Ordinance On The Registration Of Wiring Owners

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om registrering af ledningsejere

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Overview (table of contents)



Chapter 1



Ledningsejerregistret





Chapter 2



Obligation to report to ledningsejerregistret





Chapter 3



Query in ledningsejerregistret





Chapter 4



Transmission of wiring information





Chapter 5



Criminal and commencement provisions



The full text of the Ordinance for the registration of wiring owners

Under section 4, paragraphs 2 and 3, article 7, paragraph 3, article 8, article 9, paragraphs 2 and 5, section 10, paragraph 1, article 11, paragraphs 1 and 2, section 13, paragraph 2, and section 14, paragraph 2, of the law on registration of wiring owners, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 578 of 6. June 2011, fixed: Chapter 1 section 1 Ledningsejerregistret. The Ministry for town, housing and rural areas maintain a register of owners of wires that are dug into soil or buried in or placed on the seabed within the Danish territorial waters. Ledningsejerregistrets's purpose 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 to dig the actors.

(2). The day-to-day administration of ledningsejerregistret is carried out by the Secretariat of ledningsejerregistret (CLAY-Secretariat), see. Consolidated Act on the registration of wiring owners, section 13, paragraph 1.

Chapter 2 section 2 of the Reporting duty of ledningsejerregistret. Owners of wires, which are covered by article 3, paragraph 1, of the law on registration of wiring owners have a duty to carry out reporting to ledningsejerregistret according to the rules laid down in this chapter.

§ 3. The Ministry of defence-owned wires, which are located on the property, which the Ministry of defence has available over, are not covered by the reporting obligation.

(2). The ledningsejeroplysninger referred to in article 6 shall be reported for cables owned by other than the Ministry of defence, when the wires are located on the property, which the Ministry of defence has available over, unless the special public protection considerations militate against such an alert.

(3). Wiring owners must report the ledningsejeroplysninger referred to in article 6 for wiring, rented by the Ministry of defence, unless the special public protection considerations militate against such an alert.

(4). The Defense Minister may order wiring owners to refrain from reporting under paragraph 2 or paragraph 3 or to delete already reported information, if the special public protection grounds.

§ 4. The ledningsejeroplysninger referred to in article 6 shall be reported for the wires, as interior and Health Ministry or the Ministry of Justice has the availability of, and for wires located on properties, as these authorities have available over, unless the special public protection considerations militate against such an alert. Ministry of the Interior and health and National Commissioner may order wiring owners to refrain from reporting or to delete already reported information, if the special public protection grounds.

(2). In special cases, the Ministry of the Interior and health or National Commissioner instead of injunctive relief pursuant to paragraphs 1, 2. paragraph, request the Ministry for town, housing and rural areas to delete the reported information in the ledningsejerregistret, if the special public protection grounds. Ministry of the Interior and health and National Commissioner must at the same time as the request to the Ministry for urban, residential and rural areas give notice to circuit owner thereof.

§ 5. By properties and wires, as referred to in § 3 and § 4 said authorities have available over, understood properties and wires that are either owned or rented by these authorities.

§ 6. Wiring owners must report information about ledningsejerregistret to: 1) tap the name of the owner and, where appropriate, VAT number, 2 owner's mailing address as well as possibly the wiring) electronic mail address, telephone and fax numbers, 3) wiring owner's area of interest, see. § 7 and 4) supply art.

§ 7. Wiring owners must specify one or more geographical areas of interest, which includes the relevant wiring owner buried wires. An area of interest to be determined at a distance of at least 1 m from the wire on both sides of this.

§ 8. Reporting to the ledningsejerregistret must be done via the Internet. Reporting should follow the instructions on the ledningsejerregistrets website on the Internet and follow the specified format.

(2). When reporting via the Internet must tap the owner identify themselves through the use of digital signature with a level of safety equal to or higher than OCES standard.

(3). Any person who shall report to ledningsejerregistret, they will receive when they reported information is approved and released in the register, a receipt as proof that there has been reporting to the register.

(4). Reporting in accordance with paragraph 1 may be carried out either by wiring the owner himself or with the assistance of the Secretariat, within the meaning of clay. law on registration of wiring owners, section 13, paragraph 1, or of any other party, the offering such assistance.

§ 9. Information that is reported to ledningsejerregistret, can be used in accordance with the registry's purpose, see. § 1 and § 2 of the law on registration of wiring owners.

Time limits for reporting and duty to update



§ 10. Wiring owners must carry out reporting, so that the information referred to in section 6 is registered in ledningsejerregistret by 1. September 2005, or within 14 days after the owner has been wiring covered by the reporting obligation.

§ 11. Wiring owners have a duty to update to ledningsejerregistret reported information. Wiring owners must update the information as soon as possible and no later than 14 days after that there is a change in the facts or found errors in the reported information.

Chapter 3 Query in ledningsejerregistret § 12. Anyone who professionally carry out digging work, that is to say physical work that may damage wires buried in the soil or wires buried in or placed on the seabed, including the shooting of wires, drilling holes through the Earth, grubning or pile of pipes, Poles, pegs or spear, after the law on registration of wiring owners, § 9, paragraph 1, 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, see. However, paragraphs 2 and 3.

(2). Excluded from that query in ledningsejerregistret are any graves actor performing excavation work: 1) on land outside the roads, owned by digging the operator even when digging the operator has knowledge of the pair; location on land, or 2) on land outside public road space or land zoned for private fællesvej when there are no graves deeper than 40 cm below ground.

(3). Query in ledningsejerregistret must, by following the digging work, spoon before digging aktørens first digging work on the land, while digging aktørens subsequent digs do not require additional queries: 1) Digging works, such as digging the operator carries out as part of the exploitation of a mining permit to dig on land, which is zoned for mining exploration and mining and quarrying.

2) Digging work on cemeteries owned by digging the actor.

§ 13. Dig actors pursuant to § 12, are required to query in ledningsejerregistret, in the context of the query must record the following information: 1) name and registration number, 2) mailing address and, if appropriate, electronic mail address and telephone number in the nr. 1 dig player, 3) dig the nature, 4) the planned geographical extent of excavation work, and 5) the planned start and end time for the excavation work.

(2). Digging players who voluntarily queries in ledningsejerregistret, in the context of the query must record the following information: 1) name and social security number, mailing address, and possibly 2) electronic mail address and telephone number in the nr. 1 dig player, 3) dig the nature, 4) the planned geographical extent of excavation work, and 5) the planned start and end time for the excavation work.

General provisions on request, payment provisions, etc.



§ 14. Query in ledningsejerregistret must be done via the Internet and must follow the instructions on the ledningsejerregistrets website.

(2). Upon request the requester must identify themselves via the Internet through the use of digital signature with a level of safety equal to or higher than OCES standard.

(3). Anyone who carries out query in ledningsejerregistret, receive a receipt for the query.

(4). Query can either be carried out in accordance with paragraph 1 of the requester himself or with the assistance of CLAY-Secretariat or from any other party, the offering such assistance.

§ 15. Upon request in the ledningsejerregistret pay the party pursuant to paragraph 12 has a duty to inquire, or the party queries on a voluntary basis pursuant to article 9, paragraph 4, a fee of DKK 0.03 (2013-level) per commenced square meters covered by your query, see. However, paragraph 5 and § 16.

(2). The fee for queries in ledningsejerregistret can not exceed 100,000 KR. (2013-level) per calendar year per query.

(3). A query must, as a minimum, cover 1 square meter.


(4). The fee is payable quarterly in arrears. Exceeded the time limit for payment, a reminder fee of 75 DKK (2008-level) per 30254 relating to payment in accordance with paragraph 1.

(5). Who can charge queried 10 m2 per calendar year.

(6). The fee for queries in ledningsejerregistret, that total is less than 100 € per calendar year per query, is not charged.

(7). The amounts referred to in paragraphs 1 to 2 and 4 will be adjusted each year on 1 July. 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. The amount referred to in paragraph 1 shall be rounded off to the nearest price endings, and the amount referred to in paragraph 2, rounded to the nearest penny amount divisible by 1000, while the amount referred to in paragraph 4 shall be rounded to the nearest whole Crown amount.

(8). Invoices shall be sent digitally either as electronic mail services and on other digital show.

(9). Invoices can in exceptional cases be sent as paper invoices by prior approval of the Ledningsejerregistrets Secretariat.

Paragraph 10. Anyone who queries the Ledningsejerregistret, is obliged to herein to register an electronic mail address for the reception of electronically submitted invoices.

§ 16. Query in ledningsejerregistret can be carried out free of charge, when the contents are used solely in connection with: 1) research or statistical tasks, or 2) public authorities ' administrative tasks, including planning or the procedure of the boards referred to in article 6. However, paragraph 2.

(2). Public authorities covered by the provision in section 12 (1), notwithstanding paragraph 1, no. (2) of this section to pay the fee in accordance with § 15.

Chapter 4 transmission of wiring information § 17. One of the § 2 subject wiring owner who through ledningsejerregistret receives 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.

(2). Transmission by wire information can be achieved by wiring the owner shall forward a link to a digital service, where the requester can retrieve the requested wiring information specific to the current query.

(3). The supplied wiring information must have a content and a quality, so they are immediately usable by the excavation work.

Chapter 5 Penal-and effective provisions § 18. Unless a higher penalty is inflicted for other legislation, is punishable by a fine the intentionally or grossly negligently: 1) violates section 2, § 3, paragraph 2-3, § 4, paragraph 1, 1st paragraph, §§ 6-7, sections 10-13 and section 17, or 2) fails to comply with orders issued pursuant to section 3 (4) and section 4 (1), (2). PT.

(2). Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph 1 be punished dig actors not to fail to inquire under section 12, paragraph 1, when excavation work is done in the context of urgent repair works, and who carried out an inquiry as soon as possible, stating that the excavation work has already taken place because of the urgent repair works.

(3). That can be imposed on companies, etc. (legal persons) criminal liability according to the rules laid down in the Penal Code Chapter 5.

§ 19. The notice shall enter into force on the 1. January 2013.

(2). At the same time repealed Executive Order No. 278 of 31. March 2011 for registration of wiring owners.

The Ministry for town, housing and rural areas, the 25. October 2012 P.M.V. Christian Lützen/Henrik Ravn Inventory