training in a public or private company.
PCS. 2. Persons covered by § 2, no. 7, and receiving unemployment allowance or special benefit under §§ 74 and 74 of the Act on active social policy can be offered job training.
PCS. 3. The offer is to discover or train the person's academic, social or language skills as well as to clarify employment.
§ 43. People in job training are not covered by the wage earners applicable rules established in accordance with laws or collective agreements, etc.
PCS. 2. People in job training is notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph. 1 covered by health and safety legislation and laws prohibiting employment discrimination.
duration
§ 44. An offer of job training can have a duration that makes up
1) 4 weeks for persons covered by § 2, no. 1
2) 4 weeks for persons covered by § 2, no. 2,
3) 13 weeks for persons covered by § 2, no. 2, if the person does not have work experience, the long-term unemployed or otherwise have difficulty obtaining employment with a wage subsidy, and
4) 13 weeks for persons covered by § 2, no. 3-5 and 7.
PCS. 2. For persons covered by paragraph. 1 pt. 3 and 4, the period after a specific assessment extended up to 26 weeks. If the person is then based on a specific individual assessment have particular needs for a longer period, the period can be extended further.
PCS. 3. For individuals covered by § 2, no. 4, and which has had a job plan according to § 28 para. 2, the duration is determined by a concrete, individual assessment of the job plan provided needed training.
Services etc.
§ 45. Persons who are covered by § 2, no. 1, receives the offer of traineeship unemployment benefits under the Act on Unemployment Insurance
PCS. 2. Persons covered by § 2, no. 2-5 and 7, receiving the offer the benefit to which the person is entitled under the Act on active social policy or law on sickness benefits.
PCS. 3. Persons covered by § 2, no. 2 and 3 and receive booster, also receives an employment supplement of 11.87 kr. Per. hour (pr. 1 January 2003) in job training. The same applies to a person receiving social assistance and who are married or cohabiting with a person receiving start help or introduction. Allowance is payable irrespective of the right to start aid respectively cash.
§ 46. For individuals covered by § 2, no. 1, 4, 5 and 7 may, participation in offers of job training provided travel expenses in accordance with § 82.
PCS. 2. For persons covered by § 2, no. 2 and 3, can be through participation in offers of job training shall be repaid in accordance with § 83.
§ 47. In connection with the offer of job training grants may be awarded under Part 14 for equipment, including the purchase of tools, see. §§ 76 and 77, and to and to mentor, see. §§ 78-80.
The relationship with its employees, competition, etc.
§ 48. In both private and public companies proportionality between the number of employees without subsidies and the number of people in work practice and employees with wage subsidies for Chapter 12
PCS. 2. Prior to the establishment of job training for more than 13 weeks, the question of the establishment have been discussed between the company and representatives of employees.
§ 49. Establishment of a company internship must not distort competition.
§ 49 a. The municipality shall inform the local employment, see. § 44 of the Act on the responsibility and control of the active employment measures, the use of job training.
PCS. 2. The Minister for Employment may lay down rules on municipal notice to the local employment.
§ 50. The Minister of Employment may lay down rules under this chapter, including that which may specify the conditions for job training at private employers, the requirement to the extent of an offer job training and rules on when the condition according to § 48 are met.
Chapter 11 a
Corporate special risk youth under 18

§ 50 a. The municipality able to offer job training for Chapter 11 to particularly vulnerable young people under 18 who are covered by § 2, no. 9.
PCS. 2. During the traineeship receive the young compensation. The compensation is determined in cooperation with the unions and based on the minimum standard hourly rate of the current employment area. The compensation may not exceed an amount corresponding to the amount in § 25 f paragraph. 2, 1, of the Law on active social policy.
PCS. 3. Decision on job training under subsection. 1 taken with the consent of the young and the custodial parent.
Chapter 12
Employment with wage subsidy
§ 51. Persons who are covered by § 2, Nos. 1-6 and 8 may be offered subsidized employment with a public or private employers. It does not apply to persons covered by § 2, no. 5, which is in an employment relationship.
PCS. 2. To be employed in subsidized jobs with private employers, persons covered by § 2, no. 1, have been unemployed for a total of more than 6 months and those covered by § 2, no. 2 and 3 shall have received cash benefits or start for a continuous period of more than 6 months. Persons covered by § 2, no. 5, must have received unemployment benefits under the Act on Unemployment Insurance Act or received sick pay during illness under the Act on sickness benefits for a total of more than 6 months.
PCS. 3. For individuals covered by § 2, no. 4, it is a condition of employment with a wage subsidy,
1) the existence of special circumstances, including for example. the person is above the usual training age, previous ties to the labor market or have a duty to maintain the spouse or children, see. § 51 paragraph. 1 pt. 3 of the Act on Active Social Policy, or
2) that there are individuals in the pupil or apprenticeship, which because of extensive mental, physical or social problems alone are able to provide a very limited effort.
§ 52. Provision of subsidized employment is given
1) for the training and rehabilitation of professional, social or language skills of persons covered by § 2, no. 1-5,
2) the purpose of obtaining or retaining employment for persons covered by § 2, no. 6, and
3) for the reintegration of persons who are covered by § 2, no. 8
duration
§ 53. An offer of employment with a wage subsidy can be granted for up to 1 year.
PCS. 2. For persons covered by § 2, no. 4 and 6, an offer of employment with a wage subsidy granted beyond 1 year.
Pay and working
§ 54. For subsidized employment with private employers of persons covered by § 2, no. 1-3 and 5, the wages and working conditions be contractual or similar work normally applying.
§ 55. subsidized employment with public employers of persons covered by § 2, no. 1-3 and 5, the wages and working conditions be contractual, see. However paragraph. 2-6.
PCS. 2. The salary can not exceed 96.21 kr. Per. hour (1 July 2002) exclusive holiday pay, etc.
PCS. 3. The recruitment of persons covered by § 2, no. 1, the salary of the person after deduction of labor market remain level with the person's individual daily cash benefits under the Act on Unemployment Insurance Act, however, be at least 82 per cent. the highest benefit rate for full-time and part-time insured.
PCS. 4. The recruitment of persons covered by § 2, no. 2 and 3, the salary of the person after deduction of labor market remain level with the person's overall individual assistance under the Act on Active Social Policy, however, be at least 82 per cent. of the highest unemployment benefit under the Act on Unemployment Insurance
PCS. 5. The public employer establishes working in each promotion taking into account salary, see. Paragraph. 3 and 4 and taking into account the hourly pay and allowances, etc. The number of working rounded up to the nearest whole number of hours. By commencing the employment fixed working hours and the average hourly wage for the whole period, taking into account the known adjustments in hourly wages. The average hourly wage is adjusted percentage in accordance with any adjustments in individual unemployment benefit or assistance during the employment period.
PCS. 6. When hiring a person who is covered by § 2, no. 5, set working hours by agreement between the municipality, the employer and the person.

PCS. 7. The Minister for Employment may lay down rules for wages and working hours are reduced if the person has regular employment.
§ 56. subsidized employment of persons who are covered by § 51 paragraph. 3, no. 1, the salary must be at least equal to the minimum standard on the current employment area or for similar work normally applying and working conditions correspond to the contractual or similar work normally applying.
PCS. 2. For employment in pupil or apprenticeship of persons who are covered by § 51 paragraph. 3, no. 2, which do not satisfy the condition in § 51 paragraph. 3, no. 1, the salary must be equal to the minimum standard student or recei- ve apprentice wages and working conditions correspond to the contractual or similar work normally applying.
§ 57. subsidized employment of persons who are covered by § 2, no. 6, set wages and working conditions, including working hours, by agreement between the employer and the person. This must be done in cooperation with the unions.
§ 58. subsidized employment of persons who are covered by § 2, no. 8, it must pay and working conditions be contractual or similar work normally applying.
§ 59. Persons employed with wage subsidies is also subject to the legislation applicable to employees.
PCS. 2. The Minister for Employment may derogate from paragraph. 1.
More jobs, etc.
§ 60. Prior to subsidized employment, the question of employment have been discussed between the company and representatives of employees.
§ 61. Employment with wage subsidy of persons covered by § 2, no. 1-3 and 5, should lead to a net increase in the number of employees of his employer. The net expansion means more jobs compared to its normal employment.
PCS. 2. The condition that more jobs ensured by the employer and the employees jointly. Disagreement on the condition of more jobs is determined by the applicable statutory rules on mediation and possible arbitration. For private employers who are not covered by collective agreement determines the regional employment, see. Chapter 6 of the responsibility and control of the active employment measures, administrative definitively whether the condition more jobs are met.
§ 62. In both private and public companies proportionality between the number of employees without wage subsidies and the number of employees with a wage subsidy under this chapter as well as people in job training.
Wage subsidies
§ 63. On appointment under this chapter shall be paid a wage subsidy to the employer.
PCS. 2. The wage subsidy per. hour after paragraph. 1 may represent (pr. 1 January 2006):
1) 21.41 kr.
2) 37.47 kr.
3) 59.71 kr.
4) 86.72 kr. Or
5) 115.43 kr.
§ 64. Determination of the wage rate in accordance with § 63 to be paid, is based on a specific assessment of the person's abilities and the ability to participate in the work of the same extent as the other staff described. However paragraph. 2-7. By recruitment of persons covered by § 2, no. 4, assessment is carried out according to the rules laid down under § 4 a paragraph. 3, on requirements for study of work.
PCS. 2. For employment of persons who are covered by § 2, no. 1-3, constitute the wage subsidy 59.71 kr. Per. hour for private employers. The subsidy for public employers constitute 115.43 kr. Per. hour.
PCS. 3. The recruitment of persons covered by § 2, no. 4, the wage subsidy capped at 115.43 kr. Per. hour for both private and public employers. When hiring people in traineeships and apprenticeships where wages are set according to § 56 paragraph. 1, the subsidy according to § 63 determined based on the difference between the student and apprentice wages in the area and the minimum standard wage in the current area of ​​employment or the wages are normally paid for similar work increased by any employer contributions to ATP etc.
PCS. 4. On appointment of student and apprenticeship can only be awarded to the student or apprentice wage, if the person due to extensive physical, psychological or social problems alone are able to provide a very limited effort.
PCS. 5. For the recruitment of persons covered by § 2, no. 5, the wage subsidy is 59.71 kr. Per. hour for private employers. The subsidy for public employers constitute 115.43 kr. Per. hour.

PCS. 6. For the recruitment of persons covered by § 2, no. 6, the wage subsidy is 21.41 kr. Per. hour for both private and public employers. In special cases, the wage subsidy constitute 37.47 kr. Per. hour, including in cases where employers who receive grants to persons who before 1 July 1998 are employed in sheltered single seats for the Social Assistance Act, instead wishing to receive grants under this chapter.
PCS. 7. When hiring people who are covered by § 2, no. 8, the wage subsidy capped at 115.43 kr. Per. hour for both private and public employers.
§ 65. Payment of subsidies must not distort competition.
§ 66. For individuals covered by § 2, no. 4, can when employment with wage subsidies provided travel expenses in accordance with § 82. The same applies to persons who are covered by § 2, no. 1 and 5, and employed with subsidized with public employers.
§ 67. In connection with the offer of employment with a wage subsidy grants may be awarded under Part 14 for equipment, including the purchase of tools, see. §§ 76 and 77, and to mentor, see. §§ 78-80.
Special wage subsidy scheme for people over 55
§ 67 a. Persons over 55 who are covered by § 2, no. 1-3, have the right to contract with a private employer and offered a post with a wage subsidy.
PCS. 2. It is a condition of the offer,
1) to persons covered by § 2, no. 1, has been unemployed for a total of more than 12 months, or that persons covered by § 2, no. 2 and 3, have received cash, booster or an introduction for a continuous period of more than 12 months, and
2) that the company satisfies the requirements of §§ 54, 60, 61 and 62.
PCS. 3. Periods of offers after paragraph. 1, can not be included in the calculation in paragraph. 2, no. 1 of the 12-month aggregate unemployment for persons covered by § 2, no. 1
PCS. 4. §§ 59 and 67 shall apply mutatis mutandis at subsidized employment under subsection. 1.
§ 67 b. Under agreements for subsidized employment according to § 67 a job center must only ensure that the conditions of § 67 a paragraph. 2, are met. The job center must not make an assessment according to § 22 paragraph. 3.
PCS. 2. The rules on job plan in Chapter 9 shall not apply.
§ 67 c. On appointment according to § 67 a constitute the wage subsidy per. hour 90.14 kr. (pr. 1 January 2006).
PCS. 2. The employer and the unemployed agree on the duration of the wage period that can be up to continuous 6 months.
Special wage subsidy scheme for long-term unemployment assistance claimants
§ 67 d. Persons who are covered by § 2, no. 2 and 3, have the right to contract with a private employer and offered a post with a wage subsidy.
PCS. 2. It is a condition of the offer,
1) the person has received social assistance benefits, start help or introductory or have been in offers for chapters 10-12 of 140 weeks within the last 156 weeks, and
2) that the company satisfies the requirements of §§ 54, 60, 61 and 62.
PCS. 3. Periods of offers after paragraph. 1 can not be counted towards the 140 weeks in the paragraph. 2, no. 1
PCS. 4. §§ 59 and 67 shall apply mutatis mutandis at subsidized employment under subsection. 1.
PCS. 5. Persons under 30 who have not completed training that warrant inclusion in an unemployment insurance fund, can not enter into an agreement under subsection. 1.
§ 67 e. For sales contracts for subsidized employment according to § 67 d be the job center only ensure that the requirements of § 67 d paragraph. 2, are met. The job center must not make an assessment according to § 22 paragraph. 3.
PCS. 2. The rules on job plan in Chapter 9 shall not apply.
§ 67 f. On appointment according to § 67 d represents the wage subsidy per. hour 90.14 kr. (pr. 1 January 2006).
PCS. 2. The employer and the unemployed agree on the duration of the wage period that can be up to 12 consecutive months.
§ 68. The Minister for Employment shall lay down rules under this chapter, including rules that can specify the conditions for subsidized employment with private employers.
PCS. 2. The Minister for Employment shall lay down rules to be eligible for wage subsidies to companies, regions and municipalities included training agreements respectively pupil contracts with persons who are 25 years old.
Chapter 13
Flexi-jobs etc.
§ 69. Jobcenteret ensure that persons below pension age, cf.. § 1 of the Act on social pensions, permanently reduced working, see. § 2, no. 7, has the opportunity

1) employment with private or public employers in flexi according to § 70 or
2) support to maintain employment in their own company after § 75.
PCS. 2. The Minister for Employment may, depending on Denmark's international obligations set rules that, in some economic areas are not allowed to employ persons under subsection. 1.
PCS. 3. The Minister may lay down rules on subsidies for employers with employees in flexi jobs where the work is done abroad.
§ 70. The job center offers offer flex jobs to people who do not receive early retirement after the Social Pensions Act or the Act on the highest, middle, high plain and ordinary disability pension, etc., and who can not obtain or maintain employment on normal terms in the labor market.
PCS. 2. Flexible working arrangements can be offered first when all relevant under this Act and other measures, including possible attempts reassignment in the workplace has been proven to bring or maintain the ordinary employment. Exceptions are cases where it is obviously futile to implement these measures prior to referral.
PCS. 3. The job center will be follow-up in cases under this chapter in accordance with § 10 of the Act on active social policy.
§ 70 a. The basis for a decision for such a job must consist of
1) a statement that relevant under this Act and other measures have been tried to bring or maintain the ordinary employment,
2) a statement of the resources and the opportunity to use and develop them, drawn up in cooperation with the relevant and contains its own view of the situation,
3) an explanation of why his work is considered permanently restricted and
4) an explanation of why the work can not be used to obtain or maintain employment on normal terms.
PCS. 2. The job center applies the rules on requirements for the study of work and about proceedings relating to initiation and handling cases for such a job, which is determined pursuant to § 4 a paragraph. 3.
§ 71. The employer pays the salary of the employees in flexible working arrangements.
PCS. 2. Grants for wages paid to the employer. The grant is half or two-thirds of salary, depending on the degree of reduced working capacity.
PCS. 3. The subsidy is calculated on the salary plus the cost of employer contributions to ATP and any other expenditure for employer contributions. The grant can not exceed half or two thirds of the minimum standard hourly rate of the current employment area or of the wages are normally paid for similar work, plus the cost of employer contributions to ATP and any other expenditure for employer contributions. The subsidy for the salary shall not exceed calculated from a sum of 395,000 kr. (2006 level) on an annual basis or 205.30 kr. (2006 level) on an hourly basis.
PCS. 4. The subsidy under paragraph. 3 reduced by the amount that the employer is entitled to under the Act on sickness benefits. The Minister for Employment may lay down rules.
§ 72. When the job center has given the offer of flexible working arrangements, setting wages and other working conditions, including working hours as a basis for collective bargaining in recruitment, including under the social chapters. In no agreement covered employment, the Convention on comparable areas apply. Determination of wages and other conditions of work must be done in cooperation with the unions.
PCS. 2. The job center must offer flex jobs full time, unless the person prefer part-time employment or covered by the preceding paragraph. 3.
PCS. 3. The job center must offer flex jobs part time, if the latest annual employment prior to referral to flexible jobs were part-time employment and the person in the latest period of 12 months in employment worked part-time. As part-time employment is considered employment, the duration over a period of 4 weeks on average more than 30 hours a week.
PCS. 4. Persons to whom paragraph. 3 can be offered flex jobs in a number of hours corresponding to the most recent annual part-time employment.
PCS. 5. Persons covered by paragraph. 3, however, be entitled to an offer for such a job full time, if the person can show that part-time employment has been motivated by reasons that are also cause for referral to flexible jobs.

PCS. 6. Persons to whom paragraph. 3, are also entitled to an offer for such a job full time, if the person comes out of marital breakdown or other changes in his personal circumstances.
§ 73. Persons who are employed on flexitime retains the right to grant to flex jobs when moving to another municipality.
Contact programs, self-elected training and other actors
§ 73 a. For persons referred to flex jobs and receive unemployment allowance or special benefit under the Act on Active Social Policy, organized and carried out, an individual contact program, aimed at the person as quickly as possible in flex.
PCS. 2. During the contacts must be held individual interviews with the person later each time the person for a total of three months has received unemployment allowance or special benefit calculated for the first time from referral to flexible jobs. Periods of unemployment allowance or special benefit during maternity leave are not included.
PCS. 3. The Minister for Employment may lay down rules on the individual contact programs, including sygemelding.1)
§ 73 b. Persons referred to flex jobs, may, within the first 12 months of total availability of their choice for up to 6 weeks participate in secondary education, in secondary education, in vocational adult education and training and higher education.
PCS. 2. During the training, the person receives the benefit to which he is entitled under the Act on Active Social Policy.
PCS. 3. When a person has been in flex for a total of nine months in the past 18 months, the person has again right for education and training under the rule in paragraph. 1.
PCS. 4. The program is administered under the Act on payment for certain educational activities related to the Act on Active Employment mm
PCS. 5. The Minister for Employment shall lay down rules about which programs can be selected in accordance with paragraph. 1, as well as rules for aid to cover tuition, payment of board and lodging and travel expenses during participation in education.
PCS. 6. Under the program, the unemployed be available for flexible working arrangements.
§ 73 c. Persons referred to flex jobs, have the right to be referred to another actor for the creation of flexible working arrangements, when the person has received cash assistance, starting aid, unemployment or special benefit for 6 months within 9 months after referral to flexible working arrangements. The same applies when the person has been in flex or regular employment for 9 months within 18 months and then received unemployment assistance for 6 months within 9 months. Periods of allowance during maternity excluded.
PCS. 2. Persons referred to flex jobs and job center has assessed to satisfy the conditions for flex-see. § 74 c of the Act on active social policy should be referred to other actors for the creation of flexible working arrangements, when the person has received cash assistance, starting aid , unemployment or special benefit for 12 months within 18 months after referral to flexible jobs. The same applies when the person has been in flex or regular employment for 9 months within 18 months and then received unemployment assistance for 12 months within 18 months. Periods of allowance during maternity excluded.
PCS. 3. The person must be able to choose between several players.
PCS. 4. The job center will provide guidance on the right to be referred to another provider after paragraph. 1 and reference to another actor after paragraph. 2.
Working tools, mentoring, etc.
§ 74. The job center can provide a person employed by or to be recruited to flex-help tools and less workplace facilities and help for short courses, when the help is vital that the person to maintain or achieve flexible jobs. It is also a condition that the working device or workstation device compensates for his limited capacity for work.
PCS. 2. The job center provides assistance under subsection. 1 when using under other legislation is insufficient to compensate for his limited capacity for work.
PCS. 3. The job center provides assistance under subsection. 1 without regard to the applicant and spouse's income and assets.
§ 74 a. (Repealed)
§ 74 b. Minister of Employment may lay down rules on subsidized employment proof that a person who is referred to flex jobs, may request the job center to prepare.
Self-employed

§ 75. The job center offers offers of support in the form of grants to persons engaged in self-employment as their main occupation, by reason of permanently reduced working it difficult to maintain employment in the independent company. § 70 shall apply accordingly.
PCS. 2. The subsidy is paid depending on the degree of reduced working capacity by half or two thirds of the minimum standard wage in the area in question for new employees without professional qualifications. At no collective agreement areas use the standard wage in comparable areas of employment. The grant shall not exceed calculated from a sum of 395,000 kr. (2006 level) on an annual basis or 205.30 kr. (2006 level) on an hourly basis.
PCS. 3. The Minister for Employment shall lay down rules on the conditions and calculation of subsidies for self-employment.
Chapter 13 a
Offers for unemployed self
§ 75 a. The job center may after a concrete assessment permit persons covered by § 2, no. 10, offer after Chapter 10-12 and additional benefits under Chapters 14 and 15
PCS. 2. Persons covered by § 2, no. 10, and has no problems other than unemployment can be offered and additional services according to the rules applicable to persons covered by § 2, no. 2, chapters 10 12, 14 and 15 in response. however paragraph. 4 and 5.
PCS. 3. Persons covered by § 2, no. 10, and who have problems other than unemployment can be offered and additional services according to the rules applicable to persons covered by § 2, no. 3, in chapters 10-12 , 14 and 15 in response. however paragraph. 4 and 5.
PCS. 4. Offers for Chapter 10 to persons covered by § 2, no. 10, the maximum duration of up to 6 weeks, unless the Danish courses are an important part of the offer. The total duration may not exceed 26 weeks. The provisions of §§ 34-36 of duration shall not apply.
PCS. 5. The provisions on services, etc. in § 38 and § 45 shall not apply to persons covered by § 2, no. 10.
Section V
Additional services
Chapter 14
Grants for the costs of aids and mentor etc.
Aid
(Teaching materials, tools and workplace devices)
§ 76. In connection with participation in the offer after Chapter 10-12 grants may be awarded to facilities in order to support that person can get and participate in the offer.
PCS. 2. Grants for aids can be given as grants to educational materials, tools and small workplace devices. Aid can instead supplement as loans on the condition that it lent fully meets the need.
PCS. 3. For persons covered by § 2, no. 4, can be given to special expenses is a necessary consequence of the training, or a physical or mental impairment. The same applies to persons who are covered by § 2, no. 5, which referred. Chapter 6 of the Law on Active Social Policy, participates in bids as part of the clarification of the individual's ability to work.
PCS. 4. For persons covered by § 2, no. 4, can grant for assistive also given as reimbursement for personal assistance.
§ 77. It is a condition of providing grants to educational material, the material is a necessary consequence of an offer of counseling and skills upgrading or a physical or mental impairment.
PCS. 2. It is a condition of providing grants for tools and small workplace devices that subsidy is essential that the person may participate in the offer, or to implement or device compensates for any person's reduced working.
PCS. 3. It is a condition of providing grants for personal assistance that the assistance is a necessary consequence of an offer of counseling and skills upgrading or a physical or mental impairment.
PCS. 4. Grants for aids can be given without regard to the person and the spouse's income and assets.
PCS. 5. The Minister for Employment may lay down rules on reimbursement for expenses for aids.
mentor
§ 78. In order to promote that people can obtain or retain activities that offer flexible jobs or in ordinary employment, aid may be granted to a mentor function.
§ 79. If a company or an institution supported to carry out a mentor function, efforts lie beyond what the employer or educational institution usually expected to carry out and mentor function must be essential for the activity, offer or employment.

§ 80. Support for a mentor function in a company or an institution is granted to cover labor costs by redeeming the employee in charge of mentoring function, or fees paid to an external consultant. In order to improve an employee's ability to perform mentor function, can be granted subsidies for the purchase of training for the employee.
PCS. 2. On the basis of a specific assessment of needs and qualifications of the person who needs a mentor, set an hour for mentoring function in collaboration with the company or educational institution. If support for mentoring several people may stipulate a number of hours of mentoring per function. space rather than to the individual.
§ 81. The Minister of Employment may lay down rules on the possibility of providing support for mentoring, including grants for the purchase of training for the mentor.
Subsidies to companies in partnership
§ 81a. A company and the job center can enter into a partnership agreement on recruitment of unemployed in the form of job training under Chapter 11
PCS. 2. Within the framework of the agreement the company can implement guidance and upgrading course for Chapter 10 and assign a mentor for this chapter.
PCS. 3. The company may receive reimbursement for expenses actually incurred by paragraph. 2 and the actual expenditure for administration, if agreed.
PCS. 4. The Minister for Employment may lay down rules on subsidies for companies by paragraph. 3.
Chapter 15
Mileage allowance etc.
§ 82. Persons who are covered by § 2, no. 1, 4 and 5, and participating in the offer after Chapter 10-12, persons who participate in self-chosen vocational adult education and training in accordance with Chapter 8 a, and individuals, covered by § 2, no. 7, and participating in the offer after Chapter 10 and 11 are entitled to travel expenses when the daily transport between home and the place where the offer or program is carried out, and the return is more than 24 km. The compensation per. Today can only be paid for the number of kilometers beyond the first 24 kilometers. Persons covered by § 2, no. 1, and are recruited to wage subsidies for Chapter 12 with a private employer, is not entitled to travel expenses.
PCS. 2. When offering by chapters 10 and 12 demonstrated 0.85 kr. Per. km (1 July 2002).
PCS. 3. The offer after Chapter 11 and during participation in self-elected training in accordance with Chapter 8 a recoverable 1.54 kr. Per. km (1 July 2002) for persons covered by § 2, no. 1, and 0.85 kr. per. km (1 July 2002) for persons covered by § 2, no. 4, 5 and 7.
PCS. 4. Kilometer tariffs adjusted once a year with effect from the first Monday in July on the basis of price developments in the public transport area. By paying rounded the total compensation to the nearest full amount.
PCS. 5. For individuals covered by § 2, no. 4 and 7, holds the municipality the actual cost of transportation if the cost is a result of a physical or mental impairment. The same applies to persons who are covered by § 2, no. 5, which referred. Chapter 6 of the Law on Active Social Policy, participates in bids as part of the clarification of the individual's ability to work.
PCS. 6. The Minister for Employment shall lay down rules about the possibility of traveling allowance.
§ 83. Persons who are covered by § 2, no. 2 and 3, and participating in the offer after Chapter 10 and 11, the following job center assessment receive up to 1,000 kr. Per month in total or partial reimbursement to the estimated costs by participating in the offer. During participation in the offer of job training can reimbursement to the person paid only when the cost of attending only to a very limited extent covered by employment supplement in accordance with § 45 paragraph. 3.
PCS. 2. municipal rules and modalities for payment of compensation. The municipality provides information to local citizens about the content of the guidelines.
Section VI
Right and duty to offer
Chapter 16
Right and duty to offer for people receiving unemployment benefits under the Act on Unemployment Insurance
Obligation to offer
§ 84. Persons who are covered by § 2, no. 1, are obliged to accept offers throughout the contingency, in accordance. § 55 of the Act on unemployment insurance, etc. This does not apply if the obligation to offer lapsed under § 91 or during participation in self-elected training under Part 8 a.

PCS. 2. Offer, as provided by this chapter, unless otherwise specified, have a continuous period of at least 4 weeks. The Minister for Employment shall lay down rules on hours of sale under this chapter.
Right and obligation to first offer for people under 30
§ 85. Persons under 30 years covered by § 2, no. 1, most recently after a total of 13 weeks of unemployment the right and duty to påbegynde2) offer after Chapter 10-12. The offer must have a continuous period of at least 6 months.
PCS. 2. Young people under 25 who start an ordinary education based on a training notice under § 21 b, have the right to get education which offer until the young have had 26 weeks of total unemployment.
§ 86. (Repealed)
Right and obligation to first offer for persons 30 years of age
§ 87. Persons between 30 and 60 who are covered by § 2, no. 1, most recently after a total of 9 months of unemployment right and duty to begin offer after Chapter 10 to 12.3)
§ 88. Persons who are 60 years and covered by § 2, no. 1, most recently after a total of six months of unemployment, entitled and obliged to commence an offer after Chapter 10 to 12.4)
Right and obligation to subsequently offer
§ 89. When a person covered by §§ 85, 87 or 88, has completed the first offer, the person has the right and duty to påbegynde5) a new offer every time the person has received public benefit for a total of six months after paragraph. 5, without. Prejudice to paragraph. 2 and 3.
PCS. 2. When a person covered by § 87 have received and completed its first offer before 9 months of total unemployment, and the person after the completion of the offer have received public benefit for a total of at least 6 months, the person shall first right and duty to påbegynde6) subsequent offers by 9 months of total unemployment.
PCS. 3. When a person covered by § 88 have received and completed its first offer before 6 months of total unemployment and the person upon completion of the offer have received public benefit for a total of at least 6 months, the person shall first right and duty to påbegynde7) subsequent offer at 6 months of total unemployment.
PCS. 4. After the end of the first offer under §§ 85-88, the person after the 6 or 9 months of total unemployment in the rest of the period of unemployment also entitled to offers if the person so requests.
PCS. 5. The Minister for Employment shall lay down rules on calculation of the period of 6 months with public benefit schemes, including which services are included in the calculation.
§ 90. (repealed) 8)
§ 90 a. Persons who are covered by § 2, no. 1, has after 30 months of total unemployment right and duty to offer the rest of the period of unemployment. Bids must as far as possible be business-oriented and be at least 6 hours on average per day.
PCS. 2 pcs. 1, point 2. Shall not apply to persons who are employed with a wage subsidy in a public company, and where the prescribed number of hours is less than 6 hours on average per day, see. § 55.
PCS. 3. If the person does not deal at the time the person concerned becomes subject to paragraph. 1, the offer commences immediately after the 30-month aggregate unemployment.
PCS. 4. Where the person in an offer, he shall as soon as possible initiate a new offer.
Lapse of obligation to offer
§ 91. The Minister of Employment may lay down rules that the obligation to offer to persons covered by §§ 85-90 a lapse when the person has regular employment less than full time.
Chapter 17
Right and duty to offer for people receiving cash benefits and start assistance under the Act on Active Social
Duration and offers
§ 91 a. Special offers, as provided by this chapter, unless otherwise specified, have a continuous period of at least 4 weeks.
PCS. 2. Persons in accordance with § 13 of the Law on Active Social has a legitimate reason for not utilizing their work opportunities have up to 1 month after the reasonable reason has ceased, the right and duty to begin the offer under this chapter.
Right and obligation to first offer for people under 30
§ 91 b. (Repealed)
§ 92. Persons under 30 years covered by § 2, no. 2 and 3, have for a continuous period of 13 weeks on cash benefits or start from the first request for help to the municipality the right and duty to begin offer after Chapter 10 -12. The offer must have a continuous period of at least 6 months.
§ 93. (Repealed)
§ 94. (Repealed)

Right and obligation to first offer for persons 30 years of age
§ 95. Persons aged 30 years and covered by § 2, no. 2 and 3, the last for a continuous period of 9 months of cash benefits or start from the first request for help to the municipality the right and duty to start offer after Chapter 10-12.
Right and obligation to subsequently offer
§ 96. When a person covered by § 92, has completed the first offer, the person has the right and obligation to commence a new offer, every time he has received cash benefits or start for a continuous period of 6 months.
PCS. 2. When a person covered by § 95, has completed the first offer, the person has the right and obligation to commence a new offer, every time he has received cash benefits or start for a continuous period of 6 months. If the person has received and completed the first offer until the person has received cash benefits or start for a continuous period of 9 months, and the person after completion of the offer have received cash benefits or start for a continuous period of at least 6 months, the person shall be first right and obligation to commence a subsequent offer when the person has received cash benefits or start for a continuous period of 9 months from the first request for help to the municipality.
Chapter 17 a
Special efforts for persons receiving cash benefits or start
§ 96 a. Local authorities in the period from 1 July 2006 to 30 June 2008 for persons covered by § 2, no. 2 and 3, and not within the last 12 months has received an offer for Chapter 10-12, make a case review and help those people find employment or make an offer for Chapter 10-12.
PCS. 2. The Minister for Employment shall lay down rules on action by paragraph. 1 and grant it.
Section VII
Efforts for employees
Chapter 18
Job rotation
§ 97. Private or public employers in connection with the employee's temporary absence contract job rotation schemes with the job center where unemployed replaces employed.
PCS. 2. Where private or public employers sign agreement on job rotation related to the employee's absence due to leave, training, etc., aid shall be paid in accordance with the applicable rules.
PCS. 3. If, in connection with job rotation hired an available subsidized, the regulations of the Law Chapter 12 applies.
§ 98. (Repealed)
§ 98 a. Private and public employers have the right to receive a job rotation performance of the job center, when an employee temporarily participate in training and during the training period hired someone to cover for the employees.
PCS. 2. Job rotation allowance amounts to 144.22 kr. (Pr. 1 January 2006) for each hour an employed in education, and who is also employed a temporary agency.
PCS. 3. It is a condition that the employer can get paid job rotation benefit that
1) the employees participating in education, not vocational training in terms of level and duration exceeds further education or training, which can be equated with training, unless the program has not been used in the last 5 years,
2) the workers receiving regular wages from the employer during the training period,
3) the employees or the employer does not receive compensation under the law on compensation for participation in vocational adult education and training or support under the state's adult support and
4) are not paid a wage subsidy to the employer of the temporary worker under the provisions of Chapter 12
PCS. 4. Have the employees participating in training as part of job rotation, a short higher education or vocational higher education, will be within a dedicated pool could be paid job rotation benefit to the employer when the conditions in paragraphs. 3 are met, apart from the condition in paragraph. 3, no. 1, 2nd part, that the program has not been used in the last 5 years.
PCS. 5. The employer determines which public or private programs offered can be included in a job rotation, and pay the cost of private education and training with the user.
§ 98 b. For the employer can get paid job rotation performance, the person who is employed as substitute,
1) be covered by § 2, no. 1, and the appointment have an aggregate unemployment period of at least 6 months

2) be covered by § 2, no. 2 or 3, and the recruitment of receiving cash assistance, booster or an introduction for a continuous period of at least 6 months or
3) receive introductory after the Integration Act and having received this benefit for a continuous period of at least 6 months.
PCS. 2. The Substitute must at least be employed 10 hours per. week and can maximum be employed for a period of 12 months.
PCS. 3. The employer must pay contractual wages or for similar work normally applying wages to the temporary worker. Substitute covered by the wage earners applicable rules established in accordance with laws or collective agreements, etc.
PCS. 4. Working as a temp in connection with job rotation are not included in the calculation of the employment requirement, under the Act on Unemployment Insurance
Upgrading skills when hiring
§ 99. In connection with the appointment of a person without a wage subsidy grants can be allocated to the cost of upgrading the skills of the person.
PCS. 2. Subsidies under paragraph. 1 may be granted for expenditure on the upgrading of
1) persons under 30 who are covered by § 2, no. 1-3, and pre-employment have at least 6 months of total unemployment respectively received cash benefits or start or involved in the offer after Chapter 12 in a continuous period of at least 6 months,
2) persons who are over 30 years, covered by § 2, no. 1 and 2, and pre-employment have at least 12 months of aggregate unemployment respectively received cash benefits or start or involved in the offer after Chapter 12 in a continuous period of at least 12 months
3) persons who are over 30 years, covered by § 2, no. 1 and 2, which are at particular risk of becoming long-term unemployed and pre-employment have at least 6 months of total unemployment respectively received cash benefits or start or participated in the offer after Chapter 12 for a continuous period of at least 6 months
4) persons who are over 30 years, covered by § 2, no. 3, and pre-employment have received cash or start assistance or involved in the offer after Chapter 12 for a continuous period of at least 6 months || | 5) persons who are covered by § 2, no. 2 and 3, and by agreement with the negotiation organizations have been told to pay and working conditions, including due to the lack of linguistic and any professional skills, and
6) persons covered by § 2, no. 4-6 and 8
PCS. 3. The Minister for Employment may lay down rules on the conditions for subsidizing the costs of training including that which may specify the conditions for subsidies for employment with private employers.
Grants for expenses for aids
§ 100. In order to promote that person to obtain or maintain ordinary employment or employment under the Act on senior job or that people can self-employment, grants may be awarded to aids in the form of tools and less of workplace.
PCS. 2. It is a condition for subsidies that
1) the contribution is essential for employment or employment in own business or
2) implement or office work compensates for the person any limitation for work.
PCS. 3. The provisions of § 76 paragraph. 2, point 2., And § 77 paragraph. 4 shall apply mutatis mutandis.
PCS. 4. The Minister for Employment may lay down rules on reimbursement for expenses for aids.
Grants for expenses for introduction by hiring
§ 101. (Repealed)
Upgrading skills at dismissal
§ 102. Mass redundancies, the state can offer job search courses for up to 2 weeks employed during the notice period. The job center may also subsidize the cost of training including continuing training of employees during the notice period for up to 8 weeks.
PCS. 2. Mass redundancies mean at least 50 percent. of employees at a workplace with at least 100 employees.
PCS. 3. Employment Minister may, however, based on an application from the regional employment, see. Chapter 6 of the Law on Responsibility and Management of the Active Employment, derogate from the provision in paragraph. 2 of at least 50 percent. or at least 100 employees when the possibility of obtaining other employment in the local market is limited and in the case of dismissals not insignificant.
§ 103. Grants to the cost of upgrading is subject

1) to the case of upgrading in areas where there is or is likely shortage of labor, or
2) the existence of a written statement from an employer that the dismissed appointed without a wage subsidy for upskilling.
PCS. 2. The Minister for Employment may lay down rules on the conditions for subsidizing the costs of upgrading by dismissal.
Section VIII
Other provisions
Chapter 19
Notifications, etc.
§ 104. The job center to give the unemployment fund the necessary information for the unemployment fund administration of the Act on Unemployment Insurance of persons covered by § 2, no. 1
PCS. 2. The Minister for Employment shall lay down rules on the job center notifications to the unemployment fund under subsection. 1, including the extent of the information and the way in time and form of submission of the information.
§ 105. The job center shall inform the unemployment fund if the contents of a prepared job plan for a person who is covered by § 2, no. 1
§ 105 a. (Repealed)
§ 106. Unemployment Insurance Fund to give the job center the necessary information on its members to use for the job center administration of the provisions of this Act. Minister for Employment may lay down more detailed rules, including the extent of the information and the way in time and form of submission of the information.
§ 107. (Repealed)
§ 108. The Minister of Employment may, after consultation with the Minister of Education set regulations on educational institutions obliged to notify and supply information to the state, the municipality and the unemployment fund for persons involved in the offer of counseling and skills upgrading for Chapter 10.
Chapter 20
Provision of benefits, reimbursement, regulatory, accounting, compensation etc.
§ 109. Unemployment Insurance Fund shall decide on and pay the travel expenses for Chapter 15 to persons who are covered by § 2, no. 1
PCS. 2. The municipality must contribute to the financing of government spending on travel expenses under this Act § 82, see. § 79 paragraph. 1 of the Act on unemployment insurance, etc. The rules of § 82a paragraph. 2, 5 and 6 of the Act on Unemployment Insurance Act shall apply mutatis mutandis.
PCS. 3. The municipality's contribution under subsection. 2 is 50 per cent. State expenditure.
§ 110. Subsection. 1. The wage subsidy in hiring for Chapter 12 shall be reduced by the amount that the employer is paid as reimbursement by the State as a result of the employer continues to pay salaries.
PCS. 2. The Minister for Employment shall lay down rules on calculation and payment, including reimbursement, as well as administration, accounting, auditing, supervision, etc. for grants and benefits under Chapters 12, 14 and 18 and may decide that the management and payment to the municipalities can be transferred to a other public authority.
§ 111. The Minister of Employment may lay down rules for repayment of benefits under this Act paid on the wrong basis.
§ 112. (Repealed)
§ 113. The Minister for Employment shall lay down rules on the municipality to pay compensation in a person's injury during participation in the offer after Chapter 10 and 11, including that of the person's injury during participation in the offer after Chapter 10 is a condition for compensation that the damage is not covered by other insurance. Compensation paid under the Act on Protection against the Consequences of Industrial Injuries.
PCS. 2. The Minister for Employment may lay down rules that the municipality pay damages for the injury which a person causes the participation in the offer after Chapter 10 and 11.
Chapter 21
(Repealed)
§ 114. (Repealed)
§ 115. (Repealed)
Chapter 22
attempts
§ 116. The Minister for Employment may authorize the implementation of test and development activities derogating from the provisions of this Act, except for the required rates for services for individuals and businesses. Minister of Employment announces license.
Chapter 23
State reimbursement to municipalities
§ 117. The municipality holds final cost of guidance, case management and individual contact program, the preparation of job plans and the administration in general, etc., see. However, § 117a. The municipality also organizes the final cost of compensation according to § 50 a, special activities for § 7 and to medical documents.

§ 117 a. The municipality fees paid to another actor who, after § 4 b attends to the activities, including the in § 117, first paragraph., Mentioned tasks for persons covered by § 2, Nos. 1-4 6-8 and 10, refundable with 50 per cent. Covering remuneration expenses under §§ 117 b-124 justifies higher refund, the cost reimbursed by those provisions.
PCS. 2. Expenditure under subsection. 1, point 1., Included in the allowance according to § 117 b paragraph. 1, for persons covered by § 2, no. 1, and within the amount available in accordance with § 118 paragraph. 1, for persons covered by § 2, no. 2-4, 6-8 and 10. Covering remuneration to another actor expenses that may be reimbursed out of an allowance according to §§ 117 b-124, the cost reimbursed by those provisions.
§ 117 b. The state refunds within a disposable 50 per cent. of a municipality operating expenses of the offer after Chapter 10 to persons who are covered by § 2, no. 1. The same applies to the costs of training materials according to §§ 76 and 77 as well as expenses according to §§ 81a and 99. The disposable estimated at 18,200 kr. per. year (2009 level) per. person in the audience, including persons involved in the offer after Chapter 12, calculated as the number of full-time equivalents during the year. When calculating the target relative to the allowance for the third section. included but not persons who have signed training agreements or student contracts with companies, regions or municipalities that receive wage subsidies according to § 68 paragraph. 2.
PCS. 2. The state reimburses 50 per cent. of a municipality's expenses for aids under §§ 76 and 77 apart from the costs of training materials for persons who are covered by § 2, no. 1. The government also refunds 50 per cent. of a municipality's costs for mentors under §§ 78-81 to persons covered by § 2, no. 1
PCS. 3. The state reimburses 75 per cent. of the municipality's spending on wage subsidies under Part 12 for persons covered by § 2, no. 1, see. However, § 122 b.
§ 118. The state refunds within a disposable 50 per cent. of a municipality operating expenses of the offer after Chapter 10 to persons who are covered by § 2, no. 2, 3 and 10. The same applies to expenses according to §§ 76, 77, 81a, 83 and 99. The disposable calculated at 19 118 kr. per. year (2007 level) times the number of people covered by § 2, no. 2-4, including persons involved in the offer after Chapter 12, calculated as the number of full-time equivalents during the year.
PCS. 2. The state reimburses 50 per cent. of the municipality's costs for mentors under §§ 78-81 to persons covered by § 2, no. 2, 3 and 10. '
PCS. 3. The state reimburses 65 per cent. of the municipality's spending on wage subsidies for Chapter 12 to persons who are covered by § 2, no. 2, 3 and 10.
PCS. 4. The state refunds municipal expenditure on employment supplement in accordance with § 45 paragraph. 3, with the same reimbursement rate, which the municipality is eligible for the cost of cash benefits and start, see. § 100 of the Act on active social policy.
§ 119. The state refunds within the disposable mentioned in § 118, paragraph. 1, 50 per cent. of a municipality's operating expenses, including tuition, after Chapter 10 to persons who are covered by § 2, no. 4.
PCS. 2. The state reimburses 50 per cent. of a municipality operating expenses of the offer after Chapter 10 to persons who are covered by § 2, no. 5
PCS. 3. The state reimburses 50 per cent. of a municipality expenditure by chapter 14 and §§ 82 and 99 to persons who are covered by § 2, no. 4 and 5.
PCS. 4. The state reimburses 65 per cent. of a municipality's spending on wage subsidies for Chapter 12 to persons who are covered by § 2, no. 4 and 5.
§ 120. The state reimburses 50 per cent. of a municipality's spending on wage subsidies for Chapter 12 to persons who are covered by § 2, no. 6. The same applies to expenditure by chapter 14 and § 99.
§ 121. The state reimburses 65 per cent. of a municipality's costs
1) grants to flex jobs according to § 71 and
2) grants for the self-employed according to § 75
PCS. 2. The state reimburses 50 per cent. of a municipality's expenses according to §§ 73 b and 74
PCS. 3. The state reimburses 50 per cent. of a municipality operating expenses of the offer after Chapter 10 as well as expenses in accordance with § 82 of the individuals covered by § 2, no. 7, and receiving unemployment allowance or special benefit under §§ 74 and 74 of the Act on active social policy.

PCS. 4. The municipality has no right to government reimbursement in a specific case for spending on subsidies for flex-see. Paragraph. 1 if the municipality has not provided the basis for the decision on flex-see. § 70 a, or for the review of whether the conditions for flex jobs are still satisfied. § 74 c of the Act on active social policy. The right to government reimbursement lapse for a period of 36 months. The period is calculated from the time of referral or review is made or should be made. When calculating the period of 36 months, periods in which the refund lapsed under §§ 100, 104 and 104 of the Act on active social policy.
§ 122. The state reimburses 75 per cent. of a municipality's spending on wage subsidies for Chapter 12 to persons who are covered by § 2, no. 8, if the person is a member of an unemployment fund. For other people the state will refund 65 per cent. For expenditure under Chapter 14 and § 99 refundable 50 per cent. of a municipality's expenses.
§ 122 a. The state refunds within the disposable mentioned in § 117 b paragraph. 1, for persons covered by § 2, no. 1, and within the available funds mentioned in § 118, paragraph. 1, for other people, 50 per cent. of the municipality's expenses in accordance with § 8 to jobseeker who changes his residence in connection with the acquisition of work.
§ 122 b. The state reimburses 100 per cent. of the municipality's spending on wage subsidies to companies, regions and municipalities included training agreements or student contracts with individuals who are at least 25 years following the rules set by the Minister for Employment, see. § 68 paragraph. 2.
§ 122 c. The state reimburses 100 per cent. of the municipality's costs for job rotation benefit under § 98 a paragraph. 3.
§ 122 d. The state reimburses 100 per cent. of the municipality's costs for 6-week self-elected training, tuition and room and board, see. Chapter 8 of this Act.
§ 123. The state reimburses 50 per cent. of a municipality's expenses in accordance with § 100.
§ 124. The State pays a municipality expenditure by paragraph. 2 to foreigners who have been granted residence permits, see. Paragraph. 3 if
1) the person within 12 months after the date of the permit because of a significant and permanent disabilities placed in residential care, but only until the question for a continuous period of 2 years has done itself, or
2) authorization is granted to a minor asylum seeker, but only until the beneficiary turns 18 years of age or the child's parents obtain legal residence in the country.
PCS. 2. Expenditure under subsection. 1 includes
1) costs of wage subsidies under Chapter 12 to persons who are covered by § 2, no. 2-4, 6 and 7
2) expenditure by chapter 14 for persons covered by § 2, no. 4 and 6
3) expenses in accordance with § 74 of the individuals covered by § 2, no. 7, and
4) expenses according to § 45 paragraph. 3, to persons covered by § 2, no. 2 and 3.
PCS. 3. Paragraph. 1 includes foreigners who have been granted residence permit after
1) Aliens Act §§ 7 and 8
2) permit under § 9b
3) Aliens Act § 9 paragraph. 1 pt. 1 or 2, as a result of affiliation with a permanently resident in Denmark person when that person have been granted residence permit after one of the provisions mentioned in no. 1 and 2, or when the connection can be traced back to a such a person
4) Aliens Act § 9c. 1, when the permit is granted to persons over 18 years, whose father or mother has been granted a residence by one of the provisions mentioned in no. 1
5) of the Aliens Act § 9c. 1, when the permit is issued to the spouse or child of a person with a residence permit as mentioned in no. 2
6) Aliens Act § 9c. 1 and 2, when the permit is granted an alien seeking asylum,
7) Aliens Act § 9c. 1, when the authorization was granted as a result of affiliation to a minor alien seeking asylum who have received residence permit under § 7 or § 9c. 1, or
8) Aliens Act § 9 e.
§ 125. The State shall reimburse in advance of a municipality refundable expenses incurred under this Act.
§ 126. Stay municipality has access to reimbursement from a former municipality of residence in accordance with § 9 c of the Act on Legal Protection and Administration in Social Matters.
Control
§ 127. Once a year, on January 1 adjusted by the rate adjustment percentage under the Act on Rate Adjustment Percentage
1) employment supplement in accordance with § 45
2) wage according to § 63
3) the amount according to § 71 paragraph. 3 and § 75 paragraph. 2
4) job rotation benefit under § 98a and
5) the allowance in accordance with § 117 b and § 118th

PCS. 2. The maximum hourly rate according to § 55 paragraph. 2, adjusted percentage in line with the average adjustment of public pay scales.
PCS. 3. The wage subsidy per. hour after § 67 c and § 67 f to be calculated on the basis of the annual regulated maximum unemployment benefit, see. Act on Unemployment Insurance
Title IX
Complaints, entry into force etc.
Chapter 24
Appeals
Complaints about the job center decisions
§ 128. job center under this Act may be brought before the Employment Appeals Tribunal, see. Chapter 8 of the Law on Responsibility and Management of the Active Employment. The complaint under the rules of Chapter 10 of the Law on Legal Protection and Administration in the social field.
PCS. 2. Appeals under paragraph. 1 can be brought before the Employment Appeals Tribunal of the affected by the decision. Appeals against decisions in matters of competition according to § 33 paragraph. 1 and §§ 49 and 65 can be brought before the Employment Appeals Tribunal of others who have a substantial interest in the decision.
PCS. 3. By complain about the job center's decisions under Chapter 9-12 relating to persons covered by § 2, no. 1, the Employment Appeals Tribunal decision in the case within 4 weeks after receipt of the complaint in the Employment Appeals Tribunal when the job center's ruling in | || 1) the person's wishes and requirements, and labor market needs, or
2) the employment effort for the person to be handled by another actor.
PCS. 4. When processing a complaint against a municipality's decision on the payment of compensation under § 83 may Employment Appeals Tribunal alone to decide whether the decision is in accordance with the guidelines which the municipality has set.
§ 129. (Repealed)
§ 130. (Repealed)
Complaints about the employer's calculations subsidized employment
§ 131. Complaints about a public employer's calculations of working time, see. § 55, stk. 5, for persons covered by § 2, no. 1-3, may within 4 weeks appealed to the job center.
Complaints about unemployment fund decisions
§ 132. Unemployment Box decisions on self-elected training in accordance with Chapter 8 a and on traveling allowance in accordance with Chapter 15 may, within four weeks after the decision is announced, be brought before the Labour Directorate of the affected by the decision. §§ 98 and 99 of the Act on Unemployment Insurance Act shall apply mutatis mutandis.
Chapter 25
Commencement and transitional provisions
§ 133. The Act comes into force on 1 July 2003 referred to. However paragraph. 2-6.
PCS. 2. The Minister for Employment shall determine the date of entry into force of Chapter 11, as regards job training with private employers.
PCS. 3. Employment Minister shall determine the date of entry into force of § 51 paragraph. 2, as regards subsidized employment of persons between 25 and 30 years. Until then it is a condition of employment with a wage subsidy of people between 25 and 30 years with private employers, the person is deemed to be at particular risk of long-term unemployed or have been unemployed for a total of more than 12 months respectively received cash benefits or start in a coherent period of more than 12 months.
PCS. 4. Employment Minister shall determine the date of entry into force of §§ 99 and 100 on subsidies for upgrading respectively to aids in the recruitment of persons without wage.
PCS. 5. Act on active labor market policy, see. Legislative Decree no. 207 of 17 March 2003, is repealed.
§ 134. Available as has been promised or has commenced an offer under the Act on an active labor market policy before 1 July 2003 may begin or complete this by the previous rules.
PCS. 2. Employees who, before September 1, 2003 receive or have received pledges of support for provisions pursuant to § 20 paragraph. 4 of the Act on an active labor market policy, can receive aid under the current rules.
PCS. 3. The calculation of total unemployment in accordance with § 4, paragraph. 1, included availability prior to the commencement of the Act, see. However paragraph. 8.
PCS. 4. The calculation of a continuous period with cash benefits or start after § 4, paragraph. 2, any periods prior to the commencement of the Act.
PCS. 5. The calculation of the period of 3 months with public benefit and participation in the offer according to § 21 included periods prior to the commencement of the Act, see. However paragraph. 7th

PCS. 6. The calculation of the periods of public benefit according to § 89 paragraph. 5, included periods prior to the commencement of the Act.
PCS. 7. For individuals who have approached the municipality for help before July 1, 2003, the individual contact programs be established by 31 December 2003.
PCS. 8. The Minister for Employment shall lay down rules on the progressive implementation of the right and obligation to offer according to § 85 paragraph. 3 and § 86 of the individuals who by Act comes into force placed in the benefit period,. § 55 of the Act on Unemployment Insurance
§ 135. The Act does not apply to the Faroe Islands and Greenland.



Act no. 423 of 9 June 2004, which amends §§ 23, 36, 82, 110 and 119 (supervision of municipal availability assessments, supervision of municipal visitation, aktiveringsfri period, reduction of travel expenses, reimbursement, etc.), contains the following commencement provisions:

§ 5
PCS. 1. This Act comes into force on 1 July 2004, see. However paragraph. 2 and 3.
PCS. 2. § 1, no. 16, with effect from 1 July 2003.
PCS. 3. § 3, no. 5-7, and § 4, no. 6 and 7, with effect from 1 January 2004.



Act no. 424 of 9 June 2004, which amends § 133 (extension of opportunity for one-year offer of counseling and skills upgrading in the first period of unemployment), contains the following provision:

§ 2
This Act shall come into force on 1 July 2004.



Act no. 1369 of 20 December 2004, which amends §§ 2 and 117 and inserts § 50 a (job training for particularly vulnerable young people under 18 years), contains the following provisions:

§ 2
PCS. 1. This Act shall enter into force on 1 January 2005.
PCS. 2. Young people who by the Act shall have received an offer under the rules by decree provided for the trial scheme on job offers for young people in Copenhagen Municipality, continues to offer under these rules.



Act no. 1418 of 22 December 2004, which amends § 133 (extension of opportunity for one-year offer of counseling and skills upgrading in the first period of unemployment), contains the following provision:

§ 2
This Act shall come into force on 1 January 2005.



Act no. 304 of 2 May 2005, which inserts § 21a (combat abuse of social benefits, etc., expansion of powers of control, the introduction of sanctions, more rapid employment etc.), contains the following provision:

§ 7
PCS. 1. This Act shall enter into force on 9 May 2005.
PCS. 2. Repeat effect under §§ 2 and 6 occurs only where also the first breach of the disclosure is for the Act.



Act no. 398 of 1 June 2005, which amends § 133 (extension of opportunity for one-year offer of counseling and skills upgrading in the first period of unemployment), contains the following provision:

§ 2
This Act shall come into force on 1 July 2005.



Act no. 523 of 24 June 2005 (Consistency corrections as a result of local government reform) 9) contains the following commencement and transitional provisions:

§ 23
PCS. 1. This Act shall enter into force on 1 January 2007.
PCS. 2. The municipalities in each of the regions, established January 1, 2007, shall, before 1 May 2006 seek to reach agreement on housing location in each region in 2007 the number of refugees set in rural figure for 2007, see. integration Act § 6. the integration § 7, paragraph. 3 and pursuant to the Integration Act § 9 fixed standards of the Danish Immigration fixing county quotas shall apply mutatis mutandis, if the Immigration Service does not receive notice of the conclusion of an agreement on regional quotas before 1 May 2006.
PCS. 3. The municipal councils within a region must before September 10, 2006 try to agree in which municipalities the number of refugees who have made or imposed in the region quotas, see. Paragraph. 2, the housing placed in 2007. The integration Act § 8 ​​paragraph. 3 and pursuant to the Integration Act § 9 established rules on the Immigration Service's determination of municipal quotas shall apply mutatis mutandis, if the Immigration Service does not receive notice of the conclusion of an agreement on municipal quotas before 10 September 2006.
PCS. 4. The tasks entrusted to the local government associations, see. Integration Act § 7, carried out by representatives of the municipalities in each county, the municipality associations were killed.

PCS. 5. Complaints about decisions in accordance with § 128 and § 131 of Act no. 419 of 10 June 2003 on active employment, as amended, § 98 paragraph. 1 of the Act on Active Social Policy, as worded by § 4, no. 11, § 32 of the Act on sickness or childbirth, § 17 of the Act on partial pension, chapter 3 and §§ 43a and 44 of the Act on social pension, §§ 13-15, 21, 24 and 44 and § 54 paragraph. 3 and 4 of the Act on the highest, middle, high plain and ordinary disability pension, etc., decisions under § 53 paragraph. 2 of the Act on integration of foreigners in Denmark, with the exception of the decisions referred to in § 53 paragraph. 2, Point 3., As amended by this Act § 12, no. 22, and decisions under § 19 paragraph. 2 of the Act on child-rearing, there is definitely no later than 31 December 2006 dealt with the employment appeals.
PCS. 6. Arbejdsmarkedsstyrelsen decide appeals against decisions by § 129 of the Act on Active Employment and Labour Market Appeal Board decision in appeals of decisions under the Act on compensation for disabled employees etc. received in the Labour Market Board and the Labour Market Appeal Board by 31 . December 2006.



Act no. 1386 of 21 December 2005 (Extension of the possibility of one-year offer of counseling and skills upgrading in the first period of unemployment) 10) contains the following provision:

§ 2
This Act shall come into force on 1 January 2006.



Act no. 239 of 27 March 2006 (Duty of young people under 25 to get an education, supplementing the integration of foreigners contracts, offers for assistance claimants who have not been activated in the past year, repeated activation, and in particular integration efforts, loss of cash benefits to homemaker spouse and elimination of spouse allowance increased health follow-up to assistance claimants and changing reimbursement rules for social assistance, etc.) 11) contains the following provisions:

§ 3
PCS. 1. This Act shall enter into force on 1 April 2006.
PCS. 2. § 1, no. 4, shall enter into force on 1 July 2008.
PCS. 3. § 1, no. 6 and 7, and § 2, no. 19 and 21, shall enter into force on 1 July 2006.
PCS. 4. § 2 nr.1-4, 12-15 and 20 shall not apply if the person is sick to the municipality within the Act.
PCS. 5. Notwithstanding the provisions of the Act on an Active Social § 13 paragraph. 8, no. 2, as worded by § 2, no. 7, is considered a spouse in the period from 1 April 2006 to 31 March 2007 for use of its work options as directed, even if he has not shown that he or she had 300 hours of ordinary and unsubsidised work within the last 24 calendar months.
PCS. 6. Notwithstanding the Act on Active Social § 13 paragraph. 8, no. 2, as worded by § 2, no. 7, is considered a spouse in the period from 1 April 2007 to 31 March 2008 in order to exploit its work opportunities for the provision if he can show that he or she had 150 hours of ordinary and unsubsidised work within the last 12 calendar months.
PCS. 7. A married couple, which at the entry into force is intended aid under the previous rule of the Law on Active Social § 26 paragraph. 5, retain the right to an allowance of 2,542 kr. Forward to the time when the homeworker again utilize its work options, see. Act § 13 paragraph. 12, as amended in § 2, no. 7, however far 31 March 2008.



Act no. 564 of 9 June 2006 (Reorganisation of the financing of expenditure on education in rehabilitation, support to people undergoing rehabilitation to cover special expenses, grants for aids for independent, simplification of wage rates, etc.) 12) contains the following provisions: | ||
§ 3
PCS. 1. This Act shall enter into force on 1 January 2007 but not in this Act § 1, no. 1-8 and 12, into force on 1 July 2006.
PCS. 2. § 1 pt. 7 and 8, with effect from 1 July 2003.



Act no. 565 of 9 June 2006 (Change of subsidized employment scheme, visitation, follow up, subsidies, flex allowance) 13) contains the following commencement and transitional provisions:

§ 7
PCS. 1. This Act shall enter into force on 1 July 2006.
PCS. 2. § 1, no. 1, § 70 a paragraph. 2, as amended by this Act § 1, no. 2, § 73 c, as worded by § 1, no. 5, and § 1, no. 9-11 and 13 and § 3, § 5 and § 6, no. 1, however, shall enter into force on 1 January 2007.
§ 8

PCS. 1. For persons in flex jobs or receive reimbursement for self-employment June 30, 2006, makes the provisions of § 71 paragraph. 3, the third section. Of the Act on active employment as worded by § 1, no. 3, and in § 75 paragraph. 2, Point 3. Of the Act on active employment as worded by § 1, no. 8, takes effect only when the person after having been vacant begin a new flexible working arrangements. The same applies to persons by 30 June 2006, entered into an agreement to initiate such a job by the Act.
PCS. 2. Persons referred to flex jobs before 1 July 2006 are not covered by the provision in § 1, no. 4.
PCS. 3. Persons referred to flex jobs before 1 July 2006 and receive unemployment allowance will be covered by the provision in § 73 of the Act on active employment as worded by § 1, no. 5, when they have been reviewed see. paragraph. 6. Individuals who receive special benefit is covered by the provision, when there's a follow-up in accordance with § 10 paragraph. 3 of the Act on active social policy. The individual conversation in accordance with § 73 of the Act on active employment as worded by § 1, no. 5, the first time held no later than 3 months after the re-evaluation or follow-up.
PCS. 4. The provision of § 73 b of the Act on active employment as worded by § 1, no. 5, also apply to persons referred to flex jobs before 1 July 2006. The combined availability of 12 months is calculated for these persons from 1 July 2006.
PCS. 5. Persons referred to flex jobs before 1 January 2007 and receive unemployment allowance will be covered by the provision in § 73 c of the Act on active employment as worded by § 1, no. 5, when after 30. June 2006 have been reviewed in accordance. paragraphs. 6. Persons receiving cash benefits, start help or special benefit is covered by the provision, when after 30 June 2006 of follow-up under the Act on Active Social Policy. Reference to another actor can be made until 1 July 2007.
PCS. 6. Persons receiving unemployment allowance June 30, 2006, are to § 74 c paragraph. 1 of the Act on active social policy as worded by § 2, no. 7, reassessed after 18 months within 24 months. The review must have taken place before 30 June 2007. After the reassessed after 12 months of unemployment within 18 months in accordance. § 74 c paragraph. 1 of the Act on active social policy as worded by § 2, no. 7
PCS. 7. Only periods of unemployment assistance, social assistance, starting aid or special benefit after 30 June 2006 are included in determining the 18-month period within 24 months provided. § 100, paragraph. 1 and § 104. 1 and 2 of the Law on Active Social Policy, as amended in § 2, no. 9, 10 and 11.
§ 9
PCS. 1. The revision approved by the regulator, see. Local Government Act, must from this Act to 2010 each year for the annual report on the audit of the municipality's accounting of benefits and subsidies, cf. Order on government reimbursement and grants, as well as financial reporting and auditing at the Ministry of Social Affairs, Ministry of Employment, Ministry of Refugee, Immigration and Integration and the Ministry of Family and Consumer resort areas through half of the municipality's cases on referral to flexible jobs that are decided after the commencement of this Act, see. § 70 Act on active employment. The review examines while half of the municipality cases of reassessment made or should be made by this Act in accordance with § 74 c paragraph. 1 of the Act on active social policy as worded by § 2, no. 7
PCS. 2. The review shall in the report account for entitlement to reimbursement of the increased cases referred to. § 121 paragraph. 4-6 of the Act on Active Employment and § 104 of the Act on Active Social Policy as amended or worded in § 1, no. 14, § 2, no. 12. If the audit found that in more than 20 per cent. of the reviewed cases are not entitled to reimbursement, through audit all municipal matters in the area of ​​the municipality's expense. The rules of the paragraph. 1 mentioned Executive Order shall apply to the auditing process and the instruction and correction of government reimbursement.
§ 10
PCS. 1. Cases of flex allowance, which is not settled by the Labour Directorate before 1 January 2007 shall be transferred for further treatment in municipalities.

PCS. 2. Complaints Directorate of Labour decisions brought before the Appeals Board are transferred to the employment appeals for further treatment if Appeals Board has not decided before 1 January 2007.



Law no. 1540 of 20 December 2006 (Raising the early retirement age, more flexible early retirement scheme, cooling system, enhanced job opportunities for people over 55, etc.) 14) contains the following provisions:

§ 5
PCS. 1. This Act shall enter into force on 1 January 2007 set. However paragraph. 2-5 and § 6
PCS. 2. § 1 pt. 23 and 24, shall enter into force on 1 July 2007.
PCS. 3. § 1, no. 8, and § 2, no. 1 and 3 and § 3 shall enter into force on 1 January 2008.
PCS. 4. § 74 paragraph. 2-4 and § 74 ki Act Unemployment Insurance Act as amended by this Act § 1, no. 15, and this Act § 1, no. 33, comes into force on 1 July 2009.
PCS. 5. The date of entry into force of § 86 paragraph. 3, 4th paragraph., As amended by this Act § 1, no. 29, fixed by the Minister for Employment.
§ 6
PCS. 1. A member shall retain the right to unemployment benefits according to § 55 paragraph. 1 of the Act on Unemployment Insurance Act as amended by this Act § 1, no. 9 until the age of 60, if that
1) is full 54 years before 1 January 2007
2) at the end of the period according to § 55 paragraph. 1, aged 55 and
3) by continuing membership and payment of retirement contributions to meet the seniority requirement for early retirement at the age of 60.
PCS. 2. § 74 a paragraph. 9 of the Act on Unemployment Insurance Act as amended by this Act § 1, no. 15 shall apply in relation to members who receive unemployment benefits under subsection. 1, and compared to the 60-year-old, whose unemployment benefits have ceased because of rules on the shorter benefit period of 60 years after the applicable law § 55 paragraph. 3, which because of illness across 60 anniversary yet released for early retirement.
PCS. 3. § 74 b of the Danish Unemployment Insurance Act as amended by this Act § 1, no. 15 shall not apply in relation to members who qualify for an early retirement certificate before its adoption.
PCS. 4. Cases for permission to operate an independent business as a sideline within 400 hours. years after § 74 g paragraph. 1 of the Act on Unemployment Insurance Act as amended by this Act § 1, no. 15, where there is no decision of the Labour Directorate before the Act comes into force, sent to the unemployment fund for decision.
PCS. 5. Have someone who was born after December 31, 1946 and before 1 January 1949 under the current regulation in § 91 paragraph. 2 of the Act on active employment before 1 January 2007 by the employment services receive notification that the person is not required to offer, this announcement effect until the person can retire early at the age of 60.
§ 7
PCS. 1. §§ 67 a-67 c of the Act on active employment as worded by § 2, no. 1, and integration with § 24 b as amended by this Act § 3, no. 1, repealed on 1 January 2013.
PCS. 2. Contracts of employment with a wage subsidy under §§ 67 a and 67 c as worded by § 2, no. 1, and contracts for subsidized employment for integration with § 24 b as amended by this Act § 3, no. 1, concluded by 31 december 2012 and where the employment commenced before 31 december 2012 are valid until the agreed wage subsidy period expires.



Act no. 1543 of 20 December 2006 on seniorjob15) contains the following provisions:

§ 17. This Act shall come into force on 1 January 2008.



Act no. 1545 of 20 December 2006 (Changing the rules to extend the sickness benefit period, sickness benefits for partial sick leave, extension of the employer period and consequential amendments) 16) contains the following provisions:

§ 17
PCS. 1. This Act shall enter into force on 1 January 2007 set. However paragraph. 2-4.
PCS. 2. § 1, no. 1 and 3, shall enter into force on 2 April 2007 and applies to the illness where the first day of absence is 2 April 2007 or later.
PCS. 3. § 1, no. 4, shall enter into force on 2 April 2007 and applies to people receiving sickness benefits 2 April 2007 or later.
PCS. 4. § 1, no. 6 shall enter into force on 2 April 2007 and applies to people receiving sickness benefits 2 April 2007 or later.




Act no. 1546 of 20 December 2006 (Subsidies for certain rehabilitees student and recei- ve apprentice wages) 17) contains the following provision:

§ 2
This Act shall come into force on 1 January 2007.



Act no. 89 of 30 January 2007 (introduction of self-service model, new and simplified design of the maintenance requirement in family reunification cases and reform of the study area) 18) contains the following provisions:

§ 5
PCS. 1. This Act comes into force on 1 February 2007, see. However paragraph. 2-6.
PCS. 2-6. (Omitted)



Act no. 176 of 27 February 2007 (Welfare Reform - enhancing efforts to reduce unemployment, etc.) 19) contains the following commencement and transitional provisions:

§ 8
PCS. 1. This Act comes into force on 1 March 2007, see. However paragraph. 2-7.
PCS. 2. § 1, no. 26, 32, 38-41 and 43, § 3, no. 10 and 11, and § 38 c of the Act on active social policy as worded by § 4, no. 11, comes into force on 1 June 2007.
PCS. 3. § 1, no. 20, 23, 24, 33, 34 and 44, § 5, no. 9, § 6 and § 7 shall enter into force on 1 August 2007.
PCS. 4. § 1, no. 10 and 36, § 3, no. 3, § 4, no. 1, § 38 e of the Danish active social policy as worded by § 4, no. 11, § 5, no. 6 and § 30 a paragraph. 2 and 3, in the Integration Act as worded by § 5, no. 11, comes into force on 1 October 2007.
PCS. 5. § 4 b and § 4 c, paragraph. 1 and 2 of the Act on active employment as worded by § 1, no. 7, § 1, no. 21, 22, 27, 31, 37, 42 and 49, § 2, no. 1, § 3 , no. 1, 2 and 14, § 38d paragraph. 7 of the Act on active social policy as worded by § 4, no. 11, § 4, no. 17, and § 5, paragraph. 3, in the Integration Act as worded by § 5, no. 1 and § 51 c paragraph. 1, in the Integration Act as worded by § 5, no. 12, comes into force on 1 January 2008.
PCS. 6. § 1, n. 45 and 46 shall enter into force on 1 July 2008.
PCS. 7. § 118 paragraph. 3 of the Act on active employment as worded by § 1, no. 50, with effect from 1 January 2007.
§ 9
PCS. 1. § 34 of the Act on Active Employment as amended in § 1, no. 23 shall not apply to persons on 31 July 2007, an aggregate unemployment rate at 9 months or more. § 35 of the Act on Active Employment as amended in § 1, no. 23 shall not apply to persons on 31 July 2007, a continuous period of 9 months of cash benefits or start from the first request for help to the municipality . § 36 of the Act on Active Employment as amended in § 1, no. 24 shall not apply to persons covered by the 1st and 2nd clauses. For persons covered by the 1st-3rd section. considers the current rules apply.
PCS. 2. Contracts of employment with a wage subsidy under §§ 67 d and 67 fi Act on active employment as worded by § 1, no. 28, signed by 28 February 2010 and where the employment commences no later than 28. February 2010 are valid until the agreed wage subsidy period expires.
PCS. 3. §§ 87 and 89 of the Act on Active Employment as amended in § 1 pt. 33 and 34 shall not apply to persons on 31 July 2007, an aggregate unemployment rate at 9 months or more. § 95 of the Act on active employment as worded by § 1, no. 44 shall not apply to persons on 31 July 2007, a continuous period of 9 months of cash benefits or start from the first request for help to the municipality . For persons covered by the 1st and 2nd section. considers the current rules apply.
PCS. 4. § 90 of the Act on active employment as worded by § 1, no. 36, does not apply to persons who September 30, 2007 has a total availability of 30 months or more. For persons covered by the first section. considers the current rules apply.
PCS. 5. § 85 of the Act on active employment as worded by § 1, no. 32, does not apply to persons who on 31 May 2007 have a combined unemployment rate of 6 months or more. § 91 b of the Act on active employment as worded by § 1, no. 38 shall not apply to persons on 31 May 2007, a continuous period of 5 weeks with cash benefits or start from the first request for help to the municipality . For persons covered by the 1st and 2nd section. considers the current rules apply.

PCS. 6. § 63 of the Act on Unemployment Insurance Act as amended by this Act § 3, no. 12, take effect for absences from interviews held with the state of the job center or unemployment insurance funds by the Act. § 63a shall not become effective for absence from interviews held by other actors after 1 January 2008.
PCS. 7. A quarantine for self-inflicted unemployment imposed by the existing rules in § 63 paragraph. 4, first paragraph. Of the Act on Unemployment Insurance Act before this Act is not relevant for a penalty imposed by § 63a paragraph. 3, see. Paragraph. 2, as amended by this Act § 3, no. 12
PCS. 8. § 6, no. 1, applies to applications for SVU received August 1, 2007 or later.
PCS. 9. § 7, no. 1, applies to applications for reimbursement of participation in vocational adult education and training for courses starting August 1, 2007 or later.



Act no. 523 of 6 June 2007 (Changes due to a new law on limitation of claims, waiver of Goods Act complaint deadlines for certain purchases, etc.) 20) contains the following provision:

§ 47
This Act shall come into force on 1 January 2008.



Act no. 1587 of 20 December 2006 (Changes due to gradual increase in the pension reforms, etc.) 21) contains the following commencement and transitional provisions:

PCS. 1. This Act comes into force on 1 July 2009, see. However paragraph. 2-7.
PCS. 2. (Omitted)



Act no. 1396 of 27 December 2008 (wage subsidies to private employers) 22) contains the following provision:

§ 2
This Act shall enter into force on 31 December 2008.



Act no. 478 of 12 June 2009 (Collection of effort and funding responsibility for insured unemployed right to self-selected training under the Ministry of Employment) 23) contains the following commencement and transitional provisions:

§ 8
PCS. 1. This Act shall enter into force on 1 August 2009.
PCS. 2. Available with the right to 6 week self-elected training before its adoption has started an education program with subsidies for participation in vocational adult education and training or with the state's adult support, can complete the training with compensation or support under the previous rules.
PCS. 3. Available with the right to 6 week self-elected training before its adoption has submitted an application for the state's adult education funding referred. Order no. 643 of 15 June 2007 on the state's adult support § 19 paragraph. 2, last paragraph., To a SVU administrator, can participate in the selected training in adult education aid under the previous rules.
PCS. 4. When determining whether a person has exercised his right to 6 week self-elected training according to § 26 of the Act on active employment as worded by § 1, no. 3, included periods when the applicant has participated in self-elected training for vacant after the previous rules.



Act no. 479 of 12 June 2009 (Debureaucratization of the rules governing young people, sanction rules for assistance claimants and targeting of activation measures, etc.) 24) contains the following commencement and transitional provisions:

§ 6
PCS. 1. This Act comes into force on 1 August 2009, see. However paragraph. 2-4.
PCS. 2. §§ 13, 13 d, 25, 25 b, 25 f, 34, 35-44, 80, 93, 93a and 109 of the Act on Active Social Policy as amended or worded in § 3, no. 1, 3-8, 10, 12 and 14-18, and the lifting of §§ 38 ae, 40 b and 41 of the Act on active social policy in this Act § 3, no. 9, 11 and 13, and § 4 of this law shall enter into force on 1 October 2009 and apply for people who have failed to fulfill their obligations under §§ 8a, 13 or 13 of the Act on active social Policy after 1 October 2009.
PCS. 3. §§ 29-30 a and 31 of the Integration Act as worded by § 5, no. 5-8, shall enter into force on 1 October 2009 and applies to foreigners who have failed to fulfill their obligations under the Integration Act § § 25 or 25 a after 1 October 2009.
PCS. 4. § 85 paragraph. 1 of the Act on active employment as worded by § 1, no. 25 shall not apply to persons on 1 August 2009, an aggregate unemployment of 13 weeks or more.



Act no. 480 of 12 June 2009 (A reinforced employment efforts to sick leave, etc.) 25) contains the following commencement and transitional provisions:


§ 5
PCS. 1. The Act shall enter into force on 6 July 2009, see. However paragraph. 2-4.
PCS. 2. § 7 c of the Act on sickness benefits as worded by § 1, no. 1, § 1, no. 2-7, 9 and 11, § 15 paragraph. 4, 5 and 7 of the Act on sickness benefits as worded by § 1, no. 10, § 21 paragraph. 5 of the Act on sickness benefits as worded by § 1, no. 13, § 36 paragraph. 3 of the Act on sickness benefits as worded by § 1, no. 18, § 1, no. 19-21, § 53 paragraph. 2, no. 3 of the Act on sickness benefits as worded by § 1, no. 22, § 2, no. 22, § 74 a paragraph. 5 of the Act on Active Social Policy as amended in § 3, no. 3 and § 74 paragraph. 3 of the Act on Active Social Policy as amended in § 3, no. 4, shall enter into force on 5 October 2009.
PCS. 3. § 7 a and § 7b of the Law on sickness benefits as worded by § 1, no. 1, § 15 paragraph. 3 of the Act on sickness benefits as worded by § 1, no. 10, § 1, no. 23-25, and § 3, no. 6-8, shall enter into force on 4 January 2010.
PCS. 4. § 62 paragraph. 3 and 6 of the Act on sickness benefits as worded by § 1, no. 24 and 25, shall enter into force on 4 January 2010. The government pays as of January 4, 2010 65 per cent. of municipal expenditure on sickness benefits in cases where the ill person already offer or are facing gradual return to work. In cases where the employee is partially incapacitated before January 4, 2010, and where the employer does not offer gradual return, the State will 65 per cent. of municipal expenditure on sickness benefits according to § 53 paragraph. 2, no. 3 of the Act on sickness benefits as worded by § 1, no. 22, for up to 13 weeks from the time the municipality has been informed that there will be no gradual return to work. The government pays as of January 4, 2010 65 per cent. of the municipality's costs for unemployment allowance and special benefit if the person is already in the offer.
§ 6
In the period from 1 January 2010 to 31 December 2011 shall be paid for the municipality, notwithstanding the provision in § 62 paragraph. 4, which becomes para. 5 of the Act on sickness benefits.
§ 7
PCS. 1. §§ 7a and 7b of the Law on sickness benefits as worded by § 1, no. 1, applies to employees who begins a sick period January 4, 2010 or later.
PCS. 2. § 7 c of the Act on sickness benefits as worded by § 1, no. 1, applies to insured unemployed, the unemployment fund 5 October 2009 or later filled out a request for sick pay.
PCS. 3. § 13 paragraph. 2 of the Act on sickness benefits as worded by § 1, no. 4, § 74 a paragraph. 5, 2nd paragraph. Of the Act on active social policy as worded by § 3, no. 3 and § 74 paragraph. 3 of the Act on Active Social Policy as amended in § 3, no. 4, shall only apply when the sick leave after commencement of the Act has been to a follow-up discussion under the previous rules.
PCS. 4. § 13 paragraph. 4 of the Act on sickness benefits as worded by § 1, no. 7 apply to sick leave, which is a follow-up interview Oct. 5, 2009 or later.
PCS. 5. § 15 paragraph. 4-6 of the Act on sickness benefits as worded by § 1, no. 10, apply for sick leave, which is a follow-up interview Oct. 5, 2009 or later.
PCS. 6. § 21 of the Law on sickness benefits as worded by § 1, no. 13, applies to persons where sickness benefits lapses 6 July 2009 or later.
PCS. 7. § 25 paragraph. 1 of the Act on sickness benefit as amended in § 1, no. 14, applies to people receiving sickness benefits 6 July 2009 or later.
PCS. 8. § 27 paragraph. 1 pt. 4 of the Law on sickness benefits as worded by § 1, no. 16, applies to people receiving sickness benefits 6 July 2009 or later.
PCS. 9. § 31 of the law on sickness benefits as worded by § 1, n. 17, applies to the illness where the first sick day is the 6th July 2009 or later.
PCS. 10. § 53 paragraph. 2, no. 3 of the Act on sickness benefits as worded by § 1, no. 22, applies to disease where the employer October 5, 2009 or later reports that the company can not offer part-time employment to a sickness benefit eligible employee.



Act no. 483 of 12 December 2009 (Establishment of a unified municipal employment system, etc.) 26) contains the following commencement and transitional provisions:

§ 21
PCS. 1. This Act comes into force on 1 August 2009, see. However paragraph. 2 and 3.

PCS. 2. § 1 pt. 39 and 40, and § 2, no. 2, 45, 48, 50, 51, 65, 79-81, 85-89, 91, 92 and 94 shall enter into force on 1 January 2010.
PCS. 3. § 2, no. 67 and 68, comes into force on 1 January 2010 and applies to persons who have the right and duty to offer after this time.
§ 22
PCS. 1. The municipality takes over from August 1, 2009 state employees, who are exclusively or predominantly engaged in the performance of duties under this Act shall be transferred to the municipality.
PCS. 2. The municipality takes over in addition part of the government employees not covered by paragraph. 1 and not exclusively or predominantly engaged in the performance of duties under this Act shall be transferred to the municipality.
PCS. 3. The rights and obligations arising from the Act on Employees of Undertakings shall apply mutatis mutandis to employees who are employed under a collective agreement or individual agreement and in connection with the transfer in accordance with paragraph. 1 and 2 are not covered by the Act on Employees of Undertakings.
PCS. 4. State officials transferred under paragraph. 1 and 2, shall be employed in the municipality on terms that also corresponds to the old terms. Upon retirement from such employment shall be paid the total civil servant of the municipality.
PCS. 5. The Minister of Finance shall, after consultation with the Interior and Social Affairs and KL (KL) rules on the calculation and distribution of the pension obligation for civil servants transferred under subsection. 1 and 2. The Minister of Finance may also, following negotiations with the Interior and Social Affairs and KL lay down rules on calculation, administration, reimbursement, audit, etc. pensions.
PCS. 6. The Minister of Finance decides on disputes in accordance with paragraph. 5.
PCS. 7. The municipality may from 1 August 2009 to use the lots for which the state of the job center has signed with other players during the national procurement framework implemented by Arbejdsmarkedsstyrelsen or region Directors.
PCS. 8. The state provides for the period from 1 August 2009 to 31 December 2009 grants to municipalities operation of the Employment who are transferred from the state to local per. 1 August 2009, and grants to local authority job under the Act on Active Employment relating to persons covered by § 2, no. 1 of the Act on active employment.
PCS. 9. The subsidy under paragraph. 8 for operation of the employment effort will be paid over the Finance Act § 17:44:04 in the context of the financial Act § § 17:44:03 and 17:44:04 allocated funding.
PCS. 10. The subsidy under paragraph. 8 to employment activities under the Act on Active Employment will be paid over the Finance Act § 17:46:12 in the context of the financial Act § § 17:46:11 and 17:46:12 allocated funding.
PCS. 11. The subsidy under paragraph. 8 to employment activities under the Act on Active Employment may be paid to municipalities from 1 June 2009.
PCS. 12. The Minister for Employment may lay down rules for accounting, auditing, supervision, etc. for state grants to municipalities for the period from 1 August 2009 to 31 December 2009.
PCS. 13. During the transitional period where Arbejdsmarkedsstyrelsens dedicated systems phased out, included data in these systems in § 58 paragraph. 1, the applicable law on Responsibility and Management of the Active Employment said common IT-based data.
Ministry of Employment, July 7, 2009
Inger Støjberg
/ Marie Hansen
Official notes
1) The deployment of § 73 a paragraph. 3, enter into force until 5 October 2009.
2) The amendment of § 85 paragraph. 1 whether the offer will be commenced that time, enter into force until 1 January 2010. Until 1 January 2010, the bid be submitted the relevant time.
3) The amendment of § 87 of the offer will be commenced that time, enter into force until 1 January 2010. Until 1 January 2010, the bid be submitted the relevant time.
4) The amendment of § 88 of the offer will be commenced that time, enter into force until 1 January 2010. Until 1 January 2010, the bid be submitted the relevant time.
5) The amendment of § 89 paragraph. 1-3, to the offer must have started the time, enter into force until 1 January 2010. Until 1 January 2010, the bid be submitted the relevant time.

6) The amendment of § 89 paragraph. 1-3, to the offer must have started the time, enter into force until 1 January 2010. Until 1 January 2010, the bid be submitted the relevant time.
7) The amendment of § 89 paragraph. 1-3, to the offer must have started the time, enter into force until 1 January 2010. Until 1 January 2010, the bid be submitted the relevant time.
8) The repeal of § 90 shall enter into force on 1 January 2009.
9) Amendment Act § 1 relating to § 1 a, § 3, paragraph. 5, § 4 a, heading to § 5, § 5, paragraph. 1, § 7, paragraph. 1, § 8, the heading of § 9, § 9 paragraph. 1-2, § 10 paragraph. 1 and 2, the heading of Chapter 5, § 11, § 12, § 13 paragraph. 1, 2 and 4, § 14 paragraph. 1-3, § 16 paragraph. 2 and 4, § 19, § 21a paragraph. 1, 3 and 5, § 22, stk. 1, § 28 para. 1, § 30 paragraph. 2, § 37 paragraph. 2 and 3, § 49a, § 61 paragraph. 2, § 64 paragraph. 1, § 68 paragraph. 2, § 70 paragraph. 4, § 84, § 91 paragraph. 2, § 97 paragraph. 1, § 98, § 102, paragraph. 1 and 3, § 104, § 105, § 106, paragraph. 1-2, § 107, § 108, § 110, paragraph. 1 and 3, § 112, § 113, paragraph. 1-2, § 114 paragraph. 1, 4 and 6, § 115, paragraph. 2 and 4, § 117, paragraph. 2, § 118, paragraph. 1, § 119, paragraph. 1, 4 and 5, § 125, the title of Chapter 24, § 128, § 129, § 130 and § 131.
10) Amendment Act relating to § 133 paragraph. 5.
11) Amendment Act § 1 concerns the heading of § 21 b, § 21 b, Chapter 9 a § 31a, § 92. 1, § 96 paragraph. 3, Chapter 17a, § 96a, § 118, paragraph. 2 and § 122.
12) Amendment Act § 1 relates to § 63 paragraph. 2, § 64 paragraph. 2-5, § 76 paragraph. 3, § 100, paragraph. 1 and 2, § 118, paragraph. 1, § 119, paragraph. 1 and 2 and § 126.
13) Amendment Act § 1 relates to § 39 paragraph. 1, § 46 paragraph. 1, § 70a, § 71 paragraph. 3, § 72 paragraph. 2, heading before § 73 a, §§ 73 ac, heading before § 74 a, §§ 74 ab, § 75 paragraph. 2, § 82 paragraph. 1, 3 and 5, § 121 paragraph. 2-4 and § 127 paragraph. 1 pt. 2 and 3.
14) Amendment Act § 2 deals with §§ 67 ac, § 91 paragraph. 2 and § 127 paragraph. 1 pt. 2
15) senior job-Act § 18 relates to § 100 paragraph. 1.
16) Amendment Act § 4 concerns § 2, no. 5, § 9 paragraph. 2, § 38 paragraph. 2, § 45 paragraph. 2 and § 71 paragraph. 4.
17) Amendment Act relating to § 51 paragraph. 3, § 56 and § 64 paragraph. 1, 4 and 5.
18) Amendment Act § 3 relates to § 31 a paragraph. 3 and 6.
19) Amendment Act § 1 relates to § 2, no. 7-10, § 3, paragraph. 5-7 Chapter 2 a, §§ 4 b-4 d, § 5, paragraph. 3, § 9 paragraph. 2, § 11 paragraph. 2 and 3, § 14 paragraph. 3 and 4, § 16 paragraph. 1 and 3, § 17 paragraph. 1, § 18 paragraph. 1 and 3, heading before § 19, § 19, § 20, § 21 paragraph. 2, § 21 a paragraph. 1-5, heading before § 21 c, §§ 21 ce, § 29 paragraph. 3-4, § 34, no. 2, § 35, § 36 paragraph. 4 and 6, § 44 paragraph. 1, § 45 paragraph. 1, heading before § 67 d, §§ 67 df, § 70 paragraph. 1, § 73 a paragraph. 2, Chapter 13a, heading before § 75a, § 75 a, heading before § 81a, § 81a, § 84 paragraph. 2, § 85, § 87, § 89 paragraph. 3 and 4, § 90 paragraph. 1, § 90a, heading before § 91a, § 91a, § 91b, § 92. 1, 4 and 5, § 93. 1-2, § 94, § 95, § 96 paragraph. 2-3, heading to § 98, § 98, §§ 98 ab, § 105a, § 118, § 127, paragraph. 1 pt. 2 and 4 and § 133 paragraph. 5.
20) Amendment Act § 22 relates Act § 114 paragraph. 6 and. 16 and § 115 paragraph. 4.
21) Amendment Act § 2 relates Act § 2, no. 6 and § 69 paragraph. 1-3.
22) Amendments Act relates to § 51 paragraph. 2.
23) Amendment Act § 1 relates Act § 3, paragraph. 1, § 21 paragraph. 2, Chapter 8 a, § 26 ab, § 30 paragraph. 1, § 82 paragraph. 1 and 3, § 84 paragraph. 1 and § 132.
24) Amendment Act § 1 relates Act § 4 a paragraph. 3, § 13 paragraph. 2-3, § 14 paragraph. 1, §§ 19 and 20, § 21 paragraph. 1, the heading of § 21 b, § 21 b paragraph. 1-3 and 5, § 22, stk. 3-4, § 27 paragraph. 2-5, § 28 para. 1, § 29 paragraph. 3, § 30 paragraph. 2, § 34, § 36 paragraph. 4 and 5, the heading of § 37, § 37, § 44 paragraph. 1 pt. 2, § 44 paragraph. 3, §§ 85 and 86, § 89, § 91, § 91 b, §§ 92-94, § 96 paragraph. 1 and § 106 paragraph. 2.
25) Amendment Act § 2 relates Act § 2, no. 5, § 3, paragraph. 2 and 4, § 22, stk. 6, § 24 paragraph. 4 and 5, § 26 paragraph. 1 and 2, § 32 paragraph. 2, § 40, § 42 paragraph. 2, § 47, § 51 paragraph. 1 and 2, § 52, no. 1, § 54, § 55, stk. 1 and 6, § 61 paragraph. 1, § 64 paragraph. 6, § 66, § 67, § 73 a paragraph. 3, § 74a, the title of Chapter 14, § 76 paragraph. 3, §§ 78-80, § 82 paragraph. 5, § 101, § 110, paragraph. 1-3, § 118, paragraph. 1, § 119, paragraph. 1-3, § 120, § 121, paragraph. 2 and § 122nd

26) Amendment Act § 2 relates Act § 1 a, § 2, no. 1, § 3, paragraph. 7, § 4 a paragraph. 1, § 4 b, § 4 c, paragraph. 1-3, the title of Chapter 3, § 5, § 6, § 7, paragraph. 1, § 8, the title of Chapter 4, §§ 9 and 10, the heading of Chapter 5, § 11 paragraph. 1-4, § 13 paragraph. 1-4, § 14 paragraph. 1 and 2, § 16 paragraph. 2, § 19 paragraph. 1, § 21a paragraph. 1 and 3, § 21 b paragraph. 1, 2, 3 and 5, heading to § 21 c, § 21, c, d § 21 paragraph. 1 and 2, § 21e paragraph. 2 and 3, § 22, stk. 1, § 23, § 24 paragraph. 1, § 28 para. 3, § 31a paragraph. 1, 3 and 4, § 36 paragraph. 4-6, § 37 paragraph. 2 and 3, § 38 paragraph. 1 and 3, § 44 paragraph. 2, § 45 paragraph. 1, § 51 paragraph. 2, § 64 paragraph. 2 and 3 of Law 67 b, subsection. 1, § 67 e, paragraph. 1, § 69 paragraph. 1 and 3, § 70 paragraph. 1 and 3, § 70 a paragraph. 2, § 71 paragraph. 2 and 3, § 72 paragraph. 1-3, § 73 b paragraph. 4, § 73 c paragraph. 1-4, § 74 paragraph. 1-3, § 75 paragraph. 1, § 75a paragraph. 1 and 5, § 81a paragraph. 1, § 83 paragraph. 1, the heading of Chapter 16, § 84 paragraph. 2, § 85. 1, §§ 87-90, § 90a, § 91, § 96 paragraph. 2, § 97 paragraph. 1, § 98 a paragraph. 1, § 98 paragraph. 4, § 102, paragraph. 1, §§ 104-106, § 109, paragraph. 2 and 3, § 110, paragraph. 1-3 and 5, § 110, paragraph. 5, § 112, § 113, paragraph. 1 and 2, chapter 21, the heading of Chapter 23, §§ 117-117b, § 118, paragraph. 1 and 2, § 121 paragraph. 3, §§ 122-122d, § 127, paragraph. 1 pt. 2 and 5, § 127, paragraph. 3, heading before § 128, § 128, paragraph. 1 and 3, § 131 and § 133 paragraph. 5th