Chapter 1 Kirkebox
Chapter 1 a Gravescrapping budgeting for collection
Chapter 1 (b) Composition of the seamen
Chapter 2 Confederal Fund
Chapter 2 A Provsticommittees and budget committees
Chapter 3 General provisions on the church equation
Chapter 4 State grants
Chapter 5 People's capitaries
Chapter 5 a Board of advice
Chapter 6 Exchange of data between IT systems
Chapter 7 Entry into force and so on.
Publication of the Law of the Church of the People's Economic and Finance
This will be the law of the economy of the people, cf. Law Order no. 560 of 17. June 2009, with the changes resulting from paragraph 2 of Law No 406 of 21. April 2010 and section 2 of the Law No 539 of 26. May 2010.
§ 1. At every parenthosed council, a church box is set up by the church council.
§ 2. The Council of Ministers may, by cemeteries, hold expenditure relating to :
1) soga ' s churn business,
2) the burial creature of the parish,
3) commercial enterprise which is carried out in connection with the church's churn and funeral service, cf. no. 1 and 2,
4) the promotion of the life of the Church of the Provstian,
5) church-general objectives of the meaning of the diocese as a whole,
6) the church service for the members of the people in the country, and
7) person registration
Paragraph 2. The Church of the Church may lay down detailed rules on the congregation of expenditure.
§ 2 a. (Aphat)
§ 2 b. The Church of the Church will manage the parish council through the church register, what happens at church collections. Detailed rules for this shall be laid down by the churchman.
§ 3. The cash register shall be collected, including interest, yield, etc., of the Church's capes, and payment for the use of church and graveyard.
Paragraph 2. Interest, yield, etc. of the capacles of the church and of the renting and operating income of the permanent properties of the clerkoffice shall be included in the collection box.
Paragraph 3. The part of the church's expenditure that cannot be borne by the revenues referred to in paragraph .1 and 2 shall be covered by the equation on the members of the church members of the local authorities.
Chapter 1 a
Gravescrapping budgeting for collection
§ 4. The Provstice Committee shall establish a provisional operating framework for the collection boxes in the propelling and shall communicate to the congregation of the parities. The Provstias Committee may, at the interim framework, reserve an amount of priority for determining the final operating frameworks and fixed appropriations.
Paragraph 2. The tentative advice shall draw up on the basis of the provisional operating framework budget contributions relating to the operating framework, as well as any requests for additional operating costs and facilities. The budget contribution shall specify the positions to which the budget covers.
Paragraph 3. Where there are several congregation in a pastor, the budget contribution and any requests for additional operational expenditure and appropriations for the premises of the premises of the premises shall be drawn up in a joint meeting of the congregation of the parishioners. The meetings of the agreement shall be included in the joint meeting to make an opinion from the Prastemeteries Committee. In the joint meeting, the decision on the budget contribution shall be taken on the permanent properties of the clerus office by the voting majority.
Paragraph 4. Budget contributions, etc., as mentioned in paragraph 1. 2 and 3 shall be submitted to the test committee before one of the provstian committee shall be set by one.
§ 5. The Provstiger Committee shall convene one or two representatives of each congregation of the Provstian for the budget consultation. However, if the provstia consists of two or more municipalities or parts of several municipalities, the budget line shall be separately held for the paroges of the individual local authority. A number of budget consultations may be held.
Paragraph 2. The budget council is public. Confescation of the budget consultation shall be carried out in accordance with the determination of the test committee in a manner that ensures that the public is informed of the holding. The notice shall indicate the issues to be dealt with on the budget consultation.
Paragraph 3. The budget consultation does not have a decision-making authority, cf. however, paragraph 1 4.
Paragraph 4. The meetings of the agreement can be taken at the first budget conciliation meeting after the decision-making in the council of congregation to decide to move the competence of the provolistic committee to the budget council. The decision is binding on the term of office of parenage. The competences of the Provstic Committee and of the Budget Council are laid down in a statute. The budget consultation may take over the competency of the test committee to :
1) Set the overall costs and equation goals in a multi-annual perspective, cf. Section 6 (2). 2.
2) Set them in section 7, paragraph 1. One-two, that is the framework and the appropriations.
3) Set it in section 7 a, paragraph 1. The amount of the amount of the equation for the municipality coffers, unless this is set by a budget committee, cf. § 17 c. In the decision-making budget line fixing the amount of the amount of the equation, section 7 (2) shall be set. FIVE, TWO. ptangle, equivalent use.
Paragraph 5. The budget consultation may decide that the staff meeting is determined by the provstian committee and, in that case, determine guidelines for staff production. The decision shall be taken at the first budget meeting in accordance with the new congregation of the parishioners and is binding on the term of office of the parenage council.
Paragraph 6. The budget consultation may decide to work together in accordance with section 43 (a) (1). One, in the law of the parishionus.
Paragraph 7. When the budget consultation is decided on a change of competences, cf. paragraph 4-5, or on the establishment of cooperation, cf. paragraph 6, the voice of the congregation of the congregation shall be weighted in relation to the number of selected members in the individual council and the decision shall be taken by a qualified majority of 2/3. A cooperation with the propheus as a framework, cf. paragraph 6, shall cease if a subsequent budget consultation is not a qualified majority as referred to in 1. Act. to continue working together. In other decisions, the votes of the voices referred to in 1 am also weighted. and decisions shall be taken by the majority of votes.
Paragraph 8. The church minister may lay down detailed rules on the holding of budgetary consultations.
§ 6. The financial aspects of the budget line are illuminating, as are the objectives of expenditure and equations in a multi-annual perspective. In addition, the pleas of the pleas for new major expenditure will be discussed. The one in two. Act. the discussion must take place on the basis of the submitted budget contributions, cf. Section 4 (4). 2-3.
Paragraph 2. In the light of the one in paragraph 1. ONE, ONE. ., in that discussion, the pro-life objectives for expenditure and the equation set out in a multi-annual perspective would set out the overall objectives of expenditure and equality.
§ 7. After the budget consultation, the Provstia Committee sets the framework allocation for the operating expenses of the church collection and the allocation of the cost of the collection of the collection costs.
Paragraph 2. The Provstice Committee shall lay down the framework authorization for operating expenditure and the appropriation for plant expenditure for the permanent properties of the clerkoffice, where there are several congregation of parishionos.
Paragraph 3. The Meniency Council shall determine, within the framework of the pro-stical Committee, the appropriation and appropriation for the expenditure incurred, cf. paragraph One and two, the budget for the coming financial year.
Paragraph 4. The aid advisability shall lay down the budget within the framework authorization and the appropriation for the fixed properties of the clerkmark, as defined in the profounders committee, cf. paragraph 2. The meetings of the Meniency Councils shall, in the joint meeting, collect an opinion from the Prastegard Committee. In the joint meeting, the decision on the budget contribution shall be taken on the permanent properties of the clerus office by the voting majority.
Paragraph 5. The cheminister may lay down detailed rules on the procedure for setting the framework referred to in paragraph 1. 1 and 2 and on the setting and launching of the provocastic committee of the collection of budgets. The Church of the Church cannot lay down rules on the size of the costs of the church treasuries, or the size of the cep.
§ 7 a. The payment amount for the municipality coffers of the municipality shall be determined by the test committee, cf. however, section 5 (5), 4, and section 17 c-17 d.
Paragraph 2. In the case of the Competing Committee, the determination of the amount of the equation to allocate funds to a reserve of up to 5% of the equation shall be allocated. In the consumption of the reserve, the Provstite Committee has the following year the opportunity to increase the equation for the purpose of the reserve. The reserve may be used to cover unforeseen expenses in the equation area. The Provstic Committee may, by the reserve, provide a liquidity loan with a duration of a maximum of 12 months. The Provstic Committee shall lay down the conditions for the liquidity loan.
Section 7 b. The Provstiser Committee shall ensure that the collection of the collection budget for the coming financial year is in accordance with the framework and appropriations provided for by the Provstian Committee, cf. Section 7 (2). One and two, as well as the pro-level committee, carry out legality checks on the budgets.
§ 8. The financial year for the churchbox is the calendar year.
§ 9. The Menito Council is unaccounted for for the collection of the church. The church minister shall lay down detailed rules on the affixing of the accounts, whether audits and the approval of the accounts of the accounts.
Paragraph 2. The Provstifying Committee may, and in exceptional circumstances, provide for the use of financial assistance to be used in order to organise and dispose of the collection of the collection of the collection of the collection of the collection of the collection and in the case of cashier inspections.
Chapter 1 (b)
Composition of the seamen
§ 9 a. The power of the founder is comprised of the Bishop's bishop and the founder of the founder.
Paragraph 2. The power of the air shall be put together as follows :
1) The power-wrence of the Stift of Copenhagen is comprised of the bishop of the Stift of Copenhagen and the director of the State Administration Capital.
2) The power-wrence of Helsingur Stift is comprised of the Bishop of Helsingur Stift and the director of the State administration capital.
3) The power socket above Roskilde Stift is comprised of the bishop of Roskilde Stift and the director of the State administration Zealand.
4) The power of the Lolland-Falster Stift is comprised of the Bishop of Lolland-Falster's Stift and the Director of the State Department Zealand.
5) The power-wrence of the Lord's Stift is comprised of the bishop above the guy's Stift and the Director of the Federal Republic of South Danpara.
6) The air sea rift above Aalborg Stift consists of the Bishop of Aalborg Stift and the Director of the North Jutland.
7) The air force of Viborg Stift is comprised of the Bishop of the Viborg Stift and the Director of the North Jutland.
8) The power socket over Aarhus Stift is comprised of the Bishop of Aarhus Stift and the Director of the State Department Midtjylland.
9) The power-wrence of Ribe Stift is comprised of the Bishop above Ribe Stift and the director of the State Department Midtjylland.
10) The power-wrence of Haderslev Stift is comprised of the Bishop of Haderslev Stift and the Director of the Confederate Administration of the Confederate State.
§ 10. The Joint Fund is the common molasses of the people of the people. The Joint Foundation shall be supervised by the founder authorities and by an administrative community, as laid down by the church minister and under the responsibility of the churchman.
§ 11. In the case of the joint fund, the expenditure of the national church shall be borne in respect of which they are not covered by § 2, section 17 g (s). 3-6, or section 20, below :
1) Salary, recompense, etcetera to priests and prophets.
2) Expenditure on the level of starch administration, including pensions for former official employees.
3) Pensions to former officials employed in churches.
4) Expenditure for joint IT solutions for people's church.
5) Deposits for the provision of the churchline or partial coverage of expenditure on the training of staff members of the People ' s Church and of persons who want such employment.
6) Deposits for the whole or partial coverage of the costs of special congregation for the churchline or partial coverage of the provisions of the church.
7) The costs of auditing the local church boxes.
8) Equation, cf. Section 13 (1). 1.
9) General subsidies, cf. Section 13 (1). 2.
Paragraph 2. The Community fund may also be charged with the costs of local church activities, including :
1) Insurance and damage expenses.
2) The costs of the specialised experts referred to in the church premises and the cemeteries of Article 8 (3). 2.
3) Expenditure for the special vision referred to in the church buildings and the cemeteries of section 33 of the church.
4) The costs of the expert complicity and registration referred to in the Church of the Church of the Church of the People's Church and the cemeteries of Article 21 (3). Two and three.
Paragraph 3. For the costs of paragraph 1, 2 may, following the clause of the churchline ' s provision, charge whole or partial reimbursement from the Church or Provstian Election Box.
Paragraph 4. Reimbursement in accordance with paragraph 1. 3 of the damage costs, cf. paragraph 2, no. The first of all, however, is that the church minister may decide to include an imposition, so that the overall execution cannot amount to a greater amount than the average annual claim expense.
§ 12. The church minister shall lay down detailed rules on the participation of the people in the middle of work, including the financing of a centralised intermediary undertaking by the joint fund, provided that such activities are not covered by the appropriations ; The Finance Bill. A centralised intermediate council may have representatives of the Church in Greenland. In addition, the Minister may lay down rules on the financing of local coffers to work by the church coffers, cf. Section 2 (2). 1.
§ 12 a. (Aphat)
§ 13. After the church-line provision of the common fund, a compensatory allowance may be granted to reduce the amount of the amount of the same amount in the municipality. The total amount used in this way shall not exceed 120 million. DKK The amount of the amount is regulated once a year from and with 2007 after price and wage development. The church minister shall lay down rules on how the amount is distributed among the municipalities.
Paragraph 2. The provision of the churches shall be granted in general to the provision of a general subsidy for the reduction of the amount of the same amount of information in the municipality. The amount shall be divided between the local authorities according to the same principles, which are used for the distribution of the rural development tax, in accordance with the same principles. Section 15 (3). 4.
§ 14. The Community fund shall be charged with pension contributions from the church treasuries for officials of the official ' s official ' s office. The pension contribution shall be fixed by the church minister.
Paragraph 2. The Community can make up reimbursements for expenditure incurred by the Joint Fund, but pertaining to local church activities.
Paragraph 3. The Joint Fund may be able to rent and operate income in respect of the activities of the Community fund.
Paragraph 4. The part of the Community fund's expenditure that cannot be borne by the income provided for in paragraph 1. 1-3 or of grants from the Treasury, cf. Section 20 (2). Two, covered by a land church treasure, which is the members of the people's church.
§ 14 a. The Joint Fund may borrow money for investment purposes. The Joint Fund may, by the way, be granted loans of not more than 100 million in the case of discards or similar loans. DKK
Paragraph 2. The Joint Fund may include loans for the financing of damage expenditure, which is beyond the amount of the funds provided for damage to the Fund, within a framework of EUR 500 million. DKK
§ 15. The authorities and institutions which are wholly or partially financed by the Joint Fund shall submit proposals for the budget of their revenue and expenditure on the common fund during the following financial year. The proposals shall be submitted to the church minister before any time limit has been set.
Paragraph 2. The Church of the Church establishes the budget of the Community Fund. It cannot be budgeted with total expenditure that is greater than the revenue from the rural development tax, other revenue and, where appropriate, proceeds from previous years.
Paragraph 3. The size of the Church of the Church shall be fixed by the church minister.
Paragraph 4. The distribution of the Church of Agriculture between the municipalities shall be based on the taxable income of the local authorities at the time of distribution, in the case of the taxable persons referred to in the source tax, as referred to in Article 1, as provided for in the source tax dusk; these incomes have been done in the interests of the calculation of final tax. The distribution is disregarded from income related to members of an electoral congregation and people who do not belong to the people of the church.
§ 16. The budget year for the Communities shall be the calendar year.
§ 17. The Church of the Church is counting on the Joint Fund.
Paragraph 2. The Church of the Church sets rules on the financial accounting system of the common fund. In the determination of the rules, the church minister may, in addition to taking account of the security and order of the accounts, take account of the possibilities of providing information for the use of economic planning, management and control.
Paragraph 3. The managements, the administrative community referred to in section 10, and the institutions that are wholly or partly financed by the Joint Fund, shall communicate the information and provide the accountancy material to the church minister, as well as the information and provision of the financial services ; shall be deemed necessary to provide the accounts of the Community fund.
Paragraph 4. The accounting is audited by the National Review.
Chapter 2 A
Provsticommittees and budget committees
§ 17 a. In each prov path, a provsti_selection is selected consisting of the provstones and 4 to 6 selected members.
Paragraph 2. The selection of the provstian committee has the members of the Provstian Council. Priests in papelates, which include several congregation councres in the same prov path, have only one voice and can choose which council they will vote. Includes the parish parenthose parenthosis in more than one prov path, the priest has a voice in every prov path. A representative of a parish council of an electoral congregation shall have the right to vote in the elections, cf. Section 4 of the law of parishionous council.
Paragraph 3. Optional is anyone who satisfies the conditions to be selected for members of a parish council in the Provstiet.
Paragraph 4. Ordinary choice for provdiocommittees should be carried out before the end of March of the year following the taking place of ordinary choice of parishionism. The selection is valid from 1. April, and the action period is four years.
§ 17 b. The Committee on Provstias opts for the chairperson of a President and a Vice-President. The choice shall be made by written vote to the Committee ' s constituent meeting to which the prophesil is called. The selection is effective for the term of the committee. The members of the committee have a duty to accept the choice as Chairman and Vice-President.
Paragraph 2. At the first meeting of the profoundaments committee, the representatives of the enlisted men who have not previously issued a declaration as prescribed in Section 7 of the Law on Congregation's Law, such a statement.
Paragraph 3. The Provstian committee may decide to forgo the chairman ' fee. However, the Honorar may only be attributed to the President, provided that this is a member of the pro-election committee. The Church of the Church may lay down detailed rules on the chairing of the Chairmen.
Paragraph 4. The decisions of the Prop Committee shall be taken in meetings. The Provstier Committee is quorum when at least half of the members are present. Decisions shall be taken by the voting majority.
Paragraph 5. The test appears to be the business-leading Member of the Committee and shall ensure that the decisions taken by the committee are carried out.
Paragraph 6. The meetings of the Provstias Committee are public. The Provstiger Committee may decide that a case should be dealt with in closed doors when necessary or desirable because of the nature of the case. The question of whether a case provides a basis for door closure is negotiated for closed doors, if it is determined by the test committee or the President. The Provstiger Committee may allow persons who are employed by the pro-staff committee to overtake the treatment of matters for closed doors. The Provstian Committee may summon other persons to be subject to a matter for closed doors, when it is desirable for the sake of the case.
Paragraph 7. The Provstian Committee shall adopt its rules of procedure. If there is a difference of opinion on the issue of business, questions on this subject can be submitted to the bishop for a decision.
Paragraph 8. You, in the Law of the Church of Congregation, Section 46, paragraph 1. Paragraph 1, mentioned rules concerning the cancellation and suspension of decisions shall apply by analogous to the decisions of the pro-stifying committee which are contrary to the law. In addition, they are in the law on the parishionous section 46, paragraph 6. 2-5, and Article 48 referred to the imposition of periodic penalties in the case of illegal dispensations, the admission of damages to the courts, the waiver of compensation charges against the payment of the replacement legal penalty and a reduction or, where appropriate, of a reduction in the case of a replacement, the corresponding use shall apply to members of the provstian committee responsible for an omission or to ensure that a church crate or the test case of the provolias is incurred.
Niner. 9. Decisions pursuant to paragraph 1 shall be the exercise of power. 8, 1. pkt., may be submitted by the propellator to the chemo master. Decisions pursuant to paragraph 1 shall be the exercise of power. 8, 2. pkt;, by the members of the profounder committee, may be submitted to the church minister.
§ 17 c. The Committee on Budgets shall be set up if :
1) the municipalities comprise two or more provour paths, each of which has 50% or more of their members of parliament within the municipality, or
2) The municipality includes two or more provour paths, of which at least one has more than 20%, but less than 50% of their population members in the municipality.
Paragraph 2. Committee on Budgets, cf. paragraph 1, no. 1, the prophets of birth and equal members of the elected members of each provstian committee are members of the elected representatives.
Paragraph 3. Committee on Budgets, cf. paragraph 1, no. 2, consist of the tests and at least one selected member from each prov path or part of a prov path. The minimum provpath or part of a provpath has at least one selected member, while other provpaths are represented proportionally in relation to the number of members of the church members in the State of Provce in the municipality. However, the individual provstian selection cannot have more members of the selected members than the number of selected members in the Provstian Committee.
Paragraph 4. The actual number of members from each provstian committee shall be laid down in the Rules Committee. The selected members shall be designated by the provstic committees in the context of their constitutions.
Paragraph 5. One of the tests shall be designated as a business manager and shall ensure the execution of the decisions of the Committee on Budgets.
Paragraph 6. The provisions of section 17 b (b), Paragraph 1 (1). 3, 4 and 4. Six-9 shall apply mutatis muth to the budget committees.
Paragraph 7. If the local authorities are parogling or parts of paroga, which are not in the protrades represented in the Committee on Budgets, the Provstice Committee shall have access to send a representative to the meetings of the Committee of the Committee. The representative has the speech and the motion.
Paragraph 8. The Committee on Budgets establishes the overall amount of the amount of amounts for the municipality coffers of the municipality and to the rates of provocality and the distribution of the corpses between the propators.
§ 17 d. In municipalities comprising several protralitras or parts of several prowths and where the Committee on Budgets is not to be set up pursuant to section 17 c, the total amount of the equation for the municipality crates and distribution between the individual church boxes is fixed ; the prophets of prophets where the majority of the local members of the municipality live. This prophesti is referred to as the body of the equation. The budget consultation in the body of the equation may be able to, pursuant to section 5 (3), 4, decide to take over the one in 1. Act. the competence of the equation for the equation.
Paragraph 2. The parishioners of the municipality, which are not in the body of the equation, have the right to participate in the budget consultation in the equation for the equation. These congregation shall have the same rights and obligations under the discussions of the budget consultations and any decisions concerning the objectives of expenditure and equation, setting of operating frameworks, fixed appropriations and equal amounts in the equation area as : The parishioners ' parishioners.
§ 17 e. In a municipality consisting of two provings, the church minister can approve the choice of one joint provstian committee for the profounders of the municipality instead of two provstiders and a committee on the budget. The Provstiges range is made up of the tests and 4 to 6 selected members. Members are selected for the pros under one.
Paragraph 2. One of the tests shall be designated as a business manager and shall ensure that the decisions of the Committee shall be carried out.
Paragraph 3. The Joint Provstier Committee shall be responsible for all the tasks assigned to the provstian committee.
§ 17 F. The church minister may lay down detailed rules on the selection of committees, the composition of the Committee on Budgets and the business of the provost committee and the Committee on Budgets.
§ 17 g. In the case of each provstian selection, a pro-selection box shall be set up by the provstique committee.
Paragraph 2. Expenditure on the selection of provstiges and to their meetings, including fees to the President, mileatirepayment and allowances to the elected members, and the expenditure of the committees, the office supplies, etc., shall be remitted by the provstian selection box after : The closer determination of the church line.
Paragraph 3. Expenditure for the special auditor works on the local church boxes in addition to those covered by section 11 (1). 1, no. 7, the provstian selection box is reprobed.
Paragraph 4. Costs of cooperation, cf. Section 43 a of the Law of the Church of Congregation shall be remined by the provolito selection box.
Paragraph 5. The costs of participation in the professional committee members in courses, etc., which may be considered to be of relevance to the performance of the profession as a committee member, shall be borne by the provstian selection box. Furthermore, after the determination of the ProvsticSelection Fund, the Provstique Fund may be compensated for the loss of professional profits for the purposes of participation in such courses and so on.
Paragraph 6. Expenditure of the activities of the Committee on Budgets shall be borne by the participating provotees.
Paragraph 7. Deposits to crematoriation in and outside the propellate can be provided by the provstian selection box as specified by the churchline ' s detailed rule.
§ 17 h. The expenditure of the Provstian election is covered by the equation on the members of the church members of the local authorities. Includes the propheus of several municipalities or parts of several municipalities, the cost of the pro-choice box shall be covered by the equation on the members of the local authorities in the municipalities.
Paragraph 2. The Provstique Committee shall draw up annually the budget of the revenue and expenditure of the pro-election year and the expenditure for the following financial year.
Paragraph 3. The percentage of the payment for the test box shall be determined by the provstique committee, cf. however, section 17 c (s), 8.
Paragraph 4. The church minister may lay down detailed rules for the preparation of the budget for the Provstian Election Box.
Paragraph 5. The financial year for the Provstian Election Fund shall be the calendar year.
Paragraph 6. The Provstique Committee shall pay annually for the Provstian Election Box. The church minister shall lay down detailed rules on the admission of accounts, the review and the approval of the accounts for the purposes of the accounts.
General provisions on the church equation
§ 18. The amount of the cash payment to the collection boxes and the provsticators and the members of the church tax shall be imposed on the members of the church group under the same rules, after which the local income tax is replied to to the person concerned, however, that the gland of the body of leagem shall be fixed, with two decimals. The provisions of the laws on local income tax on the distribution of local income tax between the municipalities shall apply mutatis mutes.
Paragraph 2. The intake shall take place during one of the municipalities, whether this includes several parogs.
Paragraph 3. On the equation, apart from members of election congregation.
Paragraph 4. A person shall be exempt from church taxes when it is documented that the person concerned has committed itself to making contributions of at least the same size to a congregation of Danish Church in the country or Dansk Seaman's Church in the country of the Union. alien havens. The Church of the Church may lay down detailed rules on this subject.
Paragraph 5. Includes a parish parts of different municipalities, the equation of the parish shall be divided between them in the same conditions as the scale of the land church, unless otherwise laid down by the church minister. In the same way, the equation shall be kept in the case of the Provstian Selection Box, in the case of the propheus of the propheus of several municipalities.
§ 19. The farmers ' church tax shall be paid to the administrative community referred to in section 10 and shall be paid from here to the level of the market and the institutions wholly or partially financed by the Joint Fund. The collection amount for the collection fees except for the amount of unforeseen expenditure, cf. Section 6 (2). 1, shall be paid to the parishionts. The amount of the amount of the payment for the test amount and the amount to meet contingencies in accordance with the conditions laid down in the case of the pro-choice. Section 6 (2). 1 shall be paid to the professional body of the provoteas.
Paragraph 2. An amount remaining on the account at the end of the accounting year shall be used by the municipalities ' Administrative Board to reduce the following year's equation.
Paragraph 3. The local authority can, with the approval of the pro-committee, provide an advance on the equation for a parish council or advance on the amount of the equation for the following financial year.
20. The costs of the census are to hold the treasury :
1) Payouts, pensions, and other services for the bishops.
2) Pensions and revenues in accordance with the law of official pensions for prophets and vices.
3) The cost of the church operation of Christiansø and the Hirsholmene.
Paragraph 2. The treasury provides more than one annual subsidy to the common Fund equivalent to 40%. of the cost of the joint fund on wages to provings and vices. The number of posts to be financed as mentioned in 1. pkt., shall be determined on the annual financial laws.
Paragraph 3. In addition, the amount of subsidies provided for in the Finance Bill shall be provided, subject to a minimum of 14 million. DKK on a yearly basis, for the restoration of churches and of the historic fixtures of churches, and particularly conservation dignifying tombs.
§ 21. The Council of Ministers shall control the established properties of the church and of the clerks, as laid down by the church minister.
Paragraph 2. The church minister shall lay down detailed rules on the use, the direction and maintenance of the permanent properties of the clerkoffice and so forth, and of the maintenance of sight of them. The exercise of power is appointing buildings consultants in relation to praisefarms and praiseers.
Paragraph 3. The assets of churches and clerks and the purchase and sale of immovable property may only be decided upon by the Church Council and with the approval of the church minister or by the authority of the founder or the provoteal committee.
§ 21 a. The capitaries of the present office shall be transferred to the church and rectory chapter of the parish concerned. If a praiseoffice includes several parogs, the capital of the clerning office shall be apportionated to the capital of the Church and the cleritorem, proportionately after the number of members of the church of the relevant parogs. The same distribution shall apply to the sale of the premises of the pre-office.
§ 21 b. To the church and clerctory chapter, cf. § 21 A, payable provenu, resulting from the sale or other of the rights of the sale.
Paragraph 2. The Church of the Church may lay down rules for the payment of the Church and the clerging office, except for the gravesite capitaries.
§ 22. In the case of agricultural operations as a self-employed person, they are in the law on agricultural end-use provisions relating to the maintenance and operation of agricultural property. The Church of the Church, however, can make the exception of this.
Paragraph 2. Contracts shall be approved by the Provstite Committee.
Chapter 5 a
Board of advice
-23. In each stipup, a foundation of starch shall be reduced. The foundation of the foundation consists of the Bishop of the Foundation, the arson of the foundation, 1 representative of the provings of the foundation, three representatives of the clerking of the foundation, as well as 1 menial representative from each prov. By way of derogation from 1. Act. is selected in Lolland-Falster Stift 2 parishioners from each prov path.
Paragraph 2. Optional to the founding council as the parish representative is anyone who satisfies the conditions of being elected to a member of a parishionus in the profoundastian. Votes have the same people who have been voting for the pro-election committee, with the exception of representatives of electoral condencies.
Paragraph 3. Election bar, as the representative of the proverbians, is all prophets employed in the diocese, apart from the proverbiage of judges. The vote of Valgret has all the prophets employed in the diocese.
Paragraph 4. Election bar, as the representative of the clerks, is all the clerks employed in the diocese. Valgret has all the clerks employed in the diocese.
Paragraph 5. The church minister shall lay down detailed rules on the elections to the founding council, including the organisation of the organisation, implementation and so on.
Paragraph 6. At the first post-office council meeting, the members of the congregation who have not previously issued a declaration as provided for in Section 7 of the Law on Congregation's Law of the Council, shall make such a statement.
Paragraph 7. The foundation of the foundation is a quorum when at least half of the members are present. Decisions shall be taken by the voting majority.
Paragraph 8. The Board of Goveration shall elect its chairman among the parish representatives.
Niner. 9. The bishop is a business manager of the founding council.
Paragraph 10. The air administration shall assist the founding councilor with the taking of the Council's tasks.
Paragraph 11. The Board of Procedure shall adopt its rules of procedure.
§ 23 a. The Council of the Founder of the Council can take a decision, in the interests of the life of the Church, to make a binding contribution from the church treasuries to funding activities in the diocese. The contribution may not exceed 1%. of the local equation in the individual ligaments of the diocese.
Paragraph 2. The contribution shall be made using the decision of the Council of Title and may be used for the following activities :
1) Communication between the diocese, the parishioners and priests.
2) The midling of Christianity.
3) Development projects in the field of education, diaconi, IT, media, church sik and similar, including analyses to prepare such projects.
Paragraph 3. The church minister shall lay down detailed rules on the binding contribution in respect of the budget, accounting and so on.
Paragraph 4. The Council of the Council of Ministers has the task of managing the capitulence of the churches and clerks. Grave capitons shall be paid to the collection boxes according to a serial principle.
Paragraph 5. The church minister shall lay down detailed rules on the management boards of the capital, including on the laying down of accounts, etc. The fees for the management of capital shall be held in accordance with the provisions of the church line, in accordance with the provisions of the church line, of the income of the revenues associated with it ; the capital administration.
Paragraph 6. The founding council shall determine the structure of the foundation and determine whether a separate committee is to be set up for the taking of the intermediate work at the level of the level of the economy.
Exchange of data between IT systems
§ 24. (Aphat)
§ 25. The church minister can lay down rules on common standards for the exchange of data between the IT systems that are used in the church of the people.
SECTION 26. (Aphat)
Entry into force and so on.
§ 27. The law shall enter into force on 1. January 1986.
Paragraph 2. The balance of the balance. 31. December 1985 in the church crates to date, parishioners and pretents must be transferred to each of the members of the European Union. 1. In January 1986, the carcase or the pre-yard box shall be in the case of the Provstique Committee.
Paragraph 3. The following provisions are repealed :
1) Law on the way in which the church is paid and so on, cf. Law Order no. 384 of 25. August 1980, except for the provisions of section 32, section 34 and section 35 (3). 3.
2) § 5, section 7, paragraph. 1, sections 10-11 and § § 13-14 of the board of directors of the board of the churches, cf. Law Order no. 318 of 26. June 1970.
3) Section 13 (1). ONE, TWO. pkt., and section 27 (s). 4, in the previous law of the parishionous council, cf. Law Order no. 136 of 15. April 1980.
§ 28. The law does not apply to the Faroe Islands and Greenland.
Paragraph 2. The law may, by means of a royal device, be put into force on the Faroe Islands with the deviations that the particular ferotable relationships are to say.
Paragraph 1. The law shall enter into force on 1. Feb 2009, cf. however, paragraph 1 2-4.
Paragraph 2. section 21 a and section 21 b, in the Act of the Volunta's economy, which shall be replaced by the section 4 of this Act. Eighteen, enter into force on 1. January, 2010.
Paragraph 3. § 4, no. Paragraph 1 of this Act, Section 1 of the Finance Church economy, as amended by the section 4 of this Act. 3, section 11, paragraph 1. 3 and section 17 b (s), Amendment No 7, on the economics of the Church of the People's Church, which is written in paragraph 4 of this law. 14-15, as well as section 19, in the employment position of the People's Church, and so on, as provided for in the section 5 of this Act of entry into force on 1. In January 2010, with effect on the 2011 budget.
Paragraph 4. (Udelades).
The church minister may lay down detailed rules on the procedure for the transfer of the clerkoffice's captions, cf. § 4, no. Eighteen, as well as rules on the conversion of church districts to parish.
The law shall enter into force on 1. August 2009.
The church minister is proposing a review of the law in the 2012-13 Volkswary.
The law shall enter into force on 1. October 2010.
The law does not apply to the Faroe Islands and Greenland.
The law shall enter into force on the 15th. June 2010.
The law does not apply to the Faroe Islands and Greenland.
The church department, the 31 st. May 2010
Birthe Rønn Hornbech
/ Eva Stilov
1) The section 2 of the amendment relates to section 24.
2) The section 2 of the amendment relates to section 17 g (s). 7.