Ordinance To The Law On Registration Of Wiring Owners

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse af lov om registrering af ledningsejere

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Overview (table of contents) Chapter 1 Chapter 2 purposes of the Act the Act's scope and definitions Chapter 3 obligation and duty to query in ledningsejerregistret etc.

Chapter 4 Administrative rules, fees, secretariat services, etc.

Chapter 5 Penal provisions for entry into force and The full text of the Ordinance of the law on registration of wiring owners

Hereby promulgated law on registration of wiring owners, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 1113 of 22. September 2010 with the changes imposed by § 2 of the law No. 341 of 27. April 2011.

Chapter 1 section 1 purposes of the Act. The law is aimed through the establishment of a ledningsejerregister to reduce the number of injuries on the cords dug into soil or buried in or placed on the seabed within the Danish territorial waters in order to facilitate entrepreneurship and others) 1 studies prior to digging works in the Earth or in the sea floor within the Danish territorial waters, 2) reduce the total costs of injuries and 3) contribute to improving security of supply.

§ 2. The Minister for economic and Business Affairs keeps a register of owners of wires that are dug into soil or buried in or placed on the seabed within the Danish territorial waters. The registry's objective is to make information available to the authorities, companies and individuals about who owns the cords dug into soil or buried in or placed on the seabed within the Danish territorial waters, and to ensure that more detailed information on these wires can be sent.

Chapter 2 the law's scope and definitions 3. The law applies to owners of wires buried in soil and for owners of wires buried in or placed on the seabed within the Danish territorial waters, see. However, paragraphs 2 and 3 and section 4, if the cord 1) form part of a collective network, see. § 5, nr. 1, 2) acts as a plug wire or wire that dissipates effluents or cooling water, etc. for a stream, to a lake or a sea area, or 3) is part of a private, user-driven telecommunications networks, see. § 5, nr. 4, for which the network's owner has an annual income from persons who are not co-owners in excess of 50,000 DKK per year.

(2). Which wires in accordance with paragraph 1 shall not be taken into account sinks wires or wires, which serve for the dewatering of a road.

(3). Which wires in accordance with paragraph 1 shall be taken into account only the parts of the connector wires owned by the supply and distribution companies.

§ 4. Wires owned by the defense and wires located on the property, as the Defense has available over, are not covered by the Act, without prejudice. However, paragraph 2.

(2). The Minister for economic and business affairs, after negotiation with the Defense Minister may lay down special rules for wires owned by the armed forces and for the registration of ledningsejeroplysninger on wires and properties, such as the Ministry of defence has available.

(3). The Minister for economic and business affairs can, after negotiation with the Minister of the Interior and Health Minister and lay down special rules for the registration of ledningsejeroplysninger on wires and properties which the concerned ministries have available above.

§ 5. For the purposes of this law: 1) Collectively net: Catchment, transmission and distribution network consisting of pipes buried in the ground or buried in or placed on the ocean floor, for which for the network as a whole applies to public law rules.

2) Cord: Cables and pipes buried in the ground or buried in or placed on the seabed, which aims to transport communications, data, signals or energy of any kind as well as solid, liquid or gaseous substances of any kind.

3) Plug wire: a wire that connects a consumer to a collective net.

4) Private, user-driven telecommunications networks: a distribution network, which serves for the electronic transfer of telecommunications, data or radio/tv signals to the connected owners, without the existence of a duty to join other users.

5) area of interest: A geographically defined area which includes the relevant wiring owner's wiring, which is dug into soil or buried in or placed on the seabed, established at a distance of at least 1 m from the wire on both sides of this.

6) Piping owner: the person who owns a wire covered by nr. 2. Chapter 3 obligation and duty to query in ledningsejerregistret etc.

§ 6. Any wiring owner that are covered by the law, are obliged to report to in section 7, paragraph 1, the information referred to ledningsejerregistret.

(2). An owner of a collective net must also report the information about the associated plug wires, if they are owned by the network's owner.

(3). The Minister for economic and business affairs may lay down detailed rules on the extent to which other wiring owners than those referred to in paragraph 1 may have access to report information to the register.

§ 7. There are about ledningsejerregistret reported information about 1) wiring the owner's name and, optionally, company registration number, 2 owner's mailing address as well as any wire) electronic mail address, telephone and telefax number, 3) wiring owner's area of interest, see. § 5, nr. 5, as well as 4) supply art.

(2). If there is a change in the facts or found errors in the reported information, the relevant wiring owner duty to within 14 days to make a new notification, so that the register's information increasingly is correct.

(3). The Minister for economic and business affairs shall lay down detailed rules concerning the extent and form of notification, including the manner in which the owner can verify and certify the wire or, if necessary, rectify the register's information. The Minister for economic and business affairs in connection with the establishment of the register shall lay down deadlines for the timely transmission of information for those in article 6, paragraph 1, referred to tap owners.

§ 8. Any of the law covered wiring owner who receives the request for wiring information, as soon as possible and not later than 5 business days after the query is received, submit the necessary wiring information to the requester or agree with this on the detection on the spot. Saturdays, Constitution Day, the 24. December and 31 December. December is not considered working days for the purpose of calculating the time limit. The Minister for economic and business affairs may lay down detailed rules on wiring owners ' transmission of wiring information, including what information should appear on the submitted material.

§ 9. Anyone who professionally carry out digging work, must obtain information from ledningsejerregistret on the wiring owners who own the wires in the graves area. The necessary wiring information must be obtained before excavation work begins, and the excavation work must be organised and carried out taking into account the information obtained.

(2). The Minister for economic and business affairs may lay down rules on exemption for query the obligation under paragraph 1.

(3). Anyone who digs on land outside the roads, owned by the actor himself, is exempt from the dig to query in ledningsejerregistret, when this as the owner already has knowledge of the overhead bin.

(4). Companies or individuals can make the request referred to in paragraph 1, in connection with a digging work or for use in any other lawful purposes.

(5). Anyone who to use for a digging work queries ledningsejerregistret, jf. (1) prior to the query must identify themselves and give information about the excavation work, including whether the proposed geographical extent and digging period. The Minister for economic and business affairs shall lay down detailed rules on the subject.

(6). Anyone who queries at ledningsejerregistret, receiving acknowledgement of the query.

Chapter 4 Administrative rules, fees, secretariat services, etc.

§ 10. The Minister for economic and business affairs oversees the register and shall draw up detailed rules for 1) use of the register, including the conditions of access to the register, 2) registry's services towards users, 3) the transmission of register data to other than those referred to in article 9, paragraphs 1 and 4, said users as well as the use, storage and deletion) and (4) the formats that apply to the information that are passed from the register.

(2). The Minister for economic and business affairs is the data responsible authority.

section 10 (a). The Minister for economic and business affairs may lay down rules to the effect that the Minister, the Minister authorizes it, or from the Secretariat, see. § 13, can issue documents according to this law without signature, with power-or similarly reproduced signature or using a technique that ensures unique identification of the issuing document. Such documents shall be treated as documents with personal signature.

(2). The Minister for economic and business affairs may lay down rules to the effect that the documents, which are exclusively issued on the basis of electronic data processing, may be issued only with the indication of the Minister, the Minister has authorized to issue such documents, or the Secretariat of the basic regulation. section 13, as the sender.

(3). A digital message is considered to be reached when it is available to the addressee of the message.

§ 11. The Minister for economic and business affairs may lay down rules on the payment of users ' access to the register, including to cover the costs of the registry's administration, operation and maintenance and supervision in connection with the law. That can be fixed including rules requiring that the cost of the registry's administration, operation and maintenance are paid for by the industry associations, etc.

(2). The Minister for economic and business affairs may lay down rules to the effect that the billing for the use of the register must be done digitally.


(3). To be paid a fee of 75 DKK for reminders for payment in accordance with paragraph 2.

(4). The amount in paragraph 3 will be adjusted every 1 January. January after developments in Statistics Denmark's net price indices in a 12-month period ending in October the year before the year in which the regulation relates. Regulation shall be carried out for the first time the 1. January 2009. The amount is rounded to the nearest whole Crown amount.

§ 12. The Minister for economic and business affairs may lay down detailed rules on payment for services which users request in connection with secretarial support from the Secretariat referred to in section 13 of the reporting in section 7, paragraph 1, the information referred to, including that invoicing shall be done digitally.

§ 13. Which shall be a secretariat to ledningsejerregistret in order to carry out the day-to-day administration, etc.

(2). The Minister for economic and business affairs may provide that the whole or in part, be entrusted to a private company to act as secretariat for the ledningsejerregistret, including carry out operational tasks. The Minister for economic and business affairs shall conclude the necessary agreements to this effect.

(3). Assign the Minister for economic and business affairs of its powers under this Act to an agency under the Ministry of economic and business affairs, the Minister may lay down rules on access to justice, including the appeal cannot be brought before another administrative authority.

Chapter 5 Penal-and effective provisions § 14. Unless a higher penalty is inflicted upon the rest of the legislation, is punishable by a fine anyone who intentionally or grossly negligently fails to provide information to the register or give off false information and thereby violates section 6, see. section 7, paragraphs 1 and 2.

(2). In the regulations of the Minister for economic and business affairs shall be drawn up in accordance with the law, can be fixed penalty of fine for intentional or grossly negligent violation of the provisions of the legislation.

(3). That can be imposed on companies, etc. (legal persons) criminal liability in accordance with the provisions of the criminal code 5. Chapter.

§ 15. The law shall enter into force on the 1. March 2004, see. However, paragraphs 2 and 3.

(2). Section 6 comes into force on the 1. March 2005.

(3). Section 9 shall enter into force on the 1. September 2005.

§ 16. The law does not apply to Greenland and the Faroe Islands.

Act No. 112 of 26. February 20081) includes the following entry-into-force provisions

§ 2 the law shall enter into force on the 1. March 2008.

Act No. 1274 by 16. December 20092) includes the following entry-into-force provisions

§ 2 the law shall enter into force on the 1. September 2010 Act No. 341 of 27. April 20113) includes the following entry-into-force provision

§ 18 of the Act shall enter into force on the 1. May 2011, see. However, paragraph 2.

(2). (omitted)

Economic and business affairs, the 6. June 2011 Brian M/Finn Lauritzen Official notes 1) Amendment relates to section 8, section 9, paragraph 1, and section 11.

2 Amendment) relates to sections 1-3, § 5, section 8, section 9, section 10, paragraph 1, and article 11, paragraph 4.

3 Amendment relates to paragraph 10 (a)), article 11, paragraphs 1 to 4, and article 12.