Ordinance On The Registration Of Paternity In The Context Of The Review Of The Child's Birth

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om registrering af faderskabet i forbindelse med anmeldelse af barnets fødsel

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Overview (table of contents) Chapter 1 Chapter 2 the scope of the Competence of the Executive order to register paternity Chapter 3 Registration of paternity Chapter 4 entry into force The full text of the Ordinance for the registration of paternity in the context of the review of the child's birth

Under section 33 (1) and (2) of the child law, see. Act No. 460 of 7. June 2001, as amended by Act No. 542 of 24. June 2005, lays down: Chapter 1 scope § 1 of the Executive order. This Ordinance shall apply to the registration of paternity in connection with the notification of the birth of a child when the birth takes place in Denmark.

Chapter 2 jurisdiction to register paternity section 2. Paternity shall be recorded by the master in the parish to which the rule of the child's birth shall be notified, without prejudice. However, paragraph 2.

(2). In the South Jutland regions recorded paternity, however, of the rule of the master in the municipality to which the child's birth must be notified.

Chapter 3 Registration of paternity section 3. Registration of paternity can be done on the basis of the information in the notification of birth.

(2). Paternity must be recorded in accordance with the children's Act section 2, paragraph 1, should be a care and responsibility declaration shall be submitted to the rule of the master.

(3). Paternity must be recorded in accordance with the children's Act section 2, paragraph 2, to be a statement about the registration of paternity shall be submitted to the rule of the master.

(4). Paternity must be recorded in accordance with the children's section 3, proof of recognition of paternity (care and responsibility declaration, or paternity recognition) is submitted to the rule of the master.

(5). Parents who are born in Denmark before 1960 or were born abroad must submit a birth certificate or birth and name and birth certificate to the rule of the master. A mother whose marital status is changed by a foreign authority, must submit evidence of this to the rule of the master.

(6). The rule of the master may impose on parents before a time limit, to submit other documentation than that referred to in paragraphs 2 to 5.

§ 4. Care and responsibility declaration made on a form approved by the Department of family affairs. The midwife or the physician shall provide the form to the unmarried mother.

(2). Care and responsibility declaration must be signed by the parents personally. Parents ' signatures and the dateringens veracity must be certified by a lawyer or two witnesses. This is not required, if the Declaration is issued by personally meeting the rule of the driver or is delivered by personal appearance in the State administration before the birth of the child.

(3). If the rule of the master does not receive the care and responsibility declaration in connection with the registration of the birth of the child, to the rule of the master refer parents to the State administration for the purpose of recognition of paternity.

§ 5. Declaration for registration of paternity is issued on a form approved by the Department of family affairs. The midwife or the physician shall provide the form to the unmarried mother.

(2). Declaration for registration of paternity must be signed by the parents personally. Parents ' signatures and the dateringens veracity must be certified by a lawyer or two witnesses. This is not required, if the Declaration is issued by personally meeting the rule of the master.

(3). If the rule of the master does not receive the care and responsibility declaration in connection with the registration of the birth of the child, to the rule of the master refer parents to the State administration for the purpose of recognition of paternity.

§ 6. Are the conditions in sections 1-3 of the Children Act satisfied, the rule of the master record fatherhood.

(2). Registration of paternity is in accordance with the rules laid down by the Church Ministry about listing in the register person.

(3). When registration of the husband's paternity is made, a copy of the notification form will be sent to the husband or his estate.

(4). A copy of the care and responsibility declaration handed over to the parents after registration. The original shall be kept in official archives in 30 years.

(5). A copy of the Declaration of registration of paternity shall be handed over to the parents after registration. The original shall be kept in official archives in 30 years.

§ 7. The rule of the master sends copy of birth papers for State administration, within whose territory the birth is registered, if: 1) conditions to register paternity in child law § § 1-3 are not fulfilled, 2) the conditions set out in sections 3 and 4 of this Ordinance are not fulfilled, 3) there is doubt whether the conditions laid down in order to register paternity are fulfilled, or 4) paternity of a child born to an unmarried woman, moreover, cannot be registered.

Chapter 4 the date of entry into force of § 8. The notice shall enter into force on the 1. April 2011.

(2). The Ordinance shall apply to the processing of paternity cases relating to children who are born on 1. July 2002 or later.

(3). Executive Order No. 451 of 13. June 2002 on the registration of paternity in the context of the review of the child's birth shall be repealed.

The Ministry of Justice, the 16. March 2011 Lars Barfoed/Trine Heath