Law Amending The Law On The Ships ' Crew, Law On The Taxation Of Seamen, Seamen's Act On Merchant Shipping, Velfærdsråd And Law On Safety At Sea (Adjustment Of The Option To Permit Ships Registered In The Danish International Ship Register Can Be

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Law on the amendment of the ship of ships, the law on the taxation of seamen, seamen's slope, the Law on the Trade Union's Welfare Council and the law on safety at sea

(Alignment of the possibility of allowing ships registered in the Danish International Ship register to be conducted by a person who does not have Danish registered rights or is covered by the EU/EEA rules on the free movement of persons, the establishment of a foreign tax on certain parts of the Community ; Danish seafarers, financial protection of the seafarers, the implementation of the amendment to the SUA Convention and so on.)

We, by God's grace, the Queen of the Danes, do our thing.

The parliament has adopted the following law, and we know that the following law has been approved by Parliament's consent :

§ 1

Law no. 15 of 13. 1 January 1997 on the crew of ships, as amended, inter alia, in section 2 of Law No 2, 902 of 16. In December 1998 and section 2 of the Law No 1462 of 22. In December 2004 and at the latest at Section 3 of Act 3. 493 of 12. In May 2010, the following change is made :

1. Section 19 (1). TWO, TWO. pkt., ITREAS :

However, the Danish Maritime Service may permit the possibility of departing from the law of non-naturalial rights. `

§ 2

Law no. 386 of 27. May 2005 on the taxation of seafarers (seaman taxing law), as amended by Section 12 of the Act of Law. 521 of 12. In June 2009, the following changes are made :

1. § 3 ITREAS :

" § 3. Persons who, without too limited speed, acquire payroll income at work on board Danish or foreign ships, can deducive from the taxable income deduced from a sum of $56.900 kr. If the ship has a gross tonnage of 500 tonnes or more, frayed after 1. Act. 105,000 shall be curly unless the ship is used for regular passenger navigation between ports in EU Member States.

Paragraph 2. Persons who, without too limited speed, acquire payroll income by working on board on board stoneboats, including sandsuckers who have own propulsion agents and their own cargo hold for the transport of materials from the seabed, which have a gross tonnage of goods On 20 tonnes or more, by deduct the taxable income deduct a amount of 56.900 kr.

Paragraph 3. Where a person has only payroll income as referred to in paragraph 1. Paragraph 1 or paragraph 1. In part of the year, or in the case of employment in part-time, the deducted deducted shall be proportionate. It is a condition of deduction that the preconditions of the person concerned are equivalent to what usually applies to seafarers.

Paragraph 4. Paragracies 1 to 3 shall apply by analoging to the acquisition of wage earnings by work on board ships and installations, which are used in connection with the investigation and extraction of hydrocarbons outside Danish sea territory and in Danish ; continental-scale land, and working on board-training ships, cf. "Maritime training law."

2. I § 15 in section 3, paragraph 1 shall be amended. 1 ' shall be : section 3 (4). One-three-two places.

§ 3

In the seaman's slop, cf. Law Order no. 742 of 18. July 2005, as last amended by Section 3 of Law No 251 of 30. March 2011, the following changes are made :

1. In the heading before section 9 is inserted after "farewell" shall mean "and financial protection for the sole and the most dangerous."

2. Insert after section 10 :

" § 10 a. In order to increase the protection of persons who, as a result of the principal ' s essential non-compliance of their contract of employment, left on a Danish ship or on a foreign ship in the port of Denmark, the Maritime Maritime Service may grant aid to cover expenditure for

1) entertain, including imposition, ensure the safety of heat, electricity, communications, hygiene, etc., until the time of the return journey takes place ; and

2) return home with sub-teams to the extent that this does not comply with other provisions of the law.

Paragraph 2. A special pool of aid shall be allocated, the size of which shall be determined on annual financial laws.

Paragraph 3. The Minister for Economic and Business Affairs may decide that the provisions of paragraph 1 shall be adopted in paragraph 1. 2 the pool shall constitute financial security to cover home travel expenses and so on which are covered by the rules in section 6 (1). 5, section 8, paragraph. Paragraph 1, section 10, paragraph 10. 3, section 11 14, section 18 (2). 2, sections 18 (b), 19 and 30, section 48, paragraph 1. 2, and § 49. "

3. § 63, paragraph TWO, THREE. pkt., ITREAS :

' Is the crime an action covered by Article 3, 3bis, 3ter or 3quates in the UN Convention of 10. March 1988 to combat illegal action against maritime safety as amended and inserted in the Protocol of 1. However, in November 2005 to this Convention, the master may surrender the suspect to the competent authority outside the realm. `

§ 4

Law no. 253 of 25. April 1990 on the VA of the Trade Union, as amended by law no. 212 of 28. March 2001 and Law No 304 of 30. In April 2003, the following changes are made :

1. I Section 1 (1). 2, inserted after "enter" : ", including practical assistance to persons who have been left on ships, cf. § 10 (a) (a) 1, in the seaman's slots `.

2. § 2, 3. and 4. pkt., revoked.

3. Section 4 (4). 5, ITREAS :

" Stop. 5. The VA of the Trade Union shall be accountable to the accounts of the annual accounts bill. `

4. I Section 5 (5). ONE, ONE. pkt., is changed ' to 140 øre per the day " to : 'paid for'.

5. Section 5 (5). ONE, TWO. pkt., is hereby repealed and the following shall be inserted :

' The levy shall be the shipowner and the seafarers with each 70 cents per cent. Day. However, for seafarers registered in the Danish Internationally Shipboard, the shipowner shall pay a charge of 200 cents per Day. "

6. Section 5 (5). 2, revoked.

Paragraph 3 becomes paragraph 3. 2.

§ 5

In the law of maritime safety, cf. Law Order no. 654 of 15. June 2010, as amended by Section 1 of law no. 493 of 12. May 2010 and section 2 of the Law No 251 of 30. March 2011, the following change is made :

1. § 27, paragraph. 3, ITREAS :

" Stop. 3. The Minister for Economic and Business Affairs can grant grants to the work of the Fisheries Agency for the work of the Fisheries Agency, advice, guidance, information, analysis, measurements and other prevention activities. The amount of the amount shall be fixed on annual financial laws. '

§ 6

Paragraph 1. The law shall enter into force on 1. July, 2011, cf. however, paragraph 1 2.

Paragraph 2. The tax minister shall determine the time of entry into force of § 2.

§ 7

The law does not apply to the Faroe Islands and Greenland, but § § 1, 3 and 5 may, by means of a royal appliance, fully or in part, in force for Greenland, with the changes that the Greenland conditions say.

Givet at Christiansborg Castle, the 14th. June 2011

Under Our Royal Hand and Segl


-Brian Mikkelsen